People at the “Dog of the Temple” believed that the former country was a nobleman with a strong old artistry
“Dog of the Temple” (24 January 64) Surrentine County press reports that at the end of the Blessed Village, Luguched County, Buched County… Suriname has about 300 villagers gathering for a funeral that may look like a simple funeral, but strangely enough,
the fact that in the coffin where the people are doing the funeral is a dog named Fatty
8 years old, sick, so the people can see an eight-poster burial.
In the ceremony
the villagers and the weeklies arranged the ceremony as usual, starting last night, there was a moral ceremony.
Until this afternoon
there will be a funeral for the fat man or the fat man who died on
17 January 64 The ceremony allowed the villagers to attend the ceremony of laying the moonflower
removing the broom cloth, and then burning the dog in the final order
which, after that, would gather the dog bones for the ceremony again on Tuesday morning.
On the side of the village
the village priest says that the animal burial ritual acts like
a man who has been bunched and dedicated to charity
The cost of the ritual was a sacrifice
and the eight-year-old fatso was a dog of the priest who lived in the village priesthood
who died sick by his stepfather, but was very small and had a love and bond
and slept together, so they wanted to perform the funeral properly, so they decided to do it this time.
The reporter also asked about the baby frame attached to the Thai costume. What’s with the funeral today?
Is it true that it is the belief of this community that someone
in the community dreamt that in the past the fat man
was a baron with an old craftsmanship but cheated him in the past,
and then died a dog that fit the dream of being born a fat man who was the father’s pet? When the fat man died
the villagers came to the funeral, as if to burn all men for the comfort of the community
so that the souls of the dead could continue to rise.
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