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Saturday, April 22, 2017

Lysilamic Acid Lethal Drugs (LSD) Eliminate Awareness For The Spiritual Awakening :

UNDERSTANDING For Lysilamic acid ( LSD )

Lysilamic acid ( LSD ) is a type of new chemical substance that is hallucinogenic. These chemicals or drugs, are shaped like paper and are usually attached to the term psychadelic.
Introduced by Sandoz Laboratories (now Novartis ), under the trade name Delysid , as a drug with various psychiatric uses in 1947 , it was also a great hope in the world of medicine, especially psychological. In Indonesia there are so many names for this drug, including acid, elite, stamps, god paper, etc.
LSD is relatively non-addictive, and low toxicity. LSD is well known for its psychological effects that can be used as a medication for recreation (recreational) as well as seeking tranquility or meditation, and plays an important role in the 1960s .
The single dose of the diethylamine lyster acid ranges from 100-500 micrograms or mcg. The amount is almost equivalent to 1/10 of the mass of a grain of sand. What is now being circulated in the Indonesian market is still limited to 100-320mcg.
Physical reactions to LSD vary and are not specific, depending on body weight, physical and psychological conditions, the environment in which the drug is used and the purpose of the human consuming it. The larger or heavier the size of the human body, the more mcg doses are required to present the hallucinogenic effects or so-called visual effects. Since the drug has a hallucinogenic effect, it is recommended to ascertain what the drug is for in order for the wearer to control how and where it will be used. Few cases mention this drug has an adverse effect or a common bad trip , where the wearer becomes uncontrolled and causes problems everywhere.
LSD Ecstasy
Diethylamine lyster acid (LSD) is a hallucinogenic narcotic. This drug is psychedelic from the ergolina family.
The data are as follows:
• Common name: LSD LSD-25; Diethylamide Licentric Acid.
• Chemical formula: 9,10-Didehydro- N, N -diethyl-6-methylergoline-8 β -carboxamide. C 20 H 25 N 3 O = 323.4.
• A colorless crystal material.
• Soluble in water.
• LSD is easily degraded in biological specimens when exposed to light or high temperatures. LSD can also bind glass containers in acid solution.
• Dissociation constant: pK a 7.5.
• Partition coefficient: Log P (octanol / water), 2.9.
• Its structure:
LSD was first synthesized by Albert Hofmann in 1938 from ergot, a mushroom grain that usually grows on rye. The LSD form is derived from the beginning of the LSD-25 code name, which stands for Lysergsäure "diethylamid-Germany" followed by the serial number. LSD is sensitive to oxygen, ultraviolet light, and chlorine, especially in solutions. In its pure form it is colorless, odorless, and slightly bitter. LSD is usually delivered orally, usually on a substrate such as paper ink absorbent, a sugar cube, or gelatin. In liquid form, it can also be administered by intramuscular or intravenous injection. LSD is very strong, with 20-30 μg (microgram) is the dose of LSD threshold.
Introduced by Sandoz Laboratories (now Novartis), under the trade name Delysid, As a drug with various psychiatric uses in 1947, LSD soon became a therapeutic agent that seemed to give rise to great expectations.
LSD is non-addictive and non-toxic (non-toxic) and is well-known for its psychological effects that cause closed eyes, time sense distortions, ego death and deep cognitive shifts, and an important role in the years of intimacy 1960.
The single dose of the diethylamine lyster acid ranges from 100-500 micrograms. The amount is almost equivalent to 1/10 of the mass of a grain of sand.
Physical reactions to LSD vary and are not specific. The following symptoms have been reported: uterine constraction, hypothermia, fever, elevated blood sugar levels, erectile rupture, increased cardiac output, jaw grip, perspiration, Midriasis (dilated pupils), saliva and mucus production, suhad (feeling of sleeplessness), hiperefleksia, and tremors. There are some indications that LSD can cause a dissociative fuga state in people who consume certain types of antidepressants such as lithium and tricyclic salts.
LSD is a chiral compound with two stereocenters in carbon atoms C-5 and C-8, so theoretically LSD has four different optical isomers. LSD, also called (+) - D-LSD, has an absolute configuration (5 R, 8 R). C-5 isomers of lysergamides do not exist in nature and are not formed during the synthesis of D-lisergic acid. Retrosynthetically, in the chiral center C-5 can be analyzed and have the same chirality of alpha carbon from the biological amino acid L-tryptophan, the precursor to all biosynthetic ergoline compounds. Production of saliva and mucus, suhad (feeling of sleeplessness), hiperefleksia, and tremors. There are some indications that LSD can cause a dissociative fuga state in people who consume certain types of antidepressants such as lithium and tricyclic salts. LSD is a chiral compound with two stereocenters in carbon atoms C-5 and C-8, so theoretically LSD has four different optical isomers. LSD, also called (+) - D-LSD, has an absolute configuration (5 R, 8 R). C-5 isomers of lysergamides do not exist in nature and are not formed during the synthesis of D-lisergic acid. Retrosynthetically, in the chiral center C-5 can be analyzed and have the same chirality of alpha carbon from the biological amino acid L-tryptophan, the precursor to all biosynthetic ergoline compounds. Production of saliva and mucus, suhad (feeling of sleeplessness), hiperefleksia, and tremors. There are some indications that LSD can cause a dissociative fuga state in people who consume certain types of antidepressants such as lithium and tricyclic salts. LSD is a chiral compound with two stereocenters in carbon atoms C-5 and C-8, so theoretically LSD has four different optical isomers. LSD, also called (+) - D-LSD, has an absolute configuration (5 R, 8 R). C-5 isomers of lysergamides do not exist in nature and are not formed during the synthesis of D-lisergic acid. Retrosynthetically, in the chiral center C-5 can be analyzed and have the same chirality of alpha carbon from the biological amino acid L-tryptophan, the precursor to all biosynthetic ergoline compounds. Hiperefleksia, and tremors. There are some indications that LSD can cause a dissociative fuga state in people who consume certain types of antidepressants such as lithium and tricyclic salts. LSD is a chiral compound with two stereocenters in carbon atoms C-5 and C-8, so theoretically LSD has four different optical isomers. LSD, also called (+) - D-LSD, has an absolute configuration (5 R, 8 R). C-5 isomers of lysergamides do not exist in nature and are not formed during the synthesis of D-lisergic acid. Retrosynthetically, in the chiral center C-5 can be analyzed and have the same chirality of alpha carbon from the biological amino acid L-tryptophan, the precursor to all biosynthetic ergoline compounds. Hiperefleksia, and tremors. There are some indications that LSD can cause a dissociative fuga state in people who consume certain types of antidepressants such as lithium and tricyclic salts. LSD is a chiral compound with two stereocenters in carbon atoms C-5 and C-8, so theoretically LSD has four different optical isomers. LSD, also called (+) - D-LSD, has an absolute configuration (5 R, 8 R). C-5 isomers of lysergamides do not exist in nature and are not formed during the synthesis of D-lisergic acid. Retrosynthetically, in the chiral center C-5 can be analyzed and have the same chirality of alpha carbon from the biological amino acid L-tryptophan, the precursor to all biosynthetic ergoline compounds. There are some indications that LSD can cause a dissociative fuga state in people who consume certain types of antidepressants such as lithium and tricyclic salts. LSD is a chiral compound with two stereocenters in carbon atoms C-5 and C-8, so theoretically LSD has four different optical isomers. LSD, also called (+) - D-LSD, has an absolute configuration (5 R, 8 R). C-5 isomers of lysergamides do not exist in nature and are not formed during the synthesis of D-lisergic acid. Retrosynthetically, in the chiral center C-5 can be analyzed and have the same chirality of alpha carbon from the biological amino acid L-tryptophan, the precursor to all biosynthetic ergoline compounds. There are some indications that LSD can cause a dissociative fuga state in people who consume certain types of antidepressants such as lithium and tricyclic salts. LSD is a chiral compound with two stereocenters in carbon atoms C-5 and C-8, so theoretically LSD has four different optical isomers. LSD, also called (+) - D-LSD, has an absolute configuration (5 R, 8 R). C-5 isomers of lysergamides do not exist in nature and are not formed during the synthesis of D-lisergic acid. Retrosynthetically, in the chiral center C-5 can be analyzed and have the same chirality of alpha carbon from the biological amino acid L-tryptophan, the precursor to all biosynthetic ergoline compounds. LSD is a chiral compound with two stereocenters in carbon atoms C-5 and C-8, so theoretically LSD has four different optical isomers. LSD, also called (+) - D-LSD, has an absolute configuration (5 R, 8 R). C-5 isomers of lysergamides do not exist in nature and are not formed during the synthesis of D-lisergic acid. Retrosynthetically, in the chiral center C-5 can be analyzed and have the same chirality of alpha carbon from the biological amino acid L-tryptophan, the precursor to all biosynthetic ergoline compounds. LSD is a chiral compound with two stereocenters in carbon atoms C-5 and C-8, so theoretically LSD has four different optical isomers. LSD, also called (+) - D-LSD, has an absolute configuration (5 R, 8 R). C-5 isomers of lysergamides do not exist in nature and are not formed during the synthesis of D-lisergic acid. Retrosynthetically, in the chiral center C-5 can be analyzed and have the same chirality of alpha carbon from the biological amino acid L-tryptophan, the precursor to all biosynthetic ergoline compounds.
The reactivity and degradation of LSD
"LSD," writes chemist Alexander Shulgin, "is a remarkable fragile molecule." [4] It is stable for unlimited time if stored as solid salt or dissolved in water, at low temperatures and protected from air and Exposure to light.
LSD has two chiral-sensitive tertiary protons at positions C5 and C8 that are susceptible to racemisation. Proton C8 is more labile because it attracts electron-attachment of carboxamide, but the removal of chiral proton at position C5 (which is actually also an alpha proton of the tryptophan parent molecule) is assisted by inductive nitrogen-pulling and pi delocalization with indol ring electrons.
LSD also has a reactivity-type sixina-due to the electron-donating effect of the indole ring. Therefore, chlorine destroys the LSD molecule, Even though chlorine tap water containing a small amount of chlorine, LSD dissolves in tap water is likely to completely eliminate the substance. The double bond between position 8 and the aromatic ring, which is conjugated with the indole ring, is susceptible to nucleophilic attacks by water or alcohol, especially in the presence of light. LSD often converts to "Lumi-LSD", which is totally inactive in humans.
Study of LSD in urine samples. LSD concentrations in urine samples are followed over time at various temperatures, in different forms of storage containers, across different exposures of light wavelengths, and at various pH values. These studies show no significant loss in LSD concentrations at 25 ° C to four weeks. After four weeks of incubation, Loss of 30% LSD concentration at 37 ° C and up to 40% at 45 ° C was observed. Urine enriched with LSD and stored in amber glass or transparent polyethylene container does not show any change in concentration under all light conditions. The stability of LSD in a transparent container under the beam depends on the distance between the light source and the sample, the wavelength of the light, the exposure time, and the intensity of the light.After prolonged exposure to heat under alkaline pH conditions, 10 to 15% of parents for iso are receptorized LSD-LSD. U In acidic conditions, less than 5% of LSD is converted to iso-LSD. It also shows that the amount of trace metal ions in a buffer or urine can catalyze the decomposition of LSD and that this process can be avoided by the addition of EDTA. Urine enriched with LSD and stored in amber glass or transparent polyethylene container does not show any change in concentration under all light conditions. The stability of LSD in a transparent container under the beam depends on the distance between the light source and the sample, the wavelength of the light, the exposure time, and the intensity of the light.After prolonged exposure to heat under alkaline pH conditions, 10 to 15% of parents for iso are receptorized LSD-LSD. U In acidic conditions, less than 5% of LSD is converted to iso-LSD. It also shows that the amount of trace metal ions in a buffer or urine can catalyze the decomposition of LSD and that this process can be avoided by the addition of EDTA. Urine enriched with LSD and stored in amber glass or transparent polyethylene container does not show any change in concentration under all light conditions. The stability of LSD in a transparent container under the beam depends on the distance between the light source and the sample, the wavelength of the light, the exposure time, and the intensity of the light.After prolonged exposure to heat under alkaline pH conditions, 10 to 15% of parents for iso are receptorized LSD-LSD. U In acidic conditions, less than 5% of LSD is converted to iso-LSD. It also shows that the amount of trace metal ions in a buffer or urine can catalyze the decomposition of LSD and that this process can be avoided by the addition of EDTA. The stability of LSD in a transparent container under the beam depends on the distance between the light source and the sample, the wavelength of the light, the exposure time, and the intensity of the light. After prolonged exposure to heat under alkaline pH conditions, 10 to 15% of parents for iso are receptorized LSD-LSD. U In acidic conditions, less than 5% of LSD is converted to iso-LSD. It also shows that the amount of trace metal ions in a buffer or urine can catalyze the decomposition of LSD and that this process can be avoided by the addition of EDTA. The stability of LSD in a transparent container under the beam depends on the distance between the light source and the sample, the wavelength of the light, the exposure time, and the intensity of the light. After prolonged exposure to heat under alkaline pH conditions, 10 to 15% of parents for iso are receptorized LSD-LSD. U In acidic conditions, less than 5% of LSD is converted to iso-LSD. It also shows that the amount of trace metal ions in a buffer or urine can catalyze the decomposition of LSD and that this process can be avoided by the addition of EDTA. U In acidic conditions, less than 5% of LSD is converted to iso-LSD. It also shows that the amount of trace metal ions in a buffer or urine can catalyze the decomposition of LSD and that this process can be avoided by the addition of EDTA. U In acidic conditions, less than 5% of LSD is converted to iso-LSD. It also shows that the amount of trace metal ions in a buffer or urine can catalyze the decomposition of LSD and that this process can be avoided by the addition of EDTA.

Be Careful On the Deadly Thin 'Paper' Used for the Doctrine of the Victims of the Doomsday


Be Careful On the Deadly Thin 'Paper' Used for the Doctrine of the Victims of the Doomsday



The news about a group of Satanic worship survivors is still in the spotlight. According to the victim's confession, during the exile, they undergo some strange worship rituals. Recognition of the Ex-Member of the Apocalypse Sect up to the Mysterious Voice from the Well, Here are the Top 5 News 
Not only that, they are often tortured and fed hallucinations.
There are at least 14 children under the influence of drugs following this cult.
So, what hallucinatory drugs are used to affect the victim?
Is a diethylamine lysine acid (LSD) used as a calming effect for these children.
Traced further, LSD is a hallucinogenic chemical.
These chemicals are in solid form like paper stamps.
Launched from Wikipedia, this substance is still fairly new and was first discovered by Novartis as a psychiatric drug in 1947.
In the market, this material is better known as Delysid.
Indeed, LSD is not addictive and has a low toxicity.
The substance is only known to give extraordinary psychological effects.
Consumers of this drug may feel happy or commonly called recreational.
The purpose of using LSD in general is to seek tranquility, but this material is different from psychotropic.
However, consuming excess LSD, let alone done regularly is very dangerous for the body.
The reason, a single dose or use in a day of this drug only ranges from 100 to 500 micrograms.
That amount is equivalent to one tenth of a grain of sand.
Very little is not it?
Indeed, this substance has the potential to give a very strong psychological influence.
According to the National Narcotics Board (BNN) of NTB Province, a dose of 20 micrograms of LSD can be activated immediately in the body after 30 minutes consumed.
When taking LSD, cardiac output will increase beyond the normal limit of adult cardiac output ranging from 4 to 6 liters per minute.
In addition, LSD can also cause time distortion and visual impairment so that the view becomes blurred.
Although different from psychotropic, but this substance is still prohibited to be used in Indonesia in accordance with the provisions listed in Law RI number 35 of 2009.
Therefore, the substance previously used for the mentally ill, is now prohibited from circulating in this country.
Recalling the victims of doomsday sect which incidentally is a child under age, the use of LSD is potentially damaging the work of the heart if not immediately stopped and treated medically. 


  • source:https://id.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asam_lisergat_dietilamida