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Strain: The Maji
Breeder: Boneyard Seeds
Location: indoor, outdoor
Type: mostly sativa
Flowering: ~63 days
No feminized seeds.

Boneyard Seeds Norcal - The Maji

The 3 kings mom is a cross of SFV OG x Sour D x headband, she never disappoints and is the reason I used her to make this cross. The Maji needs 60-66 days to finish. Look for the stretchiest phenos to lean more to The 3 kings side. But the shorter girls will be great for super cropping or sea of green.
The story behind the name THE MAJI:

I have reasons why I name them what I do.

They are called "Maji" from the Latinized form of the Greek word magoi, transliterated from the Persian, for a select sect of priests. (Our word "magic" comes from the same root.)
As the years passed, the traditions became increasingly embellished. By the 3rd century they were viewed as kings. By the 6th century they had names: Bithisarea, Melichior, and Gathaspa. Some even associated them with Shem, Ham and Japheth--the three sons of Noah--and thus with Asia, Africa, and Europe. A 141h century Armenian tradition identifies them as Balthasar, King of Arabia; Melchior, King of Persia; and Gasper, King of India.
(Relics attributed to them emerged in the 4th century and were transferred from Constantinople to Milan in the 5th century, and then to Cologne in 1162 where they remain enshrined.)
These are interesting traditions, but what do we really know about them?

Rembrandt: The Adoration of the Maji
The Priesthood of the Medes

.The ancient Maji were a hereditary priesthood of the Medes (known today as the Kurds) credited with profound and extraordinary religious knowledge. After some Magi, who had been attached to the Median court, proved to be expert in the interpretation of dreams, Darius the Great established them over the state religion of Persia. (2) (Contrary to popular belief, the Maji were not originally followers of Zoroaster. (3) That all came later.)
It was in this dual capacity, whereby civil and political counsel was invested with religious authority, that the Maji became the supreme priestly caste of the Persian empire and continued to be prominent during the subsequent Seleucid, Parthian, and Sasanian periods.

As an ordained Priest this cross has a special place in my spirit. It was the first strain I blessed to give a positive vibe to every garden. I hope she gives as much joy to your garden as she does mine.

Strain Lineage / Genealogy

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