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Scottsdale Bows


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Scottsdale Bows

"By bow in sky doeth Scottsdale lay ..."

"With sign from above, perfection thereof !"

"Until this day un-mitigated doubt."

"But, colors to flash in parabolic trout ..."

"Leaves uncertainty behind, the journey of the stout."

~ Lǎo Bèi Jī Xióng - 老贝姬雄

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James Hetfield and Metallica Rock The House

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Android Smartphone Devices: Click the James Hetfield snap above to be hyperlinked directly to the Whiskey video by Metallica at YouTube.

Or, watch the video here at Tumblr directly by clicking on the following video window.

Lyrics are located below the video window.

Enjoy!

Whiskey in the Jar-O by Metallica (video)

Whiskey in the Jar-O by Metallica (lyrics)

Verso Uno.

  • "As I was going over, the Cork n Kerry Mountains..."
  • "I saw Capt. Ferrell, and his money he was countin'!.
  • "I first produced my pistol, and then produced my rapier..."
  • "I said, 'Stand and Deliver! Or, the devil he may take ya!"

Verso Dos.

  • "I took all of his money, and it was a pretty penny!"
  • "I took all of his money! Yeah! And, I brought it home to Molly."
  • "She swore that she loved me, no never would she leave me."
  • "But, the devil take that woman! Yeah, you know she tricked me easy!"

Refrain.

  • "Must have rained on my 'do-da-ma-dai'..."
  • "Whacked for my daddy-o! Whacked for my daddy-o!
  • "There's whiskey in the jar-o!"

Verso Tres.

  • "Be'in drunk and weary, I went to Molly's chamber."
  • "Takin' Molly with me! But, I never knew the danger."
  • "For, about six, maybe seven...In walks Capt. Ferrell!
  • "So, I jumped up with my pistols! And, I shot him with both barrels!

Refrain.

  • "Must have rained on my 'do-da-ma-dai'..."
  • "Whacked for my daddy-o! Whacked for my daddy-o!
  • "There's whiskey in the jar-o!"
  • "Yeah, heah! Whiskey!

Verso Quatro.

  • "Now, some men like-a-fishin', and some men like-a-fowlin'.
  • "Some men like to hear! Like to hear the cannon ball roarin'!
  • "Me? I like sleepin', especially in my Molly's chamber.
  • "But, here I am in prison! Here I am with a ball n chain, yeah!

Refrain.

  • "Must have rained on my 'do-da-ma-dai'..."
  • "Whacked for my daddy-o! Whacked for my daddy-o!
  • "There's whiskey in the jar-o!"
  • "Yeah!"

Closing.

  • "Must have rained on my 'do-da-ma-dai'..."
  • "Must have rained on my 'do-da-ma-dai'..."
  • "Must have rained on my 'do-da-ma-dai'..."
  • "Must have rained on my 'do-da-ma-dai'..."
  • "Yeah!"

The End

Source of Lyrics: Whiskey by Metallica

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Preparation

The first step in our tutorial on how to make 'Ganja Butter' is to invest in and develop your choice of initial genetics.

Next, you will need to secure and maintain the following list of ingredients at your Cannabuds Grow Store.

Thirdly, you must then learn how to subsequently extract the 'trichomes' from your captured plant material in order to successfully blend your 'Ganja Butter'.

Ingredient List

Instructions

Step #1: First, melt your butter in the saucepan on LOW temperature to avoid burning the 'base'.

  • If your 'base' starts to smell like 'popcorn', then you have the temperature of the burner on too high!

Step #2: Next, toss in your medicinal ingredient after the butter has completely melted.

  • Keep the temperature on LOW and stir your now infused 'base' with a nylon whisk every five minutes or so for approx. 1 hour.
  • The trichomes embedded in the 'crushish' will start to release the phyto-cannabinoids over time at a temperature just below combustion.
  • So, continue to keep the temperature of your burner on LOW.

Step #3: Place the double layer of cheesecloth over your large glass bowl.

  • Anchor the cheesecloth to the glass bowl with a large rubber band around the rim of the bowl.
  • Continue to stir your infused 'base' with the nylon whisk.
  • Stop before reaching the end of the second hour.
  • All of the 'THC', 'CBD', and 'Aromatic Terpenes' as well as the other cannabinoids have now been released by the trichomes.

Step #4: It's time to SLOWLY pour the HOT liquid 'Ganja Butter' over the cheesecloth and into a glass bowl that will accommodate the volume of liquid, and also be small enough to fit inside of your 'ice bath'.

  • If the liquid will not all fit into one bowl, then pour the balance of the liquid into another glass bowl.
  • Using your 'rubber gloves', go ahead and squeeze out any excess liquid from the cheesecloth.
  • Leave any suspended plant material stuck in the cheesecloth to be discarded later.

Step #5: Prepare the 'ice bath' and place the finished, large HOT 'Ganja Butter' glass bowl of refined liquid into the 'ice bath', but DO NOT IMMERSE.

Step #6: Now, place the combo 'ice bath' and 'Ganja Butter' glass bowl inside the refrigerator on the lower shelf.

  • For professional food safety preparation standards, it is important to insure that your prepared foods do 'scoot' through the temperate zone as quickly as possible.
  • This will help to keep your 'Ganja Butter' pure.
  • When the 'Ganja Butter' has hardened inside the refrigerator, and is completely cooled down, you may place a sheet of 'plastic wrap' over the 'glass bowl'.

Step #7: After your butter has hardened, you may scoop it into a nice 'butter kettle' for your table and fridge.

  • Finally, you may now spread your 'Ganja Butter' regular way, or in many 'fancy' ways...as long as you use your 'Ganja Butter' as your primary care physician has recommended.

Isn't the new Arizona Medical Marijuana Act (AMMA), as made manifest by the passing of Prop 203 in November of 2010 by a majority of the voters in the Great State of Arizona just plain fun!

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Protecting Our Patients

Protecting our patients is our number one priority. Not selling to kids is our number two priority. But, kids these days find it easier to get opiod prescription medicine to experiment with. Tragically, many of them will die from overdoses, as did recently the grandson of T Boone Pickens as reported by Forbes. Be smart, stay smart, be safe ... people! C=> http://cannabuds.us

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Chloroplasts

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Cannabina linnet (hemp finches) on hemp serving tray

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Medical Marijuana Initiative of North America - International Limited Lapel Pin

The lapel pin for the Medical Marijuana Initiative of North America - International Limited (MMI), now USPTO registered

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Cannabina Linnets (hemp finches) on Hemp

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Cannabina Linnets (hemp finches)

We once and still do have a treaty on the books here in America that protects our avian friends from acts of extinction.

Now, if the US Congress possesses plenary powers to legislate for the protection of the public domain, then the US Congress has to take into consideration all possible accounts for such protection, including the protection of our migratory songbirds and the source of their bird seed, the widespread Indian hemp plant.

“It is, therefore, the responsibility of the US Congress to protect these natural guardians against hostile insects, which if not held in check would result in the inevitable destruction of all legacy prairie and primal forest lands.” ~ Louis Marshall, before the US Supreme Court upholding the Migratory Bird Treaty Act of 1918 in Missouri v. Holland, 252 U.S. 416 (1920)

Now, comes Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., a Civil War veteran, then a US Federal Supreme Court Justice, writing for the court majority stating …

“The case before us must be considered in light of our whole experience as a nation, and not merely in light of what was said a hundred years ago.”

“The only question is whether the destruction of the Indian hemp plant is forbidden by some invisible radiation emanating from the general terms of the 10th Amendment.”

“We must consider what this country has become, when deciding what that amendment has reserved.”

“I see nothing in the Constitution of the United States that compels the Federal government to sit by while a food supply vital to our national songbird population is cut off, and in that latent process thus destroy our nation’s supply of the valuable Indian hemp plant!”

“We, therefore, by our acquiescence denigrate the ability of our avian friends to protect our forests from insects, and our national and state crops from voracious borers and caterpillars!”

“It is not sufficient to rely upon the States to protect our songbirds and their hemp plants, and to ensure a wholesome, productive and fruitful life for both species, bird and plant.”

“Such reliance is vain.”

“Were it otherwise, the question then becomes whether or not the United States is forbidden to act in the songbird and the hemp plant’s best interests.”

“It is my express hope and desire that we as citizens wake up and once again give back to our songbirds, the plant that was given to them by our creator.”

“The birds will not mind if we grow the Indian hemp plant once again in this country, I assure you.”

“And, we as a society will be much better off taking care of the plant as good husbands, rather than destroying the plant as we have so insidiously promoted and done in this generation, and in generations now past.”

Source: Cornell Law Library

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Canna-honey recipe. Don't forget to decarb first ... a 1 ounce tray of #cannabuds in every oven! Rule of thumb ... 110 deg C (240 F) limit for 60 min to decarb Cannabis and convert CBDA to CBD. So, if honey breaks down at 40 deg C, better to first decarb your Cannabis flowers first, THEN soak the decarb'd flowers in everclear to dislodge the contents of the trichomes, drain off and dry the plant material and save it for your stash-filler, then add the now cooled liquid to the honey, about a mix of 75/25 ratio is minimally required to retain a thick viscosity over approx 3 - 5 lbs of finished product (the digested nectar from around 40 million clover flowers mixed with the contents of the trichomes from a dozen or so cannabuds). Spread on your toast with some butter and cinnamon, and voilà ... you've got Canna-honey! Dosage = 1 oz. (about 100 mg of THC per serving). Enjoy!

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Carbon Initiative


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Originally crafted by Robert Weber, MBA; Photo: Brooklyn Museum

Description

The MMC was founded in the year 2000 to capture and sequester 25 tons of carbon per hectare (about the amount of carbon spewed out each year from one automobile) and to provide quality medical information about the Cannabis plant.

To wit:

From the infamous Ogden Memo of October 2009...

Written by then Deputy Attorney General Ogden (for the benefit of the United States Department of Justice)

"The prosecution of commercial enterprises that unlawfully market and sell Med Mj at the Federal level for obvious profit do continue to be an enforcement priority of the DOJ."~ Deputy AG Odgen, USA DOJ

And, 

From the Federal CSA of 1970...signed into law by then President Richard M Nixon...as paraphrased by then Az AG Tom Horne in the failed 'Arizona v United States' case, that was not granted certiorari by the US Supreme Court in 2011 for lack of standing in a matter with fictitious adversarial conjectures.

As follows,

 It is not lawful to use any communication facility to commit perceived felony violations of the CSA. See 21 U.S.C.A. § 843(b). 

Here, a “communication facility” is defined as “any and all public and private instrumentalities used or useful in the transmission of writing, signs, signals, pictures, or sounds of all kinds and includes mail, telephone, wire, radio, and all other means of communication. See 21 U.S.C.A. § 843(b).

It is also not lawful to conspire to commit, with other domestic or alien human beings, any of the violations set forth in the CSA. 21 U.S.C.A. § 846. 

It is not lawful to knowingly open, lease, rent, use, or maintain property for the manufacturing, storing, or distribution of controlled substances as designated under the CSA. See 21 U.S.C.A. § 856. 

Pursuant to the CSA, the defendant United States of America categorizes Med Mj as a Schedule I controlled substance.

It is unlawful to manufacture, distribute, or dispense, or possess with intent to manufacture, distribute, or dispense, a controlled substance listed in the CSA under Schedule I therein. See 21 U.S.C.A. § 841.

Therefore, the United States federal government is authorized to arrest and prosecute individuals and businesses that grow, possess, transport, or distribute Med Mj, but only with the cooperation of the local, county and state governments that retain the policing powers of the US constitution. See 21 U.S.C.A. § 812. 

And, 

From other sections of the United States federal legal code...

It is not lawful to aid and abet the commission of a subject perceived offense, or federal crime. See 18 U.S.C.A. § 2. 

It is not lawful to conspire with other human beings, domestic or alien, to commit a subject perceived offense against the United States. See 18 U.S.C.A. § 371. 

It is not lawful to assist an offender in a subject perceived offense, to further aid in the commission of a subject perceived offense, or to thereby become an accessory to such a subject perceived offense, or federal crime. See 18 U.S.C.A. § 3.

It is not lawful to conceal knowledge of a felonious subject perceived offense from the all prying eye of the United States 'Big Brother' apparatus aka the 'Annuit Coeptis'. See 18 U.S.C.A. § 4.

It is not lawful to make certain financial transactions (ie. PayPal donations) that are designed to promote activities in subject perceived offenses, or to conceal or disguise the source of the proceeds of such activity. See 18 U.S.C.A. § 1956.

Conclusion:

These statutes remind me of the old 'Alien and Sedition' concepts from the Adams administration at the turn of the 18th century that were overturned by the Jefferson administration in 1800 - 1804, but only after many persons suffered terribly during the ill conceived application and enforcement of the wayward laws.

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The Birth O The Federal Reserve Bank O The United States


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Originally post'd by: Robert Hempaz; Video by: The American Dream

US Federal Reserve Birthday

December 23rd, 1913: The day Amerika lost her virginity to a pack of howling wolves

The private Federal Reserve Bank of the United States was born in a special session of the US Congress that was call'd at a time when most of the Senators and the leaders of the House of Representatives were absent for Christmas holiday.

"I have two great enemies that I fight against during the course of our Great Civil War. One is the Army of the Southern Confederacy that lies in front of me. That is obvious to each and every one of our citizens. The other, however, are the surreptitious bankers of the world who attempt to achieve their wealth at great price by extracting tribute from our two combatants. Of the two greater enemies, the bankers of the world are indeed my greatest foe."-Abraham Lincoln, 1809 – 1865

Source: How the 'Red Shields' (Rothschilds) Rule Our Money

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Psychotropic Drugging By Big Pharma


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Psychiatric Drugs Gone Wild by Dr Feelgood

300M scripts annually can't be wrong!

"I don't like the drugs, the drugs like me!"

- Marilyn Manson

Psychiatric Drugs Prescribed by Physicians Now Kill Over 3k people a month globally.

Watch the following documentary from Top Doc films:

"Making A Killing | The Untold Story of Psychotropic Drugging by Big Pharma"

You will be amazed at the results of decades of pushing Big Pharma concoctions onto an unsuspecting populous.

Now, who really are the "drug pushers" in America?

Medical marijuana advocates, or those who are beholden to forces not in compliance with the harmonies of nature and of a well-balanced society?

Source: Top Doc Films

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Propofol Killed Michael Jackson


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Michael Joseph Jackson, 1958 - 2009

Which type of legally dangerous and amoral Big Pharma concoction killed Michael Jackson?

  • Schedule I: A category of drugs not considered legitimate for medical use. Included are heroin, lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), and marijuana.
  • Schedule II: A category of drugs considered to have a strong potential for abuse or addiction but that also have legitimate medical use. Included are opium, morphine, and cocaine.
  • Schedule III: A category of drugs that have less potential for abuse or addiction than Schedule I or II drugs and have a useful medical purpose. Included are short-acting barbiturates and amphetamines.
  • Schedule IV: A medically useful category of drugs that have less potential for abuse or addiction than those of Schedules I, II, and III. Included are diazepam and chloral hydrate.
  • Schedule V: A medically useful catiegory of drugs that have less potential for abuse or addiction than those of Schedules I through IV. Included are anti-diarrheals and anti-tussives with opioid derivatives.

Answer: Propofol

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MedMj Honey Tea


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Single Serving Seasonal #MedMj Honey Tea

Try this recipe for a one-hit wonder instead of inspirating your vaporizer before bed at midnight.

Ingredients:

Cookware Needed:

Instructions:

  1. First, grind your Cannabis (bud) down to a fine powder.
  2. Secondly, combine your now ground 'Med Mj' and the milk, the 'hemp seed oil' and the agave nectar in a medium sauce pan.
  3. Put the temperature of your burner on 'simmer' and set your kitchen timer for about thirty minutes.
  4. Place the sauce pan on the burner, stirring occasionally with a nylon whisk being careful not to burn the mixture.
  5. After about twenty minutes of simmering the mixture on the stove burner, go ahead and boil the water separately in a small electric kettle.
  6. After the water starts to boil and your mixture in the sauce pan starts to render down, go ahead and add the boiling water to the mixture and stir again with the nylon whisk.
  7. Shut the stove burner off and unplug the small electric kettle.
  8. Remove the sauce pan to a cooler position on the stove or to your preparation table cooling/cutting board.
  9. Go ahead and cover the mixture while it sits 'off heat' now for approximately five to ten minutes.
  10. Cut a quarter piece of cheese-cloth with your kitchen shears and place the quarter piece of cheese-cloth inside of your strainer.
  11. With the mixture still cooling, go ahead and pour the mixture through the cheese-cloth and strainer into a glass bowl.
  12. When the mixture has cooled to taste inside the glass bowl, with a ladle now, go ahead and scoop out a little bit of your prepared 'honey tea' and pour the ladle into your favorite covered mug with the cover off.
  13. Garnish w a sprig-o-spearmint and place the cover back on your favorite covered mug to keep your 'honey tea' warm.
  14. Place a sheet of plastic wrap over the glass bowl to preserve any extra 'honey tea' you may have prepared.
  15. Discard the cheese-cloth and any capture'd plant material...the trichomes have all been released from the bud material during the simmering period of your mixture, or save and dry the debris placing it back into your stash box as filler for your next roll.

It is now time to sniff, layback, sip and enjoy your home-brewed 'honey tea' !

Sweet dreams!

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Neuro Genesis


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Dr Jiang Say:

If you want to increase the number of brain cells in your head (neurogenesis), follow these tips from Dr Jiang, 2005

  1. eat chocolate
  2. drink tea
  3. eat blueberries
  4. drink moderate amounts of wine or beer
  5. manage your stress and anxiety levels
  6. ingest cannabinoids

If you want to decrease the number of brain cells in your head (neuroapoptosis), follow these anti-tips from Dr Jiang, 2005

  1. eat lots of saturated (animal) fats
  2. drink sugar and phosphate laden waters (soda)
  3. smoke cigarettes (tobacco) laced with nicotine
  4. snort copious amounts of cocaine
  5. keep high (chronic) levels of stress and anxiety
  6. become an alcholic or become addicted to opiate prescriptions

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Dahlai Lama 14


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Dalai Lama Say:


"Man surprises me the most. Why?

"Because a man can sacrifice his health, to gain wealth.

"Then, he sacrifices his wealth to save his health!

"Finally, he is so anxious about his future, that he fails to live in the moment, never enjoying the present.

"In the end, he lives as if he is never going to die, and then dies having never really lived!"

-The Dalai Lama, Spiritual Leader to the Nation of Tibet, and Ambassador of Peace to the Universe

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Impulses From The Id


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The Concept of Empty


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"He who sows n tills the ground w care & diligence in one season acquires a greater stock of religious merit, than he who sits n repeats 100,000 prayers per day!" ~ Lao Beiji Shong (old northern bear)

Zero (Sunya) v Kharma: The Concept of 'Empty'[☼]

What is 'man' in nature?

Answer: "Nothing, in relation to the concept of 'infinity', everything in relation to the concept of 'empty', a simple 'mean' between the concepts of 'nothing' and 'everything' (Pascal, 1654).

The Concept of 'Empty'[☼]

"The concept of 'Zero' provides a glimpse of both the ineffable and the infinitive" (Seife, 2000, Pg. 2).

The Buddhist concept of 'Zero' or 'Sunya' (empty) is the flip-side of the concept of infinity, or 'God'. It's where reality sits.

In the Buddhist tradition, we can define an object of our hate or lust as 'Empty'[☼] (Gyatso, 2009).

Not false, or 'Zero' as in modern computer digital 'base 2' programming, nor true or 'One', as in Boolean logic.

No, not even 'null' or 'void', where no placeholder has been established.

Simply, 'Empty'[☼], a placeholder with myriad connections to other 'objects' in today's life, and countless connections to both 'objects' and 'Kharmas' from the past.

Indeed, in mathematics, to divide the concept of 'one' by the concept of 'zero' yields 'infinity'! (Bhaskara, 1199)

The goal of all Buddhist practitioners when meditating for the liberation of the 'mind-body selfplex' from the adventitious suffering of enigmatic, afflictive emotions or 'Kharmas' is 'Cessation'.

This concept of 'empty' or 'Zero' (Sunya) is the alluvial, dissipient repository of all liberated, afflictive emotions or 'Kharmas'.

When we see an object of our hate or lust, we are viewing an exaggeration, so much so, that modern psychologists place up to 90% of the afflictive emotion felt as exaggerated (Gyatso, 2009).

This leaves 5% of the perception of the object to the observer, and 5% of the perception of the object to the observed.

Therefore, when in a state of meditation upon the object, in an effort to diffuse and diminish the 'enigma' of your hate or lust, to solve the riddle that wraps the latent, recurrent, repetitive, repressed afflicitve emotion, one need only to concentrate on the 5% of the object that is 'real' to the perception of the observer.

Once you have diminished your 5% as 'Empty'[☼], and have given the object his or her 5% as 'Empty'[☼], then the remaining 90% of the perception fades away as pure folly.

A psychological 'enigma' or 'Kharma' is something, or it is nothing.

If it is something, that is, still full of latent 'unacceptable levels' of psychic energy, repetitively surfacing from the 'unconscious' realm of the 'mind-body-selfplex' of a 'sentient' being, only to plague and 'force issue with' the 'ego-gatekeeper' of the being, assisted by the 'super-ego' of the practioner, then the 'enigma' or 'Kharma' has not vanished.

If, on the other hand, the subject 'enigma' or 'Kharma' is nothing, then indeed the 'enigma' or 'Kharma' has vanished! The supposition that there exists an intermediate state between 'something' or 'nothing' is a 'chimeric illusion'. (D'Alembert, 1717)

By reducing the 'enigma' or 'Kharma' to 'empty', you have reduced the interference pattern, or wavelength of the 'enigma' or 'Kharma' to 'Zero', thus releasing the trapped, latent psychic energy of the 'disturbance' back into your mind giving the practioner a sense of relief from the bondage of the 'enigma' or 'Kharma' (Cessation), and a feeling of infinite, energetic, and boundless 'happiness', the realm of the Buddhist 'Nirvana'.

Congratulations! You have successfully mitigated your first 'Kharmic' attachment, and as a result, you are grounded firmly upon the path to full happiness and enlightenment!

References:

The Universal Symbol of the Buddhist Concept of 'Empty' [☼] U+263C: 'White Sun w Rays'

Bhaskura, X. (1199). In 'Seife', Pg. 71.

D'Alembert, J. (1717). In 'Seife'. Pg. 126.

Gyatso, T., (2009) 'Becoming Enlightened' by 'Tenzin Gyatso', The 14th Dalai Lama. As narrated by Geoffrey Hopkins, PhD. In the Scottsdale Public Library and Recorded Books

Kabat-Zinn, J. and Davidson, R., (2011). 'The Minds Own Physician: A Scientific Dialogue with the 14th Dalai Lama (Tenzin Gyatso) on the Healing Power of Meditation' by John Kabat-Zinn, PhD., University of Massachusetts and Richard J Davidson, PhD., University of Wisconsin. In the Scottsdale Public Library. New harbinger Publications: Oakland, CA ISBN: 978-1-57224-968-4

Pascal, B. (1654). In 'Seife'. Pg. 101.

Seife, C., (2000).'Zero: The Biography of a Dangerous Idea' by Charles Seife, MS Mathematics (Probability Theory and Artificial Intelligence), Yale University. In the Scottsdale Public Library. 'Los Libros de Penguino, Ltd' (Penguin Books, Ltd): London, England ISBN: 0-670-88457-X

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Green House Full Grow Secrets


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GREEN HOUSE NL GARDENING INSTRUCTIONS

A] Germination or Cloning and Rooting Phase (CFLs)
  1. From Birth/Clone Day (1) to Day (14)
  2. Spray ph 5.5 Fresh Water only @ 20 deg C (68 deg F)
  3. 'Grow cubes' inside of a 'Grow tent' @ Humidity = 75%
  4. Watch for root growth, keep moist
B] Vegetative Phase (CFLs)
  1. From Day (14) to Day (28)
  2. Transplant to 'rock wool' cube
  3. Drip irrigate three times per day
  4. Solution ph = 5.5; EC = 0.50
  5. Solution NPK ratio = 2-1-1 @ 20 deg C (68 deg F)
  6. Photoperiod: 18 hrs on...8 hrs off
  7. Humidity of vegetative room = 65% to 70%
C] Flowering Period Phase (1) to (14) weeks strain dependent
  1. Transplant each plant into its own separate 65 litre (15 gal) size container
  2. Induce Flowering Photoperiod: 12 hrs on...12 hrs off (600 watt HPS)
  3. Keep EC = 1.5 - 1.8 during flowering phase
  4. Solution NPK ratio = 1-2-1 @ 20 deg C (68 deg F)
  5. Initial Humidity of flowering room = 60% to 65%
D] Day 07 of flowering period (End: 1 week)
  1. Check bottom branches of plant and trim if necessary to open up the air space above the planter rim (sativa)
  2. Check height of plant should be 50 cm - 100 cm depending on strain
E] Day 14 of flowering period (End: 2 weeks)
  1. Boost NP(K) ratio = 1-2-2
  2. Boost EC ratio = 1.8
  3. Reduce Humidity = 55% - 60%
F] Day 16 - 17 of flowering period (2 weeks + 3 days)
  1. Peform 1st of three Flushes
  2. 60 litres of fresh water w EC = 1.3
  3. Let plant dry out for five days
G] Day 21 of flowering period (End: 3 weeks)
  1. Time to really blow up the blooms
  2. Return EC ratio to 1.8
H] Day 28 of Flowering period (End: 4 weeks)
  1. Peform 2nd of three Flushes
  2. 60 litres of fresh water w EC = 1.3
  3. Let plant dry out for five days
I] Day 35 of flowering period (End: 5 weeks)
  1. Drop humidty in flowering room to between 45% - 55%
  2. Continue to blow up the blooms
  3. Return EC ratio to 1.8
J] Day 42 of flowering period (Begin: 6th Week)
  1. Drop humidty in flowering room to between 30% - 45%
  2. Peform 3rd of three Flushes (indica)
  3. 60 litres of fresh water w EC = 1.3
  4. Let plant dry out for five days
K] Day 49 of flowering period (End: 7th week)
  1. Check for salt build up by performing a 'flush n collect'
  2. If excess salts are detected in media, then peform a 'flush'.
  3. 60 litres Ph 5.5 Fresh Water @ EC 1.0 - 1.1
  4. If final flush before harvest, then also perform a 'purge'
  5. 60 litres ph 5.5 Fresh Water only @ 20 deg C (68 deg F)
  6. Let plant dry out for five days
L] Day 56 of flowering period (End: 8 weeks)
  1. Early harvest time for some indicas
  2. If this is the 'Final Flush Week'* before harvest week, then perform a 'flush n purge'.
  3. Otherwise, continue to blow up the blooms by returning to an EC ratio = 1.8
  4. Be sure to support your colas with 'yo-yo's' (sativa)
M] Day 63 of flowering period (9 weeks)
  1. Harvest time for most indicas, some sativas
N] Day 70 of flowering perood (10 weeks)
  1. Harvest time for other sativas
O] Day 77 of flowering period (11 weeks)
  1. Harvest time for other sativas
P] Day 84 of flowering period (12 weeks)
  1. Harvest time for other sativas
Q] Day 91 of flowering period (13 weeks)
  1. Harvest time for other sativas
R] Day 98 of flowering period (14 weeks)
  1. Harvest time for other sativas ie) Neville's Haze

*Final Flush Week (dependent upon strain):

During the week before the expected harvest week (dependent upon strain), check for salt build up by performing a 'flush n collect'.

If the salts are high then also perform a 'Final Flush n Purge, as follows:

  1. 60 litres Ph 5.5 Fresh Water w EC 1.0 - 1.1
  2. 60 litres Ph 5.5 Fresh Water only @ 20 deg C (68 deg F)
  3. Let plant dry out for five days

If this is not the final week before harvest, then continue to blow up the blooms by returning to a EC ratio = 1.8

S] POST HARVEST

a.) Dry for two to three weeks under 60% - 65% humidity control in sealable nug jars opening and closing the jars periodically.

b.) Inhale the maturing bud aromas fully while watching the nugs carefully each day for any signs of mold, then close the nug jars to maintain a healthy, medicinally active 60% - 65% humidity level while continuing to mature and dry the baby nugs.

c.) After two to three weeks of the initial drying period, you must now optimally cure your buds for an additional (12) to (22) weeks in brown paper bags or card-board shoe boxes w lids-on in the shelves of a slightly cooler humidor set to a medium humidity level of 45% - 50% and a temperature level of between 8 - 10 deg C (50 deg F).

d.) During the extended curing period, the maintenance of good air flow exchange within your humidor is still very important to prevent ANY signs of mold even though the buds have sufficiently dried and the cannabinoid composition has also all been set.

e.) The additional curing time will allow the terpenes within the buds to fully blend with each other as the remaining chlorophyls within the smaller, retained calyx leaves of the bud complex will continue to break down and oxidize, thus purging your delicious buds of any remaining fowl tastes.

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Kharmic Gravity


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Kharmic Gravity: The Enigma of a Kharma

"Where we are coming from, or where we go, we only know we come with sound!" ~ Jon Anderson, Lyricist for the progressive rock band 'Yes', from the song 'On the Silent Wings of Freedom'

The 'enigma' of a 'Kharma' is weightier and, therefore possesses the potential to produce a 'gravity' effect upon the stretched fabric of our internal universe of quantum 'unconsciousness'.

The 'unconscious' is the domain of our 'primary forces' and the source of all 'afflictive emotions'.

In the 'unconscious', our quantum 'qubits' of information blend in a sort of 'loose logic' where our polar opposite logical constructs of 'zero' and 'infinity' appear.

Still, the 'gravity' effect of a 'Kharma' remains.

Daily, our 'mind-body selfplex' is greeted by a knock at the door of our consciousness.

Knock, knock!...It is a 'fight or flight' situation that awaits your resolution.

You begin to reconcile...the 'enigma' is 'at the door'!

Though the 'Kharma' resides as part of your 'unconscious', you can nevertheless 'feel' the enigma, though you do not fully understand what it is that you are reacting to!

The 'enigma' is filled with afflictive emotions.

And, like a cancer out of control, the 'enigma' grows back each day to drain your psychic resources.

Your 'super-ego' recommends to your 'ego' to 'fight it'...fight back, and repress the 'enigma' back into the realm of your 'unconscious'.

Once repelled, the 'enigma' goes dormant for a period of time, or so you may believe.

Yet the 'loose logic' of your 'id', another component of your 'unconscious', wants the 'enigma' satisfied!

Hence, tomorrow, you will battle with the 'demon' all over again again, a truly 'cyclic' relationship.

Day after day, week after week, month after month, life after life, the 'Kharma' remains 'charged'!

Each day, you fall into the 'event horizon' of the 'enigma', and you go round the 'enigma' as if orbiting a moon, draining your psychic energies and bringing yourself to the brink of mental exhaustion in the process.

The 'ego' of your 'mind-body selfplex' with the help of your insistent, recommending, over-arching 'super-ego', attempts to 'step away' from the orbit of the 'Kharma", thus re-starting the work of 're-repressing' the 'enigma' once again.

Some people, however, have much weightier 'Kharmas'.

Hence, their 'gravity' depression is much greater.

Indeed, the afflictive emotions of a 'Kharma' can be truly heavy!

In fact, the 'depression' that a person becomes trapped within is so great, they must turn to professional medical assistance, else the daily, now hourly 'fight or flight' response of their 'mind-body selfplex' will destroy the ability of their essential cardiac arteries to relax, forever stuck in a constrictive mode of fear.

The phytocannabinoids within Cannabis are known to reduce blood pressure, and to relax blood vessels creating the tell tale 'red-eye' effect.

Is Cannabis an acceptable therapy to help induce the dissipation of an 'enigma'?

Or, will the psychotropic effects of the phytocannabinoid 'THC' contained within the bud material of the plant interfere with the meditative focus of the practitioner?

When the practitioner successfully begins the process of dissipating his or her 'enigma' (Kharma), the practitioner is in effect engaging in the business of aiding the 'altruistic equilibrium' of the present universe.

Per information theory, we have already shot about 10 to the 120 'operations' since the dawn of the 'big bang' in our current universe.

Given the estimates of mass, energy and time going forward, we have a little bit more than that left in the 'kitty' for future use (Seife, 2006, Pg. 264).

The act of 'erasure' of the information of the 'Kharma' from the mind of the disturbed requires a focused, concerted mental effort on the part of the practitioner to dissipate the information of the 'Kharma', thus in effect making the 'enigma' of the 'Kharma' both 'empty' and useless.

This 'operational' effort requires copious amounts of psychic energy which we secure from our universal 'altruistic' environment.

Defeating the effects of a 'Kharma' is not as simple a mental task as say, for example, adding 'one plus one' because the 'Kharma' exists in an entangled state of superposition within the quantum 'unconsciousness' of the sufferer.

Once the 'enigma' of the 'Kharma' is resolved, the practitioner must 'replace' the memory space of the singularity of the 'Kharma' with a placeholder, or 'cap', as when capping a spent oil well.

The latent energy of the 'enigma' (Kharma) now released, the many neural connections to the 'enigma' now disengaged, the hijacked 'fight or flight' endocrine and exocrine signals of the 'mind-body selfplex' now restored to balance, all that remains in the psychic of the once disturbed sufferer is the remnant of the intervention to remove the 'Kharma'.

The 'Kharma' has been successfully mitigated through 'interference'.

In effect, the practioner, through the focused application of ever increasing opposing frequencies of high mental psychic energy output has successfully interfered with the 'Kharma' to the point of placing the 'Kharma' in a state of 'superposition interference'.

When the 'Kharma' emerges from the state of 'superposition interference', the 'Kharma' simply cancels itself out.

It is that simple.

In the eyes of the practitioner, the 'Kharma' has become 'zero' or 'sunya' and the disturbance has reached a state of 'Cessation'.

The latent past afflictive emotional energy of the now 'zeroed-out' 'Kharma' is released back into the 'mind-body selfplex' of the sufferer.

All that remains of the 'enigma' is a totally 'empty' placeholder above the 'mental storage space' of the one-time 'cyclic' disturbance.

As a result of the 'Kharma' being canceled out by the practitioner, the 'altruistic equilibrium' of the universe is restored, as well.

The expenditure of psychic energy to erase information embedded in the 'space' of the mind coupled with the release of the psychic, latent energy of the 'afflictive' mental storage area of the now defeated 'enigma' has the net effect of increasing the 'entropy' or 'altruistic equilibrium' of the present universe.

No longer will the banished 'Kharma' rule future lives, or the present life of the sufferer.

With psychic energy banks now restored and replenished, with expenditures of conscious energy no longer required on a daily basis to deal with the affliction, the universal altruistic balance of the practitioner...his or her 'entropy' of 'altruistic equilibrium', will become shifted to a higher level of expression.

As the goal of all practitioners should be a return to the higher balance of 'altruistic equilibrium', with each dispersed 'Kharma' the practitioner gets closer and closer to an 'enlightened' state of flourishment where the radiance of recovered psychic energy and the sound practise of following future, fruitional pathways produces exponential levels of happiness for the benefit of all sentient beings.

Source: Seife, C., (2006). 'Decoding The Universe' by Charles Seife of New York City, NY USA. Master of Science: Probability Theory and Artificial Intelligence, Yale University. Penguin Books, Ltd: London, England ISBN: 0-670-03441-X

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The Mind's Own Physician


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The Minds Own Physician

"He who sows n tills the ground w care & diligence in one season acquires a greater stock of religious merit, than he who sits n repeats 100,000 prayers per day!" ~ Lao Beiji Shong (old northern bear)

Psoriasis, a malady of the skin organ, affects the entire human body and can be triggered by bouts of anxiety or stress (Kabat-Zinn, 2005).

In the treatment of 'psoriasis', physicians recommend weekly doses of ultraviolet light in an attempt to arrest the over-active epidermis of the skin organ.

An experiment performed on patients receiving such treatments included the addition of an act of meditation while obtaining their ultraviolet light treatments.

The results of the experiment showed a quadrupling in the efficacy of the ultraviolet light treatments upon those patients who participated, thus inferring a more robust intervention at the level of the gene expressions responsible for the 'run away' epidermal cells.

Subsequently, Kabat-zinn, Wheeler, and Light, et al reported this finding in the Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine in 1998 (Kabat-Zinn & Davidson, 2011, Pg. 46).

Our brains are distributive organs capable of generating signals from many localized areas simultaneously that allow our 'unconscious' states to build holographic illusions of a central, independent 'self' that can then be projected onto the unsuspecting 'consciousness' of our 'mind-body selfplex'.

In the brain, altruistic thoughts tend to excite the 'ventro-medial pre-frontal cortex', thus relieving the bi-directional 'amygdala' of the burden of neuronal and hormonal signaling that trigger physiological changes in the body, most notably the contraction of essential arteries of the heart while under stress (Kabat-Zinn & Davidson, 2011, Pg. 50 and Pg. 153).

Psycho-social stress accounts for 40% of the global risk associated with cases of 'myocardial infarction' (heart attack) for both males and females. In America, 12 million persons have developed coronary artery disease of which 335,000 individuals will die suddenly (Sheps, 2005).

Can a combination of 'meditation' and medicinal therapy that includes extracts of the Cannabis plant (cannabinoids) lead our nation out of the 'stress-hole' that she has dug for herself?

'Synchronicity' is the oscillation of neural activity while in a state of synchronous firing that produces a certain wavelength ie.) the 'gamma' waves of the frequency 40 Mhz (Singer, 2005).

The 'insula' and the 'medial pre-frontal cortex' are two other areas of our brains observed when meditating that assist in the promotion of our personal views of both 'empathy' and 'self' as the terms relate to our 'mind-body selfplex' (Davidson, 2005).

Biting other humans, after we as a country get 'shocked', is a form of stress reduction (Zapolsky, 2005).

Now you know the real reason (other than oil, faux weapons of mass destruction, and the fact that Saddam had threatened to assasinate President George W's father, former President George H.W.) why we as a country attacked with war in 2003, the smaller country of Iraq, after suffering the massive 'shock' of 9/11 in the year 2001.

References:

Davidson, R. (2005). In Kabat-Zinn & Davidson, Pg. 52. Richard J Davidson, PhD. Director of Affective Neuroscience. University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA.

Kabat-zinn, J. (2005). In Kabat-Zinn & Davidson, Pg. 44. Jon Kabat-Zinn, PhD. Professor of Medicine, Emeritus. University of Massachusetts Medical School, USA.

Kabat-Zinn, J. and Davidson, R., (2011). 'The Minds Own Physician: A Scientific Dialogue with the Dalai Lama on the Healing Power of Meditation'. In the Scottsdale Public Library. New harbinger Publications: Oakland, CA USA. ISBN: 978-1-57224-968-4

Sheps, D. (2005). In Kabat-Zinn & Davidson, Pg. 152. David Shep, PhD. Professor of Cardiology at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta, Georgia, USA siting statistics from the year 2005 and a study performed by Yusuf, Hawkan, Ounpuu et all called 'The Interheart Study' that was published in Lancer, 2004.

Singer, W. (2005). In Kabat-zinn & Davidson, Pg. 77. Robert Zapolsky, PhD. Professor of Biological Science at Stanford University, USA referencing 'Pyschological Factors in Stress and Disease', an empirical study performed on rats by Weiss, J., as published by Scientific American in June, 1972.

Annotated Bibliography:

Grubin, D. (2010). 'The Buddha: The Story of Siddharta'. In the Scottsdale Public Library on DVD, as promoted by the USA National Endowment for the Humanities. David Grubin Productions: New York City, NY USA

Gyatso, T. (2010). Tenzin Gyatso: The 14th Dalai Lama. In 'Grubin', Scene 1. Note: Tenzin Gyatso, aka 'The 14th Dalai Lama' resides in Dharamsala, India.

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