The pineal gland, also known as the “third eye,” is a small, pinecone-shaped endocrine gland located deep within the brain. It is responsible for producing the hormone melatonin, which helps regulate sleep and wake cycles. However, the pineal gland is also believed to play a role in spiritual and metaphysical experiences.
The pineal gland is often referred to as the “third eye” because it is thought to be responsible for intuitive and psychic abilities. In many spiritual practices, the third eye is believed to be a gateway to higher consciousness, and activating the pineal gland is believed to help individuals achieve spiritual awakening.
The pineal gland is sensitive to light, and darkness triggers the release of melatonin. It is therefore important to maintain a healthy sleep-wake cycle to keep the pineal gland functioning properly. Exposure to artificial light at night, such as from electronic devices, can disrupt the production of melatonin and negatively affect sleep and overall health.
There are many ways to support the health of the pineal gland, such as through a healthy diet, regular exercise, and meditation. Some herbs and supplements, such as ashwagandha and magnesium, are also believed to support pineal gland health.
However, there is still much to be learned about the pineal gland and its role in the body and mind. Research is ongoing to better understand this mysterious gland and how it may be linked to spiritual experiences and overall health and wellbeing.
There are seven chakras in our bodies and the pineal gland is related to the seventh chakra (the sixth is related to the pituitary gland). All chakras must be balanced for optimal body and mind performance. Activating the pineal gland will help activate and develop the third eye to its full potential, which includes clairvoyance, psychic abilities, imagination and dreams.
Apart from increasing psychic awareness, activating the pineal gland will help the pituitary gland to act as a stargate that can see beyond space and time. It also acts as a link between the physical world and the spiritual world.
The third eye, the memory of the divine eye
Some researchers consider that certain beliefs and traditions from the East are the memory of unearthly (extraterrestrial) ancestors of humanity (gods). According to the legends that have reached our days, the all-seeing eye gave them some amazing abilities: hypnosis and clairvoyance, telepathy and telekinesis, the ability to obtain knowledge without an intermediary from the higher cosmic reason, to know the past and the future and even to act on gravity.
Bindi, the dot in Indian women The memory of the divine eye and the desire to acquire strong psychic abilities has survived in the East until today: it is enough if we discuss here the dot on the forehead of Indian women, called “bindi” and which in Sanskrit means “drop” or “point”.
Yogis who open this spiritual eye in themselves can observe some events that take place at huge distances and in any period of time: past, present or future. In India, such people are called Trikala jna, that is, Those who know three times.
The third eye in reptiles
There are different opinions regarding the fact that reptiles have a third eye. The argument of some researchers is that in living beings, the third eye is not really a rarity. Most often, it is found in reptiles, especially snakes and snakes. In these animals, this is represented by an eye on the back of the head, for which there is even an easily noticeable hole in the skull.
Snake parietal eye The third eye of reptiles is covered with a semi-transparent skin, which has led researchers to assume that the respective eye works not only in the light spectrum. The enigma was solved later: it turned out that this organ is very sensitive to the millimeter spectrum of rays, even to the magnetic field.
It is also assumed that the third eye perceives ultrasound and infrasound. This makes reptiles extraordinary predictors of natural cataclysms: earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and even magnetic storms. These beings can predict what is happening due to the special properties of the third eye – to perceive subtle information about the future from the informational field of the planet.
The third eye in humans
Some of the first people who, in the 1980s, believed in the Indian legends about the third eye were English and German researchers. They and their successors hypothesized the presence of a third eye in humans, just as in reptiles. The only difference, in their opinion, is that over time the eye was closed inside the skull. Nowadays, this idea has led to the hypothesis that this enigmatic organ is precisely the pineal gland.
Awakening the pineal gland has extraordinary effects on the expansion of consciousness and opens access to all universal knowledge. This gland is activated after it is no longer bombarded by photons sent by the eyes, so in the presence of darkness. It then emits melatonin, a substance that calms the nervous system, before sleep
Ancient cultures seem to have had a special respect for the pineal gland (the third eye), as we find it in countless texts, paintings and monuments.
The Sumerians made drawings of the Anunaki people, who had this fir cone shape on top of their helmets.
Osiris, the god of the underworld, from Egyptian mythology, is shown showing the kundalini energy ascending to the pineal gland, the meeting point of all energies.
The Babylonian god Thamus holds a fir cone in his hand.
King Tutankhamun has the symbol of the kundalini serpent on his funeral mask.
In Hinduism, the goddess of destruction and demolition of the Old to purify the path of the New. Shiva has her hair styled like a cone, with a snake coiled around her neck and the design of the 3rd eye, in the middle of her forehead.
The god of wine, Bacchus, is represented holding a scepter topped by a cone. The name “alcohol” (also called spirit) has a common origin with the word “spirit”, which is not accidental, because the consumption of alcohol determines the distorted perception of reality, the opening of the pineal gland and the corresponding change
Sodium fluoride: This compound is often found in tap water and many processed foods and can cause fluoride to deposit in the pineal gland, slowing its function.
Excessive alcohol consumption: Alcohol can cause calcium to build up in the pineal gland and slow melatonin production.Drug use:
Some drugs, such as ecstasy or amphetamines, can suppress the function of the pineal gland and lead to decreased melatonin production.
Chronic stress: Chronic stress can cause melatonin production to decrease and the pineal gland to shut down.
Excessive exposure to artificial light: Artificial light, especially from electronic device screens, can inhibit melatonin production and slow down the function of the pineal gland.
It is important to avoid these substances and conditions in excess to maintain the health and optimal function of the pineal gland.