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Masson-Fontana staining confirmed the presence of melanin pigments in the human adult pineal gland. In 1-10 years age group, the pigments were present within the pinealocytes. In 11-20 years age group also, the pigments were in the pinealocytes only. In a-tfab-wiguiwb-master (1)21-30 year age group, the pigments were in the pinealocytes and appeared in the stroma in the areas of glial fibre predominance. In 31-40 years age group onwards, the pigments were present, in addition to pinealocytes, in the stroma among the fibres. As age advanced, the amount of extracellular pigments gradually increased, extracellular pigments were more concentrated, and the extracellular pigments were more clearly seen. There was no gender difference in the amount of melanin pigments.  (Source)

Because the melanin in our skin (Eumelanin [melanin composed of the black and brown pigment]) is responsible for it absorbing Ultraviolet Light, the fact that Western Science now notes that it is present in our Pineal Glands is significant because it means that it is being absorbed and processed there too. Central to this knowledge is that, before they knew their Pineal Glands were/are calcified and that ours are fluid, the greatest Western philosophers: Aristotle, Plato & Socrates all referred to the Pineal Gland as not only the mythological 3rd eye, but also as ‘the seat of God in the soul where the presence of God sits. With this set of knowledge, we also now know that the Pineal Gland is activated by light. As their health and stability of their epidermis, biological systems and mental faculties are jeopardized by the presence of Ultraviolet Light, their Pineal Glands (3rd eyes) are also corrupted by it.

The pineal gland is a tiny organ in the center of the brain that played an important role in Descartes’ philosophy. He regarded it as the principal seat of the soul and the place in which all our thoughts are formed. In this entry, we discuss Descartes’ views concerning the pineal gland. We also put them into a historical context by describing the main theories about the functions of the pineal gland that were proposed before and after his time.

The pineal gland is a tiny organ in the center of the brain that played an important role in Descartes’ philosophy. He regarded it as the principal seat of the soul and the place in which all our thoughts are formed. In this entry, we discuss Descartes’ views concerning the pineal gland. We also put them into a historical context by describing the main theories about the functions of the pineal gland that were proposed before and after his time.  Pre-Cartesian Views on the Pineal Gland , 1.1 Antiquity1.2 Late Antiquity1.3 Middle Ages1.4 Renaissance2. Descartes’ Views on the Pineal Gland2.1 The Treatise of Man2.2 Between the Treatise of Man and The Passions of the Soul2.3 The Passions of the Soul,  2.4 Body and Soul3. Post-Cartesian DevelopmentsReactions to Descartes’ Views,  Scientific DevelopmentsPseudo-ScienceConclusion