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A mask was made which held the North pole end of a long cylindrical magnet over the pineal gland. The purpose was to stimulate the gland and see if there was anything to this ‘third eye‘ business. Exposure was in the range of 10-30 minutes per day over a period of about 4 weeks.
Within the first week, he was sitting at his desk reading documents when he noticed something move out of the corner of his eye. As he looked up, the ghostly figure of a man had walked through one wall, moved across the room and disappeared through another wall. The figure was totally unaware of Walter. Further exposures to this North pole field took place over a second and third week.
The second week, the same ghostly figure moved through the room and glanced toward Walter as he passed through. This time, the figure appeared to have slightly more detail, not quite so ghostly.
The third week, while busy working on documents, Walter noticed a change in the room. When he looked up, the wall had dissolved away and he was looking at a small hill where a man and woman sat beneath a tree. It was the same ghostly male figure who he had seen on the other occasions. He sat quit still, watching this pastoral scene for several minutes.
The man looked over toward Walter and appeared startled. It was as if he clearly SAW Walter this time and possibly recognized Walter as the ghost that he had seen the previous week! The image faded away and the wall restored to its normal condition. From that moment on, Walter never used the pineal stimulator again. more freaky stuff
Objective In this study, repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (rTMS) and its specific use for treating epilepsy were carefully scrutinized. Materials & Methods Target researches such as review articles, case reports, books and theses, which had to do with therapeutic method of rTMS were surveyed. It is worth mentioning that until the final stages, the search for records and documents related to rTMS went on and in the end, the collected data underwent a qualitative analysis. Results As the literature review suggests, TMS principally applies electromagnetic induction to generate an electric current inside the brain without physical contact. The therapeutic uses of rTMS are for a wide range of mental disorders, namely epilepsy, chronic pains, motor disorders and so on. Conclusion Despite safety concerns and possible side effects, many researchers subscribe to rTMS and see a bright future for it. Science.gov list of studies
To which we may add, that all such disciplines, theories, and scientific investigations, as truly invigorate the eye of the soul, and purify the intellect from the blindness introduced by studies of a different kind, so as to enable it to perceive the true principles and causes of the universe, were unfolded ! y Pythagoras to the Greeks. Life of Pythgoras pdf
As for those particles of the blood which penetrate up to the brain, they function not only to nourish it and enter its substance, but more primarily to produce there a certain very wind, or rather a very lively and pure flame, that one terms the animal spirits. It is necessary to understand that the arteries which bring the blood from the heart, after being divided into an infinity of small branches and composing the fine tissues which are extended like tapestries at the base of the ventricles of the brain, are reassembled around a specific little gland, situated near the middle of the substance of the brain [the pineal gland]
In other words, it's possible to use electromagnetism in conjunction with internal methods to stimulate the gland, but the effects simply won't be the same because it's not directed by your consciousness.
originally posted by: iTruthSeeker
I have read in various books on astral projecting, etc, to turn off all electronics near you as the EM field messes with the "ability". But If that is true, I would think it could possibly be used both ways maybe, depending on strength of the field, etc? Neat stuff either way.
Rick Strassman, an author and Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of New Mexico School of Medicine, has theorised that the human pineal gland is capable of producing the hallucinogen N,N-dimethyltryptamine ('___') under certain circumstances. In 2013 he and other researchers first reported '___' in the pineal gland microdialysate of rodents.
There was one study that showed dimethyltryptamine, under some circumstances, could be produced in the pineal gland.