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Resurected after 11 yrs,

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posted on Nov, 16 2005 @ 02:15 PM
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Well this is an odd story indeed, i was looking around the net and came across an artical that a girl was resurected after 11 years?




Sixteen-year-old Josephine Chilamba, who died at the age of five in 1994, is believed to have resurrected last month after spending 11 years in the world of darkness.
Josephine surprised people who spotted her walking around a graveyard as mourners were returning home after burial ceremony of one village member in Mkungula Village on October 2, 2005.



paranormal.about.com



I have heard storys like this in the past but i have a major problem in beleving this could happen, I think it would be something i would have to see with my own eyes, non the less i do think it is interesting and would love to here others thoughts on this matter, or if anyone knows of any possible truths in such things.



[edit on 16-11-2005 by asala]

Asala, I shortened your link


[edit on 16-11-2005 by DontTreadOnMe]

lol even super mods get edits hehe lol thanks TRG


[edit on 19-11-2005 by asala]




posted on Nov, 16 2005 @ 02:25 PM
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That is an AMAZING story, not saying it's true, but still amazing!

Does anybody have any idea how credible this source is:

www.nationmalawi.com...

I have never read anything from this website before this.

Thanks,

- One Man Short



posted on Nov, 18 2005 @ 02:22 AM
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I saw a page about a religious movement in some 3rd world type country, where groupd of people gathered together to discuss God or whatever, but several groups have resurrected people. There were like 5 storys on the site about people who supposedly had been dead for a few hours or days. 11 years however, is pretty darned extreme. I guess if she looks the same age as she did when she died, it would be compelling evidence.



posted on Nov, 18 2005 @ 03:22 AM
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Ya, 11 yrs is a long time.. best thing close to that I have heard was a guy who was dead for about 22 days, but they had photos of him after he came back with maggots and things eating him up...

But i think 11 yrs is a hell of a long time to be dead.. To me that doesnt seem possible considering an american dead body takes over 6 months or so to completely decay cause of the crap we are given with our foods and such.



posted on Nov, 18 2005 @ 05:26 AM
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Well, considering that complete and permanent brain death occurs anywhere >10 minutes from the time you stop breathing, I'd say it's not possible.



posted on Nov, 18 2005 @ 08:27 AM
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Originally posted by JBurns
Well, considering that complete and permanent brain death occurs anywhere >10 minutes from the time you stop breathing, I'd say it's not possible.


I would dissagree, there have been alot of cases after people with NDE's that have not had brain damage after being dead for say hrs... and some extreme cases days.



posted on Nov, 18 2005 @ 08:32 AM
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you would think this would be all over the news if it was real



posted on Nov, 18 2005 @ 10:14 AM
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I'm surprised nobody has mentioned voodoo and zombies yet? Didn't voodoo originate in Africa? It sounds to me like this girl was turned into a zombie. It's not completely out of the question for someone with an open mind.


Peace


[edit on 18-11-2005 by Dr Love]



posted on Nov, 18 2005 @ 10:24 AM
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She must have been tired, i mean digging through a coffin, and going through 6 feet of earth....I think she might want to work on her tan.



posted on Nov, 18 2005 @ 10:26 AM
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I'm in agreement with Dr. Love on this one. If this account is really true it does sound like some other stories of Voo-Doo and Zombies. Dunno how good my memory is on this topic, but isn't the Zombie created by use of some form of neurotoxin which induces a near death state in which the subject is placed into a stated of hybernation only to be awakened at a later date. Admittedly I've never heard of been awakened 11 yrs later and this does sound somewhat impossible to me.

As far as I was aware the individual who is supposed to be dead, is removed from the grave and awoken a few days later and kept in a zombafied state to work as slave labour. I remeber reading some articles on this a while back.



posted on Nov, 18 2005 @ 10:54 AM
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Why do these events always seem to take place in remote, primitive third world countries where the ability to obtain documentary evidence is non existent?

[edit on 18-11-2005 by Englishman_in_Spain]



posted on Nov, 18 2005 @ 11:26 AM
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Keep in mind that a body rots into a pretty nasty thing in 11 years, especially in a 3rd world country.


Also, there are a plethora of other explanations that are more reasonable than that a rotted out corpse was reconstituted and a person was magically brought back to life. She might've been drugged and sold into slavery after a mock funeral, or anything.


Intersting story tho.



posted on Nov, 18 2005 @ 12:27 PM
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Originally posted by JBurns
Well, considering that complete and permanent brain death occurs anywhere >10 minutes from the time you stop breathing, I'd say it's not possible.


Well ... that's the point of calling it a resurrection instead of
a NDE (near death experience). Resurrection ... bringing back
to life ... revitalizing .... healing.

I have a book that has 400 resurrection miracles in it. Some of
the miracles include animals who had nothing left except bones.
St. Francis Paola prayed over the bones and the animals were
reconstructed AND brought back to life. These were a fish and a
lamb.

I wasn't there so I don't know if the story is true.
But it was documented.

I would think that bringing someone back from the dead would
also include healing, otherwise it would be just a NDE.



posted on Nov, 19 2005 @ 07:15 AM
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Originally posted by dogsoldier999
Zombie created by use of some form of neurotoxin which induces a near death state in which the subject is placed into a stated of hybernation


I've heard of this as well, in voo doo ritual, the toxin used came from a sea creature.

I believe either a blowfish or jellyfish but, if memory serves, I'm leaning to my first instinct of blowfish.

[edit on 11/19/05 by redmage]



posted on Nov, 19 2005 @ 09:40 AM
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Originally posted by truttseeker
She must have been tired, i mean digging through a coffin, and going through 6 feet of earth....I think she might want to work on her tan.


pssst! suuuuumbunny didn't read the article! LOLOLOL!!


i believe dr love is correct in pointing the finger at voodoo/zombies... seems the neurotoxin did not leave her completely paralyzed tho, as those cleaning the 'body' said she was grabbing at the cartakers and still able to urinate and sneeze- and the body was warm- rather than ask 'how' she is still alive, someone should be asking 'how' no one noticed she wasn't quite dead yet!!

redmage, you are correct about the blowfish (pufferfish) i think the toxin derived from it is called tetratoxin?... tetrotoxin? aw heck, imma hafta go look it up!

tetrodotoxin! (close... LOL) here's the link: silly zombie history

being really close to new orleans (RIP) a lot of folks request of their families that before burial their spinal cord be completely severed or they choose to be cremated- valid fear around these parts with the history of voodoo in the area- just a bit of trivia for your entertainment.... not that i've ever heard accounts of it really happening around here, but parents sure like to scare the mess out of their kids with bedtime stories!!

~am



posted on Nov, 23 2005 @ 03:07 PM
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Without any substance,our bady can slow down breath and hart beat.Is a slow proces, but it can be done.Budhist in Tibet after year of hard training they can lavited(gompa) , slow down the hart beat and breath.Human brain function with only 10% from is capacity. The rest of 90% is a mistery.



posted on Nov, 23 2005 @ 05:48 PM
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Hi Asala,
many stories like this actually do happen!
As for not been in the news, what do you expect!

Many resurrections have happened and written about in the Lives of Saints.....these were documented in books. Only last year in Jerusalem, a man that was murdered and cut up into pieces(I posted this on another thread) was an actual happening that police verified as a miracle and documented ......this was heard of in Damascus, but it not released in the mainstream NEWS.....

Why does something like this have to be on the NEWS, to be believed?
Are we so brainwashed that our only TRUE source must come from the TV/media to be believed?
Of-course, that does not mean we must believe everything that people tell us and take it as being the Truth!

Many paranormal stuff or unusual things will happen in time to come, and of-course, in due time, this will be put on the news and many will begin to question their thinking, this however does not mean that you must rush to accept it!
Our own judgement can sometimes cloud our mind and make us fall into a trap that will be hard to get out of.....this has happened many times as i'm sure many here cannot deny.
helen...



posted on Nov, 23 2005 @ 05:53 PM
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Originally posted by mirela
Human brain function with only 10% from is capacity. The rest of 90% is a mistery

This is actually a myth, humans use all parts of their brain and quite a bit more than '10 percent' at any one time.

Budhist in Tibet after year of hard training they can lavited

You mean levitate, like float? No they can't.


No one has ever been documated to have been a rotted out corpse or a cut up body and then physically ressurected.



posted on Nov, 23 2005 @ 06:09 PM
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Nygden is right, there are no documented cases. After 10 minutes without oxygen, your brain is dead. Gone, for good. No matter how much CPR you give, oxygen you administer, or rescue breathes, you can't bring them back. Sure, alot of cultures say they can bring back dead people, making them "Zombies", but honestly, have you ever seen a scientifically documented case of this? I'm sorry, but I'm quite skeptical on the thought of this being even remotely possible.



posted on Nov, 23 2005 @ 07:43 PM
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Originally posted by helen670
Only last year in Jerusalem, a man that was murdered and cut up into pieces(I posted this on another thread) was an actual happening that police verified as a miracle and documented


helen, would you mind providing a link to that? or at least the link to the other thread you refer to? i'd be interested in reading whatever article provided that info... thanks!

it doesn't sound so much like an issue of 'resurrection', but rather that she wasn't actually dead and was kidnapped (or removed from her grave later) and forced to do yard work. from the article, it appears she wasn't alone, so the practice of 'inducing symptoms that resemble death' may be quite prevalent and common where she lives. seems the locals would take every precaution to ensure that the patients are really gone before putting them in the ground, doesn't it?

~am



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