Tag Archives: reincarnation


Moroccan: Tino Moths and Rebirth

Informant (AH) Is a 22 Year old USC Narrative Studies student interested in user research for games, we traded stories over a podcast we record together. ——————————————————————————————————————— Interviewer(MW): You said you had folklore from your grandmother? AH: Yeah, so my grandma is from morocco, there’s a lot of folklore culturey stuff and I didn’t realize… Continue Reading »

Haitian Reincarnation

Context/Background: The informant’s parents are from Haiti which holds positive beliefs towards reincarnation. One particular encounter sticks with them within this belief. Informant: [Face-to-Face conversation] “So, my family- or I think Haitian people in general just believe that if someone is born the day someone dies, the person who dies- their spirit goes inside the new… Continue Reading »

Commonplace Reincarnation

During high-school, my dad studied abroad in Brazil for a year. He stayed with a family of Lebanese, Druze immigrants who showed him both Brazilian and Lebanese traditions, and always included him in everything. Growing up, I heard tons of stories from his time there. The Brazilian stories were relatively tame – beaches, clubs, schools,… Continue Reading »

reincarnation

The following story is collected from my friend. He is from U.S.A. This interview is done face-to-face. “A” refers to me, the collector. And “B” refers to the participant. A: “Did you experience anything you would explain as supernatural?   B: “I can’t remember now but I know something happened to my best friend.”  … Continue Reading »