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This is us. 💉💦🦠Not pictured: lymph. #fluid #blood #water #bloodbitch #rottingcorpses #igotsomebadideasinmyhead #brainstem #primalbrain #wearethepeople #bodyfluids #fluidbody #ischemiccompression 
truths: massage can directly affect all the fluids in the body and practitioners can work specifically within one system or another w intention to— lymph, blood, & water. massage can temporarily increase blood flow to scar tissue or injuries (again with focused and clear intention) & help movement in cases of circulatory issues. Just four minutes of massage can also affect the movement of blood in the brain but studies have not discovered its affect in regards to specific regions of the brain. #lymphaticsystem #cardiovascularhealth #humancompost #bloodpressure #bloodflow #jugularvein #brachialartery #fluidsack #bodysack
#Truth @gmofreeusa_official
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The state of Washington is the first in the union to start “composting” dead human bodies as crop “fertilizer,” bringing to real life the fictitious scenario depicted in the famous dystopian film Soylent Green. Bill 5001 will take effect on May 1, 2020, allowing for human corpses to undergo a process known as “liquid cremation,” whereby alkaline hydrolysis is used to turn rotting flesh and bones into “fertilizer." Supporters of the bill claim that legalizing human composting will be great for the environment, as it’s supposedly “as close to the natural process of decomposition [as] you’d assume a body would undergo before we had an industrialized society.” But is it really a good idea to spread liquid sludge made from dead humans all over our food crops? Because that’s exactly where much of it will go, especially when “liquid cremation” ends up being flushed down the drain or toilet and into the local sewer system. As revealed in the Biosludged film, wastewater all across the country is now being “recycled” and spread all over farmland, which means whatever’s in it is being absorbed into the food supply. It’s true that traditional burial protocols aren’t necessarily environmentally-friendly, seeing as how embalming fluids and formaldehyde are made from toxic, synthetic chemicals. But human bodies, especially in today’s toxic world, are also poisonous, and loaded with all sorts of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and other poisons that probably shouldn’t be “repurposed” to help grow the foods we all eat. “Releasing mercury, pharmaceuticals, and disease into the water supply. Sounds like a great idea, what could possibly go wrong?” joked one commenter at The Seattle Times.

FYI: Certified Organic and Demeter Certified Biodynamic standards prohibit the use of biosolids/biosludge/sewage sludge on certified farms.

READ the whole article and then let us know what you think: click on the linktree link near the top of our page

#Washington #HumanCompost #health #holistic #holistichealth #HumanCorpses #compost #fertilizer #cremation #biosolids #food #farming #gmofreecanada #gmofreeusa #toxinfreeusa #youcantmakethisshitup
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The state of Washington is the first in the union to start “composting” dead human bodies as crop “fertilizer,” bringing to real life the fictitious scenario depicted in the famous dystopian film Soylent Green. Bill 5001 will take effect on May 1, 2020, allowing for human corpses to undergo a process known as “liquid cremation,” whereby alkaline hydrolysis is used to turn rotting flesh and bones into “fertilizer." Supporters of the bill claim that legalizing human composting will be great for the environment, as it’s supposedly “as close to the natural process of decomposition [as] you’d assume a body would undergo before we had an industrialized society.” But is it really a good idea to spread liquid sludge made from dead humans all over our food crops? Because that’s exactly where much of it will go, especially when “liquid cremation” ends up being flushed down the drain or toilet and into the local sewer system. As revealed in the Biosludged film, wastewater all across the country is now being “recycled” and spread all over farmland, which means whatever’s in it is being absorbed into the food supply. It’s true that traditional burial protocols aren’t necessarily environmentally-friendly, seeing as how embalming fluids and formaldehyde are made from toxic, synthetic chemicals. But human bodies, especially in today’s toxic world, are also poisonous, and loaded with all sorts of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and other poisons that probably shouldn’t be “repurposed” to help grow the foods we all eat. “Releasing mercury, pharmaceuticals, and disease into the water supply. Sounds like a great idea, what could possibly go wrong?” joked one commenter at The Seattle Times.

FYI: Certified Organic and Demeter Certified Biodynamic standards prohibit the use of biosolids/biosludge/sewage sludge on certified farms.

#notgood #HumanCompost #health #holistic #holistichealth #HumanCorpses #compost #fertilizer #cremation #biosolids #food #farming #gmofreecanada #gmofree #toxinfreecanada #toxinfree
The state of Washington is the first in the union to start “composting” dead human bodies as crop “fertilizer,” bringing to real life the fictitious scenario depicted in the famous dystopian film Soylent Green. Bill 5001 will take effect on May 1, 2020, allowing for human corpses to undergo a process known as “liquid cremation,” whereby alkaline hydrolysis is used to turn rotting flesh and bones into “fertilizer." Supporters of the bill claim that legalizing human composting will be great for the environment, as it’s supposedly “as close to the natural process of decomposition [as] you’d assume a body would undergo before we had an industrialized society.” But is it really a good idea to spread liquid sludge made from dead humans all over our food crops? Because that’s exactly where much of it will go, especially when “liquid cremation” ends up being flushed down the drain or toilet and into the local sewer system. As revealed in the Biosludged film, wastewater all across the country is now being “recycled” and spread all over farmland, which means whatever’s in it is being absorbed into the food supply. It’s true that traditional burial protocols aren’t necessarily environmentally-friendly, seeing as how embalming fluids and formaldehyde are made from toxic, synthetic chemicals. But human bodies, especially in today’s toxic world, are also poisonous, and loaded with all sorts of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and other poisons that probably shouldn’t be “repurposed” to help grow the foods we all eat. “Releasing mercury, pharmaceuticals, and disease into the water supply. Sounds like a great idea, what could possibly go wrong?” joked one commenter at The Seattle Times.

FYI: Certified Organic and Demeter Certified Biodynamic standards prohibit the use of biosolids/biosludge/sewage sludge on certified farms.

READ the whole article and then let us know what you think: click on the linktree link near the top of our page

#Washington #HumanCompost #health #holistic #holistichealth #HumanCorpses #compost #fertilizer #cremation #biosolids #food #farming #gmofreecanada #gmofreeusa #toxinfreeusa
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The state of Washington is the first in the union to start “composting” dead human bodies as crop “fertilizer,” bringing to real life the fictitious scenario depicted in the famous dystopian film Soylent Green. Bill 5001 will take effect on May 1, 2020, allowing for human corpses to undergo a process known as “liquid cremation,” whereby alkaline hydrolysis is used to turn rotting flesh and bones into “fertilizer." Supporters of the bill claim that legalizing human composting will be great for the environment, as it’s supposedly “as close to the natural process of decomposition [as] you’d assume a body would undergo before we had an industrialized society.” But is it really a good idea to spread liquid sludge made from dead humans all over our food crops? Because that’s exactly where much of it will go, especially when “liquid cremation” ends up being flushed down the drain or toilet and into the local sewer system. As revealed in the Biosludged film, wastewater all across the country is now being “recycled” and spread all over farmland, which means whatever’s in it is being absorbed into the food supply. It’s true that traditional burial protocols aren’t necessarily environmentally-friendly, seeing as how embalming fluids and formaldehyde are made from toxic, synthetic chemicals. But human bodies, especially in today’s toxic world, are also poisonous, and loaded with all sorts of chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and other poisons that probably shouldn’t be “repurposed” to help grow the foods we all eat. “Releasing mercury, pharmaceuticals, and disease into the water supply. Sounds like a great idea, what could possibly go wrong?” joked one commenter at The Seattle Times.

FYI: Certified Organic and Demeter Certified Biodynamic standards prohibit the use of biosolids/biosludge/sewage sludge on certified farms.

READ the whole article and then let us know what you think: click on the linktree link near the top of our page

#Washington #HumanCompost #health #holistic #holistichealth #HumanCorpses #compost #fertilizer #cremation #biosolids #food #farming #gmofreecanada #gmofreeusa #toxinfreeusa
Boyfriend of the Dead
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I wonder if Alex would love this as much if she knew...🤔
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#boyfriendofthedeadwebtoon #webtoon #flowers #humancompost
#humancompost of #Toronto killin it!!! #deathmetal #deathgrind
Human Compost @ Lee's Palace 
#humancompost #bloodincantation #immolation
My buds in Human Compost opening up the show tonight and holy hell they absolutely tore it up. They are just so damn heavy and got riffs coming outta their ying yang. Always great to catch their set as they never cease to amaze me how brutal they sound. One of Toronto’s best 👌🏻
#HumanCompost
Human Compost @ Lee's Palace @leespalace @immolation_band @bloodincantation.eufc #humancompost #immolation #bloodincantation
Blood Incantation owning Toronto! @bloodincantation.eufc @leespalace @immolation_band #bloodincantation #immolation #humancompost
Now on route for some more death metals. #Immolation & #bloodincantation & #humancompost 🤘🏼#yesplease #keepitheavy 🤘🏼
This event sounds hilarious and delightful - we hope you can attend!

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The After Party fundraiser tickets are now available at www.peoplesmemorial.org/theafterpartypma! Celebrate our 80th anniversary with us at Cornish Playhouse on December 14th! With special guests @thegooddeath @katrinaspade at the VIP event.  Link in bio. #theafterpartypma

#peoplesmemorial #PMA #peoplesmemorialwa #seattlefuneralhome #greenburial #deathpositive #deathcare #endoflife #funeralindustry #mycorpsemychoice #recompose #humancompost
The After Party fundraiser tickets are now available at www.peoplesmemorial.org/theafterpartypma! Celebrate our 80th anniversary with us at Cornish Playhouse on December 14th! With special guests @thegooddeath @katrinaspade at the VIP event.  Link in bio. #theafterpartypma

#peoplesmemorial #PMA #peoplesmemorialwa #seattlefuneralhome #greenburial #deathpositive #deathcare #endoflife #funeralindustry #mycorpsemychoice #recompose #humancompost
Feeling disorganized about your end-of-life plan? We can help. Join us October 26th for our Ducks in a Row workshop at the UW Retirement Association - Gerberding Hall. Register today and we'll bring everything you need. 
#peoplesmemorial #PMA #peoplesmemorialwa #seattlefuneralhome #greenburial #deathpositive #deathcare #endoflife #funeralindustry #endoflifeplanning #mycorpsemychoice #recompose #aquamation #humancompost #attorney #estateplanning
We're thrilled to announce Caitlin Doughty @thegooddeath and Katrina Spade@katrinaspade as our special guests for The After Party VIP Event! 60 guests will have access to an exclusive conversation between the two women who are advocating for death acceptance, funeral industry reformation, and eco-friendly death care options.

VIP guests will have a chance to submit their most curious questions for Caitlin to answer during the main event's “Ask a Mortician: Live!” Tickets will go on sale October 21st. Stay tuned! #theafterpartypma

#peoplesmemorial #PMA #peoplesmemorialwa #seattlefuneralhome #greenburial #deathpositive #deathcare #endoflife #funeralindustry #mycorpsemychoice #recompose #humancompost
The Family tree 3/3 
This was my entry for the #nonarchitecture #death competition. 
#Familytree
#Humancompost
#Urbancemetery
#Contemplation
#Roots
The Family tree 2/3 
This was my entry for the #nonarchitecture #death competition. 
#Familytree
#Humancompost
#Urbancemetery
#Contemplation
#Roots
The Family tree 1/3 
This was my entry for the #nonarchitecture #death competition. 
#Familytree
#Humancompost
#Urbancemetery
#Contemplation
#Roots
Worms are working.

#humancompost #urbangardener #permaculture #potager
Think you've got your ducks in a row? Meet us October 14th at the Wallingford Senior Center for a three hour workshop to be sure. We'll cover health, legal/financial, and funeral arrangements. Register today and we'll supply all the materials you need. 
#peoplesmemorial #PMA #peoplesmemorialwa #seattlefuneralhome #greenburial #deathpositive #deathcare #endoflife #funeralindustry #endoflifeplanning #mycorpsemychoice #recompose #aquamation #humancompost #attorney #estateplanning
Muchos se llevarán las manos a la cabeza. ¿Cómo vamos a hacer eso con nuestros seres queridos? Bueno, todo es cuestión de avanzar hacia un futuro mejor en nuestro planeta. Dejando la moral religiosa a un lado, no es tan duro asimilar que podemos terminar nuestro último ciclo en la Tierra, volviendo a ella en forma de fertilizante. Si es cierto que el cuerpo no es más que un transporte para el alma, ¿qué problema hay? ¿acaso no vamos a acabar descomponiéndonos sí o sí? ¿no podemos seguir honrando y recordando a nuestros seres queridos sin necesidad de una lápida que nos lo recuerde? Suponemos que el debate está servido y la industria funeraria en pie de guerra. En nuestra opinión, que el cuerpo de quien sea sirva como fertilizante, es un hermoso gesto a la Naturaleza y un modo muy sostenible de reciclarnos. Los sentimientos hacia quien ya nos ha dejado, no van a cambiar por esto y seguiremos viéndole de algún modo en cada flor que nazca de su definitivo lecho. Y no olvidemos las descomunales emisiones de carbono que supone cada cremación (una tonelada métrica de CO2 por persona). El Estado de Washington ya ha aprobado la ley que dará está opción a sus ciudadanos y que será efectiva en el año 2020. Nos parece un avance increíble que servirá también para situarnos en otro escalón evolutivo. La empresa a cargo de esta iniciativa se llama RECOMPOSE, para los que queráis indagar un poco más sobre cómo funciona el proceso. (recompose.life)

#livegreen #washington #recompose #naturalburial #greenmatters #humancompost #muerte #enterramiento #CO2 #progess #progreso #future #futuro
Guilty of telling your family everything has been taken care of but you still have a few things to do? You're not alone. Join us October 12th at the Southeast Seattle Senior Center and get everything buttoned up. 
#peoplesmemorial #PMA #peoplesmemorialwa #seattlefuneralhome #greenburial #deathpositive #deathcare #endoflife #funeralindustry #endoflifeplanning #mycorpsemychoice #recompose #aquamation #humancompost #attorney #estateplanning
There are three Ducks in a Row workshops scheduled in October. Check out our events calendar and find the one you can attend!

#peoplesmemorial #PMA #peoplesmemorialwa #seattlefuneralhome #greenburial #deathpositive #deathcare #endoflife #funeralindustry #endoflifeplanning #mycorpsemychoice #recompose #aquamation #humancompost #attorney #estateplanning
Death care and zero waste on the pod this week. Check out my chat with CEO of Recompose Katrina Spade all about natural organic reduction as a #lowwaste and #carbonpositive alternative to conventional burial and cremation 💀🌱🌳
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#practicallyzerowaste #compostme #whenidie
What are your funeral options? Who is responsible for your final arrangements? Should you prepay? Find the answers to these questions by attending our free Duck-et List class on Funeral Options. September 4th at the Tate Mason House in Seattle from 2 to 3 pm.
#peoplesmemorial #PMA #peoplesmemorialwa #seattlefuneralhome #greenburial  #recompose #aquamation #humancompost #deathpositive #deathcare #endoflife #funeralindustry #endoflifeplanning #mycorpsemychoice
What are your funeral options? Who is responsible for your final arrangements? Should you prepay? Find the answers to these questions by attending our free Duck-et List class on Funeral Options. September 4th at the Tate Mason House in Seattle from 2 to 3 pm. @restingwaters @recomposelife
#peoplesmemorial #PMA #peoplesmemorialwa #seattlefuneralhome #greenburial #recompose #aquamation #humancompost #deathpositive #deathcare #endoflife #funeralindustry #endoflifeplanning #mycorpsemychoice
Join PacSci as they discuss Washington’s newest death care option – human composting. Learn how local company Recompose gently converts human remains into soil, nourishing new life after we die. August 20th at 7pm.
pacificsciencecenter.org/events/recompose-innovation-in-death-care/ 
#peoplesmemorial #PMA #peoplesmemorialwa #deathpositive #deathcare #endoflife #funeralindustry #endoflifeplanning #mycorpsemychoice #recompose #humancompost
I call this 12x12 painting on black canvas, "An Embalmers Green Burial" (I tried, I tried)
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800,000 gallons of #embalming fluid goes into the ground in U.S. soil each year. #Formaldehyde is one of the top known #carcinogens, and is linked to cancer related deaths among #embalmers. You do not have to be embalmed, and I encourage you to not be. It's okay to #decay! (Also, #humancompost is really cool..so is #alkalinehydrolysis. Personally, I'd like a nice open #wickercasket and a #shroud) Anyway! Do some research on it! Talking about death should not be taboo.
Mark your calendars for the upcoming Duck-et List: Funeral Options class on September 4th from 2 - 3 pm at the Tate Mason House in Seattle. Learn about your options, how much they cost, and if you should prepay for them. 
#peoplesmemorial #PMA #peoplesmemorialwa #seattlefuneralhome #greenburial #deathpositive #deathcare #endoflife #funeralindustry #endoflifeplanning #mycorpsemychoice #recompose #aquamation #humancompost
Looking for something unique to do? Join us August 20th at the Pacific Science Center for Science in the City: Recompose: Innovation in Death Care. @recomposelife pacificsciencecenter.org/events/recompose-innovation-in-death-care/ 
#peoplesmemorial #PMA #peoplesmemorialwa #deathpositive #deathcare #endoflife #funeralindustry #mycorpsemychoice #recompose #humancompost

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