Creme or Cement

The crematorium on my map of Bath is marked “Crem” and “Cemy”, the crematory and cemetery. It always makes me think of creme and cement. That’s your choice when you die. Cremation or Burial. Coincidentally, dead bodies are kept in a mortuary, which is very “mortar” like. And a morgue is like “more glue”. As usual, there is a story behind the words…

Creme Ate…
Cremate means to “consume by fire”. The dictionary says that Creme de la Creme is the elite. The elite consume our dead bodies by fire. The Creme ate us. They cremate us. Cremations are now the most common method of body disposal, they are supposedly cheaper and take up less space. It’s a very spiritual process isn’t it?

Creme Brûlée…
…seems to be a dish that symbolises cremation, the consuming by fire. Burnt Cream is the version that originates from Trinity College Cambridge, which is an education centre for the elite, the Creme. Burnt Cream and cremations both started to take off at the same time, in the late 19th century. The dish is also known as crema catalana, which makes me wonder about the Cat that got the cream.

Death Factories…
Maternity units are birth factories, and Crematoriums are death factories. In Bath, each funeral has a half hour slot, guests go in one door, and out another 30 minutes later so you don’t get mixed up with the next lot coming in. Of course the professionals involved are lovely, and doing their best to make it an ok thing under very strange circumstances. Meanwhile the real production process goes on behind the scenes, behind the curtain, while the funeral director directs the show.

Creamed bone…
The cremation process does not produce the “ashes”. It strips and sterilises the bone. You are stripped to the bone. The bone is made of strong stuff. To get the “ashes”, the bones are put into a Cremulator, to be creamed, or ground to powder. A bit like a mill. It reminds me of Jack and the Beanstalk. The giant says “I will grind your bones to make my bread”. Where does the creamed bone end up, I wonder? Grist mill sounds a bit like gristle, doesn’t it? Bone gristle. And “grist to the mill” means to take advantage of. Where did that saying come from?

Bone Ash…
Bone Ash is a product for sale on the internet, supposedly from “animal” bones. The process to make commercial bone ash seems to be the exact same two stages as the human cremation and cremulation. Human bone ash is the final product of the human Death Factory. Families and relatives pay to make human bone ash, but who pays to make the animal bone ash? Sounds like human bone ash could be cheaper. Human bone ash is weighed for data collection purposes, it’s usually about 4lbs female and 6lbs male. It is packaged in sealed plastic, and labelled with your unique identifier, like a pack on a supermarket shelf, which emphasises the factory production process.

Beau Nash…
Beau Nash was a leading figure in Bath in the Georgian era, known as the Master of Ceremonies. He was nicknamed Beau because he was into all the culture and entertainment. Yeah right. Did no one notice the sound of his name? The Beau Nash cinema is now the Komedia comedy club and entertainment venue. I am pretty sure it’s where the two keys of Bath cross, I have been wondering about its significance for a while, and I think this is it. The line of the King Key extends out of Bath to pass within 400m of the Crematorium grounds, with the Crematory itself placed in the closest corner possible to that line. If you follow the line the other way, you get to Cambridge, home of Burnt Cream.

Bone China…
…is made from 50% bone ash, and hence some vegetarians boycott china tea cups. The elites are known for drinking their tea out of bone china, aren’t they? The Creme cremate us, and drink tea from our bones.

China Clay…
25% of bone china is sourced from china clay. And the other 25% from Cornish stone. Both mined in Cornwall. Not surprising that a big name elite, Prince Charles, is Duke of Cornwall. So your teacup is half bone, half Cornish land devastation. China Clay is quite a big industry for the UK. I didn’t know we had any big industries any more.

Concrete…
Concrete seems to have ash as part of its composition, and sometimes this is bone ash. The Romans used ash from around Vesuvius, and I am reminded of Pompeii and all the dead bodies within the ash. How handy to build a city next to a volcano. So the construction industry is quite a customer. And where there is demand to be fed, our monetary world will always come up with the supply.

By products…
All factory processes have waste products to sell off cheap. We are all conditioned to recycling being A GOOD THING, can’t argue with that. Cremation has metal from teeth and jewellry that is removed with magnets. Scrap metal fetches good prices. What about the bone ash, does all of it go to the relatives? Or is there some left over, some spare.

Bone Char…
Bone char is charred “animal” bones. It is used for filtering water, refining sugar, anti caking agent (in any powdered food to stop it sticking, especially table salt), raising agent (flour and cakes again), petroleum jelly (Vaseline for your mouth), black pigment for ink. There is really quite a lot of commercial demand for bones. And we are approving of it by buying it.

Bone Meal…
You have to pay and register to scatter the ashes. But it’s done automatically because it’s in fertiliser. Farmers and gardeners buy fertiliser containing Bone Meal and scatter the stuff everywhere anyway. Bone meal is reminding me of the Tea Ceremony and the bone in tea and bread and cakes. “For all the tea in china” is now taking on a different meaning.

Gas Chambers…
The burning of human bodies is reminiscent of the Nazi gas chambers. They love their gas don’t they? The coffin goes into a confined space, and is sealed in. The cremation burning is fuelled by gas. The holocaust gas chambers are called crematoria. I guess they just speed it up in WW2 with no relatives to worry about, no show, no audience. By coincidence one of the Holocaust Crematoria was named Krema 1. That’s Greek for cream.

Auto Spy…
Autopsy is on the increase, since all non hospital deaths are now treated as suspicious. It’s a way of being nosey, an automatic right to spy on us, and collect more data. In other times, heads of dead bodies were cut off at death to prevent resurrection or ascension. The autopsy process would surely be a criminal act if it wasn’t endorsed by the government, in the same way that murder during war is valid.

Unzip the Body…
The body is usually cut like a Y. Think of a zip. A V cut to the sternum, then vertical down to the pubis. Watch out for related clothing symbology, such as zips, and large V necks, or part open shirts. It puts a new meaning behind the word “cleavage”. The skin is peeled back and the organs removed and weighed. Maybe our body is just another layer of clothing, but I personally don’t want a pathological pathologist undressing me. The whole thing reminds me of the Savile cases of necrophilia and his free access to morgues at hospitals.

Rib Bone Cutting Ceremony…
A rib bone is cut to access the organs, and this is like the Ribbon cutting ceremony for ships, hospitals etc. A dead ship looks a bit like a rib cage. And boats have a stern, like sternum. Kate recently cut a blue ribbon to launch a new ship, and she has blue ribbon on her new Coat of Arms. It would be blue wouldn’t it to go with the blue genes and blue blood, controlling bloodlines and deaths and rebirths. The birth or berth of the Royal new ship and baby reminds me that cremation is creation with a Masonic M inserted.

Scalp…
A scalp.el is used to cut off the scalp and the top of the skull is sawn off too. The brain is taken out and weighed and measured. It reminds me of the trophy that is kept by some tribes after murders. The coroner is so called after the corona, the crown chakra that is removed with the scalp. The coroner presides over the inquest, the judgement part of the Death Process. The Statue of Justice with weighing scales and sword reminds me of this Auto Spy process. This statue is high up above the entrance to the Guildhall in Bath, the seat of power in Bath and it looks down on us all.

The Mortuary Table…
This is where the embalming process takes place after death. It has religious significance, and is therefore a Ceremony. It is justified nowadays by the gap of time that takes place between death and disposal. There are increasing stories of bodies coming alive again at this stage of the Death Processing when they are out of the fridge. No chance of that after the embalmer is done with his poisons and cuts and injections, all things that would be criminal if not condoned by the government.

Grave…
If you are not creamed, you are cemented into a grave. The heavy weight of tons of soil is put on top of you, and The Masons come in here with your nicely carved headstone to cement you in, weigh you down with gravity, your serious grave state. No chance of getting out of that one. It reminds me that “prima gravida” is first time mother. There is heavy grave gravity in birth too.

Crime programming…
There are so many crime programs and books around, such as Sherlock Holmes. They get us used to the idea of data collection and analysis after death. Everyone is fascinated by it, and maybe the demand for explanations then overrides our desire for spiritual harmony. The spiritual value is shoved into second place, the authorities are in control, and families and friends are told what to do. With a few tiny choices thrown in, like the type of coffin is your choice. If you chose to deal with a dead body of someone near or dear in your own way, YOU would be labelled the criminal.

Recycling…
It seems the elite are interfering with our next steps after this life, whatever that may be. Maybe they are stopping the natural process stone dead. Or maybe they are controlling the recycling of our souls, so that we are reborn under their control once again. It seems unlikely they would just let us go onto something better. Why are they stuffing poisons in our bodies, cutting off our scalps, cutting out our organs, and grinding our bones? Just as we start to work it all out, we get recycled and have to start again. Recycling is good though isn’t it? Everyone knows that. Lots of recycling advertising around at the moment to tell us so. RIP it up and start again.

In memory…
I dedicate this post to my good friend who died recently and unexpectedly, and was found by friends with a (probably china) pot of tea in front of her, about to drink it when she died. She was embalmed, autospied and creamed. She wrote her own offline paper “blog”, she didn’t need to be internet savvy to work things out and share with others. She also gave me the ideas for at least two other posts before she died, Queen Bee and Dark Satanic Mills. I started notes for this post before her death, which is an unsettling coincidence. The autopsy failed to decode her death, so we were free to make up our own story, and maybe that’s the way it should be. Wherever she has gone, her influence and inspiration still carry on.

(Earlier related posts: Dark Satanic Mills, Adam and Eve, Decoding the Murder of Jesus, Data Money, The Three Obelisks, Gas Time Bomb, The Bath Keys, Blue Genes, More Rubbish, Bath Alignments, Karma Acceptance, Unique Key, No Audience No Show)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bone_char
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bone_ash
http://ferrocement.net/ferro/files/pozzolans-uwe.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crème_brûlée
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cremation_in_the_Christian_World http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2008/feb/16/healthandwellbeing.weekend2

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2 Responses to Creme or Cement

  1. 5ocietyx says:

    We wake in the morn and mourn at a wake. There were a few other things to do with the Miller/Banker thing that I forgot to mention…X

    • suliwebster says:

      Yes. Was recently thinking that myself…
      There is also a water wake after a ship, oh no not ships again. The wake seems to be what’s left behind to fill the void. Death can be termed “went to sleep” or “put to sleep”. Death certainly has an impact on everyone in its mourning wake, and maybe it has an awakening impact.
      When you are a wake after sleep, maybe you mourn/morn the fun and freedom of the psychic dream world.
      The hymn Morning Has Broken comes to mind. When you break out of the mourning stage and everything has settled into its new place, it can feel quite good I find.

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