Monday, 28 May 2012

leka na raka

The mummy is well-preserved in almost alive state.  Mummies discovered in the past from Egypt are more than 3000 years old and in less than perfect condition.  And the most recent mummy found is about 90 years old..
Aired on a television programme by courtesy of National Geographic it showed a beautiful 2 year old dolly girl (above) being preserved in an airtight sealed glass coffin after her accidental death from pneumonia  in the early 1920s and her wealthy parents could not bear to let her go.  They engaged a famous chemist from New York to embalm the tiny corpse with all the natural substances hoping that some newfound medicine could revive her one day.  It has been few hundred years and she looks like Snow-white in her sweet slumber kept in a church’s underground chamber still waiting for her potion for life.
Read the original text…..
January 26, 2009–She’s one of the world’s best-preserved bodies: Rosalia Lombardo, a two-year-old Sicilian girl who died of pneumonia in 1920. “Sleeping Beauty,” as she’s known, appears to be merely dozing beneath the glass front of her coffin in the Capuchin Catacombs of Palermo, Italy.
Now an Italian biological anthropologist, Dario Piombino-Mascali of the Institute for Mummies and the Iceman in Bolzano, has discovered the secret formula that preserved Rosalia’s body so well. (Piombino-Mascali is funded by the National Geographic Society’s Expeditions Council. National Geographic News is owned by the National Geographic Society.)
Piombino-Mascali tracked down living relatives of Alfredo Salafia, a Sicilian taxidermist and embalmer who died in 1933. A search of Salafia’s papers revealed a handwritten memoir in which he recorded the chemicals he injected into Rosalia’s body: formalin, zinc salts, alcohol, salicylic acid, and glycerin.
Formalin, now widely used by embalmers, is a mixture of formaldehyde and water that kills bacteria. Salafia was one of the first to use this for embalming bodies. Alcohol, along with the arid conditions in the catacombs, would have dried Rosalia’s body and allowed it to mummify. Glycerin would have kept her body from drying out too much, and salicylic acid would have prevented the growth of fungi.
But it was the zinc salts, according to Melissa Johnson Williams, executive director of the American Society of Embalmers, that were most responsible for Rosalia’s amazing state of preservation. Zinc, which is no longer used by embalmers in the United States, petrified Rosalia’s body.
“Zinc gave her rigidity,” Williams said. “You could take her out of the casket prop her up, and she would stand by herself.”
And now the scary part. ….

 a to juz to co mamy jesc! a raczej nie jesc! palcoweczka sie klania)

a tutaj mam opowiesc o witaminie B17, ktora leczy raka?? cos tam slyszlam ale to ,ze jest zakazana prze koncerny to nie. trudno ludzie wiedza swoje a wklad nad wyraceniem trybsinu mial prof John Beard z Edinburgha. to Amigdalina!!!!

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