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      Magnetic Pineal Gland Stimulation Experiment

      Hey everybody, I'll be conducting an experiment over the next 4 weeks. I'll be attaching the north end of a long cylindrical magnet to a hat, which will be pointed at my pineal gland. Walter Rawls did this (read quote below) for 30 minutes a day and after two weeks he says he started to see ghosts. I'm willing to bet that the magnet tunes your pineal gland into another universe which you start to perceive. So I'm putting it to the test.

      The magnet costs $19.31 and is a 1/2" diameter, 3" long cylindrical magnet, surface gauss strength 6577, from KJ Magnetics (kjmagnetics DOT com/proddetail.asp?prod=D8Z0).

      I made a ball of duct tape to put under the magnet to angle it at my pineal gland. Then just taped the magnet on. It sits right at my third-eye.

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      For anyone else who wishes to do this experiment:
      - The magnet has to be a permanent magnet, because they have a consistent magnetic field, electromagnetic fields change when the wires heat up (it causes resistance in the wire)
      - The point of the experiment is to have the north end of the magnet on your pineal gland, so we're trying to remove the south end, so the longer the magnet the better (don't try this with a flat disc or a small radio shack magnet, it won't work)
      - CHECK ORIENTATION, get a compass and check which side is north or south before attaching it to the hat, the south end of the compass will be attracted to the north end of the magnet, supposedly the southern end will harm you

      The theory behind this is also from Walter Rawls (keelynet DOT com/biology/biomag2.htm):
      [Walter rawls and Albert Roy Davis] found that each pole of a magnet has SPECIFIC effects that are quite different from those of a full magnet where both poles are applied simultaneously. These polar effects are demmed "mono-polar" for one pole. The poles spin in opposite directions and have opposite properties.

      Specifically, North Pole energies cause mass to contract and condense, rotating in a CCW direction, while South Pole energies cause mass to expand and dissipate, rotating in a CW direction.
      Now for the results of Walter's experiment (keelynet DOT com/energy/dimshift.htm):
      Walter Rawls, who worked with the effects of monopolar magnetic fields on matter with the late Albert Roy Davis, told me in a telephone conversation of his experiments with a North pole magnet situated over the pineal gland.

      A mask was made which held the North pole end of a long cylindrical magnet over the pineal gland. The purpose was to stimulate the gland and see if there was anything to this 'third eye' business. Exposure was in the range of 10-30 minutes per day over a period of about 4 weeks.

      Within the first week, he was sitting at his desk reading documents when he noticed something move out of the corner of his eye. As he looked up, the ghostly figure of a man had walked through one wall, moved across the room and disappeared through another wall. The figure was totally unaware of Walter. Further exposures to this North pole field took place over a second and third week.

      The second week, the same ghostly figure moved through the room and glanced toward Walter as he passed through. This time, the figure appeared to have slightly more detail, not quite so ghostly.

      The third week, busy working on documents, Walter noticed a change in the room. When he looked up, the wall had dissolved away and he was looking at a small hill where a man and woman sat beneath a tree. It was the same ghostly male figure who he'd seen on the other occasions. He sat quite still, watching this pastoral scene for several minutes.

      The man looked over toward Walter and appeared startled. It was as if he clearly SAW Walter this time and possibly recognized Walter as the ghost he had seen the previous week! The image faded away and the wall restored to its normal condition. From that moment on, Walter never used the pineal stimulator again.

      In conversations about this, with Walter and other interested people, it was mentioned that there is a theory that we have multiple energy bodies, much like the KA and the BA of ancient Egypt. Each energy body lives in another reality, yet communicates with our consciousness here in this reality.

      Another comment was that consciousness simply creates an energy body in whatever reality it VISITS. Prolonged presence in a given reality increases the density of the energy body, moving from a phantom, ghostly form that was at first not easily perceptible to the inhabitants of the other reality until the intruding energy body had become sufficiently dense to trigger their senses.

      That could explain why repeated exposures would add density to Walter's other reality body, allowing its denizens to perceive him, thus the startled reaction from the male figure.
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      Sounds interesting, keep us updated about the results.

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      Wore it for an hour yesterday, nothing crazy happening yet.

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      Do you also meditate? Maybe you should try to record difference in visuals whilst meditating aswell

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      Quote Originally Posted by daban View Post
      Do you also meditate? Maybe you should try to record difference in visuals whilst meditating aswell
      No I don't meditate, although that's definitely something to try.

      I've actually done this experiment before and did see some things after a week, but then I was to afraid to continue. So let's see how this four weeks goes.

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      Thank You

      This topic inspired me to create an account just to respond..

      Believe me or not, ive had similar experiences completely naturally.

      A specific entity has been borderlining on my peripheral vision without letting me fully ever perceive it. its very vague and it has proven itself as "not a result of schizophrenia", its hard to explain but please trust me, i am positive of this fact.

      It occasionally gives me very insightful knowledge through the use of overly potent coincidences, it never fails and happens almost immediately so i am sure that its not schizophrenia, though i have definitely questioned it.

      My very first encounter was in my backyard, where I heard sounds of unearthly music. the music sounded nothing like anything i have ever heard. Once i entered my home, the sounds immediately shifted to torturous moans, which scared me completely. By the time i entered my room, the experience was over.

      The being is friendly and is the only one i have encountered, but I did in fact hear something extremely unsettling and it could have come from an unrelated source. Only once has this negative situation happened.

      At the height of all experiences, the being mimics me perfectly and stares directly into the right side of my face while apparently ignoring how awkward i felt because of it. from what i was able to see, it is very tall, at least 8 ft. it may have multiple faces but i am not sure.

      Reading this makes the entire situation make a bit more sense to me, i am glad that I'm not just a crazy LDer.
      I've considered linking the phenomenon with fractal elves, and i have come to the conclusion that these entities exist at different frequencies (NOT universes) and are equally occupying the earth, but this is all i have figured out. They also seem to be more aware of the entire situation than we humans are..maybe..most of them.

      I have told people and they never believe me, but this topic has (to me) confirmed that i am not a schizophrenic.

      To be honest, these experiences have scared me despite the welcoming nature, i am afraid of the unknown phenomenon that is this.

      Thank you, for i am not insane.
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      ^^ Here's a cautionary thought, Harothehobogod:

      Rather than base your mental condition on the remarkably questionable results from a remarkably questionable experiment, you might consider seeking professional help.

      After a rush of excitement many, many years ago, magnets have been found to have little to no effect on people, period. If magnetism worked the way deluded enthusiasts like Mr. Rawls profess, then the earth's magnetosphere would have turned us all into gods eons ago. And if that failed, anyone who got an MRI scan at the hospital would be reporting visits to alternate realities regularly -- yet none do. Magnetism is a part of our lives, and always has been; it is not a mystical force.

      Additionally, the pineal gland is not a mystical organ. After you set all quaint, ignorance-borne mythology and hopeful mysticism aside, the pineal gland is, well, just a gland. Though this experiment might represent some harmless fun, and could even produce a brief flash of expectation-based "results," it very likely is based on some very false, or at best breathlessly misguided, information.

      Specious web posts will only make you feel better, or more mentally secure, for a little while -- try not to base your life on them.

      Again, just a thought.

      P.S. to Sweetdreamer: I'm not disparaging your idea or OP, BTW; experiments like this can be great fun, and you might learn something new regardless, or gain some new skills or disciplines from doing the work -- good luck!
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      Quote Originally Posted by Harothehobogod View Post
      This topic inspired me to create an account just to respond..

      Believe me or not, ive had similar experiences completely naturally.

      A specific entity has been borderlining on my peripheral vision without letting me fully ever perceive it. its very vague and it has proven itself as "not a result of schizophrenia", its hard to explain but please trust me, i am positive of this fact.

      It occasionally gives me very insightful knowledge through the use of overly potent coincidences, it never fails and happens almost immediately so i am sure that its not schizophrenia, though i have definitely questioned it.

      My very first encounter was in my backyard, where I heard sounds of unearthly music. the music sounded nothing like anything i have ever heard. Once i entered my home, the sounds immediately shifted to torturous moans, which scared me completely. By the time i entered my room, the experience was over.

      The being is friendly and is the only one i have encountered, but I did in fact hear something extremely unsettling and it could have come from an unrelated source. Only once has this negative situation happened.

      At the height of all experiences, the being mimics me perfectly and stares directly into the right side of my face while apparently ignoring how awkward i felt because of it. from what i was able to see, it is very tall, at least 8 ft. it may have multiple faces but i am not sure.

      Reading this makes the entire situation make a bit more sense to me, i am glad that I'm not just a crazy LDer.
      I've considered linking the phenomenon with fractal elves, and i have come to the conclusion that these entities exist at different frequencies (NOT universes) and are equally occupying the earth, but this is all i have figured out. They also seem to be more aware of the entire situation than we humans are..maybe..most of them.

      I have told people and they never believe me, but this topic has (to me) confirmed that i am not a schizophrenic.

      To be honest, these experiences have scared me despite the welcoming nature, i am afraid of the unknown phenomenon that is this.

      Thank you, for i am not insane.
      i believe all of our frequencies are changing. rapidly. i also believe this is effecting everyone differently. especially when you put effort and WILL into what your experiencing. im going through some things and i've questioned my sanity multiple times. but in retrospect, we're all insane. i also more than not feel more [I]sane[I] than others. but like i said.. what is sanaty? its all about perspective. and what you do with it. will... and perspective.


      oh, and i love this idea and cant hear how it turns out for you. what i'm wondering is if this magnetism is effecting the already trace amounts of metals in and around your pineal gland. and if so? how much of this is actually affecting the pineal gland non directly through the magnetism or... directly? good luck and be safe! please keep us posted.
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      To Sageous:
      This is very true. I have been very cautious of forming a solid opinion on the matter because of this. But one thing is for certain: it happened, and i can relate to this. I myself am clearly skeptical, which is why I'm posting. The only reason I have not seeked professional help so far is because this is not an occasion that plagues me daily, or even monthly for that matter. And in the times where it does happen, it is at intervals which i am able handle. However, if I ever feel the need to seek help, I will do so and not lie to myself, as I am capable of acknowledging things retrospect. Thank you though, for your suggestions and concern.

      To cyaelO:
      me too, ive dabbled in the New Age theories before and they seem to be at least somewhat legit. I don't completely bask myself in it, but I definitely look into it from time to time, being a lucid dreamer and whatnot
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      Wow Harothehobogod that sounds like some serious stuff. Thanks for sharing. The paranormal is completely misundertstood.

      Everyone knows the mind, body, and spirit trinity. Science can tell us a lot about the mind, science can tell us a lot about the body, but science can't tell us one god damn thing about the spirit. We're effectively ignoring 1/3 of what makes us human.

      I lost the hat for a few days but now I'm back at it. I'm in this for the long haul.

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      I decided to do the experiment and I've been on it for 3 days now. I can definitely feel stimulation of my third eye, I don't know if it's because of the magnet or the fact that I've set the intention of stimulating it more.
      When the magnet has been on for a while and I meditate, I get a strong sensation in the area and I get this feeling that I get when I have smoked THC or DMT, it's an odd feeling and it is accompanied by easier visualisation and easier access to trance-state. Although the magnet is ofc a weaker version of that sensation in comparison to dmt/thc

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      Quote Originally Posted by daban View Post
      I decided to do the experiment and I've been on it for 3 days now. I can definitely feel stimulation of my third eye, I don't know if it's because of the magnet or the fact that I've set the intention of stimulating it more.
      When the magnet has been on for a while and I meditate, I get a strong sensation in the area and I get this feeling that I get when I have smoked THC or DMT, it's an odd feeling and it is accompanied by easier visualisation and easier access to trance-state. Although the magnet is ofc a weaker version of that sensation in comparison to dmt/thc
      Awesome! Glad you're feeling something. What size magnet are you using? After about a week and a half of an hour or so a day, you'll start seeing things. It should help with overall health and wellness also.

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      Quote Originally Posted by sweetdreamer1 View Post
      Awesome! Glad you're feeling something. What size magnet are you using? After about a week and a half of an hour or so a day, you'll start seeing things. It should help with overall health and wellness also.
      Yea I'll keep at it for a while, it's helping in my meditations.
      I use a 10x40 mm supermagnet.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Sageous View Post
      ^^ Here's a cautionary thought, Harothehobogod:

      Rather than base your mental condition on the remarkably questionable results from a remarkably questionable experiment, you might consider seeking professional help.

      After a rush of excitement many, many years ago, magnets have been found to have little to no effect on people, period. If magnetism worked the way deluded enthusiasts like Mr. Rawls profess, then the earth's magnetosphere would have turned us all into gods eons ago. And if that failed, anyone who got an MRI scan at the hospital would be reporting visits to alternate realities regularly -- yet none do. Magnetism is a part of our lives, and always has been; it is not a mystical force.

      Additionally, the pineal gland is not a mystical organ. After you set all quaint, ignorance-borne mythology and hopeful mysticism aside, the pineal gland is, well, just a gland. Though this experiment might represent some harmless fun, and could even produce a brief flash of expectation-based "results," it very likely is based on some very false, or at best breathlessly misguided, information.

      Specious web posts will only make you feel better, or more mentally secure, for a little while -- try not to base your life on them.

      Again, just a thought.

      P.S. to Sweetdreamer: I'm not disparaging your idea or OP, BTW; experiments like this can be great fun, and you might learn something new regardless, or gain some new skills or disciplines from doing the work -- good luck!
      I have to agree that whilst this is an interesting experiment, magnets do not effect humans in an extraordinary way. However, if you take that magnet and apply an electronic charge to it so that it becomes electromagnetism this experiment may then become more interesting. I have long read that we human beings are electromagnetic in nature, so it make sense that normal magnets would not do much to us - but what about electromagnets? could electromagnetism be the answer we're looking for? for true healing and psychic phenomena?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Eonnn View Post
      I have to agree that whilst this is an interesting experiment, magnets do not effect humans in an extraordinary way. However, if you take that magnet and apply an electronic charge to it so that it becomes electromagnetism this experiment may then become more interesting. I have long read that we human beings are electromagnetic in nature, so it make sense that normal magnets would not do much to us - but what about electromagnets? could electromagnetism be the answer we're looking for? for true healing and psychic phenomena?
      I'm not a physicist or anything but I think magnetic fields causes changes in electric fields? according to maxwells equation. And also, we're talking about influencing subtle fields

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      Yeah I'm not a physicist either, as far as I know magnets don't interfere with electronics except in the case of monitors and hard disk drives. In this case a hard disk drive records on a magnetic medium so the magnet interacts with it. As for monitors not sure...

      A magnetic pulse won't effect electronics but an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) will. Standing next to a large EMP could also knock you out cold. Its a very interesting field of study and I would love to know more about it.

      I think if we knew more about electromagnetism and magnetism in general this could lead to devices capable of healing any disease.

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      I'm not a physicist either, but I'm pretty sure that magnetism and electromagnetism are basically the same thing.

      Electromagnetism (EM) in its practical form (i.e., MRI's, EM pulses, linear accelerators) is simply, and literally, amped-up magnetism. I also think that theoretical physicists have come to combine magnetism and electricity into one name because, in terms of their actual physics, their properties are interchangeable and/or inter-reliant.

      I could be wrong, and no doubt am oversimplifying things, but suffice it to say that EM force is not that different from magnetic force, the only difference being that the real energy produced by electromagnets can be much greater, and much more focused, than naturally formed magnets.

      Oh, and if you still have a CRT TV screen in your home, hold a magnet near it, and you'll see that magnetism does indeed interfere with electric devices... Don't do it for too long, though, as it will destroy the TV (as I discovered, much to my father's chagrin, when I was about 10).

      Also for what it's worth, scientists, including neurobiologists, have been extensively using high-energy, focused EM. mostly in the form of MRI and fMRI devices (but certainly others as well) for many years and, though they've learned a lot about the specifics of brain function, there have been no great discoveries regarding magnetism and healing or psychic phenomena. This may be yet another wrong tree for us eager barkers...
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      Yeah I did a bit of reading on it and your more or less right, electromagnetism is amped-up magnetism. Its a confusing topic and you would really need a scientific background to understand it and all its implications. Even then, its all based on our understanding of gravity, mass and the theory of everything - which is still a work in progress.

      I'm not sure how CRT screens or plasma screens work so I'm not sure why a magnet manipulates it in such a way. But I know if I hold a magnet close to my mouse or keyboard it won't do anything.
      I would say its likely that magnetism and electromagnetism co-exist, so in the case of a fridge magnet it still produces an electric field albeit a very weak one.

      I did find this piece of information on wikipedia about bioelectromagnetics which says "A number of scientists and clinicians are attempting to use Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) to replace electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) to treat disorders such as severe depression." Its basically like a pulsed electromagnetic field. There is a lot of good information there which suggests there is still hope in the healing front for EM-related technology. One thing I found interesting was "Many behavioral effects at different intensities have been reported from exposure to magnetic fields, particularly with pulsed magnetic fields." and "a pulsed magnetic field originally designed for spectroscopic MRI was found to alleviate symptoms in bipolar patients".

      On a side note, have you ever created your own magnet by wrapping a shielded wire around a nail then attaching it to a battery? I wonder what would happen if we did this to ourselves? for example if I wrapped an extension cable around myself many times and plugged it in would that amplify my aura or psychic capabilities?
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      Quote Originally Posted by Eonnn View Post
      ...I wonder what would happen if we did this to ourselves? for example if I wrapped an extension cable around myself many times and plugged it in would that amplify my aura or psychic capabilities?
      Probably nothing because you haven't got enough conductive material in you to generate a magnetic field, and besides the wire is still insulated for your safety, so no real field is forming.* Again, as I said above, neurobiologists have been using EM at currents far higher than a 110v electromagnet, and have never stumbled upon supernatural phenomena (at least none that they're willing to admit ), so odds are that you will find nothing by doing this.

      That said, and though the experiment you describe is safe, I highly recommend that you do not do this, because -- especially after you discover insulated wire does nothing and deem to strip it -- you stand the chance of creating not a magnet but a very powerful closed AC circuit (aka, arc welder) that could potentially not show your aura but introduce you to a near (or actual) death experience. Among things better not messed with, I think, raw high amperage electricity ranks near the top.


      * Yes, the science-lab electromagnet uses insulated wire, but that insulation is quite thin and DC current operates in a different manner than AC that is more conducive to producing a polarized magnetic field (oh, and the nail is iron, which helps a lot too).

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      Thanks for the clarification sageous

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      Good input guys.

      There is a difference between an electrical field and a magnetic field. An EM field is a combination of both. But a magnet does create electricity and electricitiy does create magnetism.

      As for wrapping a wire around yourself I'd say that's a no-go. It would do nothing and would risk killing you.

      As for this experiment it's all about the contraction of liquids. Walter Rawls (as stated in the first post) discovered that the North end of a magnet contracts liquids. Everyone knows your third eye as that tingly spot on your forehead, just hold a finger over it and you can feel it start to tingle. That means by aiming the north end of a magnet at your pineal gland the liquids will start to contract and could possibly have some paranormal effects (if your third eye is indeed where these paranormal phenomena stem from).

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      Any results from this experiment yet?

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      Quote Originally Posted by eucsstamticc View Post
      Any results from this experiment yet?
      Nothing crazy happening yet. I skipped a week though. I'm going to go on for another week or two.

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      Quote Originally Posted by eucsstamticc View Post
      Any results from this experiment yet?
      I'm currently trying this experiment, with a magnet that came from the inside of a computer desktop harddrive. Very strong magnet. I tape it to center of my forehead, about 1/2 hour to one hour, every day. Been doing this about two weeks now, haven't noticed any experiences, yet.

      Hope I'm doing it right. In reference to the magnet, the side that " repels " metal, is the North side. I tape the magnet so the North side, is against my skin, on the forehead. This is how I am doing it.

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      Ok, it's November 10th, 2013. Yesterday, while I was getting ready to take a shower, in my basement ( very dark, just a dim light back in the corner where shower stall is ) As I was just getting ready to shower, a very bright light, like someone flicked on a very bright flashlight, showed up, near me, an area of about, maybe three foot in circumference, lit up the basement, for just a couple of seconds, then, went out. Very close to my body, say, five foot away. It didn't really scare me, but, it got my attention.

      I immediately thought of a portal opening up, to another dimension. That's what came to my mind. Nothing else strange happened, that I know of. I did not imagine this.

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