ome decisions are too important to leave to anyone else. No one, no matter how close they are
to you, thinks just like you or knows your innermost wishes. That is why your most intimate
wishes should not be left to anyone else.
Despite the diversity in today's modern age, our choices may leave us feeling limited or
incomplete. We yearn for something more, something which we feel comfortable with, something
that appeals to our sense of care and lasting peace of mind, and with which we may feel
The finest must be permanent, enduring, and timeless. It must have qualities of beauty, care,
love, integrity, and protection. It must leave us feeling pleased and content with the choice
we have made.
One such choice is:
Whether it be the practice of an ancient civilization or the subject of examination by a modern
day culture, Mummification has always been held in the highest esteem by society. It was common
among early cultures, most notably for religious reasons.
With the onset of the Dark Ages and the plagues, the art of Mummification began to diminish until finally,
this form of care ceased. Looking back in time,
it was a practice that extended around the world.
Still, we find ourselves attracted to the role Mummification has played throughout history and
the significance it has carried throughout time. It touches something deep within our esoteric
being. History shows us what great concern Mummification expressed in the final care of one of
nature's most beautiful creations: the human being.