Millions of Americans (and many more around the world) are swallowing pharmaceuticals made from venom peptides that come from pit vipers, rattlesnakes, toxic cone snails, leeches, Gila monster lizards and more. Drugs in development have been made from creatures like the Deathstalker scorpion or even vampire bats.
This realization is just hitting the consciousness of humanity and spreading like wildfire, initiated by Dr. Bryan Ardis and his controversial claim that COVID-19 vaccines and treatments may be deliberately exposing people to venom-like peptides, whose toxic effects seem to strongly align with “vaccine” side effects and COVID-19 treatment deaths.
Regardless of what people think about Ardis’ claims, his courage to step forward has set off a wave of journalistic research (in the independent media, anyway) about reptile venoms used in pharmaceuticals.
We’ve even published a full infographic listing all the known pharmaceuticals made from venom (see below).
Venomtech and ToxinTech
Our own research has turned up two companies that are heavily involved in venom research for pharmaceutical companies:
Both of these companies have catalogued massive libraries of venoms from thousands of different animal species, and they license these venom libraries to drug companies for use in drug discovery. The goal is to turn these into high-profit prescription medications that people swallow in order to mask symptoms of disease.
The Venomtech company has now been linked to Anthony Fauci’s “secret island” of inhumane medical experiments on monkeys and beagles via Charles River Laboratories, a pharmaceutical company that leased the island and runs it in the United States.
This means that Venomtech is licensing its venom peptides library to the same pharmaceutical company that helped run the facilities in which Fauci’s evil “scientists” conducted cruel, inhuman medical experiments on monkeys and beagles. Fauci also ran cruel medical experiments on minority children in New York, as documented in RFK Jr’s book, “The Real Anthony Fauci.”
It begs the question: Does Venomtech has any limits on who it will license its technology to? Would Venomtech license its library to a modern-day rendition of Dr. Josef Mengele? We are reaching out to Venomtech to ask this very question and will bring you their answer if they reply. In summary, does Venomtech support its customers using its venom peptides library to conduct cruel and inhumane medical experiments?
ToxinTech specializes in animal toxins for pharmaceutical development
The ToxinTech company, located in the United States, specializes in providing venom-based toxins / peptides for pharmaceutical research. From their home page:
Designer Toxins are produced by a proprietary technology platform which generate thousands to millions of novel combinatorial variants of evolution-tested, target-biased animal toxins and a screening platform to isolate those hits that are active on the pharmaceutical targets of interest in their native cellular milieu or in a purified form. Designer Toxins can be employed to identify new hits or leads for drug development…
Today, animal venom toxins are the source of a number of major medications, including first-in-class agents, with indications for a diverse range of diseases from cardiovascular disorders to metabolic and to chronic pain. Additionally venom toxins are the source of a number of diagnostic and drug-cosmetic agents.
The ToxinTech company even seems to celebrate the fact that animal venoms can “kill prey in seconds” and can “target vital receptors key to neuromuscular, cardiovascular, hemostatic and other life functions.”
The company also states that their venoms are “chemically stable” which means, of course, they don’t simply break down in water. Some scientifically illiterate influencers in the alt media have absurdly claimed that snake venom peptides would be destroyed in water. As usual, they have no clue what they are talking about.
From the ToxinTech.com home page:
The ToxinTech home page offers this example of how a specific toxin known as Mokatoxin-1 is derived from scorpions and acts as a potassium channel inhibitor (which is how it poisons and kills prey):
Millions of people are swallowing venom while being told by their doctors that it’s “medicine”
ToxinTech was founded by molecular biologist Zoltan Takacs, who holds a PhD in pharmacology (with additional research at Yale University) and is a recipient of the Columbia Earth Institute Fellowship and National Geographic Society’s Emerging Explorer awards.
For the record, we are not ascribing any nefarious intent to Zoltan Takacs or ToxinTech. No doubt Takacs is a brilliant researcher, and he has built a rather impressive venom modeling system known as “Designer Toxins.”
The reason we mention all this is to merely point out that animal venoms and toxins are routinely used in drug development by pharmaceutical companies. The result is that millions of people are swallowing reptile venoms every day in America alone. In our view, these venoms mask symptoms of disease and allow drug companies to earn enormous profits while masking symptoms and avoiding the underlying causes of disease.
For example, you can “treat” high blood pressure by slowly poisoning the heart with venom, causing blood pressure to fall and eliminating the symptom of “high blood pressure,” but this does not resolve the underlying issues of why a person has high blood pressure in the first place: Obesity, dietary habits, lack of physical fitness, consumption of processed junk foods, etc. In this way, venom-based pharmaceuticals may create the false impression that a disease condition is being “treated” when it’s actually just being covered up. Yet this is the primary modus operandi of Big Pharma — masking symptoms for profit rather than empowering patients with solutions to resolve the underlying causes. (How many doctors tell their cancer patients to consume vitamin D? Almost zero…)
Nevertheless, we welcome a response from ToxinTech and would even welcome an interview with Zoltan Takacs if he wishes to explain the applications of his toxin library and respond to any questions about the use of animal venoms in pharmaceuticals. ToxinTech should note that we are high-IQ science-minded journalists, not the usual dumbed-down, scientifically-illiterate morons who populate the mainstream media. And we are open to explanations of truly therapeutic use of novel molecules, such as in treatments for chronic pain.
The list of pharmaceuticals derived from animal venom
ToxinTech provides a table of pharmaceuticals derived from animal venom. We have recreated the chart below, citing ToxinTech as the intermediary source, and also citing the original source which is: Takacs & Nathan (2014) Animal Venoms in Medicine. In: Encyclopedia of Toxicology, 3rd ed, Vol 1. Elsevier, Academic Press, 52.
This table shows how Big Pharma’s drugs are derived from scorpions, Gila monsters, rattlesnakes, leeches, cone snails, pit vipers and other venom-producing animals:
Prialt drug, made from the Magical Cone Snail, warns about hallucinations, confusion, suicide and altered states of consciousness (but makes no mention of cone snail venom origins)
One drug derived from venom is called Prialt, made by TerSera therapeutics. You can see the drug’s marketing materials at www.Prialt.com
There, the drug makes no mention of its venom origins. There’s nothing about the Magical Cone Snail or venom origins.
As required by drug regulators, however, the Prialt drug does reveal a shocking list of symptoms, including hallucinations (which must be what makes the cone snail “magical”):
PRIALT may cause serious side effects including psychiatric (mental) symptoms and problems thinking (confusion, memory problems, speech difficulties). The doctor should be called immediately if, while taking PRIALT, you:
– are confused or disoriented
– are less alert
– see or hear things that are not real (hallucinations)
– have changes in mood or consciousness
Your doctor may stop your treatment with PRIALT, give you other medicines, or require you to be hospitalized if you experience any of these symptoms.
An intelligent person might think that if someone is “seeing or hearing things that are not real,” they must be watching CNN’s coverage of Ukraine. But this can also be caused by Prialt, which warns that certain people should never take Prialt, including anyone who has, “a mental illness called psychosis (a loss of contact with reality, usually including delusions (false beliefs about what is taking place or who one is) or hallucinations (seeing or hearing things that aren’t real).”
That would likely include all Democrats who think inflation is caused by Putin rather than the US Treasury’s money printing, but that’s a different story.
“The most common side effects of PRIALT include dizziness, nausea, confusion and uncontrolled eye movements,” adds the Prialt website. You can read the full insert sheet of the drug — containing truly shocking details — at this PDF document from the Tersera.com website.
In truth, the reason all these side effects are so severe is because Prialt is made from the neurotoxic venom of the Magical Cone Snail. If doctors (or patients) were aware of the drug’s origins, they might think twice about using it, or they might have a better clue about where the neurological side effects are coming from.
Clueless doctors blindly prescribe venom to patients, oblivious to where it comes from
The thing is, doctors have no idea they are prescribing venom to patients when they’re writing out medication prescriptions. That’s because most doctors are shockingly isolated from the actual origins of the drugs they are pushing, so they may be directing their patients to take rattlesnake venom (or other toxins), having no idea whatsoever that they are actually dishing out reptilian venom peptides relabeled as FDA-approved medications.
Is it any surprise that the American Medical Association’s logo features a reptilian serpent encircling a staff of power? (Understand your symbols, folks. They are telling you everything right to your face…)
On Thursday’s ‘Situation Update’ podcast, Natural News‘ Mike Adams discuss this list in great detail and even perform a short rendition of “The Elements Song,” replacing elements with the names of venoms.
Hear the full podcast here:
Grimes Auctioning Off Her Met Gala Accessories to Support BIPOC Families in Ukraine
Couture for a cause.
Grimes is doing her part to support the Black, Indigenous and people of color of Ukraine by auctioning off some of her most memorable fashion accessories.
“I’m auctioning stuff from my Met gala look last year to raise money to help get BIPOC families out of Ukraine since they’re having trouble exiting at the border,” she shared in an Instagram post on May 16, adding that the auction on display at Los Angeles’ HVW8 Gallery includes “the works of 50 distinguished artists who aim to support Emergency Response & BIPOC families in and out of Ukraine.”
Explaining that each piece in the auction “offers a unique interpretation of the theme ‘resistance,'” Grimes donated a whimsical pair of earcuffs, designed by Romantic Elf Jewelry, and a chrome CHRISHABANA x Dune Harkonnen face mask.
The experimental musician wore the pieces to the 2021 Met Gala back in September, along with a sheer Iris Van Herpen gown, for the event’s “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion” theme. Her look — which was inspired by the 1984 cult classic “Dune” (and subsequent 2021 remake) based on Frank Herbert’s novel — also included a replica Medieval sword repurposed from a Colt AR-15A3.
The weapon, however, is not up for auction, as it’s “a permanent piece” of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s collection.
See some of the top looks from the 2021 Met Gala.
All proceeds from the auction will go to non-profit organizations Diaspora Relief and Razom for Ukraine, which will use the funds to provide food, shelter, and evacuation support to those in need, the “Genesis” singer explained. Bidding is open exclusively on Artsy and will start closing on May 26.
Grimes, 34 — who shares two children with ex Elon Musk — is just one of many celebs who has made efforts to help Ukraine amid Russia’s recent invasion. In March, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis shared a video on Instagram to announce that they had achieved their goal of raising $30 million to help the European country.
“Over 65,000 of you donated,” shared Kunis, who moved from Ukraine to the United States in 1991. “We are overwhelmed with gratitude for the support. While this is far from [solving] the problem, our collective effort will provide a softer landing for so many people as they forge ahead into their future of uncertainty.”
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have reached their donation goal of $30 million for Ukraine amid the Russia invasion. The couple took to Instagram on Thursday to share the exciting news.
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15 electric buses OK’d for South Dade Transitway
Written by Gabriela Henriquez Stoikow on May 17, 2022
Miami-Dade keeps expanding its electric bus fleet, with a new buy of 15 buses to roll down the South Dade Transitway starting in August 2023.
Commissioners on Tuesday OK’d a grant pact with the Florida Department of Transportation to get the 60-foot electric buses for a $17.47 million total cost, of which the state is to pay $8.7 million and the county the remainder from half-penny transit surtax funds. Kionne McGhee cast the only ‘no’ vote.
The South Dade Transitway Corridor is one of the six rapid transit corridors of the Strategic Miami Area Rapid Transit (SMART) Plan. The 19.8-mile route runs from Dadeland South Metrorail station along US 1 to SW 344th Street.
The bus buy is part of an active solicitation of 100 60-foot electric buses, a memo from Chief Operations Officer Jimmy Morales details. “These are articulated buses with more passenger capacity,” said Luis Espinoza, transportation department spokesperson.
The Miami-Dade Transportation Planning Organization Governing Board OK’d an amendment to the Transportation Improvement Program last week to include new federal funding to buy ten battery-powered electric buses.
The county has been shifting toward electric power since 2019, when commissioners agreed to buy 33 battery-electric buses and install depot chargers from Proterra. In 2021 the county bought 42 more buses, bringing total electric-powered transit buses to 75.
The shipment of 33 electric buses will begin to arrive in July, followed by another 42 from October through January 2023, Mr. Espinoza said. “Upon the full delivery of the 75 vehicles, DTPW will run one of the largest fleets of 40-foot battery-powered electric buses in the United States.”
The department is now testing for service its first-ever all-electric bus, Mr. Espinoza added.
Proterra battery-electric buses feature zero tailpipe emissions, saving about 230,000 pounds of greenhouse gases a year when replacing a diesel bus, a county press note says.
Rickenbacker Causeway bike safety fast-tracked
Written by Gabriela Henriquez Stoikow on May 17, 2022
Miami-Dade commissioners seek immediate action to protect cyclists just days after a Jeep SUV fatally injured two bicyclists on the Rickenbacker Causeway.
Commissioners Tuesday brainstormed actions and agreed to discuss cyclists’ safety in a Transportation Mobility Committee meeting June 7. Raquel Regalado and Eileen Higgins said they would craft a proposal and Ms. Higgins asked Mayor Daniella Levine Cava for immediate actions beforehand.
Commissioners proposed immediately erecting barricades in high-incident areas and having tough conversations about funding needed improvements. For the long term, they said, the county should target federal and private funds and begin teaching people of all ages to respect cyclists.
“I am directing our department immediately to take urgent measures; I have in my authority up to $250,000 that we will be using for short-term bicyclist safety enhancement measures on the Rickenbacker, exactly at the places that are most vulnerable,” the mayor said.
Key Biscayne Mayor Michael Davey said the county’s public works department is working with the village’s staff to develop a conceptual plan for the causeway.
“While we appreciate the discussions that are taking place concerning the short-term ways to improve safety along the causeway, we believe that it is critical to work together toward a long-term solution for the Rickenbacker,” he said.
Commissioner Regalado advocated barricades to protect cyclists in high-incident areas. “I don’t know what else is it going to take for us to take some immediate steps, so I would like the administration to respond to that,” she said.
Chairman Jose “Pepe” Díaz said enhancing the cyclist’s security is going to take time to study before the county starts spending money on solutions.
“The issue of protected bike lanes in this county it’s embarrassing how behind we are. I don’t know if we’re one decade, two decades or an entire century behind the rest of this country,” said Ms. Higgins.
She criticized that the county’s Vision Zero plan, whose aim is to eliminate all traffic-related deaths and serious injuries by 2030, “I think is an absolute joke.”
“I just think the cycling [tragedy] on the Rickenbacker Causeway is similar to gun violence in my neighborhood and around North Miami and Liberty City,” Commissioner Jean Monestime said. “We just don’t want to do what we’re supposed to do about these things. It costs a lot of money to solve these issues [and] it requires very tough decisions.”
Kionne McGhee argued for the temporary barricades to protect cyclists. “The temporary barricades, the partnership with someone on the outside, a private company or private donor, I think that needs to be done now.”
Vice Chairman Oliver Gilbert agreed. “If we can do things like barricades now, to make specific areas safer, which we know are high-incident areas, I think that we should do it because I would much rather explain why we moved quickly to do something than explain to someone that we move slowly and did nothing and someone else died,” he said.
Sen. Javier Souto advocated educating people of all ages to respect cyclists. “Bikers need to be respected, and that starts home and starts with the school,” he said.
At Tuesday’s meeting, commissioners approved a report by the mayor in which the Department of Transportation and Public Works identifies steps needed to replace the causeway’s Bear Cut Bridge, another needed infrastructure project without funds allocated yet for design or construction.
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