Alert Reader reports:
I stumbled across this website:
and found the hidden URL to this website:
which offers adrenochrome for sale.
Instead of adjusting the greyscale colors I simply zoomed in on the black area of the first website and the hidden URL to the second website became evident.
Phi Beta Iota: From the Black Paper at the first link:
The Adrenochrome (C9H9NO3) compound is synthesised by the oxidation of adrenaline, sourced from the blood of human children. ADRENOCHROME is the purest product on the market, harvested under strictly regulated conditions from our international supply chain of child donors.
In fact, to harvest blood with Adrenochome, the child must be fully terrorized (done with mix of sodomy and torture) — think dogs boiling in water to change the flavor of the meat, a Chinese favorite).
At one level this appears to be an offering of crypto coin at another level it could be an attempt to create a Deep Web marketplace for adrenalized children’s blood that could be sold as if it were legal child’s blood (Peter Theil loves this stuff) but cryptically marked to certify it was taken from a terrorized child.
We are not aware of any means of artificially manufacturing adrenochrome without torturing children or other living beings.
On artificial adrenochrome I cannot confirm one way or the other but instinct says that they will have worked out how to synthesise the molecule….
HOWEVER, it will nonetheless be far less effective than the real thing: a superconductive biodynamic molecule (exciting the fractal antenna that is DNA) in order to transduce hyper dimensional intelligences (draco et al) into the human form.
Drinking adrenalized blood is necessary for survival at this level.
Alert Reader from UK writes:
It’s a spoof by an artist in London called Natalie Lambert. No adrenochrome is sold, no transaction is possible. She leaves her email address to contact her.
Phi Beta Iota: It may be a spoof but we don’t think so — there are also hidden links in the child abuse art pages favored by the Podestas. Bottom line: whether a spoof or not, the artist provides an able illustration of both the atrocity of adrenalized blood and the ease with which one can buy it via the Dark Web.