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New Theory - Pineal Gland Activation


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#16    jaylemurph

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Posted 30 September 2010 - 04:53 AM

View PostTheSearcher, on 29 September 2010 - 05:08 AM, said:

I second that. Besides, the bible is no more than a book with a religious text and 2012 is just a load of bull feces, which has been debunked over and over and over and over and over......

Does anybody know if the Sitchin corpus is big enough to support those fake-message-making algorithms people use to fabricate the Bible Code and such? They've done it with War and Peace and Ulysses, I know, and maybe Don Quixote.  

Wouldn't you love to know what the Head Nibbler's message would be?

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Posted 30 September 2010 - 05:44 AM

View PostSlimJim22, on 29 September 2010 - 12:19 PM, said:

It was covered extensively in the Cygnus Cosmic Origins thread but here is some extra reading on the subject.

http://www.martinfro...smic_rays1.html

http://www.scienceda...91102171716.htm

http://www.lunarplan...olarCycles.html

http://www.getxnews....ational-moment/

And another good one on ley lines.

http://www.leyman.de...o.uk/index.html

Slim, the only article you should pay attention to, in all the links you gave me, is the sciencedaily.com one.
I stopped reading the first link, as soon as I read the name Andrew Collins. The man is so far out there, even the Hubble telescope would have a hard time finding him.
The third link is a mix of science and b******s, that I find interesting yet unsettling. They have part of their science right, one should be merciful for small favors I suppose.
The forth link, sorry mate, I didn't bother, I know the site and how biased they are, they will twist facts to suit their opinion, it will be little tweaks, but tweaks nonetheless. Far from trustworthy.

Ley lines are pseudoscience, Slim, so entirely devoid of any value to me, I'm sorry mate.

So ok I can admit that there are particles and radiation coming towards the earth and that it has the normal physical effects science ascribes to it, but there is no such things as the "cosmic energies" described by most new-age fringe sites.

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Posted 30 September 2010 - 10:18 AM

View PostTheSearcher, on 30 September 2010 - 05:44 AM, said:

Slim, the only article you should pay attention to, in all the links you gave me, is the sciencedaily.com one.
I stopped reading the first link, as soon as I read the name Andrew Collins. The man is so far out there, even the Hubble telescope would have a hard time finding him.
The third link is a mix of science and b******s, that I find interesting yet unsettling. They have part of their science right, one should be merciful for small favors I suppose.
The forth link, sorry mate, I didn't bother, I know the site and how biased they are, they will twist facts to suit their opinion, it will be little tweaks, but tweaks nonetheless. Far from trustworthy.

Ley lines are pseudoscience, Slim, so entirely devoid of any value to me, I'm sorry mate.

So ok I can admit that there are particles and radiation coming towards the earth and that it has the normal physical effects science ascribes to it, but there is no such things as the "cosmic energies" described by most new-age fringe sites.

That cool Search. I'm not trying to convince anybody just putting the other side of the argument forward while trying to avoid fringe sites. The new age may have misrepresented the concepts of kundalani and chakras but they should not be dismissed because of this imo.

The Greek anatomist Herophilis, in the 4th century B.C. called the gland 'a sphincter which regulates the flow of thought'

http://www.yogamag.n...79/pineal.shtml

Hmm, that's one way to look at it.

I actually think it is even more important to the mysteries anyway. Stop me at any point but this is what I have read over the years. The thalamus is like the tabernacle where the chemical marriage takes place. There are lots of symbols for this such as the orphic egg, the blue apples, etc but what it always comes down to is the mixing of the gland secretions of pineal and pituitary glands. Milk and honey, sweet and sour, blood and water all can be interpreted as relating to the third eye activation and kundalani. Therefore the stories from hebrews, greeks, celts and even the story of Odin have something to teach about this 'mixing'. Maybe you don't think it is a lot to go and I respect that entirely but when you study the ancient mysteries you think what do they mean and then the parallels begin to emerge.

This is something I hadn't heard of before though.

http://sunlightenmen...ring-sungazing/

This was the article that really connected it all for me.

http://www.freewebs....n/gateofgod.htm

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