Newchurch’s First Act Approved Atheist/Pagan Cremation Now Washington State Has Legalized “Human Composing” of the Dead
From: The TRADITIO Fathers
In Accordance with the Anti-Catholic Practice of Cremation
Which Was Approved by the First Newpope, Paul VI-Montini
Just Two Weeks after His Accession to the Newpapacy
Washington State Has Taken the Next Step
And Approved “Human Composting” by Mixing the Body
With Wood Chips, Straw, and Dirt
So All Indications that the Person Was Ever a Temple of God Are Obliterated
As Its First Act, Newchurch Spurned the Practice of Our Lord
And Catholic Moral Theology by Joining the Atheists, Freemasons, and Pagans
Even many traditional Catholics are unaware that the first act of Newpope Paul VI-Montini implementing the pagan Newchurch of the New Order was the rejection of Catholic morality and the acceptance of the pagan practice of burning to a crisp the human body, which St. Paul called “the temple of the Holy Ghost” (1 Corinthians 6:19). Montini became Newpope on June 21, 1963. Just two weeks later, on July 5, 1963, he had approved the Instruction De crematione cadaverum, [On the Cremation of Cadavers] permitting the atheistic and pagan practice of cremation and citing as authority for this contumacious practice that fact that the pagan Hindus abhorred burial. Widespread abortion was soon to follow.
Now Washington State has taken the next step in the desecration of the human body by permitting the composing of human bodies — at the behest of “green” Leftists, among whom is numbered the current Newpope Francis-Bergoglio. Already Newchurch has turned its funerals into a pagan “white” apotheosis of ashen remains. On May 21, 2019, the Washington governor signed the bill permitting human composting, which is euphemistically called “organic reduction.”
The body is mixed with wood chips, straw, and other material for a month. The body compost is then mixed with the dirt, and all indications that the person was ever a temple of God are obliterated. There is typically no containing vessel (e.g., an urn) or a headstone. Even the pre-Christian ancient Egyptians were more reverent that the modern pagans. They embalmed the body for seventy days and then put it in a coffin, often artistically decorated, and entombed it. Even the poor got a scaled-down version of the process. [Some information for this Commentary was contributed by the Seattle Times.]
The Christian custom of burying the dead dates back to the time of Christ. In the New Testament, Our Lord’s body was embalmed with spices like myrrh and entombed, not cremated, let alone “composted.” Even Cicero laments that by his time (circa the first century B.C.), the Romans had rejected the mos maiorum of burying the dead and instead burned their dead to a crisp. For further information on this topic, click on FAQ10: How Do You Explain These Traditional Catholic Beliefs? in the TRADITIO Network’s Library of Files (FAQs and Traditional Apologetics) department, in the section “Cremation and Traditional Funeral Instructions.”
True Catholics, cremation is an anti-Catholic form of disposing of the body after death that has its modern origins in the 18th century Protestant “enlightenment,” when it was advocated by atheists and Freemasons as a visual symbol of the denial of the soul’s existence. Cremation is common in pagan religions, such as Hinduism and Buddhism. As its first act, Newchurch spurned the practice of Our Lord and Catholic moral theology by approving cremation along with the atheists, Freemasons, and pagans.
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