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

I just did a quick check on the internet and it seems that embalming was not a legal requirement. Since the mortuary staff apparently expected to see signs of decay in the body, which would not be the case if embalming were applied, we would have to assume that his body was not embalmed.

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