Many have probably heard that our brain has a small body called the pineal gland. It is believed that this is our “third eye”.
The pineal gland has many names: the Third Eye, Ajna Chakra, the Eye of Eternity, the Mighty Eye, the Eye of Shiva, the Eye of Wisdom, The Seat of Soul (Descartes), and Dreaming Eye (Schopenhauer). It has received its name because of its shape, which resembles a pine cone.
Eastern occultists claim that the pineal gland has its own special structure of nerve cells and small granules of brain tissue. For this reason, it is closely related to the subliminal transmission and reception of mental vibrations.
The pineal gland is an accumulation of nerve tissue in the brain located near the center of the skull and right above the upper end of the spinal cord. It is shaped like a small cone and is reddish-grey in color. Located in front of the cerebellum and attached to the third ventricle of the brain, it contains a large amount of particulate matter, similar to grains of sand. Therefore, it is sometimes called granule cells.
Studies have shown that this substance is absent in children under the age of 7, mentally challenged people, and those who suffer from some mental disorders. Occultists claim that these granule cells are the key to human spirituality. It serves as a bridging link between the mind and the body.
Nikolay Kobozev and psychons
Scientists have also repeatedly made assumptions that the crystals of the brain’s granule cells are capable of absorbing non-electromagnetic radiation.
Back in the early ’70s, the famous Soviet physical chemist and professor of the Moscow University Nikolay Kobozev, while analyzing the phenomenon of consciousness, came to the conclusion that the molecular structure of brain tissue is not responsible for the thinking process. According to Kobozev, it requires excitation by the external flows with ultra-light particles called “psychons”.
According to this hypothesis, a person does not think because they want to but because the granule cells in their brain’s pineal gland absorb cosmic radiation. The “psychons” are the main carriers and transmitters of mental and emotional impulses.
The hypothesis also stipulates that the brain’s granule cells in the pineal gland represent a control center and the carrier of the informational matrix in humans and other highly developed animals. This theory comes very close to the concept of a quantum computer.
During the natural life cycle, these organic crystals gradually accumulate organo-phosphorus-calcium shells, that is, within the pineal gland, in the medium supersaturated with calcium salts and phosphorus, they are gradually transformed into aggregates of the brain’s granule cells.
Unusual information transmitting properties of the brain’s granule cells are observed in many experiments, and according to the authors, they can store all of the information about the person.
Presently, histologists have figured out the structure of the brain’s granule cells.
The grains are 5 microns to 2 mm in size, they often resemble mulberry in shape, i.e. they have scalloped edges. They consist of organic matter, a colloid, which is secreted by pinealocytes and layered with calcium and magnesium salts, mainly phosphates.
Using the X-ray crystallographic analysis, it was shown that the calcium salt formations on the pineal gland’ diffractograms are similar to hydroxyapatite crystals. Brain’s granule cells under polarized light exhibit birefringence which leads to a formation resembling Maltese cross. (!)
Due to the presence of calcium phosphate, the granule cells exhibit initial fluorescence under ultraviolet radiation just like colloidal particles with a blue-white glow. A similar blue fluorescence is observed in myelin endings of nerve cell extensions.
The most interesting finding is that the granule cells contain calcium hydroxyapatite, which is believed to be one of the most suitable candidates as a component of a quantum computer! A striking coincidence, and probably not accidental.
Combining the data on a cell-based quantum computer with information about biological nature of the pineal gland and the structure of brain’s granule cells, a very interesting hypothesis can be made: the pineal gland of the brain could be a part of a quantum computer inside our head and brain’s granule cells might be the physical substance of the quantum processor.
Shortly after we are born, our quantum computer is still clean. It is not loaded with any programs to help us deal with the busy world around us.
This computer, as a device we will rely on, is not quite ready to be used yet, the final “configuration” is not complete.
It’s like the physics of quantum information exchange when systems of interacting nonlocal correlations are linked, but they cannot become true quantum computers. To get a quantum computer, it is necessary to organize the qubits, which can be selectively manipulated to perform logical operations to attain tangible results.
What about children’s brains? The brain’s granule cells and hydroxyapatite crystals are developed and function as physical media qubits. They are formed gradually as the child grows when he or she begins to master the mental constructs and logical operations.
In order for our existence to have an opportunity to reflect back on itself and develop further, it needs to have a material basis, some type of conductor in the physical world. The crystals of hydroxyapatite in the brain’s granule cells could serve in this role and act as a physical basis for the quantum computer inside our brain.
By the way, during ultrasound screening, the pineal gland becomes visible in the human embryo around 49th day after conception, about the same time when it becomes possible to discern the gender of the baby. It looks like nature first forms the processor of our future quantum computer, which, during later stages of development, is fitted with the rest of the required “hardware”.
This development begins with thin quantum levels, and if there is reincarnation, it is precisely at this time when the quantum astronomy for the next incarnation begins. According to Buddhist philosophy, a deceased person needs exactly 49 days to enter the next incarnation phase.
It’s interesting to find such parallels with the occultist philosophy about the pineal gland as the repository of psychic energy and their point about the pineal gland being the link between the body and the mind (the seat of the soul).
This idea is supported by a quote from the book of M.P. Hall:
“A child usually lives within a distant world. The child’s s physical body is still controlled with difficulty, however, within those worlds, connected by the open doors of the pineal gland, the child has self-awareness and is active. Gradually, certain manifestations of higher consciousness are absorbed by the body and crystallize physically in the form of granule cells which can be detected in this gland. But until consciousness enters the body, there is no granule cells present in this gland. “
And what happens to a person who has the pineal gland removed?
After the removal of the pineal gland, people experience the so-called “bordering state”. Here is one of the examples:
“I’ve been watching a lot of neurosurgical patients who have had their pineal gland removed due to malignancies.
They exhibit a virtual bordering state existence, when they find themselves in illusory reality and in the present simultaneously. They exist in a vivid dream-like state while being conscious and can alternate between these two states of consciousness.
Experiments conducted with these patients revealed that their existence in this reality is different from the norm and it may seem odd to the casual observer.
It is interesting that these patients demonstrate a fully fixed gaze with a slightly perceptible movement of their eyes.
And even more interesting is that when they go through this reality, they move the same distance within the other reality. One gentleman got to the bathroom and stopped halfway. For some time, he could not go any further due to the fact that in his other reality, he was at the horse races, and the spot where we stopped in the corridor of the hospital, was simultaneously perceived by him as the side of the racing track. We could not move further until the path in his way would become free of horses, which, in his mind, could knock him off his feet…”
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