Saturday, July 19, 2008

Jesuitical-Medievalist Government Within Washington, D.C.

Neglects planning and design of major public transport system -- the grade separated highway system of U.S. Nation's Capital City, Washington, D.C. -- with deficient design and numerous truncations from controversies decades earlier, even chocking and removing routes, while ignoring roadway design engineering advances in the decades since, even despite the post 911 calls for additional security of additional evacuation routes.

Yet its post 911 "PATRIOT Act" is big on establishing massive warrantless domestic surveillance without regard to its potential abuse to subvert the 1st Amendment guarantee of free speech via politically motivated searches that are otherwise illegal under the 4th Amendment.

Other blogs of mine into which this spills over:
Cosmobile Cosmopolitan Transportation
Cosmopolitan- the opposite of parochial - regarding transport infrastructure

A Trip Within The Beltway

About the roads of connect and disconnect within the Washington, D.C. Beltway

Freedom of Medicine and Diet

About the Pharmacratic Inquisition and its Criminal Mercantilism

Free Speech Beneath U.S. Homeland Security

About warrantless surveillance to subvert the 4th and 1st Amendment Rights of the U.S. Constitution

South Capitol Street- Frederick Douglass Mall

About the Washington, D.C. South Capitol Mall proposed by the U.S. government only to be aborted by subservients to an unreported selfishness of the owners of the sole building along South Capitol Street so saved- St. Vincent de Paul Roman Catholic Church

Jesuit Order run Georgetown University, which gave us the Georgetown Law Center
and its numerous efforts against a continuous inside-the-Beltway highway system
regardless of the environmental issues
asides from keeping the highways far away from Georgetown and Catholic Universities,
for the 'PATRIOT' Act,
against a South Capitol Mall,
for the Nationals Stadium blocking the South Capitol Mall,
freedom of diet and medicine,
for the general distraction that we simply can't afford that much public infrastructure
minimizing questioning of the bloated prison-military budgets.

Thursday, July 17, 2008

Tony Snow - Dies 1 Month After Tim Russert

Further underscorces Jesuitical U.S. 'Mainstream' Media

Former GW Bush Administration press secretary whose earlier career was promoted via the 'ex' Jesuit led McLaughlin Group

From Wikipedia:

Early career

Snow began his journalism career in 1979 as an editorial writer for The Greensboro Record in North Carolina, next working as an editorial writer at The Virginian-Pilot in Norfolk, Virginia (1981–82), editorial page editor of The Daily Press in Newport News (1982–84), deputy editorial page editor of The Detroit News (1984–87) and editorial page editor of The Washington Times (1987–91). Also, The Detroit News published his commentary from 1993 to 2000, and he was a Counterpoint Columnist for USA Today from 1994 to 2000.

Snow also wrote a syndicated column for Creators Syndicate between 1993 and 2000. As a nationally syndicated columnist, his commentaries appeared in more than 200 newspapers nationwide. Snow won numerous awards during his print career, including citations from the Virginia Press Association, the Detroit Press Club, the Society of Professional Journalists, the American Society of Newspaper Editors, The Associated Press and Gannett.

He appeared on radio and television programs worldwide including The McLaughlin Group, The MacNeil–Lehrer NewsHour, Face the Nation, Crossfire, and Good Morning America. Until 1994, Snow was the writer, correspondent and host of the PBS news special The New Militant Center.

In 1991, Snow took a sabbatical from journalism to work in the White House for President George H. W. Bush, first as chief speechwriter (Deputy Assistant to the President for Communications and Director of Speechwriting) and later as Deputy Assistant to the President for Media Affairs (1992–1993).

From 1996 to 2003, he served as the first host of FOX News Sunday, a Sunday morning interview and roundtable program produced by Fox News, airing on affiliates of the Fox Broadcasting Company and later in the day on Fox News Channel.

Snow served as the primary guest host of Rush Limbaugh's program from the mid-1990s on. He was also a frequent commentator on National Public Radio. Snow's own Tony Snow Show on Fox News Radio premiered in late 2003. It ended when he became White House Press Secretary in April 2006.

From Wikipedia:

Education and Early Career

McLaughlin earned two master's degrees (philosophy and English literature) from Boston College, and a Ph.D. (philosophy) from Columbia University. Upon entering the Jesuit order of the Roman Catholic Church and being ordained a priest, McLaughlin spent years as a high school teacher at Fairfield College Preparatory School, a Jesuit prep school in Connecticut. A Republican, he originally opposed the Vietnam War and, in 1970, sought permission from his order to run for a seat in the United States Senate, representing Rhode Island. His superiors denied him this, even though they did grant permission to fellow Jesuit Father Robert Drinan to run for a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives for Massachusetts. McLaughlin defied his superiors and ran anyway, losing to the incumbent four-term Senator John O. Pastore.

Through a friendship with Pat Buchanan, McLaughlin became a war supporter and a speech writer/advisor to President Richard Nixon. Because priests are not allowed to take on political jobs, he was ordered by his Jesuit superiors to return to Boston and, rather than obey, he left the Society of Jesus.

Prior to entering broadcasting, he was associate editor of America, a weekly opinion journal. From 1981 to 1989, McLaughlin was Washington editor and author of the monthly political column, "From Washington Straight," for the National Review.

The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Northeast Washington was full of big name mourners this morning for the funeral of former White House Press Secretary and conservative commentator Tony Snow, who died from colon cancer last weekend at the age of 53.



The Mass of Christian Burial for Robert Anthony “Tony” Snow was held at The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C on Thursday, July 17, 2008 at 10 a.m.

Well over 1000 people attended the Funeral Mass, including President George W. Bush who delivered a tribute in honor of his former Press Secretary, Tony Snow. Other attendees included First Lady Laura Bush, Vice President Dick Cheney and Mrs. Lynn Cheney, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and other Cabinet members, White House Administration Staff—past and present, members of Congress, colleagues from the press, family and friends.

Open to the public, some who attended the Mass included those who did not know Mr. Snow personally—but felt they had on account of his public profile working on both sides of the media.

The Mass was presided over by The Most Reverend Donald W. Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington. Very Reverend David O’Connell, C.M., President of The Catholic University of America, was the principal celebrant and homilist. Monsignor Walter R. Rossi, Rector of the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, was the principal concelebrant.

At the Mass’ conclusion, Archbishop Wuerl led the Prayer of Final Commendation:

“Into your hands, Father of mercies, we commend our brother Tony in the sure and certain hope that, together with all who have died in Christ, he will rise with Him on the last day. We give You thanks for the blessings which You bestowed upon Tony in this life: they are signs to us of Your goodness and of our fellowship with the saints in Christ. Merciful Lord, turn toward us and listen to our prayers: open the gates of paradise to Your servant and help us who remain to comfort one another with assurances of faith, until we all meet in Christ and are with You and with our brother for ever. We ask this through Christ our Lord. Amen.

In the sure hope of the resurrection, we take leave of our brother: Let us go in peace.

Monday, July 14, 2008

Noah Bunn's Torching Spotlights Jesuitical "Environmentalist" Organizations

Such as "Friends of the Earth"

Noah Bunn was sentenced on Friday 2 May to five years imprisonment for his arson attack on the former Jesuit headquarters in Eglinton Road, Dublin. He has been in custody since April 2007 and, with remission for good behaviour, it is expected that he will serve a further thirty two months in prison. Justice Katherine Delahunt refused him leave to appeal the sentence.
First reports: Press Association, Irish Independent

Noah Bunn (24), of no fixed abode, was charged at Galway District Court on Thursday with arson in connection with the fire which badly damaged the headquarters of the Jesuit Order in Dublin on Good Friday. The English national was remanded to Castlerea Prison and will appear in court in Dublin on Thursday.

An environmentalist who caused more than €3 million worth of damage in an arson attack on the Irish headquarters of the Jesuit Order had his sentencing adjourned today.

Noah Bunn, from Northampton in England, must undergo further psychiatric assessment before a judge will hand down a sentence for the Good Friday blaze.

The 26-year-old, a former clerical employee of the Jesuits and member of environmental group Friends of the Earth, previously pleaded guilty to arson at Eglington Road, Donnybrook, on April 6 last year.

Bunn, who has a law degree from the University of Wales, told Gardai he started the fire because he believed the order were not using their moral authority to alert the world to the dangers of climate change.

Only one person was in the house when the blaze broke out, and he escaped uninjured.

The Provincial of the Jesuit Order in Ireland, Fr. John Dardis SJ, said he was thankful that no-one had been injured by the blaze.

He paid tribute to the work of the fire service, and the Gardaí who attended the scene.

Fr. Dardis said that the main fear now was for extensive files and paperwork that were stored in the basement of the house.

From Avles:
If you believe that they don't use their moral authority to alert the world... It means that you are convinced that they HAVE moral authority.... If you are convinced of this after have served them, it means that you are 1) an agent of them, 2) an idiot. I am convinced about the 2°. In any case stay sure that under the environmental organizations there is the Roman Catholic Inquisition religious war . In Italy (fully RC country) a catalytic exhaust is paid about 300/400 Euro, in Germany (nominally half RC and half Reform) about 150. The litany is: "you are guilty for the destruction of the environment, PAY for your sin and you'll obtain the 'salvation'". Continuing Indulgences - under the alibi of the Environmental Emergencies. How many times you heard the words “to SAVE/SALVATION” linked with the environmental question? A certain Luther 4 centuries ago criticized the matter, but all was clear in those times. Today they made themselves smart.

An often seen word is "sustainability" One such example is this quite recent thread at The UnHived Mind

Speaking of which, one mark of these jesuitical environmentalists is the betrayal of "social justice" -- as its commonly 'understood' -- of failing to calculate the broader picture- IOW working as a distraction.

The much touted -- beat to death -- assumption that we must sacrifice A for B (while ignoring C) serves as a useful distraction. One prominent example regarding transport projects is that we can have rail transit or highways, that the latter must be sacrificed for the former, as some sort of revenge play for the mid 1900s dismantling of the urban found in trolleys, but distracting from the broader question of why the U.S. spends less on infrastructure and more on its various war budgets (and upon wasteful bureaucratic spending). For example, the much touted campaign in N.Y. against the Westway Highway project was a distraction from the general waste of funds and the lack of public bookkeeping of NY's mass transit bureaucracies.

Let's see the full transcript of Noah Bunn's interviews with his psychiatrists as well as a public repository for his writings. Apparantly Bunn had no blog- at least anything that shows up on a Google search now.

I would like to ask him about his consciousnous of the broader spending picture of minimal for infrastructure and maximized for military; I suspect he is not considering his involvement with the Jesuits and Friends of the Earth which always seems to promote this sort of distractive politics.

Cosmobile Cosmopolitan Transportation

Thursday, July 10, 2008

Roman Catholic Church Anti-Christ Cocaine Prohibition

Vin Mariani - Mariani's Coca Wine - and Pope Leo XIII

It contained extract of Coca leaves, with 6 milligrams of the alkaloid cocaine per fluid ounce.

It was found to be an effective and safe product, endorsed by prestigious medical doctors for a variety of uses, starting as a vocal aid for opera performers. Its uses included that as a treatment for addictions to Opium, alcohol and even Tobacco. In Paris, Mesureur, the French Ex-Minister of Commerce, and the current (in 1910) Director of Hygiene and Public Health, who approved and signed the French government's radical poster campaign against alcoholism, would state that:

“The dangers of alcoholism would be avoided if no other stimulant were taken for mental or physical trials than that offered by the generous."

“I have also employed it in cases, happily rare in our army, of chronic alcoholism resulting from the abuse of brandy, absinthe or strong liquors. The produced all the excitement sought by drinkers, but had at the same time a sedative influence on their nervous systems. I have frequently seen hardened drinkers renounce their fatal habit and return to a healthy condition." "I have also used to save smokers of exaggerated habits, from nicotinism. A few glasses of taken in small doses, either pure or mixed with water, acted as a substitute for pipes and cigars, because the smokers found in it the cerebral excitement which they sought in tobacco, wholly preserving their intellectual faculties."
The amount of cocaine was absorbed slowly, resulting in a relatively long lasting effect that ebbed away gently without depressive rebound or craving- as seen with cocaine in concentrated doses- hence it did not produce addictive toxic-mania behavior. Furthermore, because cocaine is a powerful anesthetic, its consumption in this oral dilute form discouraged excessive consumption as this anesthetic action would numb one’s stomach, reducing one’s appetite for more.

The negative effects of concentrated cocaine were observed shortly after its commercial introduction about 1884, particularly with its administration via subcutaneous injection.

After three and half decades of Vin Mariani sale and use, its creator Angelo Mariani was summoned to the Vatican- ultimately twice. In January 1898, Pope Leo XIII issued Mariani a gold papal medal awarding him as a benefactor of humanity. In January 1904, Leo XIII’s successor Pope Pius X issued Mariani another such medal. It is not publicly known what exactly transpired between Mariani and the Vatican.

Yet within a few months, the political scene turned against Mariani and Coca with an apparent vengeance. In 1904, members of Roman Catholic orders as the Knights of Columbus Harvey Washington Wiley, an important figure in the American Medical Association, the American Pharmaceutical Association, the Chief of the Bureau of Chemistry at the USDA, and Knights of Malta member, publisher William Randolph Hearst began a crusade against cocaine in any form regardless of the concentration factor.

This crusade included denouncing Vin Mariani and Coca (and unpatentable herbs in general) as ineffective through the AMA, and in various newspaper articles published via Hearst via collaboration between Wiley, Hearst and a newspaper/magazine writer Samuel Adams Hopkins. It included an AMA/APhA campaign for “model” legislation through the various State legislatures to ban Coca products, and via Federal legislation as the so called Pure Food and Drugs Act of June 30, 1906 which did not necessarily ban Coca products, and provided a seemingly innocuous labeling requirement for cocaine and opiates, but which gave the USDA dictatorial powers to declare a substance “deleterious” and hence its inclusion in food products as “adulteration.”

Letter to Harvey Wiley, December 1908,
inviting him to a 'smoker'
at Washington, D.C.'s prestigious Cosmos Club
“knights that have shown great prowess”

With cocaine being so defined as deleterious – without regard to the amount or concentration – and with other such stimulants not included in the labeling requirement, placed Coca at a serious market disadvantage to Coffee and Tobacco- the latter which was excluded from such regulation by the 1906 Act’s definition of USDA authority over substances included in the US Pharmacopeia, from which Tobacco had been conveniently dropped during the preceding year- 1905! Though Coca/cocaine was still permitted in products marketed as drugs, the prescription requirement and the propaganda against it only further discouraged its commerce- all perhaps to the greatest benefit of the growing industry in Tobacco cigarettes.

Indeed, USDA documents throughout the following years would stress the concern of Coca’s use as a Tobacco habit cure, which zero mention of the relative health effects- e.g. Coca being non physically addictive and non carcinogenic, while Tobacco was more physically addictive then heroin and carcinogenic.

Notably the USDA had experimented with the commercial feasibility of growing Coca within the US cir 1904, and though I have not been able to locate any report, only a newspaper article, they would have found that it would require hothouses as Coca is a perennial shrub that can’t survive frost, while Tobacco is such a major US agricultural; commodity dating back to the 1600s, that its likeness with that of Corn adorns the tops of the columns of the US Capitol building in Washington, D.C.

The powerful interests that run the US government would lobby successfully to have Coca outright banned via a prescription requirement making it into today’s “controlled substance” by 1914 with the Harrison “Narcotic” Tax Act.

Although of dubious constitutionality – note that the US government had to pass a constitutional amendment to ban the manufacturer, transport and sale of alcoholic beverages – the Harrison Act’s prohibition via taxation was upheld by a compliant US Supreme Court , and acquiesced by a compliant population fed a William Randolph Hearst media campaign of double standards and lies- with its perversion of the market to concentrated cocaine the natural result of a prohibition banning herbal Coca and pure cocaine without regard to potency/concentration- promoting drug abuse and crime used to continually further the problem.

Such laws would be pushed worldwide via various US pushed “Opium” conferences/conventions, eventually repealing the various nation’s allowances for dilute Coca preparations through the 1920s, and later through the U.N.

The health results of this have been a disaster, particularly when we include the market protection for Tobacco/cigarettes, yet the Roman Catholic Church or any of the so-called “Protestant” churches apparently never lifted a finger to stop any of this madness.

The Drug War Promotes Drug Abuse

How The Narcs Created Crack
It Was Criminal Mercantilism To Protect Tobacco Cigarettes

Freedom of Medicine and Diet- Coca Forgotten Medicine

Anti-Christ of the Pharmacratic Inquisition

Sunday, July 6, 2008

Roman Catholicism: Anti Christ of the Pharmacratic Inquisition

Anti Christ versus Christ

Anti-Christ 'Innocent' XIII
Anti Christ:


For much of Europe's history, the Roman Catholic Church was fighting wars of destruction against many "heretical" sects. In many cases, these so-called heretics had rediscovered the herbal sacraments like mushrooms and cannabis, and were ruthlessly exterminated for their use of these powerful plants.

Some of these traditions of using psychoactive plants as sacraments survived for many centuries before finally being violently extinguished. For example, the magic mushroom eating Manicheans survived until the 12th century before finally being slaughtered by Catholic armies.

Most observers agree that the reason the Catholic Church hates psychoactive herbs is that these substances can create a sense of direct spiritual communion with the divine, while Catholic authority is based on the idea that the only way to reach God is with the Pope and priest as mediator.

The Inquisition

The Pope who launched the most vicious of the Catholic Church's many campaigns against herb users was Pope Innocent VIII (1432-1492). In 1484 he issued a papal bull called "Summis desiderantes" which demanded severe punishments for magic and witchcraft, which at the time usually meant the use of medicinal and hallucinogenic herbs. Indeed, the papal bull specifically condemned the use of cannabis in worship instead of wine.

The principles Pope Innocent VIII outlined became the basis for the terrifying and torturous witch-hunters' handbook, the Malleus Maleficarum (1487).

Further, Pope Innocent VIII was a major supporter of the vicious Inquisition, and in 1487 he appointed the infamous and sadistic Spanish friar Torquemada as Grand Inquisitor. Under Torquemada's authority, thousands of traditional female healers, users of forbidden plants, Jews, and other "heretics" were viciously tortured and killed during the "witch-hunts" of the Spanish Inquisition. This reign of terror gripped Europe well into the 17th Century.

Catholic Inquisitors tortured and killed many more in Central and South America, where peyote, ololiuqui and other sacred plants of the Aztec culture were prohibited as "works of the devil."

(Ironically, while the Church was slaughtering cannabis users in Europe, the Spanish conquistadors were busy planting hemp around the New World for use as clothing, rope and sails.)

Modern Catholic propaganda

Although the modern Catholic Church no longer [directly] engages in the widespread use of torture and murder to enforce their prohibition on marijuana and other useful herbs, they remain one of the world's leading voices in support of the global drug war.

Modern Catholic literature often repeats the most outrageous and inaccurate claims of anti-pot politicians. Catholic publications and Papal statements regularly claim that smoking pot leads to violence and criminality, that most marijuana users will move on to heroin, and that there is no difference between pot and more dangerous substances.

The Catholic Church's thousands of priests and bishops encourage their congregations to vote for prohibitionist politicians, and they collude with world governments to push the drug war philosophy. The Holy See's permanent observer to the United Nations, Archbishop Celestino Migliore, regularly calls for the UN to be more aggressive in the global drug war.

Dissent over the ages

Clearly, not all Catholics have supported their Church's war on cannabis. During the middle ages, the most famous Catholic voice in support of marijuana was a French monk and author named Rabelais (1495-1553).

Although Rabelais' classic books Gargantua and Pantagruel superficially appear to be merely a bawdy tale about a noble giant and his son, a deeper reading reveals a telling parody of Church and State, and contains many detailed and positive references to cannabis, which Rabelais dubbed "The Herb Pantagreulion" to avoid persecution.

Yet Rabelais still suffered for his written work in support of marijuana. He was harassed and persecuted by the Church, and the chapters that most specifically refer to marijuana (Book 3, chap 49-52) were banned by the Catholic Church. The power of this censorship has lasted for centuries, as even in many modern translations of Pantagruel these chapters are omitted.

In modern times, there are some Catholic priests and bishops that have spoken out in favor of medical pot, but not full decriminalization.

One example is Vermont Bishop Kenneth Angell, who in 2004 used his position to push for his state's successful passage of a law allowing for limited use of medical marijuana. However, Angell was clear that his support was only for the most serious of medical users, and that he and his church were firmly opposed to allowing any sort of non-medical use.

The Pope on coke

Although the Catholic Church has had a longstanding hatred for mind-expanding drugs, it has historically been more tolerant of stimulants. During the late 1800's, Pope Leo XIII publicly endorsed cocaine wine, and carried a personal hip flask to fortify himself. (He wasn't alone, as Sigmund Freud, Jules Verne, and Thomas Edison were all fans of the cocaine drink.)
And it was mere months after the 2nd time that the Pope summoned Coca-Wine entrepreneur Angelo Francois Mariani to the Vatican to award him a gold medal as a benefactor of humanity (1st it was Pope Leo XIII in January 1898, 2nd time was Pope Pius X in January 1904) that Vatican hatchet-men (Knights of Columbus/Knights of Malta members) Harvey Wiley of the USDA/AMA-APhA, and William Randolf Hearst began their massive campaign of yellow journalism to scare people about cocaine without regard to the concentration factor between dilute Coca preparations and highly concentrated cocaine. See more about all of this within here.
Almost three centuries earlier, in the early 1600's, coffee was first being introduced into Europe. Many Catholic priests opposed coffee use, as it was associated with Islam and Arab Muslims. The Bishops of Rome petitioned Pope Clement VIII to forbid coffee drinking, but after the Pope had a taste of the drink he declared the brew was "so delicious that it would be a pity to allow the Muslim infidels to have exclusive use of it." Legend has it that the Pope then baptized the coffee to make it truly a Christian beverage.

Sadly, Pope Clement VIII didn't ever get a chance to have a taste of cannabis, or maybe it could have also gotten his blessing and today pot use could be an accepted part of the Catholic faith.
Testifying to the influence of and/or the infiltration by the Roman Catholic Church, many 'Protestant's have been hoodwinked into supporting these criminal and immoral laws, and the myths that certain herbs, such as Marijuana are 'evil.'
Other religions on the drug war

The Catholic Church is hardly the only Christian institution to actively support the persecution of pot users. The vast majority of the globe's various Christian sects teach that using marijuana is both a sin and a crime.

At many periods in history, various Protestant religions have outdone the Catholic Church in their persecution of herbalists and cannabis users. Nevertheless, no other institution surpasses the Catholic Church in the duration, global reach and long-term devastation caused by their centuries of war against the herb culture.

Some religious organizations and modern spiritual leaders have spoken out against the drug war. The Boston-based Unitarian Univeralist church, with about 200,000 followers, has denounced the war on drugs and called for legal marijuana and an end to prohibition. The Presbyterian Church of USA, the Quakers and the Progressive Jewish Alliance are other religious groups that openly advocate the need for drug-policy reform.
What would Jesus do?

Of course, the Bible does not teach against the use of herbs. In the book of Genesis, God declares that he has given humans "every herb bearing seed," and asserts that all of his creation is good.

In the New Testament, Jesus never specifically addresses the use of marijuana, but his view on prohibition and purity seem to be summed up in Matthew 15:11: "It's not what goes into a man's mouth which defiles him," said Jesus, "but rather that which comes out of it."

The apostle Paul also reinforces this idea in his writings. "Everything created by God is good," wrote Paul, "and nothing is to be rejected if it is received with thanksgiving." (1 Timothy, 4:4) In another book, Paul writes "I know and am persuaded in the Lord Jesus that nothing is unclean in itself; but it is unclean for any one who thinks it unclean... For the kingdom of God is not food and drink but righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit." (Romans 14:14,17)
With cocaine, it is man's refining it that makes it bad, and not its naturally occurring amounts in Coca leaves.

With Tobacco, it's the Virginia invented practices of breeding it to delete its psychedelic properties, and then its curing in ways to reduce its harshness that creates the addictive health threat of Virginia Bright Leaf cigarettes, with the despicable practice of adding chemicals to tremendously increase the burn rate, exacerbating health issues and causing countless fires, for the sake of increasing sales, all conspiring to produce the problem.
Jesus encouraged his followers to visit those in prison, minister to the poor and love their enemies. So while the Catholic Bishops gather to decide which geriatric virgin will lead the world's largest Church, let us hope they choose a man who will lead their global congregation towards true godliness, peace on earth and an end to worldwide drug war.

* What the Bible says about prohibition:
* Christians for Cannabis:
* Unitarian Univeralists for Drug Policy Reform:
* Quakers:
* Pope Leo XIII endorses cocaine:
* Modern Catholic Culture propaganda against marijuana:
* 1998 Catholic statement about the evils of euthanasia and drug-addiction:
* Wikipedia on Pope Innocent VIII:
* History of the Malleus Maleficarum:
Iboga-Ibogaine- God Given Solution for Addiction/Toxic-Mania