ISRAELI ACADEMIC’S RESEARCHREWRITES HISTORY OF JUDAISM

From THE MAIL:

When Moses received the Ten Commandments from God, he was summoned right to the top of Mount Sinai. But the man who led the Children of Israel to safety may have been even higher at the time, if an Israeli academic is to be believed. Psychology professor Benny Shanon says it was likely Moses was hallucinating under the influence of a mind-altering drug at the time of his biblical achievements.

To back up his theory, Professor Shanon says the acacia tree, frequently mentioned in the Bible, contains one of the most psychedelic substances known to man.

The professor, came up with his theory after experiencing firsthand the effects of a hallucinogenic brew used in religious rituals in Brazil.

Yes. That would explain it.

Thanks to Dave for sending me the link to this "interesting" story.

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ISRAELI ACADEMIC’S RESEARCHREWRITES HISTORY OF JUDAISM — 5 Comments

  1. Old Moses to the mount he would go
    To chew on the tree that did show
    All of God’s Ten Commands
    And his minor demands
    And to escape his shrew wife down below

  2. And, lo!, the bush burned but was not consumed, and Moses saith, “Dude! Look at that bush! It’s so . . . burny! Oooooh, I should take off my shoes . . . the sand feels so good on my toes!” and, verily, did he giggle.