Losing someone thаt іѕ very dear and close to you can be very painful, but Mexican believes that souls do not die but live in Mictlan, a special place of rest as such death was considered a "higher level" of life and was embraced rather than feared. Dia de Los Muertos or Day of the Dead was originally an Aztec celebration is a very important holiday in the Mexican culture. The Day of the dead used to be spiritual, intense vigil connecting the souls of the living and the dead
Skull symbol isn't just for Halloween or Day of the dead anymore! Because in recent year, we see the skull symbol emblazoned on everything we look ranging from Images of skulls kids clothes, teen jackets, and adult jeans, in any American mall, youth specialty store or discount store, hence, one can see its image in many forms. Jewelry, jackets, tee-shirts and other apparel sparkling with rhinestone or other artistic depictions.