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Pineal Gland: Portal of Higher Dimensions


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by Dr. Terry Willard

One of the most won­drous parts of our phys­i­cal body is the Pineal Gland. It is also called the epi­ph­ysis cere­bri, epi­ph­ysis, conar­ium or the “Third Eye.” It is a small endocrine gland in the ver­te­brate brain. It pro­duces sero­tonin and mela­tonin, hor­mones that affect mood and mod­u­late our wake/sleep pat­terns and sea­sonal func­tions. Its shape resem­bles a tiny pine-cone (hence its name in Latin, pinea, which means “pinecone”), and it is located near the cen­ter of the brain, between the two hemi­spheres, tucked in a groove where the two rounded thal­a­mic bod­ies join.

Even though this gland is hid­den deep inside the brain and is only the size of a pea, it has been an almost fanat­i­cal obses­sion of mas­ters, mys­tery schools and reli­gions through­out the ages. Rene Descartes, the famous philoso­pher ded­i­cated much of his life to study­ing the pineal gland, stat­ing it is the “prin­ci­pal seat of the soul”. He believed it is the con­nec­tion between the phys­i­cal body and the mind/soul. We also see it play­ing promi­nent in the writ­ings of Pythago­ras, Plato, and Iamblichus, as well as in Egypt­ian, Tibetan and Roman Catholic Church. It is even men­tioned by the Found­ing Fathers of the USA.


One of the cen­tral fig­ures in Egypt­ian mys­tery school myths is the Eye of Horus. Many feel the eye of Horus is really the third eye, or the pineal gland. There does seem to be a lot of sim­i­lar­i­ties, at least from an anatom­i­cal point of view.


The Egypt­ian con­nec­tion does not stop there, by any means — in fact some feel the great pyra­mid of Giza was not only built to stim­u­late Pineal activ­ity, it was built with the ini­ti­a­tion cham­ber in the shape/ loca­tion of the pineal gland.


In ear­lier blogs we have talked about the law of sim­i­lar­i­ties, frac­tal rela­tion­ships or mor­phic res­o­nance. When we have things with such a great degree of sim­i­lar­ity of shape, they can com­mu­ni­cate (vibrate) with each other with ease. This pyramid/ third eye con­nec­tion was not lost on the Found­ing Fathers of the U.S.A., who were mostly Free Masons; they used it as part of the country’s seal, which can be seen on the back of the Amer­i­can dol­lar bill to this day.


Many of the mys­tery schools often coded the infor­ma­tion in the form of a pine cone. We can see this promi­nently in the Vat­i­can as one of the largest stat­ues to nature. It also retains a dom­i­nant role on the staff of the Pope. The entwined snakes on Osiris’ staff are rem­i­nis­cent of the kun­dalini forces entwin­ing up the spinal cord to end in the pineal gland.




The Pineal Gland devel­ops in the human fetus around 21 days, respond­ing to light and dark­ness. Even though it is hid­den deep inside the brain, it has pho­tore­cep­tor cells that bear a strong resem­blance to the reti­nal cells of the eyes. In some species, like lam­prey (jaw­less, blood suck­ing eel-like fish) and tuatara (rep­tile), the pineal gland has access to the sur­face of the skin (a fora­men open­ing) and acts as a third eye with pho­tore­cep­tion, hav­ing cornea, lens and retina. In Humans, the pineal gland helps set up the cir­ca­dian rhythms. Mela­tonin is stim­u­lated by dark­ness and inhib­ited by light. Why would we have an organ buried deep inside our brain that responds to light?

Recent sci­en­tific research has shown there are sub­stan­tial, bio­log­i­cal sim­i­lar­i­ties between the retina and the pineal gland. Piezo­elec­tric micro­crys­tals may be trans­mit­ting pho­tons that can be picked up by the retina-like tis­sue in the pineal gland—where they are then sent to the brain and descram­bled into visual images. This may be respon­si­ble for what we call the “mind’s eye”—such as when we sud­denly see a men­tal image of our friend right before he or she calls us. DNA itself seems to accu­mu­late light and in the process trans­mit light to other cells as a form of com­mu­ni­ca­tion. Can we watch this process in our mind’s eye? Clearly, more research is nec­es­sary to fully under­stand how the Pineal Gland actu­ally works, but we already have some intrigu­ing research available.

Even though the pineal gland is geo­graph­i­cally in the cen­ter of the brain, it does not sep­a­rate itself from the rest of the body with the Blood Brain Bar­rier (BBB), which the rest of the brain main­tains. The inter­nal por­tion of the pineal gland con­tains extremely coher­ent water, with small crys­tals that respond to piezo­elec­tric fre­quen­cies. In fact, this water is so pure and coher­ent, it is hard to find this purity any­where else in nature accept the micro­tubules in the cell. Rudolf Steiner, a well-known scholar of the eso­teric mys­tery schools, argued that the leg­end of the Holy Grail—a chal­ice filled with the “waters of life” or “elixir of immortality”—is yet another sym­bolic ref­er­ence to the pineal gland. A recent Steiner com­pi­la­tion enti­tled The Mys­ter­ies of the Holy Grail estab­lishes detailed con­nec­tions between the Grail leg­ends and the pineal gland. The [Holy] Grail is also located within each of us, in the cas­tle of the skull, and can nour­ish our sub­tlest per­cep­tions in a way that dis­pels all but the most refined mate­r­ial influence.


This response to light has not gone unno­ticed by researchers of psy­che­delic hal­lu­ci­na­tions. Dr. Rick Strass­man, while con­duct­ing research on the psy­che­delic dimethyl­trypt­a­mine (DMT) at the Uni­ver­sity of New Mex­ico, advanced the con­tro­ver­sial hypoth­e­sis that a mas­sive release of DMT from the pineal gland prior to death or near death was the cause of the near death expe­ri­ence (NDE) phe­nom­e­non. Sev­eral of his test sub­jects reported NDE-like audio or visual hal­lu­ci­na­tions. His expla­na­tion for this was the pos­si­ble lack of panic involved in the clin­i­cal set­ting and pos­si­ble dosage dif­fer­ences between those admin­is­tered and those encoun­tered in actual NDE cases. Sev­eral sub­jects also reported con­tact with ‘other beings’, alien-like, insec­toid or rep­til­ian in nature, in highly advanced tech­no­log­i­cal envi­ron­ments where the sub­jects were ‘car­ried,’ ‘probed,’ ‘tested,’ ‘manip­u­lated,’ ‘dis­mem­bered,’ ‘taught,’ ‘loved,’ and even ‘raped’ by these ‘beings’. Bas­ing his rea­son­ing on his belief that all the enzy­matic mate­r­ial needed to pro­duce DMT is found in the pineal gland, and more­over in sub­stan­tially greater con­cen­tra­tions than in any other part of the body, Strass­man has spec­u­lated that DMT is made in the pineal gland. Cur­rently there is no pub­lished reli­able sci­en­tific evi­dence sup­port­ing this hypoth­e­sis and as such, it is merely a hypoth­e­sis. DMT and chem­i­cally sim­i­lar sub­stances have been found in many of the botan­i­cals that are used by Shamans around the world to induce euphoric states for them to com­mu­ni­cate with the spirit world.

The mood alter­ing sub­stance sero­tonin, which is in the same chem­i­cal fam­ily of indols as mela­tonin and DMT, is man­u­fac­tured in many parts of the body, espe­cially the brain. Nicholas Gia­rmin, a pro­fes­sor of phar­ma­col­ogy, and Daniel Freed­man, a pro­fes­sor of psy­chi­a­try, con­firmed that the human brain man­u­fac­tures sero­tonin at var­i­ous sites in the brain. For exam­ple, in the Thal­a­mus, they dis­cov­ered 61 nanograms of sero­tonin per gram of tis­sue; in the Hip­pocam­pus, 56 ng.; in the Cen­tral Gray Sec­tion of the Mid­brain, they found 482 ng. But in the Pineal Gland, they found 3140 ng. of sero­tonin per gram of tis­sue. The Pineal Gland was unmis­tak­ably the rich­est site of sero­tonin in the brain. This dis­cov­ery impli­cates the Pineal Gland as an impor­tant site of sero­ton­er­gic [serotonin-forming] activ­ity. This strongly sug­gests pineal gland func­tion can affect mood. On the other hand, there may be some cor­re­la­tion between pineal gland health and autoim­mune issues such as MS.

Clearly, MS is asso­ci­ated with pineal cal­ci­fi­ca­tion. For exam­ple, one study showed 100 per­cent of indi­vid­u­als with MS who were con­sec­u­tively admit­ted to a hos­pi­tal had pineal cal­ci­fi­ca­tion com­pared to only 43 per­cent for similar-aged con­trols with other neu­ro­log­i­cal dis­or­ders. In addi­tion, groups who have a low MS inci­dence (e.g., African Amer­i­cans, Japan­ese) also have less pineal cal­ci­fi­ca­tion. Flu­o­ride may affect the enzy­matic con­ver­sion of tryp­to­phan to mela­tonin. Flu­o­ride may also affect the syn­the­sis of mela­tonin pre­cur­sors (e.g., sero­tonin), or other pineal prod­ucts (e.g., 5-methoxytryptamine). The human pineal gland con­tains the high­est con­cen­tra­tion of flu­o­ride in the body. Whether or not flu­o­ride inter­feres with pineal func­tion in humans requires fur­ther investigation.

When you start adding all of this up, where mys­tery schools, philoso­phers, major reli­gions, and shamans all point toward the pineal gland being impor­tant for spir­i­tual awak­ing, we can eas­ily see a pat­tern. When you real­ize that mod­ern health issues like mood dis­or­ders, depres­sion and anx­i­ety, as well as autoim­mune issues like MS also point toward the small pineal gland, it trig­gers ones curiosity.

Pineal Gland – Connection to Spirit and Activation

As men­tioned in ear­lier Blogs, the pineal gland has many inter­est­ing and curi­ous con­nec­tions to spirit. Often called the ‘Third Eye’ this small endocrine gland, buried deep in the cen­ter of the brain, has become the focus of many mas­ters and shamans of the past. It has been claimed to be the ‘prin­ci­ple seat of the soul’, play­ing a promi­nent role in the mythol­ogy of the Egyp­tians, Tibet Bud­dhists, Roman Catholic Church, philoso­phers, sci­en­tists and even the found­ing fathers of the U.S.A. Some say it is the Holy Grail. The pineal gland has light recep­tors (sim­i­lar to our eyes) cre­at­ing insight into our ‘mind’s eye.’ It appears to have a con­nec­tion to dreams, hal­lu­ci­na­tions, near death expe­ri­ences, abduc­tions and even visions. But what is its con­nec­tion to spirit or other dimensions?


Being sim­i­lar to a pinecone in shape (thus its name), the pineal gland is con­structed in a three dimen­sional Fibonac­cian spi­ral (that is close to a Golden Mean spi­ral). This shape in sacred geom­e­try is con­sid­ered a por­tal sys­tem onto itself, help­ing a per­son tran­scend dimen­sions in many mys­tery schools. A prime exam­ple of this is the mys­ti­cal group called the Sufi. They do a spi­ral dance to get close to God and the heav­ens. Inside the pineal gland not only do we find the man­u­fac­tur­ing of sev­eral ‘mind alter­ing’ hor­mones such as mela­tonin, sero­tonin and pos­si­bly the psy­che­delic dimethyl­trypt­a­mine (DMT), we find extremely coher­ent water with piezo­elec­tric crys­tals. This extremely coher­ent water, encased in a sacred geom­e­try cham­ber, has deep inter­est to us. The piezo­elec­tric qual­ity of this cham­ber is a great can­di­date for an event hori­zon to project us into other dimen­sions. This could be a con­nec­tion to many things includ­ing: dreams, astral pro­jec­tion, remote view­ing, visions and even the con­nec­tion to higher self, the soul/spirit worlds. Some author­i­ties have gone as far as call­ing it a Star Gate.


It cer­tainly has the mythos of sev­eral reli­gions, but now it appears the sci­ence and anatomy con­fir­ma­tion of this is being teased out of the lit­er­a­ture. As we have men­tioned in other blogs, coher­ence is a very sig­nif­i­cant trans­fer sys­tem of infor­ma­tion. Coher­ence is a great stor­age sys­tem, like com­puter chips, hard dri­ves or even the Mayan Crys­tal skulls. Psy­chics, seers and vision­ar­ies in many cul­tures through­out time have used it.

This coher­ent water in the pineal gland might be the mas­ter event hori­zon, but there are other places in the body that have coher­ent water. Dr. Stu­art Hameroff, Pro­fes­sor of Anes­the­si­ol­ogy at the Uni­ver­sity of Ari­zona, has put for­ward a the­ory. He believes the micro­tubules which are part of the cytoskele­ton of cells, can — at least in brain neu­rons — be the con­nec­tion between the body and con­scious­ness. Many feel micro­tubules through­out the body also have this con­nec­tion. It appears this coher­ence of water ‘com­mu­ni­cates’ at the quan­tum level to the quan­tum field. In other blogs we have looked at this quan­tum field, (or Divine matrix, Noos­phere, Source Field and many other names). At the core of these micro­tubules in the cel­lar matrix are cen­tri­oles, which con­trol mitotic cell division.



Many researchers have con­tem­plated these micro­tubules as part of a por­tal sys­tem. Most specif­i­cally Dr. Carl Calle­man in The Pur­pose­ful Uni­verse, put for­ward a the­sis that not only are cen­tri­oles an impor­tant part of this frac­tal rela­tion­ship and por­tal sys­tem, they are con­tem­plated heav­ily in ancient Mayan Myths. He points out that the cen­tri­oles are one of the few places in the body that both cir­cles (non-linear) and straight lines (lin­ear) come together. The two cen­tri­oles are a 90o to each other, this being sig­nif­i­cant from both sacred geom­e­try and eso­teric lore. This fig­ure shows up as a “T”, a very impor­tant sym­bol to the Maya, as it is how man came into the earth plane. This con­nec­tion can also be seen in at least one Renais­sance paint­ing of the Christ Child. The end of a micro­tubule has 13 amino acids, which Dr. Calle­man says rep­re­sent the sacred 7 days and 6 nights of the impor­tant Mayan week. He goes on fur­ther to state that, the num­ber of dif­fer­ent amino acids being 20, which com­pletes the cal­cu­la­tion of the sacred Tzolkin Cal­en­dar of (13 x 20 =) 260 days. Embed­ded inside the arrange­ment of the amino acids can also be found the Flower of Life and the Seed of Life, so impor­tant to sacred geom­e­try and the teach­ings of Drun­valo Melchizedek. Dr. Calle­man goes on to show how the spi­ral shape of DNA has a frac­tal and Halo­graphic rela­tion­ship with atoms, all the way up to the Uni­verse. A Halo is the orga­ni­za­tion of the Uni­verse, with this show­ing up as a spin, cre­at­ing a Tree of Life rela­tion­ship. Of course there has to be coher­ence for all of these parts (Halos) to com­mu­ni­cate. The Pineal Gland spi­ral pine cone shape makes it the mas­ter event horizon.





Some have gone on to sug­gest that this might be the core of tele­por­ta­tion tech­nol­ogy in the future. Beam me up, Scotty.

The sum of under­ly­ing evi­dence points to a strong rea­son for why peo­ple who are inter­ested in spir­i­tual devel­op­ment, lucid dreams, or deeper under­stand­ing of the con­nec­tion to higher self/spirit, may want to acti­vate the pineal gland. This is not a new phe­nom­e­non. Mys­tery schools from the Free Masons to the Egyp­tians, Shamans and Tibetans and var­i­ous eso­teric groups, such as the Druids, have found rit­u­als and tech­niques to stim­u­late the Third Eye, or pineal gland.

Just as the pineal gland appears 21 days after con­cep­tion, many feel the process of awak­ing the pineal gland should take a min­i­mum of 21 days. One of the tech­niques I have found very use­ful is Alexan­dra Luppold’s Dol­phin Sun Acti­va­tion Work­shop, which takes a lit­tle over 21 days. This process goes through a per­sonal clear­ing, fol­lowed by 21 days of guided meditations.

There are many other tech­niques that have been used, includ­ing Tom Keyon’s Pineal Dimen­sional Attune­ment, given to him from the Hathors. There is an inter­est­ing and very eco­nom­i­cal down­load­able book, Pineal Gland and Third Eye: How to Develop “Con­scious Self” Psy­chic Abil­i­ties [Kin­dle Edi­tion], by Dr. Jill Ammon-Wexler. It goes through 15 ways to acti­vate the pineal gland. I still feel the 21-day guided med­i­ta­tion tech­nique is the best, but there are many ways to enhance this process.


In some cul­tures, it has tra­di­tion­ally been con­sid­ered that a per­son is not even ready for mar­riage until their third eye is open. This is to say, they are going into this new rela­tion­ship with their eyes wide open. An arti­fact of this prac­tice can be seen in mod­ern day India cul­ture, where a woman will often wear a bindi (a dot or sticker) on her fore­head to cover the third eye area. You will also see both males and females in sev­eral cul­tures paint­ing over their third eye as part of sacred ceremonies.

Pineal Gland – What’s going Wrong and How to Fix It.



We looked at some of the many con­nec­tions for this small gland and spir­i­tual devel­op­ment. From being called the ‘prin­ci­ple seat of the soul’ to the ‘Third Eye’, we saw how many mys­tery schools, reli­gions, cults, philoso­pher and even politi­cians have viewed this hid­den gland with rev­er­ence and even ah. Some have gone as far as call­ing it a star gate to other dimensions.

It appears that coher­ence of the crys­tals and water inside the pineal gland, as well as other places in the body, plays a large role in it func­tion as a por­tal sys­tem to lucid dream­ing, psy­chic events, vision and pos­si­ble spir­i­tual evolution.

This bring up a few questions
  1. What, if any­thing is hold­ing us back from this coherence?
  2. How can we acti­vate this coherence?
Hold­ing us Back

There are many things that might keep us from Pineal Gland coher­ence. Here are three.
  1. Gen­eral over all poor health.
  2. Lack of (or too much) focus in ones life.
  3. Cal­ci­fi­ca­tion of the pineal Gland.
Gen­eral Health

The Pineal Gland is almost like the bub­ble in a level. If life (phys­i­cal, emo­tional, men­tal or spir­i­tual) is out of level, the bub­ble is not in the mid­dle and there­fore coher­ence can­not hap­pen. To have the Pineal Gland bal­anced and coher­ent, one has to have their life in order. This is not to say that some­times a per­son will not have a vision when in poor health, as this some­times hap­pens. These inci­dences are not sus­tained coherence.

Focus

Inter­est­ingly, lack of and too much focus seem to cause the same prob­lem with the Pineal Gland. Again, it is all about bal­ance. As sug­gested in ear­lier blogs, too much focus can cause health issues like Mul­ti­ple Scle­ro­sis (MS), also most often hav­ing cal­ci­fi­ca­tion of the Pineal Gland. Coher­ence can­not hap­pen unless a direc­tion of focus is main­tained, but not too fanat­i­cally focused on. So the les­son here is almost a soft fuzzy focus in the direc­tion of the intended coher­ence. It is sim­i­lar to why a per­son has a hard time see­ing an aura if they look too hard at a per­son; only per­ceiv­ing them when they kind of get a fuzzy focus (out of the ‘side of their eyes’) look at a per­son. Coher­ence comes with just the right amount of focus, not too much, nor too direct, but just right. It is a feel­ing, a state of mind, or field, more than pure hard work. It is some­thing that comes with prac­tice — a Zone. Med­i­ta­tion is one of the best things to aid in obtain­ing that zone of feel­ing. Two other ways to lighten up ‘too much focus’ are laugh­ter and hug­ging. Laugh­ter is still one of the best med­i­cines of all, as it cre­ates that soft fuzzy feel­ing around every­thing. Hug­ging can give us strong surges of oxy­tocin, which bonds us and make us feel good all over. It relaxes the stiff­ness in a per­son, break­ing down strong bound­aries or even bar­ri­ers. Of course this is another area ripe for Flower Essence.


Cal­ci­fi­ca­tion of the Pineal Gland

This one of the biggest areas to affects pineal gland func­tion. Let look at some of the causes of cal­ci­fi­ca­tion of the Pineal Gland. There are sev­eral so we will just look at some of the most com­mon ones:
  1. Aging
  2. Flu­o­ride
  3. Alu­minum oxide
  4. Inflam­ma­tion
Aging

Even though, it appears that cal­ci­fi­ca­tion of the pineal Gland is a nat­ural process of aging. Many are start­ing to ques­tion this. There are many younger peo­ple that have more cal­ci­fi­ca­tion then older peo­ple in recent years. Again med­i­ta­tion, yoga, Tai chi, Qi Gong, will aid in keep­ing this area flex­i­ble. Visu­al­iza­tion, vision seek­ing, lucid dreams, guided med­i­ta­tion all will help this area. Remem­ber in the last Blog we showed how guided med­i­ta­tion could help acti­vate the Pineal Gland.

Flu­o­ride

There has been lots of research released since Dr. Jen­nifer Luke from the Uni­ver­sity of Sur­rey in Eng­land in 1997 found that flu­o­ride could cause cal­ci­fi­ca­tion of the Pineal gland. Ani­mals treated with flu­o­ride not only had lower lev­els of mela­tonin as expected, but female ani­mals expe­ri­enced an early onset of puberty. Due to the inter­fer­ence of mela­tonin pro­duc­tion in the ani­mals in response to the flu­o­ride treat­ment, the hor­monal trig­gers that are respon­si­ble for puberty were dis­turbed. This is some­thing we are see­ing quite com­monly in North Amer­ica young girls these days.

Dr. Luke sum­ma­rized the findings:
“In con­clu­sion, the human pineal gland con­tains the high­est con­cen­tra­tion of flu­o­ride in the body. Flu­o­ride is asso­ci­ated with depressed pineal mela­tonin syn­the­sis by pre­pu­ber­tal ger­bils and an accel­er­ated onset of sex­ual mat­u­ra­tion in the female ger­bil. The results strengthen the hypoth­e­sis that the pineal has a role in the tim­ing of the onset of puberty.”
It is amaz­ing that the med­ical (and den­tal) com­mu­ni­ties are so resis­tant to con­nect­ing the increase of cog­ni­tive decline in adults (Alzheimer’s and var­i­ous dementia’s), and behav­ioral issues in chil­dren (ADD, ADHD, depres­sion and learn­ing dis­abil­i­ties of all kinds) with cal­ci­fi­ca­tion of the Pineal Gland and flu­o­ri­da­tion. There have been over 23 human stud­ies and 100 ani­mal stud­ies link­ing flu­o­ride to brain dam­age. It is not new infor­ma­tion, as some of the first papers were writ­ten in the Jour­nal of the Amer­i­can Med­ical Asso­ci­a­tion in Sep­tem­ber of 1943.


Still a very high per­cent­age of North Amer­i­can drink flu­o­ri­dated water and get flu­o­ride treat­ment to strengthen their teeth. Many feel that the whole flu­o­ri­da­tion process was a con, to get rid of large amounts of waste prod­ucts from both the Alu­minum and radi­a­tion indus­tries. Be it as it may, tak­ing in Sodium Flu­o­ride seems not only to be detri­men­tal to your health, it may keep you from expe­ri­ences your higher self.

Inter­est­ingly even though Sodium Flu­o­ride seems to be a prob­lem, tak­ing Cal­cium Flu­o­ride in the form of a tis­sue salt (Home­o­path­i­cally 12x) can decrease cal­ci­fi­ca­tion of soft tis­sues, includ­ing the Pineal Gland. It is also used to make a per­son more flexible.


The flu­o­ride ques­tion goes even deeper though. One of the most com­mon drugs used for depres­sion in the past has been Prozac (Flu­ox­e­tine). It is a selec­tive sero­tonin reup­take inhibitor (SSRI), which has flu­o­ride as a major com­po­nent of it. Prozac is approved for the treat­ment of major depres­sion (includ­ing pedi­atric depres­sion), obsessive-compulsive dis­or­der (in both adult and pedi­atric pop­u­la­tions), bulimia ner­vosa, panic dis­or­der and pre­men­strual dys­phoric disorder.

Over the last sev­eral years I have had many patients tell me the same thing about Prozac. Yes they were less depressed, but they felt cut off from their spirit, their deeper self. When you hear the same thing said by many uncon­nected peo­ple over sev­eral years, it is easy to see a pat­tern. Look­ing at the mol­e­cule of Prozac, you can see the three green atoms of flu­o­ride. These seem to aid in at least block­ing this por­tal sys­tem and most likely cal­ci­fy­ing the Pineal Gland. These patients were com­ing in for some­thing that would help reduce their depres­sion, but still help them main­tain the deeper con­nec­tion with them­selves. For­tu­nately with med­i­c­i­nal mush­rooms and Flower Essences we could almost always assist them in going off the SSRI, with­out hav­ing rebound depres­sion and help them feel more con­nected again.

This of course points firmly again to the flu­o­ride block­ing the flow of energy through the Pineal Gland, as well as caus­ing calcification.

Alu­minum oxide

There is some evi­dence that Alu­minum oxide can increase cal­ci­fi­ca­tion of the Pineal Gland. There are many sources of alu­minum expo­sure includ­ing alu­minum cook­ware, anti-perspiration cos­met­ics, and some peo­ple even con­tend Chem-trails. It seems pru­dent to reduce this expo­sure as much as possible.

Inflam­ma­tion

Inflam­ma­tion in the body, espe­cially inflam­ma­tory autoim­mune issues such as Rheuma­toid Arthri­tis and Lupus appears to increase the rate of cal­ci­fi­ca­tion of soft tis­sues in the body. So one pos­si­ble way to decrease cal­ci­fi­ca­tion would be by try­ing to decrease inflam­ma­tion using sup­ple­ments. A C-reactive pro­tein blood test can mea­sure your level of inflam­ma­tion. High lev­els are con­sid­ered to be mark­ers for heart dis­ease as well as chronic autoim­mune disorders.

Sup­ple­ments that are con­sid­ered to be effec­tive against inflam­ma­tion include Devil’s Claw, Turmeric, Sting­ing Net­tle, Fish Oil, Med­i­c­i­nal Mush­room, Pro­tolithic enzymes, home­o­pathics and others.

Again it is impor­tant to real­ize that some of these autoim­mune dis­eases are the direct result of liv­ing life out of bal­ance. When ever pos­si­ble, we should try to bal­ance out life, maybe by spend­ing a bit more time in nature or a hol­i­day and med­i­ta­tion. Diet, and D-toxing can be a big equal­izer here, by elim­i­nat­ing acid form­ing foods, dairy, flour and sweets out one life for a while.

Acti­vat­ing the Coherence

We have already looked at things to avoid and a few sup­ple­ments above that might aid in this process, but what else can be done? In ear­lier blogs we dis­cussed Guided Med­i­ta­tion like Alexan­dra Luppold’s Dol­phin Sun Acti­va­tion 21 day Work­shop (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uD7BHShvlOU), and Tom Keyon’s Pineal Dimen­sional Attune­ment, given to him from the Hathors. But there are other things that seem to aid.


One of the vit­a­min sup­ple­ments that seems to aid in this process are the Folates, as in the form of Folic Acid. It is inter­est­ing that a fetus has a high need for folates dur­ing the period of devel­op­ing the neural tube and the Pineal Gland after the 21st day. It seems that the min­i­mum is 1 mg daily, but 5 – 40 mg seems even bet­ter. This is in the same dosage range we use to reduce rest­less leg syn­drome (often con­sid­ered a lack of being grounded). The best form to take the folates though is in the form of Metafolin (L-5-MTHF). Metafolin is the nat­ural form of folic acid used at the cel­lu­lar level for DNA repro­duc­tion, the cys­teine cycle and the reg­u­la­tion of homo­cys­teine among oth­ers. The body can directly uses it; instead of the 5 — 8 chem­i­cal steps that folic acid has to go through to be useful.

Con­trary to some pop­u­lar opin­ion, tak­ing Mela­tonin does not help this process; in fact it appears to reduce it, cre­at­ing a depen­dency. I am not talk­ing about the occa­sional use of mela­tonin; I am talk­ing about its use on a reg­u­lar basis. Only use it when hav­ing jet lag, or to help read­just cir­ca­dian rhythms. It still appears that reg­u­lat­ing sleep pat­terns to be closer to nat­ural cycles (not stay­ing up late under syn­thetic lights and rais­ing with the sun) is the best way to work with cir­ca­dian rhythm and to aid in your own pro­duc­tion of mela­tonin. Spend time out­side in nat­ural sun­light when pos­si­ble. In the win­ter we have employed light ther­apy in the morn­ing (20 – 30 min­utes) for sea­sonal affec­tive dis­or­der (SAD), along with Flower Essences, Saint John’s Wort and med­i­c­i­nal mushrooms.

This is not to say that mela­tonin is not impor­tant. Many peo­ple feel it is one of the more impor­tant hor­mones to have acti­vated in the 2012 – 2013 cusp time. In fact some point to the crop cir­cle found almost a year ago on July 23, 2011, at Round­hill, Will­shire, Eng­land. It appears to have the shape of the same chem­i­cal struc­ture as mela­tonin. Does this mean that there is some­one out there, want­ing us to focus on mela­tonin, or its place of man­u­fac­ture the Pineal Gland? (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjbDmx8_fLU)

Green foods, espe­cially sup­ple­ments like Chlorella can also be use­ful here. I sug­gest 1 – 4 grams daily.

In Con­clu­sion

The fol­low­ing items are things to imple­ment, or take to aid in increas­ing coher­ence and acti­va­tion of the Pineal Gland.
  1. Gen­eral over all poor health. Keep­ing in a good gen­eral state of health. Eat­ing and liv­ing in bal­ance with nature as much as possible.
  2. Lack of (or too much) focus in ones life.
    • Laugh­ter: one of human’s strongest medicines
    • Hug­ging: to release our own Oxytocin
    • Flower essence, Med­i­c­i­nal Mush­room; to bal­ance out focus and used in many of the other area of activation.
  3. Cal­ci­fi­ca­tion of the pineal Gland. Reduce with imple­ment­ing the fol­low­ing pro­to­cols when appropriate.
  4. Aging
    • Med­i­ta­tion, yoga, Tai chi, Qi Gong, will aid in keep­ing this area flexible
  5. Flu­o­ride
    • Cal­cium Flu­o­ride in the form of a tis­sue salt (Home­o­path­i­cally 12x)
    • Reduce use of flu­o­ri­nated water, or drugs that con­tain fluoride.
  6. Alu­minum oxide: reduce exposure.
  7. Inflam­ma­tion: reduce when possible.
    • Devil’s Claw, Turmeric, Sting­ing Net­tle, Fish Oil, Med­i­c­i­nal Mush­room, Pro­tolithic enzymes and others
    • Bal­anc­ing out ones life by spend­ing more time in nature, D-toxing and eat­ing better.
  8. Directed Med­i­ta­tion or other forms of Pineal Activation
  9. Folates: Metafolin (L-5-MTHF) or folic acid 1 – 40 mg daily
  10. Reduce mela­tonin and replace with the fol­low­ing when appropriate.
    • Spend­ing time in Sun­light. Read­just ones life closer to the sun cycles.
    • Saint John’s wort
    • Light ther­apy
    • Chlorella

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2 comments:

  1. [ Smiles ] I would advise people to stay away from anything that contains fluoride.

    Also, thank you for posting such an enlightening article about the pineal gland.

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