Ancient cultures knew about the pineal gland and its importance thousands of years ago. Today, little is talked about the Pineal Gland and why ancient cultures believed it was so important.
The Pineal Gland, aka the third eye, is a small cone-shaped part in our brain that is responsible for producing serotonin derivative melatonin which directly deals with our hormones which in turn modulate sleep, wake patterns, and our seasonal functions.
Located near the central part of our brain, the pineal gland occupies a small area between our two hemispheres.
Thousands of years ago, cultures like the ancient Egyptians knew that the pineal gland was of great importance to humans.
Today, little information is shared about the pineal gland which according to many researchers can help humanity achieve its full potential.
It is considered by many as a portal that connects the physical and spiritual world in humans.
When activated, the pineal gland offers a sensation of euphoria, and oneness that fills the mind, providing a sense of knowledge and enlightenment.
It is said that humans can activate the functionality of the pineal gland through yoga, meditation, and other methods.
The pineal gland is considered as a way of traveling between dimensions, referred by many as astral projection or remote viewing.
Interestingly, remote viewing has been researched by the government.
In fact, Stanford Scientists observed a Man ‘Travel Outside his Body’ & into Space. He was able to accurately view and describe a ring around Jupiter, a ring that scientists had no idea even existed until the Pioneer 10 spacecraft flew past Jupiter.
All of this was said to be achieved via the Pineal Gland.
However, not only were Stanford Scientists and the US government working on projects related to the Pineal Gland, the former Soviet Union, and numerous shadow organizations have been studying the effects for decades.
The information, results and potential benefits related to the Pineal Gland are said to have been locked away from society.
Interestingly, the ancients knew about the power of the pineal gland and through a number of ancient methods and practices –which have been lost for centuries— ancient man was able to control thoughts and actions of other people in the physical world.
But why are we not able to use the full potential of the Pineal Gland today?
An interesting question that deserves a rather simple answer. It is believed that the full potential of the pineal gland is locked due to the amount of SODIUM FLOURIDE people ingest each day.
The Pineal Gland is believed to absorb most of the sodium fluoride that enters our body.
It is believed that this causes the Pineal Gland to work with less ‘juice’ creating an unbalance between hormonal processes in our body.
Interestingly further study related to the Pineal Gland takes us to Rick Strassman, M. D. who firmly believes DMT is highly connected to the pineal gland.
Rick Strassman MD performed the first new human studies with psychedelic drugs in the US in over 20 years.
His research involved the powerful naturally-occurring compound, DMT – N,N-dimethyltryptamine. Led to this substance through his earlier study of the pineal gland as a potential biological locus for spiritual experiences, he administered several hundred doses of DMT to approximately 60 volunteers between 1990 and 1995. He wrote about this research in the popular book, DMT: The Spirit Molecule, which has sold over 100,000 copies, has been translated into 12 languages, and is now available as an audio-book.
It also inspired an independent documentary by the same name, picked up by Warner Bros distributing in Fall, 2011. With three distinguished collaborators, he co-authored Inner Paths to Outer Space, which looks more carefully at the common “other worlds” experience that volunteers frequently reported during his research.
“I was drawn to DMT because of its presence in all of our bodies. I believed the source of this DMT was the mysterious pineal gland, a tiny organ situated in the center of our brains. Modern medicine knows little about this gland’s role, but it has a rich metaphysical history. Descartes, for example, believed the pineal was the ‘seat of the soul’ and both Western and Eastern mystical traditions place our highest spiritual center within its confines.” (Source)