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The Pineal Gland Anatomy: Part3

The world is on track to be completely infertile by 2045”.

The pineal gland develops from the roof of the diencephalon, a section of the brain, and is located behind the third ventricle in the brain midline (between the two cerebral hemispheres). Its name is derived from its shape, which is similar to that of a pinecone (Latin pinea). In adult humans, it is about 0.8 cm (0.3 inch) long and weighs approximately 0.1 gram (0.004 ounce). (2) 

The name “third eye” comes from the pineal gland’s primary function of ‘letting in light and darkness’, just as our two eyes do. This pineal gland contains light-sensitive cells that control the circadian rhythms of our sleep/wake cycles (1).Dec 27, 2020 The light sensitive cells control Circadian rhythms which are physical, mental, and behavioural changes that follow a 24-hour cycle.

As we review the following verses in Genesis, think about God’s role as the author of light and darkness.Genesis 1:1-5 “In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth; and the earth being without form and empty, and DARKNESS on the face of the deep, and the Spirit of God moving gently on the face of the waters, then God said, “LET LIGHT be – and there was LIGHT. And God saw the LIGHT, that it was good, and God separated between the LIGHT and the DARKNESS. And God called the LIGHT, DAY and He called the DARKNESS, NIGHT. And there was evening and there was morning, the first day.” 

Notice how God makes a distinction between the light and the darkness and expects us to know the difference as well. Notice how the spirit of God moved on the waters. We know the Holy Spirit is associated with water in scripture. We also know that Yeshua poured out the spirit onto the disciples to dwell inside of them and now resides inside of us. The body is the temple and the spirit resides in us as believers. There is a clear mirroring as our body represents a temple, and the spirit represents our water/blood that flows in us, and the temple has a holy of holies where God dwells. It remains dark if there is no light. The light will dwell and shine in us if the spirit is flowing and well.

The importance for our lives today is that without light and dark receptors in our eyes and our pineal gland, our brains wouldn’t shut off and rest at the appropriate time at night or in the dark. The pineal gland with its hormone regulation and light and dark receptors makes this distinction just as a characteristic of God is that He makes distinction

Daily Rest: 

“I lay down and slept, yet I woke up in safety, the Lord was watching over me” (Psalms 3:5)

 “I will both lay me down in peace and sleep; for you Lord only make me dwell in safety.” (Psalms 4:8) 

Each night as we sleep we may be closing our eyes for the day giving an account of our time during our wake time. Our pineal gland is responsible for regulating the daily rest time. Yehovah’s command is for making a distinction between rest times and wake times for the refreshing of our mind, body and spirit. 

Weekly Rest:

Genesis 2:3 “And God BLESSED the 7th day and sanctified it, because He rested from all His work…” 

Exodus 20:8 “Remember the sabbath day, to keep it HOLY, six days you shall labour and do all your work; and the 7th day is a SABBATH to Yahovah your God; you shall not do any work…you or anyone within your gates…for in six days Yahovah made the heavens and the earth…and he RESTED on the 7th day…” 

Yahovah has designed us for not only a daily rest, but a weekly rest. This is sort of like God’s circadian rhythm. Isn’t is interesting to note that our pineal gland is designed to maintain similar cycles and hormonal balances. Our weekly rest helps us unwind from the regular work week. Again showing the cycles God has designed for us as humans.

Melatonin secreted by Pineal Gland

Although not all the functions of the pineal gland are understood by scientists, we know that the pearl sized gland produces some hormones including melatonin. The function of melatonin is that it regulates sleep patterns, protects DNA, fights cancer and facilitates pregnancy. It achieves this by hormonal homeostasis or a balancing act. When the pineal gland receives LIGHT and DARK information through photosensitive cells from the environment and conveys this information, the pineal gland can then produce and secrete the hormone melatonin.

Since melatonin plays a role in fertility and the pineal gland relates to melatonin production, then the pineal gland would line up with the biblical saying, “be fruitful and multiply.” And yet infertility is on the rise in the US. Here’s a quote from an environmental medicine professor sounding the alarm on humanity’s rapidly declining fertility rates…”The world is on track to be completely infertile by 2045, according to her projections”. Could this be a warning sign to the world that we need to have healthy, properly functioning pineal glands?

Moving on to what this has to do with the pineal gland.

I would wager that a relationship would exist between the declining fertility rates and unhealthy, calcified pineal glands. Either way, this is in direct opposition to what Gods instructions are in Genesis 1:28 , and in Genesis 9:7 to be fruitful and multiply, procreate, have children. This infertility problem we face today, is not the intention of the Creator. Something we as humans are doing or are not doing that is causing the infertility problem. 

Destruction of the Pineal gland or the Holy Place:

“Sometimes, the pineal gland develops calcium spots, also known as calcification. Unlike most of your brain, the blood-brain barriers don’t fully protect the gland from the rest of the body. Instead, it receives a significant amount of blood flow, second only to the kidneys”.‌ A research study done in the 1990s found high concentrations of fluoride in the pineal glands of study participants. Fluoride from water and pesticides accumulate in the pineal gland more than in any other part of the body. After accumulation they form crystals, creating a hard shell called calcification.” Ways to limit pineal calcification may include:

  1. Avoid Fluoride   (fluoride can be found in our drinking water)                                                                                                      
  2. Avoid EMF electromagnetic fields – microwaves, cellphones, wifi, computers etc. 
  3. Getting enough sleep (melatonin is important here)                                                                                               
  4. Getting enough sunlight. (https://www.webmd.com/sleep-disorders/what-to-know-about-calcification-of-the-pineal-gland

Lets keep going…

How much pork do Americans consume in a year?

Pork consumption in the U.S. fluctuated between 72.64 and 53.19 pounds per capita between 1961 and 2017. The latest data shows that Americans eat an annual 66.18 pounds of pork per capita. Currently China is the world’s largest pork consumer, with pork consumption expected to total 53 million metric tons in 2012, which accounts for more than half of global pork consumption. Following China for pork consumption is the USA. So how is this connected to our pineal gland? The answer is the role of tryptophan found in pork. Tryptophan  It is an essential amino acid. Your body cannot produce it, so you must get it from your diet.


Melatonin is synthesised within the pinealocytes from tryptophan, mostly occurring during the dark phase of the day, when there is a major increase in the activity of serotonin. Tryptophan plays a role in the production of serotonin, a mood stabilizer, melatonin, which helps regulate sleep patterns, niacin or vitamin B-3.  Tryptophan synthesizes melatonin. Tryptophan has the lowest concentration in the body of any amino acid, yet, it is vital for a wide variety of metabolic functions that affect your mood, cognition, and behaviour. It affects depression, learning, memory skills and aggression control. It is also needed for normal growth in infants and for the production and maintenance of the body’s proteins, muscles, enzymes, and neurotransmitters.

Most people consume more than double the amount of tryptophan that is actually needed, typically getting 900-1000 milligrams per day. The US Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) is 250-425 milligrams per day. The World Health Organization recommends consuming at least 4 milligrams of tryptophan per kilogram of body weight each day. High sources of tryptophan include: Milk, canned tuna, turkey, chicken, oats, cheese nuts and seeds. It is interesting to note that the internet rarely mentions pork and tryptophan but we did find some sources. 

Tryptophan in Pork compared with Chicken:

Comparing pork and chicken and their tryptophan content reveals something very interesting. The amount of tryptophan in Chicken is 238mg per pound.

The amount of tryptophan in 1 pound of pork is equal to 1,074.47mg!  

This means, pork exceeds the RDA by almost 3 times as much per day.  No wonder most people are exceeding the recommended daily allowance! It is the pork in their diets. 

So what are the side effects of too much tryptophan?

Blurred vision, Dizziness, Drowsiness, fatigue, Head twitching, Hives, Nausea, vomiting, diarrehea, stomach pain, Loss of muscle coordination and muscle stiffness. Strong, pounding heart beat (palpitations), Extreme anxiety, Easily startled, Delirium, Severe muscle spasms, Increased body temperature, dry mouth, heartburn, burping, gas, weakness, lack of coordination, headache, sexual problems.

“The most important finding in this study was that tryptophan increased both mean and peak dominant behaviors. This effect was present in both men and women and was independent of the social context of the social interaction”.Aug 1, 2001

“Some studies have shown that sharp reduction of tryptophan concentration in plasma results in increases in laboratory-measured aggression. Conversely, raising plasma Trp has blunted aggression. These effects are presumably due to impaired or enhanced serotonin synthesis and neurotransmission in the brain.”

It is clear to say in conclusion that the high levels of tryptophan in our diets are making the world sleepy and docile. For example, how well do kids learn in school when they’ve not had a good sleep the night before? Not very well. You will usually see irritation, maybe falling asleep in class, poor memory etc. The role of tryptophan keeping the world docile has its advantages for governments not wanting an uprising of the people.

It states in Deut 14:3-21 “You shall not eat ANY abominable thing…” Eating swine’s flesh is an abomination. If we do not keep the law, what does this do to our pineal glands? Isaiah 20:8 “To the law and the testimony; “if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light (dawn) in them.”
You’ve just learned another reason as to why it is important to keep the Torah with regards to what you eat. It is interesting that there is a direct correlation to impaired learning and pig meat consumption.

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