Pineal Gland Part 3 – What’s going Wrong and How to Fix It.

In our last two blogs on the Pineal Gland, we looked at some of the many connections for this small gland and spiritual development. From being called the ‘principle seat of the soul’ to the ‘Third Eye’, we saw how many mystery schools, religions, cults, philosopher and even politicians have viewed this hidden gland with reverence and even ah. Some have gone as far as calling it a star gate to other dimensions.

It appears that coherence of the crystals and water inside the pineal gland, as well as other places in the body, plays a large role in it function as a portal system to lucid dreaming, psychic events, vision and possible spiritual evolution.

This bring up a few questions

  1. What, if anything is holding us back from this coherence?
  2. How can we activate this coherence?

Holding us Back

There are many things that might keep us from Pineal Gland coherence. Here are three.

  1. General over all poor health.
  2. Lack of (or too much) focus in ones life.
  3. Calcification of the pineal Gland.

General Health

The Pineal Gland is almost like the bubble in a level. If life (physical, emotional, mental or spiritual) is out of level, the bubble is not in the middle and therefore coherence cannot happen. To have the Pineal Gland balanced and coherent, one has to have their life in order.  This is not to say that sometimes a person will not have a vision when in poor health, as this sometimes happens. These incidences are not sustained coherence.


Interestingly, lack of and too much focus seem to cause the same problem with the Pineal Gland.  Again, it is all about balance. As suggested in earlier blogs, too much focus can cause health issues like Multiple Sclerosis (MS), also most often having calcification of the Pineal Gland. Coherence cannot happen unless a direction of focus is maintained, but not too fanatically focused on. So the lesson here is almost a soft fuzzy focus in the direction of the intended coherence. It is similar to why a person has a hard time seeing an aura if they look too hard at a person; only perceiving them when they kind of get a fuzzy focus (out of the ‘side of their eyes’) look at a person. Coherence comes with just the right amount of focus, not too much, nor too direct, but just right. It is a feeling, a state of mind, or field, more than pure hard work. It is something that comes with practice — a Zone. Meditation is one of the best things to aid in obtaining that zone of feeling. Two other ways to lighten up ‘too much focus’ are laughter and hugging. Laughter is still one of the best medicines of all, as it creates that soft fuzzy feeling around everything. Hugging can give us strong surges of oxytocin, which bonds us and make us feel good all over. It relaxes the stiffness in a person, breaking down strong boundaries or even barriers. Of course this is another area ripe for Flower Essence.

Calcification of the Pineal Gland

This one of the biggest areas to affects pineal gland function. Let look at some of the causes of calcification of the Pineal Gland. There are several so we will just look at some of the most common ones:

  1. Aging
  2. Fluoride
  3. Aluminum oxide
  4. Inflammation


Even though, it appears that calcification of the pineal Gland is a natural process of aging. Many are starting to question this. There are many younger people that have more calcification then older people in recent years. Again meditation, yoga, Tai chi, Qi Gong, will aid in keeping this area flexible. Visualization, vision seeking, lucid dreams, guided meditation all will help this area. Remember in the last Blog we showed how guided meditation could help activate the Pineal Gland.


There has been lots of research released since Dr. Jennifer Luke from the University of Surrey in England in 1997 found that fluoride could cause calcification of the Pineal gland.  Animals treated with fluoride not only had lower levels of melatonin as expected, but female animals experienced an early onset of puberty. Due to the interference of melatonin production in the animals in response to the fluoride treatment, the hormonal triggers that are responsible for puberty were disturbed. This is something we are seeing quite commonly in North America young girls these days.

Dr. Luke summarized the findings:

“In conclusion, the human pineal gland contains the highest concentration of fluoride in the body. Fluoride is associated with depressed pineal melatonin synthesis by prepubertal gerbils and an accelerated onset of sexual maturation in the female gerbil. The results strengthen the hypothesis that the pineal has a role in the timing of the onset of puberty.”

It is amazing that the medical (and dental) communities are so resistant to connecting the increase of cognitive decline in adults (Alzheimer’s and various dementia’s), and behavioral issues in children (ADD, ADHD, depression and learning disabilities of all kinds) with calcification of the Pineal Gland and fluoridation. There have been over 23 human studies and 100 animal studies linking fluoride to brain damage.  It is not new information, as some of the first papers were written in the Journal of the American Medical Association in September of 1943.

Still a very high percentage of North American drink fluoridated water and get fluoride treatment to strengthen their teeth. Many feel that the whole fluoridation process was a con, to get rid of large amounts of waste products from both the Aluminum and radiation industries. Be it as it may, taking in Sodium Fluoride seems not only to be detrimental to your health, it may keep you from experiences your higher self.

Interestingly even though Sodium Fluoride seems to be a problem, taking Calcium Fluoride in the form of a tissue salt (Homeopathically 12x) can decrease calcification of soft tissues, including the Pineal Gland.  It is also used to make a person more flexible.

The fluoride question goes even deeper though. One of the most common drugs used for depression in the past has been Prozac (Fluoxetine). It is a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI), which has fluoride as a major component of it. Prozac is approved for the treatment of major depression (including pediatric depression), obsessive-compulsive disorder (in both adult and pediatric populations), bulimia nervosa, panic disorder and premenstrual dysphoric disorder.

Over the last several years I have had many patients tell me the same thing about Prozac. Yes they were less depressed, but they felt cut off from their spirit, their deeper self. When you hear the same thing said by many unconnected people over several years, it is easy to see a pattern. Looking at the molecule of Prozac, you can see the three green atoms of fluoride. These seem to aid in at least blocking this portal system and most likely calcifying the Pineal Gland. These patients were coming in for something that would help reduce their depression, but still help them maintain the deeper connection with themselves. Fortunately with medicinal mushrooms and Flower Essences we could almost always assist them in going off the SSRI, without having rebound depression and help them feel more connected again.

This of course points firmly again to the fluoride blocking the flow of energy through the Pineal Gland, as well as causing calcification.

 Aluminum oxide

There is some evidence that Aluminum oxide can increase calcification of the Pineal Gland. There are many sources of aluminum exposure including aluminum cookware, anti-perspiration cosmetics, and some people even contend Chem-trails. It seems prudent to reduce this exposure as much as possible.


Inflammation in the body, especially inflammatory autoimmune issues such as Rheumatoid Arthritis and Lupus appears to increase the rate of calcification of soft tissues in the body. So one possible way to decrease calcification would be by trying to decrease inflammation using supplements. A C-reactive protein blood test can measure your level of inflammation. High levels are considered to be markers for heart disease as well as chronic autoimmune disorders.

Supplements that are considered to be effective against inflammation include Devil’s Claw, Turmeric, Stinging Nettle, Fish Oil, Medicinal Mushroom, Protolithic enzymes, homeopathics and others.

Again it is important to realize that some of these autoimmune diseases are the direct result of living life out of balance. When ever possible, we should try to balance out life, maybe by spending a bit more time in nature or a holiday and meditation. Diet, and D-toxing can be a big equalizer here, by eliminating acid forming foods, dairy, flour and sweets out one life for a while.

Activating the Coherence

We have already looked at things to avoid and a few supplements above that might aid in this process, but what else can be done? In earlier blogs we discussed Guided Meditation like Alexandra Luppold’s Dolphin Sun Activation 21 day Workshop (, and Tom Keyon’s Pineal Dimensional Attunement, given to him from the Hathors. But there are other things that seem to aid.

One of the vitamin supplements that seems to aid in this process are the Folates, as in the form of Folic Acid. It is interesting that a fetus has a high need for folates during the period of developing the neural tube and the Pineal Gland after the 21st day. It seems that the minimum is 1 mg daily, but 5 – 40 mg seems even better. This is in the same dosage range we use to reduce restless leg syndrome (often considered a lack of being grounded). The best form to take the folates though is in the form of Metafolin (L-5-MTHF). Metafolin is the natural form of folic acid used at the cellular level for DNA reproduction, the cysteine cycle and the regulation of homocysteine among others. The body can directly uses it; instead of the 5 – 8 chemical steps that folic acid has to go through to be useful.

Contrary to some popular opinion, taking Melatonin does not help this process; in fact it appears to reduce it, creating a dependency. I am not talking about the occasional use of melatonin; I am talking about its use on a regular basis. Only use it when having jet lag, or to help readjust circadian rhythms. It still appears that regulating sleep patterns to be closer to natural cycles (not staying up late under synthetic lights and raising with the sun) is the best way to work with circadian rhythm and to aid in your own production of melatonin. Spend time outside in natural sunlight when possible. In the winter we have employed light therapy in the morning (20 – 30 minutes) for seasonal affective disorder (SAD), along with Flower Essences, Saint John’s Wort and medicinal mushrooms.

This is not to say that melatonin is not important. Many people feel it is one of the more important hormones to have activated in the 2012 – 2013 cusp time. In fact some point to the crop circle found almost a year ago on July 23, 2011, at Roundhill, Willshire, England. It appears to have the shape of the same chemical structure as melatonin. Does this mean that there is someone out there, wanting us to focus on melatonin, or its place of manufacture the Pineal Gland? (

Green foods, especially supplements like Chlorella can also be useful here. I suggest 1 – 4 grams daily.

In Conclusion

The following items are things to implement, or take to aid in increasing coherence and activation of the Pineal Gland.

  1. General over all poor health. Keeping in a good general state of health. Eating and living in balance with nature as much as possible.
  2. Lack of (or too much) focus in ones life.
    1. Laughter: one of human’s strongest medicines
    2. Hugging: to release our own Oxytocin
    3. Flower essence, Medicinal Mushroom; to balance out focus and used in many of the other area of activation.
  3. Calcification of the pineal Gland. Reduce with implementing the following protocols when appropriate.
  4. Aging
    1. Meditation, yoga, Tai chi, Qi Gong, will aid in keeping this area flexible
  5. 5.    Fluoride
    1. Calcium Fluoride in the form of a tissue salt (Homeopathically 12x)
    2. Reduce use of fluorinated water, or drugs that contain fluoride.
  6. Aluminum oxide: reduce exposure.
  7. Inflammation: reduce when possible.
    1. Devil’s Claw, Turmeric, Stinging Nettle, Fish Oil, Medicinal Mushroom, Protolithic enzymes and others
    2. Balancing out ones life by spending more time in nature, D-toxing and eating better.
  8. Directed Meditation or other forms of Pineal Activation
  9. Folates: Metafolin (L-5-MTHF) or folic acid 1 – 40 mg daily

10. Reduce melatonin and replace with the following when appropriate.

  1. Spending time in Sunlight. Readjust ones life closer to the sun cycles.
  2. Saint John’s wort
  3. Light therapy