Martin Schwinzerl is preparing to die.

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DISPOSAL
Either my urn should be placed in a geostationary orbit above my house or (if that is tecnically not possible, because gestationary orbits are too crouded or it's to expensive to place my urn up there), then spread my ashes somehow in space, it's up to my beloved ones to find a place where they want me to be (should I do all the work on my own, I mean, after all, it is MY funeral!). If everything fails, bury my corpse plant a tree on my grave site. Note to my relatives/beloved ones/offspring/... : Feel free to have no obligations, if my funeral happens under extreme circumstances (wars, epidemics with mass graves, earthquakes, tsunamis, ... )

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RELIGION
Although I'm legally (still) member of the catholic church, I consider myself as an agnostic, with a leaning towards atheism. If the visitors of my funeral feel better when there is a ceremony by a priest, I have no objections to that, leaving, that no representative of a religious community is allowed to make (imho far streched) promises and predictions for a life past death. I mean, after all, one of the persons that can savely make such statements at my funeral will be me, myself, and if I decide to stay silent on that particular topic, then the others should feel obliged to do the same.

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MUSIC
1.) Naked Lunch - God (to break the ice) 2.) The bright eyes - Landlocked blues (my way of saying good bye) 3.) Bob Dylan - Shelter from the storm (For those left behind) For backgrounding, when there are delays, or while people gather (funerals in austria have a different protocoll than funerals in other countries, and vice versa) play the albums "Funeral" from Arcade Fire and "No more shall we part" by Nick Cave and the Bad seeds. If people start to cry or scream or rip out their hair and throw ashes above their balds, try to ease the mood by playing "Happy Phantom" by Tori Amos or "When I'm dead, I'm gone" by Fury in the slaughterhouse (a terrible band, but a fitting song)

READINGS


EPITAPH
Either a stolen one "He loved the stars too much to be afraid of the night" or "looser, dreamer, physicist" or (more profan) "made in austria"

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