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"Consider others as yourself." - DHAMMAPADA 10.1
"Do to others as you would have them do to you." - LUKE 6.31

"The kingdom of God is within you" - LUKE 17:21

The Church of Entheology is completely non-denominational and is devoted to fundamental freedom of thought and transformation of consciousness through love, compassion, and respect for all living creatures. It is our belief that the strict and responsible use of Salvia divinorum as its Holy Sacrament (and only as a Holy Sacrament), when combined with deep meditation practice, can be a catalyst for spiritual revelation and connection with God and with the God within oneself, revealing the true soul of a person, extending ones knowledge of the infinite Being to oneself, making known what is knowable about the Divine to every single individual.

Furthermore, the right to free exercise of religion has its foundation in the very dignity of the human person and this right of the human person to religious freedom is to be recognized in the constitutional law whereby society is governed, thus becoming a civil right.  It is in accordance with one's dignity as a person, that is, a being endowed with reason and free will, and therefore privileged to bear personal responsibility, that we all should be at once impelled by nature and also bound by an obligation to seek our own truth. Once one awakens to one's true nature, it is imperative to order one's life in accord with the demands of truth. However, one cannot fulfill these obligations in a manner in keeping with one's own nature unless they have psychological freedom as well as immunity from external coercion. Therefore, the right to free exercise of religion has its foundation not in the subjective disposition of the person, but in one's very nature. In consequence, the right to this immunity continues to exist even in those who do not live up to their obligation of seeking the truth and adhering to it and the exercise of this right is not to be impeded, provided that just public order be observed. 

We will work tirelessly to protect this right of religious freedom to explore truth through love, compassion, respect for all living creatures, and through our Holy Sacrament of Salvia divinorum.


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