Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Devil's Breath VS Burundanga ~ What is the difference between the two?



I hear some people often refer to Devil’s Breath (Scopolamine) as the “Voodoo” drug
when it is not and I'd like to take a moment to explain the differences between Devil's Breath and the Voodoo drug Burundanga.

Both Devils Breath and Burundanga contain “Scopolamine”, but let me clarify:

Burundanga is the “Voodoo” drug (almost always in powder form) that is usually used for long-term results combined with other ingredients including the venom of a Puffer Fish and is usually administered by a Haitian “Bockur” and its use is to make the victim appear dead.

The victim if poisoned, now appears dead, his breathing and heart beat is greatly suppressed and he is paralyzed then buried in a coffin as if he actually died.




Within 2 – 3 days the victim will be dug back up and given a criminal dose of Scopolamine to keep the victim unaware, confused and with the result of total compliance. The victim will be repeatedly dosed with Scopolamine because   … the victim is now a slave and unaware that he is a slave for as long as he is a slave and likely suffers brain damage the entire time he is drugged.



Through repeated doses of Scopolamine, the victim will remain a slave for as long as the Bockur chooses and while family and friends believe their loved one died and was buried.


Scopolamine is Devil’s Breath (can be delivered through powder, liquid, tobacco and injection).

It is a drug that is used usually for a short-term period of time and to rob a victim of his possessions, for rape and / or abduction.

BUT ...

A skilled criminal can use Scopolamine repeatedly on a victim for a period lasting
18 – 30 days so as to get almost identical, permanent and long-term results as a Bockur can get using Burundanga on a victim:

* Confusion
* Unawareness
* Compliance

* Brain damage / Memory loss 

In this scenario, the victim is used by the criminals for a different purpose:
for his wealth. Through memory loss, confabulation and manipulation, the victim will willingly alienate himself from family and friends (it will seem like its willingly) he will willingly sign legal docs for the victim, he will willingly hand over his money to the criminals, and he will willingly close his bank accounts to hide that the money is missing and while he is completely unaware that his mind was manipulated to do all of these things.


Just as you read about Burundanga;

The family believes that their family member is dead and buried despite that the victim is alive, yet secretly a slave 

… with Devil’s Breath:

Because the victim will sign everything over in a short period of time to the criminals (seemingly willingly) while outwardly appearing as if he were making his own decisions, the family and those around the victim will believe that their family member is making his own decisions and will never know that he was drugged and his mind intentionally manipulated.

Just as with Burundanga and the victim being alive and a turned into a secret slave, Devils Breath secretly forces the victim into a permanently manipulated mind


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