Do we really have a third eye in inside our brain that can see beyond our physical world? Or is it just mythical stories and legends passed on over the years?
Did ancient cultures use it as a way to describe scenes in other dimensions? If so, how do we access it and what can it do?
The “third eye” is the pineal gland, a pea-sized gland shaped like a pine cone, located near the center of the brain.
The pineal gland balances our wake and sleep patterns, it secretes melatonin and serotonin for us to sleep at night and stay awake during the day.
The pineal gland is formed 49 days within the embryo, which is the same amount of days that the human embryo becomes either female or male.
The eyes are like camera lenses, they work as the hardware that translates the world and sends received information into our brain. At the end of the day, they’re just a tool that our body uses to see.
Medical science has now discovered that the front section of the pineal body is in a complete structure of a human eye. How it actually works is that this pineal gland, that so many cultures and traditions have talked about directly or indirectly, actually bypasses the eyes and sees things your eyes can’t…
It actually doesn’t need to to be on the outside of your head, because it does not see the things here.
The pineal gland transfers what it sees to your cerebral cortex and you have people seeing visions and things they can’t explain. There’s a reason it’s referred to by some as “the mind’s eye.”
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