The pineal gland, also known as the pineal body, epiphysis cerebri or conarium, is a small endocrine gland.
This itty-bitty little gland, located very deep in the center of the brain, gets its name from its pinecone-like shape. The pineal gland usually measures around 7 x 6 x 3 mm in size and is situated in a groove between the laterally placed thalamic bodies.
Pineal gland function
Not only is Ajna chakra (also known as the third eye) the gland that makes the brain sensitive to light and determines our sleep cycle, but it also produces dimethyltryptamine. Furthermore, this gland produces and releases the hormone named melatonin.
Pineal gland facts
Both melatonin and its precursor, serotonin, that are derived chemically from the alkaloid substance tryptamine, are synthesized in this gland.
It is also called the ”Third Eye” or ”|The Eye of Horus” which in reality, is the Pineal Gland. It is also known as the Spiritual, our Inner Vision, and it is believed to be the Seat of the Soul.
The pineal gland also powers our ability to seeing through false formations, to see in other dimensions, and see the truth of a situation where none may be apparent.
Pineal gland calcification
Animal experiments found that fluoride (which is usually found in toothpaste and tap water) reduced melatonin levels and shortened the time to puberty. In the 1990s, Jennifer Luke, a British scientist, discovered that fluoride concentrates to strikingly high levels in this gland. More importantly, the calcified gland is usually seen in skull X-Rays and is largely associated with corpora arenacea, also known as „brain sand”.
Pineal gland and fluoride
In addition, through a poor diet (especially focused on animal products, alcohol, and tobacco), exposure to toxins (such as food additive) in the environment and food we eat, stress and modern life, the third eye gets hardened, then calcified and eventually shuts down.
Drugs like DMT or LSD (plus meditation and mantras chanting) have the capacity to open it strained and accelerate its functioning. According to Dr. Rick Strassman, author of DMT: The Spirit Molecule, noticed among other things that the epiphysis produces DMT during birth, death, during mystical or spiritual experiences.