27 May 2017

Pineal Gland: The God Organ ~ somethgblue ~ 30 April 2017

We can never have too many articles about the Pineal Gland :)  This was posted in Wisdom From The Elders.

In this article, the author (Daniel Williams) writes about "otoconia" ~ this is the first time I've heard this word. He explains that these crystals can tune into radio stations without electricity, and I'm wondering if they are connected with picking up the high-pitched frequencies (higher energies/information) we've been hearing for a long time now.

Source: Exemplore

The Third Eye

What is the pineal gland and how does it work? Although many of us have heard of this organ located near the brain, not much is known about its function. In Pineal Gland the God Organ we will discuss the purpose for this organ, what is known and how humans use it.

Known as the organ that anchors the soul to the body, this pea sized organ is shaped much like a pine cone and yet is not part of the brain as is most often thought but entirely separate from it. It is not protected by the blood-brain barrier and has proteins in it that are associated with photo transduction or light sensing.

The pineal gland synthesizes and secretes melatonin and serotonin. Melatonin is a chemical that tells us when to go to sleep at night and when to get up in the morning. Light decreases the production of melatonin and darkness increases it, so the pineal gland acts as a internal timepiece.

On a personal note I never use an alarm clock, even if I don't know exactly what time it is if I tell myself to get up at a certain time I will always awake at that time. To me without a doubt the Pineal Gland is the God Organ.

There are many similarities between the retina and the pineal gland, both are sensitive to light and are affected by it. Many sub-mammalian species detect light using their pineal gland such as lizards, frogs and birds

In a paper published in the peer-reviewed science journal Neurochemical Research, R.N. Looley writes;
"As the mechanism of phototransduction in photoreceptor cells have become more clear, it has equally become apparent that pinealocytes ( pineal gland cells ) have . . . a selective group of retinal proteins that are involved
in the phototransduction cascade."

Although no one has yet proved that the pineal gland is transmitting photo sensitive information to the brain, it does seem very likely. The Pineal Gland the God Organ remains a mystery to many researchers and yet the ancients knew a great deal about this subject.

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