Alexander the Great accidentally buried alive

(ORDO NEWS) — Scientists believe that Alexander suffered from a neurological disorder called Guillain-Barré syndrome. They believe that when he died, he was simply paralyzed and was conscious.

Macedonian died at the age of 32 in 323 BC. after the conquest, which resulted in the creation of one of the largest empires in the world.

The neurological disorder is an autoimmune disease often caused by Campylobacter, says Dr. Hall, who spent six months researching ancient sources and medical literature.

The theory of Dr. Hall, Senior Lecturer at Dunedin Medical School, a medical practitioner, seemed to answer questions about why ancient sources said that Alexander’s body did not decompose for six days after his death.

This may have been because he had not yet died, but was in a coma caused by this condition.

Her theory would explain his other symptoms, such as fever, abdominal pain, progressive ascending paralysis, and continued mental health until death.

Historians have long announced that the cause of Macedonsky’s death was a riotous lifestyle and drunkenness, but this is not true.

According to her, this was the first time the theory had been properly investigated.

“This theory was first published in a newspaper in 1978, but scientists called it “nonsense” and no one else took it seriously. It’s time for science to sort this out.”

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