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In the 19th century, Darwin brought humans down to the level of enlightened apes, and governments immediately began to go down the path of dehumanizing humanity.
For a generation, unborn babies have been labeled “fetus” and “tissue,” dehumanizing them so that people can kill their babies with no twinge of conscience. Life is cheap in Babylon.
Washington and Colorado, both dominated by Democrats, were the first to legalize human compost as an alternative way of treating those who have died. Now Oregon’s governor has signed a bill allowing human compost there as well. It is always interesting to see how God drives the wicked insane so that they fulfill prophecy.
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Oregon Gov. Kate Brown has signed a bill legalizing human composting.
Brown signed House Bill 2574 on Tuesday, which will legalize what’s also known as natural organic reduction. It also clarifies rules surrounding alkaline hydrolysis, known as aqua cremation.
The law goes into effect on July 1, 2022.
Rep. Pam Marsh, from Southern Jackson County, who co-sponsored the bill with Rep. Brian Clem, said she decided to sponsor the bill because her constituents are interested in alternative after-death options.
Washington state legalized composting human remains in 2020 and Colorado did so earlier this year.
One can only hope that Governor Kate Brown will be the first to volunteer to be treated as dung on the ground. She could be a prime example of the fulfillment of that which was prophesied in Jeremiah 8:1, 2,
1 “At that time,” declares the Lord, “they will bring out the bones of the kings of Judah and the bones of its princes, and the bones of the priests and the bones of the prophets, and the bones of the inhabitants of Jerusalem from their graves. 2 They will spread them out to the sun, the moon, and to all the host of heaven, which they have loved and which they have served, and which they have gone after and which they have sought, and which they have worshiped. They will not be gathered or buried; they will be as dung on the face of the ground.