Wednesday, June 20, 2012
Is the Pineal Gland the Third Eye?
As I’m researching more and more about ways to induce and contribute to the necessary elements to witness a paranormal activity, I look back at my log and know that geomagnetic storms seem to be the very most promising days to hunt, but what can we personally do to perhaps amplify our ability to witness phenomenon? You can have several people in a home together and only 2 perhaps witness events. Is it that phenomenon occurs for them because they are sensitive or perhaps they have better developed abilities to discern such activity…
I studied the pineal gland because it seems to be linked to the “third eye” and associated with the spiritual and psychic abilities in human beings. It actually contains magnetite and so reacts to magnetic changes—which might explain why humans do seem to have more vivid dreams on nights of geomagnetic activity. It is much like the way birds are able to hone in on locations when migrating. We have an internal compass, of sorts!
Experiments have been done applying a magnet to the third eye location (between the eyebrows extending up to the middle of the forehead)
In “The Power of our Pineal Gland” it said, “when a correct relationship is established between the personality, operating through the pituitary, and the soul, operating through the pineal, a magnetic field is created. The pineal can generate its own magnetic field because it contains magnetite. This field can interact with the earth's magnetic field. The solar wind at dawn, charging the earth’s magnetic field, stimulates the pineal gland. This is why the period between 4 and 6 am is the best time to meditate and why sunrise is the best time to sungaze. At these times, the pineal stimulates the pituitary to secrete Human Growth Hormone. That's why alot of sungazers have reported to have experienced rapid nail and hair growth, restoration of hair color, and general rejuvenation. (by the way, Wheatgrass Juice is like synthetic Sunlight) Cleopatra used to place a magnet on her forehead to stimulate the pituitary to restore her youth and good looks. She didn't know she already had a magnet in her head. At dawn, the negatively charged pineal and the positively charged pituitary combine their essences to create a "light in the head" while meditating. This light has been seen by mystics, initiates, prophets and shamans throughout the ages. They refer to it as the experience of God or of a universal intelligence.”
Experiments using north pole magnets in the third eye region have produced the sense of something moving out of the corner of the eye and then apparitions walking through walls. Interesting, huh?
So, proposing that this might be a factor in paranormal activity perception, should we actually be carrying meters for measuring magnetism in an area to find out if it is promising for a human to perceive what might be there all the time, but we rarely have the right conditions to witness? It also might mean that simple iron objects around the home or building could become magnetized and have an effect on the human body. Even further, the right geology might affect a site.
Gauss meters will measure DC or AC magnetism created by electrical currents so in a way EMF meters could be helpful, but a kilogauss meter would be ideal simply because it can also measure earth’s magnetism and metal magnetism that has occurred in objects. This might also be a way of explaining why some geology seems to be more “haunted.”
It may not be that certain places are necessarily more haunted, but we as humans with pineal glands are more capable of registering the hauntings with the right conditions.
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