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Frequently Asked Questions

1. When I receive Divine, is it really God? 

Yes, in the Sacrament Divine, God is truly present. This miracle has been practiced for about 2,000 years and is continuing today. The term for this is called Transubstantiation. 


2. What is an Entheogen? 

An entheogen is a chemical substance, typically of plant origin, that is ingested to produce a non-ordinary state of consciousness for religious or spiritual purpose. Entheogens have been used in religious and spiritual rituals for thousands of years – from Asia to the Americas. Vajrayana (a form of Tantric Buddhism) has had a well-documented tradition – albeit not widespread – of the use of entheogens, particularly datura and cannabis. In Hinduism, both cannabis and, to a lesser extent, the potent datura have been used in religious practices.

3. Is there a cost for the Sacrament Divine? 

No, there is never any cost for the Sacrament Divine. It is always free to all members. 

4. What is PSCCF? 

PSCCF is an acronym for Pre-Consecrated Sacramental Communal Cultivation Fee. This is further explained in the Membership Agreement Form. 

5. Can I share Divine with non-members? 

If they are members of the Church and have completed the Ceremony Divine, the answer is Yes. If they are not a member of the Church and have not completed the Ceremony Divine, the answer is No. You can explain the teachings and beliefs of the Church, and if they are interested, they may inquire about becoming a member. 

6. How can I get involved or help with the Church? 

There are many ways to get involved with the Church. You can:  

- Spread the word about joining the Church with family and friends

- Donate clean clothes, blankets, or any other items that can help those in need

- A financial donation is always a blessing

Thank you everyone for your support!

We are committed to creating a loving and peaceful experience

for our members and the community.

 For any additional questions, please contact us!

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