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USA-science-mummification

Sorceress Cagliastro makes mummies (animals, organs etc) for collection or for specific sorcery. Here she teaches a class in the mummification at the Observatory in Brooklyn. A Bull Frog (sourced from the food industry). After it's organs are removed (some can be mummified and replaced) it is dessicated with embalming salt and then wrapped in linen and painted with resin. ..Picture shows Binding and wrapping of the mummy. Cotton linen is wrapped tightly around the body and sealed with wax. During the dissection the head is removed and must be replaced before the binding this is done with a toothpick protruding from the neck.

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Sorceress Cagliastro makes mummies (animals, organs etc)  for collection or for specific sorcery. Here she teaches a class in the mummification at the Observatory in Brooklyn. A Bull Frog (sourced from the food industry). After it's organs are removed (some can be mummified and replaced) it is  dessicated with embalming salt and then wrapped in linen and painted with resin. ..Picture shows Binding and wrapping of the mummy. Cotton linen is wrapped tightly around the body and sealed with wax. During the dissection the head is removed and must be replaced before the binding this is done with a toothpick protruding from the neck.