The Origins of Prozac and the Tragic Death of Hitler’s Little Friend

Rare Photograph of the five inch tall genetically engineered puppy that inadvertantly became not only hitler's last victim but also his tiniest(And many insiders consider the dog to also perhaps be the cutest and most adorable of his victims).
Rare Photograph of the five inch tall genetically engineered puppy that inadvertently became Hitler's last victim

Little known but highly suggestive evidence has been amassed that in the period immediately following  Hitlers last meal (a lunch of spaghetti with a light sauce) as  Adolf and Eva Hitler went into Hitler’s personal study  the poor creature pictured above was crushed by the door as it shut. Due to Military Secrecy the  actual truth about the advanced Nazi genetic program was kept from the public until a freedom of information request in 2006. It turns out the Nazi’s,with their means justifies the end philosophy, had made a surprising amount of progress in genetic engineering almost all of which involved committing some atrocity.  On the lighter side one product of the research was  the five inch tall dog pictured above.

According to certain eyewitnesses the tiny animals had an extremely nice disposition. In an effort to keep down biting incidents among the staff the Nazi Doctors removed all aggressiveness from the dogs with a new drug they had just stumbled upon. This drug was intended to be used on the American and Russian troops in a desperate last act but at the critical moment they ran completely out of the limiting reagent.

So what happened to the drug? Well an American military doctor came across the formula and some of actual hand written lab manuals from various trials of the drug. The doctor then smuggled this information back to America and and began some of his own research using himself as the subject.  These experiments have never been reliably described but they have been implicated in the doctors rapid descent into drug addiction. He spent the last 30 years of his life in permanent psychosis being cared for by his sisters who used to cheer him up by telling him Nietzsche had also lived with his sisters.

Luckily  he summarized the results of the studies and copied out the formula and details of it’s production.  It was from this notebook that Jong-Sir Horng found the formula for  what was to be a new wonder drug.  Fluoxetine hydrochloride or Prozac ….or Fontex or Ladose or Sarafem or Solax. Yes it was the extremely activating (In certain individuals) serotonin re-uptake inhibitor Prozac. This drug, though not found to be any more effective then the previous generation of antidepressants, was nevertheless  described by the Psychiatrist and Popular author Peter D. Kramer as having the ability to make one feel “better than well”.   This led to the eventual “discovery” of most of the drugs available to the psychiatric profession for the treatment of depression.  By inhibiting the re-uptake of serotonin, norepinephrine and dopamine in various combinations drug companies were able to market a whole selection of drugs which according to FDA accepted studies all perform relatively the same in tests.  New tests are performed all the time and new illnesses pop up all over the place all treatable with these drugs.  Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Attacks, Social Isolation Syndrome all get their ad space allotment

The Origins of Prozac and the Tragic Death of Hitler’s Little Friend

Aldous Huxley’s Last Words :Dying on psychedelics

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Aldous Huxley‘s Last Words

LSD, 100 micrograms I.M.” His last words before dying, to his wife. She complied and he was injected twice before his death. [14]

Now there may be a legal way for some people to die while taking psychedelics under the Aegis of a John’s Hopkins University Study.

It all sounds rather creepy actually

“Volunteers enrolled in the study will receive careful preparation and 2 sessions in which they will receive psilocybin. Structured guidance will be provided during the session and afterwards to facilitate integration of the experiences. The study complies with FDA regulations.”

here’s the actual pitch

Seeking Volunteers with a Cancer Diagnosis

to participate in a scientific study of self-exploration
and personal meaning

In recent years, scientists at some U.S. universities have been conducting studies using entheogens, resuming research in pharmacology, psychology, creativity, and spirituality that was suspended following the drug excesses of the 1960s.

Entheogens include the peyote cactus used by the Native American Church, the psilocybin-containing mushrooms used as sacraments in Mesoamerica, and certain other plants and chemicals. Such substances have been used for thousands of years in cultures from the Amazon to ancient Greece as a means of inducing non-ordinary states of consciousness for psychological self-exploration and spiritual or religious purposes.

These states of consciousness are most widely known in connection with practices such as meditation and prolonged fasting. Context seems to play a major role in shaping entheogen experiences and their consequences. Despite the well-known problems that can arise in unstructured settings, the risks of entheogens in research and ritual contexts have proven to be very small.

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University are seeking volunteers with a current or past diagnosis of cancer who have some anxiety or are feeling down about their cancer to participate in a scientific study of self-exploration and personal meaning brought about by the entheogen psilocybin, a psychoactive substance found in mushrooms used as a sacrament in some cultures, given in a comfortable, supportive setting. Questionnaires and interviews will be used to assess the effects of the substance on consciousness, mood, and behavior.

Volunteers enrolled in the study will receive careful preparation and 2 sessions in which they will receive psilocybin. Structured guidance will be provided during the session and afterwards to facilitate integration of the experiences. The study complies with FDA regulations.

Volunteer must be between the ages of 21 and 70, have no personal history of severe psychiatric illness, or recent history of alcoholism or drug abuse, have someone willing to pick them up and drive them home at the end of the two psilocybin sessions (around 5:00 PM).

If you would like to discuss the possibility of volunteering, please call 410–550–5990 or email cancer@bpru.org and ask for Mary, the study’s research coordinator. Confidentiality will be maintained for all applicants and participants.

Principal Investigator: Roland R. Griffiths, Ph.D., Protocol: NA_00001390

Aldous Huxley’s Last Words :Dying on psychedelics