CANNABIS CULTURE – Although little known, in the 18th century certain magicians would utilize drugs in combination with smoke and mirror illusions to convince audiences they had witnessed talking and moving ghosts and apparitions! While researching Liber 420: Cannabis Magickal Herbs and the Occult, one of the things I was most fascinated to learn aboutRead More
CANNABIS CULTURE – A fascinating current archeological theory proposes that a variety of ancient depictions of vegetation as the “Tree of Life” are ancient illustrations identifying cannabis use as an ancient entheogen.
CANNABIS CULTURE – Two major archeological announcements were made in April 2018 regarding the fascinating and widespread history of Cannabis in the ancient world.
Although not widely recognised, cannabis and other psychoactive plants have played a role in magic since ancient times; for who is the primitive shaman but the ancient counterpart of the medieval and renaissance era magician?
CANNABIS CULTURE – H.P. Lovecraft (1890-1937) the oddball impoverished writer of pulp horror fiction, whose work only came to know success after his untimely demise, left a curious story about a time shifting plant and 4:20.
CANNABIS CULTURE – In the 19th century European Tabloids were run amuck with stories about a newly revealed form of Luciferian Freemasonry, known as ‘Palladian Masonry’ that allegedly involved cannabis and opium infused initiations and Satanic worship! But was it true?
CANNABIS CULTURE – When most people think of the history of cannabis, they generally flash to the “grass” the hippies of the 1960s smoked, or the “reefers” of the Jazz age. However, the fact is, according to current archeological evidence,humanity’s relationship with cannabis goes back tens of thousands of years before even the first wordsRead More
CANNABIS CULTURE – Did the Elizabethian Magicians Dr. John Dee and Edward Kelly use drugs for magick and scrying?
CANNABIS CULTURE – I think today’s, October, Friday the 13th, may in fact be the 100th Friday the 13th in October since the Templars were rounded up and arrested on that date, in 1307!
Regarded as one of the greatest intellects of Islam’s Golden Age, the geographer, astronomer, poet, theologian, Avicenna, Ibn Sina, (980-1030) is probably best known for his contributions to medicine, and his works, after being translated into Latin became deeply influential in Medieval and renaissance Europe.