Death | Alexander the Great

Death | Alexander the Great

“”His death may be the most famous case of pseudothanatos, or false diagnosis of death, ever recorded.”

Dr Hall’s team pored over ancient accounts of Alexander’s symptoms, as well as modern medical textbooks, for their research.

His illness is said to have begun after a raucous night of drinking in which he downed 12 pints of wine.

Alexander complained of fatigue and “generalised aches” the next morning, but chose to power through another dozen pints of wine that evening.”

[Alexander the Great ‘was ALIVE while his body was prepared for burial’ – after rare disease left him paralysed for six days]

[ Reviewed Unto Righteousness Below ]

Righteous Ruler David, King of Israel, and a man after God’s heart, a man of war and bloodshed died much differently than countless godless leaders and generals down through the ages.

King David a man of war never suffered Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.1But God said to me, ‘You shall not build a house for my name, for you are a warrior and have shed blood.’ (1 Chronicles 28:3)

King David slept off into death while Alexander the Great was bedridden and in excruciating pain.

Then David slept with his ancestors, and was buried in the city of David.
The time that David reigned over Israel was forty years; he reigned seven years in Hebron, and thirty-three years in Jerusalem. (1 Kings 2:10-11)

  • “Bedridden and in excruciating pain, Alexander gradually lost his ability to move, only able to flicker his eyes and twitch his hands just eight days after his symptoms began” [Alexander the Great ‘was ALIVE while his body was prepared for burial’ – after rare disease left him paralysed for six days]

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“A day later, and sharp abdominal pains plagued Alexander, while an increasingly severe fever took hold of the doomed warrior.

Bedridden and in excruciating pain, Alexander gradually lost his ability to move, only able to flicker his eyes and twitch his hands just eight days after his symptoms began.

By the eleventh day, the King of Macedonia and Persia was pronounced dead, though staff claimed he remained sound of mind right until the end.

Dr Hall says Alexander’s symptoms match up with the brain disorder Guillain-Barré Syndrome (GBS).”

[Alexander the Great ‘was ALIVE while his body was prepared for burial’ – after rare disease left him paralysed for six days]