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Death threats from leaders of ayahuasca centres in portugal raided by police. Friends of iceers were involved in threatening witnesses to police inquiries into substance trafficking and ayahuasca importation with violence and murder. They were also involved in portraying a reality of someeone threatened with murder was a sick and evil liar, helping those involved to maintain plausible deniability.

They did not want to condemn the behaviour and instead tried to discredit a witness to court by portraying he was undermining the sanctity of a movement that prided itself on blaming people as being police informants and then threatening to murder them. They did not want to condemn the behaviour and as a result blessed and condoned witness harassment in favour of their cause of legalizing ayahuasca.

That plausible deniability was until the ico in the uk forced the eternal heart ayahuasca group headed by adriab freedman to turn over data admitting operating in defiance of the law and a criminal court found four people culpable in witness harassment and death threats.

The ayahuasca defense fund is a fund that has the objective of helping people out of criminal trouble when the authorities make arrests for the importation of ayahuasca, or in some cases santo daime.

It was created by the foundation to try and help drug traffickers avoid prison. Iceers portray drug traffickers and drug dealers as persecuted people unfairly treated by the authorities. When they, the druggies, make serious mistakes, iceers tend to not disclose the truth because it would hurt their cause or discourage investment to the fund.

So it is more convenient to try and deny problems or to quietly support those involved in trying to silence people by way of abuse, harassment and threats of violence.

All they had to do was make a correction and instead they were not interested, they wanted to discredit someone as sick or evil, now the integrity of their cause and approach is on the line.

That fact is substantiated after iceers had chances to condemn the behaviour but were not interested. It transpired it was because those in trouble with the police and the courts were friends of iceers.

That explains to a degree why iceers gave the advice to many in the plant medicine community to humiliate a witness to the courts, having to testify after being threatened with violence and murder, and to poke fun at him saying he was sick, evil and mentally deranged.

Iceers response was to portray a reality where the witness to court was discrediting the sanctity of an ayahausca movement that prided itself upon being able to threaten people with abuse and murder with impunity. They did not want to correct their position because their friends were busted by the police for dealing in lsd and marijuana.

They wanted to scapegoat someone and individuals claimed that a witness to court could be murdered, denounced as sick or evil, denounced as a pedophile, a (censor) and a (censor).

He only got involved after being wrongly accussed of being a police informant, representatives of the santo daime and the ayahuasca in the netherlands and portugal spent 18 months making death threats and posting disgusting abuse. It was supported by those at the highest levels of the santo daime and those who push to legalize substances.

But the santo church in the netherlands ran into some serious legalization troubles as can only be expected when its representatives get raided for dealing in other substances and them blame others for their troubles, to the point of making threats to kill.

It was in part due to a group of people from the netherlands church that believed threatening police witnesses with murder, or mocking them as sick and evil, or threatening to finish them off, or to malign them is of an evil mind, was wise.

The position of the ayahuasca defense fund operated by iceers was that the one threatened with murder was undermining the sanctity of the ayahuasca movement in portugal. However, it had none to start with.

The plant medicine community were encouraged by various friends of iceers as well as seniors of ayahuasca churches to threaten the witness, to discourage him from giving evidence, to cover for the behaviour, to portray the one threatened with violence as a sick and evil liar.

Personal use of marijuana is tolerated in portugal, but santo daime church members opening ayahuasca centres and growing many kilos of it, whilst dealing in lsd and other substances, and then making fun of the witness to criminal court, is not.

But the history of the santo daime church is riddled with stories of victim-hood and persecution, playing the poor me when caught with substances, on one hand, trafficking in substances and flouting the law with apparent contempt, and on the other hand 'crying' about how badly they are being dealt with by the authorities on the other,

The support for threats of violence was extensive and involved numerous retreat centres as well as importers of the santo daime church and documented friends of iceers. Representatives of the santo daime church that iceers claim to have nothing to do with claimed he was a rapist, an arsonist, a child abuser, a pedophile evil, sick, twisted and the like, and could expect being murdered and the police being able to do nothing about it.

When iceers were told about it they showed no interest in correcting their position and took the stance the one threatened with murder was a liar. The adf showed no interest in correcting statements that implied a police witness was undermining the sanctity of the ayahuasca movement in portugal, which encouraged people to post disgusting abuse.

As a result the one threatened with murder and violence explained the problems to the public prosecutors in the netherlands.

The criminal court of appeal in early 2018 in a landmark ruling after 21 years of tolerance, ruled against the santo daime after the church pre-emptively started a war with the netherlands state in 2016, which they lost also.

A tribunal made an injunction against those responsible for the witness harassment, process number of the criminal tribunal is 1544.18.3t9 gmr tribunal oliveira do hospital, portugal.

The court made findings of witness harassment and found no justification for the behaviour. The police also got involved and filed complaints with the prosecution and the tribunal for witness harassment conducted by members of the santo daime church headed by adrian freedman.

Adrian freedman was served with particulars of claim for criminal harassment, a cease and desist order prohibiting further incitement of violence or mockery, as well as prohibiting circulation of private data and was told never to return to portugal.

He thought that finding people to mock a witness as a peodophile was funny, but life taught him a lesson, by way of the state banning his santo daime and renewing their efforts to outlaw the activities of the santo daime church.

The plant medicine community that iceers try and spare from criminal trouble claimed the witness could do nothing about the death threats, could expect to be murdered, labelled as sick and evil, and in essence should just suck it up.

They were mistaken as he was given police protection, the authorities got involved, as well as social services. Adrian freedman was forced to close down his eternal heart centre ayahuasca ceremonies and the public prosecutors in holland managed to persuade a court to criminalize ayahuasca.

Many of the problems in the plant medicine community can be attributed to the mistaken belief that the law does not apply to them. The matters raised in the reports fall under matters of public interest and can be used in order to understand the complexities underlying drug policy especially in matters of drug legalization.

The approach of the plant medicine community when things go wrong is to single people out as scapegoats, in this matter, a criminal court had to injunct friends of iceers and the public ministry in portugal made moves to ban ayahuasca.

The criminal court made bans against people making malicious death threats and made a finding of malicious witness harassment and criminal defamation. The plant community in portugal spent 18 months making problems for a witness to court that only got involved when he was wrongly maligned as a police snitch and subjected to disgusting abuse. It involved friends of iceers, the santo daime, the ceu do cruzeiro de luz in cascais and many retreat centres. It also included friends of adrian freedman who has a track record of defying the law in multiple countries and then claiming victimhood when the trouble comes.

They turned on someone because their marijuana supplier got raided and they wanted to blame the one that told them to tone it down. People can use the example of a police witness being threatened with murder by key representatives of the santo daime church and substance traffickers on police bail to understand the moral and ethical problems that trouble the santo daime church and how that spoiled its standing with the authorities.

They can then understand the relationship between responsible behaviour or lack of it, and how that can manifest as the prohibition of a drug related activity by the authorities. Many in the plant medicine community believe the law does not apply to them explaining why many supported the behaviour and cursed them with renewed criminalization of their practices, raids, arrests, court cases and general bad luck for plant medicine legalization.

People can see also what can happen if people are wrongly accused of being police snitches and then subjected to disgusting abuse and threats of murder by members of organizations trying to secure legalization for its importation of the substance. The whole matter serves as a textbook example of why some control and regulation over the importation of drugs is necessary in society and also why the religious defence to using or distributing drugs is flawed, especially where there is no religion in place, or a false claim of one.

It becomes a slippery slide where any drug use, dealing or distribution of drugs, or substances can be claimed as a religious activity or an activity that should be allowed under the provisions of human rights. Then people just continue to do the drugs, trafficking in the substances, and claiming victim-hood later. Often there is no religious practice at all, it is just drug use and drug dealing, plain and simple.

The tribunal made an injunction against those responsible with permanent effect on the four named people above, for clarity they are attila akat, alexandra akat, daniela markert and johannes maasland, process number of the criminal tribunal is 1544.18.3t9 gmr tribunal oliveira do hospital, portugal.

The criminal court of appeal in early 2018 in a landmark ruling after 21 years of tolerance, ruled against the santo daime after the church pre-emptively started a war with the netherlands state in 2016, which they lost also.

Documented members of the santo daime church made threats to murder whilst on bail for trafficking substances, they were helped by many others also of the santo daime and the plant medicine community backed by iceers which explains why the santo daime church is filled with the karma of black stones, and the karma of renewed prohibition for its work in multiple countries.

As a result the public ministry and the police in portugal began investigating ayahuasca, santo daime, the matter of babies and children being dosed with the substance and iboga.

The response of various representatives of the santo daime and the plant medicine community is that the witness to court would be smeared as sick, evil and deranged, should fear for his safety, would be murdered before the police could help and deserved to be poked fun at for the cause of medicine legalization. They were supported and helped by those fighting for freedom for ayahuasca, but they attracted bad luck in the courts.in 2017 ireland was a loss, in 2018 the mother church in holland was criminalized, belgium faced trouble also.

Nevertheless regardless of their sentiments of the plant medicine community that thought scapegoating someone and making them a target of abuse whilst on police bail for serious crimes of substance trafficking was funny, a criminal court made findings of witness harassment and imposed an injunction on the offenders. They were told in no uncertain terms to stop or face lengthy prison time.

Court reference number is 1544.18.3t9 gmr tribunal oliveira do hospital.
Police report reference number gclsa 37.17.0/1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 oliveira do hospital/beja gnr

The authorities did not take the side of the drug traffickers, of course not, as a result, the medicine community experienced renewed interventions by the authorities, police raids, adverse judgements and very bad luck for their cause.

Iceers quietly took down webinars where adrian freedman claimed persecution and victimhood over how the authorities treated him.

In terms of child abuse, the position of the authorities is that those under 18, sometimes under 16, who are given drugs by adults, are being abused. Those caught face serious consequences.

Adrian freedman believes such laws do not apply to him, but now he is known to various authorities for importing substances, evading duty on imported substances, involvement in witness harassment, involvement in threats to murder and giving drugs to babies and kids.

The eternal heart centre was forced to close and the netherlands lost their freedom for the sacrament.

Court reference number is 1544.18.3t9 gmr tribunal oliveira do hospital.
Police report reference number gclsa 37.17.0/1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 oliveira do hospital/beja gnr

The authorities did not take the side of the drug traffickers, of course not, as a result, the medicine community experienced renewed interventions by the authorities, police raids, adverse judgements and very bad luck for their cause.

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  • Updated by Sally Hills, Dec 06, 2018

    The Santo Daime Church and its representatives were involved in condoning the abasement, humiliation and mockery of witnesses to Criminal Court Proceedings in relation to trafficking in substances and importation of the Santo Daime. They were also involved in threatening Court witnesses with violence or murder, or implying that bad things would happen if the witness testified.

    One representative of the Santo Daime Church threatened murder, another threatened being smeared as sick and evil, another pretended to be a Private Investigator threatening to close down the witnesses bank account, others threatened irrepairable harm to business and reputation, which led a Court to injunct some responsible

    There is evidence to show when told of serious abuse by associates of theirs, the leaders response, most notably Adrian Freedman of the Santo Daime Church was to look the other way as their friends were encouraged to humiliate a witness to police investigations.

    Some of it came from facilitators of Ayahuasca centres set up with the help of Adrian Freedman, they were raided by the police and threatened to murder someone blaming him for the raid.

    The humiliation conducted with the silent approval of Mr Freedman was done to try and threaten off, or discourage a witness in criminal proceedings. They were proceedings for substance trafficking and threats to murder, as well as threatening the witness to Court.

    There were also inquiries by the UK Police into the matter of babies and children being given substances.

    The attitude from the Santo Daime Church is apparent, namely spouting disgusting abuse at others, blaming others for their problems, labelling people mentally ill for wanting an apology, or even claiming people can be killed or murdered.

    Many in the Santo Daime Church 'helped out' with the cultural intimidation in various ways in an attempt to save their practices from being scrutinized by the authorities.

    The key responses from representatives of the Santo Daime Church is that the Court Witness would be murdered or finished off, would be defamed as a person of a sick and evil mind, would flounder in hell, and similar.

    It is assumed that the objective of the Santo Daime Church was to try and pretend the witness was a liar.

    But Adrian Freedman's attempt at plausible deniability backfired as the ICO forced his group to turn over data incriminating them in the running of Santo Daime ceremonies without legal permission.

    The data contained information about Santo Daime events held throughout Europe and debunked the notion that the witness was deranged and a liar.

    A letter emailed and mailed to the Prosecutors office in the Netherlands for review in the Supreme Court contained CDs, flash drives, police reports and other files regarding the Santo Daime and its role in threatening a witness to the investigations conducted by the authorities into substance trafficking and threats to murder, as well as giving Santo Daime to children against the wishes of the authorities, and dealing in other prohibited substances.

    In 2018 the Ministry of Justice interviewed the one threatened with murder by the Santo Daime Church and queried the nature of the substance use.

    They asked about how it was sold and distributed in Portugal, and started the processes to formally ban.

    Portuguese law states that those caught with Ayahuasca or the Santo Daime are substance addicts in need of help and therapy, but distributing or selling the substance comes under trafficking.

    In Portugal trafficking in substances attracts a 4-12 year prison sentence.

    As a result any chance that the Céu de Cruzeiro de Luz had to legalize their substance use in Portugal, was certainly lost as a result of the behaviour.

    Céu de Cruzeiro de Luz had close connections with Adrian Freedman in the United Kingdom, he tried to pretend he was not associated with them but the ICO forced him to turn over information that proved there was a connection.

    He used their people to host ceremonies and in some cases, to import the sacrament.

    The police became interested in the matter when it transpired the Church started importing the substance without the water, a concentrated DMT preparation.

    In Brazil the water is removed leaving a sludgy liquid. It is shipped in medical pouches, perhaps declared as medical goods for customs, then the water is added before use.

    The result is it makes a substance that has a much greater measurable DMT content, it is no longer a natural brew in that state, and it is imported in ways to avoid police and customs detection.

    It is the latter that the Church were most worried about and tried to discourage the witness from testifying, but in Portuguese law, one must testify if called. One has no choice.

    The Church caused the problems by wrongly accusing someone of being a police snitch and making threats to murder. There were also witnesses to the death threats, the Tribunal took safety measures when taking the testimony about what happened.

    A branch of the Santo Daime, Céu de Cruzeiro de Luz, has been fighting for recognition as a formal religious institution in Portugal for many years. In 2004, the church applied for recognition in the RNPC National Registry of Collective – Religious, Non-Catholic Persons. After years of waiting, it gained the status of a civil association – though not an official religion. In 2011, the church applied for recognition as a religion as well as for authorization to use its sacrament in its ceremonies, but was DENIED

    They were still DENIED as of October 3rd 2017, a representative of the Santo Daime Church in Cascais made these statements in an email to someone threatened with MURDER by another representative of the Santo Daime Church:-

    Looking at this Picture, you look more like a homossexual pedophile

    We informed ourselves and the police that this church in Lisbon Cascais have an open process for legalization of their practices.

    The name of the individual was Miguel Abreu, a buddy of Adrian Freedman and one of the leaders of the Céu de Cruzeiro de Luz operating illegally in Portugal. Miguel Abreu runs Monte Mariposa in the Algarve, running Santo Daime retreats without permission. His role was to incite his office workers to mock the witness as mentally deranged, sick, evil and deranged, that was done with the blessing of Adrian Freedman.

    Adrian Freedman LOST the war for freedom of the Santo Daime, his brothers and sisters involved in making death threats and mockery of people who foresee fires, lost their homes and centres to freak wildfires, they LOST their quest to be powerful in Portugal for Ayahuasca.

    Their power was taken from them by God, those who consecrated hubris in Santo Daime works, lost everything, their professional standing, their homes, their centres, their legal freedoms and some were injuncted by a criminal court.

    Adrian Freedman was spoiled by his own darkness and hubris, reinforced by long standing 'Totnes hubris'.

    He drank too much Santo Daime and smoked too much marijuana, everyone else followed him, became contemptuous druggies, undermining the sanctity of the Ayahuasca movement in Portugal, and ultimately, bringing a renewed curse of prohibition and intolerance for Santo Daime.

    The truth is that Adrian Freedman uses other people to do his 'dirty work' namely trafficking in the substance and growing marijuana for events, and has other people that can make trouble for people that defend themselves against threats of violence and murder. Because he got it wrong, his people got it wrong too, culminating in a police raid on a centre he denied founding, but he founded it, with his blessing, and provided the Santo Daime.

    The Santo Daime in Portugal thought it was the fault of someone who foretold the troubles, Adrian Freedman's associates and friends got involved in behaviour which constitutes witness harassment for which there is no legal excuse, it also was conducted by many people and consitututed 'cultural intimidation' against the witness by the Santo Daime who was not an informant on the police raid.

    But Adrian Freedman's people thought he was, labelling him sick, evil, mentally deranged and other obscenities and several times threats to murder were made, as well as attempts to make him not go to the Tribunal as a witness to threats of murder and criminal defamation.

    People in the Santo Daime threatened the life of a police witness that only got involved after he was threatened with violence and murder, and defamed as sick and evil.

    They wanted to blame someone for the raid and they thought persecution of a Court Witness was the way, but it proved to be their undoing.

    The Eternal Heart Centre was served with Particulars of Claim and a Cease and Desist Order, it then filed for dissolution facing investigations by police, HMRC and other bodies for shady activities involving substances, substances and children, and financial irregularities to do with taking black money, not declared for tax in Portugal.

    Adrian Freedman's behaviour brought shame to the Santo Daime, his support for mockery of Court witnesses blew up in his face, destroying his Santo Daime and invoking prohibition by the authorities. His friends thought a police witness was a loser and would be murdered, but the Santo Daime are the losers as God intervened and made the Dutch Courts rule against the Mother Church.

    Adrian Freedman's life work to free the Santo Daime ended in humiliating defeat, disgrace, dishonour and losses, as everything about his Santo Daime was destroyed, culminating in a landmark ruling in Holland against the Santo Daime after 21 years of tolerance.

  • Updated by Sally Hills, Dec 06, 2018

    The whole matter serves as a textbook example of why some control and regulation over the importation of drugs is necessary in society and also why the religious defence to using or distributing drugs is flawed, especially where there is no religion in place, or a false claim of one.

    It becomes a slippery slide where any drug use, dealing or distribution of drugs, or substances can be claimed as a religious activity or an activity that should be allowed under the provisions of human rights. Then people just continue to do the drugs, trafficking in the substances, and claiming victim-hood later. Often there is no religious practice at all, it is just drug use and drug dealing, plain and simple.

    People then use LSD, marijuana and all manner of other drugs, claiming it is their religion.

    The religion claimed can is essence be called doing drugs and in some cases dealing in drugs.

    What then happens is that those involved in the drug related activities somehow believe the laws do not apply to them, to an extent that also explains why the Santo Daime Church believe it is acceptable to threaten to murder people, lie about it, or portray the ones threatened with such, as sick, evil, twisted and a (censor).

    The Santo Daime had that problem in Ireland, namely that they though the laws did not apply to them. In that matter a Santo Daime Church member known as McCabe was brought before Court on charges of importation.Mr McCabe pleaded with the court that the prosecution was an interference with his church’s fundamental rights.

    However, Judge Jones replied: “According to your law you are acting in the law, but according to the law of the land it is an illegal substance”.

    “It is not my law, this is something that is blessed, ” Mr McCabe answered.

    Judge Jones said he was going to give him a chance and not convict him, but added that he was not setting a precedent nor giving McCabe the right to use the substance.

    He said he was striking out the case, however, he warned Mr McCabe, “that does not give you a licence to carry on”.

    Adrian Freedman and the Céu de Cruzeiro de Luz had the same problem, both were told no by the authorities. The former is well documented for a raid by the police in the United Kingdom when he tried to import the substance for 600 people.

    The latter were told no three times by the State in regard to the use of the substance.

    In both instances the evidence is clear that despite being told no by the State, they thought the law did not apply,

    Those that opened up an Ayahuasca retreat centre online and promoted themselves as Santo Daime and then went on to get caught with vast quantities of marijuana and LSD by the police did not think the law applied to them either.

    They and their families, and indeed the so called Eternal Heart Centre also thought that because they were Santo Daime the laws around witness harassment did not apply to them, but the Court ruled differently, handed down an injunction by a Criminal Court during proceedings for trafficking in prohibited substances.

    Adrian Freedman also thought the laws about dosing babies with substances did not apply, but the police in the UK did not agree and began investigations into the practice of underage drinking, of Ayahuasca.

    The list is endless but the theme is the same, a belief that the laws do not apply, and then life usually teaches them a lesson.

    The lesson for Iceers, Andrea Langlois and anors is that if your organization is involved in implying police witnesses are liars or are undermining the sanctity of a religious practice, if threatening people with murder can be called one, then the matter will be brought up for healing.

    The matter demonstrates that Iceers does not take responsibility for its choices and decisions, namely to condone the committing crimes against the State and believes portraying themselves as persecuted for being labelled substance traffickers advances the cause.

    Time and time again the brothers and sisters in the Santo Daime cross borders with the substance, then people get caught.

    Regardless of what legal defence they have, substance trafficking is substance trafficking.

    Legalizing substances is not the answer to substance related criminality either, it does not address the underlying causes that promote substance use in society, nor does it address the serious harms that can occur by uncontrolled use and distribution of substances by organizations with a track record of appalling behaviour and contempt for the laws.

    They then play the poor me story and claim persecution and being victimized, but th Courts see it for what it is, drug trafficking disguised by a veil of religion which is often not sincerely practiced.

    The debacle told the authorities that when given the chance, amateurs involved in the Santo Daime Church who are given lots of Santo Daime and Ayahuasca, and encouraged to set up their own centres without proper accreditation, skills or training, are apt and prone to behave irresponsibly and recklessly, setting the precedent for the authorities to clamp down on uncontrollable Ayahuasca activities.

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  • Ti
      Dec 07, 2018

    The bulk of the problems came from Adrian Freedman inciting people to mock a police witness as mentally deranged and stupid to try and discredit him as a sick and evil liar

    He wanted the authorities to believe he was stupid, a discreditable witness, making up lies about Santo Daime, police raids and other things. But the police took seriously the testimony about the matter of Mr Freedman giving Santo Daime to babies and children. It was because he had a record from before in 2010.

    For some reason Adrian Freedman was raided two times at his house in Huxhams Cross in Totnes back in 2010. In August 2010 the authorities went to his house and raided the Santo Daime. Then, three months later, he was raided again at the same place !?

    He did not learn the first time and instead increased the amount of the substance imported into his house, to the tune of 54 litres, after he had already been raided once. A news archive featured this information about Adrian Freedman, the women arrested were Noriko Takahashi and Nancy Swinnen.

    A powerful hallucinogenic drug linked to a religious organisation has been seized in police raids across South Devon for the second time in three months.

    Police say they found 54 litres of Ayahuasca, a liquid which contains the powerful hallucinogenic dimethyltryptamine, a designated Class A drug, in a garage in Dartington.

    The haul, one of the biggest ever found in the UK, followed a drugs raid on a home at Huxham’s Cross, the same home police raided in August when they seized quantities of the same drug.

    A total of four people were arrested in the raids which also took place at homes in Staverton, Harbertonford and Kingskerswell.

    Police believe that all four people have links with the Sainte Daime church in which the drug is used as a ‘sacrament’.

    A blend of Christianity, South American and African religions, the church was founded in South America in the 1930s but has spread to the US and Europe where worshippers are believed to meet at each other’s homes or in local halls.

    A 48-year-old man was arrested at the Huxhams Cross address while three women aged 33, 31 and 37 were arrested following raids on the other addresses in Moreleigh Road, Harbertonford, West Hill Terrace, Kingskerswell and West Park, Staverton.

    The women were released on bail pending further inquiries while the man appeared in Torbay Magistrates accused of drug offences.

    Police said the raids were carried out as part of Operation Zephyr –– a South West-wide operation targeting organised crime and involving five forces –– Devon and Cornwall, Avon and Somerset, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire and Dorse, working closely with the Borders Agency and Revenue and Customs.

    DMT originates from South America, comes in the shape of a brown liquid and is prepared from a vine mixed with leaves of various shrubs containing DMT.

    The congregation of the Sainte Daime church are believed to use it as part of their ceremonies to allow members to get in touch with their inner selves.

    A police spokesman said: “Generally it is a very specialised area of the drugs market and not a street drug.”

    But she said police are concerned that it is likely to become more prevalent and said that there had already been one death from the use of the drug which was not linked to the group.

    Detective Inspector Andy Bevan said: “DMT is very dangerous which is why it has been graded a Class A drug. As such it is taken very seriously by police and border agencies. We will continue to take strong action against those who are involved in drug related criminality.”

    The latest raids took place on Wednesday.

    A similar raid took place at Huxhams Cross in August this year when a man and a woman were arrested and a quantity of the drug seized.

    Adrian Freedman, 48, of Huxhams Cross, Dartington, appeared before Torbay Magistrates’ Court yesterday charged with others with conspiracy to evade the prohibition on DMT between January 1 and November 18.

    The case was sent to Plymouth Crown Court to be heard on February 28.

    Freedman was remanded on bail on condition of residence at Huxhams Cross and a 10pm to 6am curfew.

    He was ordered to surrender his passport before he was to be released from custody, barred from applying for travel documents and ordered not to have contact with five named people

    So the case is made out he had a record for a police raid and his friends that claimed the one threatened with murder was a sick liar is easy to disprove. Fast forward a year or so and the case is also made out that the Céu do Cruzeiro de Luz were also banned from using the sacrament in 2011 and 2012.

    https://www.complaintsboard.com/complaints/ceu-do-cruzeiro-de-luz-santo-daime-portugal-prophecized-fires-death-threats-police-investigations-abuse-of-minors-importation-of-substances-police-raids-c1083899.html

    The decline notice was given by the authorities in writing and there can be no doubt they understood they were told no. There can be no dispute that they were told no, and Adrian Freedman knew it was no. But in the same way he imported illegal substances 3 months later after the police already raided him once, he then did the substances in Portugal after being told no there as well.

    There can be no dispute of the proof of the obvious defiance against the authorities. He knew the law, and despite being subjected to tough pre-trial conditions in the UK, defied the law again in Portugal and other countries as well.

    ICEERS posted in 2017 that Adrian Freedman was persecuted in 2010.

    That claim is false, he was arrested and subjected to investigation for importing a substance into the United Kingdom.

    ICEERS also published via their associates or affiliated websites a series of various articles explaining how many people involved in Ayahuasca act in defiance of the law. They boldly admit and state as such, to a degree that is beyond any dispute.

    Some articles followed up and stated that ICEERS also help people being persecuted by the authorities (and that is for being in defiance of the authorities).

    The cause of the problem then with persecution of Ayahuasca has nothing to do with religious persecution, it is an inner child rebellion problem that makes its practitioners defiant (and thus not ethical). The ethical practioners go to where it is legal and work there and there are no problems.

    The Santo Daime Church are basically playing out inner child defiance and rebellion on the state and then playing poor me when they do not get their way. The State can be seen as the grown ups that say no to enforce a sense of discipline. As the Church think the authorities are (censored) then they end up being self-victimized by their bad attitude toward the State.

    That is the plain unpalatable truth for ICEERS, Adrian Freedman, the plant medicine community and others to deal with.

    No amount of scapegoating others or threatening people into silence under threat of murder or being denounced as sick and evil changes anything. That same defiance played out toward the one threatened with murder because Adrian Freedman found people to stick their fingers up at him in defiance.

    He defied the order to close the works and defied the warnings of the fire, his defiance contributed to some extent to the deaths of 41 people in the October 17 Santo Daime fires.

    It is his defiance that is the problem, other people follow him and become defiant also. The end result is a defiant army of substance traffickers on a mission to be at war with authority and the state. They lose because they have not learned the lessons of maturity and wisdom, to leave childhood rebellion behind where it belongs, in childhood.

    Rebellion and defiance equates to hubris which precedes nemesis and in this case the criminalization of the Santo Daime is the punishment for defiance of the law and hubris toward good standards.

    It points out to those who are claiming persecution to start growing up and facing the truth of their problems.

    The naked truth is that ICEERS and the ADF help criminals and substance traffickers with authority-defiance issues that play poor me when the dawn raids come.

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  • Ar
      Mar 01, 2019

    In what can be described as a monumental disaster in the plant medicine community a Shaman threatened with murder and violence saw in visions fires burning down retreat centres involved in the Santo Daime.

    In what seems like a X Files case, the fires only went to the places involved in being nasty to the Shaman. They all decided to poke fun and laughing at him, making peurile jokes and claiming he was making prophecies of fire to make fear, but then the fires came and destroyed their homes and retreat centres.

    The Santo Daime Church headed by one senior called Adrian Freedman, turned on the shaman labelling him sick, evil, (censor), a peodophile, a (censor), a (censor), a (censor) and would be killed, murdered, hurt, sent to hospital and was threatened with being finished off.

    ICEERS affirmed the stance that those who behave irresponsibly or unethically create bad outcomes in any dealings with th authorities, but in this case they helped out those involved because of the importance of the cause.

    Suffice to say, the fires that came again and again, were the Acts from God, finishing off the mockers and giving them the karmic lessons that come from criminal hubris.

    The fire curse appears an unstoppable Act of God, it might be it is the curse of the Gods for the plant medicine people poking fun at shamans with special powers, or just extremely unlucky concidence.

    But each time they were nasty or not repentant for their misdeeds, he foresaw another fire, and another, and another..

    Adrian Freedman and members of the Ceu do Cruzeiro de Luz Santo Daime Church were also warned in health and safety terms of the dangers of fires as well as the dangers of using fiscales grappling with alcohol issues, the response was to incite nastiness against the one that told them to stop abusing Ayahuasca in fire country and to tidy up their acts.

    When told to stop pouring Ayahuasca, representatives of their organization told a witness to police investigations to have a change of trousers ready, or expect violence, or being smeared as a sick, mentally deranged peodophile.

    That came from members of the Ceu do Cruzeiro de Luz Santo Daime Church, a subsidiary of Adrian Freedmans so called main Church as well as from associates of ICEERS trafficking in banned substances.

    He saw in a vision that a fire would destroy a temple during a work of Santo Daime with Céu do Cruzeiro de Luz

    Two months later seven retreat centres were destroyed, 41 people were killed, all on the very same day Adrian Freedman poured Santo Daime in defiance of the warning, whilst encouraging others in his group to threaten to put a police witness to drug dealing in hospital.

    Adrian Freedman and his friends thought mocking the Shaman as a homosexual pedophile or a sick, mentally deranged arsonist was funny, but when many of his friends centres burned down in freak wildfires killing many people, he was taught a heavy duty lesson in why stop pouring Ayahuasca means stop pouring Ayahuasca.

    He thought he did not have to stop and could do what he liked, God taught him a lesson and sent fires to burn down all the centres in Santo Daime in Portugal. The Directors were warned of the dangers, their friends threatened to murder a Shaman that foresaw the fires, weeks later, many of their friends centres were burned to the ground.

    When they were told mockery would not help their cause, representatives of the Santo Daime Church told the Shaman to get a change of pants ready, or a house visit would be arranged, that could include violence and murder.

    He tried to lie but witnesses rebutted his lies, debunking his position a Court witness was a sick liar, he had to close down the Eternal Heart Centre and take down websites claiming persecution and poor-me victim-hood.

    That was in the same year Santo Daime people made fun of the Shamans, threatened to murder witnesses to Court and did some nasty tea works with Santo Daime invoking deadly fires in which 114 people lost their lives.

    Adrian Freedman and his friends thought mocking the Shaman as a homosexual pedophile or a sick, mentally deranged arsonist was funny, but when many of his friends centres burned down in freak wildfires killing many people, he was taught a heavy duty lesson in why stop pouring Ayahuasca means stop pouring Ayahuasca.

    He thought he did not have to stop and could do what he liked, God taught him a lesson and sent fires to burn down all the centres in Santo Daime in Portugal. The Directors were warned of the dangers, their friends threatened to murder a Shaman that foresaw the fires, weeks later, many of their friends centres were burned to the ground.

    When they were told mockery would not help their cause, representatives of the Santo Daime Church told the Shaman to get a change of pants ready, or a house visit would be arranged, that could include violence and murder.

    The Eternal Heart Centre in the United Kingdom lasted just 8 years before it was forced to close. Adrian Freedman and his people had to take down many websites for Ayahuasca retreats, forcing them out of business, taking down blogs claiming unfair persecution, pushing back their movement by many decades.

    He had to take down webinars where he portrayed himself as a victim to State sponsored persecution and face the truth of his decisions to deal in drugs whilst sticking his fingers up at the Courts.

    The Ceu do Cruzeiro de Luz Santo Daime Church had to take down their website.

    Not only that there are 185 police reports in the hands of the Dutch Prosecutors with a mission to criminalize Ayahuasca once and for all in the Netherlands, each report contains damning evidence against the plant medicine community, ringing the death knell for freedom for Santo Daime.

    The Directors of the Santo Daime Church were served with formal cease and desist letters prohibiting witness harassment, the response from their representatives was that the Plaintiff would be murdered, should grow up, would be sent to hospital, finished off, or smeared as a sick and mentally deranged peodophile.

    When Adrian Freedman was told to stop pouring Ayahuasca after the Shaman wrote to the police explaining he saw visions of charcoalled bodies in the ruins of a fire in July 2017, representatives of their organization told a witness to police investigations to have a change of trousers ready, or expect violence, or being smeared as a sick, mentally deranged peodophile.

    The Santo Daime Church can arrange for people to impersonate private investigators for which Adrian Freedman later had to apologize for. He had to apologize for his people threatening to put people in wheelchairs in the name of Santo Daime.

    The Santo Daime people on a mission to be famous in Portugal for Ayahuasca, decided to pick on a Shaman, poking fun and laughing at him, making peurile jokes and claiming he was making prophecies of fire to make fear, but then the fires came and destroyed their homes and retreat centres, and the retreat centres of their friends.

    Friends of Adrian Freedman spouted hatred at the Guru and said he was a (censor) and (censor) and a (censor), others said he would be sent to hospital, put in a wheelchair or be murdered. Many centres were destroyed and all hell appeared to break loose, it was bad for the Santo Daime, fire after fire came and burned down centres in the Santo Daime as he foresaw.

    They said he was making prophecies to make fear, but eighteen centres were burned down in inexplicable, unusual and freak fire events that bore the hallmark of Acts of God.

    Each time they threatened to murder him or said something nasty about the Shaman he saw in visions fires burning their houses and retreat centres down.

    They decided to pick on the Shaman, poking fun and laughing at him, threatening to murder him, making peurile jokes and claiming he was making prophecies of fire to make fear, but then the fires came and destroyed their homes and retreat centres in what became known as The Santo Daime Catastrophe.

    The Ceu do Cruzeiro de Luz Daime group had to take off their website after being exposed for nasty behaviour including mocking people as homosexual peodophiles.

    Eighteen centres involved in Santo Daime were damaged or destroyed in prophecized firestorms, laying waste to an intended power base of Ayahuasca in Portugal, some were started with the blessing of Adrian Freedman.

    and

    The Dutch Courts in 2018 ruled against Santo Daime, saying no, in a landmark ruling reversing a 20 year trend of tolerance.

    and

    The United Kingdom High Court of Justice in 2017 said no to Santo Daime, ruling it a dangerous Class A drug.

    and

    Adrian Freedman was served with Particulars of Claim for criminal harassment, a cease and desist order prohibiting further incitement of violence or mockery, as well as prohibiting circulation of private data and was told never to return to Portugal

    and

    Regardless of the sentiments of Adrian Freedman, forced to apologize, a Criminal Court and the police came down heavily on the offenders involved in drug dealing and vicious nasties.

    An indigenous shaman in Portugal condemned the Santo Daime in the strongest terms, explaining there was no place for drunkards or drug trafficking in work with the sacred plants.

    Suffice to say, the fires that came again and again, were the Acts from God, finishing off the mockers and giving them the karmic lessons that come from criminal hubris.

    They did not believe in curses, but the evidence shows the prophecies of fires, the warnings of curses and the effects of the fires, as well as pre-dated prophecies of fire, they were warned to stop.

    In what seems like a X Files case, the fires only went to the places involved in being nasty to the Shaman. They all decided to poke fun and laughing at him, making peurile jokes and claiming he was making prophecies of fire to make fear, but then the fires came and destroyed their homes and retreat centres.

    Suffice to say, the fires that came again and again, were the Acts from God, finishing off the mockers and giving them the karmic lessons that come from criminal hubris.

    Adrian Freedman's work with Santo Daime is CLOSED.

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