People crowd the streets during Dia de Muertos festivities in Mexico City

During the Day of the Dead festivals that occur in late October and early November in Mexico,

the living recall and honor their lost kindred, yet with festivity — not distress

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researchers said of the Nov. 1 festival of "Día de los Muertos," or "Day of the Dead

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It is trusted that during the Day of the Dead — or Dia de Muertos — they can cooperative with their departed friends and family.

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Nobody knows when the principal recognition occurred, yet it is established in farming related convictions from Mexico's pre-Hispanic time, said Andres Medina

 a specialist at the Anthropological Exploration Foundation of the Public Independent College of Mexico.

"In that folklore, the corn is covered when it's planted and has an underground existence for a period to later return as a plant," Medina said. The grain of corn is viewed as a seed, 

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Today, skeletons are key to Day of the Dead festivals, representing an arrival of the unresolved issues living world. Like seeds established under soil

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