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EBfPnzUfbD0e I can top the lying in a coffin tale. First, some conextt: in Malaysia, among the Malays, there is a strong belief in the supernatural, stemming from the traditional pre-Islamic animistic roots of the people here, coupled with Islam's view of the other world inhabited by djinns. When someone is believed to be hounded by some sort of hereditary ghost/guardian/spirit, or wants to be rid of such and entity (there are a lot of things passed down, generation to generation ), the way to go about it is to go through burial rites. Thing is, Muslim burial rites involve being wrapped from head to toe in a 7-yard long white cloth! And you are then brought out into the jungle, somewhere you are to remain undisturbed, for (I think three days?!), no food no water, all to fool the entity/ies into thinking you are dead. Then the bomoh (medicine man) comes to get you and releases you from the cloth, nd there you are, reborn!No, I've not gone through this. But I have heard about it, and someone I know peripherally claimed to have gone through that experience.*lynne*’s last blog post..Open invitation for Guest Bloggers! k8v2Z6jF
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