Have you ever thought about saying goodbye to this world in a legendary way? Have you ever thought about having your own Viking Style Funeral?
Viking Burial Ritual is Legal in the US
It would be great for you to be able to make your last trip to Valhalla and finally meet Odin in his palace in Asgard?
If the answer is yes, be happy you are in the right place!
I honestly prefer to stay on this earth for a little longer but maybe in the future, I could consider this.
You must have earned the honor in your life to be chosen by the Valkyries. However, even if you are not sure of your moral conduct, Maine is thinking of giving you this gift.
In many states of the U.S.A., the Viking burial ritual is legal. Obviously, it is necessary to rely on professionals in the sector who will ask for the necessary permits to make the ceremony possible.
To cremate a body you need temperatures of 1400 degrees. Since the farewell to a loved one is a delicate moment, there shouldn’t be any unforeseen events.
Maine is in fact legalizing open air cremations just like Colorado and many other states.
It will then be up to you to decide whether to be put on a Drakkar (Viking boat) in flames to walk like a hero on the Elysian fields.
The freedom of being able to choose how to make the leap into the parallel world is in my opinion very interesting.
Viking Burial Ritual is Legal in the US
Death is part of life and each person metabolizes this great mystery in his own way. Religion has always tried to give some answers but in the end, one must find the answers within oneself. It is too sensitive and personal subject.
The insatiable curiosity of human nature that always pushes us to imagine things before they happen has allowed men to create temples, symbols of magnificent beauty.
Death has always inspired life … isn’t that weird?
The “Good Ground, Great Beyond” funeral service has already obtained permits for open-air cremation.
If you are interested in evaluating this hypothesis here is the link:
They’ll end up with charred, but largely intact human corpses floating down the rivers or washing up on the beach. It takes more that a wood fire in a row boat to cremate a human to ash.
Exactly. The only way this makes sense is if they permit the burning boats with ashes aboard that were cremated ahead of time.
So that means when I die Maine is the only state that allowed Viking funerals. How much and what part of Maine I have to go.
John brenner. The purpose of a funeral phire .is to give back to the earth.its not a floating corpse its all the things weve taken in our journey put back into play. Besides this is how i have always wished to be celebrated, as a king
I think the issue of corpses returning to shore could be managed by towing the funerary boats off shore a significant enough distance to reduce the chance of this. That will incur complication and expense, tho.
I absolutely luv going out Viking style !! ❤️❤️
Luv it !! Seriously, the only way to go !! Sign me up, when it’s time !! ❤️❤️
Amazing!!! I’m so in!!! I wouldn’t wanna go any other way!!!!
The Norse(“Viking” was a job, and most Norse people were farmers and artisans) didn’t do this. They burnt their dead on a funeral pyre, or buried them. The boat burning nonsense is a myth.
thanks for letting us know
First off I’m going to set this record straight not only did the Vikings do this at sea but the Celts also the Greeks did as well and there’s historical proof to back this up so I don’t know where you’re getting your sources. I on the other hand I am a pagan man and this is the burial I have chosen for my death,there are even books written back in that time Even in Egypt on the walls stating that these burials did take place way back in early civilizations for you to sit here and say they didn’t happen it’s almost like you’re being racist against our own kind because you’re not stating facts you’re discriminating against something that you know nothing about thinking that you know something when for thousands of years these burials have taken place their written on stone walls why would our ancestors take the time to put the bodies on boats in the water burning wrapped in a sheet if these burials were fake where do you think the idea came from and if this is about pollution there is a compromise biodegradable ships we have factories cars you name it polluting our Earth today it isn’t going to be any worse sending a body on a sinking ship out to sea it shouldn’t matter anyway cuz of if a person chooses to go out like this it’s there will it’s their last dying wish should they not get that right.are you going to deny that person that right if it’s their will if it’s their faith if so then you’re what’s wrong with this world today helga ve thetta ok hindra alli ilska
Thanks for sharing this, I’m just reposting news I’m not stating that other populations didn’t do that.
You ought to check your sources better. This has literally nothing to do with actual viking age burial.
read here: https://www.history.com/news/how-did-the-vikings-honor-their-dead
Who wrote this article?
It’s written like a sixth graders’ theme.
And I doubt it would get past a competent editor.
a sixth grader wrote it 🙂
Ya forgot one of the most famous of alll….Kirk Douglas in The Vikings!!!
A very interesting article.
how ridiculous can you american’ts continue to be?
I don’t know it seems we just CAN’T help ourselves
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