posted on Sep, 11 2004 @ 06:12 PM
I was going to start a thread with this but thought not, as discussion on drugs is frowned at here, but i reckon it has some relevance to your
It could well be that in later times the cannabis smoke had somewhat mellowed the Scythians, and their spiritual leaders directed them towards
becoming a more civilized people. The ancient Greek historian Ephorus wrote in the fourth century BC that the Scythians 'feed on mares milk and excel
all men in justice'. His comments were followed in the first century BC by Strabo, who wrote that 'we regard the Scythians as the most just of men
and the least prone to mischief, as
also far more frugal and independent of others than we are.'
Ancient Greeks Praised cannabis smoking society for being more just, civilized and independent. They also commented on their clothes, which were made
Hemp has so much to offer not just spiritually but economically. Hemp can be used for so many things.
I become more and more dismayed that people remain ignorant of this fact, preferring to see cannabis as a bad thing. This concept is a direct result
It is well known that most leaders and innovators past and present would often participate in the casual use of cannabis, yet this is denied to the
people. In reading threads here that have touched on the subject i have noticed that the argument for the casual use of cannabis always wins over
those who argue against especially when alcohol abuse comes into it.
I do now consider the oppression of cannabis and the use of industrial hemp a serious crime towards humanity.
"Oh sh*t man this world could be such a better place"
[edit on 11-9-2004 by kode]