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----- Original Message -----
From:  F
Sent: Friday, May 06, 2016 2:02 PM
Subject: cremation
Dear Patrick
A while back I read in the Journals that Hatonn said that it is better to be buried rather than to choose cremation. 
Is my memory serving me right?  Is it not a good idea to think about cremation? It had something to do with letting our bodies decompose naturally as a way of "recycling".
I have been toying with the idea of death planning so that my family can know my wishes after my death.
I've delayed this planning because of the threat of Mother Earth readying herself for the final event of flipping on her axis and the final clean up.
What are your thoughts?
Love and Light,
FROM:  Patrick H. Bellringer
     TO:  F
DATE:  May 9, 2016
Dear F:
    We posted the comment by Hatonn about death and cremation a while ago, and Anne and I have searched but have not been able to find it again.
    The concern was not about natural decay of the body, as I recall, but about the need for a day or two for the soul essence to leave the body after death had occurred.  Often cremation is done the same day as the death.
    In my experiences with funerals I know that sometimes embalming was done the same day as the death, so it made no difference between burial and cremation of the body.  Anne and I are opting for cremation and ashes scattered in the forest to save expenses and to reduce the drama, if we are not aboard ship first.  It certainly would be difficult and even inappropriate to hold a corpse for several days prior to its disposal.
    I suggest you do as your God Spirit guides you.
In Love and Light,
Patrick H. Bellringer