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A look at 666 Cold Medicine

A man named Dr. John Dabney Palmer created it over a hundred years ago and 666 was his pharmacy presciption register number, but as we will see from some of the adverts below this was a cover to use the number overtly. He was the local physician and mortician of a small town called Monticello and his main factory was in Jacksonville and he is a whole other rabbit hole to go down.  Most people never heard of 666 Cold Preparation and the other concocted medicines under this brand, yet it’s been around for over 100 years(some weird alternate timeline going on? Mandela effect gone wrong?) What l find most odd is if you look the stuff up online, many stores offer it, but it’s never in stock. Walmart, Walgreens, CVS and various stores carry it but it’s always out of stock, looks like it may be discontinued? From what I read is that a few of the products contained quinine. This ingredient was used to treat malaria and had horrible side effects. It was pulled from sales in the US more than 10 years ago and what we are seeing during searches are remnants of what was for sale perhaps or it’s still being sold in other countries? :

Note the Bull head:

One of the factory buidings for 666 Cold Medicine- Jacksonville Florida, off the i10 freeway:

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Some old buildings with adverts:

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Various pictures of the brand:

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Satanic laxatives were a real brand as well:

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Old March 5th, 1931 newspaper advert:

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Various newspaper adverts:

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Check out these old averts for this medicine:

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“THE 666 CLASS”

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These old adverts are on Etsy right now for sale, notice the Diana one on the left:

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Another note..I found Dr. Palmers headstone..look at the top, he was a freemason:

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What do you think?

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Ultra
Ultra
1 month ago

Yep.

Fleurdamour
Fleurdamour
1 month ago

I shudder to think what Satanic Laxatives would do to you.

And of course he was a Mason.

A E
A E
1 month ago

In the toddler ad, the baby is a musical conductor, and as his puppy choir “sings” the “conductor” (conduit, energy) salutes the “6 6 6” they vocalize.

Eyes unnaturally wide, glowing, unfocused, mouth wide open.

Mouth wide open is one of the ways we receive (and rid ourselves) of spirits, literally – of both holy and unholy ones.

Just as with pupil dilation, it is a relaxed, open posture which means your guard is not up, you are in a receiving pose.

It’s not necessarily something you are aware of, either, it may just be ignorance towards something seemingly innocuous, although it very well can be deliberate. When you ask YHWH to send the Holy Spirit promised by Yeshua, you consciously relax to allow this – the same can be true for those wishing to invite other spiritual indwellings.

In the ridding yourself mode, it is a relaxed, submitting posture, as you have asked for deliverance and are allowing God to remove these influences from within you. You literally feel them moving upward and out of your body, through your throat. This is why, in every rendering of an exorcism (even Hollywood style) you see things exiting the mouth (vomiting, etc – it can feel very like a retching at times, depending on the spirit). When they show black goo welling up in the eyeballs and spilling over as tarry tears, it means that person has been completely overtaken and retains no further personal will.

Weave
Weave
1 month ago

I am a paid subscriber and enjoy this site, but I also live in Jacksonville and can assure you the signage on that white building off I-10 does not exist. First, it’s obviously photoshopped, and second, I know that building. Fake crap dilutes the message.

A E
A E
1 month ago
Reply to  Weave

I think you could go a little easier on the delivery of your info. Would you know what a specific building off I95 in NJ looked like? Everybody sneers “google it” yet when someone does, there’s this same attitude. Not sure you’re aware, but the articles here are submitted by other subscribers. You can submit your own, too – kind of the idea.

knownsunknown
knownsunknown
1 month ago
Reply to  Weave

Looking suspicious for sure, though it seems actually legit. Found this sources via reverse image search: https://www.floridamemory.com/items/show/15972

And then have a look at the first comment on this page: https://americanhistory.si.edu/collections/search/object/nmah_209858

Apparently those signs are gone since a while. Also telling from some comments the stuff absolutely appalling – how fitting.

nivea
nivea
1 month ago

Excellent article but the bull is from an ad. Nothing to do with the med.

Rick
Rick
1 month ago

Hailing satan in plain sight. Funny thing is … never heard of it before.