Pineal Gland and Calcification
  • Al_Al_
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    Hi,

    i just read Tonys Book and i guess u all know which huge role our pineal gland play in the whole topic.

    So what do you think about that:

    The pineal gland is often seen in skull X-rays, when it is calcified (in old age).[26]

    Calcification of the pineal gland is typical in adults, and has been observed in children as young as 2. Calcification rates vary widely by country and correlate with an increase in age, with calcification occurring in an estimated 40% of Americans by their 17th year.[26] Calcification of the pineal gland is largely associated with corpora arenacea also known as "brain sand".

    Calcium, phosphorus,[14] and fluoride deposits in the pineal gland have been correlated with aging, showing that, as the brain ages, more deposits collect.[30]  reference:wikipedia.com

    Assuming Wikipedia is right about that ,wouldn't it be of prime importance not only stimulate the pineal and suppressing steroid activity but also finding ways to decalcify this special organ ?