5th Dimension Prophecy


In the not too distant future funerals as we know them will cease to exist.  Instead the lives of loved ones will be celebrated with compassion in a service or privately.

There will be no more burials because the bodies pollute the land.  Instead they will be cremated and the ashes placed in small sealed containers for relatives to either keep or throw away.

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9 thoughts on “5th Dimension Prophecy

  1. Jeanette

    Thank you, I have no intention of being buried, but being cremated.

    • Thanks Jeanette! I have always hated burials and funerals. My parents were both cremated and that is my wish too. It is painful enough losing someone so I am in favor of removing the current funeral process.

      • Jeanette

        my sister has some of my mum’s Ashes in a ring. I have some of mum’s Ashes in a little pot.

  2. Phyllis

    Good to know…Cremation is our wishes as well with a private celebration out in the backyard.

  3. Carina

    I use to agree and wanted to be creamated but I heard something that brought back the significance. Gaia or Earth absorbs nutrients. We use to have great nutricious soil. One thing they started doing was putting us in boxes, or in concrete rectangles and stack them. This was the start of declining soil. Before “Big” whatever came along. Just me in the back yard so animals and mother nature can reabsorb nutrients.
    P.S. I eat healthy 🙂 just a different take.

    • Thank you for your response Carina!

  4. Henry Z

    I agree. It is already happening. I have attented some really joyful celebrations of life. I am advocating for what I call Tree burials and the elimination of chemical embalming which really polutes the earth. Bodies could be frozen temporarily and burried in a hole with a tree planted over the body. The body can then feed the tree’s growth. The circle of life. The trees could be protected for a period of time – say 50 – 100 years.

    • Thank you Henry for your comment on this post!

  5. Thank you Henry for your comment on this post!

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