Rami Sajdi has been studying the Bedouin Shamans among the Nomadic Bedouins of South Jordan for many years. His studies of certain Shamanic/Spirit Desert Plants provided him with a deep understanding of an ancient spiritual science that had been used in rituals and medicinal practices by many ancient cultures.
Rami's ethnobotanical investigation was key in identifying the roll of some plants that has have been mentioned in the Bible, such as the Acacia tree that has been associated with The Midianites. The Acacia tree is source of dimethyltryptamine (DMT), a molecule found in nearly every living organism and considered the most potent mind altering plant substance on Earth. The ancient tradition of Arabia suggests that the goddess or deity Al- Uzza (Hebrew 'Asherah) resides in the Acacia tree.
Another important plant that was identified in the investigation was the Balsam Plant. The balsam plant white milky sap ''Liquid Myrrh'' was a main ingredient for the anointing oil that Moses was asked to prepare before the tent of the meeting. And it seems that the same plant was also associated with the popular cow-headed deity of ancient Egypt "Hathor", along with two other milk giving plants, the Fig and Sycamore. A Nomadic mother-goddess who was mistress of the shepherds and his altered state of consciousness which seems to arose at the time of animal domestication and shepherding,