What are the 8 steps to mummification?

There is more than 8 steps to mummification.
Embalming
Step 1: The body is washed with palm wine.
Step 2: The body is rinsed with water from the Nile River.
Step 3: A small cut is made in the left side of the body.
Step 4: The internal organs which are the liver, lungs, small intestines, and large intestines, are removed.
Step 5: The brains are removed. A long hook inserted through the nose will pull the brains out. (The Egyptians did not know what the brain was for, so they removed it.)
Step 6: The body is covered and stuffed with natron. This is known as the drying stage.
Step 7: Wait forty days for the body to dry.
Step 8: The body will be washed with water from the Nile River.
Step 9: The body is covered with sweet smelling oils.
Step 10: The body is stuffed with dry things, such as sawdust, leaves, and linen.
Step 11: The body is covered with more oils.
Step 12: The internal organs are put into the canopic jars.
Now the body is ready for the next stage, wrapping.


Wrapping
Step 1: The head and neck are wrapped.
Step 2: The fingers and toes are wrapped.
Step 3: The arms and legs are wrapped.
Step 4: The sacred amulets are placed. The Isis knot, and the Plummet.
Step 5: The spells from the book of the dead are read.
Step 6: The arms and legs are tied together.
Step 7: A scroll is placed between the hands of the deceased.
Step 8: The full body is wrapped.
Step 9: The body is painted with liquid resin as glue.
Step 10: A cloth with Osiris painted on it is wrapped around the body.
Step 11: A large cloth is wrapped around the body.
Step 12: Linen stripes are wrapped around the body to hold the cloth in place.
Step 13: The mummy is put in the first coffin.
Step 14: The mummy is put in the second coffin.
Step 15: The funeral is held.
Step 16: The opening of the mouth ceremony is performed.
Step 17: The mummy is put in the sarcophagus.
Step 18: The mummy is put in its final resting place, the tomb.