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Once again, Cannabis is the superior medicine in treating your #Melanoma

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FILL IN THE BLANK: "There are a few things in life that is as good as #Cannabis and ______"
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#TheEmperorWearsNoClothes by Jack Herer
#Chapter10 (continued)

Regarding the ZOROASTRIANS or Magi (Persia, circa 8th to 7th Centuries B.C. to 3rd to 4th Centuries A.D.), it is widely believed by many Christian scholars, commentators, etc., that the three “Magi” or Wise Men who attended the birth of Christ were cult references to the Zoroastrians. The Zoroastrian religion was based (at least on the surface) on the entire cannabis plant, the chief religious sacrament of its priest class, and its most important medicine, (e.g., obstetrics, incense rites, anointing and christening oils), as well as lighting or fire oils in their secular world. The word “magic” is generally considered derived from the Zoroastrians “Magi.”

The ESSENES (ancient Israeli sect of extreme Hebrewites, approx. 200 B.C. to 73 A.D.) used hemp medicinally, as did the:

THERAPUTEA (Egypt), from whom we get the term “therapeutic.” Both are believed by some scholars to be disciples of, or in a brotherhood with, the priests/magicians of the Zoroastrians.

EARLY JEWS As part of their holy Friday night services in the Temple of Solomon, 60-80,000 men ritually passed around and inhaled 20,000 incense burners filled with kanabosom (cannabis), before returning home for the largest meal of the week (munchies?).
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There is no debate when it comes to the healing properties of cannabis...it's a scientific fact that it heals!
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#TheEmperorWearsNoClothes by Jack Herer
#Chapter10 (continued)

The Mystic Philosophers



Cannabis legend and consumption are fundamental aspects of many of the world’s great religions. For example:

SHINTOISM (Japan) – Cannabis was used for the binding together of married couples, to drive away evil spirits, and was thought to create laughter and happiness in marriage.

HINDUISM (India) – The God Shiva is said “to have brought cannabis from the Himalayas for human enjoyment and enlightenment.” The Sadhu Priests travel throughout India and the world sharing “chillum” pipes filled with cannabis, sometimes blended with other substances. In the Bhagavad-Gita, Krishna states, “I am the healing herb” (Ch.9:16), while the Bhagarat-Purana Fifth Canto describes hashish in explicitly sexual terms.

BUDDHISM (Tibet, India and China) – from the 5th century B.C. on ritually used cannabis; initiation rites and mystical experiences were (are ) common in many Chinese Buddhist Sects. Some Tibetan Buddhists and lamas (priests) consider cannabis their most holy plant. Many Buddhist traditions, writings, and beliefs indicate that “Siddhartha” (the Buddha) himself, used and ate nothing but hemp and its seeds for six years prior to announcing (discovering) his truths and becoming the Buddha (Four Noble Truths, the Eightfold Path).
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#TheEmperorWearsNoClothes by Jack Herer
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SUFIS OF ISLAM (Middle East) – Moslem “mystical” priests who have taught, used and extolled cannabis for divine revelation, insight and oneness with Allah, for at least the last 1,000 years. Many Moslem and world scholars believe the mysticism of the Sufi Priests was actually that of the Zoroastrians who survived Moslem conquests of the 7th and 8th Centuries A.D. and subsequent conversion (change your religion and give up liquor or be beheaded).

COPTIC CHRISTIAN (Egypt/Ethiopia) – Some sects believe the sacred ”green herb of the field” in the Bible (“I will raise up for them a plant of renown, and they shall be no more consumed with hunger in the land, neither bear the shame of the heathen any more” Ezekiel 34:29) and the Biblical secret incenses, sweet incenses and anointing oils to be cannabis.

The BANTUS (Africa) – had secret Dagga Cults,* societies which restricted cannabis use to the ruling men. The Pygmies, Zulus and Hottentots all found it an indispensable medication for cramps, epilepsy and gout, and as a religious sacrament.

*These “Dagga” cults believed Holy Cannabis was brought to Earth by the Gods, in particular from the “Two Dog Star” system that we call Sirius A and B. “Dagga” literally means “cannabis.” Interestingly, the surviving Indo-European word for the plant can also be read as “canna,” “reed” and “bi,” “two,” as well as “canna,” as in canine; and “bis,” meaning two (bi) “Two Dogs.”

The RASTAFARIANS (Jamaica and elsewhere) are a contemporary religious sect that uses “ganja” as its sacred sacrament to communicate with God (Jah).
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Whether you believe in cannabis reform or not, the idea of making 'cannabis consumption' a criminal activity defies logic. In fact, one could argue that to make any form of drug consumption a criminal activity is wrong and highly counter productive.

To make consumption against the law is to say that 'you don't have a right over your own body or mind'. It's to say that the government is the ultimate authority over your own consciousness and does nothing to make the public safer.

A crime requires a victim and personal consumption affects no one else accept for the person consuming the substance. Apart from draining police resources and costing the tax payer an arm and leg to sustain this policy, it has absolutely no effect on the drug trade and consumption rates whatsoever.

Even more disturbing is that someone might get busted for pot, sentenced to prison and come out with a stronger addiction as prohibition cannot even keep drugs out of maximum security prisons.

How can anyone believe that this policy is actually doing any good? The only ones who benefit from prohibition are companies/organizations that depend on this system to make money. These are pharmaceutical companies, prisons, drug enforcement agencies, politicians, banks and of course criminal cartels who love to make money without contributing to society.

It's time we face the facts, prohibition has failed in every 'goal' it intended to complete. Drugs are more available today than it was 40 years ago, millions have been jailed and thousands have died where medical marijuana could have saved their lives.

It's time we have a serious talk about global drug policies and make effective changes to usher in a greater sense of social coexistence.

#CannaTalkAboutIt
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Find out how effective #Cannabis is in treating #Arthritis by clicking this link --> http://ow.ly/LlHFq
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I agree ,it sure helps me
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Cannabis is medicine, it is recreation and it is industry. It is the most useful plant in the world and has been illegal for nearly 80 years. The government has locked up millions, wasted billions if not trillions on the War on Drugs and created a system where your own consumption habits is a criminal activity.

We are supposed to be moving towards greater freedoms yet we see the opposite happen with cannabis prohibition.

Why not allow adults to choose what they put in their bodies? We allow them to stuff their faces with fast food without batting an eye even though the number one cause of death in the US is Heart Disease and the leading cause of heart disease is a toxic diet of fast food.

There are "dangerous" substances all over yet it should not be the responsibility of the government to 'protect' us from these substances. Rather we should educate people on how to use them properly.

Prohibition has failed on ever level, to sustain this policy is to sustain ignorance, violence and oppression. It's time to embrace a new policy...it's time to bring back the most beneficial plant known to humanity back in the service of mankind. It's time to #Legalize #Cannabis! #CannaTalkAboutIt
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#CannaQ: How would the world be different if Cannabis was never prohibited in the first place?
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We'd have more forrest to start with & I'm sure our government would be quite different now too, & it seems to me there'd be more love in the world ✌
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Cannabis is a medicine...it should be made available for all without the fear of criminal punishment. It's time we change these antiquated laws!
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thank you Sanjay.
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