circumcision

Unusual religious rituals of peace

In every religion and culture is something that other people find strange traditions or rites of passage, but for the true believers, these rituals are quite acceptable. In Christianity, Judaism and Islam, there are ceremonies and practices, marking important life events: birth, marriage, coming of age and death; and many of these ceremonies may seem very unusual for the ignorant. Under such rituals implied figurative eating of flesh and blood (communion), surgical operation with babies and children (circumcision) or the restoration of sight or hearing or touch (faith healing). Throughout the world there are religious practices that seem to be just another wild and believers consider it normal.

Pierce his skin thick hooks in dedication, to throw the baby to a height of 50 feet, that it was healthy, to sprinkle his car with Holy water and ovesight flowers – many people find it strange religious customs. But who says they are even more strange than familiar religious traditions in the Western world? Here are some unusual religious rituals in the world – from the rite of passage to rituals for wealth and luck.

Extreme body piercing

During the celebration of a religious festival Thaipusam Hindu world Express their commitment to God Murugan, piercing Continue reading

The Most unusual festivals of the world
Each country has its own holidays and traditions, sometimes very bizarre! I would like to share with You the most, in my opinion, the brightest of them. Monkey Banquet (Monkey…

Continue reading →

Famous and tremendous carnivals planet
The noise, the fun, crazy colorful outfits, dancing, insanely beautiful and breathtaking carnivals attract tourists from different corners of the earth. It's worth seeing. Brazilian carnival A significant figure of…

Continue reading →

The feast of the brightest planets
Brazilian carnival – probably the most bright and colorful holiday, which ever saw the world Extravaganza of colors, bright colors, gorgeous costumes, beautiful people, fiery Latin rhythms – that was…

Continue reading →