On Anthony Bourdain
A short article for today.
I was curious about the postmortem report on Anthony Bourdain’s death as there weren’t convincing signs, from the Elements of Numbers (EON) perspective, that suggested Anthony’s death was due to suicidal tendencies.
In my article “Kate Spate & Anthony Bourdain: Apparent Suicide” that I’ve posted previously, I mentioned that “there aren’t “sufficient” clues to correlate his death to suicidal tendencies, or using suicide as a way to end his life.” I also wrote about the association of the Metal element to medication, and Fire to alcoholic (or intoxicating) influence. I also put up the question, “Could alcoholic binge drinking or certain liquid triggered some kind of cardiac arrest, and subsequently, the heart attack?”
According to this Reuters online article, a local prosecutor was quoted to have said, “”No trace of narcotics. No trace of any toxic products. Trace of medicines in therapeutic dose. Trace of alcohol.”
From this WebMD online page, it was quoted, “Alcohol often has harmful interactions with prescription medications, over-the-counter drugs, and even some herbal remedies.” The same information page listed “impaired breathing” as one of the risks of complications when mixing alcohol and medications.”
And then the question is, did Anthony Bourdain died of suicide, or due to “impaired breathing” (or some form of respiratory or cardiovascular conditions) caused by the mixture of alcohol and medicine?
Perhaps more medical follow-up investigations need to be done, to create awareness that mixing alcohol and medicine is never a good concoction drink. This way, his family and the public would know the actual cause of his death, and not a hasty conclusion that Anthony committed suicide.
Regards, Ron WZ Sun