Seat of gods

This pineal gland is activated by Light, and it controls the various bio-rhythms of the body. It works in harmony with the hypothalamus gland which directs the body's thirst, hunger, sexual desire and the biological clock that determines our aging process. When it awakens, one feels a pressure at the base of the brain.

While the physiological function of the pineal gland has been unknown until recent times, mystical traditions and esoteric schools have long known this area in the middle of the brain to be the connecting link between the physical and spiritual worlds. Considered the most powerful and highest source of ethereal energy available to humans, the pineal gland has always been important in initiating supernatural powers. Development of psychic talents has been closely associated with this organ of higher vision.

To activate the 'third eye' is to raise one's frequency and moving into higher consciousness - all is a consciousness experience perceived through the Eye of Time or Third Eye. Meditation, Visualization Yoga, and all forms of Out of Body travel, open the Third Eye and allow you to 'see' beyond the physical. As you practice, you will get it faster and more frequently. Your psychic abilities will increase as well as your dream time messages. You may first begin with your eyes closed, but as you practice, you will be able to open your third eye by focusing your attention and receiving messages with your physical eyes open. Planetary vibration/frequency is accelerating exponentially, allowing souls to peer into other realms far more easily than in the past. Frequency will continue to rise until consciousness evolves out of the physical in the next few years.

Many native traditions and mystical practices, refer to the ability of 'seeing,'
or being aware of energy fields, at higher levels. This abstract awareness, is
much more subjective and does not involve the normal level of mundane consciousness, which is mostly concerned with self - identity. This 'seeing' refers
to the sight of the 'third eye'.

Consciousness is raised, from an emotional nature, into an illumined
Awareness, when the pineal gland is lifted from dormancy. If the pineal
gland is not yet fully developed, it will be in the course of evolution. When
our sense of ego and personality are set aside and we keep our mental energy
intact, we can become "conscious" of the non-physical, our inner self, the
subconscious, through different practices to activate the 'light in the head.'



















Pineal Secrets

Pineal Secrets:  Pineal gland is the true master gland. It is situated between the eyes. It is the organ of clairvoyance, Third eye, the eye of Ra or Heru (God). Biblical Jacob saw God face to face on the island of Pe-ni-el.  Its secretes melatonin which is anti ageing in effect and anti oxidant in nature. This also secretes melanin which colours our skin.

The pineal gland, the most enigmatic of endocrine organs, has long been of interest to anatomists. Several millennia ago it was thought to be a valve that controlled the flow of memories into consciousness. René Descartes, the 17th-century French philosopher-mathematician, concluded that the pineal was the seat of the soul. A corollary notion was that calcification of the pineal caused psychiatric disease, a concept that provided support for those who considered psychotic behavior to be rampant; modern examination techniques have revealed that all pineal glands become more or less calcified.

The pineal organ is small, weighing little more than 0.1 gram. It lies deep within the brain between the two cerebral hemispheres and above the third ventricle of the spinal column. It has a rich supply of adrenergic nerve fibers that greatly influence its secretions. Microscopically, the gland is composed of pinealocytes (rather typical endocrine cells except for extensions that mingle with those of adjacent cells). Supporting cells that are similar to astrocytes of the brain are interspersed.

The pineal gland contains a number of peptides, including GnRH, TRH, and vasotocin, along with a number of important neurotransmitters such as somatostatin, norepinephrine, serotonin, and histamine. The major pineal hormone, however, is melatonin, a derivative of the amino acid tryptophan. Melatonin was first discovered because it lightens amphibian skin, an effect opposite to that of melanocyte-stimulating hormone of the anterior pituitary. Secretion of melatonin is enhanced whenever the sympathetic nervous system is stimulated. Of greater interest, however, is the fact that secretion increases soon after an animal is placed in the dark; the opposite effect takes place immediately upon exposure to light. Its major action, well documented in animals, is to block the secretion of GnRH by the hypothalamus and of gonadotropins by the pituitary. While it was long thought that a decrease in melatonin secretion heralded the onset of puberty, this hypothesis cannot be supported by studies in humans. It is possible that the pineal contains an as yet unidentified hormone that serves that function.

Melotonin is the only hormone secreted by the pineal gland. (The pineal gland is a tiny endocrine gland situated at the centre of the brain.) Melatonin was discovered in 1958 by Aaron B. Lerner and other researchers working at Yale University. Melatonin is produced in humans, other mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians. It is present in very small amounts in the human body.

Melatonin was previously known to cause the skins of amphibians to blanch, but its functions in mammals remained uncertain until research discoveries in the 1970s and '80s suggested that it regulates both sleeping cycles and the hormonal changes that usher in sexual maturity during adolescence. The pineal gland's production of melatonin varies both with the time of day and with age; production of melatonin is dramatically increased during the nighttime hours and falls off during the day, and melatonin levels are much higher in children under age seven than in adolescents and are lower still in adults. Melatonin apparently acts to keep a child's body from undergoing sexual maturation, since sex hormones such as luteotropin, which play a role in the development of sexual organs, emerge only after melatonin levels have declined. This hypothesis is supported by the fact that children with tumors of the pineal gland often reach sexual maturity unusually early in life, presumably because the pineal's production of melatonin has been hampered. Melatonin also seems to play an important role in regulating sleeping cycles; test subjects injected with the hormone become sleepy, suggesting that the increased production of melatonin coincident with nightfall acts as a fundamental mechanism for making people sleepy. With dawn the pineal gland stops producing melatonin, and wakefulness and alertness ensue. The high level of melatonin production in young children may explain their tendency to sleep longer than adults.

In mammals other than humans melatonin possibly acts as a breeding and mating cue, since it is produced in greater amounts in response to the longer nights of winter and less so during summer. Animals who time their mating or breeding to coincide with favorable seasons (such as spring) may depend on melatonin production as a kind of biological clock that regulates their reproductive cycles on the basis of the length of the solar day.

When activated, the pineal gland becomes the line of communication, with the
higher planes. The crown chakra, reaches down, until its vortex touches the
pineal gland. Prana, or pure energy, is received through this energy center in
the head. With Practice, the vibration level of the astral body is raised, allowing
it, to separate from the physical.

To activate the 'third eye' and perceive higher dimensions, the pineal gland and
the pituitary body, must vibrate in unison, which is achieved through meditation
and / or relaxation. When a correct relationship is established, between personality, operating through the pituitary body, and the soul, operating through the pineal gland,
a magnetic field is created.

The negative and positive forces, interact and become strong enough, to create the
'light in the head. ' With this 'light in the head' activated, astral projectors can
withdraw themselves, from the body, carrying the light with them.

Astral Travel, and other occult abilities, are closely associated with the
development of the 'light in the head'. After physical relaxation, concentration
upon the pineal gland, is achieved, by staring at a point in the middle of
the forehead. Without straining the muscles of the eye, this will activate the
pineal gland and the 'third eye'.

Beginning with the withdrawal of the senses and the physical consciousness, the consciousness is centered in the region of the pineal gland. The perceptive
faculty and the point of realization, are centralized in the area between the
middle of the forehead and the pineal gland. The trick is to visualize, very
intently, the subtle body... escaping through the trap door of the brain.

A "popping sound" may occur at the time separation of the astral body,
in the area of the pineal gland. Visualization exercises, are the first step, in directing the energies in our
inner systems, to activate the 'third eye'. The magnetic field is created around
the pineal gland, by focusing the mind on the midway point, between the
pineal gland and the pituitary body. The creative imagination visualizes
something, and the thought energy of the mind gives life and direction to this

'Third eye' development, imagination, and visualization are important
ingredients, in many methods to separate from the physical form. Intuition
is also achieved, through 'third eye' development. Knowledge and memory of
the astral plane, are not registered in full waking consciousness, until the
intuition becomes strong enough. Flashes of intuition come, with increasing
consistency, as the 'third eye' is activated to a greater degree, through practice. Universal Knowledge... can also be acquired.

The pineal gland, corresponds with divine thought, after being touched by
the vibrating light of Kundalini. Kundalini starts its ascent, towards the head
center, after responding to the vibrations from the 'light in the head.'

The light is located at the top of the sutratma, or 'soul thread', which passes
down from the highest plane of our being... into the physical vehicle.

The 'third eye,' or 'Eye of Siva,' the organ of spiritual vision, is intimately
related to karma, as we become more spiritual in the natural course of

As human beings continue to evolve, further out of matter, on the journey
from spirit to matter... back to spirit, the pineal gland will continue to rise
from its state of age - long dormancy, bringing back to humanity... astral
capacities and spiritual abilities.

At certain brain wave frequencies, a sense of "ego boundary" vanishes. In the
"theta" state, we are resting deeply and still conscious, at the threshold of
drifting away from or back into conscious awareness. As the brain enters
deeper states, our consciousness is less concerned with the physical state, our
'third eye' is active, and separation becomes natural.


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Retinal research, done with hamsters, demonstrates another center for melatonin
production. Located in the retina, this center implies... that the eyes, have their
own built in circadian timepiece. This retinal system, is distinct from the brain’s
body clock, in the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN). Biologists found, that they could
throw the retinal rhythms... out of sync, with other circadian cycles. They also
found, that they could set and reset the retinal clock, even when the SCN was
The retinal clock, produces (stimulates the production of?) melatonin.
Researchers are now looking for the exact location (s) of this clock, in the
human eye, (and expect to find it). No one yet knows, what the separate
clock is for, or how it relates to the SCN.
In some lower vertebrates, the Epiphysis Cerebri - Pineal Gland, has a
well developed eye - like structure; in others, though not organized as an eye,
it functions as a light receptor. In lower vertebrates, the pineal gland has an
eye like structure and it functions as a light receptor and also is considered
by some, to be the evolutionary forerunner of the modern eye.
The gland weighs little more than 0.1 gram. The gland is large in children
and begins to shrink, with the onset of puberty.
It appears to play a major role in sexual development, hibernation in animals, metabolism, and seasonal breeding. In humans, it affects circadian rhythms,
sleep patterns (melatonin levels increase at night) and is implicated in seasonal affective disorder. The abundant melatonin level in children, is believed to
inhibit sexual development. When puberty arrives, melatonin production is reduced. The pineal gland secretes melatonin, during times of relaxation and visualization.
As we are created by electromagnetic energy - and react to EM energy stimuli
around us - so does the pineal gland.

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