posted on Nov, 20 2012 @ 06:45 PM
Originally posted by Infi8nity
Amazing post, thanks for shearing your knowledge. I was blown away when I saw the similarities between the eye of ra and the gland. The pineal is a
eye, just as you said is able to detect light. What are your senses? What do they do? They PICK UP and read frequency's with in a certain RANGE.
Their are infinite ranges of frequency's, our 5 senses cannot detect every range. For example some animals cannot see color because their eyes do not
pick up the color's frequency. How wonder how much we are missing because we cannot sense it with our 5 senses. Is the pineal a suppressed 6th
sense? I believe so....
What do you think and more importantly WHY?
You're right on track in your considerations.
It is indeed true that we humans are limited by our "sensors" ie: eyes, ears, tongue, feeling. They all operate off of thresholds or ranges.
For example, the eye has cones and rods, cones being cells that absorb photons in the range of 400-750 nanometers or so. As to why our brain
interprets the color as it does, well, that's a whole other beast! As for our ears, there are thousands of little hairs in the cochlea that vibrate
when disturbed. I believe when we're at our prime, we can hear in the range of 25 hz to 25,000 hz or so.
It's all vibrations maaaaan.
Lol, all hippy-ness aside, it's a fascinating phenomenon, but don't give yourself any less credit than "Holy #". You don't experience just one of
these things, you experience the entire human experience all at once, simultaneously. What this means, is you may have selective range senses, but the
ability for the mind to perceive and create patterns is immense. If you consider the millions of inputs just to the standard 5 senses, combined with
the Gajillions of pathways and connections they can become a part of within the mind and body...you'd be surprised what you can observe/experience.