Zombies are not imaginary creatures. The concept of zombies was based on actual people whose physical and energy bodies are changed in the way shown in common depictions of zombies.
A talented artist who can see energy can use makeup to duplicate what they see when they look at a zombie. The examples in this section were created by artists with that talent.
The makeup on the woman in the following picture darkened her eyes and put bruising on the right side of her face and nose.
The makeup was not applied in the exact way it is randomly or because of creative inspiration. The artist applied the makeup to spots on the woman’s face where he can see her energy body is changed.
There are always other physical changes in the bodies of these example individuals that corroborates the claim the zombie makeup applied to them is duplicating some phenomenon taking place within their body. In this case those associated physical changes are the jutting forwards of the right side of the woman’s face,
and the rotation of the woman’s head to her left.
Actions which focus the right eye more on the camera,
instead of both eyes being evenly focused on the camera.
The unnecessary jutting forwards of the head, the unnecessary rotation of the head, and looking more out of the right eye instead of looking out of both eyes equally, are all reactions to the same phenomenon that produced the changes in the woman’s face that the artist has highlighted with the zombie makeup.