An ordained Bhikkhu shared the following with me.
"You have done what is good and wholesome, you have made a shelter from fear. You have not done anything to harm other. You have not been greedy and immoral. You have forgiven the world difficult life pleasure and pain with compassion and after death you will be reborn in a happy destination." … said Buddha before death when he invited all the monks and followers to come and watch how the noble one dies.
I do not know if he paraphrased and I could not find it with a Google search... he was saying the idea that Buddha died from eating bad pork was incorrect.
He was vaguely referencing mushrooms as a possible cause and then also mentioned that Buddha died through some supernatural phenomenon and this was in some Pali sutta.
I was wondering if anyone knew where this quote is from (and hence the rest of the story)?