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These Spine Chilling Traditions Will Scare You. Beware!!

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Some customs and traditions do exist in this world that we really can’t believe. It is horrific and these happen in real life not in any horror film.

Hold your breath!!

 

1. A Bullet Ant Glove Ritual In Brazil

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We know white gloves but this bullet ant glove is different. In order to prove their manhood, Amazonian tribe boys have to wear bullet ant glove’woven mitt on their hand which consists of venomous ants.

Not believable? See this

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Gloves are filled with these venomous ants.

Also read Shocking Ritual Around the World

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 2. Piercing Cheeks And Body with Spears

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More than a million Hindus celebrate the colorful Thaipusam festival which is an offering to the deity Murugan in Malaysia Batu Caves.

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They show their devotion by piercing their bodies and cheeks with long skewers and by bearing the elaborately decorated home-made frames called ‘kavadi’.

3. Night Hunting Ritual

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This tradition is seen in Bhutan and it is called Bomena where young men go out in the night and break into the houses where young girls reside and they spend the night with them. If that person is caught, he has to marry that girl.

Really? Is this tradition?What about that girl?

4. Eating Ash Ritual To Save Soul

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In Yanomami, if someone dies, the person body is burned and then the ash is blended in a plantain soup. This soup must be drunk by dead person’s family member. It is believed that the spirit of the dead person will live this way forever.

Bizarre!!

Also read Mother feet cleaning ritual in Indonesia 

5. Tooth File For Marriage

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Women in Bali, Indonesia have to get their teeth filed before marriage. It is believed that smooth teeth control evil emotions.

6. Throwing Baby From Top Of The Roo

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This ritual is carried by Muslims in some villages of Maharashtra and Karnataka, India where a newborn baby is thrown off from a 50ft high from the roof of a temple to bring them good luck and relatives below the roof catches the baby with a cloth.

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What  kind of good luck? What if, if some head injury occurs by accident?

Aren’t you feeling WTF?

Pavani Bharathula
I am Pavani, stands for highly deterministic, self-motivator, highly individual, independent and bold person; like to inspire and motivate people through my writings and speeches.

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