Was Hebrew Shewbread Psychedelic?

Frankincense was put upon each row (Lev. 24:7). The shewbread was changed every Sabbath day and the old loaves were eaten by the priests in a holy place (Lev. 24:9).

In the shewbread, the 12 tribes were perpetually presented before God; yet it was wholly consumed by man; thus it provided both a sacrifice and a communion. On one occasion the shewbread was given to David to eat (1 Sam. 21:6).

Here we find evidence that the Hebrew communion was entheogenic "bagels" made with acacia. Sacrificing the shewbread (or "showbread") by eating it caused the face of God to be shown to the 12 tribes, making him present. This was done in the resonant Holy of Holies section of the temple.

In this way, the musical octave of twelve anciently identified with the sky is associated with the entheogenic communion. When divided into two groups of six cakes, it becomes symbolic of the god-number 6 or 60 associated with the Babylonian heaven-god An (Anu) and embodied in the Jewish Star of David geometry.

Most likely, the shewbread would have contained an extract of psychoactive DMT from the same acacia wood used to build the Table of Shewbread and other temple furniture. Some believe it would have included Peganum Harmala (i.e., Syrian Rue), another psychoactive plant readily available in the Holy Land. Even the ritual incense would have included Cannabis or Acacia wood, both traditionally burned as incense.