So by now, I'm sure that we've all heard of the pineal gland, aka...our third eye.
But, if you haven't i'll go into a bit of detail.
The third eye is a gland that is located in your brain.
It resembles a tiny pine cone(hence why it's called the pineal gland)
And is basically responsible for your dreams/wake patterns.
It also is involved in other bodily functions, such as...
Influencing Sexual Development, Causing you to feel sleepy, Secretion of Melatonin...etc...
Let's move on.
The thirdeye/pineal gland/horus eye is very popular in Egypt.
The horus eye is VERY similar to the inside of your brain, don't believe me?
There are also Egyptian amulets and statues(even american) that portray a pine cone. Representing the third eye.
It is also found on the back of your one dollar bill.
Basically...It is your link between the physical world and the spiritual world.
Things thought to be impossible become possible through the consistent use of such.
Even being to travel through astral projection to other dimensions.
Hence why i have such a problem with water, and the flouride treatment at dentist offices.
What Flouride does, is calcify the pineal gland, rendering it useless.
And why? They know what could be possible if humans were able to actively use it as a whole.
Flouride is naturally found in water, but nowhere near the same concentration as it is in the water you get from your sink everyday, or even bottled water.
They say it helps your teeth out...So why are we ingesting it into our body?
It has NO good benefits towards your body, at all.
There's actually a theory going around that nazis back in germany put high doses of flouride into the water that were given to the people during the holocaust to make them more docile and to not question authority.
Of course through series of meditation, relaxation...cleaning your system.
You can actively use your third eye while awake.
And trust me, if you're serious about meditating...You WILL get results.
Or...And don't quote me on this
But using DMT as a shortcut.
Don't just believe me, look it up, read about it for yourself.
I stole this quote, but it fits.
“Do not believe in anything simply because you have heard it.
Do not believe in anything simply because it is spoken and rumored by many.
Do not believe in anything simply because it is found written in your religious books.
Do not believe in anything merely on the authority of your teachers and elders.
Do not believe in traditions because they have been handed down for many generations.
But after observation and analysis, when you find that anything agrees with reason and is conducive to the good and benefit of one and all, then accept it and live up to it.”