Saturday, April 23, 2016

The Death Of Prince Rogers Nelson: The Best Explanation (So Far) On What Actually Caused His Demise

I had to take yesterday off (again) to take care of some personal business.... But for the last two days I have seen everyone I know and my colleagues getting into conversations about the untimely and sudden death of 57 year old Prince Rogers Nelson, in Chanhassen Minnesota, on Thursday morning....I have been asked over and over again about my take on his death and what actually caused him to pass away so suddenly, and I figured I would put out at least ONE article at this blog to cover my thoughts...

First, I do want to make everyone aware that I was and have never been a great "fan" of Prince Rogers Nelson..... I do remember his musical works from the 1980s, especially his album release "Purple Rain" and how everyone at the time listened to that musical release... But to me, I was always more of a rock and roll fan and never really got into Prince and his style of "music".... And of course with Prince's "transition" to the "Artist formerly known as Prince" I found myself in disgust, and much like so many others just saw this individual as an egotist and a flake..... Basically when a Prince song came up on FM radio, I changed the channel......

OK, for the last few days when the first reports came out, I like everyone else saw the "Influenza vaccine" reports and dismissed them very quickly... To me, these reports were a "red herring" and there was indeed something else that obviously was at issue here that we were not being told about....

Thankfully, my friend, Whitewraithe, has been on top of Prince's untimely death, and has filed an amazing report that I want to share with everyone here... It comes from her website, Pragmatic Witness, at, and is entitled: "UPDATE: Death Of Music Legend Prince" ... As you will see from this article, it appears that Prince's death was due to a very possible overdose from prescription pain killers..... I have Whitewraithe's article right here for everyone to see for themselves, and of course my own thoughts and comments to follow:

UPDATE: Death of music legend PRINCE

Prince's unique Love Symbol
Prince’s unique Love Symbol

At first I did not believe the rumors and other reports surrounding the death of the ultra famous rock star, Prince.

However, after listening to several reports today and commentary from close friends of the star, such as Sheila E.  a former fiancĂ© and love interest the reasons are becoming clear why Prince died so early in his life.

Apparently, in 2012 Prince underwent hip-replacement surgery due to years of strenuous physical performances on stage.  He was then placed on the opiate drug Percocet which contains oxycodone hydrochloride and acetaminophen (Tylenol) and is highly addictive in some people.  Over the last four years Prince’s body built up a tolerance for the drug meaning that in order to obtain the level of pain relief he required his body demanded an increase of the medication.

Opiate tolerance occurs in 90% of the patients that require this type of medication, especially for chronic (never ending) pain and is not an indication that the patient is an “addict.”  Approximately ten years ago the U.S. government reclassified  this complex disorder as “pseudo-addiction,” which basically means that once the high pain threshold is alleviated the patient will discontinue seeking more of the drug as in “doctor shopping”, or consuming additional doses of the medication since the patient is no longer in a high level of pain.  This type of behavior in a patient with chronic pain is completely different to a patient suffering from authentic addiction to prescription opiates.  Unlike pseudo-addiction, a real opiate addict requires the drug round the clock everyday consuming it for the effect inside the body and the euphoric stimulation of the brain.

Adverse Reactions from taking Percocet:

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It now appears that Prince was suffering from severe chronic pain on a daily basis most likely related to the hip replacement, but there may have been other problems not yet diagnosed.

When his private jet was forced to make an emergency landing in Illinois last week apparently the reason was due to Prince’s adverse reaction to taking more Percocet than his body was able to safely absorb according to forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden.  In actuality, he was experiencing an accidental overdose.

Immediately upon landing Prince was rushed to a local emergency room in Moline, Ill.  where the “save shot” Narcan (Naloxone) was administered to stop the effects of the opiate in his system.  Doctors requested that the reclusive star stay in hospital for 24 hours for safety precautions, but when he was unable to obtain a private room he left after three hours, where he returned to his Paisley Park compound in Minneapolis to perform a concert asking the crowd not to worry and save their prayers for a later date.  He told everyone that he was just fine and felt great.  Little did he know that a medical bomb was preparing to go off inside his body that would effectively end his life within hours.

Most likely, he probably had a seizure as the drug was surging through his body preparing to shut it down finally stopping the heart, and since his breathing was so shallow at this point meaning very little oxygen was being ingested, I believe the brain signaled the respiratory system to no longer breathe.  Then the patient rapidly slips into an unconscious state.  I believe Prince was unaware of what was happening, which hopefully provided a blissful passing to the next journey in the infinite phenomenon of life.

This scenario of Prince’s untimely death is unassuming and very plausible and I sincerely hope that this may be the actual truth.  In addition, I don’t believe it was suicide, I think he might have been attempting to control a very painful episode he was experiencing which must have been maddening and unbearable, and in doing so he accidentally ended his life by ingesting too many Percocet tablets.

Always remembered, never forgotten; may he rest in peace.


Some of my favorite images of the iconic star –

NTS Notes:  I agree with Whitewraithe's assertions that Prince may have indeed overdosed from "Percocet"..... It does indeed make much more sense than anything else that we have been told about by both the Jew spew media and the alternative media so far...

I was in a conversation with my better half last night, and she herself told me about how she heard that Prince was addicted to Percocet due to his hip replacement surgery a few years back.....My better half herself went through some agonizing pain a few years back from a very mysterious illness that caused her grief (Yes, she has finally healed up from what hit her, and no thanks to the fraud medical quacks out there!) and her doctor prescribed her "Percocet" to alleviate the pain she was suffering from... I can tell from what I saw from her example, that drug is indeed very potent and extremely addictive....

Again, Prince dying from overdosing on Percocet is the most logical explanation for his untimely death.....It does make far more sense than anything else that has been promoted......

One other note... I do not agree with Whitewraithe that Prince was some type of musical genius...I have always looked at him as an odd individual who was both a freak and a flake.... But again, that is my own opinion....

More to come


1 comment:

greencrow said...

I've been reading here and there about the percocet too, NTS and think this is a quite plausible explanation for the circumstances. Ironically (or not) this is the same drug (Oxycontin) that seems to be causing all the "suicides" up north in First Nations communities.

One would have thought that the hospital could have come up with a "private room" for Prince. That doesn't make sense. No doubt he just didn't want to be is often the case.

Also, one would have thought the medical profession could have assisted him more with his hip pain...and not just kept pushing pills. Lots of questions. I was not really turned on by his music but do acknowledge that he was a musical genius....had command of many different instruments...played the guitar better than Jimi Hendrix...and was a prolific writer, composer, editor and producer. His music wasn't just didn't move me say, my favourite band, Muse.