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Modern Medicines Connection To The Occult

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Disclaimer: I am not saying "drugs are bad". Drugs can be bad, and I'm not saying "medicine is evil". I'm proving with academic sources, that there's a dark side to medicine. There's sorcery, and then there's medicine. I am very interested in pharmacology, ethnobotany, phytochemistry, and related fields. I am here to serve the greater good however, and not be bias, nor do I worship the serpent on the side of the ambulance.

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Did you know that modern medicine was birthed from the occult?[1][2][3] Dating back to ancient Egyptian alchemy and magic, pharmaceuticals were first derived from plants.[4][5][6] Psychedelic and poisonous plants specifically, were viewed as "magic", and posessed the ability to allow humans to commune with their gods, in shamanic traditions[7][8]. This means that all cultures can be traced back to primitive religions of a shamanic nature, that revolved around the use and adoration of certain types of plants, and fungi, often referred to in modern times as "ethnobotanicals", or "entheogens". Shamanism is another word for sorcery.[8] They were always psychedelic, or poisonous in nature.[8] From sacred mushroom cults, to mysterious shamanesses ( like Maria Sabina of Oaxaca Mexico ), to the Natives using Peyote for ceremony and worship, psychedelic and poisonous plants, fungi, and even cacti, have a primitive religion surrounding them, and to put it bluntly, that fallen religion is sorcery(shamanism). I studied it for many years. I'm here to blow the whistles on the spiritual dangers, without spreading hate or discrimination. I still find these cultures fascinating.

Alchemy was the first system of drug manufacturing(making of pharmaceuticals, or free-basing of phytochemicals from plants). The Egyptians had entire libraries on the subject, and tied it all in with the occult.[15] In Alchemy, there were the main operations, which include: calcination, sublimation, fusion, crystallization, and distillation.[15][16] The modern freemasons are the guardians to ancient Egyptian occult knowledge regarding these matters, and it is still used in modern chemistry(drug manufacturing).[15][16] Not all medicine is occult. Technically, the definition of sorcery is: The administration of drugs, medicines, and poisons, in connection with idolatry and the magical arts.(dark, manipulative, deceptive, enchanting, alluring) Medicine is mentioned in the bible however. Ezekiel 47:12 "And by the river upon the bank thereof, on this side and on that side, shall grow all trees for meat, whose leaf shall not fade, neither shall the fruit thereof be consumed: it shall bring forth new fruit according to his months, because their waters they issued out of the sanctuary: and the fruit thereof shall be for meat, and the leaf thereof for medicine." The original source for all medicine, was herbal remedies.

Note that I never mean hate when I discuss these things. I studied shamanism(sorcery) for over ten years, and was heavily fascinated and captivated by it. I was sorta like Wilson from the 90's show "Home Improvement", fascinated by other cultures, primarily primitive ones. The modern field of ethnobotany is the study of just that, but it has a dark side, that lures one into witchcraft and the occult. The study connects these shamanic plants, with the modern pharmaceutical agenda. I enjoy discussing these things and connect the dots. I warn about the dangers of certain things but am not totally against these 'sacred plants' as their called, being used as medicine(not in a shamanic context), as they are being studied and prove beneficial in the right contet and dosage, as well as settings by academics such as MAPS.org. There is a spiritual side to these substances however, that people are often not aware of. There's also an agenda to merge religion and drug use, and I expose that on this site as well[9]. Albert hoffman and others are involved in this agenda, and contributed to books that I cite on this to verify that.[9] Today Psychededlics are being studied and decriminalized, even legalized for their therapeutic benefits, and the results have been miraculous.[11] Bottom line, all of modern pharmceuticals are built off of the knowledge that first came from these ethnobotanicals. Modern medicine is all built on medicines derived from plants(natural, God-made).[10] Opiates come from Poppies[11], dental anesthetics like benzocain(as well as: lidocaine, articaine, and mepivacaine) come from cocaine(the coca plant[Erythroxylum coca])[13], there's even an opioid made out of kratom now[12][14]


The ancient Egyptians were more advanced than modern shamanic neo-primitive cultures. Cultures like the Native Americans made use of herbal mixtures, rather than using advanced chemical preparations. So bottom line, medicine started off in the garden, or foraging in the wilderness. It didn't start off in a lab, it advanced to a lab. In many ancient shamanic and pharma recipes, Marijuana was combined with different psychoactive plants like Datura, Henbane, Atropa Bella Donna, the Opium Poppy, Nutmeg, and even Calamus.[17] In the ancient recipe known as Rasayana, it's combined with cowage seeds, which contain trace amounts of ayahusaca related alkaloids.[17] These kinds of mixtures were used during religious ceremonies by nearly every tradition. Primitive shamanic cultures in South America understood chemistry from a primitive level, when they made snuff out of Cebil seeds(Anadenanthera colubrina , and Tobacco ash... They snorted it(first act of a human snorting a drug, dates back to shamanism).[18] The seeds contain psychedelic DMT[18] Back then people were not aware of the chemistry behind these medicines, nor did they know that there were psychoactive substances in them. Primitive cultures tended to believe that plants like this were "magic", and that is because they are tied to occult practices like divination, necromancy, and the supernatural in general.[8] I subscribe to the belief that they are the fruits of the trees of the knowledge of good and evil, and I do believe it is plural and not singular ( fruits, not fruit ). [ The Hebrew words are plural, I looked into it. ]


I wrote another blog on this which is strikingly similar where I expose the "entheogen" deception. I connect the dots between the occult use of certain plants like Ololiuqui, and Hawaiian baby woodrose, even Ergot and Sleepy Grass(grows Ergot), and how they are all connected to LSD, AND the occult(ancient shamanic practices)[sorcery]. The blog is titled Ethnobotany and pharmakeia, a warning to Christians..

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Genesis 1:29 "And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for nourishment(health; meat; food; wellness; vitality)".

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Academic Sources:

[1] Veiga, P. (2009). Health and Medicine in ancient Egypt; magic and science (Doctoral dissertation, Universidade de Lisboa).

[2] Gaul, J. H., & Baum, N. (2020). The Magic in Medicine and the Medicine in Magic. The Journal of Medical Practice Management: MPM, 35(6), 359-363.

[3] Verna, R. (2023). From alchemy to personalised medicine: the journey of laboratory medicine. Journal of Clinical Pathology, 76(5), 301-307.

[4] Parkins, M. D. (2001). Pharmacological practices of ancient Egypt. HISTORY OF MEDICINE DAYS, 5.

[5] Adu-Gyamfi, S. (2015). Ancient Egyptian Medicine: A Systematic Review.

[6] Shafik, A., & Elseesy, W. R. (2003). Medicine in ancient Egypt. In Medicine Across Cultures: History and Practice of Medicine in Non-Western Cultures (pp. 27-47). Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands.

[7] Bever, E. (2008). Sorcery, Satanism, and Shamanism. In: The Realities of Witchcraft and Popular Magic in Early Modern Europe. Palgrave Historical Studies in Witchcraft and Magic. Palgrave Macmillan, London. https://doi.org/10.1057/9780230582118_5

[9] Forte, Robert. Entheogens and the Future of Religion. Rochester, Vt., Park Street Press, 2012.

[10] Dass, S., and M. Mathur. Herbal drugs: ethnomedicine to modern medicine. Ed. Kishan Gopal Ramawat. Berlin, Germany:: Springer, 2009.

[13] Ruetsch, Yvan A., Thomas Boni, and Alain Borgeat. "From cocaine to ropivacaine: the history of local anesthetic drugs." Current topics in medicinal chemistry 1.3 (2001): 175-182.

[14] Old Blog from "botanical guides" on Big pharma making a pill derived from Kratom's Mitragynine phytochemical..

[15] Holmyard, Eric John. Alchemy. Courier Corporation, 2012.

[16] Chalupa, Radek, and Karel Nesměrák. "Analytical chemistry reveals secrets of alchemy." Monatshefte für Chemie-Chemical Monthly 152.9 (2021): 1019-1032.

[18] Pagán-Jiménez, J. R., & Carlson, L. A. (2014). Recent Archaeobotanical Findings of the Hallucinogenic Snuff Cojoba (Anadenanthera Peregrin A (L.) Speg.) in Precolonial Puerto Rico. Latin American Antiquity, 25(1), 101-116.

Book sources:

[8] Toro, G., & Thomas, B. (2007). Drugs of the dreaming: oneirogens: Salvia divinorum and other dream-enhancing plants. Rochester, VT: Park Street Press.

[11] Swerdlow, Joel L. Nature’s Medicine : Plants That Heal. Washington, D.C., National Geographic Society, 2000.

[17] Ratsch, Christian. Marijuana Medicine: A World Tour of the Healing and Visionary Powers of Cannabis. Rochester, VT: Healing Arts, 2001. Print.

Encyclopedia references / sources:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shamanism

NBC NEWS:

[12] NBC News: New opioids derived from Kratom herb could relieve pain without dangerous side effects


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PubChem The National Library Of Medicine

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[11] MAPS.org Psychedelic Studies (Academic)

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