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Woman dies since 2002 and her body still remains fresh @ 12:46 am
On Aug 16, 2016
This post has gone viral On the Internet as a Facebook user posted it on his timeline. A woman who has been buried since 2002 was exhumed due to ongoing construction was found in the same state as she walks buried.
THis phenomenon is know as Incorruptible bodies and some stories online abound of the bodies.
Example of these stories are; SAINT ZITA
Saint Zita was revered during her life essentially for being a very nice lady whom everyone really liked. A sort of cult grew up around her after her death in the year 1272. More than 300 years later, her body was exhumed and found not to have decayed. Don’t believe it? Go see for yourself: Her body (which dried out and became essentially mummified since being exhumed) is still on public display at the Basilica of San Frediano in Lucca, Italy. Her face isn’t exactly perfect after drying out, but you’ve got to admit that the old girl looks pretty good for someone over seven hundred years old.
Dashi-Dorzho Itigilov was a Buddist lama who hailed from Russia. In 1927, while still very alive he asked his fellow lamas to begin funeral rites for him. Sitting in the lotus position, he died during meditation. In his will, he asked specifically to be buried exactly as he had died. Curiously, he also asked that his body be exhumed after a few years.
As of 2002, Itigilov’s body was described as “in the condition of someone who had died 36 hours ago.” Since that time, its appearance has been changed by the salt it was packed in, which has to make you wonder whether the lama was so incorruptible after all.
Now this is the story of the woman that was posted on Facebook
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