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The Pineal Gland

 The PINEAL GLAND is located within the human brain though it's full potential is only beginning to be realized by modern scientists.

It is already known to release various chemicals into our body, including a derivative of the feel good chemical serotonin, called melatonin. This hormone affects the modulation of our waking and sleeping patterns, but also affects our sex drive according to the seasons. Though scientists still admit that they still don't yet have a complete picture of the penial gland's functions.

It is located in the hidden center of the brain. It is pine cone shaped and no bigger than a raisin. Incredibly, it is actually bioluminescent, so glows within the darkness of the brain as if lit by a tiny light bulb, and has also been found to be sensitive to light. Interestingly enough, the anatomy of the gland actually consists of a  

♦ Lens 

♦ Cornea

♦ Retina

just like our eyeballs. Also, according to scientist Dr Grahame Blackwell, a large number of small crystals have been found in the gland called calcite micro-crystals. They bear a striking resemblance to the calcite crystals in the inner ear, that have been shown to exhibit the qualities of an electric field known as piezoelectricity. If the penial gland crystals exhibit the same qualities, then this would provide a means whereby an external electromagnetic field might directly influence the brain.

                                    

It is already known to release various chemicals into our body, including a derivative of the feel good chemical serotonin, called melatonin. This hormone affects the modulation of our waking and sleeping patterns, but also affects our sex drive according to the seasons. Though scientists still admit that they still don't yet have a complete picture of the penial gland's functions.
It is located in the hidden center of the brain. It is pine cone shaped and no bigger than a raisin. Incredibly, it is actually bioluminescent, so glows within the darkness of the brain as if lit by a tiny light bulb, and has also been found to be sensitive to light.
Interestingly enough, the anatomy of the gland actually consists of a:
Lens
Cornea
Retina



...just like our eyeballsGland is located within the human brain though it's full potential is only beginning to be realized by modern scientists.Interestingly enough, the anatomy of the gland actually consists of a:

 

At close magnification the Calcite Micro-Crystals are visible on the actual gland

 

 Therefore, it is probably not surprising why over centuries of human history, esoteric groups consider the pineal gland (or all seeing eye) to be our our built-in wireless transmitter, enabling us to connect to higher frequencies and spiritual worlds.

You can see representations of this pine shaped gland, in the form of a pine cone, across Europe and Egypt. The Vatican built the court of the pine cone, which is adorned with a large stone pine cone in front of it's entrance. It is also found on the staff of the Pope, and the Egyptian god Osiris.

 


 

The all seeing eye is also known to the Freemasons and other esoteric groups as the eye of providence. It can be found carved into medieval churches all over Europe. It can be seen above the French Declaration of Human Rights in a 1789 painting. It is also clearly illustrated on the back of the $1 dollar bill, floating above an Egyptian pyramid. An exact example of masonic symbology. Many believe that little attention has been given to pineal gland symbology in our society, because people with power do not wish to share it's secrets with the general public.

Hopefully the examples in this chapter (Evidence & Belief) will help cement a stronger belief in the power of the universe. You will find that knowing that there is evidence of something's existence, helps you to believe that it is real. Remember, you need to believe in the universal law of attraction in order to make it work for you. Belief is an essential ingredient. But just before you leave this section, there is one last peice of evidence called Cymatics.

 



 

                                    New Crystal in the Pineal Gland:

       Characterization and Potential Role in Electromechano-Transduction

 Baconnier Simon(1), Lang Sidney B. (2), De Seze Rene(3)

(1) DRC, Toxicologie Expérimentale, INERIS, 60550 Verneuil-en-Halatte, France. E-mail : simon.baconnieretudiant@ineris.fr

 (2)Department of Chemical Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, 84105 Beer Sheva, Israel. E-mail :lang@bgumail.bgu.ac.il

(3) As (1) above, but E-mail : Rene.De-Seze@ineris.fr

ABSTRACT
The pineal gland is a neuroendocrine transducer secreting melatonin, responsible for the physiological circadian rhythm
control. A new form of biomineralization has been studied in the human pineal gland. It consists of small crystals that
are less than 20 μm in length. These crystals could be responsible for an electromechanical biological transduction
mechanism in the pineal gland due to their structure and piezoelectric properties.
Using scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS), we identified crystals
morphology and showed that they only contain calcium, carbon and oxygen elements. Furthermore, the selected-area
electron diffraction (SAED) and near-infrared Raman spectroscopy established that the crystals are calcite.
We will now focus on the physiological effect of microcrystals in pinealocyte cell culture under Radio-Frequency
Electromagnetic-Fields (RF-EMF).
INTRODUCTION
Because of the fast development of mobile telecommunication, the interaction of Electromagnetic Fields
(EMF) with biological environment becomes a public health concern. Although the action of non-ionizing radiation on
biology is still unclear, several hypotheses of interaction have been suggested: hot spot phenomena, ADN/RF-EMF
interaction, EMF effect on cellular development (oncology) [1-3]. But no convincing study brings to the conclusion of
an effective risk of RF-EMF for health.
The pineal gland converts a neural signal into an endocrine output. The most important hormone it secretes is melatonin
the main role of which is to control the physiological circadian rhythm [4].
Two biomineralization forms can be observed in the pineal gland. Concretions so called “brain sand”, a polycrystalline
complex of few millimeters long, and microcrystals the length of which does not exceed 20 micrometers. While
concretions have been extensively studied [5-9] no study has been published on the microcrystals.
In this article the microcrystals were analyzed with different biophysical techniques. Their physicochemical properties
and particularly piezoelectricity would give them an active role in a potential mechanism of electromechanotransduction
in the pineal body. We are currently planning a study on the effects of Global System for Mobile (GSM)
waves on these microcrystals in cellular culture and their influence on the pineal body physiology.
MATERIALS AND METHODS
The microcrystals were isolated from the pineal bodies using a procedure developed by Weiner and Price [10].
Small pieces of the pineal body (about 10 mg) were placed in a micro-centrifuge tube containing 1.5 ml of 2.5% sodium
hypochlorite (diluted commercial bleach) and sonicated for 20 minutes. After allowing the sample to settle for 1 minute,
the supernatant liquid was transferred to a second micro-centrifuge tube and centrifuged at approximately 9000 g for 1
minute. The pellet containing the solids was immediately washed twice with 95% ethanol and then resuspended in
approximately 50 μl of 100% ethanol. It should be emphasized that, at no point, did any of the samples come into
contact with solutions containing calcium ions. SEM samples were collected on transmission electron microscopy grids
and analyzed with a JEOL JSM 5600 SEM. Microanalysis studies were performed with a NORAN EDS Analyzing
System. Because the microcrystals were initially too thick for High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy
2
(HRTEM) observation, they were first crushed between two glass slides. They were then studied with a JEOL-2010
transmission electron microscope equipped with an analytical ISIS system for energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy
(EDS). Near infrared Raman spectra of isolated crystals and pure calcite were obtained with a Bruker IFS 66 FTIR
spectrometer equipped with an FRA 106 Raman module and a Ramanscope microscope. Measurements were made with
a 40X objective (spot size ~25 μm). The spectral resolution was 2 cm-1. The samples were excited at 1064 nm using a
diode-pumped Nd:YAG laser at about 5 mW power. Second Harmonic Generation (SHG) studies were made with a
Nd-YAG laser which produced radiation at 1064 nm and the detected SHG was at 532 nm.
RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
The SEM studies of single microcrystals permitted high-quality morphological analysis. The most common
morphology was a very rough cylindrical body with sharp extremities (Fig. 1) that comprised about 95% of the samples
observed. The crystal size varied from 1 to about 20 μm. The EDS analyzer coupled to the SEM identified calcium,
carbon and oxygen to be the principal elements. Among biominerals containing those atoms, only calcium carbonate
and calcium oxalate are potential candidates. The electron diffraction patterns taken from the particles were indexed in
terms of a hexagonal unit cell. Near IR Raman spectra were measured on both the microcrystals and on pure calcite
powder. The agreement of the peaks was excellent (Fig. 2), confirming the identification of the crystals as calcite
(calcium carbonate). We were unable to detect SHG neither in pure hydroxyapatite powder nor in the large pineal
concretions. The similarity of the intensity of the SHG in pure calcite to that observed in earlier work on pineal tissue
samples [11] and the absence of SHG in the large concretions let us think the calcite microcrystals would be the source
of the SHG in the previous observation.
The pineal microcrystals appear as a stack of thin rhombohedrons with their flat faces normal to the long axis
of the crystal (Fig. 3). These complex structures can be classified using the texture point group nomenclature of
Shubnikov et al. [12]. The texture may be noncentrosymmetric because of the structural organization of the sub-unit,
even though the single crystals do have a center of symmetry. This symmetry breaking would allow both SHG and
piezoelectricity.
Calcite in otoconia, microcrystals found in the inner-ear otolith, has been shown to exhibit piezoelectricity [13, 14].
These crystals have a structure similar to that of the pineal microcrystals.
By that very fact the piezoelectric property of the crystals would allow them to interact with the electrical component of
electromagnetic fields. A simplified formula applied to those crystals (f = v/2d) lets us think that these crystals could be
sensitive to RF-EMF in the range of 500MHz to 2.5GHz depending on there size. This range contains portable wireless
frequencies, GSM (872-960MHz), DCS (1710-1875MHz), UMTS (1900-1920MHz, 2010-2025MHz), or BlueTooth
(2400-2483,5MHz). Piezoelectric determination of minute grain requires developing new methods based on either
MEMS Precision Instruments microtweezers or direct correlation between electro-optic and piezoelectric properties in
crystal with optical microscopy.
We introduce a novel approach of the biophysical effects of weak microwave radiation.
CONCLUSION AND PERSPECTIVES
We report here the presence of a new form of mineral deposits in the pineal gland. The calcite microcrystals
would have piezoelectric properties with excitability in the frequency range of mobile communications. Their
interaction with GSM waves could constitute a new mechanism of electromecano-transduction on the pinealocyte
membrane, influencing by the fact the melatonin production.
The RF-EMF electrical component interaction with the crystals could induce a morphological modification of the
crystals, a vibration depending on the EMF frequency. This morphological change, even tiny, could involve a
modification of their cellular environment, by a localized modification of the cellular membrane of related cells.
The membrane changes could alter the adrenergic suggested and/or calcium channel function.
A similar mechanism of magneto-transduction was revealed by Kirschvink in connection with magnetite crystals of the
brain and their interaction with the magnetic component of RF-EMF [15].
Pinealocyte can "communicate" through their gap junction [16, 17]. The deformation caused by the crystal vibrations
could thus by simple activation of one or two pinealocytes, activate a whole area of pineal cells and thereby act on the
pineal physiology.
The scientific project to be developed is to determine the influence of RF-EMF GSM on pinealocyte and pineal
gland physiology through the electromechano-transduction produce by the pineal microcrystals. Using ELISA tests and
Laser Scanning Confocal Microscopy we are going to study the evolution in melatonin production and variation in cell

ABSTRACT

    The pineal gland is a neuroendocrine transducer secreting melatonin, responsible for the physiological circadian rhythm

control. A new form of biomineralization has been studied in the human pineal gland. It consists of small crystals that

are less than 20 µm in length. These crystals could be responsible for an electromechanical biological transduction

mechanism in the pineal gland due to their structure and piezoelectric properties.

Using scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS), we identified crystals

morphology and showed that they only contain calcium, carbon and oxygen elements. Furthermore, the selected-area

electron diffraction (SAED) and near-infrared Raman spectroscopy established that the crystals are calcite.

We will now focus on the physiological effect of microcrystals in pinealocyte cell culture under Radio-Frequency Electromagnetic-Fields (RF-EMF). 

ABSTRACT
The pineal gland is a neuroendocrine transducer secreting melatonin, responsible for the physiological circadian rhythm
control. A new form of biomineralization has been studied in the human pineal gland. It consists of small crystals that
are less than 20 μm in length. These crystals could be responsible for an electromechanical biological transduction
mechanism in the pineal gland due to their structure and piezoelectric properties.
Using scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS), we identified crystals
morphology and showed that they only contain calcium, carbon and oxygen elements. Furthermore, the selected-area
electron diffraction (SAED) and near-infrared Raman spectroscopy established that the crystals are calcite.
We will now focus on the physiological effect of microcrystals in pinealocyte cell culture under Radio-Frequency
Electromagnetic-Fields (RF-EMF).
INTRODUCTION
Because of the fast development of mobile telecommunication, the interaction of Electromagnetic Fields
(EMF) with biological environment becomes a public health concern. Although the action of non-ionizing radiation on
biology is still unclear, several hypotheses of interaction have been suggested: hot spot phenomena, ADN/RF-EMF
interaction, EMF effect on cellular development (oncology) [1-3]. But no convincing study brings to the conclusion of
an effective risk of RF-EMF for health.
The pineal gland converts a neural signal into an endocrine output. The most important hormone it secretes is melatonin
the main role of which is to control the physiological circadian rhythm [4].
Two biomineralization forms can be observed in the pineal gland. Concretions so called “brain sand”, a polycrystalline
complex of few millimeters long, and microcrystals the length of which does not exceed 20 micrometers. While
concretions have been extensively studied [5-9] no study has been published on the microcrystals.
In this article the microcrystals were analyzed with different biophysical techniques. Their physicochemical properties
and particularly piezoelectricity would give them an active role in a potential mechanism of electromechanotransduction
in the pineal body. We are currently planning a study on the effects of Global System for Mobile (GSM)
waves on these microcrystals in cellular culture and their influence on the pineal body physiology.

INTRODUCTION 

The pineal gland is a neuroendocrine transducer secreting melatonin, responsible for the physiological circadian rhythm
control. A new form of biomineralization has been studied in the human pineal gland. It consists of small crystals that
are less than 20 μm in length. These crystals could be responsible for an electromechanical biological transduction
mechanism in the pineal gland due to their structure and piezoelectric properties.
Using scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS), we identified crystals
morphology and showed that they only contain calcium, carbon and oxygen elements. Furthermore, the selected-area
electron diffraction (SAED) and near-infrared Raman spectroscopy established that the crystals are calcite.
We will now focus on the physiological effect of microcrystals in pinealocyte cell culture under Radio-Frequency
Electromagnetic-Fields (RF-EMF).
INTRODUCTION
Because of the fast development of mobile telecommunication, the interaction of Electromagnetic Fields
(EMF) with biological environment becomes a public health concern. Although the action of non-ionizing radiation on
biology is still unclear, several hypotheses of interaction have been suggested: hot spot phenomena, ADN/RF-EMF
interaction, EMF effect on cellular development (oncology) [1-3]. But no convincing study brings to the conclusion of
an effective risk of RF-EMF for health.
The pineal gland converts a neural signal into an endocrine output. The most important hormone it secretes is melatonin
the main role of which is to control the physiological circadian rhythm [4].
Two biomineralization forms can be observed in the pineal gland. Concretions so called “brain sand”, a polycrystalline
complex of few millimeters long, and microcrystals the length of which does not exceed 20 micrometers. While
concretions have been extensively studied [5-9] no study has been published on the microcrystals.
In this article the microcrystals were analyzed with different biophysical techniques. Their physicochemical properties
and particularly piezoelectricity would give them an active role in a potential mechanism of electromechanotransduction
in the pineal body. We are currently planning a study on the effects of Global System for Mobile (GSM)
waves on these microcrystals in cellular culture and their influence on the pineal body physiology.
The pineal gland is a neuroendocrine transducer secreting melatonin, responsible for the physiological circadian rhythm
control. A new form of biomineralization has been studied in the human pineal gland. It consists of small crystals that
are less than 20 μm in length. These crystals could be responsible for an electromechanical biological transduction
mechanism in the pineal gland due to their structure and piezoelectric properties.
Using scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS), we identified crystals
morphology and showed that they only contain calcium, carbon and oxygen elements. Furthermore, the selected-area
electron diffraction (SAED) and near-infrared Raman spectroscopy established that the crystals are calcite.
We will now focus on the physiological effect of microcrystals in pinealocyte cell culture under Radio-Frequency
Electromagnetic-Fields (RF-EMF).
INTRODUCTION
Because of the fast development of mobile telecommunication, the interaction of Electromagnetic Fields
(EMF) with biological environment becomes a public health concern. Although the action of non-ionizing radiation on
biology is still unclear, several hypotheses of interaction have been suggested: hot spot phenomena, ADN/RF-EMF
interaction, EMF effect on cellular development (oncology) [1-3]. But no convincing study brings to the conclusion of
an effective risk of RF-EMF for health.
The pineal gland converts a neural signal into an endocrine output. The most important hormone it secretes is melatonin
the main role of which is to control the physiological circadian rhythm [4].
Two biomineralization forms can be observed in the pineal gland. Concretions so called “brain sand”, a polycrystalline
complex of few millimeters long, and microcrystals the length of which does not exceed 20 micrometers. While
concretions have been extensively studied [5-9] no study has been published on the microcrystals.
In this article the microcrystals were analyzed with different biophysical techniques. Their physicochemical properties
and particularly piezoelectricity would give them an active role in a potential mechanism of electromechanotransduction
in the pineal body. We are currently planning a study on the effects of Global System for Mobile (GSM)
waves on these microcrystals in cellular culture and their influence on the pineal body physiology.
MATERIALS AND METHODS
The microcrystals were isolated from the pineal bodies using a procedure developed by Weiner and Price [10].
Small pieces of the pineal body (about 10 mg) were placed in a micro-centrifuge tube containing 1.5 ml of 2.5% sodium
hypochlorite (diluted commercial bleach) and sonicated for 20 minutes. After allowing the sample to settle for 1 minute,
the supernatant liquid was transferred to a second micro-centrifuge tube and centrifuged at approximately 9000 g for 1
minute. The pellet containing the solids was immediately washed twice with 95% ethanol and then resuspended in
approximately 50 μl of 100% ethanol. It should be emphasized that, at no point, did any of the samples come into
contact with solutions containing calcium ions. SEM samples were collected on transmission electron microscopy grids
and analyzed with a JEOL JSM 5600 SEM. Microanalysis studies were performed with a NORAN EDS Analyzing
System. Because the microcrystals were initially too thick for High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy
2
(HRTEM) observation, they were first crushed between two glass slides. They were then studied with a JEOL-2010
transmission electron microscope equipped with an analytical ISIS system for energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy
(EDS). Near infrared Raman spectra of isolated crystals and pure calcite were obtained with a Bruker IFS 66 FTIR
spectrometer equipped with an FRA 106 Raman module and a Ramanscope microscope. Measurements were made with
a 40X objective (spot size ~25 μm). The spectral resolution was 2 cm-1. The samples were excited at 1064 nm using a
diode-pumped Nd:YAG laser at about 5 mW power. Second Harmonic Generation (SHG) studies were made with a
Nd-YAG laser which produced radiation at 1064 nm and the detected SHG was at 532 nm.
RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
The SEM studies of single microcrystals permitted high-quality morphological analysis. The most common
morphology was a very rough cylindrical body with sharp extremities (Fig. 1) that comprised about 95% of the samples
observed. The crystal size varied from 1 to about 20 μm. The EDS analyzer coupled to the SEM identified calcium,
carbon and oxygen to be the principal elements. Among biominerals containing those atoms, only calcium carbonate
and calcium oxalate are potential candidates. The electron diffraction patterns taken from the particles were indexed in
terms of a hexagonal unit cell. Near IR Raman spectra were measured on both the microcrystals and on pure calcite
powder. The agreement of the peaks was excellent (Fig. 2), confirming the identification of the crystals as calcite
(calcium carbonate). We were unable to detect SHG neither in pure hydroxyapatite powder nor in the large pineal
concretions. The similarity of the intensity of the SHG in pure calcite to that observed in earlier work on pineal tissue
samples [11] and the absence of SHG in the large concretions let us think the calcite microcrystals would be the source
of the SHG in the previous observation.
The pineal microcrystals appear as a stack of thin rhombohedrons with their flat faces normal to the long axis
of the crystal (Fig. 3). These complex structures can be classified using the texture point group nomenclature of
Shubnikov et al. [12]. The texture may be noncentrosymmetric because of the structural organization of the sub-unit,
even though the single crystals do have a center of symmetry. This symmetry breaking would allow both SHG and
piezoelectricity.
Calcite in otoconia, microcrystals found in the inner-ear otolith, has been shown to exhibit piezoelectricity [13, 14].
These crystals have a structure similar to that of the pineal microcrystals.
By that very fact the piezoelectric property of the crystals would allow them to interact with the electrical component of
electromagnetic fields. A simplified formula applied to those crystals (f = v/2d) lets us think that these crystals could be
sensitive to RF-EMF in the range of 500MHz to 2.5GHz depending on there size. This range contains portable wireless
frequencies, GSM (872-960MHz), DCS (1710-1875MHz), UMTS (1900-1920MHz, 2010-2025MHz), or BlueTooth
(2400-2483,5MHz). Piezoelectric determination of minute grain requires developing new methods based on either
MEMS Precision Instruments microtweezers or direct correlation between electro-optic and piezoelectric properties in
crystal with optical microscopy.
We introduce a novel approach of the biophysical effects of weak microwave radiation.
CONCLUSION AND PERSPECTIVES
We report here the presence of a new form of mineral deposits in the pineal gland. The calcite microcrystals
would have piezoelectric properties with excitability in the frequency range of mobile communications. Their
interaction with GSM waves could constitute a new mechanism of electromecano-transduction on the pinealocyte
membrane, influencing by the fact the melatonin production.
The RF-EMF electrical component interaction with the crystals could induce a morphological modification of the
crystals, a vibration depending on the EMF frequency. This morphological change, even tiny, could involve a
modification of their cellular environment, by a localized modification of the cellular membrane of related cells.
The membrane changes could alter the adrenergic suggested and/or calcium channel function.
A similar mechanism of magneto-transduction was revealed by Kirschvink in connection with magnetite crystals of the
brain and their interaction with the magnetic component of RF-EMF [15].
Pinealocyte can "communicate" through their gap junction [16, 17]. The deformation caused by the crystal vibrations
could thus by simple activation of one or two pinealocytes, activate a whole area of pineal cells and thereby act on the
pineal physiology.
The scientific project to be developed is to determine the influence of RF-EMF GSM on pinealocyte and pineal
gland physiology through the electromechano-transduction produce by the pineal microcrystals. Using ELISA tests and
Laser Scanning Confocal Microscopy we are going to study the evolution in melatonin production and variation in cell
calcium flux in primary pineal cell culture.ABSTRACTThe pineal gland is a neuroendocrine transducer secreting melatonin, responsible for the physiological circadian rhythmINTRODUCTION

 

    Because of the fast development of mobile telecommunication, the interaction of Electromagnetic Fields

(EMF) with biological environment becomes a public health concern. Although the action of non-ionizing radiation on

biology is still unclear, several hypotheses of interaction have been suggested: hot spot phenomena, ADN/RF-EMF

interaction, EMF effect on cellular development (oncology) [1-3]. But no convincing study brings to the conclusion of

an effective risk of RF-EMF for health.

The pineal gland converts a neural signal into an endocrine output. The most important hormone it secretes is melatonin

the main role of which is to control the physiological circadian rhythm [4].

Two biomineralization forms can be observed in the pineal gland. Concretions so called "brain sand", a polycrystalline

complex of few millimeters long, and microcrystals the length of which does not exceed 20 micrometers. While

concretions have been extensively studied [5-9] no study has been published on the microcrystals.

In this article the microcrystals were analyzed with different biophysical techniques. Their physicochemical properties

and particularly piezoelectricity would give them an active role in a potential mechanism of electromechanotransduction

in the pineal body. We are currently planning a study on the effects of Global System for Mobile (GSM)

waves on these microcrystals in cellular culture and their influence on the pineal body physiology.

 

MATERIALS AND METHODS

 

    The microcrystals were isolated from the pineal bodies using a procedure developed by Weiner and Price [10].

Small pieces of the pineal body (about 10 mg) were placed in a micro-centrifuge tube containing 1.5 ml of 2.5% sodium

hypochlorite (diluted commercial bleach) and sonicated for 20 minutes. After allowing the sample to settle for 1 minute,

the supernatant liquid was transferred to a second micro-centrifuge tube and centrifuged at approximately 9000 g for 1

minute. The pellet containing the solids was immediately washed twice with 95% ethanol and then resuspended in

approximately 50 µl of 100% ethanol. It should be emphasized that, at no point, did any of the samples come into

contact with solutions containing calcium ions. SEM samples were collected on transmission electron microscopy grids

and analyzed with a JEOL JSM 5600 SEM. Microanalysis studies were performed with a NORAN EDS Analyzing

System. Because the microcrystals were initially too thick for High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscopy 

(HRTEM) observation, they were first crushed between two glass slides. They were then studied with a JEOL-2010

transmission electron microscope equipped with an analytical ISIS system for energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy

(EDS). Near infrared Raman spectra of isolated crystals and pure calcite were obtained with a Bruker IFS 66 FTIR

spectrometer equipped with an FRA 106 Raman module and a Ramanscope microscope. Measurements were made with

a 40X objective (spot size ~25 µm). The spectral resolution was 2 cm-1. The samples were excited at 1064 nm using a

diode-pumped Nd:YAG laser at about 5 mW power. Second Harmonic Generation (SHG) studies were made with a

Nd-YAG laser which produced radiation at 1064 nm and the detected SHG was at 532 nm.

 

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

 

    The SEM studies of single microcrystals permitted high-quality morphological analysis. The most common

morphology was a very rough cylindrical body with sharp extremities (Fig. 1) that comprised about 95% of the samples

observed. The crystal size varied from 1 to about 20 µm. The EDS analyzer coupled to the SEM identified calcium,

carbon and oxygen to be the principal elements. Among biominerals containing those atoms, only calcium carbonate

and calcium oxalate are potential candidates. The electron diffraction patterns taken from the particles were indexed in

terms of a hexagonal unit cell. Near IR Raman spectra were measured on both the microcrystals and on pure calcite

powder. The agreement of the peaks was excellent (Fig. 2), confirming the identification of the crystals as calcite

(calcium carbonate). We were unable to detect SHG neither in pure hydroxyapatite powder nor in the large pineal

concretions. The similarity of the intensity of the SHG in pure calcite to that observed in earlier work on pineal tissue

samples [11] and the absence of SHG in the large concretions let us think the calcite microcrystals would be the source

of the SHG in the previous observation.

The pineal microcrystals appear as a stack of thin rhombohedrons with their flat faces normal to the long axis

of the crystal (Fig. 3). These complex structures can be classified using the texture point group nomenclature of

Shubnikov et al. [12]. The texture may be noncentrosymmetric because of the structural organization of the sub-unit,

even though the single crystals do have a center of symmetry. This symmetry breaking would allow both SHG and

piezoelectricity.

Calcite in otoconia, microcrystals found in the inner-ear otolith, has been shown to exhibit piezoelectricity [13, 14].

These crystals have a structure similar to that of the pineal microcrystals.

By that very fact the piezoelectric property of the crystals would allow them to interact with the electrical component of

electromagnetic fields. A simplified formula applied to those crystals (f = v/2d) lets us think that these crystals could be

sensitive to RF-EMF in the range of 500MHz to 2.5GHz depending on there size. This range contains portable wireless

frequencies, GSM (872-960MHz), DCS (1710-1875MHz), UMTS (1900-1920MHz, 2010-2025MHz), or BlueTooth

(2400-2483,5MHz). Piezoelectric determination of minute grain requires developing new methods based on either

MEMS Precision Instruments microtweezers or direct correlation between electro-optic and piezoelectric properties in

crystal with optical microscopy.

We introduce a novel approach of the biophysical effects of weak microwave radiation.

 

CONCLUSION AND PERSPECTIVES

 

    We report here the presence of a new form of mineral deposits in the pineal gland. The calcite microcrystals

would have piezoelectric properties with excitability in the frequency range of mobile communications. Their

interaction with GSM waves could constitute a new mechanism of electromecano-transduction on the pinealocyte

membrane, influencing by the fact the melatonin production.

The RF-EMF electrical component interaction with the crystals could induce a morphological modification of the

crystals, a vibration depending on the EMF frequency. This morphological change, even tiny, could involve a

modification of their cellular environment, by a localized modification of the cellular membrane of related cells.

The membrane changes could alter the adrenergic suggested and/or calcium channel function.

A similar mechanism of magneto-transduction was revealed by Kirschvink in connection with magnetite crystals of the

brain and their interaction with the magnetic component of RF-EMF [15].

Pinealocyte can "communicate" through their gap junction [16, 17]. The deformation caused by the crystal vibrations

could thus by simple activation of one or two pinealocytes, activate a whole area of pineal cells and thereby act on the

pineal physiology.

The scientific project to be developed is to determine the influence of RF-EMF GSM on pinealocyte and pineal

gland physiology through the electromechano-transduction produce by the pineal microcrystals. Using ELISA tests and

Laser Scanning Confocal Microscopy we are going to study the evolution in melatonin production and variation in cell calcium flux in primary pineal cell culture. 

 

       

                                                     

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The pineal gland is a neuroendocrine transducer secreting melatonin, responsible for the physiological circadian rhythm
control. A new form of biomineralization has been studied in the human pineal gland. It consists of small crystals that
are less than 20 μm in length. These crystals could be responsible for an electromechanical biological transduction
mechanism in the pineal gland due to their structure and piezoelectric properties.
Using scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and energy dispersive spectroscopy (EDS), we identified crystals
morphology and showed that they only contain calcium, carbon and oxygen elements. Furthermore, the selected-area
electron diffraction (SAED) and near-infrared Raman spectroscopy established that the crystals are calcite.
We will now focus on the physiological effect of microcrystals in pinealocyte cell culture under Radio-Frequency
Electromagnetic-Fields (RF-EMF).
INTRODUCTION
Because of the fast development of mobile telecommunication, the interaction of Electromagnetic Fields
(EMF) with biological environment becomes a public health concern. Although the action of non-ionizing radiation on
biology is still unclear, several hypotheses of interaction have been suggested: hot spot phenomena, ADN/RF-EMF
interaction, EMF effect on cellular development (oncology) [1-3]. But no convincing study brings to the conclusion of
an effective risk of RF-EMF for health.
The pineal gland converts a neural signal into an endocrine output. The most important hormone it secretes is melatonin
the main role of which is to control the physiological circadian rhythm [4].
Two biomineralization forms can be observed in the pineal gland. Concretions so called “brain sand”, a polycrystalline
complex of few millimeters long, and microcrystals the length of which does not exceed 20 micrometers. While
concretions have been extensively studied [5-9] no study has been published on the microcrystals.
In this article the microcrystals were analyzed with different biophysical techniques. Their physicochemical properties
and particularly piezoelectricity would give them an active role in a potential mechanism of electromechanotransduction
in the pineal body. We are currently planning a study on the effects of Global System for Mobile (GSM)
waves on these microcrystals in cellular culture and their influence on the pineal body physiolo

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Full Name: Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
Born: February 26, 1954
Significance: One of Turkey’s most popular and charismatic leaders, 
he led the resurgence of Islamic-oriented politics in the Muslim 
world’s most secular democracy.
Current Status: Prime Minister of Turkey (since March 14, 2003)
Notable Life-Markers: Was mayor of Istanbul, was imprisoned for 
10 months on subversion charges related to his pro-Islamic stances, 
was banned from politics, returned as leader of the Justice and Development Party in 2002.
 
Full Name: Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

Born: February 26, 1954
Significance: One of Turkey’s most popular and charismatic leaders, he led the resurgence of Islamic-oriented politics in the Muslim world’s most secular democracy.

Prime Minister of Turkey (March 14, 2003)

 

President of Turkey 

(August 10, 2014) to present.

Notable Life-Markers: Was mayor of Istanbul, was imprisoned for 10 months on subversion charges

 

related to his pro-Islamic stances, was banned from politics, returned as leader of the Justice and Development Party in 2002.

 

 

Erdogan was born on February 26, 1954, in Rize, a small city on Turkey's Black Sea coast, in a poor family. He was one of five children. His father worked for Turkey’s coast guard. When Erdogan was 13, the family moved to Istanbul, hoping for better opportunities. Erdogan went to an Islamic school then studied business management at Istanbul’s Marmara University. While there, he joined the country’s growing political Islamist movement. He played soccer professionally and worked for Istanbul’s transportation authority until he was fired for refusing, on religious grounds, to shave his mustache.

 

Mayor of Istanbul: 

After he was fired, Erdogan entered politics full time. In 1994, partly on the strength of his charisma and oratorical skills, partly on account of the deterioration of social services and the city’s exploding population, Erdogan was elected mayor

 

of Istanbul, Turkey’s largest city. He promised better services and better jobs for the huge influx of rural immigrants into the city. He delivered on most of his promises.

Imprisoned for Subversion: 

In 1997, Erdogan said in a speech: “The mosques are our barracks, the domes are our helmets, the minarets are our swords, and the faithful are our army.” He was the leader the Islamic-oriented Welfare Party at the time. In January 1998, Turkey’s highest court closed the Welfare Party and banned its members from politics, saying the party sought to undermine Turkey’s secular basis. Weeks later, Erdogan was indicted on subversion charges, including inciting “an army of jihad” and “using democracy to establish an evil order.” A military court sentenced him to 10 months in jail, which he started serving in March 1999.

 

2002 Parliamentary Victory: 

Upon his release from prison, and facing the court’s ban on the activities of the Islamist Virtue Party and Welfare Party, Erdogan helped found the Justice and Development Party, known in Turkey as Adalet ve Kalkinma Partisi, or AK, in August 2001. It was the 281st political party created in Turkey since the first party was set up in 1859. Erdogan was elected its leader. Two months later, the AK swept to power in parliamentary elections with 34.2 percent of the vote, winning 363 of 550 seats.

Prime Minister: 

Because of his previous conviction, Erdogan was banned from serving as prime minister or holding any government post. His party’s parliamentary majority quickly changed that by passing a constitutional amendment effectively revoking the ban. Erdogan ran for office in a by-election and became prime minister on March 14, 2003. He replaced Abdullah Gül, who resigned to make room for Erdogan. Gul served as foreign minister until 2007.

Continued Rise of Turkey’s Islamists: 

In July 2007, the Islamist Justice and Development Party won 46.6 percent of the popular vote in nationwide parliamentary elections, solidifying Erdogan’s position. Erdogan backed Abdullah Gul’s bid for the presidency, which Gul won on Aug. 28, 2007, becoming Turkey’s 14th president. 

Head-Scarf Controversy: 

In early 2008, Erdogan led the parliamentary charge to repeal Turkey's ban on wearing the Islamic head scarf on private or public university campuses, in government buildings or in schools. Parliament voted in February 2008 to repeal the ban, handing Erdogan a major victory. But the changes must first be approved by the president and pass constitutional muster through the nation's Constitutional Court, a secular institution. 

A More Moderate Erdogan?: 

Erdogan has moderated his positions the stronger his party’s hold on Turkish politics has become. Even though he once called the European Union a “Christian club,” he supports Turkey’s bid to join the Union. He supported the Bush administration’s request in 2003 to use Turkey as a staging ground for the invasion of Iraq, but Erdogan and Bush were rebuffed by the Turkish Parliament. Erdogan has overseen the moderation and reform of many Turkeish policies, including, in 2001, the abolition of the death penalty (except in times of war and for acts of terrorism), the abolition of torture in Turkish prisons, and allowing the use of the Kurdish language in broadcasting and education. But Erdogan has maintained a hard line against Kurdish separatists in eastern Turkey and has led the charge to pursue and bomb Kurdish militants in Iraq, or invade northern Iraq if necessary. The European Union is resisting Turkey’s bid to join, saying Turkey’s human rights violations and its uneven economy remain a major concern.

 
 
 
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The Caliphate is the Beast of Revelation

 
The Reviving Caliphate in the Middle East, is the Beast of Revelation and will take on a new form (10 Islamic Kings/States). Turkey is helping to unite the Middle East. He sits in Satan's (the Dragon's) seat (in Pergamos Rev 2:13 ) and that Turkey will be the strength behind the Beast Caliphate (which will include Iraq and Iran.)
 
 The Revived 'OTTOMAN EMPIRE'
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 While the world sleeps.... World leaders are assembling   together to unite the planet in a One World Government and   Religious System- Under the auspicious acts of two beasts      found in the book of Revelations.
                        (The Beast and his false prophet) 
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 
'The Grid' Could Soon Make The Internet Obsolete
 
The Internet could soon be made obsolete. The scientists who pioneered it have
now built a lightning-fast replacement capable of downloading entire feature films within seconds.
At speeds about 10,000 times faster than a typical broadband connection, “the grid” will be able to send the entire Rolling Stones back catalogue from Britain to Japan in less than two seconds.
The latest spin-off from Cern, the particle physics centre that created the web, the grid could also provide the kind of power needed to transmit holographic images; allow instant online gaming with hundreds of thousands of players; and offer high-definition video telephony for the price of a local call.
David Britton, professor of physics at Glasgow University and a leading figure in the grid project, believes grid technologies could “revolutionise” society. “With this kind of computing power, future generations will have the ability to collaborate and communicate in ways older people like me cannot even imagine,” he said.
The power of the grid will become apparent this summer after what scientists at Cern have termed their “red button” day - the switching-on of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the new particle accelerator built to probe the origin of the universe. The grid will be activated at the same time to capture the data it generates.
 
 
Cern, based near Geneva, started the grid computing project seven years ago when researchers realised the LHC would generate annual data equivalent to 56m CDs - enough to make a stack 40 miles high.
This meant that scientists at Cern - where Sir Tim Berners-Lee invented the web in 1989 - would no longer be able to use his creation for fear of causing a global collapse.
This is because the Internet has evolved by linking together a hotchpotch of cables and routing equipment, much of which was originally designed for telephone calls and therefore lacks the capacity for high-speed data transmission.
By contrast, the grid has been built with dedicated fibre optic cables and modern routing centres, meaning there are no outdated components to slow the deluge of data. The 55,000 servers already installed are expected to rise to 200,000 within the next two years.
Professor Tony Doyle, technical director of the grid project, said: “We need so much processing power, there would even be an issue about getting enough electricity to run the computers if they were all at Cern. The only answer was a new network powerful enough to send the data instantly to research centres in other countries.”
That network, in effect a parallel Internet, is now built, using fibre optic cables that run from Cern to 11 centres in the United States, Canada, the Far East, Europe and around the world.
One terminates at the Rutherford Appleton laboratory at Harwell in Oxfordshire.
From each centre, further connections radiate out to a host of other research institutions using existing high-speed academic networks.
It means Britain alone has 8,000 servers on the grid system – so that any student or academic will theoretically be able to hook up to the grid rather than the internet from this autumn.
Ian Bird, project leader for Cern’s high-speed computing project, said grid technology could make the internet so fast that people would stop using desktop computers to store information and entrust it all to the internet.
“It will lead to what’s known as cloud computing, where people keep all their information online and access it from anywhere,” he said.
 Computers on the grid can also transmit data at lightning speed. This will allow researchers facing heavy processing tasks 
to call on the assistance of thousands of other computers around the world. The aim is to eliminate the dreaded “frozen screen” experienced by internet users who ask their machine to handle too much information.
The real goal of the grid is, however, to work with the LHC in tracking down nature’s most elusive particle, the Higgs boson. Predicted in theory but never yet found, the Higgs is supposed to be what gives matter mass.
 
          Working on Grid Computing, CERN,
             the particle physics laboratory
 
The LHC has been designed to hunt out this particle - but even at optimum performance it will generate only a few thousand of the particles a year. Analysing the mountain of data will be such a large task that it will keep even the grid’s huge capacity busy for years to come.
Although the grid itself is unlikely to be directly available to domestic internet users, many telecoms providers and businesses are already introducing its pioneering technologies. One of the most potent is so-called dynamic switching, which creates a dedicated channel for internet users trying to download large volumes of data such as films. In theory this would give a standard desktop computer the ability to download a movie in five seconds rather than the current three hours or so.
Additionally, the grid is being made available to dozens of other academic researchers including astronomers and molecular biologists.
It has already been used to help design new drugs against malaria, the mosquito-borne disease that kills 1m people worldwide each year. Researchers used the grid to analyse 140m compounds - a task that would have taken a standard internet-linked PC 420 years.
“Projects like the grid will bring huge changes in business and society as well as science,” Doyle said.
“Holographic video conferencing is not that far away. Online gaming could evolve to include many thousands of people, and social networking could become the main way we communicate.
“The history of the internet shows you cannot predict its real impacts but we know they will be huge.”  
 

I Have Seen God Face To Face

And Jacob rose up that night, and took his two wives, and his two women servants, and his eleven sons, and passed over the ford Jabbok.

And he took them, and sent them over the brook, and sent over that he had.

And Jacob was left alone; and there wrestled a man with him until the breaking of the day.

And when he saw that he prevailed not against him, he touched the hollow of his thigh; and the hollow of Jacob's thigh was out of joint, as he wrestled with him.

And he said, Let me go, for the day breaketh. And he said, I will not let thee go, except thou bless me.

And he said unto him, What is thy name? And he said, Jacob.

And he said, Thy name shall be called no more Jacob, but Israel: for as a prince hast thou power with God and with men, and hast prevailed.

And Jacob asked him, and said, Tell me, I pray thee, thy name. And he said, Wherefore is it that thou dost ask after my name? And he blessed him there.

And Jacob called the name of the place Peniel: for I have seen God face to face, and my life is preserved.

And as he passed over Penuel the sun rose upon him, and he halted upon his thigh.

Therefore the children of Israel eat not of the sinew which shrank, which is upon the hollow of the thigh, unto this day: because he touched the hollow of Jacob's thigh in the sinew that shrank.
 Gen. 32:22-32    

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    For the kingdom of heaven is as a man travelling into a far country, who called his own servants, and delivered unto them his goods.

And unto one he gave five talents, to another two, and to another one; to every man according to his several ability;

and straightway took his journey.


Then he that had received the five talents went and traded with the same, and made them other five talents.

And likewise he that had received two, he also gained other two.

But he that had received one went and digged in the earth, and hid his lord's money.

After a long time the lord of those servants cometh, and reckoneth with them.

And so he that had received five talents came and brought other five talents, saying, Lord, thou deliveredst unto me five talents: behold, I have gained beside them five talents more.

His lord said unto him, Well done, thou good and faithful servant: thou hast been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over many things: enter thou into the joy of thy lord.

He also that had received two talents came and said, Lord, thou deliveredst unto me two talents: behold, I have gained two other talents beside them.

His lord said unto him, Well done, good and faithful servant; thou hast been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over many things: enter thou into the joy of thy lord.

Then he which had received the one talent came and said, Lord, I knew thee that thou art an hard man, reaping where thou hast not sown, and gathering where thou hast not strawed:

And I was afraid, and went and hid  thy  talent in the earth: lo, there thou hast that is thine.

His lord answered and said unto him, Thou wicked and slothful servant, thou knewest that I reap where I sowed not, and gather where I have not strawed:

Thou oughtest therefore to have put my money to the exchangers, and then at my coming I should have received mine own with usury.

Take therefore the talent from him, and give it unto him which hath ten talents.

For unto every one that hath shall be given, and he shall have abundance: but from him that hath not shall be taken away even that which he hath.  
 MT 25: 13-29





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The pineal gland was the last endocrine gland to have its function discovered. Its location deep in the brain seemed to indicate its importance. This combination led to its being a "mystery" gland with myth, superstition and even metaphysical theories surrounding its perceived function.

Rene Descartes called the pineal gland the "seat of the soul", believing it is unique in the anatomy of the human brain in being a structure not duplicated on the right and left sides. This observation is not true, however; under a microscope one finds the pineal gland is divided into two fine hemispheres.

The pineal gland is occasionally associated with the sixth chakra (also called Ajna or the third eye chakra in yoga). It is believed by some to be a dormant organ that can be awakened to enable "telepathic" communication.

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The Light Of The Body

The light of the body is the eye: if therefore thine eye be single, thy whole body shall be full of light.
But if thine eye be evil, thy whole body shall be full of darkness. If therefore the light that is in thee be darkness, how great is that darkness!
No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon.   MT 6:22-24  

Notice there is a correlation 

between living in darkness, 

serving mammon and living in 

light, serving God.

                       
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