Psychedelics in the Bible – What the Church Doesn’t Teach You (Part 2: Was Moses High on Mount Sinai?)

Part 1 looked at the theory that Moses was high on hallucinogenic drugs when he spoke to God at the Burning Bush. However, this is only one of many theories claiming that the Bible contains evidence of the usage of such drugs.

This article explores the idea that when Moses received the Ten Commandments on Mount Sinai in c1446BC, near the spot where he spoke to God at the Burning Bush six years earlier, he was once again high on hallucinogenic drugs. It is a theory that gives a very different meaning to the cloud of smoke that settled on the famous mountain!

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