Guide for medical cannabis ministers
and medical marijuana ministers
This is a Guide for medical cannabis ministers and medical marijuana ministers.
This Guide outlines some of the topics you may need to prepare for in order to have a successful legal defense in both federal (U.S.) and state (California) court for working as a medical marijuana minister or medical cannabis minister in a California medical cannabis collective, dispensary, or cooperative.
Exact material will vary greatly by religion. I provide examples from my own religion, although many of the examples may not apply to your religion. You will want to prepare your own defense, probably with the help of a lawyer skilled in first amendment and criminal law.
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The traditional punishment for Cannabis Witchcraft is the death penalty. This is especially true for the Roman Catholic Church (RCC), the official religion of the majority of the U.S. Supreme Court.
The law against cannabis Witchcraft all goes back to early Judaism. The Jewish Torah, Christian Bible, and Islamic Koran (Quran) all specifically call for the death penalty for Witcchraft. This is the basis for all U.S. federal and state laws against cannabis Witchcraft. See Exodus 22:18 and other verses.
In 1579, the French government extended the death penalty to everyone who practicied any form of divination.
1310 Peter of Albano died in prison for Witchcraft.
August 21, 1614Elizabeth Báthory died for Witchcraft in a sealed room in Castle Cachtice in Slovakia.
witches killed where the method wasnt recorded
December 1, 1595 Helen Calles executed for Witchcraft at Braynford, England.
October 21, 1596 Sieur de Beaumont accused of Witchcraft.
1597 Jean Belon executed in France for Witchcraft.
July 22, 1612 Mary Barber executed for Witchcraft in Northhampton, England.
July 22, 1612 Arthur Bill executed at Northhampton, England, for Witchcraft.
July 22, 1612 Agnes Browne executed at Northhampton, England, for Witchcraft.
July 22, 1612 Joan Browne executed at Northhampton, England, for Witchcraft.
1612 Jane Bulcock executed at Lancaster, England, for Witchcraft.
1612 John Bulcock executed at Lancaster, England, for Witchcraft.
March 20, 1619 Etienne Audibert condemned for Witchcraft in France.
1619 Anne Baker executed for Witchcraft in Leicester, England.
1652 Francis Adamson executed at Durham, England, for Witchcraft.
August 19, 1692 Martha Carrier executed at Salem, New England, for Witchcraft.
September 22, 1692 Martha Corey executed at Salem, New England, for Witchcraft.
1751 Anna Bayerin executed at Salzburg, Austria, for Witchcraft.
William Barton executed for Witchcraft in Scotland (year unknown).
What possible reason could the U.S. government have for such Draconian penalties for cannabis? It is because Chrsitianity has always imposed Draconian penalties for Witchcraft, including torture and the death penalty. The Controlled Substances Act imposes harsher penatlies for cannabis than for rape, murder, and torture because the Christian judges and Congresspersons consider Cannabis Witchcraft to be a more serious religious offense than violent crimes.
CannabisClergy.com is now officially sponsored by Pr Ntr Kmt. This website will continue to provide information for any form of cannabis religion, using the ancient Egyptian religion as a primary example.
The courts have already ruled in multiple cases that a person who starts preparing a religious defense (including gathering certificates and other paperwork) after arrest loses all chance to use the late religious defense. It is essential that you prepare your defense before you are arrested. Adequate preparation may even prevent arrest.
This website is concerned with religious matters and only obliquely discusses the law. I strongly recommend that medical marijuana ministers rely on a high quality lawyer.
I (Milo) use my own religion as an example, because this is the religion I know well. I strongly urge peoplee to get together with their lawyer and prepare a similar discussion for their own religion. Again, my religion is only an example.
Good news: Many people over the years have successfully used Pr Ntr Kmt religious cannabis certificates. The author of this website has personally several times over more than a decade shown various police Pr Ntr Kmt documentation and the police have politely returned the religious cannabis. There are at least two Pr Ntr Kmt cannabis ministers who have been released after the police discovered several pounds of religious cannabis (although the police kept the cannabis). There are numerous real world successes.
Reality: If the government decides it wants to get you, then your only chance is if you can afford a really, really good lawyer.
The law is whatever the government decides the law is.
The rights you heard about in grade school only apply if you can afford a great lawyer. Public defenders are under-budgeted and only want to process paperwork for plea bargains. They simply dont have the time or money for trials.
We dont want to discourage anyone from worshiping with cannabis, but we do want to strongly warn everyone that you have a significant risk of long term imprisonment or worse, especially outside of major industrialized nations.
Please act responsibly. Please hire a lawyer if you can possibly afford to do so.
Free weekly instruction for medical marijuana ministers and medical cannabis ministers every Monday night in Orange County, California. Write to: Milo, PO Box 1361, Tustin, CA, 92781. Post office box checked once per month.
Get a Pr Ntr Kmt certificate as proof that your cannabis religion is real.
These web pages contain religious advice. These web pages are not professional legal or medical advice. Nothing on this website should be considered as a substitute or replacement for professional medical, health, or legal advice. All persons should seek the advice of qualified medical, health, or legal providers.
If you spot an error in fact, grammar, syntax, or spelling, or a broken link, or have additional information, commentary, or constructive criticism, please contact Milo at PO Box 1361, Tustin, Calif, 92781, USA.