Has anyone duplicated Egyptian mummification in modern times?
I believe the answer is no (but I could be wrong)... I believe they have gotten close, but no cigar...
My understanding is that we know the embalming (chemistry) techniques from the hieroglyphic records, but that no one using them has achieved the results of the Ancient Egyptians.
Is that true?
I saw a PBS program once, where they talked about how in the 1800s there was a fad, after many mummies were discovered, of ingesting powdered mummy, because it was supposed to have healing benefits. And that the fad died out after bogus mummy powder was introduced into the market (basically, they were just grinding up chard cadavers - yuk...).
I believe there is a missing step in the mummification process, where the mummy is irradiated with life force energy from a djed pillar device (the energy drawn down from the Sun, that pushes back death), and that it is that life force energy infusion that causes the mummy to decay so slowly (and is the reason ingested mummy powder had healing qualities).
Your thoughts on the subject.
Post Edited (28-May-14 03:21)
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