reply to post by silent thunder
You’ve touch on a topic that is very near to me and I intend to post more detail about in the upcoming months but for now I will expose you to this
bit of information as it seems it may apply to your post.
Starting in the late fifties to early sixties, hospitals began using an anesthesia called Lycaeum a.k.a Ketamine in some surgical procedures, here in
the US and abroad. Ketamine is a disassociate drug, some consider to be a toggle switch drug. Meaning it disconnects the nerve connections between
the brain and the rest of the body and its effect is very fast to start and just as fast to end. Effectively immobilizing the patient.
At the time it was considered another miracle break through drug for medicine and readily became the most commonly used anesthesia. The downside to
the drug is that the body can quickly build a resistance to its affects, the affects can greatly range between patients and some people experience
only a partial disconnect at the same dosage as the next person who experiences a complete disconnect.
When trying to understand this, realize that when a patient is NOT fully disconnected by this drug, they may feel everything happening to them, but
simply cannot move or do anything about it, not even to utter a sound or twitch a muscle. Those who were only partially disconnected may experience
what seamed to be a really, really bad dream. Although to date it has never been proven to be cause and affect related, many of the earlier patients
that have undergone surgery with an unbalance dosage in those early years, as well as those that are victims of forced abuse, have developed various
psychosis and psychotic episodes, consisting of extreme feelings of great sadness, paranoia, or feelings of violence or guilt, loathsome hatred, and
rarely, some feel an overwhelming sense of love.
In the late sixties to early seventies, hospitals stopped using the drug on adults in surgery as a response to a law suite whereas a patient claimed
to have experience excruciating pain and had been awake but paralyzed yet aware during her entire surgical procedure. Her claims, as were all others
at the time, were dismissed as being impossible as determined by medical professionals. But her claims were later deemed credible when the patient was
able to recall minuet details of the operating room and verbatim recall of several conversations that took place during her surgery.
After that Ketamine was no longer used on adults in surgery but was continue to be used on children until the early to mid 1980’s, , who have
apparently suffered some of the same results as their adult counterparts albeit on a smaller and less frequently scale. What has been learned is that
some of the people who have a recall of being on a table surrounded by people with large heads, big eyes and little to no mouth, may be having a hazy
recall of their tonsillectomy or similar surgery. Those people surrounding them with the big heads are doctors and surgical staff wearing scrubs,
masks and magnifying glasses. Generally the team consists of the Doctor and several assistants with the doctor positioned directly over the young
patient. Giving the appearance of one big one with several other little ones around “him”. It can be surmised as a strange, cloudy, surreal dream
like state of which the patient has no other closely related experiences, until they read or hear descriptions of alien abductions at which time this
experience “fits” that desription.
Ketamine was discontinued being used on humans but has remained in veterinarian surgeries since the sixties to the present. However it was discovered
that discrepancies in dosage could be overcome in humans by using an electroencephalograph (EEG) on the patient to monitor brainwave activity, thus
insuring that the patient is completely disconnected and unconscious during the surgery. This allows medicine to again use this drug as an anesthesia
for surgery in a safer and effective manner. This slowly began to occur in the US beginning around 1998.
It is this dream like state that many people are familiar with that may be directly linked to the use of Ketamine and Ketamine like drugs. This drug
has also been widely abused as it has been readily available since the sixties and relatively uncontrolled or under-controlled up until the mid
nineties. It was sold in great quantities through ranch supply houses for veterinarian use on farm animals during this time, available without
prescription in some cases.
The drug has been abused by being used as a date rape drug, it can be mixed with a drink, smoked and it is readily absorbed through any mucus membrane
as well as is being inject-able. It has been administer by being added to other recreational drugs, used in replacement of those drugs in a slight of
hand, in some cases been administered by MDSO or even the use of a dart gun.
I am not suggesting that all experiences of a dreamlike state in which you may feel that you are being experimented on or are being probed are a
result of the above description and/or the above abuse, but since this topic has come up, I feel the need to put this information out there for you to
consider. Perhaps protect your self, if needed.
Links for Ketamine
Links for DMSO
links for dart gun
Side note for dart gun, cap-chur dart guns were invented by “Red” Palmer of Atlanta, GA for the purpose of large animal capture and inoculations
of wild and domesticated animals, of in the wild, zoos or on ranches and farms. His number one customer, to his dismay, has been the federal
government, requesting “primate” darts, go figure!
Onset of a Ketamine induced coma, the subject may hear the sound of crickets rapidly getting louder, until almost deafening. Or sounds of a similar
tone or tone type. Onset is very fast, only a few seconds at most.
Signs of DMSO use, a metallic taste or taste of oysters, much like that of canned oysters packed in cotton seed oil which can linger for hours.
Some brands of veterinarian Ketamine may make the skin appear red or orange, some pale white.