You all know this music but, probably, not with its original title: The funeral march for a Marionette.
I discovered its true title today, thanks to the Italian Radio Rai channel.
Too tempting to not include it in this blog !!
Are you curious ?? !!
Oh! Some days ago, I discovered this interesting documentary film about the Captains of... Star Trek!!!!
I'm a Star Trek fan and I had to watch it :-)
Why am I writing a post about it here?
We Might Live in a Virtual Universe — But It Doesn’t Really Matter (article).
It is just the beginning of what science has yet to come to know :-)
But it's a little help too to understand that the death doesn't exist.
What to do with the body after the soul has passed?
In the past I have already written about some "green death",
Some months ago, I read about this "green death" (The article is in Italian). It speaks about the Alkaline Hydrolysis. So I surfed in the net and I found a wikipedia link and this article.
It is always seen from the perspective of mass consciousness. Even in its optical, I use this point of view to start and to explain some things about what is happening on Earth.
At a certain point, the Italian article talks about pollution, Probably you never thought of, but the bodies of your dears represent real ecological bombs.
Yes, the article talks about physical pollution. I take inspiration from this to talk about energetic pollution.
I was watching Pawn Las Vegas when I discovered this and... it's amazing :-)
The American funeral director - Almon Brown Strowger - created the automatic telephone exchange because he thought (accorting to wikipedia) that it should be subscribers, rather than the operator, who chose who was called - anecdotally, Strowger's undertaking business was losing clients to a competitor whose telephone-operator wife was intercepting and redirecting everyone who called Strowger - he first conceived his invention in 1888, and patented the automatic telephone exchange in 1891. It is reported that he initially constructed a model of his invention from a round collar box and some straight pins.
I have previously written that I like how the British culture is lighter and more open on the death issue.
The Top Gear 3rd episode (22nd season) has been full of ideas for some topics (MDM).
The first was on death or, better said, a side effect of it.
Top Gear is hilarious and often irreverent and it's not the first time that death is considered. For example, in another episode of an oldier series (I think), Top Gear Jeremy dressed, in a false funeral, a woman with a black bikini while she was carrying the coffin.
Irreverent but, perhaps, mass conciousness also needs this for less drama...
In this episode, the three protagonists have to choose a car to create a fast ambulance. And Top Gear May thinks... a hearse!
If you attend the DreamWalk Death Transition School or if you ask to a certificated CC DreamWalker Death Transition Guide what to do for the wellness of your soul after your transition, the answer is only one right now: cremation.
An Italian article appeared on my wall facebook. It has a wonderful news for the soul and for Gaia, this beautiful planet. I found the English version.
This biodegradagle awesome urn: you will turn into a tree after you die
I am that I am