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When most people think of ancestors, they think of their human lineage.
We take that a bit deeper.
As I explain in "Bones",our ancestors are not limited to our human relations, but all genetic relations...and we go way back.

We see ancestors in all things. Everything feeds one into another.
We acheive symbiotic relationships that are genetically hardwired into our ecosystem and into ourselves.

We do not worship the ancestors; we honor them. We work with them through ourselves and our environment.
Some call this "veneration". We just call it family.
We are nature.

This is a multi-faceted work which connects every aspect of our craft, from bone work to paranormal work...and yes, ghosts are a very big part of
our necromantic majiks.

Appalachian Hungry Ghost Festival

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