Diverse Sanctuary & Designing Your World!

This is personal, I am a patient who has been criminalized for trying to see my
son grow up, for wanting to stand beside him, and for choosing life over
addictive, damaging, mind altering prescription narcotics…

Who believes God = “Ya” knew what he was doing, when he causeth the herb to
grow for “the service of man …” Psalms 104:14-15

And when he listed cannabis in a recipe for “an oil holy anointment, an ointment
compound after the art of apothecary” Exodus 30:22-29

The word was mistranslated from the original Hebrew text into English {in order
to control the masses} as “calamus” the Torah shows us this and have been
proven this by evidence.

The bible even predicts it’s prohibition. Look at Gen 1:12, 1:29-31 then look at 1
Timothy 4:1-3 Look at Mat. 15:11 ; Romans 14:14,17 or Ezekiel 34:29, just some of
what the word has to say on the issue…

There is a lot more on the subject. This is a plant that provides milk, meat of the
highest protein on the face of the earth, oil, paper, cloth, wood, plastic, soap,
rubber, rope, gasoline, medicine, and the list goes on…

While it creates a closed carbon cycle when used for fuel… Cleans and restores
toxic soil, filters and cleans toxic ground water, and restores the ozone layer
while it is grown.

Talk about servicing man !

God = “YA – YAH” knew what he was doing.

Did you know ???

Our Constitution was written on Hemp

and it says “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion,
or prohibiting the free exercise thereof…”

Will You Stand on the truth ?

The bible speaks of mercy and healing.

That we are “destroyed for our lack of knowledge…” Hosea 4:6, 6:6

That Gods children are persecuted, look at Psalms 119:86 and then warns us
against passing judgment on others. John 8:7 & Mat. 7:1-4

Yeshuwa who came to be known to the world as Christ Jesus = Anti Christ who’s
name they changed/stole and who’s story they twisted = manipulation = Witch
Craft. Broke “their law” to heal the blind and crippled and he was persecuted
and then CRUCIFIED for it.

JUST A FEW OF MY THOUGHTS…

and SOME FACTS…

Much Peace & Love…
SINCERELY
Mary Thomas-Spears, MINISTER formally & formerly known as “Rev. Mary” a title
of the World’s Council of Churches which I have since denounced, due to their
IDOLATRY .

*-~ Kaneh bosem = Cannabis~-*
thelivingtorah.jpg & Illustration from Torah

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Exodus 30, verses 22 – 30

Anointing Oil

22 Then the LORD said to Moses, 23 “Take the following fine spices: 500 shekels
of liquid myrrh, half as much (that is, 250 shekels) of fragrant cinnamon, 250
shekels of fragrant cane, 24 500 shekels of cassia – all according to the sanctuary
shekel – and a hin of olive oil. 25 Make these into a sacred anointing oil, a
fragrant blend, the work of a perfumer. It will be the sacred anointing oil. . . .

30 “Anoint Aaron and his sons and consecrate them so they may serve me as
priests.”

The chief unit of weight was the SHEKEL, called also the holy shekel or shekel of
the sanctuary; subdivided into the beka (i.e. half ), and the gerah (i.e. a grain ).

WEIGHTS IN THE BIBLE

MEASURE
SYSTEM EQUIVALENT
APPROX. METRIC EQUIVALENTS
APPROX. U.S. EQUIVALENTS

gerah
1/20 shekel
0.5 g
1/15 oz.

beka
10 gerahs, 1/2 shekel
5 g.
3/16 oz.

pim
1 1/2 bekas, 3/4 shekel
7 g.
1/4 oz.

shekel
2 bekas, 1 1/2 pims
10 g
1/2 oz.

mina
75 pims, 50 shekels
500 g
1 lb.

talent
60 minas, 3000 shekels
30 kg
66 lbs.

http://www.spiritrestoration.org/Church/Research%20History%20and%20Great%20L
inks/

Converted into today’s measurements:

liquid myrrh 500 shekels 5.75 kg (12.68 lbs)
cassia 500 shekels 5.75 kg (12.68 lbs)
cinnamon leaf 250 shekels 2.875 kg (6.34 lbs)
cannabis flowers 250 shekels 2.875 kg (6.34 lbs)
olive oil 1 hin 6.5 liters (1.72 gallons)

In the traditional method, all of these ingredients would have been mixed with
water and then boiled until all the water evaporated. The oil was then strained
and ready for use.

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Myrrh Gum

Myrrh has many medicinal uses. In ancient times it was used for cleaning wounds
and sores. As late as the 19th century it was given as a treatment for worms,
coughs, colds, sore throats, asthma, indigestion, bad breath, gum disease, and
gonorrhea. Today it is still a common ingredient in toothpaste and mouthwash.

Until the invention of morphine and other modern painkillers, myrrh was a
common analgesic. In ancient times it was often mixed with wine to make the
drink more potent (Clarke’s Commentary – Prov 9:4-5).

As was the custom among the Jews, Christ was offered “wine mingled with
myrrh” to ease the pains of the cross. However, He refused to drink it (Mk 15:23).

Today myrrh may be used in toothpastes, mouthwashes, cosmetics, and food
flavorings

—Medicinal Action and Uses—Astringent, healing. Tonic and stimulant. A direct
emmenagogue, a tonic in dyspepsia, an expectorant in the absence of feverish
symptoms, a stimulant to the mucous tissues, a stomachic carminative, exciting
appetite and the flow of gastric juice, and an astringent wash.

It is used in chronic catarrh, phthisis pulmonalis, chlorosis, and in amenorrhoea
is often combined with aloes and iron. As a wash it is good for spongy gums,
ulcerated throat and aphthous stomatitis, and the tincture is also applied to foul
and indolentulcers. It has been found helpful in bronchorrhoea and leucorrhoea.
It has also been used as a vermifuge.

Myrrh is a common ingredient of toothpowders, and is used with borax in
tincture, with other ingredients, as a mouth-wash.

The Compound Tincture, or Horse Tincture, is used in veterinary practice for
healing wounds.
Meetiga, the trade-name of Arabian Myrrh, is more brittle and gummy than that of
Somaliland and has not its white markings.

The liquid Myrrh, or Stacte, spoken of by Pliny, and an ingredient of Jewish holy
incense, was formerly obtainable and greatly valued, but cannot now be
identified.

Cassia – Cinnamon Bark Oil (cinnamonum cassia)

—Medicinal Action and Uses—Carminative, astringent, stimulant, antiseptic;
more powerful as a local than as a general stimulant; is prescribed in powder
and infusion but usually combined with other medicines. It stops vomiting,
relieves flatulence, and given with chalk and astringents is useful for diarrhea
and hemorrhage of the womb.

Cinnamon leaf oil (cinnamonum zeylanicum)

—Medicinal Action and Uses—Stomachic, carminative, mildly astringent, said to
be emmenagogue and capable of decreasing the secretion of milk. The tincture
is useful in uterine hemorrhage and menorrhagia, the doses of 1 drachm being
given every 5, 10 or 20 minutes as required. It is chiefly used to assist and flavor
other drugs, being helpful in diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and to relieve
flatulence.

The oil is a powerful germicide, but being very irritant is rarely used in medicine
for this purpose. It is a strong local stimulant, sometimes prescribed in
gastro-dynia, flatulent colic, and gastric debility.

—Poisons and Antidotes—It was found that 6 drachms of the oil would kill a
moderately sized dog in five hours, and 2 drachms in forty hours, inflammation of
the gastro-intestinal mucous membrane being observed.

Olive oil

—Medicinal Action and Uses—The leaves are astringent and antiseptic.
Internally, a decoction of 2 handsful boiled in a quart of water until reduced to
half a pint has been used in the Levant in obstinate fevers. Both leaves and bark
have valuable febrifugal qualities.

The oil is a nourishing demulcent and laxative. Externally, it relieves pruritis, the
effects of stings or burns, and is a good vehicle for liniments. With alcohol it is a
good hair-tonic. As a lubricant it is valuable in skin, muscular, joint, kidney and
chest complaints, or abdominal chill, typhoid and scarlet fevers, plague and
dropsies. Delicate babies absorb its nourishing properties well through the skin.
Its value in worms or gallstones is uncertain.

Internally, it is a laxative and disperser of acids, and a mechanical antidote to
irritant poisons. It is often used in enemas. It is the best fat for cooking, and a
valuable article of diet for both sick and healthy of all ages. It can easily be taken
with milk, orange or lemon juice, etc.

Cannabis

—Medicinal Action and Uses—The principal use of Hemp in medicine is for
easing pain and inducing sleep, and for a soothing influence in nervous
disorders. It does not cause constipation nor affect the appetite like opium. It is
useful in neuralgia, gout, rheumatism, delirium tremens, insanity, infantile
convulsions, insomnia, etc.

The tincture helps parturition, and is used in senile catarrh, gonorrhoea,
menorrhagia, chronic cystitis and all painful urinary affections. An infusion of the
seed is useful in after pains and prolapsus uteri. The resin may be combined
with ointments, oils or chloroform in inflammatory and neuralgic complaints.

The action is almost entirely on the higher nerve centers. It can produce an
exhilarating intoxication, with hallucinations, and is widely used in Eastern
countries as an intoxicant, hence its names ‘leaf of delusion,’ ‘increaser of
pleasure,’ ‘cementer of friendship,’ etc. The nature of its effect depends much on
the nationality and temperament of the individual. It is regarded as dangerous to
sleep in a field of hemp owing to the aroma of the plants.

_____________________________________

Recipe for the Holy Anointing Oil.

This is the recipe I have used. It is not exactly the same recipe that is listed in
Exodus, it has only one ounce of marijuana instead of fifteen ounces. However,
this recipe has been used on human beings and used with prayer, worked to
relieve pain. I have used this on a man suffering from Aids, another man with
severe upper back pain from a pinched nerve, on a woman with severe lower
back pain associated with her monthlys, on a man suffering from rheumatoid
arthritis and on myself for various pains and abrasions.

1 pint Organic Sesame Seed oil

1 pint Organic Olive Oil

.06 oz Cinnamon bark oil (Cassia) (1 eighth of a .5 oz bottle)

.06 oz Cinnamon leaf oil (1 eighth of a .5 oz bottle)

1 oz of Myrrh Gum

1 oz of Marijuana

This produces an oil that is much less powerful then the original recipe as 2
pints of oil, or one quart of oil, in the original recipe would have 15 ounces of
marijuana flowers, not the 1 ounce I have used. All these ingredients except for
the marijuana are available at the local health food store here in Fayetteville,
Arkansas.

You need a cooking pot and a Pyrex 4 cup measuring cup. Use a cooking pot
with a liner/separator so that the container you cook the oil in is lifted off the
bottom of the cooking pot. You need a candy thermometer that will clip onto the
side of the pot. You need enough Canola oil to use as the heat transfer medium
in the cooking pot.

Place the pint of Sesame Seed oil in the container with the shredded Marijuana
and the Myrrh Gum.

Place the jar into the cooking pot, on top of the liner/separator.

Place the Canola oil into the cooking pot up to within 3 inches of the top of the
pot – or to the same level of the Sesame Seed oil in the jar – whichever is less.

Wrap Aluminum foil around the cooking pot lip and crumple it so that the space
between the cooking pot and the jar is covered with the foil. This helps cut down
on oil fumes and reduces fire hazard from the hot oil. Use an electric stove or
hotplate – never use any kind of open flame for this cooking.

Place the candy thermometer thru the foil and clip it onto the side of the cooking
pot so that the sensing tip is immersed in the Canola oil. The Canola oil transfers
heat from the stove to the jar at higher temperatures then boiling water at 212
degrees. You want to cook the oil for one hour at 300 degrees. This extracts the
active ingredients from the Marijuana and dissolves the Myrrh gum into the oil.

Remove from the heat and allow it to cool. The glass container is very fragile; do
not mess with it until it cools to skin temperature or it will break and you will lose
that lot of oil.

Strain the oil / herb mixture thru a cloth and discard the solids.

Add the Olive oil, Cinnamon Bark (Cassia) oil and the Cinnamon leaf oil to the
cooked Anointing Oil and bottle. Store the Anointing Oil in the refrigerator in a
dark colored bottle. Decant into smaller jars for use.

Rev. Tom Brown,

First Church of the Magi

P.O. Box 2827

Fayetteville, Arkansas 72702

revtombrown@hotmail.com

http://www.firstchurchmagi.org

Exodus 30, verses 22 – 30
Holy Anointing Oil

REFERENCE FROM; Cannabis and Christianity; Cannabis Central
http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendID=12384142&bl
ogID=60229867

As doubtful as the following hypothesis might first seem to the reader, I might as
well boldly state my case right from the start: either Jesus used marijuana or he
was not the Christ. The very word “Christ”, by the implication of its linguistic
origins and true meaning, gives us the most profound evidence that Jesus did in
fact use the same herb as his ancient semitic ancestors, and which is still used
by people around the world for its enlightening and healing properties.

The Greek title “Christ” is the translation of the Hebrew word Messiah, which in
English becomes “The Anointed” D . The Messiah was recognized as such by his
being anointed with the holy anointing oil, the use of which was restricted to the
instillation of Hebrew priests and kings ( See CC#5). If Jesus was not initiated in
this fashion then he was not the Christ, and had no official claim to the title.
D The title “Messiah” is much older than Christianity, as all the ancient kings of
Israel are referred to as the “Messiah”. “Christos – Anointed One, a title of many
Middle-Eastern sacrificial gods: Attis, Adonis, Tammuz, Osiris. . .” 12

The ancient recipe for this anointing oil, recorded in the Old Testament book of
Exodus (30: 22-23) included over nine pounds of flowering cannabis tops,
Hebrew “kaneh-bosm” B, extracted into a hind (about 6.5 litres) of olive oil, along
with a variety of other herbs and spices. The ancient chosen ones were literally
drenched in this potent cannabis holy oil.
B The “m” is a pronounced plural, and the singular kaneh-bos sounds
remarkably similar to the modern cannabis. Although often mistranslated as
“calamus”, the word has been translated as “fragrant-cane” in most modern
bibles, and specifically designates the fragrant flowering tops of cannabis.

From the time of Moses until that of the later prophet Samuel, the holy anointing
oil was used by the shamanic Levite priesthood to receive the “revelations of
the Lord”. At the dawn of the age of Kings, Samuel extended the use of the
anointing oil to the Hebraic monarchs by anointing Saul (and later David) as
“Messiah-king”. These kings lead their people with the benefit of insights
achieved through using the holy anointing oil to become “possessed with the
spirit of the Lord.”

“Anointing was common among kings of Israel . It was the sign and symbol of
royalty. The word ‘Messiah’ signifies the ‘Anointed One’, and none of the kings of
Israel were styled the Messiah unless anointed.” 1 The title was clearly only
given to those “having the crown of God’s unction upon them” (Leviticus 21:12).

After the fall of the Jewish kingdoms, and the bloody purges following the forged
discovery of the Book of the Law (1 Kings 23), the cannabis holy oil was
prohibited as associated with pagan worship. Yet it seems that certain sects
retained the topical entheogen, and continued to practice the older religion,
silently awaiting the return of a Messiah-king in the line of David.

The ministry of Jesus marked the return of the Jewish Messiah-kings, and thus
the re-emergence of the holy oil. Jesus was called the Christ because he
violated the Old Testament taboo on the cannabis oil and distributed it freely for
initiation rites and to heal the sick and wounded.

Although there is some evidence of Jesus’ use of this Judaic cannabis oil in the
traditional New Testament, we get a clearer picture of its importance when we
also look at surviving Gnostic documents. The term Gnostic, meaning
“knowledge”, refers to a variety of early Christian sects which had extremely
different beliefs about both Jesus and his teachings than those which have
come down to us through modern Christianity.

Other Christian Sources

For the first four hundred years after Jesus’ birth, the term “Christian” was used
to describe a wide variety of sects and a large volume of different documents.
Through the acceptance of one of the more ascetic branches of Christianity by
the Roman ruling class, Christianity eventually became the state religion of its
former persecutors.

In an effort to unify the faith into a controllable mass, the newly formed Roman
Catholic Church held a number of councils. These councils prohibited not only
pagans, but also differing Christian sects, and edited a wealth of Christian
literature down to the few meager documents which have survived as the
modern New Testament. Z
Z The New Testament in its present form was composed and edited between
367-397AD, about twelve generations after the events in question.

In an attempt to save their manuscripts from the editorial flames of the Roman
Catholic Church, certain Christian s, now considered Gnostic heretics, hid
copies of their scrolls in caves. One of these ancient hiding places was
rediscovered in our own century, and the large collection of early Christian
documents was named the Nag Hamadi Library, 2 after the Egyptian area where it
was found. Prior to this discovery, what little was known of the Gnostics came
from a few fragmentary texts, and the many polemics written against them by the
founders of the Catholic Church.

There is no reason to consider these ancient Gnostic documents as less
accurate portrayals of the life and teachings of Jesus than the New Testament
accounts. In a sense, the rediscovery of the Nag Hamadi Library marks the
resurrection of a more historical Jesus, an ecstatic rebel sage who preached
enlightenment through rituals involving magical plants, and who is more
analogous to the Indian Shiva, or the Greek Dionysus, than the pious ascetic that
has come down to us through the Bible’s New Testament.

The Anointed One

Contrary to the depiction given in the New Testament gospels of Matthew and
Luke, Jesus was likely not born as the Messiah. He received this title through
his initiation by John the Baptist, and so it is not surprising that both Mark and
John are conspicuously absent of the virgin-birth mythology, and begin their
stories of Jesus’ short career with his initiation by John.

Although their version of Jesus’ baptism by John describes it as involving
submersion under water, the term “baptism” has connotations of “initiation”, and
Gnostic scriptures indicate that the original rite was performed in conjunction
with the kaneh-bosm anointing rite, “the anointing taking place either before or
after the baptismal ceremony.”3 Some Gnostic texts also specifically state that
Jesus received the title Christ “because of the anointing,”4 not because of a
water baptism.

Conceivably, the washing off of the oil with water would have been a means to
begin the termination of ritual and the oil’s effects.

The description of the after-effects of the rite clearly indicates that Jesus
underwent an intense psychological experience, more than one would receive
from a simple submersion in water.

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Comments on: "I am Rev. Mary Thomas Spears…" (1)

  1. I just wanted to take a moment to post a little about my friendship with Mary Spears.
    I met her in 2005 in Kettering Ohio at Tonya Davis‘ home where we took to the streets
    in Cincinnati and various other parts of Ohio to try and obtain signatures for the
    upcoming election which Tonya Davis was preparing for.

    Since then I have come to know her quite well and appreciate what she knows and what she stands for.

    She has made a difference in this world, and in Kentucky as well. Rev. Mary, as she is affectionately called,
    was involved with the implementation of the “Marijuana Tax Stamp” in Kentucky. She has also fought a court case
    in Kentucky based on “the lesser of two evils” defense with the help of Gatewood Galbraith as her attorney.

    I am proud to be associated with her and all of her knowledge!

    God Bless,

    Sheree Krider

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