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Top 15 Most Famous Ghost Pictures Ever Taken ~ Damn Cool Pictures

Top 15 Most Famous Ghost Pictures Ever Taken ~ Damn Cool Pictures | Photographing Gods and Ghost | Scoop.it
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This websites tells about the protographers how they take  the photos and ghosts that are in this picture. Although we don't know whether it's true that they really took the photos but it seems like all these photos taken are true?

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Legend | Nine Emperor Gods 九皇大帝

Legend | Nine Emperor Gods 九皇大帝 | Photographing Gods and Ghost | Scoop.it
Legend of the Nine Emperor Gods The Nine Emperor Gods (called “Jiu Wang Ye 九王爷” in Singapore and Malaysia) actually refer to the Jiu Huang Da Di
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This information also tells about how Singapore and Malaysia also practice events like this and doing things that are pretty similar to how Taiwan celebrates their festivals.

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Hungry Ghost Festival - YourSingapore.com

Hungry Ghost Festival - YourSingapore.com | Photographing Gods and Ghost | Scoop.it
Every year the Chinese in Singapore observe a large-scale tradition of paying respects to the dead. Enjoy the traditional rituals and customs, like the boisterous getai performances in the heartlands, a significant aspect of this cultural festival.
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In Singapore, the tradition of most chinese that will be involve in this festival to respect the dead is the "Hungry Ghost Festival" where we will burn money paper and other items and pray for them.

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Wang Ye worship - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Wang Ye worship - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The customary belief is that Wang Ye, or Wang Yeh ( Chinese: 王爺; pinyin: Wángyé; literally "royal lord"), are divine emissaries who tour the world of the living on behalf of the celestial realm, expelling disease and evil from those who worship them.

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It talks about the famous festival that is held in Taiwan every year where the 1,000-year-old tradition of buring money paper and boats to bring peace and wealth.

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