The light bearer of the pineal
Updated: Oct 28, 2020
“The pituitary gland is the page and light bearer of the pineal gland.”
The pituitary gland (Mary) is a small gland positioned in the sella turcica (saddle).
The pituitary gland has two main parts; anterior (front lobe) and posterior (back lobe).
The secretions of the pituitary gland not only stimulate the all important cilia (microscopic hairs on the pineal) causing the pineal (Joseph) to upgrade melatonin, but its secretions powerfully assist many other integral parts of the body also.
Biologists believe that life is IMPOSSIBLE without the anterior or posterior lobe of the pituitary gland.
Glandular energy (human bioelectric) is not denied by biologists. The bioelectromagnetic interchange between the pineal and pituitary glands induces VISION (supernatural sight) and ultimately clairvoyance.