Eternal Life

The QAnon movement promotes a conspiracy theory claiming the existence of an alleged immortality serum called Adrenochrome, extracted from the adrenal glands of living children. The theory further alleges that the children are purposefully abused and tortured to increase their adrenaline levels during satanic rituals, which are claimed to be wide spread among elite circles, particularly in Hollywood. Adrenochrome gained attention through Hunter S. Thompson‘s book Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, where it was described to have LSD-like effects. However, in reality, adrenochrome is a hormone naturally occurring in the human body, but there is no scientific evidence supporting the claims that it can alter the mind, prolong life, or stop aging.