plant. Wednesday , November 08th , 2017 - 10:54:11 AM
If you get a burning rash on your skin after being outdoors, you probably came in contact with the leaves of a vine or shrub that have a resin in them known as urushiol. This allergic reaction is called contact dermatitis.
Plant the seeds in shallow rows then firm the soil on top of them. Fine seeds can be planted in a mixture of sand which will allow them to spread more evenly. You can also cover the bed with wet burlap or paper in order to keep the soil moist during germination.
According to Easton's Bible Dictionary, the Acacia tree may be the burning bush (Exodus 3:2) which Moses encountered in the desert. Also, in the Christian tradition, it is thought that Christ's crown of thorns was woven from acacia. It is of great interest and significance that the humble acacia is so prominent in these two biblical narratives. These narratives have formed the nucleus of these religions and shaped the destiny of hundreds of millions of people. I know it is only speculation, but to me there could be more than just a reference to an available wood but symbolic or coded reference to an entheogenic experience that is at the heart of religions as Dr Shanon postulates.
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