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posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 07:09 PM
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This has been an ongoing 3+ year experiment concerning psychic phenomena and activation of the third eye.

I'd like to note that at one point in my life I was a hardened skeptic and atheist. I used to debunk claims on the esoteric and supernatural until I've started witnessing it myself. Its funny that I have came full circle from being a traditional Christian, to an atheist, and now more of an open-minded spiritualists that sees truths and similarities in all faiths.



With that being said I'd like to post all of the techniques and guides that have given me the most positive results so far. The outline in this thread will include:


  • Psionics
  • Qiqong
  • Magic
  • Parapsychology tools and methods
  • Esoteric texts and material as well as links to this material


Now with that being said I'd like to note that I have no doubt that the third eye (pineal gland) is the link to extra sensory perception and psychic phenomena. It is my firm belief that everyone should try to learn and develop this third for not only self development but to help with society as a whole.

Now these are some potential signs that you have an opened third eye and should be an indicator that it has been opened. You will typically see:


  • Flying orbs, specs of light, white dots (not to be confused with deteriorating eye sight or other medical conditions)
  • Seeing a color swirling around especially with your eyes closed or even open. This color is usually purple but can be green, pink, blue, etc.
  • With eyes closed you may have vivid and clear-as-day visuals/visions as though you are watching a movie behind your eye lids
  • With eyes open you may see tracers, eye floaters, and other visual indicators that act as a guide to your environment. In the Hindi tradition they believe tracers/eye floaters are the fastest route to enlightenment
  • Increased prevalence of supernatural experiences. This will be self evident once your third eye becomes more powerful and developed


There are more signs that can determine if you have an opened third eye but these are the main things that I've personally noticed on a daily basis. I'd like to forewarn that you should be careful with an opened third eye as I believe our thoughts materialize into the universe and if you're intent is evil/malicious then you manifest it into the world.


This is one of the first meditation techniques that I've read up on a long time:


Awakening 1:

This is done with a specific tone and chant. You only need to do this exercise for 3 days, afterwards, it is permanent. The mantra to be used is “Thoh,” pronounced “TOE.” It must be within the correct vibration. Not deep, not high pitched, inbetween, like alto range. You will feel it when you hit the correct tone. So play around and don’t second guess yourself. When you think you’ve got it, you probably do.

1. Sit with your back straight.

2. Breathe in through your nose and hold your breath as long as is comfortable. Open your jaws so there is a small space between your top and bottom teeth. Place the tip of your tongue between the space of your slightly parted teeth.

3. Put a very light pressure onto the tongue with your teeth. This is like the same process of saying the “TH” part of the English word “the.” Once your tongue is in position, release your breath slowly through your mouth, saying T-H-H-O-H-H in one long exhale. Say the word one time per exhale. Your tongue will be vibrating between your teeth. You should feel the air moving past your tongue and teeth. If this technique is done properly, you will feel a pressure or sensation in your jaw and cheeks. The tone will also vibrate in your third eye. It may take a few seconds to adjust this, don’t worry, just keep going.

4. Do the above 5 times in a row.

5. It is very important the above exercise be done for 3 consecutive days, 24 hours apart. Then it is a done deal.


I have also tried using the mantra "Om" and made up my own mantras. Experiment as you please as far as this method is concerned.

The next experimentation that I tried for about 3 months was a southern style of kung fu that taught traditional Chinese kung fu, Hung Gar, Wing Chun, and other exercises. The dojo I went to was called Ten Tigers Kung Fu and was more or less based on Five Animals kung fu which emphasizes five fighting styles as well as their philosophical element counterparts (Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal, Water)



I highly recommend martial arts. Just remember philosophies vary from dojo to dojo so keep that in mind. I was trained by a black belt instructor and licensed qigong practitioner. I'm going to post the specific two meditation techniques that we used everyday in class before practicing.

The first was a regular breathing exercise that lasts 10 repetitions where you slowly inhale, hold your breath, slowly exhale, and repeat. We would do this sitting lotus style, eyes closed, and palms up to the sides like we were holding a pie.

The second exercise was called fire breathing that was also 10 reps but was rapid inhalation/exhalation. In through the nose, out through the mouth. Remember to breath from the diaphragm as your chi is located in your solar plexus and lower dantian.



Be reminded that this is just a couple of the exercises utilized in the martial art. There are other qigong training exercises such as holding a specific posture for a period time, iron body training, and other exercises to fully balance the body.

Now next I like to talk about binaural feedback and sound frequencies that I have also experimented with. EMDR treatment has been used as a means to help with psychological functions including lowering depression, anxiety, and other negative health problems. In some cases there have been noted change in physiological response in dopamine/serotonin reaction as well as the changing of brain waves to altered states.



I understand some binaural beat videos are nonsense but I will post the specific videos that I personally believe have worked. I have noticed speedy-like effects with certain sound frequencies where everything moved faster and was more enhanced. I even had improved concentration to where I could read a book cover to cover when I'm normally too impatient to give a thorough read. There is definitely something to these isochronic, binaural, and monaural tones.

(* Note: Some reason ATS won't embed youtube videos right now so I'll just post the links. I'll try to come back and edit it when its working again.)

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The next strategy I've employed from time, yet is still controversial, is chemognosticism. First off, I don't want to sound like I'm advocating drug use as I find it to be more of a hindrance and detrimental to your health but at the same time I will admit entheogenic drugs (notably psychedelics) maybe an aid to enlightenment or the expanding of consciousness.





I have personally seen the Vitruvian man in clear rendering as well as morphic 3d geometrical figures similar to the above images alongside other experiences too difficult to explain.




































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posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 07:11 PM
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a reply to: supermilkman

Like you I'm slightly skeptical of the paranormal. However,in my case my gift came out of nowhere one day and I never asked for it. It was like as it was "given." This event caused me to think sometimes the future is set in stone. Before the discovery of the gift, I'm slightly skeptical because I grew up surrounded by skeptics from all sides and plus my major is history which is dominated by skeptics. I believe in my case I'm supposed to have the gift at a specific time whether I want it or not.
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posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 07:28 PM
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a reply to: starwarsisreal

More power to you. Its pretty awesome how things work out sometime. I'm still trying to post more techniques and guides but I'm having problems with the website.



posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 07:32 PM
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Hmm. Not really any techniques shown or explained, like for martial art per say, like using the correct movements or stances.

I'm not one to advocate the third eye meditations since I used to attempt it and actaully despise them but since then i found more appealing moods. That technique isn't not much of a technique but more of muscle flex, that can be learned pretty easy and even harder to unlearn.

It screwed with my neural synapse and even body clock. Gave me insomnia for a good while, and i could feel that region i focused on, where my head would Crack or snap.

I'd recommend zen meditation or the theology behind it. U'd be surprise what a little patience can pay.
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posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 07:43 PM
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a reply to: supermilkman

Kudos! S & F

I'm definitely going to try these methods as I have some knowledge of each of these but have yet to really focus on employing them. Except kung fu.

Since childhood, I've studied and a practiced a discipline of kung fu that ironically sounds VERY similar to the style that you've gotten involved with. And I'm a strong believer in both Tai Chi Chuan and Qi Gong. I feel it's nearly impossible NOT to benefit from these two meditative arts.

So I'll just say that you and I are philosophically on the same page.

That being said, I have a related question for you or any other member that may have some insight.

I vaguely recall hearing about some sort of device that utilizes electromagnetic waves through the forehead to penetrate the brain in attempts to activate the pineal gland. Has anyone else heard of this method or something similar to it? If so, what's it called?



Thanks again.
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posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 07:58 PM
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a reply to: supermilkman

Excellent post!

There are many methods that we can seek to align our consciousness with the higher realms. The toning methods are very powerful, there are a variety of them out there and I tried out there and I like the one you shared.

Your recommendations are spot on and the cultivation of our energy is something that should be elementary. Martial arts are one of the methods I have yet to pursue, but when I do I believe Aikido is the one I am drawn to. In the mean time I benefit greatly from Qi-gong, yoga, and am working on disciplining myself to learn a basic Tai Chi combination!



posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 08:05 PM
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a reply to: supermilkman
pt. 2
Drugs I have experimented with and had the most pronounced effects from strongest to weakest include:




  • Dextromethorphan
  • L.S.D.
  • Psycilocybin Mushrooms
  • Marijuana
  • Synthetic Marijuana
  • Alcohol
  • Melatonin
  • Herbal Supplements




Other drugs I've experimented with such as pain killers and meth didn't seem to do anything but get me buzz nor do I advise them. I won't go into trip reports as we all have more than likely shared similar experiences. Most of the traditional psychedelics seem to have a mystical and spiritual high to them. They could possibly heighten consciousness as well as lead to OBEs, astral projection/remote viewing, data access, and even access to the akashic records and telepathic communication.



I can't be definitive that this is the case as this could be the mcdonaldization of a drug culture tying pseudo-mysticism together but I am being honest.

More importantly I think its more important to cultivate the third eye soberly. I just suggest these ideas as a potential means to an end.

Magic is the next item I'd like to talk about. Always use magic for CONSTRUCTIVE purposes. With magic I find that intent and visualization are the main precursors for it to work. Doubt, lack of practice, and an up-opened third eye will net you no results.

For magic I've found sigils to be the most effective and simplest method. Essentially you draw a seal or incantation symbol for a desired effect. I personally don't care for covens or many of the other rituals out there. Also be careful for what you wish for during sigilzation.





You are going to need a spell grimoire in order to figure out the seals you want to do but tread carefully as anyone else who is aware of magic know negative forces exist out there as well as possession.



The two books I started out with were the Keys of Solomon and Book of Shadows. There are many spell books out there so its up to you which ones you want to use. Something I'd like note that there are some fake spell books that are gimmicks and knock-offs for sales. Don't fall for them.

This website has free e-books on grimoires:
www.occult-underground.com...

This page is good as well:
www.sacred-texts.com...

These two websites are great as well for instructional guidelines:
psi.wikia.com...
vsociety.net...

In summation what do I personally believe humans are capable of:


  • Telepathy, mind reading, mind control
  • Various forms of kinesis (pyro, electric, aero, chrono, atmo, tele, techno etc)
  • Psiballs/radical ki, constructs, psi programming
  • Energy manipulation. The second we harness dark matter manipulation we will be flying through the stargates
  • Development of free energy
  • Teleportation and materialization that would render money and work unnecessary
  • Other supernatural phenomena and possible trans-humanism in the advent of the digital age


I tried to keep this as short as concise as possible. I also wanted to avoid religious dogma and customs as there are so many varying degrees with belief systems. If there is more information that I think is important I will post it.

EDIT: Sorry many typos and bad formatting. Still editing and there is other information that I wanted to include. Here is something interesting about the Army's previous super soldier program:


The supersoldier (or super soldier) is a concept soldier, often fictional, capable of operating beyond normal human limits or abilities. Super soldiers are common in military science fiction literature, films and video games. In 2012, DARPA was reported to be developing an externally powered XOS exoskeleton design for greatly increased strength and endurance.[2] Fictional supersoldiers are usually heavily augmented, either through eugenics, genetic engineering, cybernetic implants, drugs, brainwashing, traumatic events, an extreme training regimen or other scientific and pseudoscientific means. Occasionally, some instances also use paranormal methods, such as black magic or technology and science of extraterrestrial origin.


Also another interesting tidbit about the book "The Men who Stare at Goats"

The final section of the book (Chapters 13-16) leaps backward to the 1950s and attempts to connect the Army psychic program, and later interrogation techniques, with the CIA's MK-ULTRA "mind control" research program and the notorious death of Army researcher Frank Olson in 1953. Ronson spends time with Olson's son Eric as he attempts to uncover the mystery of his dad's death. The narrative ends with the suggestion that the "psychic warriors" are now back in business working for the U.S. military again, possibly in support of assassinations.



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posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 08:31 PM
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originally posted by: Specimen
Hmm. Not really any techniques shown or explained, like for martial art per say, like using the correct movements or stances.

I'm not one to advocate the third eye meditations since I used to attempt it and actaully despise them but since then i found more appealing moods. That technique isn't not much of a technique but more of muscle flex, that can be learned pretty easy and even harder to unlearn.

It screwed with my neural synapse and even body clock. Gave me insomnia for a good while, and i could feel that region i focused on, where my head would Crack or snap.

I'd recommend zen meditation or the theology behind it. U'd be surprise what a little patience can pay.


You're right. A third eye activation can lead to imbalances and other negative consequences if not balanced or utilized correctly. I too have excessive insomnia and even severe depression due to it. There are times where I wish I didn't open it but I think it has too much potential for good.

Also I love zen philosophy and art. Its a very calming and pratical belief system. I got into mushin and flow states awhile ago to. Basically the art of the samurai and ninja. Light body qigong exercises are good for fine tuning reflexity, speed, and dexterity.

Besides the esoteric stuff the health benefits are great too. Helping with heart rate, blood pressure, depression, focus, etc.



posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 08:47 PM
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For specific guidelines I highly recommend reading posts from a user named Koujiryuu from the Veritas Society. I'm not allowed to repost verbatim his posts but I will link and recommend his specific threads.

- His "Scholar-Warrior: A Modern Daoist Lifestyle Approach" is a good starting point for understanding Daoist concepts:
forums.vsociety.net...

- His "Beginning Daoist Qigong" thread teaches:
forums.vsociety.net...

  • Basic theory
  • Standing postures and dantian meditation
  • Ki-cho-jaki, Kataphaticism and Apophaticism
  • Meridian stretching exercises
  • Pushing water, Xing Zhoudien Sitting Meditation, Standing Heavenly Orbit
  • Training Schedule and training supplements

- His "Advanced Daoyin Qigong and Kundalini Yoga" thread teaches:
forums.vsociety.net...

  • Yin yang and Qiqong theory
  • Kan and Li (Fire and Water) Theory
  • Fire Path, Water Path, Wind Path
  • Hindu Cosmology and Shaktism Theory
  • Nadis and Chakras explanation
  • Alternate Nostril (Lom Vilom) Pranayama
  • Divine Light Meditation


Out of all the users on veritas I find Koujiryuu's techniques the most reliable and provable. I highly recommend his guidelines the most.






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posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 09:41 PM
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originally posted by: AgarthaSeed
a reply to: supermilkman

Kudos! S & F

I'm definitely going to try these methods as I have some knowledge of each of these but have yet to really focus on employing them. Except kung fu.

Since childhood, I've studied and a practiced a discipline of kung fu that ironically sounds VERY similar to the style that you've gotten involved with. And I'm a strong believer in both Tai Chi Chuan and Qi Gong. I feel it's nearly impossible NOT to benefit from these two meditative arts.

So I'll just say that you and I are philosophically on the same page.

That being said, I have a related question for you or any other member that may have some insight.

I vaguely recall hearing about some sort of device that utilizes electromagnetic waves through the forehead to penetrate the brain in attempts to activate the pineal gland. Has anyone else heard of this method or something similar to it? If so, what's it called?



Thanks again.


Sorry for the late response. Yes, I'd say you can choose any martial art interchangeably and get similar results. You can do kung fu, tai chi, karate, even boxing or your own stylized fighting style. What's cool is that the style I was taught was reminiscent to Bruce Lee's when he was a pupil under Ip Man. Not the same, but similar southern style philosophy.

Many western doctors and scientists are confirming the health benefits to these eastern practices and acknowledge how it improves biological function.

With the electromagnetism question, I'd say its multi-faceted. Firstly, yes I do believe things as aforementioned in the post like binaural feedback that uses sound frequencies and ELF's (extremely low frequencies) that can stimulate different portions of the brain. There are also RF signals but is more tech related.

I have heard stories about patients in state hospitals being connected to some machine that sends an electrical pulse to the brain that temporarily makes them black out and then upon awakening comes out with lifted depression and anxiety. I don't know if its the same mechanism as you speak of but I've talked to people who experienced this.

They all said it made a positive change in their life although I think it sounds unethical and dangerous.



posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 09:43 PM
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a reply to: elementalgrove

Thanks. And some more tips would be nice. I'm still learning myself.



posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 09:58 PM
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a reply to: Specimen

Update: Part 3 of my thread has specific instructions for qigong/kundalini exercises if you're interested.



posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 10:04 PM
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very nice thread and thanks for spreading awareness of such things, it is lacking on these forums in my opinion!

but I would like for everyone to consider these things before jumping in:
- why are you curious?
- how well do you know your mind?

first point is about intent. If you are not pure or altruistic than practicing this will only cause you more suffering than otherwise in my opinion. Law of attraction, karma, and all that...contemplate about your deepest desires and motivations.

Second point is about stability. This is most important and such practices can put perfectly normal people into crazy hospital if you are not careful.

That is why I would advise to practice simple meditation every day at the start and work on your mind with pure or altruistic intentions and all these things will be revealed to you naturally, when you are really ready to take all in.

Or you can do it with the power of (free)will and risk the chance of bring suffering to your mind and others around you if you mess up and attract things you don't want...or see stuff you don't want to see.

All in all, it is nothing scary and great and best things can be discovered and learned if you take baby steps in the right direction.





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posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 10:11 PM
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Personally I never had any reading or guidance it just happened naturally these abilities. Now days I have a lot of respect for any logical level headed observations since I can do these things naturally but really don't understand them at all.

I do not heed ANY advice I read about or anything I just let the brain and the environment do their thing.

Admittedly though special diets, and any other techniques you can fine tune in my eyes are worthwhile.

I had this thought when I was in elementary school and that is that if you treat your body as a temple and you and your family can afford one way or the other for you to eat well and get lots exercise etc that I believe can help elicit your innate talents. Homeostasis done right can help keep you alive and foster your latent talents.

Personally I was moved around alot and not exactly wealthy and rarely ever had proper nutrition but that was no barrier and I wonder just how much more powerful I might have become on a normal dietary and less stressful existence.
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posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 10:40 PM
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originally posted by: UniFinity
very nice thread and thanks for spreading awareness of such things, it is lacking on these forums in my opinion!

but I would like for everyone to consider these things before jumping in:
- why are you curious?
- how well do you know your mind?

first point is about intent. If you are not pure or altruistic than practicing this will only cause you more suffering than otherwise in my opinion. Law of attraction, karma, and all that...contemplate about your deepest desires and motivations.

Second point is about stability. This is most important and such practices can put perfectly normal people into crazy hospital if you are not careful.

That is why I would advise to practice simple meditation every day at the start and work on your mind with pure or altruistic intentions and all these things will be revealed to you naturally, when you are really ready to take all in.

Or you can do it with the power of (free)will and risk the chance of bring suffering to your mind and others around you if you mess up and attract things you don't want...or see stuff you don't want to see.

All in all, it is nothing scary and great and best things can be discovered and learned if you take baby steps in the right direction.






True, it is possible to be enlightened and have no humanity. There is a term opposite to the concept of the "wild fox koan" where its not a full blown enlightenment but a glimpse and starting point towards it. If one has these abilities but no empathy or caring of others than a person can come off as devilish among-st their peers, hence the reason why so many people think that the esoteric/magic is evil.

There are good and bad apples on every side of the fence. You don't have to believe in the third eye to know that there are bad people out there and some have no business trying to learning such abilities. It would be chaotic and is possibly a reason why such knowledge is usually hidden.

You're right too that operating at a low-frequency such as succumbing to materialism, hate, jealousy, theft, greediness, violence etc keeps you trapped in an endless cycle of suffering until you learn to purify your thoughts and deeds and step out of it. Being truly positive is the only way to raise your wavelength and if you look at a majority of civilization it is too negative and out of touch with nature to sometimes find hope in it.

This is the reason why I want to use the third eye specifically for improving our infrastructure and cure medical conditions. The economy will collapse and people need to really think of something to help this situation.
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posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 10:49 PM
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a reply to: stabstab

You would be a classic example of someone who figured it out them self. Some people need masters and guidance to understand such things whereas others, for one reason or another, can just suddenly have instant awareness at any given moment.

Also the Buddha talked about not being too attached to precepts or principles as you disrupt the natural ebb and flow that is called the learning experience in life. Some people might become so obsessed with such things and end up missing the whole point of developing spirituality in the first place.



posted on Apr, 29 2016 @ 11:52 PM
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I would like to explor this sometime. But i swear i have read these exact techniques in another thread somewhere here on ATS before.



posted on Apr, 30 2016 @ 03:38 AM
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originally posted by: starwarsisreal
a reply to: supermilkman

Like you I'm slightly skeptical of the paranormal. However,in my case my gift came out of nowhere one day and I never asked for it. It was like as it was "given." This event caused me to think sometimes the future is set in stone. Before the discovery of the gift, I'm slightly skeptical because I grew up surrounded by skeptics from all sides and plus my major is history which is dominated by skeptics. I believe in my case I'm supposed to have the gift at a specific time whether I want it or not.


Fate is sometimes not what it seem to be.
. You are not alone in that experience.



posted on Apr, 30 2016 @ 03:45 AM
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a reply to: Specimen

In a way you are re calibrating sensors when you play around with third eye so I think it is wise to take it slow. Some souls have ended up in Psych wards with no real good help available to help them.

I wonder when humanity will start using Reiki like tools/methods and sound therapy to try to restore calm to those who are suffering. 3 person Reiki team would probably be useful.



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posted on Apr, 30 2016 @ 10:29 AM
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Yea, trying to learn how to calm my brain was one of the first things I picked up, some while after my trip to one, where I would try to configure ways about relaxing or soothing my mind from meditation. Now a days I can do it rather easy, but I still get a splitting headache from time to time due to over active brain activity.



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