Are Zombies Hidden in Texas?

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The latest fear factor in the news these days is the ebola virus and chatter the virus spawns zombies. Now that the virus has finally landed in Texas the fear factor has been ratcheted up. Some parents have allegedly taken their children out of the schools and can you blame them? I was utterly shocked when President Obama allowed the doctor with confirmed ebola back into the United States.

Here is the question of the day: Is the zombie threat legitimate from a Bible perspective? The answer is not at all and I have a suggestion for all of you folks contemplating the legitimacy of this fear diarrhea news.  Actually read your Bibles before you dignify these shameless bids for attention.  Don’t you think that Bible prophecy would have addressed a monumental moment in human history when dead folks return to life after death?

Isaiah 26:9

But your dead will live, LORD; their bodies will rise– let those who dwell in the dust wake up and shout for joy– your dew is like the dew of the morning; the earth will give birth to her dead.

There are only a couple of people in the Bible who brought people back to life from death and that was Jesus and Peter. There are no times in Biblical history where a virus or a vaccine have brought people back from death. The Bible  says when the dead shall rise it will because the Lord commands it. In fact, it will be a time of great joy for the dead in Christ. 

Hollywood has been at the forefront of conditioning the masses to believe in the plausibility of the dead becoming reanimated and craving delicious human brains. If we look at the evolution of these zombie movies we have witness zombies progress into a greater threat.  At first they were extremely slow bumbling idiots looking to snack on any human body part. Then they became a bit faster and craved nothing but brains.  Next they became a tactical threat that could lay traps and speak basic words. 

1 Thessalonians 4:16

For the Lord himself will come down from heaven, with a loud command, with the voice of the archangel and with the trumpet call of God, and the dead in Christ will rise first.

Currently zombies morphed into super mutants that have the speed and strength of an olympic athlete; and I caught one movie where they can fall in love and become human again. As you can see the entire zombie motif is a figment of the imagination of the human mind. Those who play on it are selling wolf tickets. If there was the slightest inkling of the potentiality of a vaccine side-effect bringing someone back to life you better believe big pharma would be all over it like stank on a monkey.

If this is true then by law the rabies vaccine must list a new side-effect . . . resurrection.  I strongly suggest when you start hearing outlandish news from the mainstream news and alternative news outlets to cross reference the subjects with Biblical prophecy. It will give you peace of mind and help you weed out alternative news doo doo. Now I am not suggesting ebola is not real threat if not contained but also spawning zombies is just irresponsible.

In closing it is obvious the news is desperate as well as some alternative news establishments to keep the fish on the hook. Perhaps Miley Cyrus is losing steam and people realize the only thing real about Kim Kardashian are her bones. It must have opened a space for the zombie news to escalate. I can not stress enough to become a student of Biblical prophecy in order to validate if any of these outlandish stories have legs.


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Michael Erevna is a writer, inventor, solutions architect and independent researcher of: ancient civilizations, spirituality, mysticism, and Biblical teachings.

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  • I think you can add Paul, Elijah, and Elisha to the list of Biblical characters who raised the dead… 🙂

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