America is the land of opportunity if you have a desire to establish your own church. No other country is so relaxed about ministries that amount to just the one true believer. They even have a tax system that is able to move with the speed of light to accommodate post-modern fashion in holy smoke and mirrors.
The use of cannabis in Indiana is illegal for recreational or medicinal use – but Bill Levin the popular pastor of the First Church of Cannabis believes that the higher you get, the closer to God you will be, and thus after the obligatory hymns – ‘Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds’, and the hauntingly spiritual ‘White Rabbit’, the congregation will ceremonially roll the sacrament, and send it up in deeply inhaled smoke. Whereupon they will believe that they are the chosen ones, and have a mystical ability to divine right from wrong. Occasionally a worshipper may attempt to fly from the pulpit.
“Everybody has their different concept of religion. We use cannabis as a prayer sacrament,” said Levin. “There’s a lot of spirituality across America that’s being awoken, with cannabis as one of the axles in the wheel. There are various viewpoints in how it’s implemented, but it’s there.”
Rizla papers with the church’s tax exempt IRS number are being printed as we speak.
One joint, one drag, one people. Peace be with you all. Jah Rasta Tarafari.