The Rainbow Family of Living Light will celebrate their 50th Anniversary in the state of Colorado with thousands of family kindred from all over the world visiting and sharing the the celebration.
Anniversary Gathering …………………
Rainbow Family Hipstory …………………
Welcoming Family ……………….
The human history of Colorado extends back more than 14,000 years. The region that is today the state of Colorado was first inhabited by Native American people. The Lindenmeier Site in Larimer County, Colorado, is a Folsom culture archaeological site with artifacts dating from approximately 8710 BC.
When explorers, early trappers, hunters, and gold miners visited and settled in Colorado, the state was populated by American Indian nations. Westward expansion brought European settlers to the area and Colorado’s recorded history began with treaties and wars with Mexico and American Indian nations to gain territorial lands to support the transcontinental migration.
The state’s economy broadened from its mid-19th century roots in mining when irrigated agriculture developed, and by the late 19th century, raising livestock had become important. Early industry was based on the extraction and processing of minerals and agricultural products. Current agricultural products are cattle, wheat, marijuana, dairy products, corn and hay.
In the second half of the 20th century, the industrial and service sectors have expanded greatly. The state’s economy is diversified and is notable for its concentration of scientific research and high-technology industries. Other industries include food processing, transportation equipment, machinery, chemical products, minerals such as gold, molybdenum, and tourism. Denver is an important financial center.
Colorado Marijuana, LSD, Mushrooms
Colorado has approved the legalization of the possession of marijuana by those aged 21 and over in limited circumstances. However, possession of more than 28 grams / one ounces of marijuana – or any amount by people under 21 other than medical marijuana — is a crime in Colorado. On March 1, 2020, a new law went into effect in Colorado making possession of 4 grams or less of most Schedule 1 and 2 drugs a misdemeanor offense rather than a felony. LSD, sometimes known as acid, tab, and zen, is a hallucinogenic drug that is highly illegal in the United States. Colorado courts consider it a serious offense to be found using, in possession of, or selling LSD. In Colorado, anyone who unlawfully uses, sells, or has psilocybin mushrooms (“magic mushrooms”) in their possession is guilty of a criminal offense. Under Colorado drug laws, the penalties for psilocybin mushroom possession depends on the amount of mushrooms found and whether it was intended for personal use or sale. Drug possession is generally a misdemeanor offense; however, possession with intent to distribute is a felony.