The Relationship Between Time, the Pineal Gland, DMT and Human Health Alethea Black (Little A Books, Santa Monica, CA ) P1
Whatever holds true for the universe will also hold true for our bodies. Consciousness is all one canvas. Trying try to fix our illnesses by focusing on the body is like trying to fix a broken movie by focusing on the screen. If the universe is accelerating and expanding, so are we. How do we accelerate? Like a swing. At night, we gather density, so that during the day, we may gather speed. To hold together, the body's density and speed must increase in lockstep. We can't accelerate unless we're sufficiently dense; we can't gather density unless we're sufficiently fast. If the pineal gland perceives itself as more alkaline than its environment, it produces melatonin, and we go to sleep. Melatonin acts upon the parathyroids, which regulate calcium release and help to modulate our density. If the pineal gland perceives itself as more acidic than its environment, it produces dimethyltryptamine or DMT, and we wake up. Melatonin is the chemical signal for darkness and density; DMT is the chemical signal for daylight and speed. But if the pineal gland itself is cycling too quickly--is too acidic--it will misperceive the body as being alkaline (dense), and perpetually release DMT (autism spectrum disorder). If the pineal gland itself is cycling too slowly--is too alkaline--it will misperceive the body as being acidic (fast), and perpetually release melatonin (chronic fatigue syndrome). E=mc^2. If our metabolic rate (time) is too slow, our central nervous system (light) will cycle too quickly (Parkinson's). If our metabolic rate is too fast, our central nervous system will cycle too slowly (ALS). Why don't we perceive the perturbed core metabolic rate? Because our pH is inversely deranged--a corrective that masks it. If our basal metabolic rate is too alkaline, the body is forced to maintain a pH that's too acidic. If our basal metabolic rate is too acidic, the body is forced to maintain a pH that's too alkaline. We need to find a way to decouple the pH from the core metabolic rate, and measure each individually. We need to test pH not vertically, as a meaningless, obligate 7, but horizontally, as a range. Can we only expand and accelerate? Nope. We can also decelerate and contract. So let's work the twin-poled motion in reverse: time is slowing down, and light is speeding up. But what happens when we have light's speed going up and up inside the same amount of mass? It strains the M/E ratio. We have too much energy in too small a space. So what does it do? It splits. Cancerous cells are working time in reverse. Instead of speeding up and slowing down (increasing the metabolic rate and increasing the pH), they're slowing down and speeding up (decreasing the metabolic rate and decreasing the pH). To us, these cells appear to be cycling time too quickly, but in truth, because of their higher density, they're cycling time more slowly than we are--causing their light to cycle too fast.