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09-07-2007, 08:37 AM
Why do they drain your blood and where does it go?
I mean your dead so what does it matter if you have blood in you or not.
09-07-2007, 09:18 AM
To make room for all the formaldehyde they're going to fill you with. Humans are too good for that whole cycle of life thing.
09-07-2007, 09:27 AM
Why pump you full of formaldehyde?. Its just putting more toxins into the ground. I'd rather decompose naturally so that nature can do its thing.
09-07-2007, 09:36 AM
so your family can see you in a coffin without you stinking up the place, i think (especially if you die in summer), personally i want to be put on a boat, set alight and sent out to sea.
09-07-2007, 09:40 AM
interesting thought- i often wonder about aborted babies aswell, where do they go? burnt in an incinerator or a contract with the illuminati to swap them for money etc etc? but then again those bastards like 'em 'live'! i wonder if they use them to extract dna or to disect? sorry its not a nice subject but i do wonder- these days i wouldnt put anything passed 'them'! :mad:
09-07-2007, 09:52 AM
I was wondering what happens to all the blood that the take out :D
Food for those shapeshifting reptilians :eek:
09-07-2007, 09:56 AM
they like their blood with more adrenaline in it i think, i'm inclined to say it's flushed down the drain, but i doubt that, probably is burned, i know your organs are left inside after an autopsy, well, in theory anyway, who knows what really happens.
as for aborted babies? i actually don't even want to think about it, but once again, probably burnt.
09-07-2007, 04:29 PM
A close friend of mine (an Icke fan) told me an interesting story in this same
She met a guy who installs phone systems and he told her about a job he did in a
large mortuary in Southern California. While he was there working in an area of
the mortuary he got to chatting with one of the morticians. He commented
to the mortician that the place felt kind of spooky to him. The mortician replied
that this place was nothing. He'd been at a place that was much spookier. It's a
storage area connected with a large mortuary that contains nothing but human brains
preserved in jars filled with fluid. He said it was so creepy it freaked him
(the mortician) out. He didn't seem to know the reason for the place.
11-07-2007, 07:04 AM
that's the spookiest story i've heard tonight! i'm going to have dreams about that place tonight. i can picture it now...long dimly lit hallways with rows of brains in glass jars on each side of you.
i wonder if the collection of brains is to disect the brains to figure out what sort of effects diseases/viruses/ect. had on the brain.
11-07-2007, 08:38 AM
hehhe aborted fetus's and dead babies get used to make face cream's for people to rub dead babies on there faces. same with embrio's and semen.
theres uses for the BLOOD. probably make Human Black Pudding.
and the liver and kidney stew.
brains de carbonized to retain the IRIDIUM and RHODIUM (mstate elements) for later consumption.
skin can be worn as leather.
shall i continue.
yes i will be sent to sea when i die. i spose. unless officials take over and go on yeah well hes dead what doe he know.
something similiar happend at one of my best mates grandfathers funeral.
he was a strick athiest. and didnt want anythign christian @ his funeral. but one side of the family had to take over and said "even though he wasn't a xtian, he was a true xtian at heart" then proceeded to play some lovely music they thought he liked. "how great thou art,, etc" and the other half of the family were so outraged. proves how well they DIDNT know him.
11-07-2007, 10:20 AM
Hey tickles, howzit goin, just kickin back I hope......you might find this interesting, last year, Maori decided they were sick of the way pakeha (European) were dealing with their dead. A few wahine (woman) from up North (Ngapuhi tribe) and from Auckland (Ngati Whatua tribe) pro activated the old styles of embalming. Maori have always needed to tend their own dead, though the non maori have, via law, taken this ancient tradition away from maori. These woman, have met the legal standards with their form of old styles embalming and are simply using some ancient/native herbs and some contemporary herbs (couldn't tell you which ones). All organic, all non synthetic. Above is an article from down south (couldn't find the one from up north.......yet)
And you know, when you tend your own deceased, with bathing and preparing/embalming, dressing, it gives you the time to grieve, to say your last goodbye and give your last gesture of love, making sure they look at their best, right up to the last day of ceremony, as a way of safe guarding the process of leaving this world and going to the next. Maori never leave the deceased, there is always watch-shifts to stay with the relative or friend that has passed. Maori believed that the soul would get moke moke (lonely) and start to become frightened and steer away from the path set in front of them, to the next dimension (we have 12). They believed that having someone there continually, meant the soul felt aroha (loved) and safe enough to walk towards the enlightened path, and also in worldly terms, the body was safe guarded from any ill treatment ie: sorcery. Who knows what happens to our loved ones, or as some would like to see it, the spacesuits of our loved ones, when we are not there to make sure all is in order.
tu meke eh
love and light
12-07-2007, 02:26 AM
Thats interesting. Thanks for the link.
I remember reading/ hearing about some Maori people that were really offended because the blood from dead bodies was getting tipped down the drain which then goes out into the sea where the gather their food from. I could really understand how pissed off they must be.
12-07-2007, 04:26 AM
12-07-2007, 05:42 AM
yeah matie, the old ways have slowly become extinct via the pakeha breaking tapu all the time like tipping blood down the sink to the sea. in the old times, this action would never happen, it was part of the lore system that was a self gauged thing. Reason: you didn't fuck with wairua, you knew you were being watched and if you didn't want to die you kept the lore. In old times another reason why the sink thing would never happen was because of sourcery. thats why there was that thing where you never left your hair or fingernails anywhere cause someone could put a matakite on you and you'd die. it was about safe guarding the hapu in the end. thats why when someone drowns we put a rahui on the area, otherwise you be getting kaimoana and eating your mate. another reason, respect to the living, the recently deceased and the gods that host us.
pai to ra
hope your having a nice day tickles
12-07-2007, 07:42 AM
Yeah, having a pretty good day. Finally got the power and internet back on. Some people 10 k up the road won't have it back on till after the weekend. The storm hit us pretty hard up here. Lots of trees fallen over, roofs & fences gone.
Ngawaka19, we could be related :D or enemies :eek:
My father was telling me that we come from down that way.
22-07-2007, 01:47 PM
thats why there was that thing where you never left your hair or fingernails anywhere cause someone could put a matakite on you and you'd die.
all too true bro =D
they havnt forgotten. just been ravaged and enslaved for many years. like us whiteman aswell except we accidently did it 2 you fullas cause it was done to us.
is that why they say BREAK THE CHAIN OF VIOLENCE lol cause they know how they do it 2 us. yet theyre just fucking with us and saying comon your a donky with the carrot. but yeah comon u can get the carrot . comon you can do it. u can do it. almost ... nah!