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Mictecacihuatl Known as the Mistress of Bones and the Lady of the Dead, she is the Queen of Mictlan, the Aztec Underworld, who still presides over today’s Day of the Dead rituals. Sometimes known now as La Huesuda, she brings peace and joy to the spirits of the deceased, and blesses the living who do honor to those who have passed before them. - All things Mexico.

Common Misconceptions About the Day of the Dead Celebrations. 8. It is not a “strange” ritual. It is very similar to going to a grave and leaving flowers or stuffed animals, lighting a candle to remember the defunct.

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Celebramos orgullosamente nuestro “Día de Muertos”

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Day of the Dead Mini Cakes - Flowers are thought to attract souls on this ritual holiday, celebrated October 31 through November 2. Here, Wilton Roses in five shades crown a stand-up skull cake baked in our Dimensions 3-D Mini Skull Pan.

Mictecacihuatl. Known as the Mistress of Bones and the Lady of the Dead, she is the Queen of Mictlan, the Aztec Underworld, who still presides over today’s Day of the Dead rituals

Reminds me of a family trip to Costa Rica, and Mom insisting we go to the butterfly farm. You were right, Mom! http://www.ddfolkart.com/images/logoindex2.jpg

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Video: Day of the Dead in Oaxaca

Video Day of the Dead in Oaxaca - Great short video by Bob Krist of National Geographic Traveler in Travel Shots