IN WHICH, WHAT, RELIGOUS TOMES FROM AROUND THE PLANET THOUGHTFULLY MENTIONED CANNABIS USE?

hydra-glide

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I ask, because I find it hard to believe that along with salt and pepper shakers on kitchen tables in the year 0.99999 B.C. I have found no mention of cannabis as a nutrient intake, other than that so-called burning bush incident where the flames spoke volumes about the "10 rules of common freaking sense", but not a word written about smoke-weed, or eat weed. How is this possible? - that no religion own earth would mention git-high. It's corn-fusing to me and Tony the Tiger, who has suggested that since I've run out of ideas for motorcycle books, that maybe I should re-write the Holy Bible superseding all previous editions due to incomplete airing of popular modern thinking, which is to some, a grand swoop by the caretakers of the god-truth that all humans have at last count 52-cannabinoid receptors and all mammals on earth a goodly amount of canababa-doo receptors their own darn selves.
I got max' pencils sharpened and a stack o' writing paper. Just say the word.
 

hydra-glide

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pouring hash oil on your head won't get you there. I mean where in written religious literature does it read " smoke" or "eat it"., and none of the accounts are written first-hand, only by later-on devotees. Think and believe what you want, but using poison alcohol as a "blood of christ" sacrament is wrong and predatory on the weaker metabolism-people, who get led astray and ruin their lives on swill.
 
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