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Oct 29, 2018

Almost every human being can see things in total darkness – The pineal gland, an endocrine gland in the brain, which corresponds to the Sahasrara Chakra, plays an important role in sensory perception in darkness –

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Almost every human being can see things in total darkness – The pineal gland, an endocrine gland in the brain, which corresponds to the Sahasrara Chakra, plays an important role in sensory perception in darkness –
I never fail to do a very simple exercise before going to bed. When I close my eyes, I sometimes sense as if I can see dress patters or handshape. We usually think that it is something like a residual image. However, when I wave my hand, I can see the movement with closed eyes. Therefore, it is unlikely that it is a residual image.

If I remember correctly, it says in the book “Odic Force” by Karl von Reichenbach that those who he calls sensitive individuals can start to see things after staying “in total darkness” for a while. It should be a matter of common knowledge that we cannot see anything without light. However, the author says that everything emits odic force and it shines itself. For example, a crystal on the table emits bright light from the tip and the light illuminates the ceiling in a circle.

He says that the point is to create “total darkness.” I think that I can probably see such landscape when being in total darkness. It appears that there is very beautiful and mysterious world shining like rainbows.

Reading the article below by In Deep with the above in mind, you can understand the article makes the great sense.

My personal opinion is that even living creatures in the cave which cannot perceive light with reduced eyes can see things around them. According to the article, the pineal gland which corresponds to the Sahasrara Chakra plays an important role in sensory perception in darkness.


According to an article posted yesterday by In Deep, fluorine calcifies the pineal gland. I think that it means that pineal calcification makes intuition never work and makes inner eye go blind. To put it simply, we don’t know right from wrong. We can say that it would be advantageous for Satanists.

October 18, 2018
Masatoshi Takeshita

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Shanti-phula has indicated some parts of the following text in black boldface type or in red letters.


English translation of an excerpt from a Japanese article: In Deep– September 22, 2018 –

“Giant eye appears in the sky” again. It reminds me of the fact: “The truth is that humans can see the power to see in complete darkness” or reminds me of the fact that “many living beings see things with the pineal gland.” 

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The retina has been found to have innate “night vision function.” 
(Tweet and its translation into Japanese is added by Shanti-phula)

Recently a group of Canadian and U.S. scientists has found: “Mamal’s retina motion-sensing nerve cells work in the dark.” Darkness heredoes not mean dim light but means “the state of total darkness without light.”  The study has led to a conclusion that “the retina works” in such total darkness, namely, it is likely that mammals” can see even in total darkness.” 
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Five years ago, in the research by the university in the U.S. <snip>  the paper was published <snip>  “Humans can see in total darkness.” 
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In Deep November 1, 2013
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Around 2013 I had already been convinced that “many living creatures see with the pineal gland.” I also think that “humans originally can see with function of nerve cell in total darkness.”
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To begin with, I’d like to introduce a 2010 article on the discovery about blind fish in Mexico made by researchers at Maryland University.

Blind Fish Sees With the Pineal GlandThe Epoch Times 2010.07.03

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It has been considered that blind fish cannot sense light.However, researchers at Mary Land University published a research paper in the “Journal of Experimental Biology” in 2008. According to the paper, the research demonstrated that blind fish see in another way.”
The research shows that fish eyes cannot function but fish detects light withpine cone-shaped pineal gland near the center of the brain.<snip>
Researchers continued their research by removing fish’s pine gland and one eye or two eyes to detect what they rely on to feel shadow. Both land fish and cave fish with both eyes removed showed the same behavior as they did, while only about 10 percent of fish with the pine gland removed responded to the shadow.
Researchersconsidered that the pine gland is an important factor in response to the shadow. They concluded that light cannot be detected only with the pine gland but there exists nerve connection system between the pine gland and motor system responding to the gland.
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I’d like to introduce another article from a news release of University of Rochester, which published the research results of “human glance in total darkness” in 2013.
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Seeing in the DarkUniversity of Rochester News Release October 31, 2013

Find a space with total darkness and slowly move your hand from side to side in front of your face. What do you see?

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The latest research finds that at least 50 percent of people can correctly follow the movement of their own hand with the eyeball even in the absence of all light.
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We think that we usually recognize view with the eye.But the brain has avery similar function,” Prof. Kevin Dieter, an expert on psychology at Vanderbilt University, says.

We have heard anecdotal reports that spelunkers in lightless caves are able to see their hands. It is called the “spelunker illusion.” Although this has been generally considered to be an illusion, this research result might demonstrate that such experiences are not illusions.
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