posted on Jul, 6 2008 @ 07:58 PM
It was known prior to WWII that by putting flouride in municipal water supplies, a population could be kept docile and pliant. Flouride accumulates
nowhere in the body in concentrations as high as in the pineal gland. The pineal gland secretes substances, such as '___', that are directly related
to cognitive function. Flouride crystalizes in the pineal gland and compromises its function.
Mystical experiences that result in enhanced cognitive and creative faculties can be tied to the function of the pineal gland, and even philosophers
in ancient times knew this and referred to it as the "third eye". One of the main features of such mystical experiences is the first-person,
experiential knowledge of a true connectedness between all people. The "we are all one" experience. It is more primal and vital than an intellectual
understanding of "we are all one". It is an understanding that makes it possible for people to lay down their life, as they identify with the
"supermind" or "superidentity".
I wonder whether suicide bombers in other countries have ever had flouridated water?
My point is that all of the ego distortions in our "sophisticated" Western societies, and the continued health of our economies and race towards
personal aggrandizement, are inextricably linked to the problem of "alienation".
One of the byproducts of the "we are all one" mystical experience is the banishment of any feelings of alienation. How can alienation persist when
you have had an experience that proves conclusively that we are all connected?
So, I'm starting to view water flouridation, and our modern compensation for its ravages in the form of SSRIs, as part of a systemic plot to suppress
the knowledge that we are, in fact, connected.
In our flouridated, disconnected state, we are then bombarded with advertising messages from birth until death that abuse human dignity and play on
I've had quite enough of this nonsense. How about you?
[edit on 6-7-2008 by applebiter]