410th blog … pinga, pigna, pinea, pineal gland … third eye?!?

… maliligalig kayo! ang pinga, isinulat nyo na pigna dahil hindi kayo marunong magtagalog,  dahil hindi nyo matatas ang nga ng mga nagngangangang taga-ilog, heheheh!!!

 someone said:  “welcome to hell if you think about access to our land of isis,  we are in your state, we are in your cities, we are in your streets, you are our goals anywhere…”
The pine cones of human history records reveal a symbolic representation of human enlightenment, the third eye and the pineal gland.

Conifer pine trees are one of the most ancient plant genera on the planet, having existed nearly three times longer than all flowering plant species.

The pine cone is the evolutionary precursor to the flower, and its spines spiral in a perfect fibonacci sequence in either direction, much like the sacred geometry of a rose or a sunflower.

The pine’al gland, shaped like and named after the pine cone, is at the geometric center of our brain and is intimately linked to our body’s perception of light.

The gland modulates our wake-sleep patterns and circadian rhythms, remains uniquely isolated from the blood-brain barrier system, and receives a higher percentage of blood flow than any other area of the body save the kidneys.

It is considered by many to be our biological Third Eye, the “Seat of the Soul,” the “Epicenter of Enlightenment” — and its sacred symbol throughout history, in cultures around the world, has been the Pine cone.

The pine cone symbol  was recognized by various ancient cultures, and the symbol can be found in the ruins of the Indonesians, Babylonians, Egyptians, Greeks, Romans and most especially in ruins of the island of gold.

It also appears in the drawings of esoteric traditions like Freemasonry, Theosophy, Gnosticism, and esoteric Christianity with the same meaning for all: – a secret vestigial organ, the “pineal gland” or “Third Eye”, that we all possess.

The magnificent ruins of angkor wat in cambodia, one of the most magical and spiritual places on earth, are filled with pine cone symbolism.

Antithetical animal art also  appears on other famous ancient archaeological pine cone relics, like in the ancient Roman pinga sculpture  shown below, a massive bronze pine cone is flanked by twin antithetical peacocks.

The pine cone was built by the Romans, this 1st century Roman bronze sculpture, called the “Pinga” or “Pigna”, was once an ancient fountain.

The caduceus or the rod of power is a stick of bamboo with seven knots which represents the spinal column with its seven centers or chakras, also indicating the spinal cord.

While the serpents were symbolical of the two channels called in Eastern terminology Ida and Pingala; and the fire enclosed within it was the serpent-fire which in Sanskrit is called kundalini.

Thus, antithetical animal art associated with the pine cone—twin elephants in Indonesia, twin peacocks in Rome, twin serpents in Egypt—is really an allusion to the ida and pingala channels, the antithetical twin serpents on the caduceus.

The central sushumna is, in turn, symbolized by the third, centered drawing pine cone which on the caduceus is the main rod running north south.

Many ancient cultures incorporated images of the pine cone into their spiritual art and architecture, and they all also created antithetical animal art.

Pagan gods of Babylon, Egypt, Mexico and Greece were associated with the pine cone, and the staffs of these gods were often adorned with the pine cone.

Sumerian God Marduk with pine cone in hand while Dionysus, the Romans Bacchus, carried a Thyrsus topped with a pine cone.

Even the natural behaviors of the pine cone have an esoteric meaning: as it ripens, the pine cone slowly opens to release its mature seeds, a process that is symbolic of the expansion of consciousness that accompanies the opening of the pineal gland and the awakening of the Third Eye.

Bronze pine cone symbol in Aachen cathedral in Aachen, Germany, the Roman pine cone statue in the Piazza Venezia, Italy and the Ripening pine cones.

Readers familiar with Eastern religions will recall the Third Eye as having a long history in India, China, Southeast Asia, and particularly in the island of gold of the far east where the religious traditions of Hinduism, Buddhism and Taoism which was indigenous to the inhabitants of Luzon,  hold sway.

More than a “religious” idea, the Third Eye is an archaic “spiritual” custom that transcends religions that was known variously as “urna” and “trinetra,” and often marked by a dot in the middle of the forehead between the two eyes.

The Third Eye between the eyebrows of the Buddha. Awakening his Third Eye permitted the Buddha to understand the forces of existence and their manifestation in the chain of causality.

The Third Eye has been called by various names throughout history, including the “inner eye,” “mind’s eye,” “eye of the soul,” and “eye of reason.”  It was often depicted throughout ancient Egypt as a single disembodied Eye, the Eye of Ra:

The Third Eye was commonly described by ancient mystics  as  “in every man there is an Eye of the soul whicch is far more precious than ten thousand bodily eyes, for by it alone is truth seen … “

The third eye and pineal gland are being nothing less than the lost secret amidst the ruins of every civilization upon the globe, thereby attesting the fact of a universal religion over all the earth at some remote period, just like the All-Seeing eye set upon the pyramid”, but what was lost entirely the ruins of the island of gold in the far east.

The Third Eye has been hidden in plain sight in the West and superficially said to be the eye of the Jewish deity, and Masons refer to it as the “all-seeing eye of God”, when in reality it’s the awakened Third Eye.

Masonic Lodge, Prague 18th Century, depicting a Third Eye inside a luminous triangle.

The term “all-seeing eye” is indeed correct for it is the all-seeing eye of you, the pineal gland that we all have.

Many highly trained and educated Masons who lived during the 20th century were convinced that the all-seeing Eye was not the Eye of the Bible’s God, and the Freemasonry that was based on the Hebrew Bible, is in fact corrupted.

The All Seeing Eye is a tangible gift that any person can use:

There is evidence that Hitler was aware of and understood pine cone symbolism. One of the front panels on his desk displays clear pine cone symbolism:

A deity is flanked by staffs at the end of which are a pine cone.  Hitler knew things about the Third Eye that most Americans are only now starting to rediscover.

The Third Eye can also be seen above the French Declaration of Human Rights in a 1789 painting, and is on the back of the one dollar bill; it floats above an Egyptian pyramid, itself a clear and obvious Masonic image:

The Third Eye in the triangle is visible above the French Declaration of Human Rights. The Third Eye in the triangle, a truncated pyramid on the reverse of the Great Seal of the United States.

Also, the statue of the Mexican god “Chicomecoatl”  or“Seven Snakes”  depicts the deity offering forth pine cones in one hand, and an evergreen tree in the other.

The Greeks and Romans also incorporated the Pine cone into their elaborate systems of religious belief and mythology. Dionysus was continually depicted carrying a fennel staff woven with ivy and leaves and topped with a pine cone.

The Thyrsus, purported to drip with honey, was regularly used as a sacred instrument at religious rituals and fetes.Romans later built an enormous bronze sculpture, the “Pinga,” in the shape of a huge pine cone three stories tall.

According to a popular medieval legend, the sculpture stood on top of the Pantheon, as a lid for the round opening in the center of the building’s vault.

The Pinga is confirmed to have served as a large fountain overflowing with water next the Temple of Isis in Ancient Rome, however, the gigantic statue now sits directly in front of the Catholic Vatican in the “Court of the Pine Cone.”

Catholic religious tradition is intricately interwoven with pine cones, perhaps most prominently atop the sacred staff carried by the Pope himself.

The Coat of Arms of the Holy See features a stacking of three crowns suspiciously similar in shape to a pine cone, and the very name, “Holy See,” appears to many to be a direct reference to the Third Eye…

Pine cones also turn up as sources of illumination in the church, such as candle holders and lamps, seemingly symbolic of the spiritual illumination the Third Eye represents.

All of these factors lead conspiracy theorists and philosophers to accuse the Catholic church of using Christianity or Catholicism as a veil to blind the public to true spiritual enlightenment: The awakening of our Pineal Gland.

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