LA ZOMBIFICATION PDF

A zombie Haitian French : zombi , Haitian Creole : zonbi is a fictional undead being created through the reanimation of a corpse. Zombies are most commonly found in horror and fantasy genre works. The term comes from Haitian folklore , in which a zombie is a dead body reanimated through various methods, most commonly magic. Modern depictions of the reanimation of the dead do not necessarily involve magic but often invoke science fictional methods such as carriers , radiation , mental diseases, vectors , pathogens , parasites , scientific accidents, etc. The English word "zombie" was first recorded in , in a history of Brazil by the poet Robert Southey , in the form of "zombi". A Kimbundu -to-Portuguese dictionary from defines the related word nzumbi as soul, [4] while a later Kimbundu—Portuguese dictionary defines it as being a "spirit that is supposed to wander the earth to torment the living".

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Un bokor sorcier tenant dans la main la potion zombifiante. Fenomene vodou-a, se vreman yon fenomene ki fe anpil moun pe peyi-a, yo santi yo se refije andedan lakay yo akoz de pe sa ki se yon malez nan anpil moun. Opwend vi ekonomi, sistem malefik la, li vreman mete yon endikap nan sosyete Ayisyen an. Map mande eske vreman yon jou tankou jodi-a, Ayisyen va chanje vi yo pou yon lot vi sosyal kap kapab genyen plis konfyans nan popilasyon an, e menm lot sa kap viv deyo peyi-a ki panse a retounen nan yon jou.

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Where the hell do you see vodou in all of this if only the sacred religion is being used by the so-called vagabons who are practicing black magic and poison to exploit people. I suggest you study the vodou religion carefully before making it a scape goat.

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Translation of "la zombification" in English

Un bokor sorcier tenant dans la main la potion zombifiante. Fenomene vodou-a, se vreman yon fenomene ki fe anpil moun pe peyi-a, yo santi yo se refije andedan lakay yo akoz de pe sa ki se yon malez nan anpil moun. Opwend vi ekonomi, sistem malefik la, li vreman mete yon endikap nan sosyete Ayisyen an. Map mande eske vreman yon jou tankou jodi-a, Ayisyen va chanje vi yo pou yon lot vi sosyal kap kapab genyen plis konfyans nan popilasyon an, e menm lot sa kap viv deyo peyi-a ki panse a retounen nan yon jou.

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Clairvius Narcisse

Clairvius Narcisse January 2, — was a Haitian man said to have been turned into a zombie by a Haitian vodou preparation, purportedly a combination of psychoactive substances oftentimes the paralyzing pufferfish venom tetrodotoxin and the strong deliriant Datura. The single greatest proponent of this possibility was a graduate student in ethnobotany at Harvard University, Wade Davis , who published two popular books based on his travels and ideas during and immediately following his graduate training. However, subsequent scientific examinations using tools of analytical chemistry alongside critical review of earlier reports have failed to support the presence of the claimed key pharmacologically active compound tetrodotoxin in the preparation, which was central to the phenomena and mechanism reported by Davis. No further supporting evidence has appeared. Based on the presumption that tetrodotoxin and related toxins are not always fatal, but at near-lethal doses can leave a person in a state of near-death for several days with the person remaining conscious, tetrodotoxin has been alleged to result in zombieism , and has been suggested as an ingredient in Haitian Vodou preparations. This idea appeared early, in the non-fiction book Tell My Horse by Zora Neale Hurston —reporting multiple accounts of purported tetrodotoxin poisoning in Haiti, by a Bokor voodoo sorcerer [1] —and popularized by Harvard -trained ethnobotanist Wade Davis , [2] but has been dismissed by the scientific community since the s based on analytical chemistry -based tests of multiple preparations and review of earlier reports see below. After various anthropologic investigations of "zombie" stories in various cultures—including Narcisse and a handful of others—reports appeared that Narcisse received a dose of a chemical mixture containing tetrodotoxin a pufferfish toxin and bufotoxin a toad toxin to induce a coma that mimicked the appearance of death.

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