What world infamous assassination poison is named after who?
“Strychnine is a highly toxic, colorless, bitter, crystalline alkaloid used as a pesticide, particularly for killing small vertebrates such as birds and rodents. Strychnine, when inhaled, swallowed, or absorbed through the eyes or mouth, causes poisoning which results in muscular convulsions and eventually death through asphyxia. […] Strychnine poisoning can be fatal to humans and can occur by inhalation, swallowing or absorption through eyes or mouth. It produces some of the most dramatic and painful symptoms of any known toxic reaction, making it quite noticeable and a common choice for assassinations and poison attacks. For this reason, strychnine poisoning is often portrayed in literature and film, such as murder mysteries. […] The toxicity of strychnine in humans is not ethically studied, so most information known comes from cases of strychnine poisoning, both unintentional and deliberate. […] After injection, inhalation, or ingestion, the first symptoms to appear are generalized muscle spasms. They appear very quickly after inhalation or injection—within as few as five minutes—and take somewhat longer to manifest after ingestion, typically approximately 15 minutes. With a very high dose, the onset of respiratory failure and brain death can occur in 15 to 30 minutes. If a lower dose is ingested, other symptoms begin to develop, including seizures, cramping, stiffness, hypervigilance, and agitation. Seizures caused by strychnine poisoning can start as early as 15 minutes after exposure and last 12-24 hours. They are often triggered by sights, sounds, or touch and can cause other adverse symptoms, including hyperthermia, rhabdomyolysis, myoglobinuric kidney failure, metabolic acidosis, and respiratory acidosis. During seizures, mydriasis (abnormal dilation), exophthalmos (protrusion of the eyes), and nystagmus (involuntary eye movements) may occur. As strychnine poisoning progresses, tachycardia (rapid heart beat), hypertension (high blood pressure), tachypnea (rapid breathing), cyanosis (blue discoloration), diaphoresis (sweating), water-electrolyte imbalance, leukocytosis (high number of white blood cells), trismus (lockjaw), risus sardonicus (spasm of the facial muscles), and opisthotonus (dramatic spasm of the back muscles, causing arching of the back and neck) can occur. In rare cases, the affected person may experience nausea or vomiting. The proximate cause of death in strychnine poisoning can be cardiac arrest, respiratory failure, multiple organ failure, or brain damage. […] Ten to twenty minutes after exposure, the body’s muscles begin to spasm, starting with the head and neck in the form of trismus and risus sardonicus. The spasms then spread to every muscle in the body, with nearly continuous convulsions, and get worse at the slightest stimulus. The convulsions progress, increasing in intensity and frequency until the backbone arches continually. Convulsions lead to lactic acidosis, hyperthermia and rhabdomyolysis. These are followed by postictal depression. Death comes from asphyxiation caused by paralysis of the neural pathways that control breathing, or by exhaustion from the convulsions. The subject usually dies within 2-3 hours after exposure. […] The toxic and medicinal effects of Strychnos nux-vomica have been well known from the times of ancient India, although the chemical compound itself was not identified and characterized until the 19th century. The inhabitants of these countries had historical knowledge of the species Strychnos nux-vomica and Saint-Ignatius’ bean (Strychnos ignatii). […] Strychnine was first discovered by French chemists Joseph Bienaimé Caventou and Pierre-Joseph Pelletier in 1818 in the Saint-Ignatius’ bean. […] Strychnos ignatii is a tree in the family Loganiaceae, native to the Philippines, particularly in Catbalogan and parts of China. The plant was first described by the Moravian (Czech) Jesuit working in the Philippines, Brother Georg Kamel who named its seeds ‘the beans of St. Ignatius,’ in honour of the founder of his religious Order. The plants was originally named by Kamel for Saint Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of Kamel’s Jesuit Missionary Order. It is known in the Philippines under the names of: aguwason, dankkagi (Visayan language) or igasud (in Cebuano language).”
The international pictogram for poisonous substances. The skull and crossbones has long been a standard symbol for poison.
Catholicus (Latin for: Universal). The Papal Coat of Arms is a stylized skull and cross bones. Therefore the universal poison of the world is Rome.
3rd Gesuit Superior General, “Saint” Francis Borgia, S.J. (1510-72) doing the Roman Catholic Gnostic Contemplative Mysticism of the Skull
Sedlec Ossuary, Czech Republic: A Gesuit Church made entirely of human skull and bones
The Virus (Latin for: Poison) Needle was first invented by Gesuit Priest, François Xavier d’Entrecolles, S.J. in China during 1712
“He who thinks he knows the Jesuits by having read all the books that were written in the past century to UNMASK them, would be grossly deceived. The Jesuitism of that day was an open war against the Gospel and Society; the Jesuitism of the present is a slow but contagious and deadly disease, which secretly insinuates itself; it is a poison [English for the Latin: virus] taken under the name of medicine. Today the Jesuits are no longer the Confessors of Sovereigns; the Confessor of today has no longer any influence over them, they are no longer the Court Preachers, Court preaching being out of fashion. → Their aim is to make the fate of the people depend upon them. ←”
—Luigi Desanctis (ex-Official Censor of the Gesuit Roman Inquisition at the Vatican); “Papal Rome: Popery, Puseysm, and Jesuitism,” ‘Letter, Rome: April, 1849,’ p. 138, (Italy: 1865, America: 1905), [Emphasis Mine]
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