What Is The King's Tree?



Once upon a time, there was a king who had a dream…


The King dreamt of a Tree of Life.  The Tree flourished, and provided health and life for all the people in the land.  It gave shelter to the animals, and from it every living creature was fed.  It grew so high that it touched the sky, and it was visible to the ends of the earth. 


But there were those who were frightened by the tree.  So they cut down the Tree of Life, and they put bands on what was left of it to keep it from growing.  And the tree stayed bound and alone in the darkness for seven times.  But the King dreamt that one day, the bands were taken off the tree, and it grew and grew to heights and breadths that no one could have imagined.  Thus, nature was restored, the people and the land were saved by the Tree of Life.


The King awoke, and he summoned his best magician to interpret his dream.  And it turned out that the dream wasn’t a dream at all - it was a prophecy. 


The Tree of Life was the King’s kingdom.  Those who feared it cut it down.  They sent the king into exile, where he lived amongst the beasts of the field and the grass of the earth.  And he lived there, alone in the darkness, for many years.


And then, one day, the King and his kingdom were restored.  The King not only took back everything that had been stollen from him, but built a realm that would go down in history as one of the greatest empires of all time, providing the world with knowledge and light, and the ability to evolve into a new and better civilization.


The cannabis plant was cut down.  It was forced into darkness by those who were afraid of its beauty and its tremendous power to heal.  Just as in King Nebuchadnezzar’s Dream, cannabis has stayed hidden, bound in the dark for many years.


Now is the time to free the Tree of Life.  Now is the time to bring cannabis out of the darkness and into the light, making it’s healing power known to the world.  Now is the time to let the tree flourish, and give its special gift to humanity.


We believe in Life, and we are King’s Tree.

Written by Erin Sujan