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Manna, Mushrooms, Mt. Sinai, Yahweh
11-21-2007, 06:51 AM, (This post was last modified: 11-21-2007, 06:56 AM by Truthiness.)
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Manna, Mushrooms, Mt. Sinai, Yahweh
In the description in the Book of Exodus, manna is described as appearing each morning after the dew had gone, while in the description in the Book of Numbers, manna arrived with the dew during the night; the Book of Exodus adds that manna was comparable to hoarfrost in size, and similarly had to be collected before it was melted by the heat of the sun. According to the Biblical description, manna resembled coriander seed; in the Book of Exodus, manna is described as being white in colour, while the Book of Numbers describes it as being the same colour as bdellium. According to the Book of Numbers, the Israelites ground it up and pounded it into cakes, which were then baked, resulting in something that tasted like olive oil; the Book of Exodus states that it tasted like wafers that had been made with honey.

Textual scholars view the two descriptions of manna as deriving from different sources, with the description in the Book of Numbers being from the Jahwist text, and the description in the Book of Exodus being from the later Priestly Source. Now let me take a moment and comment on Jahweh, Yahweh literally means explosion of energy, explosion of energy even more so when a male and a female coopulate. I heard Jordan Maxwell say that he found it entertaining that they called the event that created our universe the big bang. The inhabitants were literally saying "the moment when god ejaculates!", but also referring to not only his rain as ejaculatory fluid impregnating the virgin mother earth, but referring to the primordial release of energy.

I do believe there if a link to Yahweh and Mt. Sinai where Jordan Maxwell explains that Sin is the Moon deity, and ai is a form of "of"; so that Mt. Sinai is literally the Volcano of the Moon Goddess Sin, or God I think Sin was both depending on what time of reference. This explosive power I believe is what was revered so much and in connection with Yahweh. I believe very much that this is direct connection to the fertility rites the Easter Bunny specifically reminds us of. Speaking of the Bunny, those colorful eggs no doubt symbollize the mushroom hunt the family has today.

Scythians:
Nomadic Horseback Warrior Archers

Or as Chris Bennett called them, High Plains Drifters; high has a sort of dual meaning if you will. You'll understand later I hope. But first allow me to introduce to you a favorite of mine.

The History of Herodotus

By Herodotus

Written 440 B.C.E

Translated by George Rawlinson

Book IV - "...they make a booth by fixing in the ground three sticks inclined towards one another, and stretching around them woollen felts, which they arrange so as to fit as close as possible: inside the booth a dish is placed upon the ground, into which they put a number of red-hot stones, and then add some hemp-seed.

Hemp grows in Scythia: it is very like flax; only that it is a much coarser and taller plant: some grows wild about the country, some is produced by cultivation: the Thracians make garments of it which closely resemble linen; so much so, indeed, that if a person has never seen hemp he is sure to think they are linen, and if he has, unless he is very experienced in such matters, he will not know of which material they are.

The Scythians, as I said, take some of this hemp-seed, and, creeping under the felt coverings, throw it upon the red-hot stones; immediately it smokes, and gives out such a vapour as no Grecian vapour-bath can exceed; the Scyths, delighted, shout for joy, and this vapour serves them instead of a water-bath; for they never by any chance wash their bodies with water. Their women make a mixture of cypress, cedar, and frankincense wood, which they pound into a paste upon a rough piece of stone, adding a little water to it. With this substance, which is of a thick consistency, they plaster their faces all over, and indeed their whole bodies. A sweet odour is thereby imparted to them, and when they take off the plaster on the day following, their skin is clean and glossy."

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HERODOTUS MUST BE REFERRING TO THE ENTIRE BUD OF THE FEMALE CANNABIS PLANT BECAUSE THE SEEDS DO NOT CONTAIN THC, THE CHEMICAL THAT INTERACTS WITH SPECIFIC RECEPTORS RESERVED JUST FOR THOSE MOLECULES. MORE LIKELY THE CASE IS THAT THE SEEDED BUDS WENT UP IN SMOKE LITERALLY LEAVING BEHIND CHARRED SEEDS WHICH OBVIOUSLY ISN'T WHAT WAS INHALED BECAUSE IT WAS STILL THERE. IF THE ROCKS WERE AS HOT AS I SPECULATE THEN I WOULD ASSUME THE DRIED AND CURED BUDS WOULD SMOKE READILY UPON CONTACT. - Michael
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Marijuana - The First Twelve Thousand Years
I. The Early Years
1. Cannabis in the Ancient World

"The Cult of the Dead

Around the seventh century B.C., yet another swarm of Aryan warriors came out of central Siberia looking for new lands upon which to graze their animals. This time they claimed a vast territory stretching from northern Greece and beyond the Black Sea to the Altai Mountains in central Siberia as their new homeland.

Known as the Scythians, these conquerors, like their Aryan ancestors before them, were skilled in warfare and renowned for their horsemanship. And also like their ancestors who settled in India and Persia, the Scythians were no strangers to the intoxicating effects of marijuana. According to Herodotus, a Greek historian who lived in the fifth century B.C., marijuana was an integral part of the Scythian cult of the dead wherin homage was paid to the memory of their departed leaders.

Herodotus' passion for detail and devotion to fact has often provided scholars with their only contact with long-forgotten people and their customs. Nowhere was this more true than in the case of the Scythians. Were it not for Herodotus' description of the funerary customs of the Scythians, for example, one of the best known instances of the use of marijuana in the ancient world would never have been recorded.

The funereal practice alluded to by Herodotus took place among the Scythians living northeast of Macedonia on the first anniversary of the death of one of their chiefs. The ceremony that commemorated that passing was a rather grisly affair, not one for the faint of heart, but of course the Scythians could hardly have been accused of being faint-hearted. First, it called for the death of fifty of the chief's former bodyguards, along with their horses. The bodies of these men were then opened, their intestines and inner organs were removed, various herbs were placed in the open cavities, and the bodies were then stitched back together. Meanwhile, their horses, each fully bridled, were killed and impaled on stakes arranged in a circle around the chief's tomb. The dead bodies of the chief's erstwhile protectors were then lifted onto the horses and were left to rot as they stood their last watch over the tomb of their former leader.

Following this sobering rite, all those who had assisted in the burial cleansed themselves in a unique purification ritual. First, they washed their bodies thoroughly with cleansing oil. Then they erected small tents, into which they placed metal censors containing red-hot stones. Next, the men crawled into the tents and dumped marijuana seeds onto the hot stones. The seeds soon began to smolder and throw off vapors, which in the words of Herodotus, caused the Scythians to "howl with joy".[49] Seemingly, the purification was the Scythian counterpart to the hard-drinking frazzled Irish wake, with marijuana instead of alcohol as the ceremonial intoxicant.

Even though Herodotus' accuracy in recording history has often been borne out by other historical documents, scholars found this bizarre burial custom including the marijuana-induced intoxication too incredible to be true.

But in 1929 a Russian archaeologist, Professor S.I. Rudenko, made a fantastic discovery in the Pazyryk Valley of central Siberia. Digging into some ancient ruins near the Altai Mountains on the border between Siberia and Outer Mongolia, Rudenko found a trench about 160 feet square and about 20 feet deep. On the perimeter of the trench were the skeletons of a number of horses. Inside the trench was the embalmed body of a man and a bronze cauldron filled with burnt marijuana seeds![50] Clearing the site further, Rudenko also found some shirts woven from hemp fiber and some metal censors designed for inhaling marijuana smoke which did not appear to be connected with any religious rite. To Rudenko, the evidence suggested that inhalation of smoldering marijuana seeds occurred not only in a religious context, but also as an everyday activity, one in which Scythian women participated alongside the men.

Although he does not identify them, Herodotus had also heard of another tribe of nomads who used marijuana for recreational purposes. Speaking of these people, Herodutus states that when they "have parties and sit around a fire, they throw some of it into the flames. As it burns, it smokes like incense, and the smell of it makes them drunk, just as wine does. As more fruit is thrown on, they get more and more intoxicated until finally they jump up and start dancing and singing."[51]

The Scythians eventually disappeared as a distinct national entity, but their descendants spread through Eastern Europe. While remembrances of their ancestors were lost, memories of ancestral customs were still retained, although, of course, these were modified down through the centuries. It is in this regard that anthropologist Sula Benet's comment that "hemp never lost its connection with the cult of the dead"[52] takes on added significance since she has traced the influence of the Scythians and their hemp funerary customs down to the modern era in Eastern Europe and Russia.

On Christmas Eve, for instance, Benet notes that the people of Poland and Lithuania serve semieniatka, a soup made from hemp seeds. The Poles and Lithuanians believe that on the night before Christmas the spirits of the dead visit their families and the soup is for the souls of the dead. A similar ritual takes place in Latvia and in the Ukraine on Three Kings Day. Yet another custom carried out in deference to the dead in Western Europe was the throwing of hemp seeds onto a blazing fire during harvest time as an offering to the dead - a custom that originated with the Scythians and has seemingly been passed on from generation to generation for over 2500 years."

Well I'm seeing a connection between leaving offerings of soup for the souls of the dead and cookies for Santa.

You must watch The Pharmacratic Inquisition online, it's 3hrs long and chalk full of great astounding information.
You must watch The History of Christmas online, then listen to the Law part 1 and the Law part 2 of Jordan Maxwell's online.
After that watch his lecture called "Jordan Maxwell exposes the illuminati".
Then you must find out why marijuana is illegal and read the VERY important Jack Herer website. His whole book is published for free on the site and it's a MUST read.

Interesting isn't it that a barbaric culture that would make armies quiver at the thought of them disappeared and became monks meditating in hillside caves after smoking Cannabis for 4000 years.

http://www.thelostword.dk/index3.htm

In here, they say that

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The Scepter that Hera is holding is made of hemp and represents the Marijuana plant Cannabis, and that Zeus is holding the Amanita Muscaria mushroom as the lightning bolt.

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It is said that this scepter and sphere theme is what denoted a king...

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Notice the Cross is above the sphere, I said before that the T is 11 and the -|- lower case t is 22. The Mushroom is 22, or the top of the Hebrew Kabbalah tree of life.

Chaldean numerals

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You can decipher these from right to left using that chart... it's simply the 12 astrological houses.

I could go into long detail on Ester, pagan rituals and fertility rites, but I won't, I will go at it blow by blow until you get every fact you need, absolutely need, to stay alive.
So who was this Moses of the bible who led the people out of Egypt? Sigmund Frued wrote a book titled, "Moses and Monotheism" where he claims that there is indeed many ties between Moses and Ahnkenaten of the 18th dynasty, it was infact his last book ever.

"Moses and Monotheism is a book by Sigmund Freud. It was first published in 1939. In it, Freud argues that Moses was actually an Ancient Egyptian and in some way related to Akhenaten, an ancient Egyptian monotheist. The book was written in three parts and was a departure from the rest of Freud's work on psychoanalytic theory. The book does contain discussion of Freud's psychoanalytic thinking but was intended as a work of history.

In Moses and Monotheism, Freud contradicts the Biblical story of Moses with his own retelling of events claiming that Moses only led his close followers into freedom and that they subsequently killed Moses in rebellion either to his strong faith or to circumcision. Freud explains that years after the murder of Moses, the rebels formed a religion which promoted Moses as the Saviour of the Israelites." - Wikipedia

I believe that perhaps the NWO/Illuminati/Bilderberg may have promoted Moses as the saviour of the Israelites just as they did Jesus the savior of the world after killing him as well, it's a constant theme. However after Freud, some decades later a couple other authors came forward stating even more bluntly that Moses was strictly fictional and the only realistic character in the Moses plot was the ruling Pharoah Ahkenaten of the 18th dynasty who fled in yr 17 of his reign only to come back to rescue his people and get revenge on the world ever after!

Ahkenaten knew the secret sacred solar science of the Sun, he knew that the Sun Spot cycle controls the fertility of the land and the people. He tried informing and educating the people but they just wouldn't listen, he switched over from their pantheon of Gods to monotheism, or the worship of one God. The Sun. They persecuted him and so he was banished, with it he took his sacred sun worship, mushrooms(alchemy), and other esoteric secrets that form the whole of the occult world today. He comes back to gather his followers, they form a moving caravan through dying although not yet desert grasslands.

They feed solely on the manna or mushrooms, while traveling north. The people who followed him were some of the most intellectual beings in the area, they understood and believed what he stated about the sun spot cycle and what the Central American natives call the feathered snake. Their history is vast, but in the end they suceed and have their own state funded by the American people, Israel.

Isis-Ra-Elohim - Isreal, the nation for the Sons of Elohim.

Isis, the mother Earth, Ra the Sun, Elohim the Mushroom.
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