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Aliens Ate My Pineal Gland - X=18 - Hexagram 46 (CD, Album)

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  1. The Ancient Egyptian civilization was ahead of many other civilizations around the globe when it flourished on the edges of the River Nile thousands of years ago. This video explores the connection between sacred geometry, the Pineal Gland and the ‘sacred, now lost’ knowledge obtained by the Ancient Egyptians which allowed them to achieve fascinating things.
  2. The Pineal Gland is very sensitive to chemicals and it is said that due to modern lifestyles, the pineal has shrunk. Indian Masters of the Vedic times were believed to have a pineal gland the size of a lemon. Today, our pineal gland is the size of small seed or pea. 46 pm. Thank you for that informative and well written article. What about.
  3. Pineal parenchymal tumor of intermediate differentiation. Pineoblastoma. Germ cell tumours: Germinoma ~ 50% of (pineal) tumours. Teratoma ~ 15% of tumours. Choriocarcinoma ~ 5% of tumours. Others: Direct invasion/extension from surrounding structures (astrocytomas). Metastases. Lipomas. Meningiomas. Pineal gland cyst. Quite common.
  4. Dec 26,  · Though the pineal gland wouldn’t be fully understood until the 20th century, descriptions of its anatomical location are included in the writings of .
  5. The Pineal Gland or 3rd EYE By Alienshifter Henni in Australia. The Pineal Gland was the last endocrine gland to have its function discovered. Its location deep in the brain seemed to indicate its importance. This combination led to its being a "mystery" gland with.
  6. 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.
  7. May 23, - Explore Natalie Carey's board "Pineal Gland Activation", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Pineal gland, Gland, Third eye pins.
  8. Jun 23,  · Last update: June 23, Travel deep into the center of your brain, and you’ll find a pinecone-shaped gland. The size of only a grain of rice, this tiny gland plays an essential role in how we sleep, perform, make decisions, and perceive reality.. A healthy-functioning pineal is essential for psychological development, peak performance, and spiritual awakening.
  9. The Pineal Gland is Not Just in Humans. Most animals have a pineal gland. Descartes, in his famed studies of the pineal, falsely asserted only humans carry this sacred organ. That has been proven untrue, and it’s now suspected that an animal’s pineal gland gives them instinct. In fact, an animal’s pineal is often much larger than that of.

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