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  ·  4 months ago (edited)

Awesome … קנה בשם (qaneh bosem, often spelled kaneh bosem)

It has taken a very long time … but people who can speak and read Hebrew and Aramaic know that Kaneh Bosm is the main ingredient in the Anointing oil used to heal the sick and raise the dead…

Take the finest spices: of liquid myrrh five hundred shekels, and of sweet-smelling cinnamon half as much, that is, two hundred and fifty, and of aromatic cane (Kaneh Bosm) two hundred and fifty. (Exodus 30:23, RSV)

The passage above lists the ingredients in the “holy anointing oil” that was to be used by the priests to anoint the tabernacle and the priesthood. This topic may be a little controversial, but I think it is an important one as a lot of people have asked me over the years if the Hebrew phrase קנה בשם (qaneh bosem, often spelled kaneh bosem), translated as “aromatic cane” in the verse above, is a Biblical Hebrew phrase for cannabis, also called marijuana or hemp.



We are going to be bringing this to America, in the style of the Pre-Snake Oil Salesman, Pre-FDA market, as in bring in the Herbs from everywhere, this was already happening then and slowed down most recognizably as Marijuana Prohibition, but in all areas, and has almost been lost.

  ·  4 months ago (edited)

Everyone can just grow their own plants here in Canada. Thanks to Trudeau

America needs Religious use, the OAS looks at Canada as the Template though.

  ·  4 months ago (edited)

It should not be used by everyone though … See Exodus / Shemot 30

32It shall not be poured upon human flesh, and according to its formula you shall not make anything like it. It is holy; it shall be holy to you.
33Any person who compounds anything like it or puts any of it on an alien shall be cut off from his people.' "


37And the incense that you make, you shall not make for yourselves according to its formula; it shall be holy to you for the Lord.

Any person who makes anything like it, to smell it[s fragrance], shall be cut off from his people.


What exactly do you consider to be Kaneh Bossem? Until recently Sativa was the mist common in Greek/Roman areas and Indica was the Psychedelic Indian variety. So then we probably need to actually like get into all of this, do you want to start to do that. We can start a larger discussion on the Platform.

Making Smells would be then to be part of a Tradition, if I were to make a Smell somehow to go out and sell it in the Ancient World, it would look different than Terpene blends today, but a lot of this now is all merged. Hemp with Terpenes, not for the Smell necessarily. And all of this probably can be summarized in a Djed concept, the Fiber, the Oil, the Fragrances, the Resins, all of it, is important to the Dead. But then if we take Candles and Soap for example, they both include Molecules being otherwise formed than are natural. So it's not a restriction on alteration I wouldn't think, just on things like K2. All the crazy Indoles. But also maybe like a Smell based argument. I would think all of the came from Angels to people from God, with larger cultural implications in mind, and not just a random Shunning ritual. It was like "If this is replaced, it would hurt everyone, but will actually cut the network away from that person".

  ·  4 months ago (edited)

I’m not sure what the original Kaneh Bosm was … a strain of hemp with high CBD or Cannabis with High THC ? It was something special that could heal the sick and raise the dead. I don’t think we have found it yet … or we could cure all disease and raise the dead

In the 1960s, archeologists discovered an ancient shrine, dating to the 6th Century B.C., and were located about 30 miles west of the Dead Sea. At the time, residue on the altar showed that animal fat, dung and frankincense were burnt on the altar, but analyses of a dark material on the altar proved inconclusive. In 2020, scientists using modern laboratory devices, were able to analyze the dark material and was found to be Cannabis, with enough THC content to induce an altered state of consciousness by breathing in its fumes.

In conclusion, this is what we can say about the term qaneh bosem.

The Hebrew phrase qaneh bosem can be defined as “an aromatic resinous reed plant” and is descriptive of the cannabis plant.

Just as the word “cinnamon” is derived from a Semitic origin; it is possible that “cannabis” is also of Semitic origin.
Cannabis was known and used in the Near East at the time of the Hebrew people.
These are the facts concerning the Hebrew phrase qaneh bosem and as you can tell, there is no way to definitively say that it was, or was not, Cannabis. All that can be said is that it is possible.


The Humans are using Hemp for a lot of things now, I am showing everyone how to make everything work differently, but how it used to. Have you read the Hemp guides. This is getting very Biblical in Texas.