The Search for the Fountain of Youth Leads Ultra Rich to Consume Blood of Children

Have you ever laid your head down on your pillow at the end of a long day and asked yourself, ‘What if Alex Jones is right about inter-dimensional vampires?’ If not, you will, because- cultural elites have been feeding on the blood of children for thousands of years. Now, modern science backs their claims- and the ultra-rich are taking transfusions of children’s blood.

With all the heightened awareness of child trafficking over the last couple of years, this is a topic the importance of which cannot be overstated.  The purpose of this post is to concretize the immediacy and extremity of the worst imaginable child abuse by powerful people.

They inhabit multi-million dollar homes and enjoy glamorous lives of extravagance. But their shining lifestyles are under-girded with the worst possible evil. Now, the ultra rich are paying as much as $8,000 a pop for 34-ounce doses of youth blood in an effort to retard the aging process.

It’s called Parabiosis, and it’s nothing new. We all know, that elites have been doing this for thousands of years. But now, modern science is telling them that this grotesquely evil practice actually works.

In the least evil of these transactions, desperate youths sell their blood willingly. The money can be enough to buy them housing or food for a few months. But as demand rises, how dark could even the most above board of these transactional relationships become? More importantly, how much young blood is derived from unwilling donors moved through black markets?

The anti-aging properties of youth blood is a well established– albeit, under publicized– medical fact. According to a report published in the scientific journal Nature in 2015;

“By joining the circulatory system of an old mouse to that of a young mouse, scientists have produced some remarkable results. In the heart, brain, muscles and almost every other tissue examined, the blood of young mice seems to bring new life to aging organs, making old mice stronger, smarter and healthier. It even makes their fur shinier.”

Now, Stanford and Harvard and putting their academic authority behind the practice as well. Both colleges have produced studies that support “parabiosis.” Their research on mice, wherein they infused older mice with the blood of younger mice, showed the marked decrease in signs of aging in the recipient mice. The transfusions also eliminated or reduced the signs and symptoms of age-related diseases.

Now, a California company called Ambrosia is offering to transfuse human plasma into paying recipients. The transfusions take place over a two day period where the recipient’s circularity system is linked to that of a donor.

The very notion of this kind of practice is abusive on its face. There is no situation in which a “youth” (read child) can give blood without the inevitable abuse that comes with age-related power disparity. This is the same reason people under specified ages cannot legally consent to sex and why sex with children is a universally abhorrent thing.

How much worse then is it to buy the blood of a child?

This brings to mind the well-documented abuses of Planned Parenthood. It has come to light in recent years that PP lies to mothers about providing prenatal care and that they sell blood and tissue of aborted babies to research groups, medical manufacturers, and hospitals.

It has also come to light that families fleeing Syria have been found in the custody of human trafficking rings- many of which use stolen children for organ harvesting.

This is not news that we report with any sense of joy or triumph.

The fact is, major respected institutions are telling us that the blood of the young has a revitalizing effect on those who consume it. From this, we can infer a number of things; this has been going on much longer than we are being told, the underbelly of this practice is deep and dark, the practice is growing. Worse of all, demand for youth blood is growing as a result of these academic publications.

We implore you to do your own research. Learn the facts, and resist.

~ Health Scams Exposed


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