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THE CORPUS HERMETICUM: TO ASCLEPIUS
the "errant spheres" of sections 6 and 7 are the celestial spheres carrying the planets, while the "inerrant sphere" is that of the fixed stars. It's useful to keep in mind, also, that "air" and "spirit" are interchangeable concepts in Greek thought, and that the concept of the Good has a range of implications which don't come across in the English word: one is that the good of any being, in Greek thought, was also that being's necessary goal.

The criticism of childlessness in section 17 should probably be read as a response to the Christian ideal of celibacy, which horrified many people in the ancient world. - JMG

1. Hermes: All that is moved, Asclepius, is it not moved in something and by something?

Asclepius: Assuredly.

H: And must not that in which it's moved be greater than the moved?

A: It must.

H: Mover, again, has greater power than moved?

A: It has, of course.

H: The nature, furthermore, of that in which it's moved must be quite other from the nature of the moved?

A: It must completely.

2. H: Is not, again, this cosmos vast, [so vast] that than it there exists no body greater?

A: Assuredly.

H: And massive, too, for it is crammed with multitudes of other mighty frames, nay, rather all the other bodies that there are?

A: It is.

H: And yet the cosmos is a body?

A: It is a body.

H: And one that's moved?

3. A: Assuredly.

H: Of what size, then, must be the space in which it's moved, and of what kind [must be] the nature [of that space]? Must it not be far vaster [than the cosmos], in order that it may be able to find room for its continued course, so that the moved may not be cramped for want of room and lose its motion?

A: Something, Thrice-greatest one, it needs must be, immensely vast.

4. H: And of what nature? Must it not be, Asclepius, of just the contrary? And is not contrary to body bodiless?

A: Agreed.

H: Space, then, is bodiless. But bodiless must either be some godlike thing or God [Himself]. And by "some godlike thing" I mean no more the generable [i.e., that which is generated] but the ingenerable.

5. If, then, space be some godlike thing, it is substantial; but if 'tis God [Himself], it transcends substance. But it is to be thought of otherwise [than God], and in this way.

God is first "thinkable" for us, not for Himself, for that the thing that's thought doth fall beneath the thinker's sense. God then cannot be "thinkable" unto Himself, in that He's thought of by Himself as being nothing else but what He thinks. But he is "something else" for us, and so He's thought of by us.

6. If space is, therefore, to be thought, [it should] not, [then, be thought as] God, but space. If God is also to be thought, [He should] not [be conceived] as space, but as energy that can contain [all space].

Further, all that is moved is moved not in the moved but in the stable. And that which moves [another] is of course stationary, for 'tis impossible that it should move with it.

A: How is it, then, that things down here, Thrice-greatest one, are moved with those that are [already] moved? For thou hast said the errant spheres were moved by the inerrant one.

H: This is not, O Asclepius, a moving with, but one against; they are not moved with one another, but one against the other. It is this contrariety which turneth the resistance of their motion into rest. For that resistance is the rest of motion.

7. Hence, too, the errant spheres, being moved contrarily to the inerrant one, are moved by one another by mutual contrariety, [and also] by the spable one through contrariety itself. And this can otherwise not be.

The Bears up there , which neither set nor rise, think'st thou they rest or move?

A: They move, Thrice-greatest one.

H: And what their motion, my Asclepius?

A: Motion that turns for ever round the same.

H: But revolution - motion around same - is fixed by rest. For "round-the-same" doth stop "beyond-same". "Beyond-same" then, being stopped, if it be steadied in "round-same" - the contrary stands firm, being rendered ever stable by its contrariety.

8. Of this I'll give thee here on earth an instance, which the eye can see. Regard the animals down here - a man, for instance, swimming! The water moves, yet the resistance of his hands and feet give him stability, so that he is not borne along with it, nor sunk thereby.

A: Thou hast, Thrice-greatest one, adduced a most clear instance.

H: All motion, then, is caused in station and by station.

The motion, therefore, of the cosmos (and of every other hylic animal) will not be caused by things exterior to the cosmos, but by things interior [outward] to the exterior - such [things] as soul, or spirit, or some such other thing incorporeal.

'Tis not the body that doth move the living thing in it; nay, not even the whole [body of the universe a lesser] body e'en though there be no life in it.

9. A: What meanest thou by this, Thrice-greatest one? Is it not bodies, then, that move the stock and stone and all the other things inanimate?

H: By no means, O Asclepius. The something-in-the-body, the that-which-moves the thing inanimate, this surely's not a body, for that it moves the two of them - both body of the lifter and the lifted? So that a thing that's lifeless will not move a lifeless thing. That which doth move [another thing] is animate, in that it is the mover.

Thou seest, then, how heavy laden is the soul, for it alone doth lift two bodies. That things, moreover, moved are moved in something as well as moved by something is clear.

10. A: Yea, O Thrice-greatest one, things moved must needs be moved in something void.

H: Thou sayest well, O [my] Asclepius! For naught of things that are is void. Alone the "is-not" is void [and] stranger to subsistence. For that which is subsistent can never change to void.

A: Are there, then, O Thrice-greatest one, no such things as an empty cask, for instance, and an empty jar, a cup and vat, and other things like unto them?

H: Alack, Asclepius, for thy far-wandering from the truth! Think'st thou that things most full and most replete are void?

11. A: How meanest thou, Thrice-greatest one?

H: Is not air body?

A: It is.

H: And doth this body not pervade all things, and so, pervading, fill them? And "body"; doth body not consist from blending of the "four" ? Full, then, of air are all thou callest void; and if of air, then of the "four".

Further, of this the converse follows, that all thou callest full are void - of air; for that they have their space filled out with other bodies, and, therefore, are not able to receive the air therein. These, then, which thou dost say are void, they should be hollow named, not void; for they not only are, but they are full of air and spirit.

12. A: Thy argument (logos), Thrice-greatest one, is not to be gainsaid; air is a body. Further, it is this body which doth pervade all things, and so, pervading, fill them. What are we, then, to call that space in which the all doth move?

H: The bodiless, Asclepius.

A: What, then, is Bodiless?

H: 'Tis Mind and Reason (logos), whole out of whole, all self-embracing, free from all body, from all error free, unsensible to body and untouchable, self stayed in self, containing all, preserving those that are, whose rays, to use a likeness, are Good, Truth, Light beyond light, the Archetype of soul.

A: What, then, is God?

13. H: Not any one of these is He; for He it is that causeth them to be, both all and each and every thing of all that are. Nor hath He left a thing beside that is-not; but they are all from things-that-are and not from things-that-are-not. For that the things-that-are-not have naturally no power of being anything, but naturally have the power of the inability-to-be. And, conversely, the things-that-are have not the nature of some time not-being.

14. A: What say'st thou ever, then, God is?

H: God, therefore, is not Mind, but Cause that the Mind is; God is not Spirit, but Cause that Spirit is; God is not Light, but Cause that the Light is. Hence one should honor God with these two names [the Good and Father] - names which pertain to Him alone and no one else.

For no one of the other so-called gods, no one of men, or daimones, can be in any measure Good, but God alone; and He is Good alone and nothing else. The rest of things are separable all from the Good's nature; for [all the rest] are soul and body, which have no place that can contain the Good.

15. For that as mighty is the Greatness of the Good as is the Being of all things that are - both bodies and things bodiless, things sensible and intelligible things. Call thou not, therefore, aught else Good, for thou would'st imious be; nor anything at all at any time call God but Good alone, for so thou would'st again be impious.

16. Though, then, the Good is spoken of by all, it is not understood by all, what thing it is. Not only, then, is God not understood by all, but both unto the gods and some of the men they out of ignorance do give the name of Good, though they can never either be or become Good. For they are very different from God, while Good can never be distinguished from Him, for that God is the same as Good.

The rest of the immortal ones are nonetheless honored with the name of God, and spoken of as gods; but God is Good not out of courtesy but out of nature. For that God's nature and the Good is one; one os the kind of both, from which all other kinds [proceed].

The Good is he who gives all things and naught receives. God, then, doth give all things and receive naught. God, then, is Good, and Good is God.

17. The other name of God is Father, again because He is the that-which-maketh-all. The part of father is to make.

Wherefore child-making is a very great and a most pious thing in life for them who think aright, and to leave life on earth without a child a very great misfortune and impiety; and he who hath no child is punished by the daimones after death.

And this is the punishment: that that man's soul who hath no child, shall be condemned unto a body with neither man's nor woman's nature, a thing accursed beneath the sun.

Wherefore, Asclepius, let not your sympathies be with the man who hath no child, but rather pity his mishap, knowing what punishment abides for him.

Let all that has been said then, be to thee, Asclepius, an introduction to the gnosis of the nature of all things.
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GEMS

Jan.= Garnet.

Feb.= Amethyst.

Mar. = Bloodstone.

April = Diamond.

May = Emerald.

June = Agate.

July = Ruby.

Aug. = Sardonyx.

Sep. = Sapphire.

Oct. = Opal.

Nov.= Topaz.

Dec.= Turquoise.

Aries, the Ram=April=Amethyst

Taurus, the Bull=May=Agate

Gemini, the Twins=June=Beryl

Cancer, the Crab=July=Emerald

Leo, the Lion=August=Ruby

Virgo, the Virgin=September=Jasper

Libra, the Balance=October=Diamond

Scorpio, the Scorpion=November=Topaz

Sagittarius, the Archer=December=Carbuncle

Capricorn, the Goat=January=Onyx Chalcedony

Aquarius, the Waterbearer=February=Sapphire

Pisces, the Fishes=March =Chrysolite
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PYTHAGOREAN MATH
The first step in obtaining the numerical value of a word is to resolve it back into its original tongue. Only words of Greek or Hebrew derivation can be successfully analyzed by this method, and all words must be spelled in their most ancient and complete forms. Old Testament words and names, therefore, must be translated back into the early Hebrew characters and New Testament words into the Greek. Two examples will help to clarify this principle.

The Demiurgus of the Jews is called in English Jehovah, but when seeking the numerical value of the name Jehovah it is necessary to resolve the name into its Hebrew letters. It becomes יהוה, and is read from right to left. The Hebrew letters are: ה, He; ו, Vau; ה, He; י, Yod; and when reversed into the English order from left to right read: Yod-He-Vau-He. By consulting the foregoing table of letter values, it is found that the four characters of this sacred name have the following numerical significance: Yod equals 10. He equals 5, Vau equals 6, and the second He equals 5. Therefore, 10+5+6+5=26, a synonym of Jehovah. If the English letters were used, the answer obviously would not be correct.

The second example is the mysterious Gnostic pantheos Abraxas. For this name the Greek table is used. Abraxas in Greek is Ἀβραξας. Α = 1, β = 2, ρ = 100, α = 1, ξ =60, α = 1, ς = 200, the sum being 365, the number of days in the year. This number furnishes the key to the mystery of Abraxas, who is symbolic of the 365 ├ćons, or Spirits of the Days, gathered together in one composite personality. Abraxas is symbolic of five creatures, and as the circle of the year actually consists of 360 degrees, each of the emanating deities is one-fifth of this power, or 72, one of the most sacred numbers in the Old Testament of the Jews and in their Qabbalistic system. This same method is used in finding the numerical value of the names of the gods and goddesses of the Greeks and Jews.

All higher numbers can be reduced to one of the original ten numerals, and the 10 itself to 1. Therefore, all groups of numbers resulting from the translation of names of deities into their numerical equivalents have a basis in one of the first ten numbers. By this system, in which the digits are added together, 666 becomes 6+6+6 or 18, and this, in turn, becomes 1+8 or 9. According to Revelation, 144,000 are to be saved. This number becomes 1+4+4+0+0+0, which equals 9, thus proving that both the Beast of Babylon and the number of the saved refer to man himself, whose symbol is the number 9. This system can be used successfully with both Greek and Hebrew letter values.

The original Pythagorean system of numerical philosophy contains nothing to justify the practice now in vogue of changing the given name or surname in the hope of improving the temperament or financial condition by altering the name vibrations.

There is also a system of calculation in vogue for the English language, but its accuracy is a matter of legitimate dispute. It is comparatively modern and has no relationship either to the Hebrew Qabbalistic system or to the Greek procedure. The claim made by some that it is Pythagorean is not supported by any tangible evidence, and there are many reasons why such a contention is untenable. The fact that Pythagoras used 10 as the basis of calculation, while this system uses 9--an imperfect number--is in itself almost conclusive. Furthermore, the arrangement of the Greek and Hebrew letters does not agree closely enough with the English to permit the application of the number sequences of one language to the number sequences of the others. Further experimentation with

Column




1
Names of the Hebrew letters.

2
Samaritan Letters.

3
Hebrew and Chaldean letters.

4
Numerical equivalents of the letters.

5
Capital and small Greek letters.

6
The letters marked with asterisks are those brought to Greece from Phœnicia by Cadmus.

7
Name of the Greek letters.

8
Nearest English equivalents to the Hebrew, Greek, and Samaritan Letters.

NOTE. When used at the end of a word, the Hebrew Tau has the numerical value 440, Caph 500, Mem 600, Nun 700, Pe 800, Tzadi 900. A dotted Alpha and a dashed Aleph have the value of 1,000.

the system may prove profitable, but it is without basis in antiquity. The arrangement of the letters and numbers is as follows:

1 A J S
2 B K T
3 C L U
4 D M V
5 E N W
6 F O X
7 G P Y
8 H Q Z
9 I R


The letters under each of the numbers have the value of the figure at: the top of the column. Thus, in the word man, M = 4, A = 1, N = 5: a total of 10. The values of the numbers are practically the same as those given by the Pythagorean system.

The Pythagoreans declared arithmetic to be the mother of the mathematical sciences. This is proved by the fact that geometry, music, and astronomy are dependent upon it but it is not dependent upon them. Thus, geometry may be removed but arithmetic will remain; but if arithmetic be removed, geometry is eliminated. In the same manner music depends upon arithmetic, but the elimination of music affects arithmetic only by limiting one of its expressions. The Pythagoreans also demonstrated arithmetic to be prior to astronomy, for the latter is dependent upon both geometry and music. The size, form, and motion of the celestial bodies is determined by the use of geometry; their harmony and rhythm by the use of music. If astronomy be removed, neither geometry nor music is injured; but if geometry and music be eliminated, astronomy is destroyed. The priority of both geometry and music to astronomy is therefore established. Arithmetic, however, is prior to all; it is primary and fundamental.
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If anyone reading this is in to Pythagorean math and stuff like that, you should try to find the book "Hebrew is Greek" by Joseph Yahuda

It is like $2,000 on amazon, but you can get it on torrents and stuff for free. The book explains how Phoenician is the mother of all languages (Hence: Phonetics), they Created Hebrew, Greek/Latin & Arabic. Which then branched out in to all the other languages. According to the Egyptian, Phrygian was the "Oldest" language. They raised 2 children without letting them talk to anyone, and the language they spoke was Phrygian.
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This is Jewish out of Egypt instead of Greek out of Egypt. Notice the Altar is make from Acacia wood, Acacia is the "Tree of Life" in Egypt, and people were known to "drink from it" in Egypt. We now know that many Acacia species contain DMT and 5-MeO-DMT, as well as other similar structures.

The Ark of the Covenant was also made from Acacia.

THE TABERNACLE
26 “Make the tabernacle with ten curtains of finely twisted linen and blue, purple and scarlet yarn, with cherubim woven into them by a skilled worker. 2 All the curtains are to be the same size—twenty-eight cubits long and four cubits wide.[a] 3 Join five of the curtains together, and do the same with the other five. 4 Make loops of blue material along the edge of the end curtain in one set, and do the same with the end curtain in the other set. 5 Make fifty loops on one curtain and fifty loops on the end curtain of the other set, with the loops opposite each other. 6 Then make fifty gold clasps and use them to fasten the curtains together so that the tabernacle is a unit.

7 “Make curtains of goat hair for the tent over the tabernacle—eleven altogether. 8 All eleven curtains are to be the same size—thirty cubits long and four cubits wide.[b] 9 Join five of the curtains together into one set and the other six into another set. Fold the sixth curtain double at the front of the tent. 10 Make fifty loops along the edge of the end curtain in one set and also along the edge of the end curtain in the other set. 11 Then make fifty bronze clasps and put them in the loops to fasten the tent together as a unit. 12 As for the additional length of the tent curtains, the half curtain that is left over is to hang down at the rear of the tabernacle. 13 The tent curtains will be a cubit[c] longer on both sides; what is left will hang over the sides of the tabernacle so as to cover it. 14 Make for the tent a covering of ram skins dyed red, and over that a covering of the other durable leather.[d]

15 “Make upright frames of acacia wood for the tabernacle. 16 Each frame is to be ten cubits long and a cubit and a half wide,[e] 17 with two projections set parallel to each other. Make all the frames of the tabernacle in this way. 18 Make twenty frames for the south side of the tabernacle 19 and make forty silver bases to go under them—two bases for each frame, one under each projection. 20 For the other side, the north side of the tabernacle, make twenty frames 21 and forty silver bases—two under each frame. 22 Make six frames for the far end, that is, the west end of the tabernacle, 23 and make two frames for the corners at the far end. 24 At these two corners they must be double from the bottom all the way to the top and fitted into a single ring; both shall be like that. 25 So there will be eight frames and sixteen silver bases—two under each frame.

26 “Also make crossbars of acacia wood: five for the frames on one side of the tabernacle, 27 five for those on the other side, and five for the frames on the west, at the far end of the tabernacle. 28 The center crossbar is to extend from end to end at the middle of the frames. 29 Overlay the frames with gold and make gold rings to hold the crossbars. Also overlay the crossbars with gold.

30 “Set up the tabernacle according to the plan shown you on the mountain.

31 “Make a curtain of blue, purple and scarlet yarn and finely twisted linen, with cherubim woven into it by a skilled worker. 32 Hang it with gold hooks on four posts of acacia wood overlaid with gold and standing on four silver bases. 33 Hang the curtain from the clasps and place the ark of the covenant law behind the curtain. The curtain will separate the Holy Place from the Most Holy Place. 34 Put the atonement cover on the ark of the covenant law in the Most Holy Place. 35 Place the table outside the curtain on the north side of the tabernacle and put the lampstand opposite it on the south side.

36 “For the entrance to the tent make a curtain of blue, purple and scarlet yarn and finely twisted linen—the work of an embroiderer. 37 Make gold hooks for this curtain and five posts of acacia wood overlaid with gold. And cast five bronze bases for them.

ARK OF THE COVENANT
10 “They shall construct an ark of acacia wood two and a half [a]cubits [b]long, and one and a half cubits [c]wide, and one and a half cubits [d]high. 11 You shall overlay it with pure gold, inside and out you shall overlay it, and you shall make a gold molding [e]around it. 12 You shall cast four gold rings for it and [f]fasten them on its four feet, and two rings shall be on one side of it and two rings on the other side of it. 13 You shall make poles of acacia wood and overlay them with gold. 14 You shall put the poles into the rings on the sides of the ark, to carry the ark with them. 15 The poles shall [g]remain in the rings of the ark; they shall not be removed from it. 16 You shall put into the ark the testimony which I shall give you.

17 “You shall make a [h]mercy seat of pure gold, two and a half [i]cubits [j]long and one and a half cubits [k]wide. 18 You shall make two cherubim of gold, make them of hammered work [l]at the two ends of the mercy seat. 19 Make one cherub [m]at one end and one cherub [n]at the other end; you shall make the cherubim of one piece with the mercy seat at its two ends. 20 The cherubim shall have their wings spread upward, covering the mercy seat with their wings and [o]facing one another; the faces of the cherubim are to be turned toward the mercy seat. 21 You shall put the mercy seat [p]on top of the ark, and in the ark you shall put the testimony which I will give to you. 22 There I will meet with you; and from above the mercy seat, from between the two cherubim which are upon the ark of the testimony, I will speak to you about all that I will give you in commandment for the sons of Israel.
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Acacia is also an ancient species of Tree. Based on the history of Acacia, we can tell that the world was either extremely hot, or even on fire about 22 Million years ago.

Acacia went through a heavy evolutionary process at this time allowing it to survive extreme heat, via a gas it emits if I am not mistaken. And this is one of the reasons historians think Moses' "burning bush" was Acacia. Because it could have been a plant that was growing near a heat vent, so it was vaporizing, but it was not burning away because it was possibly an Acacia. If it were a voprizing Acacia in a small chamber, it may also explain how Moses talked to God.
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Bes, was a very popular Talisman, being the god of Laughter, Merry-making, and Good Luck; by some authorities he is considered to be a foreign importation from pre-dynastic times, and he has been identified with Horus and regarded as the god who renewed youth. He was also the patron of beauty, the protector of children, and was undoubtedly the progenitor of the modern Billiken. A bandy-legged dwarf with horns. God of music and pleasure. Possibly also a god of birth.

Bes was known to be connected with "Syrian Rue". They would cover statues of him in Syrian Rue Perfume, meaning they had extractions of it. If you have ever heard of "Ayahuasca" the Yage Vine contains MAOIs which activate the DMT in the Chacruna. Syrian Rue also contains MAOIs, while Acacia contains DMT. So the Egyptians may have been using their Bes perfume extractions, and mixing them with their Tree of Life juice, basically making Ayahuasca. The first people to extract and consume MAOIs in modern record thought they developed Psychic ability between one another, and they named the Chemical they isolated "Telepathine", but it turned out it was already named "Harmaline" by someone else who isolated it and didn't consume it. The "Yage Vine" is known as the "Spirit Vine" by the people in the Amazon because they claimed it allowed them to communicate their ancestors spirits.

Bes later came to be regarded as the defender of everything good and the enemy of all that is bad. While past studies identified Bes as a Middle Kingdom import from Nubia, more recent research indicates that he was present in Egypt since the start of Old Kingdom. Mentions of Bes can be traced to pre-dynastic Nile Valley cultures.

Bes was a household protector, throughout ancient Egyptian history becoming responsible for such varied tasks as killing snakes, fighting off evil spirits, watching after children, and aiding (by fighting off evil spirits) women in labour (and thus present with Taweret at births).

Since he drove off evil, Bes also came to symbolize the good things in life - music, dance, and sexual pleasure. Later, in the Ptolemaic period of Egyptian history, chambers were constructed, painted with images of Bes and his wife Beset, thought by Egyptologists to have been for the purpose of curing fertility problems or general healing rituals.

Many instances of Bes masks and costumes from the New Kingdom and later have been uncovered. These show considerable wear, thought to be too great for occasional use at festivals, and are therefore thought to have been used by professional performers, or given out for rent.

In the New Kingdom, tattoos of Bes could be found on the thighs of dancers, musicians and servant girls.

Like many Egyptian gods, the worship of Bes was exported overseas, and he, in particular, proved popular with the Phoenicians and the ancient Cypriots.

The cult of Saint Bessus in northern Italy may represent the Christianization of the cult associated with Bes; St. Bessus was also invoked for fertility, and Bessus and Bes are both associated with an ostrich feather in their iconography.[3]

The Balearic island of Ibiza derives its actual name from this God, brought along with the first Phoenician settlers 654 BC. These settlers, amazed at the lack of any sort of venomous creatures on the island thought it to be the island of Bes (<איבשם> ʔybšm *ʔibošim). Later Romans called it Ebusus.

Bes was generally depicted as a bearded dwarf, sticking out his tongue and shaking a rattle. He is always depicted facing forwards. This was very rare in Egyptian art and gave him a further link with Hathor who also faces the front. However, unlike the simple beauty of that goddess, Bes is a comical figure with pronounced bow legs, prominent genitals and a tail. He usually wears a plumed crown and the lion or panther skin associated with the "stm" priests. Occassionally he wears the Atef crown and is depicted as a winged deity. There are also a number of amulets and depictions of Bes which only show his head (still facing the front), although most of these date from the Third Intermediate Period or later.

Bes was sometimes depicted with feline or leonine features and often sports a long tail prompting the speculation that in earlier times, he was not in fact a dwarf but a lion or cat rearing up on his hind legs. If he did start out as a feline goddess this would give him a further link to Hathor who was herself very closely associated with Bast (a cat goddess) and Sekhmet (a lion goddess) and the "Eye of Ra" (the fearsome protector of Ra). Furthermore, his name may be derived from the Nubian word for cat ("besa") and is written using the determinative for a mammal rather than the determinative of a god or a man (the cow skin). It is equally likely that he was always seen as a dwarf with the strength and power of a cat.
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BAT
Bat was a cow goddess in Egyptian mythology depicted as a human face with cow ears and horns. By the time of the Middle Kingdom, her identity and attributes were subsumed within the goddess Hathor. The worship of Bat dates to earliest times and may have its origins in Late Paleolithic cattle herding.

The epithet Bat may be linked to the word ba with the feminine suffix 't'. A person's ba roughly equates to his or her personality or emanation and is often translated as 'soul'.

Bat became strongly associated with the sistrum, and the center of her cult was known as the 'Mansion of the Sistrum'.[2] The sistrum is a musical instrument, shaped like an ankh,[1] that was one of the most frequently used sacred instruments in ancient Egyptian temples. Some instruments would include depictions of Bat, with her head and neck as the handle and base and rattles placed between her horns. The imagery is repeated on each side, having two faces, as mentioned in the Pyramid Texts:.

"I am Praise; I am Majesty; I am Bat with Her Two Faces; I am the One Who Is Saved, and I have saved myself from all things evil."

An amuletic bangle made in gold and silver c2000-1800BC shows protective symbols including wadjet eyes, djed pillars and ankh signs, also shown is the horned mask of the goddess Bat. The amulet was probably used to place the wearer with a protective circle.

She comes by many different titles. She is known as “Ba of Two Faces” because of her uncanny ability to see the past and the future, and possibly because of her representation of the two banks of the Nile River. Because of Her bovine features, she acquired the titles “She Who Lows” and the “Great Wild Cow”.

In depictions of Bat during the twelfth dynasty, she is flanked by the often-warring gods, Horus and Set (they represented Upper and Lower Egypt respectively and struggled for the throne of Egypt) and many believers think that she is a unifying force that drove the nation from division into oneness.

BANEBDJEDET
Banebdjedet (Banebdjed) The name is translated as “the ba (meaning the spirit) of the lord of the djed”. Ram gods often regarded as manifestation of other deities, as the word ram (ba) and the word for soul or manifestation sounded the same in Egyptian.

The words for "ram" and "soul" sounded the same in Egyptian so ram deities were at times regarded as appearances of other gods.[2]

Typically Banebdjedet was depicted with four rams' heads to represent the four Ba's of the sun god. He may also be linked to the first four gods to rule over Egypt (Osiris, Geb, Shu and Ra-Atum), with large granite shrines to each in the Mendes sanctuary.[2] Therefore, Banedgjedet was considered the father of Horus. These three deities formed the “Mendesian Triad”. His appearance portrayed as a man with the head of ram or as a ram itself. He was also given the titles such as “Lord of the Sky” and “Lord of Life”.

The Book of the Heavenly Cow describes the "Ram of Mendes" as being the Ba of Osiris but this was not an exclusive association. A story dated to the New Kingdom describes him as being consulted by the "Divine Tribunal" to judge between Horus and Seth but he proposes that Neith do it instead as an act of diplomacy. As the dispute continues it is Banebdjedet who suggests that Seth be given the throne as he is the elder brother.

He was celebrated as one of the Divine Ancestors who are buried at the burial ground of Behdet, during the Festival of the Beautiful Reunion held at Edfu.
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THE EGYPTIAN CONCEPTS OF "SOUL" (Not really what you think it would be, they were pretty smart)

IB (HEART)
An important part of the Egyptian soul was thought to be the Ib (jb), or heart. The Ib[1] or metaphysical heart was believed to be formed from one drop of blood from the child's mother's heart, taken at conception.[2]

To ancient Egyptians, the heart was the seat of emotion, thought, will and intention. This is evidenced by the many expressions in the Egyptian language which incorporate the word ib, Awt-ib: happiness (literally, wideness of heart), Xak-ib: estranged (literally, truncated of heart). This word was transcribed by Wallis Budge as Ab.

In Egyptian religion, the heart was the key to the afterlife. It was conceived as surviving death in the nether world, where it gave evidence for, or against, its possessor. It was thought that the heart was examined by Anubis and the deities during the Weighing of the Heart ceremony. If the heart weighed more than the feather of Maat, it was immediately consumed by the monster Ammit.

SWT (SHADOW)
A person's shadow or silhouette, Sheut (šwt in Egyptian), is always present. Because of this, Egyptians surmised that a shadow contains something of the person it represents. Through this association, statues of people and deities were sometimes referred to as shadows.

The shadow was also representative to Egyptians of a figure of death, or servant of Anubis, and was depicted graphically as a small human figure painted completely black. Sometimes people (usually pharaohs) had a shadow box in which part of their Sheut was stored.

REN (NAME)
As a part of the soul, a person's ren (rn 'name') was given to them at birth and the Egyptians believed that it would live for as long as that name was spoken, which explains why efforts were made to protect it and the practice of placing it in numerous writings. For example, part of the Book of Breathings, a derivative of the Book of the Dead, was a means to ensure the survival of the name. A cartouche (magical rope) often was used to surround the name and protect it. Conversely, the names of deceased enemies of the state, such as Akhenaten, were hacked out of monuments in a form of damnatio memoriae. Sometimes, however, they were removed in order to make room for the economical insertion of the name of a successor, without having to build another monument. The greater the number of places a name was used, the greater the possibility it would survive to be read and spoken.

BA (PERSONALITY)
The 'Ba' (bꜣ) was everything that makes an individual unique, similar to the notion of 'personality'. (In this sense, inanimate objects could also have a 'Ba', a unique character, and indeed Old Kingdom pyramids often were called the 'Ba' of their owner). The 'Ba' is an aspect of a person that the Egyptians believed would live after the body died, and it is sometimes depicted as a human-headed bird flying out of the tomb to join with the 'Ka' in the afterlife.

In the Coffin Texts one form of the Ba that comes into existence after death is corporeal, eating, drinking and copulating. Louis Žabkar argued that the Ba is not part of the person but is the person himself, unlike the soul in Greek, or late Judaic, Christian or Muslim thought. The idea of a purely immaterial existence was so foreign to Egyptian thought that when Christianity spread in Egypt they borrowed the Greek word psyche to describe the concept of soul and not the term Ba. Žabkar concludes that so particular was the concept of Ba to ancient Egyptian thought that it ought not to be translated but instead the concept be footnoted or parenthetically explained as one of the modes of existence for a person.[3]

In another mode of existence the Ba of the deceased is depicted in the Book of Going Forth by Day returning to the mummy and participating in life outside the tomb in non-corporeal form, echoing the solar theology of Re (or Ra) uniting with Osiris each night.[4]

The word 'bau' (bꜣw), plural of the word ba, meant something similar to 'impressiveness', 'power', and 'reputation', particularly of a deity. When a deity intervened in human affairs, it was said that the 'Bau' of the deity were at work [Borghouts 1982].

KA (LIFE FORCE)
The Ka (kꜣ) was the Egyptian concept of vital essence, that which distinguishes the difference between a living and a dead person, with death occurring when the ka left the body. The Egyptians believed that Khnum created the bodies of children on a potter's wheel and inserted them into their mothers' bodies. Depending on the region, Egyptians believed that Heket or Meskhenet was the creator of each person's Ka, breathing it into them at the instant of their birth as the part of their soul that made them be alive. This resembles the concept of spirit in other religions.

The Egyptians also believed that the ka was sustained through food and drink. For this reason food and drink offerings were presented to the dead, although it was the kau (kꜣw) within the offerings that was consumed, not the physical aspect. The ka was often represented in Egyptian iconography as a second image of the king, leading earlier works to attempt to translate ka as double.

AKH (AN ENTITY OF INTELLECT WITHIN YOU)
The Akh (Ꜣḫ meaning '(magically) effective one'),[5] was a concept of the dead that varied over the long history of ancient Egyptian belief.

It was associated with thought, but not as an action of the mind; rather, it was intellect as a living entity. The Akh also played a role in the afterlife. Following the death of the Khat (physical body), the Ba and Ka were reunited to reanimate the Akh.[6] The reanimation of the Akh was only possible if the proper funeral rites were executed and followed by constant offerings. The ritual was termed: se-akh 'to make (a dead person) into an (living) akh.' In this sense, it even developed into a sort of ghost or roaming 'dead being' (when the tomb was not in order any more) during the Ramesside Period. An Akh could do either harm or good to persons still living, depending on the circumstances, causing e.g., nightmares, feelings of guilt, sickness, etc. It could be evoked by prayers or written letters left in the tomb's offering chapel also in order to help living family members, e.g., by intervening in disputes, by making an appeal to other dead persons or deities with any authority to influence things on earth for the better, but also to inflict punishments.

The separation of Akh and the unification of Ka and Ba were brought about after death by having the proper offerings made and knowing the proper, efficacious spell, but there was an attendant risk of dying again. Egyptian funerary literature (such as the Coffin Texts and the Book of the Dead) were intended to aid the deceased in "not dying a second time" and becoming an akh.
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THE OGDOAD
The eight deities were arranged in four male-female pairs: Nu and Naunet, Amun and Amaunet, Kuk and Kauket, Huh and Hauhet. The males were associated with frogs and females were associated with snakes.[1] Apart from their gender, there was little to distinguish the male gods and female goddesses; indeed, the names of the females are merely derivative female forms of the male name. Essentially, each pair represents the male and female aspect of one of four concepts, namely the primordial waters (Nu and Naunet), air or invisibility (Amun and Amaunet), darkness (Kuk and Kauket), and eternity or infinite space (Huh and Hauhet).[2]

Together the four concepts represent the primal, fundamental state of the beginning, they are what always was. In the myth, however, their interaction ultimately proved to be unbalanced, resulting in the arising of a new entity. When the entity opened, it revealed Ra, the fiery sun, inside. After a long interval of rest, Ra, together with the other deities, created all other things.

The entity containing Ra is depicted either as an egg or as a lotus bud.

In the former version, a mound arises from the waters. An egg was laid upon this mound by a celestial bird. The egg contained Ra. In some variants, the egg is laid by a cosmic goose. However, the egg was also said to have been a gift from Thoth, and laid by an ibis, the bird with which he was associated.
Later, when Atum had become assimilated into Ra as Atum-Ra, the belief that Atum emerged from a (blue) lotus bud, in the Ennead cosmogony, was adopted and attached to Ra. The lotus was said to have arisen from the waters after the explosive interaction as a bud, which floated on the surface, and slowly opened its petals to reveal the beetle, Khepri, inside. Khepri, an aspect of Ra representing the rising sun, immediately turns into a weeping boy – Nefertum, whose tears form the creatures of the earth.

KHEPRI
Khepri was connected with the scarab beetle (kheprer), because the scarab rolls balls of dung across the ground, an act that the Egyptians saw as a symbol of the forces that move the sun across the sky. Khepri was thus a solar deity. Young dung beetles, having been laid as eggs within the dung ball, emerge from it fully formed. Therefore, Khepri also represented creation and rebirth, and he was specifically connected with the rising sun and the mythical creation of the world. The Egyptians connected his name with the Egyptian language verb kheper, meaning "develop" or "come into being".[1] Kheper, or (Xeper) is a transcription of an ancient Egyptian word meaning to come into being, to change, to occur, to happen, to exist, to bring about, to create, etc. Egyptologists typically transliterate the word as ?pr. Both Kheper and Xeper possess the same phonetic value and are pronounced as "kheffer".

The main Gods each represented a Planet, and they were known to go across the sky like the sun. This is shown in the "Solar Boat".
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MARS
was known by the ancient Egyptians as "Horus of the Horizon",[7] then later Her Deshur[8] ("Ḥr Dšr"[citation needed]), or "Horus the Red".[9] The Hebrews named it Ma'adim (מאדים) — "the one who blushes"; this is where one of the largest canyons on Mars, the Ma'adim Vallis, gets its name.[8] The Chinese, Japanese and Korean cultures refer to the planet as 火星, or the fire star, a name based on the ancient Chinese mythological cycle of Five elements.[10] In ancient China, the advent of Mars was taken as a portent for "bane, grief, war and murder"

VENUS
Venus, called Meleket ha-Shamayim, "the queen of heaven," in Jeremiah 7:18 and elsewhere. That the latter means Venus is shown by the cakes which are said to have been baked for her.[citation needed] Among the Assyrians and Babylonians the cake offerings were called "the bread of Ishtar."

Hatshepsut one just one of the many divine names given to Venus as it literally reigned over earth during dynasty Egypt and such imagery is symbolic of Venus Hatshepsut appearing almost stationary (possibly on the horizon) as a second glorious sun, a divine heavenly queen.

Queen Hatshepsut Planetary Deity

Hatshepsut slowly assumed all of the regalia and symbols of the Pharaonic office: the Khat head cloth, topped with an uraeus, the traditional false beard, and shendyt kilt. Many existing statues show her in both a feminine and masculine form. Statues portraying Sobekneferu also combine elements of traditional male and female iconography and may have served as inspiration for the works commissioned by Hatshepsut.

However, after this period of transition ended, all depictions of her showed her in a masculine form, with all of the pharaonic regalia and with her breasts omitted. hatshepsut-god-king-pharaoh-femaleShe dressed as a king, even wearing a false beard and the Egyptian people seem to have accepted this unprecedented behavior. In short, she was portrayed as a man, more specifically a god king of Egypt. The reasons for this are a topic of great debate in Egyptology.
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I have done some more research, so I will post that now and get back to fairy-tales soon.

My brother died from Brain Swelling due to Traumatic brain injury, and while I was in the hospital I was looking online through some research they have done in Israel regarding Cannabinoids. I had found a Cannabinoid called "2-AG" and tons of articles on it, and from what I was reading it said that if we got Cannabinoids in my brother blood stream, it would have reversed the brain swelling and possibly even protected his brain.

When he died, what happened was his brain kept swelling until all the wrinkles were gone, it was just a flat ball, like a balloon, and it was getting scratched by a gap that is near your spine, usually your brain doesn't touch it, but it was swelling and filling the hole and causing problems. He was only 10 years old.

I showed the doctors the research from Israel, and they told me that it would probably work (this was before he died), but they said they were not going to put hash in his feeding tube, they would only give him 2-AG since that is what was in the articles, and it had to be pure so they could inject it, like they did in the articles.

I had no idea where to get any 2-AG, so we called Dr. Shakleford and asked if he could give my little brother a prescription, because he was about to die. And Dr. Shakleford said that Cannabis could slow his heart and kill him, so he was not willing to do it. But now he is dead, so I wish he would have at least tried.

Since then I have discovered how to make 2-AG myself, as well as a few other things.

2-AG is an Ester, so this means it is formed by having a Carboxylic acid and an Alcohol in the presence of each other, if a strong acid is present the reaction will happen faster.

Glycerine can be bought at the store (Wal Mart, etc) and it is the first ingredient, it is also an alcohol. So now all you need is a Carboxylic acid. Arachindonic Acid is the Carboxylic acid you need. So put Glycerine and Arachindonic acid together and apply heat, eventually all the molecules will come together to form 2-AG.

And if you want the reaction to happen faster, you add Sulfuric or acetic acid. And the end result is 2-AG. Filter to get out any leftover precursors, and add a little baking soda to counteract the acid. And you have some 2-AG.

Next I am going to explain Esters and Amino acids together.
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Ok, so I have mentioned Peptide bonds in this thread before, but I am going to talk about them in the context of Esters.

A Peptide bond is when you take 2 or more Amino Acids and put them together, then Apply heat. An example is Picamilon, where you use GABA and Niacin, those 2 Amino Acids together in water, then boiled, will create Picamilon. If you take normal GABA most of it breaks down in your stomach and doesn't ever make it to your brain. Picamilon allows the GABA molecule to be protected in the stomach and make it all the way to the brain. This allows is to be MUCH more effective than regular GABA, and the Niacin goes in to the brain to promote blood flow and helps with Migranes.

So that is a peptide bond, it is simply made by boiling 2 amino acids together, and it changes the ability of the different Amino Acids that it started with.

The Ester mentioned before, 2-AG, is also formed by boiling, but instead of 2 Amino Acids, you boil an Alcohol structure with a Carboxylic Acid structure.

Knowing how to make both Esters and Peptide bonds, that gives us something else. We could do something like boil GABA and Niacin together, then boil the resulting Picamilon in Glycerine. This would create a Picamilon Ester.

Also, we could do something like boil Arachidonic acid in Glycerine, then taking the resulting 2-AG and boil that with Niacin. Possibly creating a structure that has the ability to work when eaten in pill form, instead of only being able to be injected like 2-AG.

There are also other Peptide Bonds like Glutamate Salts, and other Amino Acids like Glycine and 5-HTP could be used to create Peptide bonds that hit different receptors in the brain. Then there are things like "Opiod Food Peptides" and "Opioid Peptides" in general. These are not illegal because they are not similar in structure to morphine, but they go to the same places in the brain as morphine. Examples of food that contain these are Milk & Spinach.

I see no reason why dispensaries and medical Marijuana users should not be working to make their medicine as good as it possibly can be. So, I am going to make a list of things that every Dispensary or Marijuana Lab should have eventually, so that we can start making some awesome discoveries (These things can also be used to invent new smells)

d-Lemonene
Glycerol/Glycerine
Vanillin
GABA
L-Tryptophan
Ethanol/Pure Drinking Alcohol
Methanol
L-Lysine
Glutamine
Niacin
Absorbic Acid/Vitamin C
Tartaric Acid
Malic Acid
Edible Lime/Calcium Hydroxide
Thiamine
Hydrogen Peroxide
Potassium Hydroxide
b-Alanine
L-Proline
Activated Charcoal
Isopropyl Alcohol
Benzoic Acid
Baking Soda
Socium Chloride/Table Sale
Sodium Benzoate
Mineral Oil
Citric Acid
5-HTP
L-Theanine
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"Opiod Peptides": when most people think of Opiates, they think of Heroine and Morphine and Oxycontin and Vicodin, but that is not a good representation of Opiates over all. For example, Pepperment contains Menthol, and Menthol is a Kappa Opiod Receptor Agonist, meaning, it attaches to your Opiate receptors. So if you know what the flavor "Peppermint" is, you have done an Opiate.

And as mentioned before, Spinach and Milk both contain Opiod peptides. Opiod Peptides can also be found in the brain and spine of cows, as well as the milk of cows and humans. Examples are Rubiscolin, Casein and Casomorphin. Just like Cannabinoids, Opiate Peptides can have Amino Acids added to them, or be made into their Ester forms.

Here are some plants that contain Opiates that are not illegal.

Red Clover
Ugni Molinae
Casearia Sylvestris
Pachyptera Hymenaea
Prickly Poppy
Adrenorphin (Cow Brain)
Deltorphin (Waxy Leaf Frog)
Dermorphin (Waxy Leaf Frog)
Chaste Tree
Black Kohosh
Laurelia Novae-Zelandiae
Salvia Leriifolia
Salvia Divinorum (Illegal in some places, also very active on other receptors)
Tabernaemontana Pachysiphon
Irvingia Gabonesis
Myrrh
Dalea Purpurea
Nigella Sativa Seed
Sophora Subprostata
Picralima Nitida
Chocolate (Reports say that Chocolate makes other Opiods stronger)
Yellow Horned Poppy
Crydalis Yanhusuo
Spinorphin (Cow Spine)
D-Phenylalanine (Enkephalinas Inhibitor)
Oriental Poppy
Marijuana (CBD is an Opiod)

Each one of these has the potential to create an entire new class of Opiods. And they are not illegal. Only Opiods that have structures similar to Schedule I Opiods are illegal. These are all just Painkillers and Feel Good Medicine, and could create entire new things that the world has never seen before. I see no reason that these couldn't be normal over the counter, there are already Opiod Peptides that can be bought over the counter for migranes. And I am not suggesting to this for anyone for abuse. Again, I want to point out that Peppermint and other things that you probably have in your house are on the list, they are just not the same as Morphine or Hydrocodone or Oxycontin, and none of them need to be. This is how Bayer and Tylenol started as companies, they just synthesized some stuff and gave it out as supplements and remedies for headaches and stuff.

d-Lemonene
Glycerol/Glycerine
Vanillin
GABA
L-Tryptophan
Ethanol/Pure Drinking Alcohol
Methanol
L-Lysine
Glutamine
Niacin
Absorbic Acid/Vitamin C
Tartaric Acid
Malic Acid
Edible Lime/Calcium Hydroxide
Thiamine
Hydrogen Peroxide
Potassium Hydroxide
b-Alanine
L-Proline
Activated Charcoal
Isopropyl Alcohol
Benzoic Acid
Baking Soda
Socium Chloride/Table Sale
Sodium Benzoate
Mineral Oil
Citric Acid
5-HTP
L-Theanine
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Here are some other things that have mental effects:

Coffee & Cuban Coffee, in Cuba they boil their coffee down REALLY small amount, so it's a lot stronger. Like if you made a pot of coffee with a coffee machine, then put it in a petal pot on the stove and boiled the pot down to one shot glass.

Guarana, Contains Caffeine and Theobromine. So has the effects of Coffee and Chocolate.

Guyusa, Kinda of like Tea, but it is used in place of Coffee in some places. And is stronger than Tea.

Yerba Mate, Kinda of like Tea, but it is used in place of Coffee in some places. And is stronger than Tea.

Oilahuasca: Oilahuasca is using simple things like Cinnamon/Clove Tea to turn off your P450 Enzymes, then taking something like Basil Extract, to achieve effects like ecstasy. It is similar to how Ayahuasca works.

Enchymoma: A word from the 1800s, it means "An Elixir Made in the Stomache"

Hotentot Tea: A Dream Brew including Imphepho flowers and a few other things, meant to promote dreaming.

Soma: An Ancient Vedic Brew, some Historians believe it is Opium Poppy, some Historians believe it is Amanita Muscaria, some Historians believe it is a brew Similar to Ayahuasca.

Ambrosia: An ancient Greek brew, possibly containing Opium, but definitely containing some kind of Psychoactive plant.

White Lotus Wine: The Ancient Egyptians used to let their Wine soak up the stuff inside Lotus before drinking it, so that they had a Lotus Tea/Wine. White lotus contains a compound that attaches to dopamine receptors.

Kratom: Has been made into tea by Buddhists for hundreds if not thousands of years. Contains Opiates that are not illegal, because they are not the same as the Opiates in Opium. And they may not show up on drug tests, I would double check though.

Lemon Grass: Contains Myrcene which can also be found in Hops/Beer. Has a slight Opiod Analgesic effect.

Black Cohosh: Attaches to 5HT serotonin receptors, can be made into a Tea or Capsule.

Mucuna Seed/Velvet Bean: Contains L-DOPA and Tryptamines, people use it as a Mood Enhancer.

Catnip: Can be made into a tea and drank by humans for light sedative effect, about 80% of cats are effected by it.

Valerian Root: Can effect cats similar to Catnip. Causes sedative effects in humans.

Silver Vine: Can effect cats similar to Catnip. Probably has effects for humans.

Bog Bean Leaves: Can effect cats similar to Catnip, used by humans in place of coffee.

Dittany of Crete: A Cooking Spice grown in Europe, this plant does not drop seeds and can only be cultivated by growing a clone, and it has been passed down this way for a LONG time. It has some sedative effects from what I have read, but I have not tried it.

Voaconga Africana: Contains things similar to Ibogaine and could be used for drug treatment.

Inebriating Mint: Used around Turkey, made like Tea, has a sedative effect.

Indian Warrior: A Natural Sedative/Tranquilizer

Mulungu: Said to be "Nature's Valium" by some people.

Wild Dagga: Contains Leourine, similar to Cannabis but not the same. Can be smoked or made into a tea.

Clip Dagga: Just like Wild Dagga

Motherwort/Siberian Motherwort: Contains the same thing as Wild Dagg and Clip Dagga.

Virola Elongota: Used by people in the Amazon as an entheogen and arrow poison.

Desfontainia: Known as "Chilean Holly", used as a Hallucinogen by native people.

Typha Capensis: Root Mass used as Entheogen

Maconha Brava: Used as an Entheogen in some places.

Black Horehound: Contains Diterpenes and is said to have some entheogen effects.

Stone Root: Has effects on the central nervous system and other parts of the body.

Horny Goat Weed: Used as a Sexual Stimulant for Men

Yohimbe: Used as a Sexual Stimulant for Men and Women

Belladonna Eye Drops: Used to make your eyes Dilated

Passion Flower: MAOI/Antidepressant

Kanna: SSRI/Antidepressant

Aconite aka Monks Hood aka Wolf's Bane. It has been used to kill wolves and was said to turn people in to werewolves. It is poison and can kill someone who eats to much, some people smoke it though.

Acacia is known as "Waddle" in Australia and has species all over the world, the bark contains DMT, 5-MeO-DMT and other Tryptamines.

Acorus Calamus aka Sweet Flag. Can cause hallucinations. It is used in medicine and food.

Amanita Muscaria aka Fly Agaric. Hallucinogenic and possibly Narcotic. You have probably seen them with toads on them, or gnomes under them, or in Alice in Wonderland.

Some species of Ants have been used to achieve ritual hallucinations. Some ants contain hallucinogens you can use by swallowing them.

Ayahuasca is a mixture of 2 things. Any plant containing MAOIs mixed with any plant containing DMT, then drank together.

Belladona seeds are poisonous and have been used to achieve hallucinations for a long time. They say that the reason "witches fly on broom sticks" is because they would use broom sticks to put the Belladona seed in a... weird place. Then they would "Fly".

Betel leaf is chewed by about 1/10th of the world's population as a mild stimulant similar to cigarettes.

Brugmansia contains Scopolamine which can cause vivid hallucinations via making you extremely delirious. It is not a hallucinogen, it is a delliriant and a poison that can kill you.

caesalpinia sepiaria is said to cause hallucinations.

Camellia Sinensis aka Tea Leaves, contains both Caffeine and L-Theanine, which together work differently than either of them would alone.

Cannabis aka Marijuana aka Pot also Hash contains THC and other Cannabinoids.

Chocolate contains Theobromine.

Cantharides aka Spanish Fly. An Aphrodisiac made from the wings of a beetle. Supposedly Sudanese people grind up dung beetles and drink them with water, no known reason for this yet though.

Coca plants contain cocaine and other things. It used to be the main ingredient of Coca-Cola.

Coffee contains Caffeine.

Datura is just like Brugmansia.

Duboisia Hopwoodii aka Pituri grows in Australia and has nicotine and a stronger (more poisonous) relative of nicotine in it.

Ephedra aka Mormon Tea contains Ephedrine, a stimulant which has been used to treat asthma.

Fugu aka Puffer fish. It's liver contains a nuerotoxin that kills most people, some people survive with no vital signs, then wake back up after 3 days. It is a delicacy in Japan because you have to trust the chef to not kill you, even on accident.

Guarana contains both Theobromine and Caffeine.

Heimia Salicifolia aka "Sun Opener" has the ability to turn your vision yellow when you drink it in a tea.

Henbane is poisonous and some people smoke it.

Iboga contains Ibogaine which has in recent times been used to cure Heroine and other opiate addictions. It could also be useful for cigarette smokers and methamphetamine users.

Inebriating Mint is used as a sedative and light hallucinogen in Turkey and a few other places.

Kava Kava has the same descriptive qualities as marijuana (Sedative/Euphoriant), but it is not the same when you take it, they are different. Mixing them together gives them Synergy though.Kava will make your moth numb and does not taste awesome.

Kratom is a sedative or a stimulant depending how much you take, and people chew it or make it into a tea.

lycopodium complanatum has been used by natives as a stimulant.

lycopodium selago causes a "mild narcotic hypnosis" at low doses and coma at high doses.

Mandrake root is poisonous and has historically been used in tons of potions and stuff. It was the plant that had a crying baby as a root in Harry Potter. The roots actually do look like people sometimes and historically they have been involved in all kinds of crazy stuff.

Morning Glory Seeds contain LSA which is a cousin of LSD.

Myelobia Smerintha Moths are said to be able to give you dreams when eaten, and the Aztecs claimed a moth as their underworld God, so someone should see what is in those ones.

the Nightmare fish is known to cause terrible nightmares. It could be kyphosus vaigiensis or kyphosus fuseus.

Osteophloeum Platyspermum is used in Ecuador for it's hallucinogenic properties.

Peyote is known to contain Mescaline.

Psilosybe mushrooms (usually Psilosybe Cubensis) are known as "Magic Mushrooms" commonly.

Puffballs are the mushrooms genuses: Lycoperdon, Bovista and Calvatia and have been known to cause Auditory Hallucinations.

Qat aka Khat is eaten in the middle east, it is used commonly like coffee, but is more like Amphetamine.

San Pedro is similar to Peyote.

Scirpus has traditionally been used as a Hallucinogen in Mexico, but it's effects have not been studied.

Scotch Broom supposedly has hallucinogenic seeds, and leaves that when smoked, make colors seem more vibrant.

Syrian Rue contains MAOIs which shut off parts of your immune system, allowing certain plants to take stronger effect (ex: used in Ayahuasca to make DMT orally effective) but it will also make Chocolate, Alcohol and Cheese poisonous during the duration of its effect on you because you can not break them down properly. This is called the "Cheese Syndrome" or "Cheese Effect"

Tree Tobacco is much like Tobacco but contains nicotine and other things, and it grows in South America.

Wild Lettuce (all lettuce actually, but this one has the most) contains opiates, not the same at the opiates in opium, but they hit the same receptors in the brain. It used to be called "Poor man's opium", and it probably grows in your yard.

Virola is known to contain DMT and other things.

Yohimbe bark is used as an Aphrodisiac and Stimulant for both men and women.

Yopo contains 5-HO-DMT which is mixed with Edible Lime and blown into people's noses in south America.

Uziza: Contains Caryophyllene, which is also in Cannabis and works similar to Cannabinoids.

Syrian Oregano & Thyme: Both of these contain Thymol, which is related to Propofol, which is the stuff that Michael Jackson was using to sleep. Thymol does not act like Propofol only because it is broken down in the stomach and liver.

Betel Leaf and Nut: Contains Chavicol, the leaves and nut are chewed like tobacco all over the world, and drops of extract can be added to a cigarette or joint for a stimulant effect.

Dragon's Head (Dracocephelums): Sedative Effect

Wool Grass: Root mass is used as an Entheogen

Sun Opener: Used as part of a Mixture in Mexico by Natives. It has effects of its own, but they are hard to pin point. Maybe a skeletal muscle relaxant, it has a weird hangover.

Coleus: Used by the same tribe that invented Salvia, it is a Sedative but has not been studied much.

Hops: Contain Myrcene, which works as a light Opiod Analgesic.

Indian Bay Leaves: Contains Caryophyllene

Uncaria Rhynchophylla: Has effects on the NMDA receptor.

Ylang Ylang: Contains Caryophyllene and other Terpenes.

Tecoma Stans: Works in some cats like Catnip. Could have effects in humans.

Tartarian Honey Suckle Bark: Works like Catnip in some cats. Could have effects in humans.

Cigarette Tobacco/Nicotiana Tobaccum: Used for dreaming by Native Americans, not used to Relax or Stimulate.

Jasmine Tobacco: A Species of Tobacco whose flowers smell like Jasmine

Bitter Calea: Used to promote dreaming.

Graviola: 5HT1a Agonist

Senegalia greggii: Native to Texas to California and in Sonora Mexico, the extract has stimulant effects
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Now, for some more in depth info on Peptide bonds. So far we have talked about when 2 Amino Acids come together to form a Peptide bond, and we have talk about when an Acid and an Alcohol come together to form an Ester, and how Amino acids can be used for this. Then a while back I talked about hydrogen Bonds, where Oxygen and Hydrogen react, and how different mixtures of Hydrogen, like Hydrocarbons, can cause different reactions.

So, now I am going to get in to more Peptide Bonds.There are things called Oligopeptides which just means 2 or more Peptides that have been bonded together via a Peptide Bond, just like when the Amino Acids were bonded to form the Peptide. And when you bond 2 peptides together, you create a new Peptide.

There are not only Oligopeptides, there are also Oligoesters, This is when you get 2 Esters to bond together, and create a new Ester. I am pretty sure that Esters and Peptides can also be mixed together, I have not found a name for this yet though, and I don't know how I would search for that.

There is also the possibility of "Dipeptides" where you take 1 Amino Acid, and add a strong acid, allowing it to react with itself. Ex: Glycylglycine (From Glycine). This makes a Peptide that is different than the Original Amino Acid, even though it is just 2 of the same Amino Acid. The Structure breaks down differently, and therefor has a stronger ability to get further in your body before it is broken down or used up.

These methods of making Peptides and Esters, mixed with the list of things I made and posted above this post, could create cures for everything humans have ever been ailed by, as far as Virus, Disease and Infection and stuff. I don't see why there is a lab working to make penis enlargement pills from spider venom because the venom makes people's dick so hard it explodes (heard it on the Joe Rogan Podcast), but there are no labs doing what I am outlining here, which has unlimited possibility, everything from non-Addictive pain management, to cancer treatment, to Caffeine alternatives, to Anti-Depressants and none of it is really being studied. It's just ridiculous.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3oEW1GM9mAo

Russell Brand talked about Jubilee and touched on Debt slavery, and it just made me think of something I wanted to post here. When people think of "Slavery" they think of what happened in America, and how people were completely mistreated. And that is a form of Slavery, but there is another form of Slavery that we still use, but it's not really considered slavery any more.

In the Bible, people would become slaves in order to get something from someone. For example, there is a story of a guy you gives himself up as a slave for 7 years to marry a guys daughter, then the guy tricks him and gives him his other daughter who was not as pretty. Then the guy goes back in to slavery for 7 years in order to marry the other daughter. Then there was debt repayment. If you owed someone money, they could make you work for them until your debt was paid off. I don't have any debt, but I have noticed that in America when people go to college they end up with tons of debt, that they then have to work off. This is not them being whipped and chained, but they are in a form of slavery.

And as Russell Brand said in his video, Jubilee was a time when everyone's debts were forgiven, I think it was every 7 years or something like that. All the slaves had to be freed, and all the debts had to be forgiven. This is kind of what happened in Fight Club, when Tyler Durden used the working class people to create a massive distraction, while he blew up the credit bureaus.

If anyone feels like a Slave, there is an ancient Symbol you can use to show you recognize you are a slave and are sick of it. In Ancient Rome a bunch of slaves were freed, around 200 BC, and to signal this, the Emperor took a hat that looked like a red Santa hat, just with no fluff on it, and he put it on top of a pole. Slaves wore Santa hats in Ancient Rome, so this was a Symbol that they had been freed.

Since then, that symbols has become known as "The Liberty Pole", and if you look up "American Revolution" you will notice people in the drawings have Red Santa hats with no Fluff on them.
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A lot of people seem to think I am somehow arguing for the Zeitgeist, I am not. But if you want my arguments for how Christianity came out of Egypt, here is is.

All you have to do to prove that Christianity is plagiarized is talk about the life of Moses. I accept that Jesus was probably a person, my whole thing with Christmas is the Trees and Santa. I am not claiming Jesus as part of my religion.

1. Moses was raised in Pharaoh's house and was taught about all Gods

2. Moses made the Tabernacle and Covenant of the Ark out of Acacia wood, which is the Egyptian Tree of Life

3. Historians Think the Burning Bush was Acacia and Moses inhaled the vapors, which may have caused "Visions". Acacia trees don't burn easily, because they have gas that burns away around them and protects them.

4. Moses killed a slave driver when he had an identity crisis, then his brother took advantage of that, and freed his people.

5. Anything before Moses in the Bible, was written by Moses.
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And if you want to know what I think about Jesus, I don't use Mithra and Horus to try to prove that Jesus is false. I use Catholic tradition and Bible history to prove that Jesus was probably just a little ahead of his time.

If you look in to Catholic Tradition of the "Holy Family", which is Mary, Jesus and Joseph. They say that at the point in the Bible when the King said "Kill all children under the age of 2" and the Holy Family left town on a Donkey, they went to Egypt. According to Catholic Tradition, they specifically went to a town in Egypt known as "Sebennytos".

If you look up "Sebennytos" you will find that it is the center of an ancient cult, and was founded by an ancient cult. This is the Cult of Serapis. This cult was known for raising cows, treating them really well, and then killing them to cleanse their sins, after putting a sun crown on the cows head. "Serapis" was worshiped in the form of a Human at the time of Jesus, but before the Greeks came to Egypt, Serapis was known as "Apis" and was a cow born of a virgin, impregnated by a ray of light from the sun.

I am not saying Jesus didn't exist, I am saying that this is where Mary and Joseph got the idea to tell their kid his was born of a virgin and that he was meant to be sacrificed. They shared the ideas of the cult they visited with him, but Serapis was a human so Jesus thought a human had to be sacrificed. Before the Greeks came, Apis was a Cow.

The cult of Serapis is not only known for being the founders of the town that the Holy Family visited, a member of the cult named "Manetho" who lived 300 years before Jesus, and he wrote a book called "Aegyptiaca" which is now known as "The History of Egypt". Manetho invented the word "Dynasty", and Aegyptiaca is the first document in history to use the word Dynasty. It was used to describe the Pharaoh families, and "Par'Oh"/Pharaoh is actually not "the King", Par'Oh is the palace where the king lives, and Apis the cow lived there with him, as well as some other people like twins and stuff.

In my mind if Mary and Joseph had the entire knowledge of the book Aegyptiaca, and shared it with Jesus in the context of the Serapis cult, it explains everything a lot better than "He was sent by God".

And the Bible was written 30 years after Jesus died, and if this hypothesis is true, then Jesus never actually read the book himself and just had it told to him by Mart and Joseph.

All of these things that happened are true, I am just not sure if Mary and Joseph read that book or not. That is the only thing that is not for sure, but it was written 300 years before they got there, so it is completely possible.
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When people think of Temples and Pyramids in Ancient Egypt, they often think of Slaves. But that is not how it worked according to Egyptian record.

According to Egyptian Record, Temples worked a lot more like Universities and Libraries and other Public buildings do today, except they waited until someone died and built the building in their honor. For example, instead of Thomas Jefferson starting a university, then his money going towards public education, how we do now. What happened in Ancient Egypt, for example, Imhotep died. And since Imhotep was known as a great builder and surgeon, the Pharaoh had a temple built for him so that people could go there and call on Imhotep for help. Imhotep's writings were kept here and his methods were passed down until they reached Greece thousands of years later (in the form of Aesclapius) and started western Medicine that we practice today.

And people were paid for their work, for example, Imhotep was not Royalty, but he was well respected and well paid for his work in building. And so were many other people. There is no time of Jewish slavery in Egypt according to Egyptian record. Christians will argue that the Ipwter Scrolls or something like that talk about Servants and stuff, but that was written before the Bible and it makes more sense that whoever made up the Bible story read that scroll and not that the scroll is referencing the Bible story.
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