This article pertains to more plants than the Blue Lotus and Kava Kava. I just decided to use those two as examples, sense they were among the first on my bucket-list of psychoactive plants to write about. For Native American like cultures, including the Shamans and cultures in Africa, Peru, and the Amazon, this is done with any plant, whether it's considered psychoactive or not. They also believe that the plant teaches you how to use it, and that this knowledge comes to you in visions and dreams.[1] This brings with it the need for me to issue some biblical context, and a whole slew of questions and religious theories and speculation. See my biblical warnings. The bible says to test the spirits to see whether they are of God Do plants theirselves have their own spirit? Do the spirits of plants go to heaven and hell(medicinal vs poisonous)? ( too many are quick to say no, without research, and in closed-mindedness. ) And what spirit is communiating to these shamans in their visions and dreams? Failure to address your prayers to the Most High results in them going to a false god, a fallen spirit, fallen angel.. This page is also about the connection between cultural lore, Christianity, and science.

Job 33:14 "For God speaketh once, yea twice, yet man perceiveth it not. 15 In a dream, in a vision of the night, when deep sleep falleth upon men, in slumberings upon the bed; 16 Then he openeth the ears of men, and sealeth their instruction, 17 That he may withdraw man from his purpose, and hide pride from man. 18 He keepeth back his soul from the pit, and his life from perishing by the sword."

I noticed a long time ago that in shamanic practices and new age circles it's believed that certain psychoactive plants seem to work much better when used in conjunction with meditation. There is a right and wrong way to meditate, and improperly it can be dangerous. The bible tells us to meditate on Gods word. Being in a deep meditative state seems to activate the plants properties, or is it something else? A ministering spirit? What does this mean? It simply means lay in your bed and relax. In shamanic cultures, they enter these trance like meditative states in order to tune in to the subtle properties of the plants.[1] They may actually be tuning into subtle properties of the fallen ones too, so note this. They believe that this allows the plant spirit to take them on a journey. It's said that, It's a way of meeting the plant ally in sacred spirit space.[1] ( I think it may be using the plant spirit as a tool to enter the spirit realm, a common theme with shamans. )


Two examples of plants that meditation is often associated with in new agery and shamanic doctrine are Blue Lotus, and Kava Kava. Kava grows on certain islands in the pacific ocean. It resembles beach sand in both its aroma and appearance. In some cases it's not the plants which are the problem. You need to be careful and aware of the dangers which are in the doctrine associated with some plants. Connecting herbalism with astrology and idols, and false god worship, is where the doors for the enemy are opened. Study the ten commandments and blessings and curses in the bible, as well as the difference between divination and prophecy. The false doctrine of the fallen ones is designed to be seductive and appealing, but it is a false light. {Revelation 22:4 And they shall see his face; and his name shall be in their foreheads(pineal gland; soul/spirit seat). 5 And there shall be no night there; and they need no candle, neither light of the sun; for the Lord God giveth them light: and they shall reign for ever and ever.}


Blue Lotus has ties to Buddhism, just a fact for ya. I'm not judging anyone. I studied a lot of religious, not extensively, but on the surface. I thought they were cool at the time, and I've come to know certain factual things from them. There are also elements which are dangerous, and to me that's the elements which are the bible warns about. I also noticed that people often steal things from the bible and pervert them, like when God calls himself "I AM", other cultures have adopted that and teach people to chant it to theirselv. This is demonic in nature, as it is a way of exalting yourself into a false god. Self exaltation doesn't work. It seems to at first but you travel down a road to destruction that way, and it makes your pride habitual.


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Kava I view as more innocent, and less associated with false gods. It can be an abomination if you view it in the wrong way just as anything else, or if you make it a god, or go over board with its consumption. I do view it as an acceptable gift from God to enjoy sometimes. In Vanuatu ( an Island in the pacific ), Alcohol is illegal and they drink Kava instead! IT causes less social problems, less hostile and bizzare behavior(unlike alcohol), and is non-toxic. There are Kava bars in south florida. It's also native to Fiji and the Solomon Islands.

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Blue lotus is often exaderated and marketed as a drug. I've never noticed any such results. Pharmaceutical companies were selling free-base phytochemicals from it, or some type of RC vendors. For some reasons the authorities were never getting on to them, and the general public didn't seem to notice too much. I think they're still there. It's odd to me. Funny how some things are controlled, others seem to remain under the radar and have a hidden market in plain sight. I think it's likely the case that there's real Blue lotus out there, but the majority of the product is poorly sourced, or poor quality and generally lacks potency. It's also possible that it's not psychoactive at all. You'll probably be disappointed if you try it. I think it's more of something the new age likes to turn into one of their metaphysical tools, aka cursed objects or false god devices. Be advised, seek the ten commandments and the word of God


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I found that by learning about different cultures and their spiritual beliefs, cultural or religious beliefs, the Bible is far more easy to understand. Be careful about getting sucked into false doctrine though, because it is designed to be addictive and activate the lust within you. It trains your soul to sin, so that the enemy can dwell therein, and he gets to keep you when the end arrives. You don't want that. I connect the dots for you on here and back it all up, to show the similarities between shamanism, and Buddhism, and Christianity, and explain what you need to learn in order to discern between the real light of the Father Son and Holy Spirit, and the false light of lucifer and his fallen ones. Following the right God requires effort and discipline, more so the further off track you've gotten in life.


"For every petty sin is a single footstep down a path which leads to eternal destiny.." - Came to me Nov 2021, the day I was saved.


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