3.1 Sacred Form
Article 72 - Sacred Drugs
A Sacred Drug or entheogen is any naturally occurring substance with psychoactive properties used in a psychotherapeutic, religious, shamanic or spiritual context by a Religion or Cult. A psychoactive substance is any drug that crosses the blood-brain barrier and acts primarily upon the central nervous system, resulting in changes in perception, cognition, mood, consciousness and behaviour.
Almost all Religions and Cults use and continue to use Sacred Drugs as an integral part of their sacred rituals. The most significant psychoactive substances throughout history for Religions and Cults, particularly sacred literature, have been hallucinogens.
While there are many forms of natural entheogens, five of the oldest and most Sacred Drugs of the founding of ancient civilization are the red berries of the European Holly Plant, considered the oldest most sacred plant of Civilized history, Cannabis, also known as Hemp and Marijuana, the Opium Poppy of the plains of Asia, Psilocybin Mushrooms and the venom of poisonous animals such as Toads.
Of the oldest and most Sacred Drugs of all civilized history the most important is without question Cannabis, also known as Hemp and Marijuana on account of its robustness, medicinal qualities and use as a primary source of superior fibre. Until its deliberate restriction and outlaw in the 20th Century for purely strategic political and commercial reasons, marijuana had historically represented the single most important crop of civilized agriculture next to grain.
Given the location, culture and natural availability of certain entheogens, Religions and Cults have adopted certain favoritisms towards certain Sacred Drugs throughout history. The most historically significant is the preference of the satanic Menes-heh and moloch worshipping priests of Ur, Syria and Palestine to mushrooms, while the Scythian/Khazars preferred marijuana and opium.
The significant worship of mushrooms by the Menesheh remains evident by the historic adoption of sacred clothing symbolizing the importance of the mushroom, particularly in subsequent Religions and Cults created by the descendents of the Menesheh in later centuries.
A particular trait of mushroom consumption is the predictable visual distortions of “Halluciogenic Entoptic Phenomena” implying the existence of a fractal-like substructure to nature based upon lines, lattice structures, triangles, serpent waves and squares in contrast to the real shapes of the universe. Hence, this geometric information is prevalent in Religions and Cults where their priests were addicted to these kinds of hallucinogenic drugs particularly in the form of triangular shapes.
Knowledge of the Sacred Drugs preferred by certain Religions and Cults permits certain prediction to be made on the quality and nature of alleged sacred scripture written by their clergy throughout history when addicted to those substances.
While Marijuana, also known as Cannabis is the most sacred plant of all plants for the Scythians and peoples of Southern Mongolia, their subsequent rise to power and deliberately outlaw use of Cannabis extends to most of the world, excluding at the start of the 21st Century certain Arabian nations and in particular a centre of cultural significance for them called Amsterdam.
Since the 20th Century, governments throughout the world have largely deprived their populations of cheap naturally grown pain killers in preference to supporting global commercial cartels of synthetic pain killers, often with numerous side effects. This global imbalance has contributed to the deliberate corruption and breakdown of societies as well as law and order across the world.
Any leader of any Religion or Cult that seeks to maintain the lie of alleging naturally grown Sacred Drugs are immoral in preference to synthetic and inferior varieties automatically consents, agrees and concedes they are without any moral authority, spiritual authority and are a willing heretic against the history of all faiths.