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Cannabis use in the Scriptures!


Cannabis use in the Scriptures


Holy Smoke!


This is absolutely incredible.  The articles below show that, in fact, the word in the Bible called Kaneh Bosm which is usually translated as Calamus is, in fact, Cannibis and, phonetically, there is no doubt for as one person noted, the M at the end of the word is the plural and would be dropped in the English and you would pronounce the very word as Canibos - Last Dance with Mary Jane, hey!

It occurs in several, very revealing, verses in the Bible in regards to the particular subject of my Theosis.  It is used to make the Holy Anointing Oil and it was used, symbolically, in the Holy Menorah itself!  He actually requested some of it to be brought to him as an Offering to his Temple which he then measured using one of these plants stalks for a Measuring Stick.

All those uses are geared to the Religious Experience of Knowing God in His Temple using the Sacrifices and Cannibis.

And, further, get this.  The Instructions for making the Holy Oil would have been similar to making the Cannibis Butter where the fat from the butter would absord the THC from the Marijuana, but leaves the bad incrediants behind - one of the benefits of ingesting instead of smoking.  Then, however, just using this Oil would, probably, give someone (like a King or Prince that is anointed with it) a contact high, but I think we can make a logical deduction about another use of this Oil and that is to make the Holy Incense as well.

To make the incense, you need to add some type of ingrediant that is gummy and, in fact, the Ancient Egyptians (the skilled Apothecary of the passage on the incense) would add Arabian Gum to the pot to make some of their incense however, they did not always use this and, for the incense without this incrediant guess what they would add?

The previously mentioned Psychedelic Lotus Oil!

Now, in the process of making the Holy Incense, they were not allowed to add the Arabic Gum - its not on the incrediant list and neither is the Lotus Oil - so, what are they gonna add to it to make it gummy.

Yeah, they're gonna add the Holy Anointing Oil loaded with THC to the Incense and then, when it is burned the Priest - and possibly the People depending upon how much was used and where - would get probably a little bit more then just a contact high and then they would be in the perfect state of mind for a meeting with the Creator and Redeemer and Friend.

This is actually implied by the context itself for the word used for Confection concerning the Incense is also used one other time in the Bible, in this very passage, when referring to the Holy Oil and is translated as Ointment by the KJV.  The actual word is RoQach and it is very similar to ReQach which is used only one time in the Bible in Songs 8 of the Spiced Wine.

Though this is not conclusive, it certainly is extremely feasible and may require a slight bit more study.


Is 43 Thou hast bought me no Caneh Bosm with money, neither hast thou filled me with the fat of thy sacrifices: but thou hast made me to serve with thy sins, thou hast wearied me with thine iniquities.

Is 42 Behold my servant, whom I uphold; mine elect, in whom my soul delighteth.  I have put my spirit upon him: he shall bring forth judgment to the Gentiles. He shall not cry, nor lift up, nor cause his voice to be heard in the street.   A bruised Caneh Bosm shall he not break and the smoking flax shall he not quench: he shall bring forth judgment unto truth.

Ex 25 And thou shalt make a Menorah of pure gold of beaten work shall the candlestick be made : his shaft and his Caneh Bosm, his bowls, his knops, and his flowers, shall be of the same.

Ez 40 He brought me thither and, behold, there was a man, whose appearance was like the appearance of brass, with a line of flax in his hand, and a measuring Caneh Bosm and he stood in the gate.

How to Assemble an Egyptian Incense Kit :

There is good indication that the Kaneh Bosm mentioned in Exodus 30:22-25 is Cannabis and not camalus as in most translations since early times.  Camalus is Acorus camalus or Sweet Flag, a marsh plant of little value.


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