'Covid' Ops: The adrenochrome angle
A means to suppress hideous scandal
You’ll have to forgive me for not being aware that Hollywood superstar Johnny Depp has been going through a bit of a tough time of late, with many fans worried about his loss of weight and gaunt appearance.
I was aware he’d played some interesting characters over the years such as Captain Jack Sparrow in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series and Edward Scissorhands, in the movie of the same name, but I wouldn’t count myself as someone very interested in his life off screen and had no idea he’d been suing his long-time lawyer Jake Bloom and had been involved in a US$25 million lawsuit against The Management Group, his representatives for many years, over accusations of fraud, theft and financial mismanagement.
I had no idea he’s also been suing his ex-wife Amber Heard for US$50 million over claims of defamation and I really wouldn’t be a good judge of his appearance at the moment… but it seems many people are worried about it… with his unorthodox behaviour also causing them concern.
I found all this out when looking into a drug called “adrenochrome”, which had also passed me by despite repeated references to it in movies that I must have seen over the years but that had obviously left very little impression on me.
But start looking into the case of Jeffrey Epstein and suddenly the word adrenochrome keeps cropping up.
So what is adrenochrome? Well, it’s a chemical compound with the molecular formula C9H9NO3 produced by the oxidation of adrenaline, or epinephrine. A derivative of it called carbazochrome is a hemostatic medication which stops bleeding.
Previously my knowledge of adrenaline was very limited… I knew it was used to treat a number of conditions such as anaphylactic shock and cardiac arrest, and that it’s naturally produced by the body in times of severe stress for vigorous or sudden action… the “fight or flight” response.
I was aware its key actions included increasing the heart rate, increasing blood pressure, expanding the air passages of the lungs, enlarging the pupil in the eye, redistributing blood to the muscles and altering the body’s metabolism so as to maximise blood glucose levels to the brain.
That was about my breadth of knowledge of the subject, what happened if and when it oxidised in the body? Well that was a complete mystery.
Adrenaline is commercially synthesised and sold as epinephrine and is widely used as an intervention for acute allergic reactions. Epinephrine and norepinephrine are two hormones secreted by the adrenal glands and, for medical purposes, obtained from animal sources as well as through artificial synthesis.
The hormone can be obtained via extraction from the adrenal glands of cattle and sheep, or it can be made in a laboratory. Synthetic production of epinephrine entails the reaction of catechol and chloroacetyl chloride. The product of this reaction is then combined with methylamine. The resulting compound, called ketone, can then be reduced to produce commercially viable quantities of epinephrine.
In vivo, adrenochrome is synthesised by the oxidation of epinephrine. In vitro, silver oxide (Ag2O) is used as an oxidising agent and its presence is detected in solution by a pink colour, which turns brown upon polymerisation.
Of course, adrenaline and adrenochrome can be naturally produced by our bodies, but it’s use in medicine is in its synthetic form… although it was not until this millennium that it was generally accepted that adrenochrome could be produced naturally by the body during the formation of neuromelanin.
So what is adrenochrome supposed to do? Some very small-scale studies conducted in the 1950s and 1960s reported that it triggered psychotic reactions such as thought disorder, confusion and euphoria… with researchers Abram Hoffer and Humphry Osmond claiming it may play a role in schizophrenia and other mental illnesses. Other studies on animals at the University of Liege in Belgium indicated it may have regenerative properties and could slow the degeneration of cells.
Hoffer and Osmond called it the "adrenochrome hypothesis" and speculated that megadoses of vitamin C and niacin could cure schizophrenia by reducing brain adrenochrome.
This neatly brings us back to Johnny Depp, with many sources speculating his behaviour has become quite schizophrenic, with his appearance showing signs of a person who has perhaps been abusing epinephrine or adrenochrome.
In one of his most famous Hollywood roles during the 1990s, Depp portrayed his close friend, Hunter S Thompson, in the film Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas, wherein adrenochrome apparently made its debut to movie audiences worldwide.
Many people still think it is totally fake... but there are many sources that suggest it is in huge demand from buyers on the black web, with celebrities such as Depp apparently being hooked on it for years. But whether it be adrenaline or adrenchrome, according to research, abusing it can definitely become a problem.
“Heart rate is increased, the blood is sugared up and pumped to the necessary muscles,” the research suggests. “Adrenaline also may affect the emotions, contributing to anxiety and depression. In the body it turns into a toxic hormone called adrenochrome, which in turn can be converted into either of two other compounds: dihydroxyindole or adrenolutin.
“It is possible that dihydroxyindole balances off adrenaline to reduce tension and irritability; in schizophrenics, however, adrenochrome is converted primarily into adrenolutin, which also is toxic, and the combination of adrenochrome-adrenolutin results in a poisonous disruption of the brain’s chemical processes.”
At least that’s the theory, with antidotes thought to be nicotinic acid (niacin) or nicotinamide (Vitamin B3).
Further scientific reports continue: “There are few who doubt that adrenochrome is active in animals or in man, and it is now included among the family of compounds known as hallucinogens, compounds like mescaline and LSD-25 capable of producing psychological changes in man.”
The sale and usage of adrenochrome as a drug is highly controlled and regulated by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) but that’s the synthetic derivative from epinephrine… what about harvesting it another way?
Also known as the “Fountain of Youth Serum”, there are many references to adrenochrome being linked to satanism and secret cults who harvest it from human adrenal glands… from both the dead… and the living. Sacrifices are known to have taken place throughout history, with civilizations such as the Egyptians, Mayan and Aztecs practicing it… could there be those who still believe in such ceremonies?
Well, in some twisted circles, it does seem that naturally-extracted adrenochrome is highly sought after and believed to be at its most potent when harvested from children, induced to produce adrenaline through extreme fear prior to extraction. The adrenochrome is then removed via a needle punctured into the pineal gland at the base of the brain.
There is evidence out there to suggest that child trafficking rings exist all around the world, with some very warped people believed to be buying and selling children for use in such ceremonies to extract adrenochrome from them.
How much truth there is in this is anybody’s guess, but child trafficking and the abuse of children in satanic ceremonies could very well take place because no matter how ridiculous it may seem to us there are those who believe adrenochrome can rejuvenate them.
Who are the people involved? I wouldn’t want to speculate, but I’ve no doubt that it’s not something anyone in a position of power would want to be linked to so it provides yet another reason for this fictitious global pandemic we’re all enduring now.
People in very high places went to great lengths to shut up Epstein… and they’re the same people imprisoning us in our own homes now in order to introduce sweeping changes to the way we live our lives… forget saving lives, this is all about subjugating lives!