Santa Compaña

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A supernatural procession but of hunters here that take souls to hell. Probably celtic, as in Galicia. Ancient Origins has been quoted by:. By bringing together top experts and authors, this archaeology website explores lost civilizations, examines sacred writings, tours ancient places, investigates ancient discoveries and questions mysterious happenings.

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Categories :. Estos motivos pueden ser:. De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre. Este aviso fue puesto el 20 de agosto de The procession ends before daybreak and the living leader of the procession returns to his bed with no memory of what occurred the next morning but feeling very tired and weary as though he did not get adequate rest.

He can only be freed of the curse if he manages to come across another person during the procession to carry the cross or the cauldron or both , as the curse will be passed onto that person. It is said that if the curse leader does not pass the curse onto another person in a matter of weeks, he will eventually grow pale, thin and sickly and eventually die and the curse will be passed onto another parishioner that will unknowingly receive the curse. The person leading the procession can be a man or a woman—this all depends on whether the patron saint of the parish is male or female.

Own course of Asturias and Galicia, the legend has the appearance of a row of ghostly hooded men whose function is none other than visiting or put on notice of a future death. In them the appearance of a group of dead or lost souls dressed in robes browser, on horseback and accompanied by sniffer dogs mentioned. Like the Procession of Souls , his act of presence was synonymous with tragedies, as indicated by several authors throughout the eleventh and twelfth centuries in their writings.

Although people who have witnessed their appearance abound, the legend known to all notable for how and why, these being primarily responsible for respect breathe at the thought of coming across the parade spectral characteristics.

Next to this, followed by several masked men in a perfect row that is accompanied by songs and prayers. Monday 4 May Tuesday 5 May Wednesday 6 May Thursday 7 May Friday 8 May Saturday 9 May Sunday 10 May Monday 11 May Tuesday 12 May Wednesday 13 May Thursday 14 May Friday 15 May Saturday 16 May Sunday 17 May Monday 18 May Tuesday 19 May Wednesday 20 May Thursday 21 May Friday 22 May Saturday 23 May Sunday 24 May Monday 25 May Tuesday 26 May Wednesday 27 May Thursday 28 May Friday 29 May Saturday 30 May Sunday 31 May Monday 1 June Tuesday 2 June Thursday 4 June Friday 5 June Saturday 6 June Sunday 7 June Monday 8 June

The Santa Compaña has a lot of different descriptions, however, the most popular and extended image is a procession of the dead or souls in torment that appears at night crossing the path of some concrete parish in barefoot and wearing white cloaks, this procession is formed by two lines and every member has a candle (or a bone in fire.

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  1. The Santa Compaña appears headed by a living person, a mortal who in his hands leads from a cross, through a cauldron with water according to witnesses. Next to this, followed by several masked men in a perfect row that is accompanied by songs and prayers. Carrying a candle and a small bell, the Santa Compaña will kick off the march at night.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Digipak CD release of A Santa Compaña on Discogs.5/5(6).
  3. A Santa Compaña é unha procesión de mortos ou ánimas en pena que percorren os camiños dunha sputexovalcyde.sadoubmiveversreciperlozacansign.coátase dun tema do folclore galego.O tema das procesións de mortos e/ou de ánimas é propio da literatura e das tradicións culturais da Europa occidental dende a Idade Media.A zona xeográfica "galega" na que a Santa Compaña influíu máis notoriamente considérase que é o.
  4. La Santa Compaña es una leyenda popular de Galicia [1] y el noroeste de la península ibérica, sobre una procesión de á misma leyenda, con variantes, está también presente en la mitología asturiana (donde es conocida como la Güestia), y en zonas como León (provincias de Zamora, León y Salamanca) y Extremadura, norte de Portugal, así como en otras zonas de Castilla, bajo la.
  5. La santa Compaña, cuarto volumen antropológico-cultural sobre Galicia, aborda el fascinante laberinto mítico-creencial del occidente rural gallego. Mundo extraño, inquietante y misterioso en el que el medio geográfico, personas, instituciones y formas de vida tocadas por la varita mágica de la imaginación y de la creatividad cultural.
  6. Por lo tanto, los orígenes del mito de la Santa Compaña podrían estar emparentados con esta misma época, pero con el tiempo y los cambios culturales este mito fue mutando hasta convertirse en una procesión de hombres que, sin atacar ni causar estragos, anunciaban la muerte con su presencia. 2. La aparición de la Santa Compaña.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Santa Compaña on Discogs/5.
  8. Oct 29,  · Modern-day sightings of the Santa Compaña, or “Holy Company” are now rare but were more common in the late colonial period through the 19 th Century. Also known as La Güestia, La Estadea, La Estatinga or La Pantaruxada, among other names, the legend tells of a procession of figures hooded in white, sometimes two rows, sometimes in single.
  9. The Santa Compaña ("Holy Company") is a deep-rooted mythical belief in rural northwest of Iberia: Galicia, Asturias and Northern Portugal. It is also known under the names of "Estadea", "Estantiga'" (estantigua in Spanish, from Latin hostis antiquus, meaning "ancient host"), "Rolda", "As da.

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