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OKLEVUEHA - JOY M. GRAVES: Sacramental Cannabis and Medical Marijuana Activist

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Joy Maxine Graves, published author, cannabis reporter and photographer is best known for her involvement as a Cannabis Freedom Fighting Activist. Joy has shown herself to be quite the trooper when it comes to fighting for as well as defending Truth, Justice & Honor, for protecting the "weaker guy", and for standing her ground when faced with nothing but hate and diversity.

As the #2 most beloved personal "Jack's Girl" to the Emperor of Hemp himself (Jack Herer, RIP) for more than 13 years, which is how Salem-News.com encountered her by the way, we soon-after couldn't help but to noticed her flare for photography as well as her knack with people, and she has become a valuable part of the Salem-News team.

Soldiers Of JAH Reverend Joy Graves was born in west Los Angeles county, California in July of 1973. Her father, Raymond W. Graves Jr., forever her biggest influence, teacher, role model and Stregnth of her life.

Her father began having her taught by various Native American tribes when she was age 4, her "organized religious" teachings began when she was age 6 and ranged in the vast variety of Christian based faiths.

At age 13 Reverend Graves again turned her interests toward the studies of "alternate religions & faiths" according to Christian standard, and at age 16 she began studying Shamanism, Wicca  and phrophecies studies.

By age 20 she began studying in the Dead Sea scrolls and the additional "Canonized" texts. At age 25 she found herself under the wing of Jack Herer, known and renoun Cannabis activist and freedom fighter as well as direct descendant from the Hebrew lines of Leviticus, whom began teaching her both of cannabis as well as the "True Manna" substances, and, the correct ways to practition sacramental communion.  

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