Ancestral Veneration: Honouring the Dead Across Cultures

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Ancestor veneration is one of the oldest spiritual practices on the planet. Time honoured traditions of venerating and remembering those who have come before us, the dead and the long forgotten span across pre-colonial spiritual practices, seep into neo pseudo religious cult, saint followings and nearly every known culture across the globe. It is based on holding remembrance, love and deep respect for those in our blood line and inner circles.  In this talk we explore what it means to honour or venerate one’s ancestors. Past and present ancestral traditions including the building of altars, research into family genealogy and the excavation of spiritual practices previously suppressed. We will look into death rites and practices and how these can inform our own relationship to death and the already deceased.


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SKU: Ancestral Veneration: Honouring the Dead Across Cultures Categories: Philosophy and spirituality, Subculture


Speaker: Jordana Belaiche

Jordana Belaiche is a writer, director and dramaturg based in London. Her work centres on class and gender, she has a love of folklore, witchcraft and the occult and is well versed in all things uncanny. She is the author of two full length plays and several short stories.

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