Saturday, October 4, 2014

New Video of Captured Ebola Victim Rising From The Dead




Officials in Liberia have finally released image documentation of a dead  Ebola victim that 'rised from the dead' to walk again.

Isaiah 26:19-20
19 Your dead shall live; their bodies shall rise.

Ganta, Liberria -  Villagers gathered around to watch officials from the CDC take away yet another body that lay dead in their streets, stricken down by the horrible Ebola virus.

ABC News was on scene to capture the story, the human interest piece detailing the struggles of a third-world nation watching as people fell dead all around, locals unable to remove bodies themselves for fear of of falling victims themselves.

When the CDC went to wrap and remove the body of the Ebola patient, an arm suddenly jutted from under the blankets.

"We heard groaning and then the arm stuck out, it was moving.  It was not rigor mortise.  The arm was moving intentionally, trying to grasp out for leverage to make the body rise," reported Ian McConnell, an aide worker from the United Kingdom.

Villagers who gathered around to watch from a safe distance were soon thrown into a panic.  The ABC Newscaster could only look on in shock as the workers realized the body that had lay in the same spot dead, for over 10 days, had suddenly regained life:




News of this Ebola victim comes only days after the United States announced its first Ebola victim in Dallas, Texas.

The Liberian government is accusing the United States of creating Ebola as a bioweapon to use for future wars. Current polls in Liberia show the citizens, at a very alarming 73%, feel that the United States is responsible for the current Ebola outbreak that is killing 50% of those infected.

Liberia’s National Newspaper was the first to report of Ebola victim's rising from the daed.   Initially, officials from the World Health Organization fled in shock and horror as the Ebola patients suddenly arose from the dead and walked around a Catholic community in Liberia.

Kansas has declared a state of emergency, with Governor Sam Brownback has declaromg October “Zombie Awareness Month” and putting residents in a state of elevated alert.

Officials with the CDC fear the virus can and will spread to over 5 million people within two months.

Only hours ago, another US plane was boarded by CDC officials after another passenger started to show symptoms of Ebola in-flight.

Over 100 hospitals in the US are reporting patients with Ebola symptoms as of October 4th, 2014.  Some of these hospitals are in the Washington, D.C. area.

Thomas Eric Duncan, the first patient in the United States with Ebola, is now in critical condition at a Dallas hospital.

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