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Would you build your home on native burial ground?
06-23-2014, 01:43 PM #16
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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It is interesting to learn of this specific native peoples afterlife beliefs:

In this study, we interpret three primary customary laws that Hul’qumi’num people associate with the protection of their archaeological heritage: 1) Only persons with the inherited right and ritual knowledge may care for the remains of the deceased Ancestors and their belongings; 2) It is prohibited to physically disturb any land containing ancient human remains and their belongings; 3) It is prescribed that persons avoid physical contact with the spirits of the deceased, their skeletal remains, belongings, and burial grounds. These customary laws are based upon maintaining principles of respect and reciprocity of relations between the Living and the Ancestors. To contravene these customary laws and upset the balance between the Dead and the Living worlds is understood in Hul’qumi’num culture to bear mortal consequences for the Living, whether through retribution by poor fortune, illness, paralysis or death.

http://www.hulquminum.bc.ca/pubs/McLay_e...estors.pdf

So, my question is: Will the driving in of the stilts (poles) into the ground actually disturb the graves and or burial ground? Or, will they be using some sort of sonar ground mapping to determine where to dig that won't disturb any remains or a burial area?
06-23-2014, 02:24 PM #17
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Not only are there countless trampled and desecrated and built upon Native American burial grounds torn asunder all over everywhere around here where I have always lived there was also a King Philips War > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King_Philip%27s_War fought between Indians and European settlers waged exactly in this area and many early towns still in existence today were burned and destroyed and I don't think its a coincidence that the large area around here known as the Bridgewater Triangle > http://www.paranormal-encyclopedia.com/b...-triangle/ is one of the strangest and most haunted places anywhere on earth with all sorts of paranormal phenomena witnessed and experienced for hundreds of years >



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