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Date Posted: 16:13
Author: ketch - 5 Jun 2001
Subject: Re: Yogananda's alleged immutability
In reply to: Mike C - 5 Jun 2001 's message, "Re: Yogananda's alleged immutability" on 16:12

Yes, that was how I understood it, but I will not be able to check what the letter actually said for a few days (Charles, can you help us again?).

The letter spoke of an embalming process used when a body is to be preserved for public viewing for a few weeks, and this was not done, however I am not sure if there was also a "normal" embalming process which was used routinely in California at that time, even when a body was to be disposed of in a few days. If such a process did exist I am not sure if it was used or not.

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