2010 A 50-year mystery over the ‚cursed bread‘ of Pont-Saint-Esprit(see 1951), which left residents suffering hallucinations has been solved as the investigative journalist H.P. Albarelli Jr. discovered the CIA had spiked the bread with LSD as part of a mind control experiment at the height of the Cold War. He found a transcribed conversation between a CIA agent and a Sandoz official who mentions the „secret of Pont-Saint-Esprit“ and explains that it was not „at all“ caused by mould but by diethylamide, the D in LSD *** The US-American historian Prof. Linnda R. Caporael proves her thesis, that the convulsions and hallucinations that came up in Salem (1691/92) were wrongly detected as bewitchment but in fact triggered by Ergot-poisoning. After Dr. Hofmann called Caporael’s Thesis plausibly Prof. Mary Matossian began to set up a study of all areas where witch processes accumulated. In all areas of Europe where like in West-Salem rye was cultivated, the witch processes climaxed after a warm, wet spring and a stormy, rainy summer giving perfect conditions for Ergot to grow on rye *** Researchers found Ergot-alkaloids in the 2000 years old moorland corpse’s stomach and the intestine wall of the Grauballe man, found 1952 in a Denmark swamp. The assumptions of Linda Carporeal now seem proved, as this is a clear evidence that the Grauballe man had symptoms of an Ergot-poisoning and probably was brutally murdered as people must have thought that he was bewitched *** The “Soma” installation of the Belgium artist Carsten Höller is as well a spectacular art project as an experimental scientific assembly which is inspired by the myth of Soma as a wonder drink *** Scott Noble releases the US/YouTube-film „Human Resources – Social Engineering in the 20th Century“ and looks back to the roots of the exploration of human conditioning, rooting in the CIA’s MK-Ultra program *** British scientists decode the genom of „Chinese Spring“, a laboratory rat of the weath/weed world for better growth conditions.

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