18JUN 2017
Scattering urns for ashes

Scattering urns for ashes

Scattering ashes is a traditional ceremony that can be traced back to our ancient ancestors of the Stone Age. Today, almost 40% of Americans participate in scattering the ashes of loved ones, and the percentage grows each year. Scattering ashes continues to be a pure, loving and dignified way to return…
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08JUN 2017
Can I scattering ashes at sea?

Can I scattering ashes at sea?

The most common location is Scattering Ashes at Sea and is an option Families and Loved ones choose. However with permission from a land owner or in a public place with permission from the proper authority, scattering is allowed. Another common location is a scattering garden, normally a section set…
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29MAY 2017
Scattering ashes Prayers

Scattering ashes Prayers

God grant that I may live to fish, until my dying day, And when it comes to my last cast, I then most humbly pray, When in the Lord s safe landing net, I m peacefully asleep, That in his mercy I be judged, As big enough to keep. Prayer at the Death of Loved One by Edward Hay Help us, Compassionate God…
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19MAY 2017
Can you spread ashes anywhere?

Can you spread ashes anywhere?

Scattering ashes at sea. According to EPA regulations, scattering ashes at sea is permitted at least 3 nautical miles from land. Materials that can decompose, such as flower wreaths, are also allowed, but other materials such as urns should not be disposed of into the water. The EPA also requests that…
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09MAY 2017
Disposing of human ashes

Disposing of human ashes

That’s because, surprise! Dead bodies aren’t the biohazards many assume them to be. Remember that human rituals for disposal of the dead far predate the germ theory of disease (in which certain microorganisms are responsible for illness and infection, rather than vaporous “miasmas” and other debunked…
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29APR 2017
Burying cremains

Burying cremains

When a person has selected cremation and that process has been carried out, the ashes have a volume roughly that of a five pound sack of sugar. The bone fragments are pulverized to about kitty litter texture. Depending on the fuel and temperature used, they are somewhere between a light grey to white…
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