The Resurrection of a HIDDEN Evil Commencing!

The Resurrection of a HIDDEN Evil Commencing!

Earth Life Liberation Outlet

The Resurrection of a HIDDEN Evil Commencing!

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Technocracy Rising’s Patrick Wood Delivers Big News!

 Written by Dustin Bond

As sure as the day is long, the sun shines and spring water is wet, hidden evils exist and will persist to slightly paraphrase late president Eisenhower. As all of it was hidden, as their ENTIRE FORMULA requires un noticed and/or unstoppable stealth incremental advancement, they can best succeed when their actions AND themselves are not studied, focused upon payed attention to etc. Much has been constructed against the benefits of the average common man, woman and all forms of life up to and including the planet itself.  There has been resistance all around the movements, steps taken and secret endeavors of the evils that work against Life itself and as such many walks of life are more and more consistently finding themselves banding together into MASSIVE X-WING FIGHTERS that we the…

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Cannabis or calamus? What’s really in the bible?

Cannabis or calamus? What’s really in the bible?

Cannabis or calamus? What’s really in the bible?

 

Written by Pat and Lynn Kempen

How many times have you been told that the use or consumption of the cannabis plant is a sin or of the Devil? The next time someone says it’s the Devils weed, correct them, for they know not what they say.

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With the Hebrew words for “calamus” and “cannabis” so similar, and the fact that calamus is of lesser value and also toxic, we must question the validity of the term “calamus” in English versions of Scripture. 

The word calamus is found in the KJV three times:
bibleExodus 30:23 God telling Moses the formula for the anointing oil (250 shekels worth.)
KJV-sweet calamus
NKJV-sweet-smelling cane
ESV-aromatic cane
NASB-fragrant cane
Song of Solomon 4:14, speaking of it in a refreshing garden
Ezekiel 27:19 speaking of cane as merchandise.

The KJV translates the Hebrew word “qaneh” (pronounced kaw-naw’) into “calamus.”  Per Strong’s Concordance, “qaneh” means “a reed (as erect); by resemblance a rod (especially for measuring) shaft, tube, stem, (the radius of the arm) beam (of a steelyard): – balance, bone, branch, calamus, cane, reed, spearman, stalk.”

The Hebrew word for “calamus” is “kanah bosm,” which is plural.  The singular for this is “kaneh bos,” which sounds remarkably close the modern word “cannabis.”

According to Webster’s New Hebrew dictionary, the current Hebrew word for cannabis is “kanabos.”
Thus, contentions that the KJV possibly interpreted the Hebrew word incorrectly as “calamus” warrant consideration.

Exodus 30If Exodus 30:23 is referring to a monetary value of calamus or cannabis, the “250 shekels” is approximately $125.00 worth (which is 2.5 cents/gerah X 20 gerahs/shekel X 250 shekels in Ex30:23) which is a considerable amount.
* Per the ATS Bible Dictionary (and others), a shekel is a term for either weight or currency (a coin.)  A shekel is worth 20 gerahs.  A gerah is the smallest weight or coin among the Jews, and worth about two and a half cents.

If the 250 shekels is referring to weight, instead of coinage, it is a considerable amount of whatever it is the KJV is referring to as “calamus.”

While cannabis is non-toxic (not a single death has ever been directly attributed to it, despite much effort being given to document such a fatality), calamus is most definitely a toxin. The FDA banned calamus from uses in food and medicines in 1968 as calamus contains more than 75% asarone.  Asarone is a poison which has been shown to cause cancer, and has ill effects on heart, liver and kidney functions.  This toxin in calamus is used for pest control.  Why would God specify a large quantity of a poison be used in holy anointing oil?

In 1936, Sula Benet, a Polish etymologist from the Institute of Anthropological Sciences in Warsaw revealed solid evidence of the Hebrew use of cannabis.  The word “cannabis had previously been thought to be of Scythian origin as Scythians first brought the plant to Europe, but Benet showed it has much earlier origin in Semitic languages like Hebrew. Sula Benet “In the original Hebrew text of the Old Testament there are references to hemp, both as incense, which was an integral part of religious celebration, and as an intoxicant.”  Benet demonstrated that the word for cannabis is “kaneh-bosm”, and in traditional Hebrew “kaneh” or “kannabus.”  The root “kan” here means “reed” or “hemp”, while “bosm” means “aromatic.”  This word appears five times in the Old Testament (Exodus, Song of Solomon, Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel) and has been mistranslated as “calamus”, a common marsh plant with little monetary value that does not have the qualities or value ascribed to “kaneh-bosm.”  The error occurred in the oldest Greek translation of the Hebrew bible, the Septuagint in the 3rd century BC, and was repeated in translations that followed.

It is illogical to assume that a plant as important as cannabis, which is such an incredibly useful source of fiber for textiles, loaded with nutritive oils and medicinal properties while also being non-toxic and ridiculously easy to grow, would have gone unnoticed and would have been ignored by the Judaic religion.

With as many benefits (medicinal and utilitarian) that cannabis has to offer humanity, I contend humanity needs to expedite the end of prohibition of this non-toxic plant, and have it removed from the governments drug scheduling listing. There is no valid reason to have our brothers and sisters jailed for consuming this “NON-TOXIC” plant. There is no need to have lives ruined for trying to be healthy.

Bible-believers, specifically, need to thoroughly examine this issue in light of the etymology (the origin of a word and the historical development of its meaning), and the likelihood of mis-translation of “qenah” in the King James Version. WHAT IF God intended cannabis (as opposed to calamus) to be part of the anointing oil?

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What do you truly know about this plant?

It’s time we talk about this. 

For more information or to get involved, please contact us at hempenkempens@gmail.com or join us on facebook atMissouri Christians and Cannabis or Hempeneers United.

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Duped by Idiocracy: Christians, Cannabis, and Trusting the Government to Define Morality

Duped by Idiocracy: Christians, Cannabis, and Trusting the Government to Define Morality

Written by Ruth,
I’ve recently introduced my husband to a frightening documentary which told of a society in which a giant corporation had purchased multiple government agencies and thus was able to convince the people to subsist solely on this corporation’s manufactured product.  Believing that water was fit only for their toilets, the citizens of future America poisoned themselves and everything else by replacing water with Brawndo, “The Thirst Mutilator.”  Fortunately, a man who had been placed – and abandoned – in suspended animation five-hundred years prior suddenly awoke and managed to convince the citizens to water their crops with…well, water…and the people were saved from starvation.

I am, of course, referring to the 2006 film Idiocracy.  While watching it, one can’t help but chuckle and wonder what kind of IDIOTS would ever believe that they should replace all-natural water with a sports drink that happens to own the FDA, the FCC, and the USDA.  And yet here we are in a country in which the National Guard and State Police raid little old grannies with a helicopter in order to seize her single medicinal plant.  A country in which Americans don’t think twice before washing down their prescription pills with a Miller Light, or five, but haul out the pitchforks over their pot-smoking neighbors.  It’s a country in which doctors routinely over-prescribe opioids and set their patients on the path to heroin addiction. A country in which our police systematically hunt and destroy plants which not too long ago were valued for their many industrial and medicinal uses.  A country with an astronomical incarceration rate because it sentences men and women to prison for nonviolent, victimless crimes.

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It’s not difficult to imagine the idiots of future America making the argument: “I believe what the government is saying about water.  I’ve seen the dangers of water firsthand and I’ve heard horror stories involving water.  Not only do scores of people drown in water, but I’ve even heard of people who have died from drinking too much water.  If water is too hot, it can scald you or boil the flesh off your bones.  If it’s too cold, you could get hypothermia and freeze to death.  Also, a lot of water is teeming with toxic chemicals and dangerous microbes.  It is better not to take the risk.  Also, a lot of people have abused water – they use WAY more than they actually need.  Some people even use it just for fun and invent new ways of using it, like scuba diving and water skiing, frittering away their time and their money on this liquid death.”

“But, Ruth, people need water to survive.  Our bodies are made of mostly water.  We will actually die if we do not have water.  Your analogy is stupid.”

To that I would respond: we all actually also need cannabinoids, and for some people an external source of cannabinoids is the difference between life and death.  They can shrink tumors and fight cancer; they can effectively treat epilepsy and alzheimers.  For many others, cannabinoids are the difference between thriving and merely existing.  They ease chronic pain, they stimulate the appetite and help the ill to consume the energy they require to fight their illness, and they ameliorate anxiety and depression.  What is stupid is to be afraid of a substance and ignore its beneficial uses because some people have abused it, or because the idea of smoking a medication seems wrong to you, or because it has intoxicating effects.

“But It’s a Sin to Become Intoxicated”

It is a sin to become “intoxicated” for the sole purpose of being “intoxicated,” unless by “intoxication” we mean pain relief or an elevation of mood for the depressive or an easing of anxiety for the anxious.  For some, such as those suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, that “intoxication” is therapeutic, and it isn’t any more sinful to be “intoxicated” in this way than it is to be “intoxicated” from taking prescription antidepressants or anxiolytics.  For others, that “intoxication” is a side effect of their medicine, and it isn’t any more sinful than being “intoxicated” from taking prescription opioids as directed.  As the pill bottles warn, “Do not drive, operate heavy machinery, or do other dangerous activities until you know how this medication affects you.”  The same principle applies to cannabis.

As with any drug, there are pros and cons to using cannabis which must be weighed by each individual.  As we do with many other medications our doctors prescribe, we have to first try a drug to see how it affects us – whether or not we feel it is beneficial in treating the ailment it was prescribed to treat, and whether those benefits outweigh any negative side effects.

And in a market saturated with medications offering such potential side effects as hallucinations, “overpowering urges,” an inability to control bowel movements, benign or malignant liver tumors, fatal bleeding, dizziness, lightheadedness, coma, nausea or vomiting, seizures, severe pain, paralysis, massive weight gain, stroke, depression, suicidal thoughts and actions, and death, just to name a few, cannabis emerges as a natural and viable alternative.  It also happens to be far less addictive than prescription opioids and has a much higher safety profile than even Tylenol.

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Yet many well-meaning Christians insist on applying a unique set of standards to cannabis which define any use as “abuse” and which define experiencing the effects of cannabis, no matter how mildly or medicinally, as “intoxication.”  This is based on a belief that any use of this particular plant is disordered, wrong, or “sinful” in and of itself.  But then perhaps drinking coffee is sinful because we want to feel the effects of caffeine, just as it is sinful to drink a glass of wine to feel its relaxing effects, as Mormons believe.  Perhaps taking ibuprofen to feel its pain relieving effects is sinful, as is taking Benadryl or NyQuil as a sleep aid.

On the contrary, I don’t believe it is inherently sinful to responsibly use a substance in order to feel relaxed or alert or to lessen physical pain.  If that is really what we believe, then we’ve falen into gnosticism.

Some early and medieval Christian ascetics, in fact, believed it was sinful to seek pleasure or comfort from food or drink, and so they starved themselves or ate unappetizing food, and only what was enough to sustain them.  Some also wore hairshirts in order to cause themselves constant discomfort.  And of course, they abstained from marriage and therefore any sexual contact.  Do you believe it is wrong to guzzle your water or eat beyond what you actually need, to enjoy a steak or ice cream, or to wear comfortable clothes and a good pair of running shoes?  If not, then stop pretending to be the ascetic you’re not.  Admit that you believe God created some things for our enjoyment and some things to improve our lives.

Just as we do, or ought to do, with everything else, it makes more sense to work to discover the properly ordered use of cannabis than to condemn it altogether.  And I honestly do not believe that I am arguing for Christians to figure out how to properly-order something that is inherently disordered, such as homosexual sex or transgenderism, greed or wrath, envy or vanity, gluttony, lust, pride, or idolatry.  I’m not talking about squaring a circle or inventing my own morality and my own god.

In my most recent post, I argued that in general, cannabis use isn’t “bad” or “sinful” in and of itself, and that a Christian may use cannabis with a clean conscience.  Drawing from several biblical passages and, I hope, staying true to their intent, I argued that cannabis is essentially “good,” as it is part of God’s creation.  It seems obvious to me that, like all other plants and animals, God placed cannabis under the dominion of mankind, to use according to our discretion.

Because cannabis isn’t poisonous and is extremely safe to use – rather, it possesses the ability to confer a multitude of benefits upon the user – precisely because it works in conjunction with the mammalian endogenous cannabinoid system, we can infer that God intended cannabis for human (and even animal) consumption.

At the same time, however, I pointed out that cannabis use for the Christian can be sinful if it is offensive to other believers and causes them to sin, or if it gets in the way of attracting converts to Christ (1 Cor 10:23-33).  It is also sinful to use cannabis if the user is acting against his own conscience in using it: if he believes it is a sin to use it and uses it anyway, then he sins in his heart (Rom 14:14-23).

Cannabis and the Law of the State

Given the above understanding of scripture, must we conclude that in a state where cannabis is still illegal, a Christian should probably not be using cannabis – not because the law in particular is good, but because it is sinful to risk the scandal of being arrested for possession?  I would not go so far as to say that the law ought to be obeyed because it was instituted by authorities which have been appointed by God (Rom 13:1-7).  As Dr. Norman Horn of the Libertarian Christian Institute has written in his article “New Testament Theology of the State,”

Submission to civil government, then, is always qualified. The command is …

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The Mandela Effect, Or Quantum Effect: Do you see it?

The Mandela Effect, Or Quantum Effect: Do you see it?

The Mandela Effect, Or Quantum Effect: What do you see?

If you haven’t yet heard about the Mandela Effect, get ready to learn about it. It is very interesting and very, very “woo woo”. I seriously did not want to say anything about it because it is, far and away, the biggest, strangest, scariest and weirdest thing I have ever come across. But as you can tell, I decided I just had to say something about it anyway. By the time you get to the end of this, you will understand the reticence, because if people do NOT get this, they think that you are….well, crazy.

First, to define it. The term Mandela Effect was coined by a lady named Fiona Broome.  Evidently, thousands of people recall Nelson Mandela dying in prison, and recall watching the funeral on television and details that don’t bear out via internet searches. Mandela evidently died in 2013, not in the late 1980’s or early 1990’s as many people recall. More people recall other things than the earlier demise of Mandela, so it is a bit of a misnomer, bit it has been named “Mandela Effect” because of so many people having that memory of Mandela’s death. I’ll run through a short list of things, and you can see what your memory tells you about this “effect”. It runs across the full spectrum of media, product names, marketing and even scripture….Scripture is why I have involved myself in looking into this so intently.

So, here is the “Mandela Effect” intro…(drum roll, please!)

What is the most common adult diaper on the market? “Depends” is what everyone calls it, and what a lot of people remember, but…(you might need one by the time I am done, ahem)…It is now, and always has been, “Depend”. No “s”.

How about Bragg’s vinegar? That is seriously good vinegar, and highly recommended by many for all of the great things that good cider vinegar does for a body. Now it is….and always has been, “Bragg”. Again, no “s”.

Do you remember “Looney Toons”? Well, they still have “Tiny Toons”, but “Looney Toons” is now, and always has been, “Looney Tunes”.

Do you remember Redi Whip? The aerosolized whip cream in the refrigerator section? It is now, and always has been…”Reddi Wip”.

How about “Fruit Loops”? Evidently, now, when it came out in the late 1950’s, it was, and always has been, “Froot Loops”.

I definitely see the humor in “Looney Toons” and “Fruit Loops” both being on this list!

In the original Disney movie Snow White, what did the evil queen say when she spoke to the mirror?……….

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(long pause for effect…Pun intended….)

“Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?”

That’s what I recall. But now, it is, and always has been….”Magic mirror on the wall…”

Mind you, this is on old VHS tapes, and on our old DVD here. It changed on our shelf, and even our youngest noted it. Honestly, it made her mad.

How about “The Empire Strikes Back”? If you remember the fight scene between Luke and Darth Vader, where Vader chops off Luke’s hand, what did Vader say to Luke about Luke’s father?

Was it, “Luke, I am your father”?

Or, was it, “No, I am your father”?

Lots of people remember, “Luke, I am your father”—

but now…it is and always has been, “No, I am your father”.

Evidently, James Earl Jones didn’t forget the line he originally said. Glitch in the matrix?

There are literally hundreds of these examples. I don’t see, or agree with all of them, but here is a list someone began so that people would have an easy way to check things.

Then, for those of you who are believers, what kind of animal lays down with the lamb?

If you answered “lion”, we remember the same thing. I even have it marked in both places in Isaiah (11:6 and 65:25) in my very worn out KJV 1611 from the 1990’s.

But now, it says, “the wolf shall also dwell with the lamb….” And it “always” has said the wolf shall dwell with the lamb. But it didn’t. And according to one person who was working on a play, it changed about 9 months ago in Isaiah 11:6. According to a good friend, her scriptures said “lion” in Isaiah 65:25 on May 26th, and then on May 28th, it had changed to the wolf.

These are hard copies of printed bibles that are on our shelves. Not new ones that have been edited in a publisher’s office and then printed. This is changing on the shelf.

Also, a very famous verse that both believers and non-believers have memorized is different. In Matthew 7:1, it always used to say “Judge not, lest ye be judged”.  Now it says, “Judge not that ye be not judged”.

There are a lot of things out there that people are saying is the “Mandela Effect” that is really just a memory issue. But there are many, many, other things that are solidly changed… and changing scripture is a huge, huge issue. And there are a lot of changes in scripture and most of them are in the King James Version.

We have six different versions of KJV here, and my Nelson Study Bible has the most changes along with my KJV 1611. The Scofield KJV Reference Bible still says  in Matthew 9:17 “Neither do men put new wine into old wineskins, else the wineskins break, and the wine runneth out, and the wineskins perish; but they put new wine into new wineskins, and both are preserved.” But the other KJV versions here now say “bottles” instead of wineskins. And “bottles” makes zero sense. Old bottles do NOT break when you put new wine into them. A cork might blow, but the bottles don’t break unless you drop them.

This is a video from a guy that I think really has this issue figured out. This is about the division between those who see this, and those who don’t. It’s about half an hour in length and may help you get this a little better:

 

Here is the latest video from photohelix. This explains the quantum aspect of this a little more. It is a bit lengthy, over an hour, but it gives insight that appears to be very important into this issue.

 

Let me know your thoughts on this. I’m very curious to know what people think.

Original article here: https://truthfarmer.com/2016/06/12/the-mandela-effect-or-quantum-effect-what-do-you-see/

Cannabis – God’s Gift to Humanity

Cannabis – God’s Gift to Humanity

Cannabis – God’s Gift to Humanity

Cannabis is not evil. Cannabis is a miraculous, non-toxic plant that many Christians have been mislead to fear and even hate.

The love of money is the root of all evil (1 Timothy 6:10).
It is that “love of money” that originally lead to cannabis prohibition; that “love of money” is the reason prohibition remains.

Cannabis vs big pharmaBig-pharma, big-oil, big-agriculture and big-money are the biggest reason cannabis is banned and demonized in our society. The church needs to wake up, and take a stand on this.

People, young and old, needlessly live in pain, and/or die, as a result of the senseless prohibition of this non-toxic plant that has miraculous healthful and medicinal properties.  Cannabis has proven to cure a plethora of physical (and psychological) maladies.

cchealProverbs 3:27 – Withhold not good from them to whom it is due, when it is in the power of thine hand to do [it]. As a result of cannabis prohibition, toxic pharmaceuticals with terrible side-effects, are overly-prescribed.  The Greek word “pharmakeia” (#5332 in Strong’s Concordance) is translated into English as “sorcery.”  “Pharmaceutic” comes from the word “pharmakeuin,” meaning to practice witchcraft, or use medicine (made by pharmaceutical formula.)
“For by thy sorceries (pharmaceia) were all nations deceived (Rev. 18:23)

Unlike most pharmaceuticals (and over-the counter medicines), cannabis is non-toxic. Cannabis delivers health benefits, and nutrition, without toxins.

Prohibition of cannabis is a relatively recent phenomenon in historical perspective. There is record of this nation’s founding fathers cultivating and utilizing both hemp (low THC-content cannabis) and higher THC content cannabis.  Drafts for this nation’s Constitution were written on hemp, the common paper of the day.

In the 1910’s, the prohibitionist movement came into full swing.  In 1911, Massachusetts was the first state to prohibit cannabis. Cannabis, however, was still an active ingredient in many medications well into the 1930’s.  In 1936 the Federal Bureau of Narcotics urged federal control over cannabis,  as aspirin, morphine, and then other opiod drugs, all helped to replace cannabis in the treatment of pain and other medical conditions in this country.  In 1936 the propaganda film Refer Madness was released (originally titled “Tell Your Children”) was released to instill irrational fear of cannabis, and scare the living bejeezes out of every parent. Cannabis was removed from US Pharmacopeia in 1942.

In 1961, the United Nations Convention on Narcotic Drugs established the following rule: “The use of cannabis for other than medical and scientific purposes must be discontinued as soon as possible but in any case within twenty-five years…”

It was in 1970 that the Controlled Substances Act was passed by US Congress, listing “marijuana” as a Schedule 1 Controlled Substance (which means it is said to have absolutely no medical applications, and a high propensity of abuse.)  Thus it has been federally criminalized a mere 45 years.  It is time we re-examine this prohibition.

ccoilHemp, a highly renewable resource, could save our forests, while fueling our world. Clothing, paper, fuel, plastic-like products, building materials, all can be made from hemp.  God placed man as a steward over this earth (Genesis 2:15); man’s directive was not to waste, pillage and destroy it.  With all the talk about fossil fuels causing pollution and damage to our planet, hemp would largely halt the pollution that over-reliance on fossil fuels has caused.  Big oil wouldn’t like that.

Freeing the cannabis plant (fully legalizing it) would utterly revolutionize our economy, and heal many ailments effectively and economically.  “Lovers of money” hate like that idea; but they also realize legalization is inevitable, at least to some extent.  The scientific evidence of medicinal uses of cannabis are now overwhelming; it truly is a miraculous plant.  That is why the lovers of money” are jockeying for position to profit from restricting its legalization, and limiting who can reap the benefits.

The question now is “HOW will it be legalized?”  Will “we the people” be given free access to this non-toxic, highly utilitarian weed? or, as in Colorado and Washington State,will the corporate profiteers be able keep their thumb over it?  Full, unrestricted, legalization of cannabis would put self-sufficiency of food, fuel, and medicine freely into the hands of average Joe, instead of money into the hands of the greedy.

We Christians should not continue to allow “lovers of money” to dictate how this God- given miraculous plant is utilized.   The US federal government holds the patent #6630507 for “cannabinoids as antioxidants and neuroprotectants” citing specific medicinal applications.   At the same time, the federal government continues to arrest millions of citizens for possession of this miraculous, non-toxic, medicinal, plant that is a Class 1 Controlled substance (said to have zero medicl applications.)  Something is seriously wrong here, and we Christians need to examine it in light of Scripture.

Federal government patent #6630507 on cannabis is a slap in the face to “we the people,” as our friends and family DIE of cancer and carcinogens.  Big-pharma creates customers, not cures (that love of money, again.)  Chemotherapy (chemical toxins) and radiation therapy (radioactive toxins) are considered “medicinal” treatment………..Chemo and radiation KILL.  Chemo and radiation kill not only cancer, they kill healthy tissue, and they have been known to kill people!  If any treatment or substance should be prohibited, THOSE “medicinal practices” should be!

image001There is nary a cancer that exists that cannabis has not been proven to cure(numerous examples have been documented.)  Yet people are being thrown into prison for attempting to treat themselves, due to public policy, established for/by “lovers of money.” We as a people have either not educated ourselves about this, or simply haven’t bothered to care to overturn these unjust laws.

The US government continues to categorize cannabis a Schedule 1 Controlled Substance (the most strictly controlled substances, that are said to have ZERO recognized medicinal benefits,) as it holds the patent on cannaboids for medicinal purposes.  THAT is utterly OUTRAGEOUS!  The church needs to take notice, and take a Scriptural stance on this!  WHY is the church allowing prohibition of this God-given food and medicine?

DO NOT be fooled by proposals that uses the term “Marijuana” in their title. Any measure with “marijuana” in its title is a quasi-legalization proposal, intended to make a few people very wealthy, at the expense of “we the people.”  This plant should be ubiquitous.  It is more nutritious than flax seed.  It is safer than carrots (you can overdose on vitamin A, which is fat soluble), safer than nutmeg (you can hallucinate from a mere 2 Tablespoons, and die), safer than sugar (which feeds cancer, messes up glucose levels, and can kill you.) God created cannabis, with its numerous miraculous unique utilitarian and healing qualities, for humanity.  It is a weed that is intended to be ubiquitous.

Gen 1 12“And God said, Let the earth bring forth grass, the herb yielding seed, and the fruit tree yielding fruit after his kind, whose seed is in itself, upon the earth: and it was so. And the earth brought forth grass, and herb yielding seed after his kind, and the tree yielding fruit, whose seed was in itself, after his kind: and God saw that it was good.” Genesis 1:11-12

Alcohol is an intoxicant (root word being “toxin”.)  In contrast, cannabis is non-toxic. The effects of cannabis are not “intoxicating” by definition.  A side-effect of THC in cannabis is a “euphoric” feeling; some people enjoy that side-effect, others do not. But, unlike alcohol and most pharmaceuticals, cannabis in and of itself, is not lethal, a HUGE factor our society and governing bodies (and the church) are failing to consider with regard to its prohibition.

The “love of money” is unjustly keeping the well-documented miraculous medical applications of cannabis from people who desperately need it.  Maintaining cannabis as a Category 1 Controlled Substance (same category as LSD and methamphetamine) is absolutely ludicrous at this point.  Cocaine is not even considered Schedule 1, as cocaine (which can be highly lethal) has government acknowledged “medicinal purposes.”  Big Pharma has invested many millions of dollars into lobbying legislators to continue this prohibition.

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This is wrong; we need Christians to become educated and take a stand for what is right, in light of all that Scripture has to say.

The ONLY evidence of cannabis being toxic is from one abused monkey forced to inhale cannabis with every breath for a day, decades ago.  The scientist document that monkey’s death was the result of cannabis, but in reality, that poor monkey died of oxygen deprivation. That is the only incident of any living being dying from cannabis.  Cannabis is utterly NON-TOXIC.

Cannabis is a miracle plant with SO many medicinal and industrially useful properties, that the corporate profiteers feared its abundance in the hands of the people; hence the propaganda campaigns to demonize and prohibit it.

There is an abundance of highly toxic substances any minor child can purchase at your local store, which aren’t controlled at all (eg. bleach, turmeric, tylenol, aspirin, rat poison, radiator fluid.)  These substances can KILL you, yet they aren’t even on the Controlled Substance registry!

It is disingenuous, misguided, and frankly hypocritical for Christians to advocate the prohibition and criminalization of cannabis, while imbibing in alcohol is considered socially acceptable, despite numerous warning in Scripture against over-consumption of alcohol.  Christ’s first miracle was turning water into wine, yet numerous Scripture verses admonish over indulgence in alcohol.  Similarly, sobriety and moderation apply to the use of cannabis as well; but remember, cannabis is non-toxic, unlike alcohol.

Christians for Cannabis are not advocating over-indulgence in ANY substance.
1 Peter 5:8 – Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour:

You can begin to be part of the needed societal change to free the plant, and free the people, by not referring to cannabis as “marijuana,” and politely correcting those who use that term.

The word “marijuana” increased substantially in the United States in the 1930’s, in the context of the debate over its use. “Marijuana” was a more exotic sounding alternative to the familiar words “hemp” and “cannabis,” in referring to the plant as a vice.

cctreesWilliam Randolph Hearst (a newspaper tycoon who owned 28 newspapers by the mid-1920s) dropped the words “cannabis” and “hemp” from his publications in the 1930’s, fueling the propaganda campaign against “marijuana.” Hearst owned significant woodland for paper production, and part of his motivation was to eliminate his competition’s access to cheap, hemp paper. (Romans 6:10.)

Please, join me in this campaign to reach the church about the desperate need to decriminalize and fully legalize the miracle non-toxic plant cannabis;
“Be not overcome of evil, but overcome evil with good.” Romans 12:21

HELP STOP THE PROHIBITION OF CANNABIS!
Parents teach your children:
safer than waterThis is a non-toxic plant/weed at our disposal with numerous medicinal and nutritious properties, which should be used, not abused.
One can overdose on sugar (which can kill you).
One can hallucinate and become deathly ill from too much nutmeg.
Be ye sober-minded, maintain your faculties.
Do not abuse cannabis; do not abuse anything.
Titus 2:6 – Young men likewise exhort to be sober minded.
Titus 2:12 – Teaching us that, denying ungodliness and worldly lusts, we should live soberly, righteously, and godly, in this present world.
1 Peter 5:8 – Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour.

Legalizing cannabis is about liberty, it is about our Constitutional rights, and a plant God provided to us, to heal sickness, and heal this nation;
it’s nutritional qualities are higher than flax seed. This plant should be ubiquitous. It heals the soil (from toxins, far better than straw for animal bedding, or clean up of toxins,) it is exceedingly renewable.

We as Christians cannot let the “lovers of money” continue to distort righteousness, and determine what non-toxic plants we-the-people have, or have not, a right to.

Join me on FB at Missouri Christians for Cannabis.

Be careful of which petition you sign, as there are 2 petitions circulating in Missouri regarding the legalization of cannabis.  If “Marijuana” in the title, it is the corporate profiteering initiative, which is quasi legalization keeping the money flowing to big money in the industry.   These “lovers of money” KNOW legalization is coming.  The Missouri measure promoting an age restriction was clearly written by such corporate-profiteers.

The federal gov’t can’t continue the racket of keeping cannabis a Schedule 1 Controlled Substance much longer with the OVERWHELMING evidence to its medicinal benefits.  The question is HOW will it be legalized?  Fully, or for the benefit of the greedy?

100-001I encourage you to support FULL legalization.
Support the “Cannabis Restoration and Protection Act “(MO Petition 2016-013),

Any questions, comments, or suggestions, please contact me at:

hempenkempens@gmail.com
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Missouri Christians and Cannabis, Hempeneers United or on the web at www.Hempeneers.com.2 hempeneer sign

THE BIBLE and CANNABIS vs. PHARMACEUTICALS

THE BIBLE and CANNABIS vs. PHARMACEUTICALS

When is it time to take another look at our choices and actions? The Bible told us a long time ago to stay away from the poisons of big pharma. Is it time to listen yet?

When is it time to take another look at our choices and actions? The Bible told us a long time ago to stay away from the poisons of big pharma. Is it time to listen yet?

THE BIBLE and CANNABIS vs. PHARMACEUTICALS (by Lynn Kempen):

The Greek term “pharmakeia” (as related to our terms “pharmacy” and “pharmaceuticals”) is translated in the King James Version as “sorcery” or “witchcraft.” “Pharmakeia,” is defined as a “formula,” likened to an incantation of a “witch’s spell” relating the term to “sorcery.” (Rev 9:21, 18:23.)

The immediately related Greek term “pharmakon” is translated into the KJV as “sorcerer,” and defined as “a druggist/pharmacist”, specifically a “poisoner, ie. (by extens.) a magician; -sorcerer.” (Rev 21:8, 22:15).
The Greek word “magos” is also translated into the term “sorcery” in the KJV, meaning a magician, sorcerer, ie Oriental-scientist, magician, wise man. (Acts 8:9, 13:6, 13:8)

Truly, most pharmaceuticals (as well as most over-the-counter medications) are toxins that can poison us, as sorcery does. Cannabis stands in stark contrast to pharmaceuticals as a non-toxic plant/food/and miraculous medicine. There is absolutely no evidence that consumption of cannabis is responsible for a single death. Certainly the same cannot be said of pharmaceuticals!

The Initiative. The time has come to get involved.

You say you want chance; it's time for you to prove it. Get involved. Visit us @ hempeneers.com, on FB @Missouri Christians and Cannabis or Hempeneers United email pat@hempeneers.com

You say you want change; it’s time for you to prove it. Get involved. Visit us @ hempeneers.com, on FB @Missouri Christians and Cannabis or Hempeneers United email pat@hempeneers.com or hempenkempens@gmail.com and ask what you can do.