I think it's all very interesting. In. corpses are the bodies of saints and (saintesses? help!) who, after being dug up from their graves, are found to have "frozen" in the decomposing process. Apparently it's a prerequisite to becoming a saint. A few of them are on display around the world. Some say it's a hoax, others say it's a work of the divine. There are some corpses that are well over 200 years old, but yet their bodies haven't decayed.
So interesting =3 What's your take on it? If you google it, I'm sure you'd find a bunch of reference images.
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I would want more information on them before I could totally rule on my opinion. I believe from what I know that they were usually buried in areas that naturally mummify... But I don't have answers on all of them. I guess I look at it this way, there are many reasons why a body would not decompose once buried and frankly it could be different for all of them. But the idea that because these people were so wonderful in life that God stopped their bodies from decomposing is just ludicrous! It doesn't even make sense! I mean, how would he know that some stupid people were going to dig these corpses up and memorialize them... NAH! There are real reasons why the decomp stops - Not God!
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