Posted: Sat Aug 28, 2010 6:01 am Post subject: DRUG COMPANIES fulfilled Revelation 18 prophecy today
DRUG COMPANIES fulfilled Revelation 18 prophecy today
Woe! Woe, O great city, where all who had ships on the sea became rich through her wealth!
In one hour she has been brought to ruin! Rejoice over her, O heaven!
Rejoice, saints and apostles and prophets!
God has judged her for the way she treated you.
Then a mighty angel picked up a boulder the size of a large millstone and threw it into the sea, and said:
With such violence the great city of Babylon will be thrown down, never to be found again.
The light of a lamp (Statue of Libery?) will never shine in you again.
The voice of bridegroom and bride will never be heard in you again.
Your merchants were the world's great men.
By your magic spell all the nations were led astray.
In her was found the blood of prophets and of the saints, and of all who have been killed on the earth.
Revelation 18 I tweeked this read the chapter in the bible
10 of the fortune 500 companies are big pharmaceutical (drug, sorceries) companies.
Those 10 make more profit than all the other 490 companies combined.
The word sorceries comes from the Greek word pharmakia from which we get the word pharmacy or drugs.
In Rev. 9:21 the term sorceries, is associated with drugs, murder, fornication, prostitution, and theft.
All are associated with the illegal drug trade today.
COLTON, Calif. (AP) — Police say a naked, 300-pound bodybuilder savagely beat a Southern California couple at their home, leaving them in critical condition.
The Sun of San Bernardino (http://bit.ly/uen2Vt ) says 22-year-old Ruben Arzu apparently was under the influence of steroids and other drugs, and it took four police officers, two stun gun blasts and four sets of handcuffs to restrain him.
Police say the couple came home late Saturday to find Arzu naked on the front porch of their home in Colton.
When Arzu was confronted by the 35-year-old husband, police say the bodybuilder attacked the man, causing major head trauma.
The man's wife called 911. Police say Arzu then picked her up and threw her around, causing facial injuries and multiple cuts to her head.
Arzu was booked on suspicion of attempted homicide.
The United States has a passion for pills, being the world's biggest users of psychotropic drugs, consuming 60 per cent of them. And pharmaceutical firms are keen to keep cashing in on the multibillion-dollar market, even if it costs people's health.
America is regarded as a country with a prodigious appetite for consumption. Today, a widespread fondness for pharmaceuticals has turned the US into a nation of pill-poppers.
With over $14 billion in annual sales, antipsychotics remain the top-selling therapeutic class of prescription drugs in the US.
Dr. Harriet Fraad believes Big Pharma has manufactured a climate of insanity by manipulating and even creating illness for capital gain.
The US is the only Western country that allows direct-to-consumer advertising of prescription drugs. For example, an ad for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder warns that untreated patients will likely end up divorced. Another commercial promises to make you happier, but side-effects may include dry mouth, insomnia, sexual dysfunction, diarrhea, nausea and sleepiness.”
3 New Dangerous Drug Habits in Teens
By Allison Becker | LiveScience.com – Sat, Feb 18, 2012.
Here are three new drug trends among kids:
Energy drinks in elementary school
In recent years, drinks that combine alcohol with caffeine, such as Four Loko, have been blamed for the deaths of teens and college students. But a new epidemic involves younger children: elementary school students are drinking highly caffeinated energy drinks to catch a buzz. Even without alcohol, these drinks are dangerous to kids' health.
Huffing, or inhaling household products, is not a new phenomenon. But experts have started to see an increase in teens huffing the computer cleaner called Dust-Off, a trend that started a few years ago.
Dust-Off, sold at office supply stores, can be inhaled to produce a high lasting a few seconds to a few minutes.
At age 14, Brittany Gaydosh, walked into a New Year's Eve party at a friend's house, drank a couple of shots of Bacardi 151 rum, and made her way to a Ziploc bag filled with pills.
"There were Ecstasy, Xanax, Percocets, Valium and other pills in the bag that night," Gaydosh said. "I took four Ecstasy pills and a Xanax."
Blood pressure pill Propranolol may "mute racist thoughts"
Maybe Margaret Sanger should have took these too
A commonly prescribed drug used to treat high blood pressure may have the unintended benefit of muting racist thoughts in those who take it.
A new Oxford University research study found that Propranolol, which works to combat high blood pressure, anxiety, migraines, and a number of heart ailments, affects the same part of the central nervous system that regulates subconscious attitudes on race.
"Implicit racial bias can occur even in people with a sincere belief in equality," said Sylvia Terbeck, lead author of the study, which was published in the journal Psychopharmacology. "Given the key role that such implicit attitudes appear to play in discrimination against other ethnic groups, and the widespread use of Propranolol for medical purposes, our findings are also of considerable ethical interest."
Of course, the study is sure to raise concerns both over its validity and whether we should rely on prescription medication to regulate behavior, even for positive outcomes.
Propranolol used to prevent people from being able to tell RIGHT from WRONG.
Mandatory drugging of all citizens against their will if they dont like what Hussein 0bama is doing.
Enter Propranolol may mute racist thoughts in a search engine.
Several blogs are picking this up.
Woe to those who call evil good and good evil,
who put darkness for light and light for darkness!
Patients who take antidepressant drugs in the class of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) have an increased risk of bleeding in the brain and, subsequently, stroke, according to a new study published Wednesday in the journal Neurology.
SSRIs are widely prescribed drugs that include such brand names as Prozac, Zoloft, Paxil, Celexa and Lexapro. They work by inhibiting the absorption of serotonin, allowing more of the chemical to stay in the brain. Researchers believe serotonin is a mood elevator and a key substance for other neurological functions.
Link to Bleeding and Stroke
Results of the new study, which analyzed data from more than 500,000 participants, found that SSRI users had a 40 to 50 percent increased likelihood of developing bleeding in the brain. Overall, though, the risks translate to one hemorrhage per 10,000 people taking SSRIs, lead researcher Dr. Daniel Hackam, an associate professor of medicine at Western University in London, Ontario, Canada, told Reuters. The risk is highest during the months after a patient first starts taking the antidepressant, according to the study.
The link between hemorrhagic strokes and SSRIs may be because the drugs decrease the number of platelet blood cells that stick together to form clots. When this situation occurs in people whose blood already is being thinned from other medical conditions, it can lead to bleeding in the brain and stroke, explains U.S. News and World Report.
“Physicians should be aware of this association — particularly in those with a history of brain hemorrhage or people taking anticoagulants like warfarin,” Hackam said. “But lower-risk people don’t have to worry as much. … If you’re a long-term user, there’s even less risk.”
Other Side Effects and Birth Defects
Still, SSRIs already are linked to numerous serious side effects and complications, including upper gastrointestinal bleeding. The National Institutes of Health points out that the risk is higher for patients with previous ulcers or gastrointestinal bleeding, the elderly and those with certain other medical conditions. SSRIs also are suspected of interacting with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), which are widely prescribed.
Furthermore, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has warned that SSRIs increase the risk of suicidal thoughts and behaviors in young adults and teens.
In addition, women are advised to carefully consider whether to take these types of antidepressants during pregnancy because they have been linked to multiple birth defects. The FDA warns that the risk of a newborn suffering persistent pulmonary hypertension of the newborn (PPHN) is six times greater in women who took SSRIs during pregnancy than the general population. PPHN affects a baby’s heart and lungs and rarely is detected in utero. Other birth defects linked to SSRI use during pregnancy include heart defects, anencephaly, cleft lip and cleft palate.
Table of Contents:
» Newtown Conn. school shooting story already being changed by the media to eliminate eyewitness reports of a second shooter
» To stop school shootings we should let the criminals have all the guns; argue gun control advocates
» ABC, NY Times reporters go full-on vulture tweeting the friends and family of the Connecticut massacre targets
» Gun control? We need medication control! Newton elementary school shooter Adam Lanza likely on meds; labeled as having ‘personality disorder’
» Lanza most likely had a form of Autism: Let’s look at the facts regarding Autism as Autism was virtually unknown before the modern day advent of vaccinations
» See Scott Johnson’s Teaching: Pharmakeia: Sorcery, Pharmaceuticals & the Roots of Modern Day Drug Industry
» Gun control petition to White House gets large and immediate support online
» The Documented Human “Death Toll” Cost of “Gun Control”
» Crime & Murder Rates Plummet After a Law Required Firearms for Residents in Kennesaw, GA
» Dr. Johnson’s recommendations for natural alternatives to mind altering meds
» Warning Gun Control Advocates are at a Fever Pitch to Ban Firearms
The Antipsychotic Prescribed To Adam Lanza Has A Troubled History All Its Own
Dec. 18, 2012 By now the whole country is fully embroiled in the Gun Control debate, spurred by the grisly murder of 27 people, mostly kids, at the Sandy Hook Elementary school last Friday.
Guns might not be the only problem though.
New York Magazine wrote a piece about shooter Adam Lanza's supposed "aspergers" syndrome as a "red herring" meant to distract from the real problem (guns, of course, the subject goes without mentioning).
Inside the piece though they report Adam Lanza's uncle said the boy was prescribed Fanapt, a controversial anti-psychotic medicine.
Fanapt was the subject of a Bloomberg report when it passed regulators, after previously getting the "nonapproval" stamp. Why wasn't it approved, you might ask?
There are many reasons, some of which have to do with competing entities in a competitive market.
The main cited reason for the rejection was that it caused severe heart problems in enough patients to cause a stir.
Maybe more importantly, though, Fanapt is one of a many drugs the FDA pumped out with an ability to exact the opposite desired effect on people: that is, you know, inducing rather than inhibiting psychosis and aggressive behavior.
In fact, Fanapt was dropped by its first producer, picked up by another, initially rejected by the FDA, then later picked up and mass produced. The adverse side-effect is said to be "infrequent," but still it exists, and can't be ignored.
The reaction invoked by the drug in some people is reminiscent of the Jeffrey R. MacDonald case, where a Green Beret slaughtered his entire family and then fabricated a story about a marauding troop of "hopped up hippies".
MacDonald though, had Eskatrol in his system, a weight-loss amphetamine that's since been banned in part for its side effects of psychotic behavior and aggression.
These drugs are not the only ones that can cause the opposite of their desired effect. Several anti-depressant medications are also restricted to adults, for the depression they inspire in kids rather than eliminate.
Mass shooters and meds. What they all have in common.
UPDATED: Tuesday, January 8, 2013 - 10:15am
By now the entire country is involved in the gun control debate, but guns may not be the issue. With the string of recent mass shootings in our country, all of those shooters had something in common, and it was more than just holding a fire arm in their hand.
It could be that many shooters who go on mass killing sprees are misusing prescription medications, such as anti-psychotics.
Dr. Joseph Arisco, a private practice Psychiatrist in Tyler tells us, "Anti-psychotic medicine is the most potent medicine that psychiatrists use."
And according to professionals, like Dr. David Davis, Pharmacist; sometimes he says, "The side effects are more detrimental than the benefits of taking the medications."
These mass shooters in America were all reportedly taking some heavy duty anti-psychotics or other medications during or right before their killing sprees.
Aurora, Colorado killer, James Holmes, was reportedly taking a form of Prozac.
Adam Lanza, who was responsible for taking innocent children's lives at sandy hook elementary in Connecticut, was reportedly taking a controversial anti-psychotic medicine called “Fantapt.”
Even looking back to 1999 one of the shooters, Eric Harris, who was involved in taking a countless number of lives at Columbine High School was allegedly taking a heavy pharmaceutical called “Luvox.”
According to Davis, in some cases these meds can induce aggressive behavior rather than inhibit it, Davis says, "In some cases, yes anger, aggression combativeness those type of things increase in those types of patients."
The culprit to these mass shooting massacres is yet to be determined. Some think its guns; some think it's the lack of medicine for mental illness. But you can't rule out heavy prescription side effects as a possible cause of behavioral changes especially if taken improperly. Dr. Arisco says, “Anti-psychotics do not cause psychosis and do not cause people to become more psychotic. Now could that happen while you're taking those medicines of course it could."
Both Doctors Davis, and Arisco say, your mental health is important. Taking the right dosage of medicine is important and consulting with your doctor regularly while on medications like anti-psychotics is the best way to control, inhibit and reduce any adverse side effects.
This is from the writings of William F. Cooper. DISCLAIMER However...this is from his "Behold a Pale Horse", a good part which he debunked himself b/c he later admitted his research on Christianity/aliens ties(being that he thought an alien was crucified on the cross) was all wrong.(ie-Cooper would almost always admit his mistakes while being ahead of the game)
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