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Mandrake is the common name for members of the plant genus Mandragora, particularly the species Mandragora officinarum, belonging to the nightshades family (Solanaceae). Because mandrake contains deliriant hallucinogenic tropane alkaloids such as atropine, scopolamine, apoatropine, hyoscyamine and the roots sometimes contain bifurcations causing them to resemble human figures, their roots have long been used in magic rituals, today also in neopagan religions such as Wicca and Germanic revivalism religions such as Odinism.

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The Reserection of Christ - Jesus The Zombie. Raising the dead Romeo and Juliet style.


(Right image) Henbane - Hyoscyamus niger, also known as stinking nightshade or black henbane, is a plant of the family Solanaceae that originated in Eurasia, though it is now globally distributed.

It was historically used in combination with other plants, such as mandrake, deadly nightshade, and datura as an anaesthetic potion, as well as for its psychoactive properties in "magic brews" These psychoactive properties include visual hallucinations and a sensation of flight. (As in witchcraft)

Its usage was originally in continental Europe, Asia and the Arab world, though it did spread to England in the Middle Ages. The use of Henbane by the ancient Greeks was documented by Pliny. The plant, recorded as Herba Apollinaris, was used to yield oracles by the priestesses of Apollo.

The best documented case of Zombieism.

The Resurrection.

This image of Zombie Jesus (right) may have an element of truth to it.

Is it possible that people can change their state and turn into a Zombie in such a way...... yes!

It is quite conceivable that the tincture given to Jesus during the crucifixion was a mixture of alcohol/vinegar, henbane and opium and just like in Shakespeare's - Romeo and Juliet - he then slept in a coma for three days and then arose once the narcotic potion had worn off. 


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I don't doubt that Jesus was crucified. I do however believe that Christ was not resurrected because he didn't actually die in the process.

The reason being that he was treated with a Zombie drug whilst on the cross and was taken down between 3 and 6 hours after he was put up. 

Most crucifixions were left up for 3 days gradually dying of asphyxiation due to pressure on the diaphram.

It's well documented that Jesus was twice offered a potion on a swab not long after he was nailed up.

Either of these tinctures could have contained both Henbane and Mandrake. These narcotics usually used together can be used to induce a Zombie state lowering the heart rate enough to make the person seem dead. Both were well known at the time and are mentioned in Biblical texts.

The Crucialfiction - Joseph White - 2007

Was Jesus Christ a Zombie that arose from the grave?

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(Above image) A suffering patient bends over this brazier fueled by burning seeds.  The fumes from henbane seeds were believed to drive the worm out of the aching tooth.


These compounds could have been mixed with alcohol and opium and were easy to come by. Mandrake is mentioned in Jewish texts numerous times. Look it up yourself. Don't take my word for it. It's all about the swab given to Christ at the crucifixion.

Jesus was well known as a healer. He was extremely good at it.

He is said to have performed medical miracles on many occasions, and would have had an intimate knowledge of herbs of which many are indigeonous of that part of the mediteranian.

If he did live in Kashmir and became a Buddhist monk then he would also have had knowledge of herbs and medication from that region also.

Most notably Opium and a powerfull type of Black Hashish.


Did he learn accupuncture or other highly effective Eastern medical knowledge?

He may have laced the fish at the feeding of the 5000 with an opiate based drug thus making people feel full up and satisfied.

It's difficult to say as much of the Gospels were written hundreds of years later by people who wern't present during his life.

It does however ask some interesting questions about many other of the supposed miracles that he performed.

Zombie Jesus

(Left video) Ancient Aliens - Angels and Aliens (S2-E7) 44 mins


Were the Angels of the ancient texts in fact extraterrestrials?

Did they mate with our women? The tales of Enoch, the Nephilim.

The Sumerians, Babylonians, Egyptians and the Mayans all have depictions of supernatural beings with wings. A nice look at jetpacks and some of the flying machines mentioned in the Old Testement. The story of Jacobs Ladder may well be an account of a close encouner. Were some of these angels impersonating Gods in an attemp to malipulate primitive peoples?



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Jesus Was A Buddhist Monk - BBC Documentary


I recently found this very interesting video that adds creedence to my controversial theory that Jesus used a Zombie drug to survive the crucifixion. It goes into some detail about the time he spent on the cross that supports my research claims above.

Pontius Pilate was not covinced that Jesus was dead after such a short crucifixion.


The Nights Templar were forced to leave the holy land. Did they find the bones of Christ?

It also goes into some detail about the spunge on a stick tincture that was given to Jesus to drink from.

"They filled a sponge with vinegar and put it upon hyssop and put it to his mouth".

- John 19:29

"When Jesus had recieved the vinegar he said" " It is finished"  - John 19:30




Hyssopis a generic term still used today.


It is used as an ingredient in eau de Cologne and the liqueur Chartreuse.

It is also used to color the spirit Absinthe, along with Melissa and Roman wormwood. Hyssop is also used, usually in combination with other herbs such as liquorice, in herbal remedies, especially for lung conditions.


It is also often used to fill the Catholic ceremonial Aspergillum, which the priest dips into a bowl of holy water, and sprinkles onto the congregation to bless them. To wit, the invocation in the Psalm Miserere states Thou shalt purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean:. However, researchers have suggested that the Biblical accounts refer not to the plant currently known as hyssop but rather to one of a number of different herbs.

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So when the tincture was applied to Christ on the cross it probably did contain hyssop of some sort.

The type used in lung treatment.

This would have stopped him asphyxiating from the pressure on the chest as many did during crucifixion.

Mixed with henbane it would ahave also been a powerfull sedative that would have made him seem dead to most people.

The perfect combination for a "Zombie Resurrection".

The herbs that were taken to Jesus's tomb after the crucifixion were alloes which are for healing not embalming. Was he merely resussitated?

The video also goes on to say that Jesus went to live in Cashmir where he is now buried.

"My Zombie Jesus Theory" Update.


Could it be that when Jesus resurrected Lazerus after he had supposedly been dead for 4 days, he then found out about the use of henbane (as mentioned in the article at the top of the page) as a coma inducing narcotic?


Did Jesus then use it to perform the same Zombie trick later when he himself was crucified? 

Is this one of the secrets of the resurrection? It's quite possible.

Jesus went to India and became a Buddhist - Get over it.