In the lush forests that are on both parts of the Amazon there is a Native American tribe so isolated from the modern world that it has preserved over time almost entirely ancestral customs. Yanomamo Indigenous people have become the most studied people by modern anthropologists.
One of their rituals that wake creeps into our bodies is made after the death of a member. Yanomamo burn the corpses, crush the bones and mix them with rest of the ashes. Mixture is eaten by relatives of the deceased and then the ash vessels are destroyed. Yanomamo believe that death is determined by shamans of other tribes, so after these rituals usually begins bloody battles.