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    Mummification Essay

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    A Step-by-Step Guide to Mummification Introduction The guide will be most useful to anyone wanting to invest their time into a career as an Anubis priest or an embalmer. It will also have a specific relevance to novice embalmers. This manual will goes through the guidelines and process that is involved with mummification. By familiarizing workers with this manual it allows for a higher level of precision and understanding when preparing our figures for dead. Uniform As a priest you are expected to wear a jackal head whilst performing these ceremonies. This action is done in respect to Anubis, the god of embalming. Anubis will be always watching, Just as he did with the embalming of Osiris after he was killed by Seth. Embalming First, you…

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    resources after depleting an area. With a higher density of edible flora in an area, a group could stay extended periods of time with excess of food. This sedentism gave groups a resource they had scarcely had before; free time. This newfound time coincided with the evolution of highly ritualistic mortuary practices, occult religions, and ceremonialism (North American Archeologist). In other parts of the world mortuary practices had just taken the largest step in the history of the field.…

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    the funeral home, and discreetly unloaded the descendent. Shortly after, the service ended, and the procession left the funeral home, the call I was dreading came in. The toddler had been released and was ready for pick-up. I made the trip to Fort Wayne for the second time within twenty-four hours. This time I found my mind was blank, and I did not mind that. I made it to the morgue with no issues, and little traffic. Once again the security guard was speechless. I signed the necessary paper…

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    It cannot save people money if they buy caskets online from other companies. The price from other companies costs a bit more than the funeral homes cheapest price for a casket. The simplest form of a green burial is an all-natural casket made of wood without any metal. It doesn’t require bombing. Another form of a green burial is the tree casket. Basically, the body is cremated and placed inside an urn with a seed (“Biodegradable Urn with Seed”). That seed can then grow into a tree with the…

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    Funeral Observation

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    an unfortunate yet inevitable part of our lives. We are forced to deal with the loss of loved ones until the day that we pass away. During these times of grief there is someone there to attempt to relieve some of the burden that comes with this loss, and that is where the funeral director comes in. The funeral director is the individual who is given the task of every aspect of the funeral, from the embalming to the burial. But the funeral director does more than just this, they are the…

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    Natural Burial Movement

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    buried, some people way think why would people go through this trouble of having a green burial? What is wrong with they way people are buried today? Traditional burials consist of caskets, and chemicals. Once someone has died their body is taken care of by a team of funeral services professionals. They prevent immediate decay to the body by pumping formaldehyde-based embalming fluid. After the body is laid in a casket with an optional airtight seal to prevent the body coming in contact with the…

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    Do you believe in life after death? During the ancient time, religion played an important part on the ancient Egyptians. They believed that there’s eternal life after the death, that death is a short pause before enter the afterlife. They also believed that the spirits of the would go back to their bodies for the immortality. Because of that, the Egyptians discovered the method to preserve the dead bodies and many rituals about death and mummification came along as well . The ancient Egypt…

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    I’m writing about a dirty job of mummification.I think the dirty job of mummification is when they pull out the insides and when they put the body in salt. First of all, a dirty job of mummification is taking the organs out because they pull their lungs,liver,and intestines i know this because in 4th paragraph it states, “the dead person’s lungs,liver,stomach,and intestines.The important organs were each out in their own little pots,called canopic jars.’’ This is one detail another detail is…

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    The average person on the street has no idea of the behind-the-scenes work of embalming, detailed arrangements, transportation, and counselling. Undertakers’ families make big sacrifices, placing the needs of others before their own as a spouse works into the early hours of the morning several days running to accommodate families who have lost loved ones during the same time span. All the undertakers I have worked with have been gifted and compassionate people obviously called to their vocation.…

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    stating that if any assets are left out then they will be transferred to a trust and lastly a video will is a will that is spoken and recorded. At this point in my life, I have not found it necessary to write a will because I do not have possessions that are valuable enough to do so. My parents can have my belongings and distribute them however they want. As far as my dogs my fiancé will take full ownership. After I die I wish for my body to be cremated. The thought of being burned is more…

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