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Michael and Marijuana

  • on: September 10, 2010, 12:00:46 AM
So a couple bags of pot were found at Michael Jackson's home after he died, huh?

Wasn't that reported?

This could mean one of two things: either he really died and really had marijuana hidden away, which could be. Or he faked his death and planted the marijuana as a clue for us. Either way, it is likely that Michael liked marijuana.

So I decided to look up the benefits of marijuana. Why would Michael be using it or be wanting us to think he was using it?

The Physical benefits of marijuana are far-reaching, widespread, and long-term. Because of the way marijuana impacts the Autonomic Nervous System which expands the breath and relaxes the body, its potential for health and healing are enormous, and have been completely unrealized by Western Medicine. The following passages are excerpted from The Benefits of Marijuana: Physical, Psychological, & Spiritual:

  Marijuana ingestion has been shown to change the worried state by producing alpha waves, experienced as well being. (p. 36)

          When we ingest marijuana, the heart swells through capillary enhancement and is fueled more by more fully oxygenated blood, while, at the same time, its contractions and expansions are greater, allowing for stronger pumping action to the rest of the body (p. 37)

          As rigidity in the body is released or reduced by the action of marijuana, there is a corresponding reduction of mental tension that translates into a feeling of expansion and well being and explains the reverential attitude commonly expressed by marijuana lovers. (p. 39)

          As the body’s workings can become more harmonious with marijuana, the functioning of the five senses can be noticeably improved ....In our discussion, the trigger to the high experience is marijuana, but many other activities can also produce it, such as jogging, chanting, fasting, isolation, meditation, and prayer. (p. 41)

          The marijuana experience itself does not miraculously cure. Instead, it allows the body a respite from the tensions of imbalance, while exposing the mental confusion of the mind. The marijuana experience of balance becomes a learned and, over time, somewhat permanent response as the essential human tendency to homeostasis is reawakened and the natural healing process restored. (p. 49)
 Natural feelings of expansion that correspond to favorable perceptions, such as a sense of accomplishment, are experiences common to us all, What makes marijuana unique and beneficial is its ability to summon these states of well-being at will (p. 44) We might suggest that those hundreds of millions of people around the world who face marijuana to experience higher levels of life, do so specifically because of the great import they ascribe to being “ high,”  i.e., feeling better, happier, more expansive, and therefore more tolerant and compassionate. (p. 4545)
SPIRITUAL BENEFITS

That which enlivens is understood as the SPIRIT. In these times of secular values, when the life force is not recognized as being an expression of the holy, when in fact, the notion of a plane of existence beyond the material is not acknowledged, the search for meaning nevertheless perseveres.
It appears as if society, as well as the programmed, individual mind, needs to hold in check the notion that we love our neighbor as ourselves. There is no way that we can love our neighbor as ourselves, nor any way that our economy can subscribe to a policy of cooperation, when the very life of business enterprise is dependent upon “profit first and foremost.” Cooperation within free enterprise is a difficult reality so long as “me first” remains the primary motivation. A neurotic society, with its deeply imbedded habit of maladaptive coping methods, is resistant to change. Marijuana can be of tremendous benefit in exposing the distorted perspectives responsible for social, class, and racial conflict It can open the “doors of perception,” and thereby after the very core of the personality, by allowing a view of the transcendent values of human life. (p. 57)
Today, in these darkest of times, hundreds of millions who pursue the journey inward to the universal core values, find that marijuana facilitates the search. As a religious sacrament, intuitively recognized by all for whom the sacred beckons, marijuana has been employed for thousands of years, crossing all geographical and ethnic barriers. Marijuana not only balances the body, and enhances our mental processes, it can also help (some of) us to perceive the abiding reality by raising our consciousness.


          Whereas marijuana results in an “altered state of consciousness,” the depressant drugs have been described as producing “altered states of unconsciousness” (Sugerman and Tarter), allowing for relaxation without awareness. (p.45)



          Marijuana exposes things. When used over a period of time, it allows us to witness our many subtle motives which, under normal consciousness, are usually not noticeable. (p 46)


Marijuana’s contribution to the developing spirit is cumulative. As bodily tensions are reduced mental fears dissolve, clearing the way to greater insight But, until the direct effect (physical balance) of marijuana on the body and the attendant side effect (high) of marijuana on the mind become familiar, the alterations themselves remain the focus of interest The “getting high” is the end in itself, rather than the understanding and insight that accrues a s the changed set becomes more a common. People who try marijuana and reject it do so usually because they feel uncomfortable and confused in altered, fuller consciousness. Instead of life being safely framed by the rigidity of the societal dogma, the wold becomes unfamiliarly bigger, brighter, fuller, yet less manageable, more unpredictable and full of mystery. A mind that has been bound and accustomed to a low charge or a selling without light very often finds the expansiveness of reality too highly energized. The light can be blinding and disorienting. Over time, and with regular intake, when these higher states of seeing are no longer the focal point of attention, a restructuring of values may emerge. (p. 72)

http://www.benefitsofmarijuana.com/benefits.php

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Don't know about you guys but I'm going to go smoke a doobie.  :D  :lol:
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Re: Michael and Marijuana

  • on: September 10, 2010, 12:20:46 AM
The bodyguards claimed that he inquired about it a couple of times when he was living in Vegas too.  I've thought that maybe he smoked some to try to sleep or calm his nerves.  I don't think he would have smoked very often though because it does affect the lungs, and as hard as he sings and dances, it wouldn't have been good for him.
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Re: Michael and Marijuana

  • on: September 10, 2010, 12:24:23 AM
Hey wait for me  ;)  :lol:
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Re: Michael and Marijuana

  • on: September 10, 2010, 12:29:07 AM
Quote from: "PeaceLoveHappiness"
The bodyguards claimed that he inquired about it a couple of times when he was living in Vegas too.  I've thought that maybe he smoked some to try to sleep or calm his nerves.  I don't think he would have smoked very often though because it does affect the lungs, and as hard as he sings and dances, it wouldn't have been good for him.

In comparison to other things, marijuana isn't really that bad for your lungs.
http://stopthedrugwar.org/speakeasy/200 ... lungs_toba

And I'm a singer and dancer, too. While my health is very important to me, I consider peaceful sleep and peace of mind to be a justifiable vice... ;)
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Re: Michael and Marijuana

  • on: September 10, 2010, 12:29:28 AM
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Hey wait for me  ;)  :lol:

Haha! Love it!  :D
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Re: Michael and Marijuana

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Re: Michael and Marijuana

  • on: September 10, 2010, 01:02:01 AM
Hmmmm I can't fully go against this at all so im thinking maybe just maybe he smoked it from time to time :?
Anyway here's an article about it :D

Search Of Michael Jackson's Home Uncovered Marijuana

 Police searched home, at family's urging, day after Jackson died.

 Though the report turned out to be false, police searched Michael Jackson 's rented Los Angeles-area home the day after the singer died based on a tip from unnamed members of the singer's family, who said they'd found what they thought was a bag of heroin in his bedroom.

 The substance tested negative for heroin, but The Associated Press  reports that the search did turn up several other drugs, including two bags of marijuana. It is unknown whom the pot belonged to, but the information — which came in an affidavit supporting a search warrant that was executed on June 26 — reveals that police combed through the rented Bel Air mansion three days earlier than any previously reported search.

 The search warrant was one of two unsealed on Thursday at the request of media outlets, though a judge ordered two others to remain sealed. The AP  reported that the warrants give an indication of how the police were directing their investigation into what killed the 50-year-old singer, noting that the one served on the Bel Air mansion on June 26 listed "PC 187," the California penal code for murder , in the box labeled "probable crime."

 In addition to the marijuana, the search turned up the generic form of Valium, 12 bottles of the sedative/insomnia drug temazepam and several other prescription drugs and empty medication vials, with a detective noting that Jackson's body showed signs of injections. The Los Angeles Times  reports that no signs of marijuana or other illegal drugs were found in Jackson's system in lab tests. The alleged tar heroin family members alerted police to in Jackson's master bedroom turned out to be moldy marijuana, but the discovery prompted officials to obtain a search warrant for Jackson's house for heroin, hypodermic needles, cutting agents, scales, balloons, condoms, razor blades, buyer lists, seller lists and other items associated with illicit drugs, the paper reports.

 No one has been charged in Jackson's death, though his personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, is reportedly at the center of a manslaughter investigation looking into drugs he may have prescribed or administered to Jackson. Murray's lawyer has denied he administered or supplied anything that "should have" killed the singer, though Murray reportedly told police that he gave Jackson a series of sedatives and anesthetics in the hours before his death  to combat the pop star's chronic insomnia.
 According to the affidavit, a search warrant for Murray's car turned up some documents but no additional drugs. It also states that the doctor spoke to detectives in the hospital after Jackson's death but only gave a brief summary of what happened and left the hospital despite detectives' objections.

http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/161977 ... obile=true
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Re: Michael and Marijuana

  • on: September 10, 2010, 01:09:33 AM
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The bodyguards claimed that he inquired about it a couple of times when he was living in Vegas too.  I've thought that maybe he smoked some to try to sleep or calm his nerves.  I don't think he would have smoked very often though because it does affect the lungs, and as hard as he sings and dances, it wouldn't have been good for him.

In comparison to other things, marijuana isn't really that bad for your lungs.
http://stopthedrugwar.org/speakeasy/200 ... lungs_toba

And I'm a singer and dancer, too. While my health is very important to me, I consider peaceful sleep and peace of mind to be a justifiable vice... ;)


Oh don't get me wrong, I have nothing against it at all.  I guess I was looking at it more from a habitual standpoint (which I don't think Michael would have done).  I believe the tar residue from marijuana is worse than cigarettes.  I think it has something to do with the fact that people tend to inhale marijuana deeper than cigarette smoke.  At a moderate level though I don't think it would have harmed Michael at all.  I hope it did give him peace of mind and help him sleep better.
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Re: Michael and Marijuana

  • on: September 10, 2010, 01:23:26 AM
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The bodyguards claimed that he inquired about it a couple of times when he was living in Vegas too.  I've thought that maybe he smoked some to try to sleep or calm his nerves.  I don't think he would have smoked very often though because it does affect the lungs, and as hard as he sings and dances, it wouldn't have been good for him.

In comparison to other things, marijuana isn't really that bad for your lungs.
http://stopthedrugwar.org/speakeasy/200 ... lungs_toba

And I'm a singer and dancer, too. While my health is very important to me, I consider peaceful sleep and peace of mind to be a justifiable vice... ;)


Oh don't get me wrong, I have nothing against it at all.  I guess I was looking at it more from a habitual standpoint (which I don't think Michael would have done).  I believe the tar residue from marijuana is worse than cigarettes.  I think it has something to do with the fact that people tend to inhale marijuana deeper than cigarette smoke.  At a moderate level though I don't think it would have harmed Michael at all.  I hope it did give him peace of mind and help him sleep better.

No no no. Cigarettes kill 100's of thousands of people a year. Marijuana, err, zero? Cigarettes are full of toxins, 400 or some insane number, toxins! as in 400 individual chemical compounds known to be toxic to humans. Marijuana, zero.

Interesting to note cigarettes are legal in the USA. Marijuana, not.

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Re: Michael and Marijuana

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According to Kathy O'Brien, a former mind-controlled sex slave for the gov, they would let slaves take all the drugs they wanted, except marijuana. Why? Because marijuana usage made it impossible to mind control them. It doesn't allow for the compartmentalization of the mind to take place.
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Re: Michael and Marijuana

  • on: September 10, 2010, 02:00:15 AM
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The bodyguards claimed that he inquired about it a couple of times when he was living in Vegas too.  I've thought that maybe he smoked some to try to sleep or calm his nerves.  I don't think he would have smoked very often though because it does affect the lungs, and as hard as he sings and dances, it wouldn't have been good for him.

In comparison to other things, marijuana isn't really that bad for your lungs.
http://stopthedrugwar.org/speakeasy/200 ... lungs_toba

And I'm a singer and dancer, too. While my health is very important to me, I consider peaceful sleep and peace of mind to be a justifiable vice... ;)


Oh don't get me wrong, I have nothing against it at all.  I guess I was looking at it more from a habitual standpoint (which I don't think Michael would have done).  I believe the tar residue from marijuana is worse than cigarettes.  I think it has something to do with the fact that people tend to inhale marijuana deeper than cigarette smoke.  At a moderate level though I don't think it would have harmed Michael at all.  I hope it did give him peace of mind and help him sleep better.

No no no. Cigarettes kill 100's of thousands of people a year. Marijuana, err, zero? Cigarettes are full of toxins, 400 or some insane number, toxins! as in 400 individual chemical compounds known to be toxic to humans. Marijuana, zero.

Interesting to note cigarettes are legal in the USA. Marijuana, not.

They Don't Care About Us.


Not trying to have a debate on this, but I am definitely more than aware as to how many people die from cigarettes annually.  I've seen it in my own family.  And yes, the toxins are absolutely awful!  I never said that anyone has died from marijuana smoking.  All I am saying is that some of the articles I've read on marijuana indicate that the tar can cause lung damage in habitual smokers.  Inhaling smoke of any kind habitually is bound to do lung damage in the long run.  I've spoken with people who smoke both marijuana and cigarettes and they claim that they inhale pot smoke deeper than cigarette smoke.  This is also a reason why it can actually help asthmatics when they feel an attack coming on.  As the person inhales deeply, it helps to open the bronchial tubes.  That came straight from a medical doctor.  I had to do some research on this for a class one time and as an asthmatic, this concept stuck with me.  Although I can't say that I have tried this remedy myself.  That's all I am trying to point out.
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Re: Michael and Marijuana

  • on: September 10, 2010, 02:22:53 AM
Apparantly you can drink it in tea and put into baked goods as well, but smoking into the lungs gets the full healing effect. My nephew is really into smoking the stuff, and likes it so much, says it stablizes his bi-polar issues, but unfortunately it has opened his mind to the money-governed world we live in, so he works only enough to scrape by, and creates music and reflects the rest of the time! :lol: His girlfriend works full time. Just imagine how aware of things we'd all be if we all smoked! :o
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Re: Michael and Marijuana

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Re: Michael and Marijuana

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Re: Michael and Marijuana

  • on: September 10, 2010, 07:18:29 AM
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Hmmmm I can't fully go against this at all so im thinking maybe just maybe he smoked it from time to time :?
Anyway here's an article about it :D

Search Of Michael Jackson's Home Uncovered Marijuana

 Police searched home, at family's urging, day after Jackson died.

 Though the report turned out to be false, police searched Michael Jackson 's rented Los Angeles-area home the day after the singer died based on a tip from unnamed members of the singer's family, who said they'd found what they thought was a bag of heroin in his bedroom.

 The substance tested negative for heroin, but The Associated Press  reports that the search did turn up several other drugs, including two bags of marijuana. It is unknown whom the pot belonged to, but the information — which came in an affidavit supporting a search warrant that was executed on June 26 — reveals that police combed through the rented Bel Air mansion three days earlier than any previously reported search.

 The search warrant was one of two unsealed on Thursday at the request of media outlets, though a judge ordered two others to remain sealed. The AP  reported that the warrants give an indication of how the police were directing their investigation into what killed the 50-year-old singer, noting that the one served on the Bel Air mansion on June 26 listed "PC 187," the California penal code for murder , in the box labeled "probable crime."

 In addition to the marijuana, the search turned up the generic form of Valium, 12 bottles of the sedative/insomnia drug temazepam and several other prescription drugs and empty medication vials, with a detective noting that Jackson's body showed signs of injections. The Los Angeles Times  reports that no signs of marijuana or other illegal drugs were found in Jackson's system in lab tests. The alleged tar heroin family members alerted police to in Jackson's master bedroom turned out to be moldy marijuana, but the discovery prompted officials to obtain a search warrant for Jackson's house for heroin, hypodermic needles, cutting agents, scales, balloons, condoms, razor blades, buyer lists, seller lists and other items associated with illicit drugs, the paper reports.

 No one has been charged in Jackson's death, though his personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, is reportedly at the center of a manslaughter investigation looking into drugs he may have prescribed or administered to Jackson. Murray's lawyer has denied he administered or supplied anything that "should have" killed the singer, though Murray reportedly told police that he gave Jackson a series of sedatives and anesthetics in the hours before his death  to combat the pop star's chronic insomnia.
 According to the affidavit, a search warrant for Murray's car turned up some documents but no additional drugs. It also states that the doctor spoke to detectives in the hospital after Jackson's death but only gave a brief summary of what happened and left the hospital despite detectives' objections.

http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/161977 ... obile=true

thought it took them a couple of days to search.
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Why not just tell people I'm an alien from Mars? Tell them I eat live chickens and do a voodoo dance at midnight. They'll believe anything you say, because you're a reporter. But if I, Michael Jackson, were to say, "I'm an alien from Mars and I eat live chickens and do a voodoo dance at midnight," people would say, "Oh, man, that Michael Jackson is nuts. He's cracked up. You can't believe a single word that comes out of his mouth."

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Re: Michael and Marijuana

  • on: September 10, 2010, 11:48:03 AM
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Apparantly you can drink it in tea and put into baked goods as well, but smoking into the lungs gets the full healing effect. My nephew is really into smoking the stuff, and likes it so much, says it stablizes his bi-polar issues, but unfortunately it has opened his mind to the money-governed world we live in, so he works only enough to scrape by, and creates music and reflects the rest of the time! :lol: His girlfriend works full time. Just imagine how aware of things we'd all be if we all smoked! :o

I can imagine...  ;)  :lol:

I think some people do take it overboard, like all things. I have friends who can't keep a job because they smoke pot all day long playing video games and eating pizza rolls and have no motivation to do much else. But I think that's just laziness, they probably wouldn't be able to keep a job anyway.
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Re: Michael and Marijuana

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According to Kathy O'Brien, a former mind-controlled sex slave for the gov, they would let slaves take all the drugs they wanted, except marijuana. Why? Because marijuana usage made it impossible to mind control them. It doesn't allow for the compartmentalization of the mind to take place.

This is 100% accurate. NO WONDER it's illegal in the US. Ticks me off.
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Re: Michael and Marijuana

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The bodyguards claimed that he inquired about it a couple of times when he was living in Vegas too.  I've thought that maybe he smoked some to try to sleep or calm his nerves.  I don't think he would have smoked very often though because it does affect the lungs, and as hard as he sings and dances, it wouldn't have been good for him.

In comparison to other things, marijuana isn't really that bad for your lungs.
http://stopthedrugwar.org/speakeasy/200 ... lungs_toba

And I'm a singer and dancer, too. While my health is very important to me, I consider peaceful sleep and peace of mind to be a justifiable vice... ;)


Oh don't get me wrong, I have nothing against it at all.  I guess I was looking at it more from a habitual standpoint (which I don't think Michael would have done).  I believe the tar residue from marijuana is worse than cigarettes.  I think it has something to do with the fact that people tend to inhale marijuana deeper than cigarette smoke.  At a moderate level though I don't think it would have harmed Michael at all.  I hope it did give him peace of mind and help him sleep better.

No no no. Cigarettes kill 100's of thousands of people a year. Marijuana, err, zero? Cigarettes are full of toxins, 400 or some insane number, toxins! as in 400 individual chemical compounds known to be toxic to humans. Marijuana, zero.

Interesting to note cigarettes are legal in the USA. Marijuana, not.

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Not trying to have a debate on this, but I am definitely more than aware as to how many people die from cigarettes annually.  I've seen it in my own family.  And yes, the toxins are absolutely awful!  I never said that anyone has died from marijuana smoking.  All I am saying is that some of the articles I've read on marijuana indicate that the tar can cause lung damage in habitual smokers.  Inhaling smoke of any kind habitually is bound to do lung damage in the long run.  I've spoken with people who smoke both marijuana and cigarettes and they claim that they inhale pot smoke deeper than cigarette smoke.  This is also a reason why it can actually help asthmatics when they feel an attack coming on.  As the person inhales deeply, it helps to open the bronchial tubes.  That came straight from a medical doctor.  I had to do some research on this for a class one time and as an asthmatic, this concept stuck with me.  Although I can't say that I have tried this remedy myself.  That's all I am trying to point out.

After smoking or ingesting marijuana some way, breathing patterns are slowed down and regulated to a deeper, fuller breath. This can be very healing and therapeutic for people with breathing issues as well as people like me with anxiety disorders. I've had problems with anxiety since I was a kid, having to deal with panic attacks and feelings of worry CONSTANTLY. I used to be addicted to the anti-anxiety drug Xanax that I was prescribed. I cannot even tell you guys how difficult that time of my life was. The xanax helped the anxiety but it made me feel like a zombie. I felt stupid, couldn't think straight and just wanted to sleep all the time. A tolerance is built up very quickly, so I was always having to up my dosage. A friend of mine noticed that my need for it was getting out of hand, so I decided to ween myself off of it - what a nightmare! Literally - had nightmares everynight...headaches, nasuea, depression, you name it.

Long story short, I prescribed myself something that not only took care of my anxiety, but led me to the conclusion that I will never take cancer-causing medication again  :lol:

The law can kiss my butt.
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Re: Michael and Marijuana

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Re: Michael and Marijuana

  • on: September 10, 2010, 12:58:37 PM
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Apparantly you can drink it in tea and put into baked goods as well, but smoking into the lungs gets the full healing effect. My nephew is really into smoking the stuff, and likes it so much, says it stablizes his bi-polar issues, but unfortunately it has opened his mind to the money-governed world we live in, so he works only enough to scrape by, and creates music and reflects the rest of the time! :lol: His girlfriend works full time. Just imagine how aware of things we'd all be if we all smoked! :o

I'm also bipolar and create music in my leisure time aside from my job, which is not full time but gives me flexible hours and free time.
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Re: Michael and Marijuana

  • on: September 10, 2010, 01:09:31 PM
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Apparantly you can drink it in tea and put into baked goods as well, but smoking into the lungs gets the full healing effect. My nephew is really into smoking the stuff, and likes it so much, says it stablizes his bi-polar issues, but unfortunately it has opened his mind to the money-governed world we live in, so he works only enough to scrape by, and creates music and reflects the rest of the time! :lol: His girlfriend works full time. Just imagine how aware of things we'd all be if we all smoked! :o

I'm also bipolar and create music in my leisure time aside from my job, which is not full time but gives me flexible hours and free time.

I'm the same, I don't know if I'm bipolar but with my anxiety issues it can seem like it. I work ALL the time but I love my jobs. I have this one (which is so easy, clearly since I'm on the forum all day long  :lol: ) and then I'm also a massage therapist, just helping people relax and feel good :D  I also create music, poetry, and stories in my free time as well as read (I do read other things besides this forum believe it or not :lol: ). So many people "live to work" as opposed to "work to live". I work just so I can pay my bills and participate in society, although I totally wouldn't be opposed to living in the wilderness and saying SCREW SOCIETY!  :lol:
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Re: Michael and Marijuana

  • on: September 10, 2010, 02:56:18 PM
I have tryed and tryed on here to tell everyone that MJ is freeing the MJ. Who is the girl he always talked about. What girl is Invincible? What girl is dangerous? Should we trust MJ over morphine? You bet! Strange disease with no cure, HAHA he said.   "MJ" Michael the archangel reveals and is the trumpet blower for the tree of life. I know the redirects sometimes go to bible verses. Can anyone disprove any of these verses or information. Just remember its a demonstration for freedom. What is in prison that must be freed? "MJ" The part of the message we keep failing to see. He didn't have all these tons of sorcery pharmacy drugs in his house just for giggles. Pure Genius!! But really just one who let God guide him down that straight and narrow!

Is it really true that the leaves of the tree are for the healing of the nations? (Revelation 22:2) Is it really true that the leaves are for medicine? (Ezekiel 47:12) Is it really true that the anointing oil breaks the yoke of our bondage? (Isaiah 10:27) Is it really true that Jesus taught his apostles to anoint the sick with oil? (Mark 6:13) Is it really true that a plant God gave us that has tons of potential to do good isn't allowed due to greed, hate, and racism? Is it really true that Matthew 7:18 says A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, nor can a bad tree bear good fruit. Is it really true that the field is wasted and the oil fails? (Joel 1:10) Is it true that oil might be a desirable treasure for a wise man? (Proverbs 21:20) Is it true that God will raise up for us a plant of renown? (Ezekiel 34:29) Is it true that if we obey and overcome that we are allowed to eat of the tree of life? (Revelation 2:7) Is it true that God told us a certain leaf would fade? (Jeremiah 8:13) Is it true that Jeremiah also said the herbs would wither? (Jeremiah 12:4) Is it true that prohibition against certain meats or herbs angers the Lord? (I Timothy 4:1-11) Is it really true that we are to study to show thyself approved? ( II Timothy 2:15) Is it really true that God made all herbs that yield seed and said that they are good? (Genesis 1:11-12, 29-30) Is it really true that your cup runs over once anointed with oil? (Psalm 23:5) Is it true that the wise men brought oil "the gold" to the birth of Jesus? (Matthew 2:11) Is it true that Jesus wants us to buy his gold? (Revelation 3:18) Is it really true that best medicine ever is the anointing oil? (Exodus 30:22-25) Is it true that James wrote to anoint the sick with the oil of the Lord? (James 5:14) Is it true that the anointing teaches us? (I John 2:20-27) Is it really true that the herb is for the service of men? (Psalm 104:14-15) Is it true that Jesus taught us to observe ALL things he taught? (Matthew 28:20) Is it true that oil was brought to the tomb where Jesus lay? (Mark 16:1, Luke 24:1, John 19:39-40) Is it true that the ones who does His commandments will have the right to the tree of life? (Revelation 22:14) Is it really true that we are deceived by sorcery and that sorcery is PHARMAKIA in original Hebrew language? (Revelation 18:23) Is it really true that the ointment of the Lord heals wounds, bruises, sores plus much more? (Isaiah 1:6) Is it true that sweet calamus,fragrant cane, fragrant calamus, aromatic cane, sweet smelling cane all translate out in original Hebrew to Kaneh-Bosm? Is it true that Kaneh-Bosm is the Hebrew world for Cannabis or Hemp Blossoms which was used in the anointing oil that was so broadly talked about in the Holy Bible but is silent in the Church today? Is it really true that cannabis is a plant that grows from a seed that God said was good? IT IS TRUE THAT THE FRUIT HEALS AND NOT KILLS!!!!GOD BLESS EVERYONE!!!!!! It is truly time to stand up and be bold about the Word of God and doing what he has commanded and demonstrated to us. We must wake up and realize the gift that we waste. There is no more time to waste. There is no longer no excuse for lack of knowledge. We are destroyed for lack of knowledge! ( Hosea 4:6) The cures to these diseases come from the Word and are wrote clear right between the pages of Scripture. Is it true that we are not being persecuted today because of our omission to do the things that Jesus did teach and command us to do? Faith is action that takes courage to use the knowledge given to obtain wisdom! All things are possible with GOD!
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Re: Michael and Marijuana

  • on: September 10, 2010, 03:13:51 PM
Someone very close to me is addicted to pot and skunk we have a lot of problems with him he is paranoid and thinks everybody and I mean everybody is out to kill him I now feel his brain is wrecked it is terrible you can talk calmly to him and think everything is ok then the next day he asks why you gave him the secret messages of killing him
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Re: Michael and Marijuana

  • on: September 10, 2010, 03:27:34 PM
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According to Kathy O'Brien, a former mind-controlled sex slave for the gov, they would let slaves take all the drugs they wanted, except marijuana. Why? Because marijuana usage made it impossible to mind control them. It doesn't allow for the compartmentalization of the mind to take place.

This is 100% accurate. NO WONDER it's illegal in the US. Ticks me off.

No wonder the US dislikes Holland, since you can buy pot here at almost every corner of the street and can smoke as much as you like here  :lol:
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Re: Michael and Marijuana

  • on: September 10, 2010, 03:31:25 PM
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Someone very close to me is addicted to pot and skunk we have a lot of problems with him he is paranoid and thinks everybody and I mean everybody is out to kill him I now feel his brain is wrecked it is terrible you can talk calmly to him and think everything is ok then the next day he asks why you gave him the secret messages of killing him


Ok theres something more going on with this dude then smoking pot. And you cannot get addicted to pot, if you stop smoking abruptly, there are no side effects, you just might be a little cranky for a little while, but there are no side effects.

Here in Canada, you can not be charge with personal amounts of pot, it's on the way to becoming decriminalized. But amounts for trafficking is.
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