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Identify a religious use

step by step guide to religious defense for cannabis:

  1. Identify a religious use.

  2. Sincerely believe.

  3. Document your belief.

  4. Practice your belief.

1. Identify a religious use. Your religious use must be required. You may find an ancient requirement in your existing religion or join a religion that requires cannabis. You may join Pr Ntr Kmt to meet this requirement, but Pr Ntr Kmt also allows you to keep your existing religion along and add ancient Egyptian ritual and practice.

religious choice

    Most of the world’s religions have used cannabis in some form for religious ritual and belief.

    You may keep your existing religion and make use of your existing religion’s beliefs about cannabis.

    You may keep your existing religion and incorporate ancient Egyptian or other religion’s beliefs about cannabis (see ntr sentra).

    You may join any modern or ancient variation of any religion that has religious beliefs about cannabis that you personally agree with.

religious uses

    There are many well-documented religious uses for cannabis.

    prayer: Adherants of many different world religions have used cannabis for prayer. The ancient Egyptian practice of ntr sentra involved using cannais and other herbs (especially cinnamon) to create prayer incense that would make prayers more pleasing the the divine. The modern English word “incense” comes from the ancient Egyptian word ntr sentra (literally, “the breath of the Goddess”). Religions that used cannabis for prayer include ancient Egyptian, Asatru (Norse), Bantu, Buddhism, Celtic Druidism, Christianity, Coptic Christianity, Essenes, Gypsy, Hellenism (Greek), Hermeticism, Hinduism, Hottentot, Judaism, Kemetic, Mithraism, Pygmy, Rastafarian, Shamanic/Tribal religion, Sufi Islam, Theraputea, Wicca, Witchcraft, Zoarastrianism, and Zulu.

    annointings: Some world religions have used cannabis preparations (especially hashish oil) for religious annointings. These religions include ancient Egyptian, Buddhism, Christianity, Coptic Christianity, Gypsy (including Tarot), Hellenism (Greek), Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Kemetic, Mithraism, Shamanic/Tribal religion, Sufi, and Zoarastrianism.

    celebration: Many world religions have used cannabis for religious celebrations. Gypsy, Hinduism, Mithraism, Shamanic/Tribal religion, Shintoism, Wicca, Witchcraft, and ancient Egyptians (Kemetic) used cannabis to celebrate marriage.

    communing with the divine: Many world religions have used cannabis to commune with the divine. These religions include ancient Egyptian, Bantu, Buddhism, Christianity, Coptic Christianity, Dagga, Essene, Gypsy (including Tarot), Hellenism (Greek), Hermeticism, Hinduism, Hottentot, Islam, Judaism, Kemetic, Mithraism, Pygmy, Rastafarian, Shamanic/Tribal religion, Shintoism, Sufi, Wicca, Witchcraft, Zoarastrianism, and Zulu.

    dance and music: Some African and Asian religions have used cannabis for religious dance and music, including ancient Egyptian, Gypsy, Hellenism (Greek), Hinduism, Islam, Kemetic, Mithraism, Pygmy, Rastafarian, Shamanic/Tribal religion, Shintoism, Wicca, and Witchcraft. This use originated with the Pygmies and was part of Bes worship (the ancient Egyptians learned Bes worship from the Pygmies while trading for ivory and gold). Bes worship involved the use of belly dancing to tell religious myths, including the original version of the Garden of Eden myth.

    enlightenment: Many world religions have used cannabis to obtain divine enlightenment, including ancient Egyptian, Buddhism, Hellenism, Hinduism, Kemetic, Pygmy, Rastafarian, Shamanic/Tribal religion, Taoism, Wicca, Witchcraft, and Zoarastrianism.

    fire baptism: Fire baptism is a form of purification that serves the exact same purpose as water baptism. Fire baptism is performed with burned herbs, especially cannabis, jupier, and sage. Fire baptism using cannabis appeared in the Buddhist, Christian, Jewish, Mithraism, Wicca, Witchcraft, and Zoarastrian religions.

    initiation: There are a variety of initiation rituals using cannabis. Religions that have used cannabis for initiation in the priest(ess)hood include ancient Egyptian, Asatru (Norse), Bantu, Buddhism, Celtic Druidism, Christianity, Essene, Hellenism, Hermeticism, Hinduism, Judaism, Kemetic, Pygmy, Shamanic/Tribal religion, and Zoarastrianism. Religions that have used cannabis for passage of life initiation (such as entry into adulthood) include ancient Egyptian, Asatru (Norse), Buddhism, Coptic Christianity, Hellenism, Islam, Judaism, Kemetic, Mithraism, Pygmy, Shamanic/Tribal religion, Wicca, and Witchcraft.

    magick: Some world religions have used cannabis for magick, spells, ritual, and ceremony, including ancient Egyptian, Asatru (Norse), Assyrian, Australian, Babylonian, Brazilian, Canaanite, Celtic (Druidism), Chinese, Gypsy (including Tarot), Etruscan, Hellenism (Greek), Hermeticism, Kemetic, Mithraism, Persian, Polynesian, Pygmy, Roman, Shamanic/Tribal religion, Thai, Wicca, Witchcraft, Zoarastrianism, and Zulu.

    maintaining balance: Many world religions have used cannabis for maintaining ma’at, ki, or spiritual balance. These religions include ancient Egyptian, Buddhism, Gypsy (including Tarot), Hinduism, Kemetic, Taoism, Wicca, and Witchcraft.

    medicinal: Almost all world religions call upon their members to heal and care for the sick. Cannabis is the world’s safest and most useful medication. Today in California (and other U.S. states with medical marijuana laws), many farmers grow cannabis for cannabis buyers’ clubs and other methods of distributing vital medication to those in need.

    mysticism: There have been religions that incorporated cannabis into mysticism, including ancient Egyptian, Buddhism, Dagga, Gypsy (including Tarot), Hellenism, Hinduism, Hottentot, Islam, Judaism (including Kabbalah), Kemetic, Mithraism, Rastafarian, Shamanic/Tribal religion, Sufi, Taoism, Wicca, Witchcraft, Zoarastrianism, and Zulu.

    nutrition: Almost all world religions call upon their members to provide for the poor. Cannabis is one of the fastest growing and most complete food sources in the world. Some farmers grow cannabis for food.

    sacrament: many world religions have used cannabis in thier sacraments (both sacraments exclusive to the priest(ess)hood and sacraments where the public partakes), including ancient Egyptian, Asatru (Norse), Bantu, Buddhism, Celtic Druidism, Christianity, Coptic Christianity, Essenes, Gypsy, Hellenism (Greek), Hermeticism, Hinduism, Hottentot, Judaism, Kemetic, Mithraism, Pygmy, Rastafarian, Shamanic/Tribal religion, Sufi, Theraputea, Wicca, Witchcraft, Zoarastrianism, and Zulu.

    sacred sexuality: Many world religions have used cannabis for sacred sexuality, including ancient Egyptian, Buddhism, Gypsy (including Tarot), Hellenism, Hinduism, Kemetic, Mithraism, Pygmy, Shamanic/Tribal religion, Shintoism, Tantra, Taoism, Wicca, and Witchcraft.

See also cannabis and guide to cannabis religion.

See also legally valid religion.

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