I DON'T EXPECT TO SELL A LOT OF THIS,BUT...

Soap Me Up ~

A woman who died of Yellow Fever sometime in the 19th century was buried in soil with certain chemical properties . . . that turned her into soap!

We encountered the woman's body at the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia 6 years ago.

Science calls this phenomenon saponification. It is when fat tissues chemically change into adipocere. This can happen indifferently if you have been embalmed or not.

We investigated this endeavor and learned that In Lake Crescent, Washington, a murdered woman's body came to the surface of the lake three years after her death in 1937, and a witness said, "She had the consistency of... Ivory soap."

But how could a body, submerged in water, be acted upon by anaerobic bacteria? One would think the oxygen in the water would preclude it. A very likely answer is that there is a thermocline, a layering effect where the upper, changeable parts of a body of water separate out from the deeper, colder, temperature-stable areas; these remain undisturbed for long periods of time. This means the oxygen mixing that goes on at the upper reaches of the water doesn't make its way to the lower reaches. I suspect the cold environment and the stillness, also mean that any aerobic bacteria use up extra oxygen until there isn't enough to support more oxygen-thirsty life forms.

So when Hallie Illingworth's body was pulled out of that cold Washington lake, she looked almost perfect. "She was full formed as in life; what had been an attractive woman; even her mass of auburn hair seemed strangely natural, almost untouched in appearance by the watery grave from which she had just been removed." She was white as marble, almost shiny in her perfection. If she were a saint, it would be safe that she would be designated incorruptible.

Grave wax tends to be a strange substance, smooth and, when it's had time, relatively hard and brittle (not always; it depends on the conditions). The Soap Lady is considered so fragile that they don't dare move her unless absolutely necessary. It tends to begin on the outside of the corpse - the longer the body has been interred, the deeper the saponification penetrates.

After learning about and seeing this phenomena in person we heard about a Shaman who has collaborated with individuals to make soap out of their bodies once they die.

There are many environmentalists who want to see their bodies be used, and this arrangement has helped make soap for people that brings with it the richest silkiness and essentials to make the softest, prettiest skin you have ever had.

He has so far worked with 12 people who have signed their bodies over to him --- he retrograded their bodies to go back to the substant stage prior to birth which causes the saponification to start.

You can now purchase the soap that was made from these bodies and it will enrich you with ultimate powers of the purest sincerity and grant you amazing beauty.

Do not be disgusted with the fact that the soap was made from deceased bodies -- it has additives and scent to enrich it, and it smells wonderful.

These are amazing and unlike any other soap or beauty aide in which you can purchase anywhere!

I DON'T EXPECT TO SELL A LOT OF THIS BUT WE DO BRING YOU THE WEIRD AND UNUSUAL SO THIS IS ALL PART OF IT.
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