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Great Eclipse & Solar Maximum: May Affect The Power Grid of Your Mind!

For over 300 years, Parkinson's has been associated with a loss of pigmentation from the human brain. Termed neuromelanin (NM) to distinguish it from other melanin sources found throughout the body, it is absent at birth and naturally increases throughout a person's lifetime, accelerating in synthesis and accumulation in adolescence.It appears in greatest quantities in the Black male and Female of human brain, in lesser amounts in some other non-human primates, but is absent from the brain in many lower species.

During the 2024 eclipse, the Sun will be in solar maximum, when the magnetic field is more like a tangled hairball. Streamers will likely be visible throughout the corona. In addition to that, viewers will have a better chance to see prominences – which appear as bright, pink curls or loops coming off the Sun.

Periodic episodes of increased sunspot activity (solar electromagnetic storms) occur with 10–11 and 5–6 year periodicities and may be associated with measurable biological events. Spiritualists are expecting those Eumelanated people to be strongly affected positively by the eclipse. Primarily, photic biological timekeeping is a core property of life on Earth. Common examples are the sleep/wake cycle, body temperature change, and release of hormones such as melatonin and cortisol. Circadian biological timekeeping clocks with common elements have emerged everywhere over several billion years, having been conserved phylogenetically (pertaining to the evolution of bacteria to plants to insects to mammals—with some evolutionary divergence of different gene products (homologs) of the core oscillator components (VIBRATIONS)!

The processes of chemical evolution are responsible for the origin of life. Three such processes have special importance: oscillation, creation, and competition. An oscillation from one kind of environment to another provides a mechanism for instituting processes that can only take place under conditions far removed from equilibrium. Oscillating evolutionary processes are likely to have played an important part in the origin of life. Whether or not this vibration will create an environment that pushes a type of species mutation or evolution is unknowable.

Essentially endogenous daily timekeeping provides fitness and survival advantage this biological circadian system has evolved to help humans adapt to changes in our environment and anticipate changes in radiation, temperature, and food availability. Without this endogenous circadian clock, Homo sapiens would not be able to optimize energy expenditure and the internal physiology of the body. (Gachon et al., 2004; Bell-Pedersen et al., 2005; Looby and Loudon, 2005; Sandrelli et al., 2008; Harmer, 2009).

Circadian rhythms are important regulatory processes, which almost universally are used to harmonize physiology and behavior with the environmental 24 hour geophysical cycles of light and temperature caused by daily changes in the relationship of Earth and the Sun. The highest melatonin levels in humans are in African-Americans. The synthesis and release of melatonin are stimulated by darkness, melatonin is the "chemical expression of darkness" and inhibited by light. Photic information from the eye's retina is transmitted to the pineal gland through the suprachiasmatic nucleus of the hypothalamus (SCN) which is the central pacemaker of the circadian timing system and regulates most circadian rhythms in the body. And the sympathetic nervous system. SCN-mediated heightening of rhythms is directly correlated with decreased anxiety-like behavior calm moods and consciousness raising preparedness.

Scientists using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in neurotypical White and African American persons. After controlling for variables such as age, sex, years of education, and total brain volume, reported that African American participants had a greater brain volume of the left orbitofrontal cortex than White participants. The orbitofrontal cortex (OFC) is a prefrontal cortex region in the frontal lobes of the brain which is involved in the cognitive process of decision-making. Evidence thus shows that the Black brain is different pertaining to the orbitofrontal cortex which is involved in decoding and representing primary reinforcers such as taste and touch; in learning and reversing associations of visual and other stimuli to these primary reinforcers. (Even though the White non-Hispanic population has been steadily declining for 50 years, African Americans and Hispanic/Latinos only represent 5 and 1% of participation in human research, while Whites represent over 70%!

Melanin is reported to have a vital role as an antioxidant by neutralizing the free radicals that cause stress on many parts of the body. Melanin is well known for its antioxidant property by reducing the generation of reactive oxygen species. Due to natural selection, people who lived in areas of intense sunlight developed dark skin coloration to protect against ultraviolet (UV) light, those with lighter complexions died off as melanin mainly protects the body from folate depletion which causes infertility and low sperm rate. The amount of melanin of which there are five types identified offered specific advantages including neurological ones.

A major difference in brain morphology notable among Whites is the non functioning, calcification or absence of a Pineal gland! The pineal gland is a neuroendocrine organ which develops from the diencephalon. Although the primary function is the secretion of melatonin, the role in human growth and development has not been entirely defined. Although exceptionally rare, the absence of the pineal gland has been recorded as an incidental finding on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)of White subjects. An impaired pineal gland leads to hormonal imbalance. Sexual disorders are caused by the dysfunction of the pineal gland. Pineal gland agenesis has been observed in murine and humans with mutations in the paired box gene 6 (PAX6), where the pineal gland along with other brain and eye abnormalities has been observed Subjects can live without a pineal gland. However, the body may have a difficult time with sleeping patterns and other physiologic functions related to the circadian rhythm without a pineal gland due to a lack of melatonin.

The pineal gland in some populations tends to calcify as you age. While some calcification is normal, excessive calcification can prevent your pineal gland from functioning properly. Some studies have revealed that the degree of calcification of the pineal gland is higher in those affected by Alzheimer's disease. In children under the age of 5 years, no calcification is present but prevalence increases rapidly with age, reaching a plateau at about 30 years of age. The incidence of PGC has been found to vary among different populations. In earlier studies, the incidence of PGC was reported for several populations as follows: 16-20% in White Americans, 6.7% in African-Americans,13% in Japanese,19–24% in Indians, and only 5% in West Africans.

Additionally, the pineal gland is associated with the third eye center and with Melatonin, which has also been isolated in the pineal gland. We know this hormone influences our sleep patterns, believed to strengthen our immune system, reduce stress, and slow aging. Additionally, depression as stated previously is associated with low melatonin production. Spiritualists believe if we aren't getting enough sleep, we don't recover and replenish enough to generate the energy required to operate in higher states of existence.


This practice helps us receive light energy into our systems and to awaken our third eye. It is suggested that it be done during sunrise or sunset when the UV rays are at their lowest or after the eclipse has commenced wearing protective eye covering to avoid permanent eye damage...but do it on a regular basis when you can safely or when there is sun available (peering through all of those cloudy days). Sit outside somewhere comfortable where you can face the sun DO NOT LOOK DIRECTLY INTO THE SUN. If you live somewhere where it is cloudy often and the sun is obscured, consider still sitting outside and doing this practice, but also see below for additional safety precautions and ideas.

1.Close your eyes.

2.Focus your awareness on breathing.

3.With your eyelids still closed, draw your "Drishti", (your focused gaze), up to the place between your brows.

4.Inhale all the sun’s light into the third eye. If you don't have much light, imagine the light of the sun being received thru the third eye.

5.Imagine this light piercing thru the veils obscuring your connection with your intuition.

6.Listen to your soul voice.

7.Relax and breathe here for 5-10 minutes.

8.After some time of light absorbing, journal what it is you are calling into your life.

The U.S. Census has created racial categories that include White and African American people, allowing the self-identification of individuals in groups that represent their community and cultural background (Anderson et al., 2004). In a segregated society, racial identity has emerged as the sense of collective identity based on a perceived common heritage with a racial group (Helms, 1995), promoting wellbeing and protection against racism in African Americans (Hughes et al., 2015). In this sense, Afro-American identity is constituted by an African conscience that establishes behaviors, spirituality, and ancestral knowledge affecting self-concept, self-esteem, and self-image. Moreover, racism and oppression, rooted in a historical background of environmental and interpersonal adversity, have caused a mental and physical negative pathologizing of their identity (Toldson and Toldson, 2001).

In contrast, White American identity is rooted in social and economic privileges (McDermott and Samson, 2005) that establish racial attitudes, beliefs, behaviors, and experiences in a racially hierarchical society (Schooley et al., 2019). From this perspective, racial identity is defined and addressed as a social construct from which racial groups are socially created to attach differences between groups (Anderson et al., 2004). In this sense, the descriptive results in our sample related to years of education indicate that participants identified as African American reported less years of education than White participants; moreover, Whites tend to report higher economic income than African Americans. These results reflect the inequalities in education (Johnson, 2014; Hill et al., 2017) and socioeconomic status (Hardaway and McLoyd, 2008) between White and African American people.

Low socioeconomic status has been associated with reduced educational achievement in middle-aged persons (Chan et al., 2018). In addition, diverse studies have indicated that socioeconomic status and parental education strongly influence cerebral cortical thickness, surface area, and volume during childhood (Noble et al., 2015; Farah, 2017), particularly average cortical thickness in neonates of African American mothers (Jha et al., 2019). Although our analysis was adjusted for economic income and education, these are only dimensions of socioeconomic status that also imply prenatal and postnatal factors such as biological risks (e.g., nutrition and toxin exposure), psychosocial stress, variability in cognitive and linguistic stimulation, and parenting practices during childhood (Farah, 2017).

Our results referred to differences in volume, cortical thickness, and surface area in diverse brain regions between distinct racial identities are most likely due to these prenatal and postnatal factors anchored in racial inequalities. In this regard, it has been reported that African Americans, compared to the White population, have a higher risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease due to exposure to air pollutants (Climate Justice) (Younan et al., 2021), access to healthcare (Cooper et al., 2010) and educational disparities(Social Justice) (Peterson et al., 2020). Moreover, racism and discrimination have been related to higher levels of blood pressure (Lewis et al., 2009), preterm infant birth (Collins et al., 2011; Dominguez, 2011), and stressful life experiences (Williams, 2018). One way to counter these stressors that destroy the pineal gland is to remove processed sugar from diet and replace with honey, drink 3 glasses of water a day eliminate flouride from your system.Proper pineal gland function means getting a full 8-hours of sleep a night, exposing yourself to natural light during the day, and shutting off electronics before you head to bed. The more you take care of yourself, the better your pineal gland will take care of you.


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