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Here, Living With Dead Bodies for Weeks—Or Years—Is Tradition | National Geographic

Here, Living With Dead Bodies for Weeks—Or Years—Is Tradition | National Geographic

On the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, the Torajan people believe that a person is not truly dead until water buffalo have been sacrificed at their funeral, serving ...

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4 Torajan death rituals that are out of the world | D/CODE

4 Torajan death rituals that are out of the world | D/CODE

Living with the dead: How Torajans celebrate death and afterlife Warning: The following video contains mature content and controversial subject matters. Viewer ...

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Living with the dead in Indonesia - BBC News

Living with the dead in Indonesia - BBC News

Tradition and ritual - they form part of many important stages of our lives from birth until death, with ceremonies marking both the beginning and end of life. Death ...

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Family Keeps Corpse in House | National Geographic

Family Keeps Corpse in House | National Geographic

Many people in the Indonesian village of Toraja believe the soul doesn't leave the body until a funeral is held. Until a family can afford a worthy sendoff, the ...

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Here, Living With Dead Bodies for Weeks—Or Years—Is Tradition | National Geographic #124

Here, Living With Dead Bodies for Weeks—Or Years—Is Tradition | National Geographic #124

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Here, Living With Dead Bodies for Weeks—Or Years—Is Tradition | National Geographic

Here, Living With Dead Bodies for Weeks—Or Years—Is Tradition | National Geographic

This upload is 100% Non Profit. On the Indonesian island of Sulawesi, the Torajan people believe that a person is not truly dead until water buffalo have been ...

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I See Dead People | Explorer

I See Dead People | Explorer

In the village of Toraja, when a family member dies, they remain in the household for months—sometimes years—receiving daily care and greetings from loved ...

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Indonesia's Toraja community honour their dead relatives in the Manene festival

Indonesia's Toraja community honour their dead relatives in the Manene festival

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Scarification | National Geographic

Scarification | National Geographic

In Benin, painful cutting and scarring of the skin leaves interesting patterns that signify adulthood. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe ...

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Ma'nene Torajan's Unique Tradition

Ma'nene Torajan's Unique Tradition

Ma'nene Toraja tribe is a tribe that settled in the mountains of northern part of South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Its population is estimated to be about 1 million people, ...

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Welcome to the Body Farm | Explorer

Welcome to the Body Farm | Explorer

Francesca Fiorentini goes to the Texas State University Forensic Anthropology Research Facility to see how donated bodies help solve crimes. ➡ Subscribe: ...

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Dead body found from the grave it's not decomposed after ten years in Indonesia

Dead body found from the grave it's not decomposed after ten years in Indonesia

Imam samudera born in 14 January 1969 at kampung lopanggede, serang. Died 9 October 2008 .His dead body not degraded In order to increase the width of ...

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The Walking Dead In Reality: The Rituals of Toraja

The Walking Dead In Reality: The Rituals of Toraja

Source: http://www.odditycentral.com/pics/the-creepy-walking-dead-of-tana-toraja.html Origin: Myth / Toraja ---------------...

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Fasting to Death Taboo Video National Geographic Channel1

Fasting to Death   Taboo Video   National Geographic Channel1

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Here, Living With Dead Bodies for Weeks—Or Years—Is Tradition | National Geographic

Here, Living With Dead Bodies for Weeks—Or Years—Is Tradition | National Geographic

These people in Indonesia dig up their dead every year or so and redress them, bathe them and groom them and then on top of that they walk the dead through .

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