The elite’s drug of choice
Adrenochrome is created in the body by the oxidation of adrenaline. It is what gives the “adrenaline high” associated with high-risk activities, such as sky diving.
Several small-scale studies were done in the 50s and 60s, reporting that adrenochrome triggered psychotic reactions like thought disorder, derealisation, and euphoria.1
Author Hunter S. Thompson described it this: “the first wave felt like a combination of mescaline and methedrine”.2
Role in Pedogate
It is speculated children are tortured to create large amounts of adrenochrome in the blood. This blood is either drunk or given in a blood transfusion.
Blood-type O-Negative is universal, meaning it can be used in transfusion regardless of the blood-type of the recipient. It is most commonly found in Black people.
It is especially common in Haitians.
The leaked emailed from Clinton’s campaign manager John Podesta contained many cryptic references to ‘walnuts’ and ‘walnut sauce’:
I’m coming to town the week after next and will bring some walnuts!3
Hey John, We know you’re a true master of cuisine and we have appreciated that for years … But walnut sauce for the pasta? Mary, plz tell us the straight story, was the sauce actually very tasty? 4
I should go through? I look forward to working with you (and maybe getting some of that pasta and walnut sauce dish!!) 5
We promised her a package, Rachel cleared that. I think we created one – like Walnut or something. Does this ring a bell? 6
Whilst this is clearly code, it is unclear whether walnut sauce refers to androchrome, pineal gland secretion, or something else entirely.
In Popular Culture
- The company in Monsters Inc generates energy by capturing the screams of children. It is considered to be an allegory for extracting adrenochrome by scaring children.
- ‘Drencrom’ features in A Clockwork Orange where it is added to milk, along with other drugs. This features in both the book by Anthony Burgess & film by Stanley Kubrick.
- Adrenochrome is featured in Season 1, Episode 1, “Whom the Gods Would Destroy,” of the British crime series Inspector Lewis.
- Terry Pratchett’s Discworld Sourcery describes the wizard Rincewind looking “like someone who had just eaten a handful of pineal glands and washed them down with a pint of adrenochrome”.
- John Smythies (2002). The adrenochrome hypothesis of schizophrenia revisited. Neurotoxicity Research 4 (2): 147–150. doi. [return]
- Thompson, Hunter S. (1971). Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Random House. ISBN 0-679-78589-2. [return]
- https://wikileaks.org/podesta-emails/emailid/43113 [return]
- https://wikileaks.org/podesta-emails/emailid/53381 [return]
- https://wikileaks.org/podesta-emails/emailid/30231 [return]
- https://wikileaks.com/clinton-emails/emailid/16662 [return]