Burning Shiva: The Hidden Hash Masters of the 19th Century

Pot TV Manager and host Chris Bennett discuses the Occult use of Hashish in the 19th century, with a look at the lives of such hashish devotees as; the Russian Theosophist Helena Petrova Blavatsky, French Poet Gerard de Nerval, French Mesmerist Louis Alphonse Cahagnet, the black American Rosicrucian and sex magician Dr. Paschal Beverly Randolph, and finally Chris gives us a look at the rare Occult Hashish novel T. W. Coakley’s book Keef: A Life Story in 9 Phases. Featuring the artwork of Satty.
Sex, Drugs, Violence and the Bible
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Here’s what the Critics are saying about Sex, Drugs, Violence and the Bible

“Scholarly, hip, witty and extremely well documented… This book might cause a revolution in biblical studies!”
-Robert Anton Wilson, Philosopher, Author and Lecturer

“…SEX, DRUGS, VIOLENCE AND THE BIBLE is…excellent… especially in its
detailing the early history… politics… [and]the… seamy sides of
Christianity… Read Bennett before rereading the Bible!”
-Jonathon Ott, Entheobotanist, Author and Lecturer

“I love this information. Jesus used cannabis for healing and enlightenment!”
-Dana Larsen, Editor of Cannabis Culture Magazine

“The book is fascinating! There can be little doubt about a role for Cannabis in Judaic religion… there is no way that so important a plant as a fiber source for textiles and nutritive oils and one so easy to grow would have gone unnoticed, and the mere harvesting of it would have induced an entheogenic reaction.”
Proffessor of Classical Mythology at Boston University and author, Carl P. Ruck