7 days agoThe Witching hour in India is one of the most important rituals in Hinduism, and one of its most important components is the gathering of the dead.
There are three types of ceremonies in the Hindu tradition, and all three require the cremation of the body of the deceased.
In the first, the dead person is buried in a graveyard, while in the second, the person is made into a witch and given the task of transforming their spirit into a ghost.
In each of these two types of ceremony, the deceased is either given a name, or they are transformed into a demon, a spirit animal, or a monster.
In a third form of the ceremony, a witch takes on the form of a human, but this is done to make the deceased look more human in appearance.
The last type of ritual involves the burning of the corpse of the person who has died.
The most famous form of Witching in India dates back to the 14th century, and it is still performed in the city of Lucknow.
This ceremony was first observed in the 16th century and is considered the most popular one in the country.
In order to perform this ceremony, two different kinds of fire are lit at different times of the day.
The first kind is set in a central spot and burns a candle, while the second is set at a distance and fires a match.
The person in the first place who wishes to become a witch must find a dead person, but the person in question is not required to be a witch.
Instead, the name of the departed person must be inscribed in a candle’s wax.
The person in turn is required to burn a match to the wax and then the person must say the name inscribed on the candle.
The dead person must then return to life.
If the deceased dies while being burned, then the candle is lit in the house of the witch, and the deceased remains for a long time in the candle’s flames.
The candle must burn for seven days, during which time the person cannot eat, drink or smoke.
At the end of the seven days of Witchning, the witch who burns the corpse must be able to make a pact with the person she burned.
If she can make the pact with him, the ghost of the murdered person can return to the person, who is supposed to make her a new witch.
If he can’t, then he is sent back to life, but he must make the next pact with a new dead person.
The deceased is then returned to the witch and must burn another candle to complete the pact.
For the second kind of ritual, the candle burns for seven nights, during these days the deceased must eat, breathe and sleep.
During the seven nights of the ritual, a small amount of blood must be spilled.
If any of these events occurs during the seventh night of Witchening, the Witch is killed.
If this happens, the candles burning on the seven night ritual must be extinguished.
Finally, during the seven-day ritual, there are certain rites in which the witch must eat or drink in a special way.
This ritual is called the Vaisakhi or Moksha and is done in a place called the mausoleum.
One of the key rituals in this ceremony is the burning off of the eyes.
For this ritual, an eye is placed in the mau mausome, and then a small piece of the candle burnt in the eye is set on fire.
The ashes fall on the ground, and this process is repeated until all the ashes are collected.
After the ashes have been collected, the eyes are set on a stake and the witch is asked to make up her mind about whether or not she will burn the eye of the one who has made her vow of sacrifice.
If yes, the eye will burn.
If no, then she will remain in the darkness for seven years.
When the witch in question reaches the age of 90, she is allowed to take a vow of death and make a new vow of not burning the eyes of the ones who have killed her, for the sake of saving the world from her evil deeds.
However, if the witch chooses to burn the eyes instead, then no new vow will be made.
If it is discovered that the eyes were burned before the witch had made up her decision, then this could lead to the death penalty for the witch.