Ancient Madagascan Ritual called Famadihana causing Black Plague to Spread

Famadihana is a funerary tradition of the Malagasy people in Madagascar. Known as the turning of the bones, people bring forth the bodies of their ancestors from the family crypts and rewrap them in fresh cloth, then dance with the corpses around the tomb to live music. Source: Wikipedia

Plague is spreading because relatives are digging up their Black Death dead and DANCING with the corpses

Update 11-1-17: Health officials warn Black Death pandemic could explode

Madagascans have been told to stop the traditional practice of Famadihana – which sees locals dig up deceased relatives and dance with them before they are re-buried.

Madagascans have been told to stop the traditional practice of Famadihana – which sees locals dig up deceased relatives and dance with them before they are re-buried.

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