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The Pineal Gland

The Pineal releases melatonin that regulates the circadian rhythm; sleep regulates the hypothalamus which regluates the pituitary gland which in turn regulates the endocrine system. Healthy Pineal's secrete Dopamine & Serotonin, essential in healthy living.
  • Biorhythms and Pineal Gland
  • DMT - The Spirit Molecule
  • New Crystal in the Pineal Gland: Characterization and Potential Role in Electromechano-Transduction
  • Pineal Gland - Book I: The Transcendental Gateway
  • The Nunology of the Pineal Gland
  • The Pineal Gland and the Ancient Art of Iatromathematics

Cymatics & the Piezoelectric Effect

Cymatics (from Greek: κῦμα "wave") is the study of visible sound and vibration, a subset of modal phenomena. Typically the surface of a plate, diaphragm, or membrane is vibrated, and regions of maximum and minimum displacement are made visible in a thin coating of particles, paste, or liquid.
What is piezoelectricity?

   Squeeze certain crystals (such as quartz) and you can make electricity flow through them. The reverse is usually true as well: if you pass electricity through the same crystals, they "squeeze themselves" by vibrating back and forth. That's pretty much piezoelectricity in a nutshell but, for the sake of science, let's have a formal definition:

Piezoelectricity (also called the piezoelectric effect) is the appearance of an electrical potential (a voltage, in other words) across the sides of a crystal when you subject it to mechanical stress (by squeezing it).

   In practice, the crystal becomes a kind of tiny battery with a positive charge on one face and a negative charge on the opposite face; current flows if we connect the two faces together to make a circuit. In the reverse piezoelectric effect, a crystal becomes mechanically stressed (deformed in shape) when a voltage is applied across its opposite faces.

[http://www.explainthatstuff.com/piezoelectricity.html] {cf: http://www.nanomotion.com/piezoelectric-effect.html}

"What is the Pineal Gland's relationship to Cymatics & the Piezoelectric Effect?"

Pineal Worship

Bent Cross Staff of the Holy See
Governor of the World, the Vicar of Christ
Bent Cross with crucified Christ; the cross is emerging from a Pine Cone.
Bronze Pine Cone
Aachen Cathedral, Aachen, Germany
Located in the Cathedral narthex. Believed to be from 1,000 C.E. & to of come from a fountain. Displayed with the 'she-wolf'.
Caduceus of Hermes
Greek - Museo Pio-Clementino, Rome
Two serpents wrapped around a winged-staff, the serpents meeting near the top of the staff that's topped with a sphere.
Cloister of Ice
Milan - University
Large Pine Cone on display in middle of courtyard.
Fontana della Pigna
Cortile della Pigna of the Vatican City-State - Rione IX (District 9)
A huge (nearly 4 meters, or 13 feet tall) Pine Cone, flanked by two peacocks, & directly in front of a large, empty sarcophagus. In front of the Pigna, & flanking the peacock, are two Lions with Egyptian hieroglyphics adorning their foundations.
Fontana della Pigna (Rimini)
Rimini, Italy
Roman origin, renovated in 1543. Visited by Da Vinci in 1502.
Fontana della Pigna (Venice)
Piazza San Marco, Venice Italy
Smallest of the Pigna fountains. Pigna emerging from a bloom? & at each corner sits a naval-type pillar. Near Piazza Venezia.
Pine Cone
Louka (District of Sand)
Stucco Chapel with bell. Pineal under bell resembles Egyptian Brain Mapping of the Olfactory Nerve.
Staff of Osiris
Egypt - Turin, Italy
Entwined by two serpents meeting at a pine cone at its top.
Greco-Roman - Prado, Madrid
Staff of giant fennel covered with ivy vines & leaves, often wound with a taeniae & always topped with a pine cone.
Urn of St. Lawerence
Herts New Church - Ayor St. Lawrence
Publicly displayed urn of St. Lawrence in the shape of a pine cone placed atop a pedestal.