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Cavalier Thai head shaven before surgery ceremonies | News 11 members of the soccer crew who have been saved from a cavern in the north of Thailand have taken their first step to be ordained a Buddhist novice, a sign in honor of those who have participated in their salvation. Juveniles between 11 and 16 years of age will be living in a buddhistic sanctuary for nine nights, just as long as they were imprisoned in the Tham Luang Caves in Chiang Rai before being spotted by a diving group.

Her trainer, Ekapol Chanthawong, who has been a Buddhist vice for a ten-year period, is becoming monasticized. The 14-year-old Adul Sam-on, one of the young men, is not ordinated because he is a Christian. Young people' homes had committed to ordaining wild boars to thank them for their salvation and to show tribute to the Thai seal Saman Kunan, who was killed in the bailout.

Thousands of locals attended the ceremony to show solidarity to the group whose salvation enchanted audiences around the know. Approximately 200 persons had assembled in the synagogue by the afternoons, when the priests were shaving the young boys' and their trainer's minds in order to prepare for their Ordination on Wednesday.

In Thailand, buddhistic men are usually asked to join the monastic community, often as a novice, to show sometime in their life gratefulness, often to their family. Once an individual is ordained they are assumed to earn merits that are expanded to include their family. These guys will give their services to the memorial of Saman.

On Wednesday the ceremonies take place in another sanctuary on a Chiang Rai mountain peak before the group will return to Wat Pha That Doi Wao, near the north Myanmar boarder, for more than a weeks. It is located near the houses of the group, which makes it easy for your friend or relative to use it.

Rescuing the guys and their trainer ended on July 10 after a gathering of scuba diver, speleologists, navy seals and volonteers from all over the globe to help them. Recently the young described how they had drank some of the waters from the cavern wall to live and had tried to excavate themselves after being caught in the cavern when it was inundated by the rain of the monsoons.

The young people have been at home since they were released from hospitals on Tuesday. Thailand's Thai goverment has banned the use of the press for 30-day speeches.

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