Tag Archives: Culture

The Cantheist Creed*

Cannabis sativa, L., is the Useful Cane and the True Hemp. Therefore, we honor it with high honor. Cannabis Hemp is a restorative natural resource for all to grow, share and use and humanity has a unique and shared history … Continue reading

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Cantheism and Constitutional law

Sign petition to have Cantheism recognized as a protected religious practice An academic and political treatise by Chris Conrad, to address the question: Is there an ecumenical religious creed common to a significant number of cannabis-based religious beliefs, that can … Continue reading

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Cantheist Rites, Rituals and Ceremonies

Direct contact with cannabis is an essential aspect Cantheism allows each person to intuitively find their own connection between cannabis sacrament and their other religious beliefs or lack thereof. The only mandatory Cantheist or Cannatheist rite is the possession, sharing … Continue reading

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Cantheism in history and cultures

Cannatheology: Cultural and philosophical roots Cantheism, or Cannatheism, is a sacramental practice that is tolerant and consistent with other churches, faiths, and systems of belief. Anyone may incorporate Cantheism into their current religious persuasion, so long as they adhere to … Continue reading

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Cantheism: Sacramental Use of Cannabis

Sign petition to have Cantheism recognized as a protected religious practice An academic and political treatise by Chris Conrad, to address the question: Is there an ecumenical religious creed common to a significant number of cannabis-based religious beliefs, that can … Continue reading

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