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Is Cannabis an Essential Part of our Religions? Posted on: 4/11 11:10:28
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In Zoroastrian texts Haoma is most likely cannabis by its descriptions of a reed based plant with aromatic flowers; that causes prophecy, and poetic writings about God.

It is highly likely that the etymology of the word cannabis stems from the Bible, Kaneh Bosem in the holy anointing oil (Exodus 30:23-24)... Thus the Greek transliteration (kannabis) possibly came from there.

In Hindu texts Soma also caused poetic writings, and divine inspiration, thus is most likely cannabis.

So a couple of questions:

  • Does anyone know at what period in history was the identification of this sacred plant removed from our knowledge systematically?

  • Do you perceive that to truly understand the divine inspiration in its original metaphoric contexts, that our brains need to have cannabis to think normally?

  • Do you realize that within a few years of legislating medical use, we're going to get a backlash of an increasing amount of schizophrenia; unless the religions take responsibility for it being a sacred shamanic plant, that allows access to spiritual connection?

  • Is cannabis essential for fighting our own inner demons, like pride, arrogance, stubbornness, ego, etc?

  • Have many religions developed because of the affects of cannabis, to cause poetic metaphoric writings in the first place?

  • Do you realize that a Christ is someone anointed with the holy anointing oil, that contained cannabis, and that the early church (James 5:14), plus the disciples (Mark 6:13) healed with it to begin with, and thus were called Christians because of the anointing?

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