The advancements in medicine are moving at a rapid pace, yet, there are still plenty of things doctors and researchers are unable to discover about human’s brain. For example, just recently, world-renowned cartographer of the brain, Scientia Professor George Paxinos AO, from Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) discovered a previously unknown hidden part of the brain found close to brain-spinal cord junction. Besides neurons, our brains contain a number of blood vessels and a third class of brain cells known collectively as glia — many of which are even more poorly understood than neurons. Scientists do all in their power to break these numbers down, which would eventually lead to a better comprehension of how the brain functions and how information is processed.
One part of our brain known as pineal gland, a small, pea-shaped gland in the brain, is still surrounded by mystery regarding its full potential. This pineal glad is also known as “third eye” because of its primary function of ‘letting in light and darkness.’
It is in charge of the production of serotonin derivative melatonin that has to deal with our hormones that affect the modulation of sleep/wake patterns, including our seasonal functions. The pineal gland is placed near the center of the brain, between the two hemispheres.
Many believe that this tiny part of our brain is the portal between the physical and the spiritual world. French philosopher René Descartes regarded the pineal gland as the principal seat of the soul and the place in which all our thoughts are formed.
If activated, the gland could allow us to travel to other dimensions, or better known as astral projection.
However, the main reason why we can’t use the full potential of the pineal gland, according to researchers, is because its function is lowered due to its absorbtion of most of the sodium fluoride that enters our bodies. The water supply in the US contains 90% of fluoride and other various components.
For more on this incredible part of our brain go to the video below to listen to what Rick Strassman, M. D has to say.
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