Symbols mean everything to the students of the esoteric and occult world. Your layman doesn’t understand this. It’s all demonic.

Below is the symbol for THC.

The Number 9

Scriptures tell us that there are 9 fruits of the Holy Spirit. This is good. 👍 In Freemasonry, 9 is their magic number and it represents male sperm according to Albert Pike. 666 is the number of the beast. 6+6+6=18=1+8=9. <~~their magic number. This is bad. 👎

According to their book… The Secret Teachings of All Ages:

Secret Teachings of All Ages Index

“The ennead–9–was the first square of an odd number (3×3). It was associated with failure and shortcoming because it fell short of the perfect number 10 by one. It was called the number of man, because of the nine months of his embryonic life. Among its keywords are ocean and horizon, because to the ancients these were boundless. The ennead is the limitless number because there is nothing beyond it but the infinite 10. It was called boundary and limitation, because it gathered all numbers within itself. It was called the sphere of the air, because it surrounded the numbers as air surrounds the earth, Among the gods and goddesses who partook in greater or less degree of its nature were Prometheus, Vulcan, Juno, the sister and wife of Jupiter, Pæan, and Aglaia, Tritogenia, Curetes, Proserpine, Hyperion, and Terpsichore (a Muse).

The 9 was looked upon as evil, because it was an inverted 6. According to the Eleusinian Mysteries, it was the number of the spheres through which the consciousness passed on its way to birth. Because of its close resemblance to the spermatozoon, the 9 has been associated with germinal life.”

According to Hindu tradition, Shiva was 9 feet tall.

The number 9 in Hindu thought. “In the ancient Mother Goddess concept, prevalent on this land way before the Aryans adopted it, there runs a popular narrative of the divine female power synonymous with creator of the universe, the embodiment of pristine purity and truth, annihilating the demons representing the evil forces. The mother goddess wages a war for nine days to combat the potent rakshasas (satanic power) and bestow deliverance to the world in general.” LINK

Shiva is called the destroyer but the number 9 is never “destroyed”.

The 9 is also an upside down 6 and represents PHI.

Notice how 9 and PHI the golden ratio match. Below is what is called the eye of Shiva. It lools like PHI when its jewelry is made.

Notice that the tail of the eye of Horus is PHIesque looking.

The eye of Shiva represents their “consciousness” within the trikona. Now you know what the eye represents on or in the pyramid. The third eye is being opened when you smoke weed. Once again, that’s why it is called a gateway drug.

The Triangle

In witchcraft the Triangle represents their divine feminine goddess. The mother, maiden and crone.

In other esoteric thoughts it represents the divine masculine. Their god Shiva.

Trikona is a Sanskrit word which signifies a triangle and is one of the widely used mythicalgeometric symbol. It is used to assist in meditation, and in different yantras. A trikona symbolises the consciousness of Shiva.

So you have a triangle and a 9. You have the goddess symbolism connected to the 9=copulation. It is no different than the Seal of Solomon when both triangles are joined representing a union between their god and goddess.

Or you have the divine masculine copulating its “divine wisdom” as is probably the case of the symbol of THC. They want you to reach a “higher consciousness” through smoking weed. I for one know this to be true.

So do you see why I say if you’re smoking weed you are communing with Shiva? Even the symbolism tells us this.

Ever heard of Kona Gold? What about Cheeba? I hope your getting it.

Marihuana in the 30’s and 40’s

Marijuana, Assassin of Youth [booklet]
Publication Year: 1950
DEVINE, Robert James.
Frederic, WI: Leader Press, [1950].

Item #SKB-13916

Pamphlet. First edition thus. A scathing Reefer Madness-era tract by rabid anti-drug crusader Devine, originally published ca. 1937. The back cover features probably the all-time best anti-marijuana illustration of drug peddlers throwing marijuana victims to the God Moloch who is standing at the gates of Hell.

Marijuana, Assassin of Youth is a 12pg book that was originally published in the American magazine, vol. 124, no. 1, July, 1937. Below is the full text.

Marijuana, Assassin of Youth

by H. J. Anslinger with Courtney Ryley Cooper

THE sprawled body of a young girl lay crushed on the sidewalk the other day after a plunge from the fifth story of a Chicago apartment house. Everyone called it suicide, but actually it was murder. The killer was a narcotic known to America as marijuana, and to history as hashish. It is a narcotic used in the form of cigarettes, comparatively new to the United States and as dangerous as a coiled rattlesnake.

How many murders, suicides, robberies, criminal assaults, holdups, burglaries, and deeds of maniacal insanity it causes each year, especially among the young, can be only conjectured. The sweeping march of its addiction has been so insidious that, in numerous communities, it thrives almost unmolested, largely because of official ignorance of its effects.

Here indeed is the unknown quantity among narcotics. No one can predict its effect. No one knows, when he places a marijuana cigarette to his lips, whether he will become a philosopher, a joyous reveler in a musical heaven, a mad insensate, a calm philosopher, or a murderer.

That youth has been selected by the peddlers of this poison as an especially fertile field makes it a problem of serious concern to every man and woman in America.

THERE was the young girl, for instance, who leaped to her death. Her story is typical. Some time before, this girl, like others of her age who attend our high schools, had heard the whispering of a secret which has gone the rounds of American youth. It promised a new thrill, the smoking of a type of cigarette which contained a “real kick.” According to the whispers, this cigarette could accomplish wonderful reactions and with no harmful aftereffects. So the adventurous girl and a group of her friends gathered in an apartment, thrilled with the idea of doing “something different” in which there was “no harm.”Then a friend produced a few cigarettes of the loosely rolled “homemade” type. They were passed from one to another of the young people, each taking a few puffs.

The results were weird. Some of the party went into paroxysms of laughter; every remark, no matter how silly, seemed excruciatingly funny. Others of mediocre musical ability became almost expert; the piano dinned constantly. Still others found themselves discussing weighty problems of youth with remarkable clarity. As one youngster expressed it, he “could see through stone walls.” The girl danced without fatigue, and the night of unexplainable exhilaration seemed to stretch out as though it were a year long. Time, conscience, or consequences became too trivial for consideration.

Other parties followed, in which inhibitions vanished, conventional barriers departed, all at the command of this strange cigarette with its ropy, resinous odor. Finally there came a gathering at a time when the girl was behind in her studies and greatly worried. With every puff of the smoke the feeling of despondency lessened. Everything was going to be all right — at last. The girl was “floating” now, a term given to marijuana intoxication. Suddenly, in the midst of laughter and dancing she thought of her school problems. Instantly they were solved. Without hesitancy she walked to a window and leaped to her death. Thus can marijuana “solve” one’s difficulties.

The cigarettes may have been sold by a hot tamale vendor or by a street peddler, or in a dance hall or over a lunch counter, or even from sources much nearer to the customer. The police of a Midwestern city recently accused a school janitor of having conspired with four other men, not only to peddle cigarettes to children, but even to furnish apartments where smoking parties might be held.

A Chicago mother, watching her daughter die as an indirect result of marijuana addiction, told officers that at least fifty of the girl’s young friends were slaves to the narcotic. This means fifty unpredictables. They may cease its use; that is not so difficult as with some narcotics. They may continue addiction until they deteriorate mentally and become insane. Or they may turn to violent forms of crime, to suicide or to murder. Marijuana gives few warnings of what it intends to do to the human brain.

THE menace of marijuana addiction is comparatively new to America. In 1931, the marijuana file of the United States Narcotic Bureau was less than two inches thick, while today the reports crowd many large cabinets. Marijuana is a weed of the Indian hemp family, known in Asia as Cannabis Indica and in America as Cannabis Sativa. Almost everyone who has spent much time in rural communities has seen it, for it is cultivated in practically every state. Growing plants by the thousands were destroyed by law-enforcement officers last year in Texas, New York, New Jersey, Mississippi, Michigan, Maryland, Louisiana, Illinois, and the attack on the weed is only beginning.

It was an unprovoked crime some years ago which brought the first realization that the age-old drug had gained a foothold in America. An entire family was murdered by a youthful addict in Florida. When officers arrived at the home they found the youth staggering about in a human, slaughterhouse. With an ax he had killed his father, his mother, two brothers, and a sister. He seemed to be in a daze.

“I’ve had a terrible dream,” he said. “People tried to hack off my arms!”
“Who were they?” an officer asked.
“I don’t know. Maybe one was my uncle. They slashed me with knives and I saw blood dripping from an ax.”

He had no recollection of having committed the multiple crime. The officers knew him ordinarily as a sane, rather quiet young man; now he was pitifully crazed. They sought the reason. The boy said he had been in the habit of smoking something which youthful friends called “muggles,” a childish name for marijuana.

Since that tragedy there has been a race between the spread of marijuana and its suppression. Unhappily, so far, marijuana has won by many lengths. The years 1935 and 1936 saw its most rapid growth in traffic. But at least we now know what we are facing. We know its history, its effects, and its potential victims. Perhaps with the spread of this knowledge the public may be aroused sufficiently to conquer the menace. Every parent owes it to his children to tell them of the terrible effects of marijuana to offset the enticing “private information” which these youths may have received. There must be constant enforcement and equally constant education against this enemy, which has a record of murder and terror running through the centuries.

THE weed was known to the ancient Greeks and it is mentioned in Homer’s Odyssey. Homer wrote that it made men forget their homes and turned them into swine. Ancient Egyptians used it. In the year 1090, there was founded in Persia the religious and military order of the Assassins whose history is one of cruelty, barbarity, and murder, and for good reason. The members were confirmed users of hashish, or marijuana, and it is from the Arabic “hashshashin” that we have the English word “assassin.” Even the term “running amok” relates to the drug, for the expression has been used to describe natives of the Malay Peninsula who, under the influence of hashish, engage in violent and bloody deeds.

Marijuana was introduced into the United States from Mexico, and swept across America with incredible speed.

It began with the whispering of vendors in the Southwest that marijuana would perform miracles for those who smoked it, giving them a feeling of physical strength and mental power, stimulation of the imagination, the ability to be “the life of the party.” The peddlers preached also of the weed’s capabilities as a “love potion.” Youth, always adventurous, began to look into these claims and found some of them true, not knowing that this was only half the story They were not told that addicts may often develop a delirious rage during which they are temporarily and violently insane; that this insanity may take the form of a desire for self-destruction or a persecution complex to be satisfied only by the commission of some heinous crime.

IT would be well for law-enforcement officers everywhere to search for marijuana behind cases of criminal and sex assault. During the last year a young male addict was hanged in Baltimore for criminal assault on a ten-year-old girl. His defense was that he was temporarily insane from smoking marijuana. In Alamosa, Colo., a degenerate brutally attacked a young girl while under the influence of the drug. In Chicago, two marijuana smoking boys murdered a policeman.

In at least two dozen other comparatively recent cases of murder or degenerate sex attacks, many of them committed by youths, marijuana proved to be a contributing cause. Perhaps you remember the young desperado in Michigan who, a few months ago, caused a reign of terror by his career of burglaries and holdups, finally to be sent to prison for life after kidnapping a Michigan state policeman, killing him, then handcuffing him to the post of a rural mailbox. This young bandit was a marijuana fiend.

A sixteen-year-old boy was arrested in California for burglary. Under the influence of marijuana he had stolen a revolver and was on the way to stage a holdup when apprehended. Then there was the nineteen-year-old addict in Columbus, Ohio, who, when police responded to a disturbance complaint, opened fire upon an officer, wounding him three times, and was himself killed by the returning fire of the police. In Ohio a gang of seven young men, all less than twenty years old, had been caught after a series of 38 holdups. An officer asked them where they got their incentive.

“We only work when we’re high on ‘tea,’” one explained.
“On what?”
“On tea. Oh, there are lots of names for it. Some people call it ‘mu’ or ‘muggles’ or ‘Mary Weaver’ or ‘moocah’ or ‘weed’ or ‘reefers’ — there’s a million names for it.”
“All of which mean marijuana?”
“Sure. Us kids got on to it in high school three or four years ago; there must have been twenty-five or thirty of us who started smoking it. The stuff was cheaper then; you could buy a whole tobacco tin of it for fifty cents. Now these peddlers will charge you all they can get, depending on how shaky you are. Usually though, it’s two cigarettes for a quarter.”

This boy’s casual story of procurement of the drug was typical of conditions in many cities in America. He told of buying the cigarettes in dance halls, from the owners of small hamburger joints, from peddlers who appeared near high schools at dismissal time. Then there were the “booth joints” or Bar-B-Q stands, where one might obtain a cigarette and a sandwich for a quarter, and there were the shabby apartments of women who provided not only the cigarettes but rooms in which girls and boys might smoke them.

“But after you get the habit,” the boy added, “you don’t bother much about finding a place to smoke. I’ve seen as many as three or four high-school kids jam into a telephone booth and take a few drags.”

The officer questioned him about the gang’s crimes: “Remember that filling-station attendant you robbed — how you threatened to beat his brains out?”

The youth thought hard. “I’ve got a sort of hazy recollection,” he answered. “I’m not trying to say I wasn’t there, you understand. The trouble is, with all my gang, we can’t remember exactly what we’ve done or said. When you get to ‘floating,’ it’s hard to keep track of things.”

From the other youthful members of the gang the officer could get little information. They confessed the robberies as one would vaguely remember bad dreams.

“If I had killed somebody on one of those jobs, I’d never have known it,” explained one youth. “Sometimes it was over before I realized that I’d even been out of my room.”

THEREIN lies much of the cruelty of marijuana, especially in its attack upon youth. The young, immature brain is a thing of impulses, upon which the “unknown quantity” of the drug acts as an almost overpowering stimulant. There are numerous cases on record like that of an Atlanta boy who robbed his father’s safe of thousands of dollars in jewelry and cash. Of high-school age, this boy apparently had been headed for an honest, successful career. Gradually, however, his father noticed a change in him. Spells of shakiness and nervousness would be succeeded by periods when the boy would assume a grandiose manner and engage in excessive, senseless laughter, extravagant conversation, and wildly impulsive actions. When these actions finally resulted in robbery the father went at his son’s problem in earnest — and found the cause of it a marijuana peddler who catered to school children. The peddler was arrested.

It is this useless destruction of youth which is so heartbreaking to all of us who labor in the field of narcotic suppression. No one can predict what may happen after the smoking of the weed. I am reminded of a Los Angeles case in which a boy of seventeen killed a policeman. They had been great friends. Patrolling his beat, the officer often stopped to talk to the young fellow, to advise him. But one day the boy surged toward the patrolman with a gun in his hand; there was a blaze of yellowish flame, and the officer fell dead.

“Why did you kill him?” the youth was asked.
“I don’t know,” he sobbed. “He was good to me. I was high on reefers. Suddenly I decided to shoot him.”
In a small Ohio town, a few months ago, a fifteen-year-old boy was found wandering the streets, mentally deranged by marijuana. Officers learned that he had obtained the dope at a garage.
“Are any other school kids getting cigarettes there?” he was asked.
“Sure. I know fifteen or twenty, maybe more. I’m only counting my friends.”
The garage was raided. Three men were arrested and 18 pounds of marijuana seized.“We’d been figuring on quitting the racket,” one of the dopesters told the arresting officer. “These kids had us scared. After we’d gotten ’em on the weed, it looked like easy money for a while. Then they kept wanting more and more of it, and if we didn’t have it for ’em, they’d get tough. Along toward the last, we were scared that one of ’em would get high and kill us all. There wasn’t any fun in it.”

Not long ago a fifteen-year-old girl ran away from her home in Muskegon, Mich., to be arrested later in company with five young men in a Detroit marijuana den. A man and his wife ran the place. How many children had smoked there will never be known. There were 60 cigarettes on hand, enough fodder for 60 murders.

A newspaper in St. Louis reported after an investigation this year that it had discovered marijuana “dens,” all frequented by children of high-school age. The same sort of story came from Missouri, Ohio, Louisiana, Colorado — in fact, from coast to coast.

In Birmingham, Ala., a hot-tamale salesman had pushed his cart about town for five years, and for a large part of that time he had been peddling marijuana cigarettes to students of a downtown high school. His stock of the weed, he said, came from Texas and consisted, when he was captured, of enough marijuana to manufacture hundreds of cigarettes.

In New Orleans, of 437 persons of varying ages arrested for a wide range of crimes, 125 were addicts. Of 37 murderers, 17 used marijuana, and of 193 convicted thieves, 34 were “on the weed.”

ONE of the first places in which marijuana found a ready welcome was in a closely congested section of New York. Among those who first introduced it there were musicians, who had brought the habit northward with the surge of “hot” music demanding players of exceptional ability, especially in improvisation. Along the Mexican border and in seaport cities it had been known for some time that the musician who desired to get the “hottest” effects from his playing often turned to marijuana for aid.

One reason was that marijuana has a strangely exhilarating effect upon the musical sensibilities (Indian hemp has long been used as a component of “singing seed” for canary birds). Another reason was that strange quality of marijuana which makes a rubber band out of time, stretching it to unbelievable lengths. The musician who uses “reefers” finds that the musical beat seemingly comes to him quite slowly, thus allowing him to interpolate any number of improvised notes with comparative ease. While under the influence of marijuana, he does not realize that he is tapping the keys, with a furious speed impossible for one in a normal state of mind; marijuana has stretched out the time of the music until a dozen notes may be crowded into the space normally occupied by one. Or, to quote a young musician arrested by Kansas City officers as a “muggles smoker”:

“Of course I use it — I’ve got to. I can’t play any more without it, and I know a hundred other musicians who are in the same fix. You see, when I’m ‘floating,’ I own my saxophone. I mean I can do anything with it. The notes seem to dance out of it — no effort at all. I don’t have to worry about reading the music — I’m music-crazy. Where do I get the stuff? In almost any low-class dance hall or night spot in the United States.”
Soon a song was written about the drug. Perhaps you remember:

“Have you seen
That funny reefer man?
He says he swam to China;
Any tie he takes a notion
He can walk across the ocean.”

It sounded funny. Dancing girls and boys pondered about “reefers” and learned through the whispers of other boys and girls that these cigarettes could make one accomplish the impossible. Sadly enough, they can — in the imagination. The boy who plans a holdup, the youth who seizes a gun and prepares for a murder, the girl who decides suddenly to elope with a boy she did not even know a few hours ago, does so with the confident belief that this is a thoroughly logical action without the slightest possibility of disastrous consequences. Command a person “high” on “mu” or “muggles” or “Mary Jane” to crawl on the floor and bark like a dog, and he will do it without a thought of the idiocy of the action. Everything, no matter how insane, becomes plausible. The underworld calls marijuana “that stuff that makes you able to jump off the tops of skyscrapers.”

REPORTS from various sections of the country indicate that the control and sale of marijuana has not yet passed into the hands of the big gangster syndicates. The supply is so vast and grows in so many places that gangsters perhaps have found it difficult to dominate the source. A big, hardy weed, with serrated, swordlike leaves topped by bunchy small blooms supported upon a thick, stringy stalk, marijuana has been discovered in almost every state. New York police uprooted hundreds of plants growing in a vacant lot in Brooklyn. In New York State alone last year 200 tons of the growing weed were destroyed. Acres of it have been found in various communities. Patches have been revealed in back yards, behind signboards, in gardens. In many places in the West it grows wild. Wandering dopesters gather the tops from along the right of way of railroads.

An evidence of how large the traffic may be came to light last year near La Fitte, La. Neighbors of an Italian family had become amazed by wild stories told by the children of the family. They, it seemed, had suddenly become millionaires. They talked of owning inconceivable amounts of money, of automobiles they did not possess, of living in a palatial home. At last their absurd lies were reported to the police, who discovered that their parents were allowing them to smoke something that came from the tops of tall plants which their father grew on his farm. There was a raid, in which more than 500,000 marijuana plants were destroyed. This discovery led next day to another raid on a farm at Bourg, La. Here a crop of some 2,000 plants was found to be growing between rows of vegetables. The eight persons arrested confessed that their main source of income from this crop was in sales to boys and girls of high-school age.

With possibilities for such tremendous crops, grown secretly, gangdom has been hampered in its efforts to corner the profits of what has now become an enormous business. It is to be hoped that the menace of marijuana can be wiped out before it falls into the vicious protectorate of powerful members of the underworld.

BUT to crush this traffic we must first squarely face the facts. Unfortunately, while every state except one has laws to cope with the traffic, the powerful right arm which could support these states has been all but impotent. I refer to the United States government. There has been no national law against the growing, sale, or possession of marijuana.

As this is written a bill to give the federal government control over marijuana has been introduced in Congress by Representative Robert L. Doughton of North Carolina, Chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee. It has the backing of Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau, who has under his supervision the various agencies of the United States Treasury Department, including the Bureau of Narcotics, through which Uncle Sam fights the dope evil. It is a revenue bill, modeled after other narcotic laws which make use of the taxing power to bring about regulation and control.

The passage of such a law, however, should not be the signal for the public to lean back, fold its hands, and decide that all danger is over. America now faces a condition in which a new, although ancient, narcotic has come to live next door to us, a narcotic that does not have to be smuggled into the country. This means a job of unceasing watchfulness by every police department and by every public-spirited civic organization. It calls for campaigns of education in every school, so that children will not be deceived by the wiles of peddlers, but will know of the insanity, the disgrace, the horror which marijuana can bring to its victim. And, above all, every citizen should keep constantly before him the real picture of the “reefer man” — not some funny fellow who, should he take the notion, could walk across the ocean, but —

In Los Angeles, Calif., a youth was walking along a downtown street after inhaling a marijuana cigarette. For many addicts, merely a portion of a “reefer” is enough to induce intoxication. Suddenly, for no reason, he decided that someone had threatened to kill him and that his life at that very moment was in danger. Wildly he looked about him. The only person in sight was an aged bootblack. Drug-crazed nerve centers conjured the innocent old shoe-shiner into a destroying monster. Mad with fright, the addict hurried to his room and got a gun. He killed the old man, and then, later, babbled his grief over what had been wanton, uncontrolled murder.

“I thought someone was after me,” he said. “That’s the only reason I did it. I had never seen the old fellow before. Something just told me to kill him!”
That’s marijuana!

Marijuana, Assassin of Youth was originally published in The American Magazine volume 124 number 1 (July 1937).

What’s In Popeye’s Pipe?

By Dana Larsen, Cannabis Culture. Posted February 8, 2005.

The world’s most famous sailor-man may be tooting more than just spinach in his pipe.

Popeye is one of the world’s most well-known and beloved animated characters.

Since his creation, the pipe-puffing Popeye has become a global phenomenon, with millions of kids heartily munching on spinach in the hopes that it will make them as strong as the legendary sailor-man.

Yet is the spinach which gives Popeye his super-strength really a metaphor for another magical herb?

Have children around the world been adoring a hero who is really a heavy consumer of the forbidden weed – marijuana?

The evidence is circumstantial, but it is there, and when added together it presents a compelling picture that, for many readers at least, Popeye’s strength-giving spinach is meant as a clear metaphor for the miraculous powers of marijuana.

Comic Creation

Popeye has gone through many different writers and artists since he was first created in 1929 by cartoonist Elzie Segar. Popeye was originally introduced as a minor character in Segar’s ongoing comic strip, Thimble Theatre. For 10 years Segar had been chronicling the adventures of Olive Oyl, her brother Castor, and her fiance Ham Gravy. At the start of one new adventure, Castor and Ham were to embark on an overseas voyage, and so they went to the docks and hired a sailor named Popeye.

Soon Popeye had become a major part of the Thimble Theatre cast, and within a year Ham Gravy was written out of the strip as Popeye replaced him as Olive’s sweetheart. Wimpy was added to the cast three years later, and baby Swee’pea four years after that.

At first there was no explanation for Popeye’s amazing strength. But within a few years Popeye’s reliance on spinach was entrenched in the strip, and the basis of some ongoing jokes. By the time of the animated cartoons, decades after Segar’s death, the spinach had become an essential part of every plot, with Popeye’s consumption of the magic herb signaling a swift end to his foes.

The original comic by Segar was much more complex and nuanced than the later animated shorts. Segar introduced many strange and wonderful characters into Popeye’s world, including the malicious Sea Hag, whose enchanted flute enables her to fly and do magic; the wealthy Mr. Vanripple, whose beautiful daughter June rivals Olive for Popeye’ affections; the disturbing Alice the Goon who speaks only in squiggles; and the mighty Toar, whose monstrous strength challenges even Popeye’s.

Segar’s storylines were full of adult humor, including Toar having a crush on Popeye, calling him “hot stuff” and kissing him on the head. Popeye’s ongoing adventures included founding his own island nation called Spinachovia, and becoming “dictipator” over a country made up only of men.

Spinach = Marijuana

So from these seemingly innocent beginnings, what evidence is there that Popeye is actually a stoner?

During the 1920s and ’30s, the era when Popeye was created, “spinach” was a very common code word for marijuana. One classic example is “The Spinach Song,” recorded in 1938 by the popular jazz band Julia Lee and Her Boyfriends. Performed for years in clubs thick with cannabis smoke, along with other Julia Lee hits like “Sweet Marijuana,” the popular song used spinach as an obvious metaphor for pot.

In addition, anti-marijuana propaganda of the time claimed that marijuana use induced super-strength. Overblown media reports proclaimed that pot smokers became extraordinarily strong, and even immune to bullets. So tying in Popeye’s mighty strength with his sucking back some spinach would have seemed like an obvious cannabis connection at the time.

Further, as a “sailor-man,” Popeye would be expected to be familiar with exotic herbs from distant locales. Indeed, sailors were among the first to introduce marijuana to American culture, bringing the herb back with them from their voyages overseas.

Segar did make other, more explicit drug references in his comic strip. One ongoing 1934 plotline had Vanripple’s gold mine facing corrupt, thieving workers. Popeye discovers that the mine manager is feeding his men berries from a bush whose roots are soaked in a nasty drug. Consuming the drugged berries removes human conscience, making people more violent and willing to commit crime.

Popeye falls under the influence of the laced berries and becomes surly and mean, striking out at his friends and allies. Yet he still manages to get five gallons of “myrtholene,” a joy-inducing drug which he pours over the plant’s roots. The new berries produce delirious happiness, and as Popeye says, “When a man’s happy he jus’ couldn’t do nothin’ wrong.”

Pot References

Segar died in 1938, and the strip was taken over by others in the following decades. As the Popeye character was re-interpreted by others in print, animation and film, other indicators of a marijuana subtext have continued to pop up.

For example, in many of the animated Popeye cartoons from the 1960s, Popeye is explicitly shown sucking the power-giving spinach through his pipe.

Further, in the comics and cartoons made during the ’60s, Popeye had a dog named Birdseed. Surely the writers who named Popeye’s dog during this “flower power” era were aware that cannabis was in fact America’s number one source of birdseed until it was banned?

Another slightly different drug reference occurs in the 1954 cartoon, Greek Mirthology. In the cartoon, Popeye tells his nephews the story of his ancestor, Hercules. Hercules, who looks just like Popeye, is shown sniffing white garlic to gain his super strength. By the end of the cartoon Hercules has discovered spinach and switches over to it. Is this a metaphor for the benefits of cannabis over cocaine or snuff?

Another animated film shows Popeye carefully tending a crop of spinach plants reminiscent of a cannabis patch. He carefully takes cuttings, dips them into rooting gel and plants them in his outdoor garden. He even gives each plant a special feeding mix from a baby bottle. Pot growers worldwide would recognize the unique way that Popeye cares for his sacred crop.

I Yam What I Yam

Some have commented on the parallel between Popeye’s famous phrase, “I yam what I yam,” and the statement, “I am that I am,” made by God to Moses in the Old Testament. In the story, God speaks to Moses through a magical burning bush, which was not consumed by the fire. Many different people and faiths, including Rastafarians and various early Christian sects, have believed that the biblical burning bush is a reference to the cannabis plant.

So in this context, the use of phrase, “I yam what I yam,” can be seen as a reference to Popeye’s use of the burning cannabis bush, which creates his higher awareness of the self-reflective nature of the Godhead.

Pure Bolivian Spinach

The only Popeye strip to ever explicitly refer to the pot/spinach connection was published in the 1980s by illustrator Bobby London. The comic showed Popeye and Wimpy picking up a load of “pure Bolivian spinach.”

London did the syndicated Popeye daily strip for King Features from 1986 to 1992, and was known for putting adult, controversial themes into his work. He had previously worked on the short-lived comic book Air Pirates, which showed Mickey and Minnie Mouse having sex, getting high and smuggling drugs.

London was eventually fired from Popeye for writing an allegorical satire about the abortion issue. No new Popeye strips are now being written; those running in daily newspapers are all repeats.

Popeye Mythology

Whether Popeye ‘s many pot references are intentional or not, some see amazing depths and layers of meaning within the Popeye saga. An author and online artist named Michaelm provides the following analysis:

“Popeye characterizes the natural cycle going back through the ages to the ancient mariners … books, [B]ibles, logs, maps, pennants, sails, ropes, paints, varnishes, lamp oil and sealants were all derived from hemp. Bluto represents the greedy toxic corporations, dependent industries and landowners.

“Both characters try to swoon the premier oil source, Olive Oyl. Bluto begins to understand Popeye is too competitive so he decides to eliminate him. He chains Popeye down, captures Olive Oyl, and approaches the point of rape. But in the end Popeye manages to suck the ‘spinach’ through his pipe, grows strong with hemp, breaks free and defeats the evil corporations, saving her from industrial pollution and oppression.

“Relieved and happy, she gives herself back to the natural cycle, then Popeye smiles, winks and toots his pipe.”

While this is likely reading far more into the strip than any of its creators ever intended, it is an excellent example of the iconic status that Popeye has achieved among some quarters of the cannabis community. (http://reality101blog.blogspot.com/2010/01/whats-in-popeyes-pipe.html?m=1)

The Truth About Your Weed

A few days ago I said one, off the cuff comment, about how “smoking weed is communion with Shiva” and a lot of people lost it. Then all the medicinal smoking Christians come out of their grow closets were claiming this and that and giving their testimonies of how life altering and changing using marijuana was for them. Well let me give you a little testimonial.

I had smoked weed for over 15 years every single day all day long. Not only did I smoke weed but I sold weed. This was my income as I was in a band playing shows. I was delivered from weed, alcohol and drugs 14 years ago on January 18th, 2003 when I was born again. If I hadn’t had been delivered, I would have never quit any of it and would be back to everything I did in the past, this very day.

I had dealt with a lot of shady people when dealing with marijuana. It not only brought around stoners, but it also brought around Tweakers and heroin addicts. I can tell you 100% without a doubt that the weed that I had was so addicting, that at even at the time of selling and smoking it, I even questioned what was the spiritual entity behind this drug. I used to get a lot of my weed from across the border and in South America.

I know what an addict looks like because I was one. These people used to feign for this weed like it was a shot of heroin or a line of dope.They literally acted like crackheads. I thought it was so strange that I made the comment to the person I used to get the weed from and this is what he told me. He said that he knew for a fact because he had witnessed it, that with the weed that he was giving me, it had a spell over it. He said these people would “pray” over it before sending it over the border. I said “like witchcraft?” and told not “like” witchcraft but witchcraft. I was blown away. This explained why i was seeing people eating this stuff up like potato chips. He told me that this was a normal practice that would cause addiction. And it’s real because I saw it first hand.

This is no joke. If you don’t think these people curse this weed like they did when I dealt with it 15 years ago, you are a very gullible person. I guarantee you they perform witchcraft and spells over this medical marijuana that they have in these government run dispensaries. In my opinion, the FDA and the government that control this marijuana are a hundred times worse spiritually then any private grower that I ever got my weed from. This is not something to play with people. This is why I say that if you were smoking weed you’re having communion with Shiva. I know for a fact that there is a spiritual concept and entity behind the controlling of this drug. The same people who you want to use the terminology of pharmakeia in the Book of Revelation, are the same people who wanted to know my that marijuana is in that category. We know this for pharmekia mentioned in the Book of Revelation is connected to Witchcraft and spells that are done over it. Medical marijuana, whether it be CBD oil or the THC that you actually smoke from the plant, are all part of this for pharmekia that will lead people astray in the last days. Pills, medications, whatever it may be, it no different that medical marijuana.

The really strange thing is, is now you can watch videos of people sprawling around on the floor demon possessed and most the time you see these videos they are on ice or bath salts. But the majority of these videos are people who smoked this synthetic weed that they sell over the counter. This is 100% genetically modified fake weed that they pass off that you’re smoking real weed. If they can do this with a synthetic drug and pass it off as fake marijuana, don’t you think that they will do that with real marijuana? And what’s even crazier about these videos that are coming back out with these demonic people, is that if you read the comments some of these people know the people in the videos. And they straight up tell you that they smoke weed not some synthetic marijuana. Don’t you think there’s a reason in the state of California that now you can’t have your CCW license to carry a weapon if you have a medical marijuana card. Explain to me why the government wouldn’t want somebody who smokes medical marijuana to have a CCW card.

Genetics and Monsanto

Watch the video below and remember that this came out April 18th, 2017. So this video is a year and a half old and if they are talking about it then, then it was already happening at least 5 years prior. This is a fact.

Here is a study from “The University of Mississippi Potency Monitoring project analyzed tens of thousands of marijuana samples confiscated by state and federal law enforcement agencies since 1972. The average potency of all seized cannabis has increased from a concentration of 3.4 percent in 1993 to about 8.8 percent in 2008. Potency in sinsemilla in particular has jumped from 5.8 percent to 13.4 percent during that same time period.LINK

Do you realize (as of 2017) the medicinal marijuana you get is now 14% thc and o.o2% cbd? When I smoked weed thc was at 0.2% and cbd was at 40%. This means the medicinal cbd oil you actually use now, today, right this second is close to nothing in comparison to 20 years ago.

Why is that? Because it’s all genetically modified and George Soros has his grubby little hands in this addiction too. You now have Monsanto patenting strains that are used for “medicinal Marijuana”. The weed is stronger now and has more THC (the chemical that gets you high) in it because it is in fact genetically modified. It didn’t somehow magically get better. It got better in a Army pharmaceutical lab. And with the THC content going up almost 40% (in 2017) the CBD content of the hemp plant itself went lower…like really low.

So this means that the CBD oil is tainted that comes out of this plant due to genetic modification. What you see is not always what you get. This is the man behind Sophia and AI, Ben Goertzel repping CRISPR. If you think this is the only plant that bears seed that is genetically modified, your very gullible. And wait until CRISPR gets involved with EVERYTHING including your mary jane. Keep thinking the way you do.

Or maybe CRISPR is already part of this plan to genetically modify Marijuana that will in fact affect people?

“Labs like Phylos Bioscience and Steep Hill formed within the past decade are now using DNA sequencing techniques on various strains of cannabis to begin to unlock what makes marijuana tick. Labs are able to tests for different markers in marijuana’s DNA that coincide with the number of terpenes or the non-psychoactive cannabinoid, known as CBD.

“We have a big map of all the varieties that we’ve ever sequenced,” Holmes said. “It positions the sample on that so it’s near other things it’s genetically related to. Then there is a back report page that gives information on what population may have contributed genes to it. In the future we’ll have genetic tests that will tell people what traits the plant will have as it gets older.”

Gaudino said the work to map the marijuana genome is just in its nascent stages, but that its relevance in the modern market is already at work….President and chief scientist Samantha Miller of the Santa Rosa-based Pure Analytics laboratory “said genetic modification technology like the CRISPR-Cas9 could certainly be used on cannabis to obtain different levels of cannabinoids and terpenes.

Whether farmers like it or not, Gaudino says genetic modification is coming and if utilized correctly, will work to benefit the industry in the long run. But Gaudino also said what matters is how genetic modification is used, and that he would be wary of creating more drought resistant strains or causing the plant to produce more sugar or proteins.

“The future is not necessarily a bad thing in respect to genetics of cannabis. It’s a matter of understanding what you can do with it,” he said. “I think a lot of people are afraid of it because of genetics. Really it’s something that all agriculture does because it makes sense, because we have the tools and the technology and can do things in a more cost effective, intelligent manner. That doesn’t necessarily mean we’re giving up the farm.” LINK

Do you remember when Obama came out that he had puffed tuff in the past?

“Apparently, back when President Barack Obama would get high with the Choom Gang, he was tokin’ on some weak product by today’s standards.

After Obama told The New Yorker that marijuana is no more dangerous than alcohol — which opened the door to a broader conversation about legalizing or decriminalizing a drug that’s on the federal government’s most restrictive list, Schedule I — former Rep. Patrick Kennedy, D-R.I., said the president needs to brush up on his pot knowledge.

“I think the president needs to speak to his (National Institute of Health) director in charge of drug abuse,” said Kennedy, who chairs Smart Approaches to Marijuana, a group that opposes legalization. The NIH director “would tell the president that, in fact, today’s modern, genetically modified marijuana (has) much higher THC levels, far surpass(ing) the marijuana that the president acknowledges smoking when he was a young person.” LINK

Even a Democrat can admit the truth.

“Legal hurdles to exploring marijuana’s medicinal properties might soon fall in the wake of the US Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) first approval of a cannabis-derived drug.

On 25 June, the FDA announced its approval of Epidiolex — a treatment for epileptic seizures that is based on a cannabis compound called cannabidiol (CBD). The US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has until 24 September to re-classify Epidiolex so that it’s legal for doctors across the country to prescribe it. Many researchers hope that the agency will re-classify CBD itself, instead of just Epidiolex, so that they can more easily study this non-psychedelic component of marijuana.

Now that the FDA has approved Epidiolex, “we have a clear recognition that this plant has more potential than people credited it for, and that has reverberations that are scientific as well as legal”, says Daniele Piomelli, director of a new centre for cannabis research at the University of California, Irvine.” LINK

I hope you understand that all the “medicinal” marijuana including your cbd oil is mandated through the Federal Government. And if you don’t think these clowns curse this stuff through ritual before it even gets into your hands your seriously trippin. Tell me I don’t know what I’m talking about. I was in this “game” before I got saved 14 years ago and this was when weed wasn’t cool. There is a reason why some of you people want to fight tooth and nail when someone like me says what I say about smoking or ingesting Marijuana in one form or another. This is a sin. Period. Shoot…I use to get mad to when I was an addict. Truth hurts.

Now to make it fair, there are those in the past who say that any genetically modified marijuana is nothing but fantasy…fake news. The comments below were from 2013 and pay special attending how he claims genetic engineering is safer than mutagenesis (what they were doing then).

Care to explain GMO Marijuana? now that you are patenting it, you are fighting for its legalization? does monsanto approve or condone the use of marijuana? and why is GMO marijuana considered acceptable, while organic marijuana is not

We don’t know of any legitimate GM Marijuana in development or in existence. Any rumored involvement by CBI or seed companies is “urban legend.”

Response from Steve Savage, Consultant, Savage & Associates · Thursday, 8/22/2013 12:50 pm

Cannabis has definitely been genetically modified for the underground and “medical” markets, but not using the modern methods that get called “GMO”. The modification of the genetics of marijuana achieved using a combination of traditional breeding techniques and clumsy, “old-school” techniques like chemical mutagenesis and induced polyploidy. In other words, various enterprising people used toxic chemicals to cause mutations or used Colchicine to induce the plants to double the number of chromosomes in every cell. Some of these plants grew better and/or made more THC. That is why modern marijuana is so much more potent.

There is a long, completely unregulated history of using these techniques to improve legal crops, but such methods are far more likely to cause undesired and undetected additional changes in the plant’s genetics. Modern genetic engineering is a much safer option.

The Cannabis modification occurred completely outside of any mainstream company or regulatory scheme. In other words, Monsanto has nothing to do with this. There is one very legitimate potential application of precise genetic engineering with Cannabis. There are chemicals other than THC in marijuana that are very helpful for some forms of epilepsy. If the genes for THC production could be turned off, the resulting plants could be a good source of that therapeutic chemical.” LINK
Response from Steve Savage, Consultant, Savage & Associates · Thursday, 8/22/2013 12:50 pm

Cannabis has definitely been genetically modified for the underground and “medical” markets, but not using the modern methods that get called “GMO”. The modification of the genetics of marijuana achieved using a combination of traditional breeding techniques and clumsy, “old-school” techniques like chemical mutagenesis and induced polyploidy. In other words, various enterprising people used toxic chemicals to cause mutations or used Colchicine to induce the plants to double the number of chromosomes in every cell. Some of these plants grew better and/or made more THC. That is why modern marijuana is so much more potent.
There is a long, completely unregulated history of using these techniques to improve legal crops, but such methods are far more likely to cause undesired and undetected additional changes in the plant’s genetics. Modern genetic engineering is a much safer option.

There is a long, completely unregulated history of using these techniques to improve legal crops, but such methods are far more likely to cause undesired and undetected additional changes in the plant’s genetics. Modern genetic engineering is a much safer option.

The Cannabis modification occurred completely outside of any mainstream company or regulatory scheme. In other words, Monsanto has nothing to do with this. There is one very legitimate potential application of precise genetic engineering with Cannabis. There are chemicals other than THC in marijuana that are very helpful for some forms of epilepsy. If the genes for THC production could be turned off, the resulting plants could be a good source of that therapeutic chemical.” LINK

And if you want to research medical marijuana you have to go through the government. Now why is that?

“Thirty states and the District of Columbia have now legalized medical marijuana. But the plant and its compounds are still illegal under US federal law, consigned to the most restricted category of substances — schedule 1. Only the few researchers who sink the time and money into complying with federal rules for handling illicit substances can work on cannabis. Far fewer barriers block research on drugs in less restricted categories, such as oxycodone (OxyContin) — a commonly prescribed opioid — or cocaine and ketamine.

But even researchers who have permission to work on cannabis are restricted to one main supplier. The only facility in the United States certified to provide them with cannabis and its extracts is the University of Mississippi in Oxford. Scientists can also request permission to study a small number of synthetic cannabinoids from pharmaceutical companies, but some say these sources are too limited or expensive to be of use.” LINK

Wait until Pepsi Co gets involved. Remember HEK 293?

The demons of Mara

Entertaining Demons?
Now I get it, people use marijuana plants in the form of hemp. They make clothes, paper, rope, all kinds of things. I’m not going to argue that. My bone to pick is with those that ingested and those people will argue that they aren’t getting high off of it because they want to get high but they are getting the medicinal use that they need. To me that kind of statement makes no sense whatsoever. It doesn’t matter what reason you’re using it for a few or ingesting it and it is giving you a head change. you go from being sober after either smoking it or ingesting it another way. Now I’ve been told that those who take CBD oil do not get the head change in the sense of being high. But we go right back to the whole thing that the CBD oil from marijuana plants is genetically modified and it’s tainted and it is not what you think it is.

I want you to see what the ancient Chinese one of the oldest civilizations that have text about marijuana, had to say about using it for psycho-active properties. “Cannabis for Psychoactive Purpose

Despite being used for a variety of purposes including medicine, food, clothing, paper and weaponry, one aspect of cannabis rarely mentioned by the early Chinese is its psychoactive qualities. In 2008, Chinese archeologists unearthed a two-pound stash of cannabis that dated back about 2,700 years. Through study published in The Journal of Experimental Botany in 2008, the superbly preserved plants were high in psychoactive properties, but they were more likely used for medicinal purposes and/or as an aid for divination.

Use of cannabis for intoxicating purposes was initially frowned upon by ancient Chinese society, but as Taoist interest in magic and alchemy grew in later years, cannabis seeds were burned along with incense, and the hallucinations they produced were valued as a means of achieving immortality and communing with spirits. However, a later edition of Pen Ts’ao Ching warned that, if one ate too many cannabis seeds, they would “see demons,” but if the seeds were consumed moderately over time, it was possible to “communicate with the spirits.” LINK

Did you notice that they said that they use it for divinity or to communicate with spirits? One of the oldest cultures in Civilization is talking about smoking weed and communicating with demons. If you do not see a problem with that and you smoke weed then you obviously have other issues that you need to deal with. The article mentions Pen Ts’ao Ching.

Column 5 (right most column)
[1,2] Medical Cannabis [4,5] is spicy when eaten [7-8] but has poison [9-13] good for the five organs, to bring the bodies Yin Yang into balance.

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[1,2 ] Medical Cannabis [3,4] stop eating [4,5] let go [eat more] [9-12] you will see white ghosts [13] walking around [14-20] and eat long enough, you will know how to talk to the Gods. LINK

This guy gets it.

And this is from Joseph Mercola. The last paragraph that opens his article. This is the point I’m trying to drive home…medicinal or not.
Historical remnants from all around the world also reveal the importance of cannabis in medicine and spirituality. For example, Taoist monks in ancient China burned cannabis as incense, and consumed it with ginseng — a combination thought to open your psychic centers, allowing you to see the future. Cannabis was also revered as sacred in Hinduism, Zoroastrianism and Buddhism.LINK

Pictured here are two works by Robert James Devine, a reverend who published several vehement tracts warning of the drug’s lethal dangers in the first half of the twentieth century. Devine draws parallels between marijuana and Moloch, the ancient Ammonite god: both are false idols, and both demand the sacrifice of children. Lending potency to this metaphor is J.N. Curry’s cover illustration of The Moloch of marihuana, in which devilish drug peddlers fling hapless figures onto the burning hands of Moloch’s brass statue, while a scholar, a policeman, and other complacent citizens avert their gazes.


The text is a series of news items, anecdotes, and relations of Devine’s own crusading efforts against marijuana; throughout, those who smoke it suffer murderous or suicidal urges, accidental deaths, and other such grim fates. Devine asks: “If it has the power to drive cattle ‘loco’ or crazy (who has not heard of a ‘locoed steer’?) or to make an elephant “run amok” – what will it not do to adolescent youths?” (25) (Here he may have conflated marijuana with the swainsonine-producing “locoweed” family of plants, which can cause neurological damage in cattle that graze on them.)

Perhaps unable to improve on artwork so striking, Devine repurposed his cover image of dread Moloch for a second publication, Assassin of youth!: marihuana. This volume is largely an expanded and rearranged edition of Moloch of marihuana, and includes a frontispiece picturing several “reefers” or “muggles” and a marijuana leaf for the vigilant reader’s edification.

International Church of Cannabis

This one is for those yuppy medicinal marijuana cannabis loving “Christians”. Maybe you should just be an elevationist like these clowns in Denver.

Four interlacing pyramids of the Elevationist.

I say clowns for good reason too. When people are on DMT, (next these Christians are going to say DMT is ok to do), they see these demonic images that are fractal and these fallen angels show up in the form of clowns. Research it. I’m not making this up. Just ask Satanist Joe Rogan. Look at the art in the “church”. They are fractal and what is that on there walls? A sheep across from a bull. Why a bull? Because it represents their god. Figure it out….

The bull headed pig?

You have the all seeing eye symbolism everywhere along with the bird like creatures. Think augering. Witchcraft.

Notice the sheep above a black Phoenix or is that a crow rising up?

“Communion” in the Church

I guess for this section the first thing I should bring up is the movement in the last 10 years where people (so called Christians) are smoking the baby Jesus. Get online and either go to Google or YouTube and type in smoking baby Jesus and you will see what I’m talking.

These people act like they have a joint in between their fingers and are smoking it like they’re smoking weed. They believe they are inhaling the holy spirit. We know they are inhaling something but not the Spirit of God. This is witchcraft and a form of strange fire. Remember what i said about the Chinese and smoking weed was communicating with demons? At least the Chinese admit it.

Why would these people think they were smoking and inhaling a spirit? Where could they possible get that from? If you don’t know the answer then please start at the beginning of this article.

Click on the picture below to see how ridiculous this website is. Blasphemous.

Shiva: their god of Marijuana

Now I think I should mention the Hindu religion. There are a lot of Scholars that believe The Vedic texts are some of the first text ever written and because of this they believe that every culture and god and goddess stems from these texts. I can see that to be true in some cases but in fact it only confirms what the Bible says and parallels most of it. Singe of the names obviously have changed. Even when researching Petra there seemed to be a connection to the Hindu religion in the statues and architecture. With that said I want to bring up there God man Shiva who some believe was Ham and others believe to be associated with Nimrod. He is the God of destruction and is similar in other cultures as Osiris and Apollo.

I am going to give you a few articles that will tell you in their own words that Hindus actually do commune with Shiva and this is through smoking weed. Remember when I said that off-the-cuff comment that smoking weed is having communion with Shiva? This is the reason why I said it, because it is true. The reason why I bring up Shiva and the Hinduism religion as far as smoking marijuana goes, is because it’s one of the oldest religions, and other Pagan religions copycat Hinduism. This is why you see Rastafarians in Jamaica with dreadlocks smoking weed and claiming jah gave them marijuana. Jamaicans weren’t the first to have dreadlocks. Look at the images in the videos below and you will see that Hindu men have dreadlocks.

“Shiva is one chill deity.

He’s one of the three major gods in the Hindu religion. And he has a penchant for pot.

“Shiva loves marijuana. So we come to share Shiva’s prasad [offerings] with everyone else,” explains a 60-year-old holy man who gives his name as Radhe Baba.

It’s the eve of the festival of Shiva Ratri, or “The Night of Shiva” — March 7 this year. The celebration marks the day Shiva saved the universe from darkness and married the goddess Parvati.

Groups of dreadlocked Hindu ascetics sit around small smoky fires puffing on clay pipes at Pashupati, one of Nepal’s holiest Hindu temples, in the capital city of Kathmandu. Hundreds of holy men (and some women) have traveled from around Nepal and India for the festival. They spend the days before the holiday alternately praying and lounging to prepare to commune with Shiva.

And they also smoke hashish. Marijuana smoke mingles with the bonfires. Both are symbols of religious devotion. Shiva, it’s believed, used marijuana both to relax and to focus better for meditation.

“Fire represents God,” Ram Das Bairagi explains. “We do [bonfires] for Shiva, to call him. Maybe he will see the fire.” Bairagi, an ascetic who lives at Pashupati temple year-round, has wrapped his long dreadlocks in a leopard print scarf, representing the animal skin Shiva wears. His body is white from ashes, taken from the cremation sites at the temple.

“These are ashes of cremated bodies. They represent homeless people, animals, mentally disabled people,” says another man who’d spread ashes on his body. He gives his name as Dandi Baba. Wearing the ashes allows these different entities to attend the wedding of Shiva and Parvati, he explains. “My life is fully dedicated to Shiva. I have no wife, no family. The first thing I knew was Shiva,” says 72-year-old Dandi Baba. “God is such a mysterious thing, but you have to follow it because it’s inside you,” he adds. “We don’t follow money or day-to-day things. They’re not important; you don’t need those things. The only thing humans need is to share love with each other and share our culture.” And then he passes the pipe.” (https://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2016/03/07/469519964/shiva-is-a-god-who-likes-marijuana-and-so-do-many-of-his-followers)

“The sacred use of cannabis in Hindu religion is associated with the devotion ofLord Shiva, though it is illegal and prohibited as per the law and order, but the government allows this around the Shiva temples by the authority of praising Lord Shiva, especially on Shivratri festival. This practice can be witnessed at the popular Shiva temples, such as; Biswanath temple,Mahakal temple, Baidynath temple,Tarakeswar temple etc. Now the question is why this notorious practice of intoxication is associated with the reverence of the God of the Gods (Devadidev, Mahadev)?

“According to puranas during the ‘Samudramanthan’ (a joint-venture ofdevas andasuras to gainamrita), Shiva consumed all the poison (Halahal), to protect the creation from its noxious effect, which caused immense heat and Shiva started getting restless, there marijuana undertook the task of cooling Shiva, along with some other elements, such as; ‘bilwapatra’ (Bell leaf), Ganges water. So it is believed that, Shiva created cannabis from his own body to purify the elixir. So marijuana is considered holy (amrita) by the Hindus, especially by the Shaivites (sect of Shiva).

Now as per the legends of Lord Shiva, he poses the most versatile nature among all other Gods. He is a passionate dancer (Natraj), a dedicated lover (Umapati), a fierce fighter (Birvadra), a lord of terror (Bhairav), who dwells with poisonous snakes around his neck and holds the flow of river Ganga upon his tress (jata). He is addressed as Rudra due to his anger and devastation, due to his anger he beheaded his little child ‘Ganesha’. Also from the Mahabharata, we learn that Shiva and Parvati jointly invented the game of gambling with dice (chausar), which implies he inspired gambling as well. So Shiva can be considered as rock star among Gods, may be for these attributes it is imagined that he would use cannabis himself.

There are different types of cannabis used in different forms and all are accepted as the ‘prasad’ of Lord Shiva by the Shaivities. Which are, 1. ‘Bhang’ usually consumed as an infusion in beverage form, and most commonly used form of cannabis in different religious festivals, consists of the leaves and plant tops of the marijuana plant. 2. ‘Ganja’ is smoked with the help of ‘chillum’ (a typical clay pipe), consisting of the top leaves of the marijuana plant. 3. ‘Charas’ also smoked, consists of the resinous buds and/or extracted resin from the leaves of the marijuana plant.

The earliest mention of cannabis has been found in The Atharva Veda (1000-600BC), as one of five sacred plants, having numerous medical benefits and Shiva lives in it, also described cannabis as a source of happiness, joy-giver, liberator and that is a gift of Lord Shiva to mankind to aid in ‘sadhana’ (Devotion), to help them attain delight and lose fear, as it releases one from anxiety also provides the visions of the gods. According to some scriptures, dirking of ‘bhang’ cleanse the sins and unite one with Shiva, but in contrast foolish drinking ofbhang without rites is considered as a sin.

Upon eating hemp (the fiber of the cannabis plant) the euphoric, ecstatic and hallucinatory aspects, leads someone to an other-worldly plane, so the plant became accepted as a special gift of Shiva, and a sacred medium for communion with the spiritual world, which helps to meditate with utmost concentration.

Now, in order to unite with Shiva, purification of soul is required and meditation is the single way to purify one-self, which can be done from the inner peace or by the artificial hallucination generated by marijuana and the doubt is, does is remains pure if one tends to hallucinate himself to pursue the great cause of meditation (dhyana)? Also any kind of addiction is forbidden by the guideline to ‘the Gita’ (The holy text of Hindu religion)!” (http://chatterjeemilan.blogspot.com/2016/01/shiva-and-weed.html?m=1)

You can see clearly that in Hinuism, smoking weed without the intent of communing with Shiva is a sin. Do you honestly think that when you smoke weed without Shiva in mind your not committing a sin according to Scripture anyways? Don’t fool yourself. Your getting facts from the horses mouth here and like it or not, they know what they are taking about. Take a look at what Rastafarians believe because they actually mimic what Hindi do.

“When R.J. Katz takes a hit of weed, he first asks himself why he’s doing it. “I realized if the intention is a conscious thought, I’m able to hit the pipe with any intention in mind. So I decided to try it as an offering to a higher power or God, or Krishna [one of the mostly widely worshipped Hindu gods],” says Katz, a 20-something musician and activist. He likes to smoke before practicing yoga because it helps him focus inward and deepen his practice of meditation.

Thanks to Bob Marley, Rastafarianism is perhaps the most obvious example of a religion that integrates cannabis, conjuring up images of dreadlocked reggae artists in a haze of billowy weed smoke somewhere in Jamaica. Rastas believe that using ganja, also called the holy herb or the wisdom weed, is sacred; in fact, using weed merely to get high is condemned.

Smoking the holy herb is a ritual, beginning with a common prayer: “Glory be the father and to the maker of creation. As it was in the beginning is now and ever shall be World without end. Jah Rastafari: Eternal God Selassie I.” It’s believed that Emperor Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia was the Messiah. Rastas also believe that the “Tree of Life” is a cannabis plant, and turn to passages in the Bible to support the use of weed: “The herb is the healing of the nations” (Revelation 22:2), “Eat every herb of the land” (Exodus 10:12), “He causeth the grass for the cattle, and herb for the services of man” (Psalm 104:14).

Esteemed as a portal to understanding, ganja is commonly used in Rastafari reasoning sessions, or community meditation gatherings. During these sessions, a group commonly smokes from a chalice, or shared pipe, helping them share ideas, evoke visions and strengthen the community.

Established in the 1930s, Rastafarianism is a fairly recent 420-friendly religion, in contrast with Christianity, Hinduism or Judaism. In India, cannabis is also sometimes called “ganja,” derived from the Sanskrit word “ganjika.” Hindu tradition sacralizes cannabis in its connection to Lord Shiva, god of destruction and transformation.

Thanks to Bob Marley, Rastafarianism is perhaps the most obvious example of a religion that integrates cannabis, conjuring up images of dreadlocked reggae artists in a haze of billowy weed smoke somewhere in Jamaica. Rastas believe that using ganja, also called the holy herb or the wisdom weed, is sacred; in fact, using weed merely to get high is condemned.

Smoking the holy herb is a ritual, beginning with a common prayer: “Glory be the father and to the maker of creation. As it was in the beginning is now and ever shall be World without end. Jah Rastafari: Eternal God Selassie I.” It’s believed that Emperor Haile Selassie I of Ethiopia was the Messiah. Rastas also believe that the “Tree of Life” is a cannabis plant, and turn to passages in the Bible to support the use of weed: “The herb is the healing of the nations” (Revelation 22:2), “Eat every herb of the land” (Exodus 10:12), “He causeth the grass for the cattle, and herb for the services of man” (Psalm 104:14).

Esteemed as a portal to understanding, ganja is commonly used in Rastafari reasoning sessions, or community meditation gatherings. During these sessions, a group commonly smokes from a chalice, or shared pipe, helping them share ideas, evoke visions and strengthen the community.

Established in the 1930s, Rastafarianism is a fairly recent 420-friendly religion, in contrast with Christianity, Hinduism or Judaism. In India, cannabis is also sometimes called “ganja,” derived from the Sanskrit word “ganjika.” Hindu tradition sacralizes cannabis in its connection to Lord Shiva, god of destruction and transformation.

Shiva is also the lord or “father of yoga,” explains Govind Das, owner of Santa Monica’s Bhakti Yoga Shala. It’s said that all yoga practices come from Lord Shiva. “He’s also considered the lord of mind-altering substances, and one of those that he’s most deeply associated with is cannabis in the form of ganja, the flowers, charas, a type of hashish, and bhang, a potion made with the leaves, ghee and specific herbs,” Das says. Bhang is considered to be a “sister” of the goddess and holy river Mother Ganges in Northern India.

According to Hindu mythology, Shiva would often leave the house to wander in the woods or meditate in the mountains. To lure him to stay home, Shiva’s wife, the goddess Parvati, decided to make him bhang, though she wouldn’t say what was in it. “It was an extremely powerful concoction, and he drinks it and because of that, is able to stay home and be with his family,” Das says.

The annual festival Shivaratri is the holiest day of the year for Shiva devotees. On this day, it’s very accepted to take some form of bhang, ganja, or charas — smoked out of a chillum, or clay pipe.

“It’s called Shiva’s prasad [offering], Shiva’s blessed gift that he gives to us,” Das says, “and when we puff it and make an offering back to him, it helps take us into the Shiva state of consciousness — a pure yogic state of consciousness, a unitive state of awareness when we’re able to transcend ego, personality and body, and experience oneness with the universe.”

For Hindus, and especially Shiva devotees, cannabis is used as a sacrament, its use always preceded by a chant or prayer, such as “Jai Shiva Shankara Hare Hare Ganja” (“Shiva the joy giver, grant us infinity from the ganja”). In the yogic philosophy, it’s key that cannabis is always used for meditative and spiritually uplifting purposes, rather than for recreation, Das says. Shiva devotees commonly use cannabis in the morning, right after their bath, and right before practicing yoga, including the postures and devotional chanting.

“Growing up, we were taught that there was a spirit in everything, in trees and plants and the food we eat,” says Yvonne DeLaRosa, who’s both Native American and Colombian. “Cannabis is a spirit in and of itself,” DeLaRosa says. “It has this goddess healing energy, that doesn’t just heal your body but also your mind and your soul.” (https://www.laweekly.com/news/how-religious-communities-in-la-use-marijuana-in-their-rituals-8091869)

If you want to continue to read the twisting of scripture and a horrible interpretation to justify in using marijuana, I suggest you go ahead and keep reading this article all the way through. You will see that they twist scripture to the point that none of it is even legit. You can obviously see by this article by La weekly that their intent for smoking marijuana is for a religious experience. Being that they make it a religious experience they are absolutely 100% communion with a evil spirit and not the Lord God of Israel through our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

In the Vedas, the sacred text of India, cannabis (bhang) is listed as one of five sacred plants, and the Hindu god Shiva is referred to as “Lord of the bhang,” meaning the Lord of cannabis.

“According to the Mahanirvana, “bhang is consumed in order to liberate oneself,” and liberation is the path to immortality. The ancient Egyptians, Persians and Greeks also used cannabis in a variety of ways, including medicinally and for spiritual upliftment. References to cannabis are even found in Islamic, Judaic and Christian texts, although an error in translation appears to have crept into the Bible along the way. The original Hebrew term “kaneh bosm,” or cannabis, is found several times in the Old Testament.” (https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2018/07/07/cannabis-a-lost-history.aspx?utm_source=dnl&utm_medium=email&utm_content=art1&utm_campaign=20180707Z1_UCM&et_cid=DM218938&et_rid=357757405) To say “kaneh bosm” is cannabis through word association, then you better say Mara Jnana is marijuana. Read the next section. I can’t be dogmatic about the word association here so be careful on the Jewish interpretation.

If you want to support the use of marijuana, medicinal or not, you need to support people like Chris Rice who supports ish psychedelics including Marijuana as to achieve this SINGULARITY that they have been waiting for so long. This video was posted on the above link from Mercolas website.

So do you need more because I can give you qoute after qoute of this communing with Shiva and other goddess type spirits when smoking weed. I’ll leave you with one more article. Smoking weed welcomes demons, it doesn’t ward them off like the article below wants you to believe. Using Marijuana is a religion unlike true Christianity.


“Know in your heart, that God accepts the smoking of sacrament as worship…. the plant represent the Body, the burning is the fire of the mind, the smoke is the spirit. the high feeling is the Yoga(union).” – Addressed to all Ajah –

(for further reading check the Sadhana section under Ganja Ritual)

Ganja (from the Sanskritword Ganjika, used in ancient India), is a spiritual act, often accompanied by scriptural study; it is a sacrament that cleans the body and mind, heals the soul, facilitates peacefulness, brings pleasure, exalts the consciousness, and brings us closer to God, or one should say realize unity further. You should burn the herb when in need of insight from Ajah. The herb is the most sacred form of the mother (matter) when it is burned it and the solid matter transforms into smoke it symbolizes how though material birth we reach spiritual liberation. Personal consumption for religious purposes is a valid reason for partaking in the smoking of ganja. It is not being abused using it in this way, and to the Ajah is not seen as intoxicating but enlivening, as it is a gift from the mother-earth given to us to nurse the spirit.

Shiva is the oldest known godhead figure in the world. Devotees of Shiva sometimes meditate by drinking a milk and cannabis mixture prepared by priests (Bhang). Sadhus and other devotees endlessly walk around India searching for the spiritual oneness with Shiva. These Sadhus also smoke ‘Charas’ and ‘ganja’ from chillums.

It is widely accepted amongst Hindus that Shiva takes Bhang. What’s disputed is the consumption of it by ordinary mortals. Most Hindus do not know their ancestors used to take cannabis whenever they saw fit. Consumption of Bhang wasn’t always reserved for the Gods and holy days. In fact, not so long ago it was considered an insult to refuse Bhang. I believe this change occurred no earlier than 1900, after the Indian Hemp Commission’s report was released in the late 1800s.

Cannabis held a preeminent place in the Tantric religion to combat the demonic threat to the world, the people sought protection in plants such as cannabis which were set afire to overcome evil forces.

Hemp was used in Ancient Japan in ceremonial purification rites and for driving away evil spirits. In Japan, Shinto priests used a gohei, a short stick with undyed hemp fibers (for purity) attached to one end. According to Shinto beliefs, evil and purity cannot exist alongside one another, and so by waving the gohei (purity) above someone’s head the evil spirit inside him would be driven away. Clothes made of hemp were especially worn during formal and religious ceremonies because of hemp’s traditional association with purity.

In south central Africa, marijuana is held to be sacred and is connected with many religious and social customs. Marijuana is regarded by some sects as a magic plant possessing universal protection against all injury to life, and is symbolic of peace and friendship. Certain tribes consider hemp use a duty. The earliest evidence for cannabis smoking in Africa outside of Egypt comes from fourteenth century Ethiopia, where two ceramic smoking-pipe bowls containing traces of excavation. In many parts of East Africa, especially near Lake Victoria (the source for the Nile), hemp smoking and hashish snuffing cults still exist.

The use of marijuana is as old as the history of man and dates to the prehistoric period. Marijuana is closely connected with the history and development of some of the oldest nations on earth.

It has played a significant role in the religions and cultures of Africa, the Middle East, India, and China Richard E. Schultes, a prominent researcher in the field of psychoactive plants, said in an article he wrote entitled “Man and Marijuana”:

“…that early man experimented with all plant materials that he could chew and could not have avoided discovering the properties of cannabis (marijuana), for in his quest for seeds and oil, he certainly ate the sticky tops of the plant. Upon eating hemp the euphoric, ecstatic and hallucinatory aspects may have introduced man to an other-worldly plane from which emerged religious beliefs, perhaps even the concept of deity.

The plant became accepted as a special gift of the gods, a sacred medium for communion with the spiritual world and as such it has remained in some cultures to the present.”

The effects of marijuana was proof to the ancients that the spirit and power of the god(s) existed in this plant and that it was literally a messenger (angel) or actually the Flesh and Blood and/or Bread of the god(s) and was and continues to be a holy sacrament. Considered to be sacred, marijuana has been used in religious worship from before recorded history.

According to William A. Embolden in his book Ritual Use of Cannabis Sativa L, p. 235:

“Shamanistic traditions of great antiquity in Asia and the Near East has as one of their most important elements the attempt to find God without a vale of tears; that cannabis played a role in this, at least in some areas, is born out in the philology surrounding the ritualistic use of the plant. Whereas Western religious traditions generally stress sin, repentance, and mortification of the flesh, certain older non-Western religious cults seem to have employed Cannabis as a euphoriant, which allowed the participant a joyous path to the Ultimate; hence such appellations as “heavenly guide”.

According to “Licit and Illicit Drugs” by the Consumer Union, page 397-398:

however it is a trap to think you need it, it is a gift that comes and goes…The Ganja is a meditation aid, but it is not meditation by its self.” (https://ajahdharma.wordpress.com/ajah/the-sacrament-ganja/)

Now please, tell me this isn’t a sin and when smoking you arent communing with devils?

Now I want you to notice the dancers at the beginning of this Shivas weed smoking followers. They represent the demons of Mara. Who is Mara? Keep reading.

Marijuana: The name

Now if you decide to search where the name comes from Your going to get all different kinds of theories. From being of Chinese origin to Spanish origin to Mexican origin. Most believe it is as recent as mid 1800’s. You can search the name yourself and see where it comes from.

Now when I was looking through Hindi research I came across a god name Mara and the word Jnana. The name Mara means bitter in Hebrew. “Gaelic word for “sea”. A Hindu goddess of destruction, death, winter, and the moon. Of Hebrew origin, and its meaning is “bitter”or “sorrow”. In Hinduism, Mara is the goddess of death and offerings would be placed at her altar and in BUDDhism she is a demon. Notice she looks like she almost has a beard and is blue and she is the “the personification of the forces antagonistic to enlightenment.” Māra is also the highest-ranking goddess in Latvian mythology, Mother Earth, a feminine counterpart to Dievs. She takes spirits after death.

Now I mentioned Jnana. In Hinduism this word means knowledge. “In the religious realm it especially designates the sort of knowledge that is a total experience of its object, particularly the supreme being or reality.” (https://www.britannica.com/topic/jnana)

Now this is just my own thought but I found it strange that both of the words in Sanskrit reminded me of marijuana. Mary Jane is a folk name for it and it just so happens to be a womans name. Did you realize that some people who smoke weed refer to her as a goddess?

In my opinion there’s definitely a spirit behind marijuana. Is that a goddess? I don’t know. But the spirit behind marijuana makes people act strange whether it’s good or bad. I am in no way saying that these two words in Sanskrit or from where marijuana comes from. I just find it strange when they were put together they obvious look like marijuana. You have a word that represents a demon and they goddess of death and destruction and another word that represents a knowledge that you get from a Divine encounter. Marajnana. That is all I’m saying. So please do not put words in my mouth and say I’m trying to make up something that’s not there. I’m not trying to do that. I’m just telling you I find it interesting that it does look like that.

And why is it called weed? Well in my thought, a weed is something that needs to be pulled and does more harm than good. Or what about pot? Ever heard the phrase that’s like the pot calling the kettle blacl? This is definetly the epitome of smoking weed.

Scriptures: Be Ye Sober,Your body is a Temple

I won’t entertain the scriptures that people twist to fit their belief in smoking weed. From the fire references to the cloud references to the creation “every herb is good” scripture. They are ridiculous and not worth even disproving them. They are easily disproved if you have discernment through Jesus Christ. I do want to say that the Genesis 1 reference is used most for their defense. They say being that God said it was good than its ok. Remember, that was before Adam ate of the tree of knowledge of God and evil and Eve was deceived. At that point everything changed. Not only that, creation fell into sin and it to awaits redemption. And if you want to take the book of Enoch into account, he mentions how the fallen genetically modified not only people and animals but also plants. I believe this is where the smoking of marijuana came into play.

Being sober minded in scripture means you are not to have your mind clouded by anything. That could be the cares of this world to something that would literally cloud your mind like a drug or alcolhol. We are not to literally intoxicate our minds with any substance. Here are a few examples of being sober in Scripture.

1 Peter 5:8 – Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour:

1 Peter 1:13 – Wherefore gird up the loins of your mind, be sober, and hope to the end for the grace that is to be brought unto you at the revelation of Jesus Christ;

Titus 2:12 – Teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we should live soberly, righteously, and godly, in this present world;

1 Peter 4:7 – But the end of all things is at hand: be ye therefore sober, and watch unto prayer.

1 Timothy 3:2 – A bishop then must be blameless, the husband of one wife, vigilant, sober, of good behaviour, given to hospitality, apt to teach;

Titus 2:2 – That the aged men be sober, grave, temperate, sound in faith, in charity, in patience.

Romans 12:2 – And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what [is] that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.

Titus 2:6 – Young men likewise exhort to be sober minded.

If your mind is “cloudy” when you are in a certain situation it could get very well affect your judgement and final decision.

Now onto your body being a Temple of God.

1 Corinthians 3:16-17 Know ye not that ye are the temple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwelleth in you? If any man defile the temple of God, him shall God destroy; for the temple of God is holy, which temple ye are.

1 Corinthians 6:18-20 Flee fornication. Every sin that a man doeth is without the body; but he that committeth fornication sinneth against his own body. What? know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own? For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God’s.

Clarke’s Commentary
Your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost] What an astonishing saying is this! As truly as the living God dwelt in the Mosaic tabernacle, and in the temple of Solomon, so truly does the Holy Ghost dwell in the souls of genuine Christians; and as the temple and all its utensils were holy, separated from all common and profane uses, and dedicated alone to the service of God, so the bodies of genuine Christians are holy, and all their members should be employed in the service of God alone.

And ye are not your own? Ye have no right over yourselves, to dispose either of your body, or any of its members, as you may think proper or lawful; you are bound to God, and to him you are accountable.

Romans 12:1-2 – I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service. And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.

Galatians 5:19-21 – Now the deeds of the flesh are evident, which are: immorality, impurity, sensuality, idolatry, sorcery (witchcraft) enmities, strife, jealousy, outbursts of anger, disputes, dissensions, factions, envying, drunkenness, carousing, and things like these, of which I forewarn you, just as I have forewarned you, that those who practice such things will not inherit the kingdom of God.

Revelation 9:20-21 – And the rest of the men which were not killed by these plagues yet repented not of the works of their hands, that they should not worship devils, and idols of gold, and silver, and brass, and stone, and of wood: which neither can see, nor hear, nor walk: Neither repented they of their murders, nor of their sorceries, nor of their fornication, nor of their thefts.

The word sorcery above is highlighted because “sorcerers” in the olden times used to use herbal and odd concoctions to induce drug highs. In fact, the word used in the Bible for “sorcery” is pharmakeia, which is where we get our modern word “pharmacy.”


Now I want to end the article like this. If you are a Christian or claim to be a Christian and you smoke weed or take it any other way in any other form, and your biggest argument and defense for doing it, is that you are in pain or have problems, then you are a cop-out as a Christian. If I took a drug or smoked weed every time I was in pain or was having some sort of issue mentally or physically, I would be high every single second of the day. The last two years for me personally has been horrible. I have come under demonic attack in the form of heart problems. Doctos still cannot diagnose what is actually wrong with me. But you see, I know what it is. I know that we are in spiritual warfare and we don’t battle against flesh and blood. The problems we have today are because of these ancient demonic spirits that not only attack me but have attacked people the same way in the last six thousand years.

I’m not going to lie to you and sit here and say that the thought of using CBD has never crossed my mind. Last year it did. But that’s as far as it got. A thought. The enemy does this to all of us. We all go through the same things so please don’t sit here and tell me you and I are different when it comes to ailments and problems. We didn’t need drugs for certain things. Tay edu of thinking to me is no different than saying abortions are ok for those women have been raped. It’s not ok. God will make a Way for the mother and her baby. Trust in Jesus.

I know through the holy spirit that this is just something that Christians should not do, and it doesn’t matter if you smoke it or it is ingested. You have the comforter here for a reason. Jesus is the Healer who heals people’s afflictions and problems. Marijuana is not your healer nor was it sent here by Jesus to replace the Holy Spirit. If you cannot understand that then you need to get back in your prayer closet and figure it out. God said every seed bearing herb was good. But did He say it was good for getting you high in the form of releaving your pain orvrelaxing you? No He didn’t. Hemp is good for clothing as is oil is good for making tires. You wanna smoke tires too?

Ever since I wrote this about marijuana on my Facebook page, I have never seen so many Christians or so-called Christians get mad at the fact the someone is disagreeing with them about marijuana. I thought marijuana was supposed to make you happy and joyful, but it looks like it brings out a little angry side in people. It almost reminds me when I have confronted older women about praying to Mary in Catholicism. You could almost put these two examples side-by-side and they almost look exactly the same. And let me tell you, those women that pray to Mary get really really really pissed off about it and say some mean and nasty things.

It’s funny because I specifically brought up the use of smoking marijuana whether it’s medicinal or not. But now everyone wants to come out and tell me to give them a reasoning for say Viagra or heart medicines or diabetic medicines or anything along those lines. I’m not here to tell you about Coumadin blood thinner or atorvastatin or metoprolol or any other psychoactive drug like Valium or Oxycontin or Xanax. I’m specifically talking about how smoking marijuana effects your spiritual life. And if you don’t understand that still then please read the article again. If you don’t want to believe anything I have say that is your free will and you’re right but don’t say God tells me this or God tells me that because you need to be justified by what you believe.

To try to discount me because we may disagree is petty and dishonest. Everything I write is based off of factual evidence and truth and when it want, I will immediately take it down and correct it. My past articles stand for themselves. Disagreeing with me doesnt make me wrong. If you don’t like what I write then please do us both a favor and move on. Don’t lose sleep because of me.

If you want to get into a bare-knuckle brawl about everything, and how everything is bad then there’s definitely an argument. You can argue that the air we breathe, the water we drink, the food we eat, is killing our bodies. But we have no choice in the matter with these things. And all these things, we aren’t doing out of our own free will or by our own admission. They are forced on us without knowing what is being done to us. By smoking weed you are predetermined on what is going to happen. It is premeditated like a planned murder. So your argument that other drugs or the things that invade our life in general are just as bad is horrible argument. Things we can’t control do influence our mind and cloud it up, but we are not the root cause of it all. Smoking weed is based on your own behalf and freewill to do so. No one has a gun to your head now do they.

If you have made it this far then you have heard my side of it. Pray about it, read scriptures and ask the Holy Spirit what He has to say about all of this. Do you really think He wants you to smoke Him out of your life? In just telling you what I think about this whole mess and I believe everytime you smoke weed you are letting a spiritual entity into your mind. Do you think its called a gateway drug for nothing? It is a gateway to your mind for something that you don’t want any part of.

James 1: 12-16 Blessed is the man that endureth temptation: for when he is tried, he shall receive the crown of life, which the Lord hath promised to them that love him. Let no man say when he is tempted, I am tempted of God: for God cannot be tempted with evil, neither tempteth he any man: But every man is tempted, when he is drawn away of his own lust, and enticed. Then when lust hath conceived, it bringeth forth sin: and sin, when it is finished, bringeth forth death. Do not err, my beloved brethren.

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