A vast global conspiracy has been ongoing on for the past seven years, according to Steven Hager, founder of the Cannabis Cup and the first person to organize 420 ceremonies outside Marin County, starting in 1990.
According to Hager, a secret group he created at the 8th Cannabis Cup, known as The Temple Dragon Crew has been secretly plotting world peace intensively now for seven years. During ceremonies, the crew deploys their signature seven rainbow-colored candles decorated with magic sigils, a new rainbow menorah they hope to establish as a symbol for world peace. These dragons are dedicated to stopping hate, bigotry and violence with peace magic.
For years, this crew has worked in secret, appearing only briefly for ceremonies at major counterculture events, but now apparently, anyone can become a Temple Dragon. “Yes, says Hager, we have moved our ceremonies to Aspen, Colorado, as part of Abakus magazine and the Grand Lodge of the Pot Illuminati. Our flower Cup is in late December and the Munchie Cup in May.”
Stay tuned to see if the Temple Dragon Crew’s ambitious plans can defeat the black magic of the sorcerers who manifest war for profit by manipulating religions.
When will world peace finally break out? The Temple Dragons are certainly praying world peace comes sooner than later.
I grew up in Champaign-Urbana in the 1960s when it became a hotbed of counterculture activity. You won’t find much of that today, unfortunately, and the University and town seem like a foreign land almost, despite the fact my beloved cannabis plant has a very long and storied history in the town (more on that in the second video below).
Many people have read my conspiracy theories and how I think a web of secret societies often pulls strings from behind curtains, and they love my analysis of the black magic sorcery going on inside the central banks of the world, but when I veered off into suggesting a possible solution to our religion problem was to start manifesting our own corruption-free religions, I may have surprised a few. Actually, I think most everybody makes up their own form of spirituality these days, only some attempts are more effective than others. Starting your own religion is pretty simple really, no more difficult than starting your own garage band, and in fact, music and religion work hand-in-glove and always have. So do mathematics and religion.
It’s important to discard all dogma.
Bell, book and candle have been the foundation for ritual for millennia, so I created 7-candle sculptures as a focal point for ceremonial altars. Seven colors, seven scents and seven symbols drawn from a variety of cultures to signify unification of all religion under one rule: “Don’t hurt anybody.” This followed my belief cannabis was the original sacrament that launched peace culture, which created Buddhism and Christianity.
Aum and Amen are the same thing, just different ends of the Silk Road.