|The eye (pineal gland) behind the eye is the real eye that sees (lilminx16/deviantart.net).|
|Ark: Moses and Joshua [stoned again?] in the Tabernacle (James Jacques Joseph Tissot).|
|Can entheogens lead to insight?|
|South Park's Kyle Schwartz|
Hanukkah or Chanukah (חֲנֻכָּה, khanuká, חנוכה) is a Jewish holiday commemorating the rededication of a Holy Temple (the Second Temple) in Jerusalem at the time of the Maccabean Revolt against the Seleucid Empire. It starts on the 25th day of Kislev according to the Hebrew calendar, which may occur at any time from late November to late December on the popular Christian Gregorian calendar.
|He's a white Christian. No, he's not. He's a black Jew.|
Instead of one big red-and-white mushroom like gift under a Scandinavian pine tree, reminiscent of the magic mushroom ceremonies at the root of the way we celebrate Xmas, Hanukkah in addition to getting made fun of at school (which is called bullying and is wrong) means getting eight gifts. Wiki it.
- VIDEO: The Lesson of Chanukah for our Generation
- Does it matter if MOSES was hallucinating?
- Magic Moses Mushrooms available for study! The promised land? Moses Mushrooms, a unique hybrid, were created for the study of the religious experience. Some scientists now say the "burning bush" could have actually been a mushroom or psychedelic plant combination [DMT derived from Syrian rue and acacia] that allowed Moses to "see God" and find his way. Best Spore combines some of their top tiered mushrooms used in religious ceremonies to create a desert spirit quest. Limited time availability. These spores are for microscopy and research purposes only.
|Dude, is that bush burning? - He's at it again, guys.|
|The Antipodes of the Mind (erowid.org)|
Would we associate these rituals with alcoholism? [Some would; see Christianity and Alcohol.]
|RO icon of prophet Moses gesturing toward burning bush|
|I love you, gay buddy (AP).|
|To prove the U.S. backs Israeli war crimes, Pres. Obama, his lovely wife Michael, V.P. Biden, and his lovely wife Glenys, host a Hanukkah celebration at the White House with guests (AP).|