Real Zoombies: the real story

The zombies that Hollywood shows so often and monstrously, do exist, but far from the recording sets of the famous films; they are found in Haiti, an island that is renowned for the use of voodoo and black magic.


What we’ve always categorized as fiction is real

Voodoo is one of humanity’s oldest religious practices, having more than 7,000 years of history. Haitians fear their enemies too much, because they risk being turned into zombies; so much so that zombification is considered a felony in Haiti’s Political Constitution

Zombies created by voodoo practitioners are the product of a powder that, at the very least contact with the skin, turns the victim into an inert body at the service of the sorcerer who does evil.

Contact with this mysterious dust causes the affected person to drop extreme blood pressure, to the point where his heart emits few three beats per minute, enough to be clinically dead.

The zombie’s body can last a week enclosed in the coffin, because it doesn’t need much oxygen to breathe and after that week, the sorcerer digs it up and makes it ingest a mixture of atropine and scopolamine, which are powerful hallucinogens that keep the body alive, but the brain cannot function again, so it only performs basic functions; they have no will of their own and are left to slave the sorcerer for life.

Wade Davis, a risky scientist who traveled to Haiti, managed to obtain samples of the mysterious dust; he studied it and inferred that some of its components were neurotoxic substances such as tatratodoxine, datura metel, datura stramonium and ducuna pruiriens, substances that he could easily identify.

He discovered that this powder can contain human bones, animal skins, insects and plants of all kinds. Davis was very risky, because mentioning that dust in Haiti is almost impossible, because it represents what the locals fear most.

We do not know how he obtained the samples, because being white was in danger of being turned into a zombie; unquestionably, he had to pay huge amounts of money. 80% of Haitians inject their dead with a substance known as strychnine, to definitively “kill” them and prevent them from falling prey to the fearsome Ahitian warlocks.

Real Zoombies: the real story

The zombies that Hollywood shows so often and monstrously, do exist, but far from the recording sets of the famous films; they are found in Haiti, an island that is renowned for the use of voodoo and black magic.

What we’ve always categorized as fiction is real

Voodoo is one of humanity’s oldest religious practices, having more than 7,000 years of history. Haitians fear their enemies too much, because they risk being turned into zombies; so much so that zombification is considered a felony in Haiti’s Political Constitution.

Zombies created by voodoo practitioners are the product of a powder that, at the very least contact with the skin, turns the victim into an inert body at the service of the sorcerer who does evil.

Contact with this mysterious dust causes the affected person to drop extreme blood pressure, to the point where his heart emits few beats per minute, enough to be clinically dead.

The zombie’s body can last a week enclosed in the coffin, because it doesn’t need much oxygen to breathe and after that week, the sorcerer digs it up and makes it ingest a mixture of atropine and scopolamine, which are powerful hallucinogens that keep the body alive , but the brain cannot function again, so it only performs basic functions; they have no will of their own and are left to slave the sorcerer for life.

Wade Davis, a risky scientist who traveled to Haiti, managed to obtain samples of the mysterious dust; he studied and inferred that some of its components were neurotoxic substances such as tatratodoxine, datura metel, datura stramonium and ducuna pruiriens, substances that he could easily identify.

I discovered that this powder can contain human bones, animal skins, insects and plants of all kinds. Davis was very risky, because mentioning that dust in Haiti is almost impossible, because it represents what the locals fear most.

We don´t know how he obtained the samples, because being white was in danger of being turned into a zombie; unquestionably, he had to pay huge amounts of money. 80% of Haitians inject their dead with a substance known as strychnine, to definitively “kill” them and prevent them from falling prey to the fearsome Ahitian warlocks.

Real Zoombies: the real story
Source: curiosities  
July 28, 2019


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