Heroin is a highly addictive opioid drug, spread and traded by the jesuits, who ruled India and China with the British Empire through the trade of opium. It is used in mind control and marketed through pop culture (media, Hollywood) to young people as part of Crowley's Aeon of Horus (Thelema philosophy of Do What Thou Willt).

Heroin is mainly produced as opium in the Golden Crescent (Afghanistan, Iran, Pakistan), the Golden Triangle (Burma, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam), Mexico and Colombia.

It is mainly shipped to Europe, US, Canada and West Africa.

History of heroin trade/heroin in popular culture

1803 first isolation of morphine from opium.

1861 soldiers of the American Civil War (the war industry) are treated with morphine.

1865 after the opium wars, the British Empire establishes the Hong Kong and Shangai Banking Corporation (HSBC) in Hong Kong and at the Bund area in Shangai as the trading hub of the Chinese opium trade.

1874 Charles Romley Alder Whight derives heroin from morphine at St Mary Hospital in London, where later penicilin is discovered and where later Diana gives birth to Antichrist William V.

Heroin is sold by Bayer (later IG Farben, wich played a role in the Holocaust).

1922 MI6 agent Aleister Crowley uses heroin and publishes Diary of a Drug Fiend.

1924 prohibition in the US to create a black market for the mafia.

1927 Chinese Civil War between nationalists/fascists of Chiang Kai-Shek and communists of Mao Zedong.

1930 Theodor Morell provides heroin like Eukodal to the nazi's. Establishment of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics in US (Andrew Mellon). Heroin is produced in laboratories in Shangai and Tianjin China, overseen by the Triads.

1949 Mao Zedong defeats the Kuomintang Army (KMT) in China, who move to Burma and Taiwan. The Chinese communists execute drug dealers and force addicts to be treated. Nelson Algren writes The Man with the Golden Arm about a drug addict who is released from Federal Medical Center prison in Lexington Kentucky.

1950 CIA funds the KMT to fight a guerilla war against communist China and organize the opium-heroin trade in the Golden Triangle zone. The Italian mafia sets up heroin labs in Sicily. Opium is traded in Marseille France through the Corsican mafia.

Billie Holiday (jazz), Chet Baker, Miles Davis, Art Pepper, Charlie Parker, Ray Charles and Beatnik William Burroughs (treated at Bellevue) promote the use of heroin.

1951 Chiang Kai-Shek founds the Asian People's Anti-Communist League.

1955 heroin is sold to US soldiers in the Vietnam War. The Man with the Golden Gun with Frank Sinatra.

1960s Jimmy Page, John Lennon, James Taylor, Eric Clapton and Keith Richards promote heroin.

1968 William Burroughs appears in short film Cain's Film (child of Lucifer), with RD Laing (Tavistock) and heroin addict Alexander Trocchi (gay agenda, Olympia Press).

1969 heroin movie More, shot on Ibiza, soundtrack by Pink Floyd.

1970 founding of the Juarez cartel and Guadalajara cartel (Miguel Angel Felix Gallardo) in Mexico. The Gambino's of NY trade heroin with the Italian Camora (Casalesi clan of Antonio Bardellino). Trash Paul Morrissey.

heroin overdose of Janis Joplin (CIA controlled Haight-Ashbury project, Club of 27).

1971 Panic in the Needle Park Al Pacino.

overdose of Jim Morisson, overdose of Morrison's friend Talitha Getty (Swinging London scene with Mick Jagger, wife of John Paul Getty, who financed Kenneth Anger). Richard Nixon introduces the concept of War on Drugs.

1972 Colombo (Colonna) and Lucchese families provide raw heroin to The Council of Nicky Barnes and Guy Fisher.

1973 overdose Bruce Berry (brother of UHS alumni Jan Berry of Jan and Dean, father worked with Howard Hughes, roadie of Laurel Canyon act Crosby, Stills and Nash), overdose of Michael Cooper (cover of Sgt Pepper's of The Beatles, with Crowley, The Rolling Stones), overdose of Zeke Zettner (The Stooges with Iggy Pop). The Federal Bureau of Narcotics turns into the Drug Enforcement Agency (1% efficiency at stopping drug trade).

1974 overdose of Jim Morrison's girlfriend Pamela Courson. Frank Lucas spreads heroin from Thailand in Harlem as Blue Magic.

Lou Reed, Andy Warhol, Iggy Pop and Sid Vicious (Chelsea Hotel) are used to market heroin to teenage audience.

1976 overdose of Peter Watts, sound engineer of Pink Floyd (father of Naomi Watts).

1978 overdose of Emmett Grogan (Haight-Ashbury scene).

1979 overdose of Donyale Luna (Andy Warhol scene, first black supermodel, Federico Fellini's Satyricon), born 8/31 (date Diana's death in 1997). overdose of Judee Sill (Laurel Canyon) and Sid Vicious (Chelsea Hotel).

1980 overdose of Tim Hardin (Greenwich Village scene). overdose of Darby Crash (The Germs with Pat Smear, friend of Cobain), one day before assassination of John Lennon at the Dakota in NY. Crash was mind controlled with EST training and Scientology at University High School.

1982 overdose Howard Alk (collaborated with Bob Dylan), overdose Tom Baker (friend of Jim Morrison).

Sinaloa cartel (Joaquin Guzman, Ismael Zambado Garcia) in Mexico, trade of opium and marihuana, 90% of cocain and heroin market, money laundering through HSBC, DEA controlled by jesuits like Timothy Shea), also active in Colombia. Heroin of the Mujahideen in Afghanistan is traded by the Sicilian mafia, in collaboration with the Turkish Gray Wolves.

1985 overdose of Jackie Curtis (Andy Warhol scene, transgender agenda).

1988 death Chet Baker, overdose of Jean-Michel Basquiat (Club of 27) and Hillel Slovak (RHCP).

1990 Heroin is marketed in the fashion industry with models like Kate Moss, in Metal with Phil Anselmo. overdose of Andrew Wood (program Grunge, friend of Chris Cornell and Eddie Vedder).

1991 Warner Bros Records releases heroin anthem Under the Bridge of Red Hot Chili Peppers.

1993 Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love as the new Sid and Nancy. overdose of jesuit trained Kristen Pfaff (Hole with Courtney Love), 2 months after Cobain's suicide. overdose of GG Allin (program Punk Rock).

Overdose of River Phoenix at the Viper Room of Johnny Depp.

1995 Trainspotting Ewan McGregor Danny Boyle novel of Irwin Welsh, music of Lou Reed.

Basketball Diaries Leonardo di Caprio.

overdose of Alice Ormsby-Gore (daughter of David Ormsby-Gore Cecil, friend of the Kennedys, Narcotics Anonymous, wife of Eric Clapton).

1996 overdose John Kahn (Marilyn Monroe as babysit, Beverly Hills High School, Haight Ashbury scene with CIA band Grateful Dead). overdose of Phil Anselmo (nicknamed Anton Crowley) of Pantera.

1997 overdose Bridgette Andersen (Disney film The Parent Trap II), overdose of model Debbie Linden (The Benny Hill Show).

1998 overdose of Rodney Harvey (discovered by Paul Morrisey, Twin Peaks, My Own Private Idaho with River Phoenix).

1999 overdose John Saunders (program Grunge). The Taliban collaborates with the UN and pretends to ban poppy cultivation in Afghanistan.

2000 overdose of Paula Yates (girlfriend of Bob Geldof), suicide of heroin addict Justin Pierce (Kids).

2001 George W Bush (S&B) invades Afghanistan.

2002 overdose of Robbin Crosby, overdose of Dee Dee Ramone (Chelsea Hotel). Pete Doherty, friend of Amy Winehouse, promotes heroin.

2003 overdose of Jeremy Ward of The Mars Volta, announced on De-Loused at the Comatorium (produced by Rick Rubin).

2004 Lost heroin addict Naveen Andrews, Dominic Monaghan as heroin addict Charlie.

2007 American Gangster jesuit Denzel Washington as Frank Lucas Common T.I. Russell Crowe soundtrack by Jay-z.

2008 the son of Dr Dre dies of a heroin overdose.

2009 overdose of Dash Snow (art scene with Jeffrey Deitch).

2010 overdose of Playboy model Jennifer Lynn Jackson.

2014 Philip Seymour Hoffman dies of heroin overdose.

2017 overdose of Chuck Mosely (Faith No More).

2019 overdose of Austin Eubanks (Columbine High School ritual).

Misleading books on heroin

Alfred McCoy The Politics of Heroin in South Asia Harper & Row
Peter Dale Scott Oil, Drugs and War


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