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27 minutes ago, EnigmaticWorld said:

 

That's understandable. The fear of being buried alive and burned alive is pretty equal for me personally. Maybe it's genetic memory or something as it turned out that I have an ancestor that was burned at the stake when my Grandfather researched our family tree.

Yeah, they are both horrible options but I guess that's just how it is. ?

 

Interesting. That makes sense. 

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2 hours ago, Kala Namak said:

 The best way is to give the cells time to die a natural death so that they can live their full normal life span. The best way is to let the body slowly dry out, for in this way the cells will have time to die a natural death. As the average life span of a cell is about three months, the cells can live on...


The worst possible way of disposing of a dead body is cremation. During cremation the healthy cells that are still very much alive in the body are exposed to a horrible death. 

 

From what I read it took 3 months for the body to decompose enough for the spirit to leave - if my memory serves me correctly.

 

Also I've wondered if primitive peoples knew more about it as they seem to use cremation more than burial.

 

Guess its back to the drawing board then, maybe cremation is not the way to go.

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Just now, pi3141 said:

 

From what I read it took 3 months for the body to decompose enough for the spirit to leave - if my memory serves me correctly.

 

Also I've wondered if primitive peoples knew more about it as they seem to use cremation more than burial.

 

Guess its back to the drawing board then, maybe cremation is not the way to go.

The body is active after death in that the body goes through the process of decomposition. All physical sensation is brain related and if the brain stem shows no activity then how can the body react to pain?

 

There are also various subtle bodies that have different decomposition rates. The etheric double remains close to the body but its just a fine shell, not the person. 

 

If all this is so bad then you have to consider why Egyptian elite went through mummification, having their brain and other organs removed for preservation.

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13 minutes ago, Asmallperson said:

The body is active after death in that the body goes through the process of decomposition. All physical sensation is brain related and if the brain stem shows no activity then how can the body react to pain?

 

Consultant pain doctors (who are usually also or closely connected to anaesthesists)   freely  admit that the workings of the brain and nervous system and the pain pathways are virtually unknown to them. They know by trial and error what can affect them. But they don't understand it

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14 minutes ago, kj35 said:

Consultant pain doctors (who are usually also or closely connected to anaesthesists)   freely  admit that the workings of the brain and nervous system and the pain pathways are virtually unknown to them. They know by trial and error what can affect them. But they don't understand it

Nobody knows everything. Trial and error is how knowledge is generally advanced. Its not like that are nazi doctors who carry out surgery without pain relief or try bone grafts on victims to see what will work.

 

How many people here think this life/ body is just an illusion and yet people are afraid to donate organs from this 'fake' body?

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23 hours ago, Basket Case said:


lf it meant taking the organ from a live person who was fully aware and could feel the pain of the operation because they get no anesthetic, only a paralysis drug (as repeatedly explained in great detail by ink in several posts), then no.

From your comments after inks posts l see that you're either callous, stupid or lazy. IE:

You don't care about the implications of the info.
You cannot comprehend the info.
You didn't read all the info.

Which is it ? :classic_dry:

 

'Episode 77' tells me what he is. :classic_wink:

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24 minutes ago, Asmallperson said:

 Its not like that are nazi doctors who carry out surgery without pain relief or try bone grafts on victims to see what will work.

 

Victims? What like alive dead people you mean ?

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3 hours ago, pi3141 said:

Now the only decision is whether or not to be cremated or be buried and rot away. I've read cremation releases the spirit quicker.

 

I believe that is correct. According to an ex-mortician who is into occult and the ancient Egypt....she said not to get embalmed if possible. Embalming will delay the decomposition process.

She said having studied many funeral trandition around the world (a part of her certification), embalming is the polar opposite of what the ancient Egyptian did. She said she would get cremated. We are energy and we don't die but transformed from one form to the other and burning is the quickest transmutation process than decomposition. It's all alchemy guys.

 

Now interestingly, I was speaking to a retired neighbour and we were talking about the virus, death etc...

He knew of the connection between freemason and Zionists trying to control the world and would refuse vaccine....nothing I said was questionable to him so we were on the same level though he probably wouldn't know who DI is.

 

I said to him that I didn't want to come back and asked how can we make sure? He reckons that through our DNA that we leave in this world that we'd come back and that kind of made sense to me. DNA is a portal to your ancestor...they live in you and you are connected to all knowledge and historical memory. Hair and bones governed by planet Saturn don't decompose well. When a body is cremated, you leave no DNA. He said that the DNA buried in the ground, which is an energy, essence of you will be taken up by plants, animals and eventually eaten by a pregnant woman who will consume milk, meat etc.... then your essense is reborn again. Whether that is true...but worth considering. He comes from a country cremation is the main method.

 

So things are more complicated than just dying folks. Start a good relationship with Mr or Mrs death now and ask for a peaceful death so that they don't have to open you up, steal and embalm your body.

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Cremation or burial is really down to personal belief. People who believe in the physical resurrection get buried, though I doubt it would matter if organs have been removed for if got get restore their bodies to living condition then surely he can fashion new organs.

 

There are methods like sky burial too. In sky burial bodies are cut up and the flesh fed to vultures. Sometimes the bones are used for crafting items as the physical remains are regarded as useless to the spirit.

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40 minutes ago, Asmallperson said:

The nazi doctors carried out a lot of painful operations on living prisoners.

yes they did.

I agree.

It's a horrible topic. There will be people who disagree, but it's not a subject for me personally that I think is helpful to drag up.

I also before -  I read the stuff Ink re posted (I'd read it on the old forum) - was an ardent believer in organ donation.

 

Not now though.

 

Have opted out, just seeing how the hospitals in America are pushed to call pneumonia deaths covid by financial pressure I am utterly convinced the same financial pressure will be placed on organ harvesters. Me personally, couldn't care less if I died tomorrow, I'd be sad for my family but for me I am ok with going. So I have nothing personally to lose, but I would rather go on my terms and as painlessly as possible. If not, it's temporary the pain will pass.

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