Kaneh bosm or marijuana in the Bible Not being familiar with the term "Kaneh bosm, " I decided to do a Google search, and was surprised to find this website , among many others devoted to the subject. Evidently, there are a lot of people wanting to connect marijuana cannabis use to a spiritual practice—and to connect it to herbs mentioned in the Bible. This, however, is nothing new.
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Biography[ edit ] Born in Poland, Benet was fascinated with peasant culture of Poland since her early youth. This interest eventually led her to enroll as a student of literature and philosophy in the Faculty of Humanities in the University of Warsaw , graduating with a degree in anthropology. Upon receiving her degree in , she attended graduate school at Columbia University , where she received her doctorate in Also at this time she first made known at a seminar in Warsaw her theory that "calamus" in the Bible is hemp. In many ancient languages, including Hebrew, the root "kan" had a double meaning, both hemp and reed.
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The holy anointing oil described in Exodus Origin of the term[ edit ] The Hebrew term " Messiah " in Greek Christos means "the anointed one", and relates to anyone anointed dedicated to God. The person thus anointed might be a king, a priest, or a prophet. However, anointing with special oil in Israel was either a strictly priestly or kingly right. When a prophet was anointed, it was because he was first a priest.
Ancient Cannabis " The Holy Anointing Oil In , a little known Polish Professor, Sara Benetowa later Sula Benet , did extensive etymological research, showing that both the Aramaic and Hebrew versions of the Old Testament contained references to cannabis as a fiber for rope and cloth, as well as an incense. Referring to the Hebrew word Q'aneh-Bosm also translated Kaneh-Bosm, and Kineboisin , Benet stated in a later essay; "The sacred character or Hemp in biblical times is evident from Exodus Anointing set sacred things apart from secular. The anointment of sacred objects was an ancient tradition in Israel; holy oil was not to be used for secular purposes Then the Lord said to Moses, "Take the following fine spices: