Wish you could keep your loved one with you forever? If so, a tattoo made with cremation ashes might be right for you. Learn more from Neptune Society.
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American’s attitudes about religion have changed over the last 50 years. Find out how this is impacting cremation decisions from Neptune Society.
Wondering about LDS or Mormon beliefs about the body, resurrection and cremation? Learn more from Neptune Society.
Jehovah’s Witnesses have unique beliefs about death, resurrection, and cremation. Learn more from Neptune Society.
Hindu beliefs about the soul and the body form the basis for why Hindu funeral rites generally include cremation. Learn more from Neptune Society.
Neptune Society knows that the holidays can be difficult for those who have lost a loved one. Here are a few tips to make it easier to cope with holiday grief.
Neptune Society is giving back to the communities it serves this holiday season through a variety of open houses, charity drives, and other events.
Atheism is America’s fastest growing “religion.” Learn more about atheism and its impact on cremation and funeral planning from Neptune Society.
The cremation industry uses the phrases, “at-need cremation” and “pre-need cremation” a lot – learn what they mean here.
Whether you are preplanning a cremation for yourself or arranging a cremation for a loved one who has already passed away, you may hear the term “cash advance item” used in your planning. Most consumers don’t know what cash advance items are in this context, nor do they understand why they are important. What are… Read more »