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Resting Place.

We slept without breaths –

underneath six feet of topsoil,

bathed in the heavy suffocation,

of loosely strung illumination –

another silent burial site’s

flimsy paper lantern lights, 104 more words

Poetry

How To Avoid Four Common Estate and Elder Law Planning Mistakes

Although formulating an estate and long term care plan is an important step towards financial security, many people fail to have even the most basic plan and advanced directives. 593 more words

Asset Protection Planning

Empty Tomb 2

There is one more theory which attempts to explain the empty tomb: Jesus didn’t actually die, but only passed out and appeared to be dead. I actually watched a History Channel documentary a few years ago that proposed that Joseph of Arimathea, being a wealthy guy, was able to purchase a rare drug from the East which Jesus added to His wine at the Last Supper. 338 more words

Easter

Human remains: some thoughts on the bones of Richard III

Over the course of this morning, thousands of people will gather in Leicester for the re-interment of the bones of Richard III. Many more – hundreds of thousands certainly – will watch proceedings on TV as Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, and the actor Benedict Cumberpatch speak at the ceremony. 777 more words

Mathew And His Work

Preplan / Prepay Part 2

Preplan/Prepay Part 2

I’ve covered the Basics, now it’s time to go Beyond.

Beyond Basic – traditional burial/cremation/green burial/above ground crypt. There are many options out there and the list is growing. 1,112 more words

Boomers

On the 4th of February 2013 it was confirmed beyond reasonable doubt that the human remains found beneath the choir at the site of Greyfriars priory in Leicester, did indeed belong to Richard Plantagenet of England. 399 more words

Society

Builders in Europe's crowded, ancient cities are constantly digging up dead people

In London and Paris, two recent construction projects have been held up for macabre reasons: hundreds or thousands of centuries-old bodies buried in the ground beneath. 348 more words