This is the hospital the Princess Diana had (somehow, ?, or allegedly,) passed in. I’m not sure if I’ve got proper citations so I’m just sticking it here instead of putting it on the footer yet. This “Salpetriere” hospital was an old saltpeter storage area, a storage area for keeping excrement doo-doo for getting that white nitrogen that forms onto the outside first and then the inside I’d guess of doo-doo left out to dry and then it could be turned into explosives for the fireworks and then the guns that the Jomon-Autists system evolved, to the dynamite of the DuPont family there, in Paris, and then after they’d found other ways, through petroleum I guess, of making the explosives this former storage area became an asylum for women, from their early mass-reproduction of ourselves “experiments'” excess I guess, where they could grow with their developmentally ill selves, for toward this contemporary situation we’re in.
|Portrait of Jean-Martin Charcot (1825-1893)|
|Date||19th century (published by Deschiens)|
|Author||NIH / U.S. National Library of Medicine|
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