Christ-Consciousness in the Pineal Gland
Jesus represents many things, but very rarely is He associated with the mind. Christians associate JC with the body – but I’m not Christian so will tell you he also represents the pineal gland.
This may come as a revelation to some of you, but it shouldn’t – ancient cultures have been telling us about the third eye chakra for thousands of years. The third eye chakra is the pineal gland. It’s often called ‘the mind’s eye’ today.
Furthermore, the mind’s eye is the psychological force that allows you to visualise how you see your future. The power of visualisation can transform your life.
I could drone on about how the church (and science) only tells us half a story right now, but I won’t. It’s best if we just crack on with the real meaning which I will explain by drawing an entire picture.
We’re taking a psycho-analytical approach btw, not a religious one. However, I have to use religion and ancient texts to explain the concept of the pineal gland and the third eye chakra because modern science have not yet realised this yet so there is no other material to illustrate the concept. Apparently old theories of “primitive” men don’t count for anything amongst today’s brainwashed academics.
Habitual mind v subconscious mind
Let me start by briefly telling you how your mind works.
Essentially your brain has been manipulated by a corrupted program that has manifested into what psychologists call “mental illness.”
I can’t speak for everyone of course, but most people are in need of a few tweaks.
Btw, it’s not your fault your brain is scattered and unbalanced. You can blame that on society. At this point all the new-agers are shouting, that’s wrong, you can’t anybody else but yourself, you are responsible for you own creation!
Which to an extent is true. But this response is more of the systematic half-truth bullshit pushed by the controllers to generate misguided belief systems. Yes, you are responsible for your own creation, but society shapes your mind so that most of the time you create the crap you don’t want.
Let me put it this way, if you were in control of your own mind and could manifest anything YOU desired, would you have created the life you have had – or have? Let’s face it, we live in a world run by psychopaths that control our minds by telling us limiting half-truths.
But still, your brain is a marvel of cosmic engineering designed by nature and the evolution of consciousness. It is so complex we still don’t fully understand it – especially the pineal gland.
What psychologists do know is that your mind has been programmed in accordance with your life experiences; things you are told, things that happen to you, things you read etc. This shapes your perception of the world.
Your mind has been carved into a driving seat – and for most of us, the dark passenger is doing the steering. The reason for that is something that is often attribute to as a conspiracy theory. Except there is no conspiracy theory, just a conspiracy.
Frankly, your mind has been moulded into a materialistic animal by mind-masons that control the media, the banking and political systems, organised religions, education, technology and everything else that makes society the shit stream it is today. Don’t belief anything or anyone except your higher-conscious self.
Your mind is a computer. You have been programmed. You have a virus.
Sorry to be the bearer of such bad news – but don’t worry, you can fix it! What you need to do is un-program the virus of your corrupted neo-cortex and take control of the operating system – the thalamus – that sends signals to your conscious brain. The pineal and the thalamus are part of the same piece of brain, known as the limbic system.
Once you do that, you can communicate to your sub-conscious mind what you actually want rather than what you think you want. And to do that you have to raise your conscious awareness, open your third eye chakra and resist the temptations your habitual mind tells you to do even when you know that is not what you need.
Let me show you how ancient symbolism tells you the same thing.
The Vesica Pisces
So, by now you’re probably wondering what all this has got to do with Jesus. Well, you’ve heard of Christ Consciousness haven’t you? You may also have heard it called, ascension, nirvana, enlightenment, higher consciousness, illumination, etc…
…it has many names, call it what you like. It doesn’t matter what label you choose, but for the purpose of this article I will call it ‘Christ Consciousness.’
Essentially, Christ Consciousness is the ability to master your mind and emotions, and bring them into balance so that your thoughts and actions create the things you most want in life.
Jesus also symbolises creation, which is man-ifestation!
As a quick aside, Jesus is the personification of God in man just as Gods are personified in ancient myths. In the Old Testament man was made in the image of God. The pineal gland is the Gateway to God. Can you see how all this ties together?
So back to the symbolism. The original sign for Jesus was the vesica pisces (or piscis) which is the bright yellow glow behind the guy in the dress below:
This vagina-shaped symbol was known as the Ichthus in ancient Greece and is formed by two intertwining circles which meet in the middle – and as if by magic, over-shooting the compass forms the shape of a fish. It’s a miracle!
The origins and meaning of the Vesica Pisces
The earliest known origins of the vesica pisces date back to ancient Sumeria, and has since been used throughout ancient cultures in association with the Mother Goddess. It was immensely popular with early Christian artists.
The symbol of the vesica piscis resembles the vulva and ultimately means creation for obvious reasons.
Jesus, the Virgin Mary and saints are often shown with the vesica pisces in the background to indicate they have reached an illuminated state in which they can create – or manifest – anything their hearts desire.
From a psychological pov, the two overlapping circles that produce the vesica pisces represent the conscious mind and the subconscious mind – the two worlds, physical and ethereal.
When you master your habitual mind you bring your subconscious mind into sync with your worldly desires thus have more control over the things you create or that manifest in your life.
The twin circles also represents the duality of your personality. This covers several aspects such as male and female, love and fear, base and higher consciousness, light and dark passengers, etc.
What I want to focus on is light and dark, the good and bad side of your character.
To make this simpler, think of a little devil and a little angel sitting on either shoulder. You will probably have seen this concept on TV. Now consider this; how many times have you done something you know you shouldn’t?
You know you have!
When lured into temptation, you are hearing the voice of your little devil telling you it is okay to have another piece of cake or smoke another joint. This is the dark passenger communicating with your subconscious mind.
In The Inner Secret Or That Something Within, William Walker Atkinson says that resisting temptation makes your will power stronger whereby you get better results from the law of attraction – that “something within which makes your desires its desires.”
Having a dark side doesn’t make you a bad person – providing you don’t use it for evil. It’s actually natural to have a dark side. Everything that exists has a polar opposite so where there is good there is bad – light and dark.
But regardless of what your dark passenger tempts you do, you have to make sacrifices and take control of your habitual mind to bring yourself into balance. For more details of right and wrong, consider the seven deadly sins and seven heavenly virtues.
What is the pineal gland?
Neurobiologists are undecided how the pineal gland functions or what it actually does. However, it is a hypothetical candidate for the so-called mind’s eye, our innate ability to create images in our heads.
The pineal gland forms part of the emotional system which sits in the centre of the brain, and secretes melatonin during sleep. The theoretical conclusion is that the pineal gland is what enables us to have hallucinations-like images you witness whilst in a dream-state.
Melatonin helps to balance moods and modulate patterns of sleep and waking consciousness. In the 1990’s it was hailed as a wonder drug. It has since been added to health supplements.
The controversial aspect of this health-kick is that melatonin contains dimethyltryptamine (DMT), a psychedelic substance found in psychoactive plants and mushrooms.
In South America, DMT is used to brew herbal medicines shaman claim can cure any disease. All other world governments ban the use of DMT and list it as a dangerous substance – even though it appears we secrete the stuff naturally from the centre of our brain! I’ll leave you to make your own minds up why a substance that helps you become enlightened is illegal. But it begins with C…
The pineal pinecone
The pineal gland is shaped like a pinecone. Ancient mystery schools knew this and encoded this knowledge into their esoteric symbols.
The largest statue depicting this symbolism today can be found in the Vatican’s Pinecone Court. We also find it on the staff of the Pope.
So the church is not unaware of the function of the pineal gland or third eye symbolism, but tell us the statue represents the “face of God” and “the fruit from the Tree of Knowledge in the Garden of Eden.”
Which is an interesting analogy that does make complete sense when you consider what you can achieve through visualisation or see when under the influence of DMT-infused medicines.
In Genesis 32:30 we read: “And Jacob called the name of the place Peniel: for I have seen God face to face.”
But notice the church don’t associate the pinecone with Jesus despite the man himself saying in Matthew 6:22: “The light of the body is the eye: if therefore your eye be single, your whole body shall be full of light.”
JC appears to be talking about one single eye here. So there are references to the pineal gland in the Bible and the church proudly display third eye symbolism in all their churches and associate with the “fruit of knowledge” in Paradise.
Are you getting the impression the church is missing something here? Or hiding something…but let’s not point fingers. Still, when you look at the evidence, another story emerge which explains the bigger picture.
The pinecone statue on display in the Vatican was originally carved in the first century and was a fountain piece outside the Temple of Isis in Campo Martius next to the Pantheon in Rome. Mankind has known about the significance of the pineal gland for a long time. And they were apparently “primitive” back then.
And knowledge of the pineal gland can be traced back even further!
In ancient Egypt, the rod of Osiris is topped by a pinecone. The shaft also features two intertwining serpents representing the kundalini energy spiralling up the spine or seven chakra points.
This is what happens when you reach Christ Consciousness and transcend to a higher understanding of conscious awareness, typically through meditation.
I think this is a good time to tell you that symbols with snakes wrapped round a shaft resembles the human DNA module – a “carrier of genetic information.” In other words, a copy of a copy that slowly evolves over time – very much like the habitual mind, don’t you think?
The staff of the Greek God, Dionysus is also topped with a pinecone. Dionysus is the God of “ritual madness, wine and festivity”. And the parallels between the stories of Jesus and Dionysus are many.
We can actually translate this to mean being under the effects of a mind-altering substance – one that probably interacts with the third eye and strengthens visualisation.
This is exactly what happens when under the influence of psychedelic “medicines” such as the South American ayahuasca brew. There is even evidence to support other spiritual sects and religious cultures (including some orders of Christianity) indulged in hallucinogens.
Third Eye symbolism
Third eye symbolism has become synonymous with Freemasonry, the Illuminati and The New World Order thanks to the so-called “all seeing-eye” on the Great Seal of the US One Dollar banknote.
The image was inspired by a 1909 pamphlet and sanctioned by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1935. It features an eye inside a decapitated capstone levitating above a pyramid.
The symbolism on the US dollar bill has many connotations that conspiracy theorists have run wild with, but in terms of physiological and psychological meaning, the image represents the seven-point chakra system and the opening of the third eye.
The pyramid – with its four sides – represents the four lower chakras, and the triangular capstone represents to three upper energy centres, the middle of which is the third eye, or brow chakra.
It is said that the brow chakra is our ability to see potential and where we develop our sixth sense; psychic ability, clairvoyance, premonition, intuition and other extra-sensory perceptions.
The ancient mystery schools, philosophers, shamans and even organised religions (albeit covertly) all point toward the third eye chakra being important for spiritual awakening.
And the third eye is the pineal gland.
The pineal gland in spiritual traditions
The pineal gland has been linked to the Eye of Horus which bears a strong resemblance with the limbic system of which the pineal gland is a part of.
Although science is still lagging behind clarifying the exact function of this central part of the brain, there can be no doubt ancient mystics tell us it is the gateway to higher consciousness.
In his book, Written In Stone, author and researcher, Richard Cassaro documents a compelling study of how Third Eye symbolism has been used predominantly in architecture and artwork for thousands of years the world over.
In eastern spiritual traditions such as Buddhism, Tao and Hinduism, the third eye is seen as a symbol of enlightenment, or understanding. It is referred to as the inner eye or “eye of knowledge.”
In Hindu Dharma, women still wear a bindi in the centre of their head, a red dot where the third eye or ajna chakra is. It is typically worn by married women to signify true love and prosperity, but is also worn as a fashion accessory in modern cultures.
And so the significance of its true meaning has been lost. Historically, the bindi was a spiritual symbol to denote self-realisation, an extension of perceived reality in which they see more than their physical eyes are capable of seeing.
And so it is with this concept that we come to Jesus Christ representing the pineal gland or third eye chakra.
Jesus is the pineal gland
We know JC was an enlightened being. Just as spiritual beings that can access their third eye chakra reach attainment – hence why it is sometimes referred to as Christ-Consciousness.
But where is the Bible’s reference to Jesus having any association with the third eye, I hear you ask? Granted it is hidden, but look close enough and you will find it in the story of the crucifixion.
JC was nailed to the cross on the hill of Golgotha which in Hebrew means “the place of the skull.” In Latin we find the word Calvary, which also means skull.
The place name in ancient Greek texts is Kranion from which we derive the modern word, cranium. So we have the connection to the head in which you find the brain. The pineal gland remember is in the centre of the brain.
The cross, another symbol rich in meaning, is a derivation of the Egyptian Ankh which incidentally better explains its relationship to the third eye chakra. Bear in mind here how much symbolism Christianity has borrowed from ancient Egypt and earlier cultures.
If you position the arms of the Ankh across your eyebrows, the rounded head will rest on your brow, where the third eye chakra is. Furthermore, Matthew 27:38 tells us that when Jesus was killed, “two robbers were crucified with Him, one on the right and one on the left.”
The “two robbers” this passage speaks of are the optical eyes we view the world through, the same eyes which give us a false perception of reality that is created for us by the governors of society.
Yes that same society that programs your habitual mind and persuades you to make decisions you probably shouldn’t as described above.
Only by opening the “all-seeing, all-knowing” eye do we understand the truth about ourselves. This is the true inner wisdom that Jesus explains throughout his teachings.
We see this concept more clearly in Hindu mythology when Lord Shiva develops a third eye in the centre of his forehead after his wife Parvati covers his eyes.
And have you ever noticed how three crosses are often grouped together? Whilst travelling through South America I encountered numerous places called Los Tres Cruces – the three crosses. And the middle cross is always positioned slightly higher than the “one on the right, and one on the left.”
And surprise, surprise, surprise, a thread of number three symbolism runs through the story of the crucifixion. The number three of course is central to third eye symbolism for obvious reasons.
Before his arrest in the Garden of Gethsemane, Jesus prayed three times. According to biblestudy.org, “He was placed on the cross at the 3rd hour of the day (9am) and dies at the 9th hour (3pm). Nine of course is 3×3 or 3+3+3.
In Matthew 27:40 we read: “You who are going to destroy the temple and rebuild it in three days, save Yourself.”
The temple is the body, or more precisely our physical existence on Earth. You could argue that being nailed to a cross does destroy the body, but that is not what is meant by this passage.
An esoteric meaning is the breaking down of false worldly beliefs and raising to a higher spiritual plane – which you do by opening the third eye chakra. Learn to separate the truth from the lies and you will save yourself!
Whilst Jesus was nailed to the cross, there were three hours of darkness, between 12pm and 3pm. In gematria 1+2 = 3. 3pm. Three hours difference. 333 – the number of the ascended masters.
Furthermore, it takes three days to awaken the ajna chakra during meditation. Jesus of course is resurrected after three days, which evidently represents awakening to a higher spiritual awareness, or resurrecting old beliefs that no longer serve you into new qualities of character or thought.
Christ is also nailed to the cross with three nails. The cross has four ends representing the four lower chakras and the nails are the three upper chakras. The National Catholic Register also calculate the date of the crucifixion took place on 3rd April – the 3rd day of the fourth month, 3 and 4 equalling the seven chakras.
The numerology continues with the age of Jesus when he died = 33. Three plus three is six – and the ajna is the sixth chakra, the sixth sense. He also spent six hours on the cross.