Thanks to for piecing this together (more to come from him as we gather all #nominus the dead drops to reveal what happened to and Azmati in Afghanistan 2010)
Earlier, we have speculated that Hank died in a firefight and Azmati somehow used his knowledge on XM passed on to him to raise Hank as an XM infused vessel. And Azmati knew this because he was a descendant of Alexander and his Nuristan tribe kept the secret of 13Magnus. The script now provides more evidence that this could be true.
Also, we can now speculate that Hank was sent to Afghanistan by Calvin to search for 13Magnus, a mission that Calvin had recruited Hank to do long before the Niantic Project.
We will update this as more pieces are gathered. Urging all agents from both factions to release publicly the pieces in order for us to know the truth about Hank.
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Simulacrum and Hank Johnson
What's the relationship between the two? We know that had quantum entangled with XM particles in portals and the quantum entanglement of Hank in the portals affects Hank reciprocally. This might be the first stage of being a simulacrum. When Hank entered and died at the Nest in 2010, his quantum entangled self in the portals was somehow reborn in our dimension perhaps through the secret algorithm of the 13Magnus. So, the simulacrum of Hank is actually his own XM quantum entanglement made to materialize in this dimension through the secret rite of 13Magnus. Made of XM particle entangled with dead body of Hank in the Nest with a physical form. An XM infused physical vessel in Hank's own term.
Alexander, and Gedrosian Desert
Historians have the opinion that Alexander made the biggest blunder of his military career by marching his army through the Gedrosian desert on his way back to Babylon causing a heavy lost of lives. Some say he was motivated to emulate and surpass the achievements of Cyrus and Queen Semiramis. But the actual reason could be Alexander was searching for another chaotic matter portal or 13Magnus sanctum in the desert that mutated the men of Makran in the desert into deformed creatures like Gollum with long nails and ate their fish or stranded whales raw.
Alexander's Death and Simulacrum
Historians agree that Alexander died in Babylon of natural cause although some do suspect conspiracy or foul play. What is interesting to note is that Alexander's body remained in perfect condition in the golden sarcophagus even after a few days. Was the sarcophagus a 13Magnus artifact used to preserve his body for rebirth or to create a simulacrum? Was his body brought to Alexandria for this purpose in a 13Magnus sanctum hidden in the city designed by the Oracle at Siwa?
Another wild speculation is that Alexander could have died much earlier at Tarsus as he was in a coma before recovering after 3 days. Was the Alexander who recovered a simulacrum like Hank's which made Alexander invincible and fearless in battle, always leading from the front to inspire his army? Did he then realise that his condition was unstable which was why he sought out 13Magnus sanctums at the oracles at Siwah, the Hindu Kush mountains and the Gedrosian desert in order to get back into his body like what Hank is trying to do? Did his simulacrum die in Babylon before achieving this goal as he was preparing to invade Arabia to look for a sanctum and artifacts? Was his tomb purposefully hidden in order to prevent his body from being destroyed in hope that one day he will be reborn?
Azmati and 13Magnus
Lastly, is Azmati a descendant of Alexander's men who knew the secrets of 13Magnus and the sanctum which he used to resurrect Hank's simulacrum and provide him a second chance to live by recovering all the artifacts that would enable Hank to rejoin his XM preserved body? Perhaps Azmati was not certain whether the process will work or whether the 13Magnus sanctum would choose to raise Hank as a simulacrum which was why Azmati had to test Hank in the video by stabbing him with the phurba dagger?
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