Adrenochrome & CPS: Trafficking, killing & selling the blood of America’s children


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(Natural News) We’re not talking about the Red Cross here ladies and gentlemen and what follows is not for the faint of heart nor designed to frighten you, but to call you to action.  As a large number of children “disappear,” the questions into not only the issue of pedophilia arise, but also the murder and subsequent selling of murdered children’s blood also is in question.  Adrenochrome is at the center of it all and sadly children, especially Native American children, are the primary targets.

(Article by Tim Brown republished from SonsOfLibertyMedia.com)

According to Wikipedia, “Adrenochrome is a chemical compound with the molecular formula C9H9NO3 produced by the oxidation of adrenaline (epinephrine). The derivative carbazochrome is a hemostatic medication. Despite a similarity in chemical names, it is unrelated to chrome or chromium.”

“Adrenochrome is unscheduled by the Controlled Substances Act in the United States, but if sold as a supplement, sales must conform to U.S. supplement laws. If sold for consumption as a food or drug, sales are regulated by the FDA.”

However, where does it come from?

It comes from blood.

As we have seen before, the corrupt organizations working inside the united States are not only for the murder of unborn children but also want to harvest their organs and sell them off for profit.  The same is true concerning blood, but not necessarily the blood of the unborn, but fully alive children who are murdered.

In a 2016 report, my friend Jim White of Northwest Liberty News has been exposing the ongoing corruption of Child Protective Services in Montana and across the country.  Take a look at what Jim has uncovered in this video.

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The child trafficking isn’t just for sex.  It’s also used to stimulate adrenaline in the bloodstream to heightened conditions, and then the child’s throat is slit, the blood collected and then the adrenaline separated for a cocktail that some believe will add youth to their lives.

Again, we are already witnessing the blood of the young being sold as going mainstream.

Michael Snyder reported:

a company called Ambrosia has opened clinics in five major U.S. cities where you can actually have “youthful blood” injected directly into your veins.  But it isn’t cheap.  According to Jesse Karmazin, the founder of Ambrosia, having one liter of young blood injected into you will cost $8,000 and getting two liters of young blood will set you back $12,000

The company is now up and running, Karmazin told Business Insider on Wednesday. Ambrosia recently revamped its website with a list of clinic locations and is now accepting payments for the procedure via PayPal. Two options are listed: 1 liter of young blood for $8,000, or 2 liters for $12,000.

In the fall, Karmazin — who is not a licensed medical practitioner — told Business Insider he planned to open the first Ambrosia clinic in New York City by the end of the year. That didn’t happen. Instead, he said, the sites where customers can get the procedure include Los Angeles; San Francisco; Tampa, Florida; Omaha, Nebraska; and Houston, Texas.

OK, so what does this have to do with children, you might ask?  One source points to what is actually going on and what Jim White has attested to is taking place not only in Montana, where this is a high population of Native Americans with RH agglutinogen in their blood, but also a traffic route in which many Native Americans are being kidnapped and never seen again.

Read more at: SonsOfLibertyMedia.com


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