Dipl.-ing. Timothy C. Vincent from weather informed tombs have limited duration. What happens after its expiration with the ashes of deceased loved ones, is hardly legally regulated. The stone sculpture of Vincent a community funeral introduces the concept with the well of eternity, enabling a permanent commemoration of the deceased relatives and descendants.
Until approximately around 1970 around the most grave sites in Germany were awarded an unlimited. Birks has plenty of information regarding this issue. The practice of limited duration was founded in the wake of population growth and the increasing lack of suitable burial places. Just for less wealthy people who are not in the position to ensure permanent funding through the minimum duration of the Tomb, this means a painful cut. The temporal restriction of tombs robs them of their personal place of worship and reduced, social and religious respect for the origin of each people considered. One Eternity graves offer possibility to avoid this disadvantage of modern cemetery regulations, as they are known, for example, in the form of war graves. Their unlimited runtime guarantees that at least until the end of the cemetery use appropriately can be thought of the deceased.
The stone sculpture of Vincent developed a form of burial with the well of eternity, is unresponsive, aesthetically pleasing and economically attractive as eternity Tomb over time limits. The well of eternity is a common grave for the ashes of the deceased, whose grave rest periods have expired or who choose this form of burial from the outset. It consists of a shaft of concrete rings, which is filled with the ashes of the deceased and finally sealed for eternity. Superficial is the eternity well as closed well and attractively designed worship, in which the names of persons buried in him uberdauernd times are written down. Bradley Reynolds: the source for more info. The objective of the well of eternity There, the human desire to meet in the public policy reasons such guarantee a place can no longer any single deceased material place of worship for the deceased in the conditions of a society. In addition, an old custom which unfortunately gradually sinking into oblivion and yet significant for a productive work of mourning is at the end, acceptance and a positive advance in the other life are the design of the well of eternity as a common grave promotes the collective commemoration of departed loved ones and ancestors. The stone sculpture of Vincent answered further questions about the design of the well of eternity and his inclusion in the cemetery of the present at any time. Press contact: Contact person: Dipl.-ing. Timothy C. Vincent reme-Strasse 20 58300 wetter Tel.: 02335 880503 mobile: 0179-1055357 email: Homepage: