Saturday, March 18, 2017

Bath Salts Zombie Drug Possibly Possession?

Hi there! I pray everyone had a wonderful weekend. And stayed warm and safe in these dangerous blizzards. Mother Nature can sure cause major damage. It was 90 degrees everyone was sold out of ice. No power for 3 weeks. Gosh I pray that never happens again.

When this bath salt epidemic first started I had quite a few people start asking me are they under possession or just high? Well I'd say trying to bite people's face off and eat them.....I'd say possible possession. The enemy is behind it all. Look at our world? I can't imagine eating those things. It would have to make you severely ill so I'm confused they are able to do these horrific crimes and not be sick within 2 min after ingesting these bath salts. I believe it's a form of possession because who puts the temptation to get one that will actually take it. Not to mention the urge it gives people to eat others, or try. This is just my humble opinion on this subject. I wanted to address this to answer a few emails at once all asking the same things.

Satans time is near and he knows this. So they are stepping it up in hell with a harmless product that creates such violent and un speakable acts and attempted murder! Just like the Slender Man epidemic. He wasn't real, he was created by somebody on Creepy Pasta. That website is disturbing and I can't believe what these kids are saying and doing. Such dark and violent imagery. A 14 year old girl was stabbed 14 times due to her friends (13 & 14) said they wanted to make a sacrifice for the head demon Slender Man. Which would allow them special powers and live in the mansion with him. I'm not kidding. It's online as I remember reading it.

The following Information came from MedicalDaily.com:

19-year-old Austin Harrouff attacked and killed a couple in their Florida home, and he was found biting the face and abdomen of one of his victims. The attacker’s parents reported he had displayed strange behavior for months prior to the incident and that he possibly suffered from undiagnosed schizophrenia. Authorities, however, believed Harouff was likely high on the new street drug called Flakka, as use had previously been attributed to widespread incidents of strange and sometimes violent behavior.

On Nov. 23, however, media coverage of Harouff’s toxicology tests revealed that Flakka was not detected in Harrouff’s system. Thus, this “cannibal” incident did not involve the drug, as was widely believed.

Regardless, Flakka is a new and potentially dangerous synthetic drug. Flakka is a street name for alpha-PVP – a very potent synthetic cathinone drug. Synthetic cathinones are a new variety of amphetamine-like street drugs, which are commonly referred to as “bath salts.”

Flakka is a very potent and inexpensive stimulant. In fact, it appears to be more potent than methamphetamine, and it is believed to have higher addictive potential. Flakka use has been found to be associated with paranoia, delusions and hallucinations (which may be somewhat dependent on frequent and/or extensive use). Within 16 months (2014-2015) in Fort Lauderdale and its suburbs alone, 63 supposed Flakka users died from acute intoxication, accidents, suicides and homicides.

Flakka is particularly infamous for being tied to rashes of bizarre behavior in Florida and recently in Australia.".

See how there's new drugs being created by just mixing meth and all that other stuff will put you on a 24 hour trip. (Trip as is being high/slang) Not a pleasant experience for the user or people around the user. You don't know how you will react to these chemicals. The devil just loves this. The more death, fear, chaos etc..the more he horns in. Or when we are very happy and life is going well, they will ruin it creating so much trouble for you until you are no longer happy. In August, 19-year-old Austin Harrouff attacked and killed a couple in their Florida home, and he was found biting the face and abdomen of one of his victims. The attacker’s parents reported he had displayed strange behavior for months prior to the incident and that he possibly suffered from undiagnosed schizophrenia. Authorities, however, believed Harouff was likely high on the new street drug called Flakka, as use had previously been attributed to widespread incidents of strange and sometimes violent behavior.

On Nov. 23, however, media coverage of Harouff’s toxicology tests revealed that Flakka was not detected in Harrouff’s system. Thus, this “cannibal” incident did not involve the drug, as was widely believed.

Regardless, Flakka is a new and potentially dangerous synthetic drug. Flakka is a street name for alpha-PVP – a very potent synthetic cathinone drug. Synthetic cathinones are a new variety of amphetamine-like street drugs, which are commonly referred to as “bath salts.”

Flakka is a very potent and inexpensive stimulant. In fact, it appears to be more potent than methamphetamine, and it is believed to have higher addictive potential. Flakka use has been found to be associated with paranoia, delusions and hallucinations (which may be somewhat dependent on frequent and/or extensive use). Within 16 months (2014-2015) in Fort Lauderdale and its suburbs alone, 63 supposed Flakka users died from acute intoxication, accidents, suicides and homicides.

Flakka is particularly infamous for being tied to rashes of bizarre behavior in Florida and recently in Australia.In August, 19-year-old Austin Harrouff attacked and killed a couple in their Florida home, and he was found biting the face and abdomen of one of his victims. The attacker’s parents reported he had displayed strange behavior for months prior to the incident and that he possibly suffered from undiagnosed schizophrenia. Authorities, however, believed Harouff was likely high on the new street drug called Flakka, as use had previously been attributed to widespread incidents of strange and sometimes violent behavior.

On Nov. 23, however, media coverage of Harouff’s toxicology tests revealed that Flakka was not detected in Harrouff’s system. Thus, this “cannibal” incident did not involve the drug, as was widely believed.

Regardless, Flakka is a new and potentially dangerous synthetic drug. Flakka is a street name for alpha-PVP – a very potent synthetic cathinone drug. Synthetic cathinones are a new variety of amphetamine-like street drugs, which are commonly referred to as “bath salts.”

Flakka is a very potent and inexpensive stimulant. In fact, it appears to be more potent than methamphetamine, and it is believed to have higher addictive potential. Flakka use has been found to be associated with paranoia, delusions and hallucinations (which may be somewhat dependent on frequent and/or extensive use). Within 16 months (2014-2015) in Fort Lauderdale and its suburbs alone, 63 supposed Flakka users died from acute intoxication, accidents, suicides and homicides.

Flakka is particularly infamous for being tied to rashes of bizarre behavior in Florida and recently in Australia.

According to businessinsider.com The U.S. Navy produced this public service announcement warning recruits against using bath salts for all the obvious reasons -- vomiting, paranoia, brain swelling and violent behavior. Plus, you might see demons!

Demons show up in the dramatic re-enactment of a user's death in the video, and then again in a short discussion of the drug by Lt. George Loeffler of the Naval Medical Center in San Diego.

We have a powerful weapon and even Satan knows it can't be defeated and that's the Holy Spirit. Commanding in Christ name to leave be gone. Say it with authority. We have been promised in his name it shall be done. Amen? Don't show fear and stand your ground. Call on The Lord. It works.

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