Green Hexagon wrote:Or at least study Judiasm in their free time.
Free time on the playa? Or at home?
Reading your questions & responses it looks like you want a more insular experience than you'll find at Burning Man. Going with strong religious beliefs is fine (there are services out there in many different faiths), but I don't think you're going to find a lot of people who want to sit all day discussing the divine nature of Hashem exactly
like you want to. You'll find people who want to talk faith & belief all day and night, but theirs as well as yours. If you're open to learning the different faces of belief, and teaching yours, it could be a great time. If you only want to hear your voice....... *blech*
Open your mind to experience what others have to offer (or be willing to take a week off of your single minded pursuit of whatever it is you're seeking), or don't go. You're asking the playa to deliver up what you
want, and expectations at Burning Man are a recipe for disaster.
An aside on the Kosher drugs.
From what I understand from some Orthodox friends, they won't take any sort of gel cap unless it's in a vegetarian-safe version, as there are too many variables involved in where the gelatin came from and if it's treif (non Kosher) or not.