I think white people do have the potential to be "in tune" spiritually, but it's like we have to be taught because maybe we aren't born with this
ability like indigenous peoples around the world. Maybe it comes naturally to them, whereas we have to be awakened?
if you want to awaken your third eye and use the pineal gland to consciously be aware that you are about to leave your body and go to a random place
to hang out with souls then you need to try some dmt
Hi OP, I saw your 'Melatonin and the master gland' thread the other day, it was one of the most interesting things I have read on here. I wanted to
tag it to say that, but it's been closed
So I say here- keep studying, the censorship kinda says you may be touching a raw nerve
Have you been reading the Sociologist Dr F Cress Welsing? I consider her to be a pseudo scientist of the worst hue. There is no evidence of Melanin
making anyone more spiritual . I am a black man and I don't believe such psuedoscientific claptrap.
No this is a theory of my own. It can not e considered pseudo-science if all of those thigs I said is true. Freckles protect from damaging uv
radiation and harmlessly disperses it as heat. Yes, I do tons of research every single day regarding these issues of science and medicine.
Interesting post, what gae fruits and goodies can crack open the pineal gland to open the third eye, are you refering to dmt or dxm? Forgive my asking
if you are refering to something more enlightened.. Peace
If you knew anything about the spiritual and esoteric significance of the Pituitary and the Pineal, with how they work together; you wouldn't say
Do not misunderstand me; I'm not being harsh. But one must look at the spiritual and esoteric, from the spiritual and esoteric standpoint. The
spiritual world can not be understood with the physical 'eyes'.
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