Vic Bishop, Staff
What is it about the pineal gland, our third eye, that makes it so mysterious? The secretory function is just now partially understood, but philosophers throughout history have regarded it as having particular importance due to its location deep in the brain, and its sensed connection to spirit.
Philosopher Rene Descartes regarded the pineal gland as, "the principal seat of the soul and the place in which all our thoughts are formed". In his book The Passions of the Soul, he describes how the human soul is connected with the physical body by the pineal, which is suspended above the passage through which spirits in the brain's anterior cavities communicate with spirits in its posterior cavities.
In an incredibly wise and informative interview, a kid who calls himself King Nahh, explains how sensitive the third eye is to media programming and brainwashing, literally cutting off its spiritual functions. At only 8 years old, he is surprisingly knowledgeable and well-spoken.
In the interview, he confirms the notion of the pineal gland as one of the best kept secrets of humanity. He emphasizes the dangers of watching ridiculous garbage on TV, insisting there are much better things to do with life. Furthermore, he explains why we should detest violent video games for their role in creating violence in our society, and the value of instead enjoying those that inspire creativity.
The pineal gland is oftern referred to as the third eye because, even though from the outside it looks like a pine cone, if you actually cut it in half it looks like an eye. Interestingly enough, it even has the same rod and cone structure of a normal eye and is light sensitive, with similar pigments, and connected to the optic thalami.
Watch the inspiring interview with King Nahh, here:
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Vic Bishop is a staff writer for WakingTimes.com and OffgridOutpost.com Survival Tips blog. He is an observer of people, animals, nature, and he loves to ponder the connection and relationship between them all. A believer in always striving to becoming self-sufficient and free from the matrix, please track him down on Facebook.
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