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by Robert T. Hatch

eBook What Happens When You Die: From Your Last Breath to the First Spadeful ePub
Author: Robert T. Hatch
Language: English
ISBN: 0806516674
ISBN13: 978-0806516677
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp. (August 18, 1998)
Pages: 108
Category: Sociology
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 270
Formats: mbr azw mobi txt
ePub file: 1627 kb
Fb2 file: 1954 kb

What happens to the body when attacked by organisms it once easily fought off. The varied religious beliefs surrounding . This book, I did not read but was attracted to the title, except the part about what happens to your body.

What happens to the body when attacked by organisms it once easily fought off. The varied religious beliefs surrounding funerals and wakes. The evolution of embalming: From the ancient Egyptian religious rite to embalming as we know it today, which began during the Civil War, When bodies were shipped home for burial. What we want to know is where can we go?

Start by marking What Happens When You Die: From Your . At some point some trees died.

Start by marking What Happens When You Die: From Your Last Breath to the First Spadeful as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. I did learn some interesting things, but this book seemed glib and slick to me, not entirely scientific. There were also some egregious spelling/grammar errors (one does not "pour" over photos, they "pore" over them!!!). Oh, and the last complaint? The typeface was ANNOYING. What happened to them was they were processed into paper and then turned into a book that had no discernible reason to be written let alone be read. Aug 30, 2015 Ness rated it did not like it.

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From Your Last Breath to the First Spadeful. How to Embalm Your Mother-In-Law or All You Ever Wanted to Know About What Happens Between Your Last Breath and the First Spadeful. Published 1995 by Carol Pub. Group in Secaucus, . A Citadel Press book. Cremation, Death (Biology), Popular works, Embalming, Internet Archive Wishlist. Previously published as: How to embalm your mother-in-law.

What Happens When You Die: From Your Last Breath to the First Spadeful by Robert T. Hatch. The Definitive Guide to Underground Humor: Quaint Quotes About Death, Funny Funeral Home Stories by Edward Bergin Headstone Epitaphs. Ridiculous Removals & Funeral Arrangements. Wacky Wakes Funny Funerals. Hilarious Headstones. City of the Dead by Robert Florence. Car Crashes & Other Sad Storiesby Jennifer Dumas, Mell Kilpatrick Mell used to photograph stuff for insurance companies.

This intriguing glimpse into the once mysterious aspects of death tells what happens- step-by-step- during the embalming and cremation processes. Here you will find information once known only to funeral directors, including: What happens to the body when attacked by organisms it once easily fought off. Alternatives to embalming, including.

A book regarding the summary of such sudies came first nearly in mid of. .What is everybody's opinion on what happens when you've taken your last breath? More questions.

A book regarding the summary of such sudies came first nearly in mid of 1980s only. scientist found that the people reborn are not so educated and may not be heard of any myths. But their experience after their death was similar like doctor or you relatives saying that you died. After that you can see yourself fully same as you see other peoiple. you can see people preparing for your funeral. then after that you feel you are travelling extreamly fast through a dark pipe.

What Happens When We Die - Sam Parnia, Peter Fenwick. How to embalm your mother-in-law, or, All you ever wanted to know about what happens between your last breath and the first spadeful - Robert T Hatch. Embalming, cremation, death (biology), burial, undertakers and undertaking.

This intriguing glimpse into the once mysterious aspects of death tells what happens-- step-by-step-- during the embalming and cremation processes.

Here you will find information once known only to funeral directors, including:

What happens to the body when attacked by organisms it once easily fought off

The varied religious beliefs surrounding funerals and wakes

The evolution of embalming: From the ancient Egyptian religious rite to embalming as we know it today, which began during the Civil War, When bodies were shipped home for burial

Alternatives to embalming, including mummification... and much more

"What Happens When You Die" explains simply and in startling detail-- with no touch of the macabre-- what happens when we enter a realm where two divergent forces control our destiny; the undertaker and the soul.

Alsath
What stands out the most after reading this book is the manner in which the author presents something that will happen to each of us despite our station in life.
The author does a very nice job separating the philosophical, religious, and spiritual aspects that cultures attach to death by presenting a play-by-play rendition of what happens to us at the moment of death and carrying it forward. I would even offer that some people might say that the author is very sterile sounding at times in his description to the point of sounding clinical. However, I feel this adds to the effectiveness of the author's presentation and allows for the reader to add his or her own subjective evaluations of the physical aspects of death.
I admire the book's approach in dealing with a topic that is often limited to hushed conversations.
Nirad
I had worked for a funeral home at one time, many years ago. I wish this book had been available then, since there were, and still are so many questions. More often than not, it's the family of the departed who want to know what really happpens and this book would have eased a lot of the tension. Morticians seem to have a mysterious aire about them, almost as if their work is a deep, dark secret. But there is little that is secret about the emblaming and dressing process here. The author covers just about every REASONABLE question one could have about the business. Anything further could be obtained through books devoted to the actual emblaming process. You might think this is a macabre little book, but undertakers have a difficult task, to make the deceased look as good as possible.
Mushicage
I got the book, and read it all the way through in one evening. I thought the book was pretty good. I would of liked for it to be a little more in depth. In one of the beginning Chapters I felt left hanging when the discussion between the man in the book and his sister regarding what they had experienced at the particular time when they realized they knew something about life while still alive, that only the dying or the dead know. Unless I missed something, I never got their answer, only there brief reactions. Otherwise, I thought the book was pretty informative.
Stick
For those with little time, I heard the latest really best answer. A spanish speaking lady remembered 39 of her past lives and the aliens came and got her and shared the secrets of the future with her because of that. She knew all about 2012 and how they were going to sort people out and clear up the planet. Many will live, many more will die of suicide and heart attack, etc.
you may know who you are because you can feel it coming on and I had a vision of it where a hundred men or so got drunk at one place and jumped off a cliff into a river below in Santa Fe, New Mexico area. I got scared
because I figured someone was making them jump and it wasn't true as the vision continued. Something will make them just leave, it's my guess at this stage that the higher beings on the planet just cause that when they are close by (you can discern how this works watching the movie "Wavelength") but there could be another cause like a program or earth changes.... They want to die because they are not used to serving the higher beings whom will be women, they are men and just used to dominating, and all of those one's were Muslims. Well, that's the plan I saw and heard of.....if you read Anastasia, it's also in sync with the women taking over the world theme that is being spread around. This is like a new Russian religion starting up and the same ingredients are there like they start any religion with. Someone goes off into the wilderness, and finds a God that is probably really an alien and they give some information that seems to tell as little as possible about what is really going on and promises a ton of hope for a hopeless world and of course...a thousand years later, never delivers an iota of it....so that's why we want to know or I should say NEED TO KNOW what happens really, specifically, the details, all the details of when you die....OH...and how you got born too....:) [...]

This book, I did not read but was attracted to the title, except the part about what happens to your body. We all know that for sure...dust.
What we want to know is where can we go? Where did we come from? Who are we if more than this life? Are we really more than this life? Why do we have blocked memories? How do we increase it and how far can we go with this? Why is it that nobody cares about a subject that has to be more important than living because we can't plan much....We can't do much and we feel like losers many times over. I could be a doctor or a lawyer or rocket scientist if I had more time to find money and educate myself but this world is based on lawyers, scientists and doctors, dominating anyone that did not stick to the goal to begin with and early on. The people are impressed by the title, not the results. There is clearly a conspiracy to block the truth and it's enjoyed by the religious clergy with sharing the same little bit of answers that are designed as tests of faith to see who will settle for them, even though they know next to nothing. Could there be a bigger power tripper in the world than a clergy that expects you to believe in him? If we are to believe in Jesus, who needs the clergy for anything at all?
Nalme
First of all this book was typed with very small type..so if your eye sight isn't what it used to be, don't bother..unless you have a magnifying glass handy.
The contents of the book left me with more questions than answers. I wish the author would of been more in depth with the procedures of embalming such as the orafices are plugged up...well, with what? Also there must be a few mistakes made in the business of death...none were mentioned. Also alittle on decomisition would of helped me to understand the dying process.
This book left me hanging in my casket!
Na
Please don't bother. This "book" is akin to a poorly written high school term paper. The author gives no credentials and has strange views (Phlegmatic people live longer than active ones because they don't use up as much energy). Save your $19.00 and invest in a credible book. Death To Dust What Happens To Dead Bodies? by Kenneth V. Iserson, MD, is a well written informational book that delivers not only a good value, but an enjoyable, and informational reference.
Ubrise
Not worth the money! It is 106 pages, large type-face, with lots of pages taken up with chapter titles, sayings, quotes. If the extraneous stuff was removed and the type-face was at a normal size, this would be a 30 page pamphlet. It reads like someone took most things from other people's term papers. Very superficial.
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