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Zombie Powder: The Ingredients and The Method

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Zombie Powder Ingredients Table

The Shamans and medicine men amongst the slaves created a unique serum. This Serum gives all the effects of death.

 

A form of this serum is called Zombie Powder. "Religion Voodoo" An Article In The 1995 A.D. August Edition Of "Focus," The Serum Contains:

 

One Human Skull And Assorted Bones Vegetable Oil. Two Blue Agama Lizards One Big Toad Called 'Crapaud Bonga' (Bufo Marinus). One Sea Snake (Polychaete Worm) A Sprig F Tcha-Tch, "Albizzia" Several Pods Of Itching Pea, "Pois Gratter" Two (Preferably Female) Puffer Fish Of Which Must Be The Sea Toad, "Crapaud De Mer" (Spheroeroides Testudineus). Add Tarantulas, Millipedes And White Tree Frogs To Taste.

The Method:

The potion or Coup Poudre should be prepared in June, when the female Puffer fish contains its greatest quantities of Tetrodotoxin. Be careful not to touch the mixture at any time as it can act through skin. Tie the snake to the Toad's leg, put them in a jar and bury it. This is so that, the Toad "dies of rage", which increases the concentration of its poison. Place the skull in a fire with Thunderstone and some blessed oil and burn till black.

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Roast the animal ingredients and grind with the uncooked plants in a pestle and mortar. Add unheated shaving of the human bone.

 

A few sacred spell (Juju), now grind your mixture to fine powder, place in a jar and bury in the coffin with the rest of your source skeleton if possible for three days. You now have your Coup Poudre or Zombie Potion. It is traditionally sprinkled in a cross on the threshold of the target.

Zombie Powder Finished: How To Use

A more certain method is to sprinkle it down the back or in the shoe. The victim will collapse, apparently "Dead". House slaves would then show the slave masters that the slaves were "Dead". The slave master would not bother to bury the slaves. He would leave that to the Slaves to take care of the burial. However, the slave masters would come to the funeral to make sure the slaves are truly dead. The slaves would bury the "Dead" slave in a shallow grave face down, with a hole dug to create an air pocket. This is to increase breathing space for a few hours.

Zombie Myth

Sometimes they would put hollow twigs in the grave head stone in the form of a cross, so that they can breathe, giving the appearance of a heap of dirt with a cross made from bamboo, Which can be hollowed out. This apparent death, examination, would result in the appearance of no pulse. Because the drug reduces circulation, gave the slave master the impression that the slaves had a fight amongst themselves, one was killed and buried and it was over.

 

Later that night, the slaves would dig up the grave and free the "Dead Slaves," telling them to run and go amongst the native Americans, until they escape into another state.

When the "Dead" slaves were Seen in other towns and reported to the slave owner as being alive and kicking.

 

The slave owner would not believe the report because they saw the slaves, dead and buried. They would check the grave, which would be empty. This would frighten the slave masters. Thus, began the many Zombie and living dead stories, as well as the slang Spook."

 

However, this (Sample) Ifa verse would probably have been executed before a single ingredient of the Voodoo serum had been prepared. The Voodoo priest that is going to mix the Zombie serum would have consulted a senior Ifa priest for divination about every single Ingredient of the Voodoo serum. He would be asked to perform sacrifice so that all his Zombie Serum would end up saving lives and slaves instead of killing them. Note the sample Ifa verse below is not unique, it will differ from region to region and from one Ifa priest to another. It is just a sample to emphasis the point.

 

EXTRACTED FROM THE SACRED TEXTS OWORIN IKA Part A

It is an intellectual that understand issues, whatever is been done is only clear to the person doing it. It is with a trader that one discusses trade. If one buys cotton from the market, one should show it to a weaver.
Household wasp does not argue with the one that switches the light on and off.

 

Heaven does not argue with stone throwers. The fat rat that steals oil palm fruit invited death to its den. Cast divination for Ogun, he said he would ascend the thrown of king Atunleayese (King Make The World A better Place). However the kingmaker's asserted that no one becomes a king without an Aremo. Who is your Aremo?

 

The kingmaker's asked Ogun, It is Wickedness he answered. Because "I am mean", continued Ogun. It is the same Ogun that is used in dishing out punishment. What shall we do? The kingmaker's asked. Nobody would install wickedness as king.

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It is an intellectual that understand issues, whatever is been done is only clear to the person doing it.
It is with a trader that one discusses trade.
If one buys cotton from the market, one should show it to a weaver.
Household wasp does not argue with the one that switches the light on and off.
Heaven does not argue with stone throwers.
The fat rat that steals oil palm fruit invited death to its den.
Cast divination for Oosa, he said would ascend the thrown of king Atunleayese.
However the kingmaker's asserted again that no one becomes a king without an Aremo.

 

Sacred Text Continue

Who is your Aremo?
The kingmaker's asked Oosa, it is Suffering he answered.

 

Why should we install suffering as king after your demise? Asked the kingmaker's

 

It is an intellectual that understand issues, whatever is been done is only clear to the person doing it.

 

It is with a trader that one discusses trade. If one buys cotton from the market, one should show it to a weaver.

 

Household wasp does not argue with the one that switches the light on and off.
Heaven does not argue with stone throwers.

 

The fat rat that steals oil palm fruit invited death to its den. Cast divination for Orunmila, he said would ascend the thrown of king Atunleayese.

 

No one becomes a king without an Aremo the kingmaker's said. Who is your Aremo? The kingmaker's asked Orunmila, it is Medicinal Leafs he answered.
Medicinal leaf is the Aremo of Ifa.

 

Leaves, but how, Queried the kingmaker's? It is medicinal leaves continued Orunmila. Orunmila said rather than letting things get spoilt, one should go and seek the appropriate leaf and the leaf will repair what was spoilt.

 

Even today, if something goes wrong with someone they would ask for certain leaf to treat the afflictions.
It is leaves that are employed in repairing things. It is Ifa that is actually mending the world.

Ritual Poetry

The covenant where it is said That our fate is bound to the law, And the fated of the dead who are not dead To the spirits of breath who are stronger than they, We are bound to life by this harsh law

 

And by this covenant we are bound To the deed of the breathings that lie Along the bed and banks of the river, To the deeds of the breath that quiver In the rock that whines and grasses that cry.

 

To the deed of the breathings that lie In the shadow that lightens and grow deep In the tree that shudders, in the woods that weep, In the waters that flow and the waters that sleep,

 

To the spirits of the breath which are stronger than they That have taken the breath of the deathless dead Of the dead who have never gone away Of the dead who are now not under the ground.

 

Ritual Poetry by Professor W Soyinka