Kaneh Bosm pronounced like a woman’s name: Connie Bossom
Then God said, “I give you every seed-bearing plant on the face of the whole earth, and every tree that has fruit in it. – Genesis 1:29-30
How come we never hear any preacher preaching the truth what they claim every other book, a psalm is?
Could it be because they don’t use thesauruses?
Or, could it perhaps be because they think we are stupid?
After all, some did go to Theology School didn’t they?
Let’s see exactly what the Old Testament speaks about cannabis in code!
NOTE: As I must say I did not go to Theology school but I do have common sense and as I have my brain of knowledge that God so graciously gave to me to be here to understand the truth as it is and is happening right now before our very eyes I will speak upon. It does not take a rocket scientist to see that what God speaks is TRUE and that means TRUTH when we want it to be and testimony means “evidence or proof provided by the existence or appearance of something,” I therefore believe God and not man’s interpretation of His word not being spoken in the Bible as TRUTH!
Kaneh Bosm in the Old Testament:
Those words appear to be sufficiently direct, but then cannabis and most other psychoactive pharmaceutical plants are prohibited in our general public. The individuals who utilize these plant entryways to different conditions of cognizance are imprisoned for doing as such.
Incidentally, the real power for proceeding with this plant preclusion is a gathering alluded to as the Christian Right. They claim to put stock in both the Bible and old Yahweh, yet Yahweh’s feeling on the issue is expressed obviously in the above citation.
This article demonstrates how the Old Testament Prophets were none other than old shamans, and that cannabis and different entheogens assumed an exceptionally noticeable part in antiquated Hebrew culture.
The roots of Kaneh Bosm
The primary strong confirmation of the Hebrew utilization of cannabis was set up in 1936 by Sula Benet, a little known Polish etymologist from the Institute of Anthropological Sciences in Warsaw.’
The word cannabis was by and large idea to be of Scythian inception, yet Benet demonstrated that it has a substantially prior birthplace in Semitic dialects like Hebrew, and that it seems a few times all through the Old Testament. Benet clarified that “in the first Hebrew content of the Old Testament there are references to hemp, both as incense, which was a necessary piece of religious festival, and as an intoxicant.”
Benet exhibited that the word for cannabis is kaneh-bosm, likewise rendered in conventional Hebrew as kaneh or kannabus. The root kan in this development signifies “reed” or “hemp”, while bosm signifies “sweet-smelling”. This word seems five times in the Old Testament; in the books of Exodus, the Song of Songs, Isaiah, Jeremiah, and Ezekiel.
The word kaneh-bosm has been mistranslated as calamus, a typical bog plant with minimal fiscal esteem that does not have the qualities or esteem credited to kaneh-bosm. The blunder happened in the most seasoned Greek interpretation of the Hebrew Bible, the Septuagint
in the third century BC, and was rehashed in the numerous interpretations that took after.”
The Hidden Story
When we investigate scriptural references to kaneh-bosm, we uncover something other than the tale of cannabis in the Old Testament. Another energizing and hid story develops too, that of the concealment of the love of Astarte, likewise called Ashera, referred to the old Semites as the Queen of Heaven.
Moses & Marijuana
The main say of kaneh-bosm in the Old Testament shows up with the prophet-shaman Moses. Toward the start of his shamanic profession, Moses found the heavenly attendant of the Lord on fire of flame from inside a bramble.
It is later in his life in any case, that a clear reference to cannabis is made. Sula Benet clarifies this reference as takes after:
The sacrosanct character of hemp in scriptural circumstances is clear from Exodus 30:22-33, where Moses was told by God to bless the gathering tent and every one of its furniture with extraordinarily arranged oil, containing hemp.
Blessing set sacrosanct things apart from mainstream. The anointment of consecrated items was an antiquated custom in Israel: heavenly oil was not to be utilized for common purposes…
Most importantly, the blessing oil was utilized for the establishment ceremonies of every single Hebrew lord and ministers.
This first reference to kaneh-bosm is the main that portrays it as a salve to be connected remotely. Be that as it may, blessing oils made with cannabis are in reality psychoactive and have been utilized by such apparently various gatherings as nineteenth century soothsayers and medieval witches.”
Nearer to Moses’ own particular time, cannabis was utilized as a topical psychedelic drug by the old admirers of Asherah, the Queen of Heaven. Asherah has likewise been alluded to as the Hebrew Goddess.'”
The shamanistic Ashera priestesses of pre-reorganization Jerusalem blended cannabis gums with those from myrrh, amber, frankincense, and scents, and after that blessed their skins with the blend and also consumed it.'”
At that point THE LORD SAID TO MOSES, “TAKE THE FOLLOWING FINE SPICES: 500 SHEKELS OF LIQUID MYRRH, HALF AS MUCH OF FRAGRANT CINNAMON, 250 SHEKELS OF KANNABOSM, 500 SHEKELS OF CASSIA – ALL ACCORDING TO THE SANCTUARY SHEKEL – AND A HIND OF OLIVE OIL. MAKE THESE INTO MAKE THESE INTO A SACRED ANNOITING OIL, A FRAGRANT BLEND, THE WORK OF A PERFUMER. IT WILL BE THE SACRED ANNOITING OIL.
At that point USE IT TO ANOINT THE TENT OF THE MEETING, THE ARK OF THE TESTIMONY, THE TABLE AND ALL ITS ARTICLES, THE LAMPSTAND AND ITS ACCESSORIES, THE ALTAR OF INCENSE, THE ALTAR OF
Consumed OFFERING AND ALL ITS UTENSILS, AND THE BASIN WITH ITS STAND. YOU SHALL CONSECRATE THEM SO THEY WILL BE MOST HOLY, AND WHATEVER TOUCHES THEM WILL BE HOLY.
Bless AARON AND HIS SONS AND CONSECRATE THEM SO THEY MAY SERVE ME AS PRIESTS. SAY TO THE ISRAELITES, “THIS IS TO BE MY SACRED ANOINTING OIL FOR THE GENERATIONS TO COME. Try not to POUR IT ON MEN’S BODIES AND DO NOT MAKE ANY OIL WITH THE SAME FORMULA. IT IS SACRED, AND YOU ARE TO CONSIDER IT SACRED. WHOEVER MAKES PERFUME LIKE IT AND WHOEVER PUTS IT ON ANYONE OTHER THAN A PRIEST MUST BE CUT OFF FROM HIS PEOPLE.”
God Within A Cloud
A perusing of the Old Testament uncovers that Yahweh “came to Moses out of the middle of the cloud” and that this cloud originated from smoke created by the consuming of incense. As researcher Ralph Patai remarked in his book The Hebrew Goddess, “Yahweh just put in transitory appearances in the tent of meeting. He was a meeting divinity
whose appearance in or takeoff from the tent was utilized for obscure purposes.”
One is helped to remember the antiquated Persian sage Zoroaster, another monotheist like Moses, who heard the voice of his god, Ahura Mazda, while in a condition of shamanistic happiness delivered by cannabis. The Greek prophet of Delphi additionally uncovered her predictions from behind a cloak of inebriating smoke.
The bits of knowledge accomplished from the utilization of cannabis, regardless of whether breathed in
in the Tent of the Tabernacle or connected topically, could have been deciphered by Moses as messages from God. This is like current shamans who translate their encounters with plant drugs as containing divine disclosures.
For more reading if you don’t believe what plants put on this earth for our healing are and how people are opening their eyes, nose and throats speaking up and out:
With no disrespect to minister, pastors or clergies but why won’t you speak upon healing God’s people and wants us to help spread the Good News and not cover it up for our own benefits and pockets.