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Scientists refer to the pineal gland as the atrophied third eye. Indeed, it, along with the pituitary, is the third eye chakra or energy center, but are more dormant than atrophied. According to Max Heindels, in the distant past, man was in touch with the inner worlds through an activated pineal and pituitary gland. Considered the most powerful and highest source of ethereal energy available to humans, the third eye has always been important in initiating psychic powers (e.g. clairvoyance and seeing auras). Manly traces the historical significance of the gland and its spiritual value.

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explodes out all over when you open the box

I believe I listened to this at least 6x, mostly at 1.25 speed, but played the last at 1.0 - and there is still so much I didn’t understand or absorb. There is a surprising amount of medically technical and evolutionary info re the Pineal Gland which would have benefited from a good diagram. PDF anyone? I think it was the author bouncing between different spiritual pantheons on top of everything else that finally did me in.
Riddle has a pleasant voice but is hit-or-miss on pronunciations as simple as esoteric and protuberance. :::groan!::: He correctly pronounces one word in French then massacres Descartes. Yet Riddle seems to hold his own with the medical jargon. Go figure.

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Affirmation of the truth

It explains how the spiritually endowed children are misdiagnosed with developemental and mental challenges and treated with psychotropic drugs.

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Nice Listen

its seems to cover alot in a short period of time. I was very impressed by the flow of pronunciation of the Narrator, like he himself wrote it. I wish this was longer.

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Good, but free online

For those curious about the history of the pineal gland in esoteric thought this is packed full of information. You can also read it in its entirety on archive.org under Manly P. Hall’s “Man The Grand Symbol of the Mysteries”, Chapter XVI “The Pineal Gland, The Eye of God”

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Disappointed

This is a rip-off for 1 credit. It’s only 30min long, where’s the rest of the book?!!

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Great Information

Material is great. Authorship is solid. Narration is in a different ballpark. Unfortunately, the narrator turns the subject and material into monotonous listening.

Push through the narration and receive the material!

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Great content, deplorable pronunciation

Seriously what is up with this narrator. How do you read for a book like this & remain ignorant of the correct pronunciation of one of the most famous philosophers of all time

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Horrible pronunciation

Was this read by a bot? How can someone not pronounce one of the great philosophers of all time correctly?

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informative and brief

good information but a little too abbreviated. I would have liked to have heard information in more detail.

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Expected more

The felt raced through and car more "occultish" rather than a true welcome to the pineal gland-this is what it does for you.