Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Amnesiacs- used as a medicine

I didn't know this classification of medicines actually existed that can wipe away your conscious memories given your body weight and dosage for a day, week, month or possibly longer.

In 2003 in January my father in law was put into a medically induced coma and then after being kept under anethesia for 2 weeks time was given amnesiac drugs to forget the last two weeks. This was when I discovered this classification of drugs for the first time. IN

I write about using this drug to keep a U.S. Time Cadre from not passing a lie detector test if asked certain questions regarding what they have been doing. Plausible deniability is important for secret cadres worldwide in many situations likely.

So, are amnesiacs given to soldiers or secret agents after a job done anywhere on earth they will never remember what they have done and could likely pass a lie detector test even if one was given?

This is likely how UFOs did various kinds of experiments likely with all people on earth who can read ongoing since at least World War II.

However, only people like myself who are capable of connecting with their subconscious at a cellular level who are natural intuitives would remember any of this even after being given Amnesiacs by UFOs.

So, it is possible now using these amnesiacs to get the public to forget anything they saw actually happen if stunned and drugged soon after the incident.

The reality of this should disturb all of us.

I think the difference between most amnesiacs and Roofies is that roofies remove memories as they are happening and most amnesiacs remove memories of the past days or weeks or months instead.

Another drug in this category is the Date Rape Drug:

  1. A date rape drug, also referred to as a predator drug, is any drug that is an incapacitating agent ... The most common types of DFSA are those in which a victim consumes a .... After the drug wears off, users may find themselves unable to remember what happened while under its influence (anterograde amnesia), and feeling ...

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