Your dead body is collected and cleaned, then taken to the ‘place of embalming’, called the wabet.
The men who practice the art of embalming are highly respected, as they are responsible for preparing you for eternal life. In order to remove some of your internal organs, a ‘slicer’ priest makes a long cut along the left side of your stomach. Your organs will be removed and embalmed separately, although your heart is left in your body — you will need this later on.
A hooked instrument is used to pull the brain out of the head through your nose.
(DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME.)