"I'm sure someone will say that there could be a possible explanation for what we saw but I was there and I know what we encountered, the walking dead of Kharma." - U.S. Military member's statement about his experience in Iraq. (Full letter shown in the article below)
Among the oldest pre-classical accounts of these ancient battles is the The Epic of Gilgamesh, believed to be dated to the 4th Century BC, but chronicles an earlier history of the of ancient civilizations. Tablet VI records an exchange between the Princess Ishtarand her father, Anu, the Sumerian sky-god. Having been spurned on Earth by King Gilgmesh, Ishtar implores her father for the Bull of Heaven, the sacred bull. It is here that the earliest reference to mass cannibalism and zombification is noted:
If you do not give me the Bull of Heaven, I will knock down the Gates of the Netherworld, I will smash the doorposts, and leave the doors flat down. And will let the dead go up to eat the living! And the dead will outnumber the living.
ZOMBIE APOCALYPSE DRILLS AND EXERCISES BY THE U.S. GOVERNMENT
As was recently highlighted in an excellent article by The Rutherford Institute, universities, individual states and the U.S. government itself has referenced the "Zombie Apocalypse" in research papers, drills and, in the case of the CDC a zombie apocalypse preparation kit that "details everything you would need to have on hand in the event the living dead showed up at your front door."
According to CNN, the Pentagon even has a "Zombie apocalypse plan," in an unclassified document titled "CONOP 8888," which includes preparing for Zombie life forms "created via some form of occult experimentation in what might otherwise be referred to as 'evil magic,' to vegetarian zombies that pose no threat to humans due to their exclusive consumption of vegetation, to zombie life forms created after an organism is infected with a high dose of radiation are among the invaders the document outlines.
The Rutherford Institute details far more about CONOP 8888, while highlighting the coincidental timing of playing around with the idea of using "zombies" in drills with a 2008 report, warning that an economic crisis in the U.S. could lead to massive civil unrest that would require the military to intervene and restore order.
After detailing how 8 million Americans are now considered a threat to national security, the Minerva Initiative, a $75 million military-driven research project focused on studying social behavior in order to determine how best to cope with mass civil disobedience or uprisings, the 2009 report on Rightwing and Leftwing Extremism, local police being transformed into extensions of the military, taught to view members of their community as suspects, trained to shoot first and ask questions later, and equipped with all of the technology and weaponry of a soldier on a battlefield, the U.S. government listing segments of the American population as greater threat to America than ISIS or al Qaeda, the Rutherford article states "We the people” or, more appropriately, 'we the zombies' are the enemy in the eyes of the government."
The U.S. military and Department of Homeland Security has held "zombie drills" spending tens of thousands of taxpayer dollars, claiming the use of zombies was to 'add levity" as was explained by ABC News at the time, while the Winnipeg MP Pat Martin asked Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird about America's ongoing preparations for the Zombie Apocalypse in a mocking manner.
"ZOMBIES" IN THE NEWS
In 2012, CNN headlined an article with "Miami 'zombie' attacker may have been using 'bath salts', where they stated "A naked man who chewed off the face of another man in what is being called a zombie-like attack may have been under the influence of "bath salts," a drug referred to as the new LSD, according to reports from CNN affiliates in Miami."
Also in 2012 it was reported by Natural News, that a drug called scopolamine "blocks a person's ability to form memories, and temporarily inhibits his ability to make free will choices."
When inhaled or consumed, in other words, scopolamine can turn any person into a robot that will do whatever another person tells him to do, even if it means robbing his own house.
"The drug ... turns people into complete zombies and blocks memories from forming," wrote the U.K.'s Daily Mail about scopolamine, which is technically a refined, chemically-altered version of the natural, mind-altering substances found in the borrachero tree. Scopolamine is often used in Colombia and elsewhere by criminals to mind-control others for the purpose of committing crimes.
"Scopolamine is a drug like no other. Nothing can compare," said Demencia Black, a Colombian drug dealer, to Vice's Ryan Duffy during an interview that was later compiled into a full-length, investigatory documentary. "You could be walking ... and suddenly 'poof' (implying that you quickly blow scopolamine powder in someone's face) ... with just that flash the person is totally drugged."
Another drug called Flakka is apparently considered a "zombie drug" as reports of crimes in the U.S., UK and France, all reference not only the drug, but state the drug sparks "zombie-like" behavior.
The above referenced articles are simply a small example of what is out there regarding drugs that cause "zombie-like" behavior.
Freeman considered the findings of noted Harvard Archeologist, Lawrence Stager, who unearthed evidence of mass cannibalism at the Roanoke site. He also points to reports from local tribes stating that the colonists died in a great war within their own ranks.
“A sudden undead plague sweeping through the unprepared colony would quickly become a horrific, violent feast, leaving not a single man, woman or child alive.”
He goes on to suggest that the relative isolation of the settlement, and time elapsed before the return of the supply ship, would allow for the remaining colonial zombies to rot back into the earth. Without any humans left to feed on,so no way to spread the infection, the zombie outbreak would have simply died off. If Freeman is correct, there could be something sinister still in the ground on Roanoke Island, waiting to be released into a modern population that is more advanced, more connected, but just as unprepared as ever.
Recent scholarship suggests the Easter Island statues memorialize a prehistoric zombie outbreak. Undeciphered Rongorongo script of Easter Island which has characters that are clearly inspired by the undead.
Clues include the as yet undeciphered Rongorongo script of Easter Island,which has characters that are clearly inspired by the undead.
SCIENTISTS PLAY WITH DEADLY VIRUSES AND LAB ACCIDENTS
Those are only two examples and an in-depth investigative report by USA Today in 2015 uncovered "hundreds of lab accidents and near-miss incidents that occurred in biological laboratories working with dangerous pathogens in recent years, putting scientists and sometimes even the public at risk." These labs are all working with working with "select agents" — the government's term for viruses, bacteria and toxins that have the potential to be used as bioweapons.
Since last summer, lab safety has drawn concern from the public and policymakers in the wake of several high-profile accidents at federal laboratories. Last year, labs at the CDC had serious mishaps with anthrax, Ebola virus and a deadly strain of avian influenza, and forgotten vials of deadly smallpox virus were discovered in an unauthorized storage room at the National Institutes of Health. In recent weeks, the Pentagon has scrambled to locate dozens of live anthrax specimens an Army lab in Utah mistakenly shipped to labs across the country and abroad for 10 years that were believed to have been killed with irradiation but weren't fully inactivated.
These incidents are just a few of the hundreds that have occurred in recent years at labs operated by universities, private defense contractors and government agencies, the USA TODAY investigation revealed.
"The number of lapses in biosafety that were uncovered is alarming," said Amesh Adalja, a senior associate at the UPMC Center for Health Security, a think-tank that studies policy issues relating to biosecurity, epidemics and disasters.
In September 2015, The Daily Mail reported on a man that was pronounced dead and then buried in 1962, showed up 18 years later described as a "heavy-footed, vacant-eyed man." He had supposedly been "resurrected" by a witch doctor.
WEAPONIZING DRUGS AND VIRUSES - WE ARE THE WALKING DEAD
So while the Canadian House of Commons laugh and the U.S. military and the DHS claim the use of a threat of a "zombie apocalypse" is for levity and CDC spokesman Dave Daigle told FoxNews.com that their zombie preparedness campaign was "tongue-in-cheek campaign," to take advantage of the popularity and the idea was "reaching an audience or a segment we'd never reach with typical messages," knowing that there are multiple drugs in existence today that have already caused cannibalism and zombie-like behavior.
In December 2014, the Inquistr wrote "Out of the many predictions for 2015, a zombie apocalypse virus probably seems like a bad joke considering the recent Ebola epidemic. Unfortunately, a bioweapon made using an artificial virus has recently become feasible, making the possibility of a zombie virus seem real."
The hard part would be introducing the bloodlust common to all zombie movies, but back in 2012, a Florida man named Rudy Eugene acted like a real life zombie.
Witnesses said, “The guy just stood, his head up like that, with pieces of flesh in his mouth. And he growled.”
Initial reports falsely claimed bath salts or some other drug were at fault for this zombie-like behavior, but it’s still possible an artificial virus could attempt to mimic similar effects on the brain.
Besides an artificial virus intended to be a bioweapon, there’s also the zombie apocalypse scenario envisioned by 28 Days Later, where a modified version of the Ebola virus intended for medical purposes eventually transformed into the zombie Rage virus. This scenario is not completely hypothetical, since Exxell BIO, Inc. is currently working to produce an Ebola vaccine based upon a live, chemically-inactivated rabies virus containing Ebola glycoprotein within its structure.
Is it really a stretch to imagine these drugs being weaponized, injected into a water supply, aerosolized or even delivered via chemtrails? Is it also beyond the realm possibility, given the hundreds of lab accidents discovered recently that one of those pathogens or viruses that could be used as bio-weapons that scientists have been working with could either 'accidentally" be released or fall into the wrong hands?
Whole neighborhoods, towns or cities, even states could literally be turned into "zombie" infested quarantine zones.
Has it already happened?
Below are 3 screen shots from a scanned letter converted to PDF a trusted source sent to us, verifying the identity of the military member and his bonafides, showing that there may already be at least one town and no-go zone, in Iraq, full of the walking dead.
WARNING, VERY GRAPHIC EYEWITNESS ACCOUNT OF ZOMBIE GORE - NOT FOR CHILDREN!
(Note- ANP has removed the signature of the eye witness for his protection.)
Fear the Walking Dead—AMC’s new spinoff of its popular Walking Dead series—drives this point home by dialing back the clock to when the zombie outbreak first appears and setting viewers down in the midst of societal unrest not unlike our own experiences of the past year (“a bunch of weird incidents, police protests, riots, and … rapid social entropy”). Then, as Forbes reports, “the military showed up and we fast-forwarded into an ad hoc police state with no glimpse at what was happening in the world around our main cast of hapless survivors.”
Forbes found Fear’s quick shift into a police state to be far-fetched, but anyone who has been paying attention in recent years knows that the groundwork has already been laid for the government—i.e., the military—to intervene and lock down the nation in the event of a national disaster.Recognizing this, the Atlantic notes:
“The villains of [Fear the Walking Dead] aren’t the zombies, who rarely appear, but the U.S. military, who sweep into an L.A. suburb to quarantine the survivors. Zombies are, after all, a recognizable threat—but Fear plumbs drama and horror from the betrayal by institutions designed to keep people safe.”
For those that do not think it would be so easy to lock down the nation, many point to the amount of veterans and gun owners claiming they would prevent it, they should ask themselves if this isn't the exact reason we consistently see the push for more gun control and how the "talk" has now segued into "gun confiscation, as evidenced by recent statements from Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton with talk of "mandatory" gun by back programs, or previous statements about gun control via executive action.
Also consider the news from October 2014, when the Ebola scare hit American shores and it was announced that the U.S. military had formed an "Ebola rapid-response team" to be utilized in country, consisting of five physicians, 20 nurses and five certified trainers. This rapid-response team would be deployed "on the request of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services," and would "supervise treatment and help hospitals deal with the intricacies of treating Ebola."
Hence, the military is already actively involved in anything related to a medical "outbreak" on U.S. soil.
Zec 11:9 Then said I, I will not feed you: that that dieth, let it die; and that that is to be cut off, let it be cut off; and let the rest eat every one the flesh of another.
Lamentations 4:10- With their own hands compassionate women have cooked their own children,who became their food when my people were destroyed.
Ezekiel 5:10 - Therefore the fathers shall eat the sons in the midst of thee, and the sons shall eat their fathers; and I will execute judgments in thee, and the whole remnant of thee will I scatter into all the winds.
From ancient texts and biblical references, to the start of the "zombie" genre in the 1960s, to government preparedness and drills, to drugs that cause "zombie-like behavior, to the recreation and reanimation of super viruses, to creating and weaponizing a "zombie virus," those that think it could only happen in science fiction haven't done their research. There are multiple methods of literally creating a world of cannibalistic "walking dead."