What do you think of the lastest evidence that shows cannabis was used in the birth of judaism?
researchers have found cannabis resin at an 800BC Jewish temple, the first that stood in Jerusalem. The ones who came up with the idea of the abrahimic god that christianity and islam followed were getting high.
Does the story about the burning bush giving Moses the commandments suddenly make sense?
- UserLv 71 month ago
Well...the article seems sound
you have made many additions to serve your own purposes
given the nature of your additions
cannot be good.
The answer to your question is:
the evidence does not show what you claim
nor does the article claim what you claim.
- Old Man DirtLv 71 month ago
By 800 BC the Hebrew religion was well established. So that rules out the theory you site.
Be advised there are other plants used for medicinal purposes and folk medicine in the area Moses herded sheep. Some of which can also produce a high. But the use of a herb for medicine does not mean it was a religious experience.
- Dennis SagtLv 71 month ago
The article said nothing about the birth of Judaism. I have nothing to say until more evidence is discovered.
- EvelynLv 51 month ago
Nope. The burning bush told Moses to go to Egypt and styled his hair.Source(s): "The Ten Commandments"
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- Pirate AM™Lv 71 month ago
Like with any other finding, I'm skeptical until there is confirming evidence from creditable sources. As for your unwarranted allusion to Moses, there is no evidence that he existed or the rest of the Exodus story happened.
- Dave DLv 71 month ago
Bogus. There was only one temple and that was in Jerusalem, not "southern Israel" as the story states.
- 1 month ago
That is shocking Sir, I have heard of cannabis but do not understand why on Earth one human want to eat another human...It beggars belief.
- Pearl LLv 71 month ago
i dont think its true