10/29/17 Nin Babeau – Day of the Dead
There is a special energy about this time of the year. According to myth, the veil between the world of the living and that of the dead is thinnest. At this time, many cultures commune with loved ones who have passed beyond the veil. In Mexico, to honor the dead, people bring food and instruments to the cemetery for a night of singing and music to celebrate lost loves. We will bring pictures and objects to honor those who have passed over. Nin Bebeau will lead this simple celebration.
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