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The Firewalkers of Fiji

The Fijian island of Beqa is renowned for its firewalkers. A pit is filled with burning logs and stones and it is so hot that spectators have to stand at least 30 ft. away.
The priest and his chelas walks across this fiery path, barefoot. They claim they feel no pain. Doctors who have examined their feet after they have walked across, say their soles are not burnt and retain their normal sensitivity.
Firewalking is also practised in parts of Sri Lanka.

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