What cremation does to body?
What is done with the remains that are left directly after cremation? We refer to cremated remains as ashes but what is left behind is actually bits of bone. After cremation, a special processor grinds the fragments into what we call “cremains.” This is what we mean when we refer to ashes.
What did cremation mean?
Cremation is a process that uses intense heat to turn the remains of a person who has died into ashes. When the cremation process has finished, small amounts of bone will remain, these are taken from the cremator, cooled and placed in a machine which reduces the bone to ashes.
What is another word for cremation?
In this page you can discover 10 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for cremation, like: incineration, cineration, burning-ghat, burial, incremation, interment, cremate, exhumation, pyre and crematorium.
What is called crematorium?
A crematorium or crematory is a venue for the cremation of the dead. Modern crematoria contain at least one cremator (also known as a crematory, retort or cremation chamber), a purpose-built furnace. In some countries a crematorium can also be a venue for open-air cremation.
What is the opposite of cremation?
What is the opposite of cremate?
Where does your soul go if you are cremated?
From a Christian perspective, people who have been cremated can certainly go to Heaven. First, the soul never dies, and when one accepts Christ as their personal savior it is the soul that receives eternal salvation and not the earthly body.
Do you sit up when being cremated?
Does the body sit up during cremation? Yes, this can happen. Due to the heat and the muscle tissue, the body can move as the body is broken down, although this does happen inside the coffin, so it won’t be visible.