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How much Ultraviolet Light do you presently have stored in your Pineal Gland aka 3rd eye. Before Aristotle, Socrates and Descartes knew that the Pineal Glands in their kind (whites) were static (not fluid, largely calcified and filled with the same carcinogenic (pink and yellow) Pheomelanin that the pigment in their skin is composed of, they (the West’s greatest philosophers) referred to it (the Pineal) as the ‘seat of God in the human soul.” And, although the knowledge that our (people of color) Pineal Glands were/are tfab-whats_in_your_3rd_eye_light_or_darknessfluid, largely non-calcified and filled with the same God particle (Eumelanin) that our skin absorbs was in the world, it was not published in Western scientific documentation. The question, “how much Ultraviolet Light do you presently have stored in your Pineal Gland aka 3rd eye” becomes relevant now because we now know that it (the Pineal) is activated by light (and, specifically, Ultraviolet Light). So, then, the correlation that the Pineal or 3rd eye’s ability i.e. power being directly dependent upon the amount of light reserved therein can be made. 

The Ultraviolet Light necessary to activate the Pineal Gland, however, has not always been present – atleast not in the recorded history of these generations of man and mankind’s documentation of atmospheric conditions upon the earth.

The phenomenon which we call the ozone hole was first discovered in the 1980s. The ozone hole isn’t actually a “hole” in the literal sense, but rather more of a wearing thin of the normal ozone levels. It is defined by the scientific community as anywhere in which the amount of column ozone in the atmosphere is under 220 Dobson Units. The ozone hole now occurs every year in Antarctica between the months of September and November, which is the South Pole’s springtime. During this time, ozone levels over most of Antarctica are reduced by about 60% of their usual amount.(Source)


In September and October over Antarctica, loss of ozone and consequent increased levels of UV-B radiation at the surface are now commonly twice as high as during other times of the year. High UV-B exposures occur in nearby regions at both poles, including some regions where people live, such as Scandinavia, most of Europe, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, and the southern region of South America. Exposures get especially high in regions of elevated altitude, such as in the Andes Mountains, and
a-tfab-tpgiabl-a1in places that are relatively free of clouds at certain times of the year, such as South Africa and Australia during their summer (December to February). In July, very high exposures appear over the Sahara, Saudi Arabia, southwestern United States, and the Himalayan Mountain regions in northern India and southern China. The equatorial regions have their maximum exposure in the spring and autumn, with higher values during the autumn due to decreased cloud cover. (Source)

The differences between how Ultraviolet Light affects dominant gene beings whose epidermis is composed of the black and brown pigment Eumelanin – that absorbs the UV verses how it affects recessive gene creatures whose pigment is composed of pink and yellow Pheomelanin is a topic Western science intentionally publishes misinformation on and most often notes as un-researched.

tfab-types_of_light-master-text-cracker_added1We do however know that the same Eumelanin enriching our skin is found in the irises of pur eyes, already in our Pineal Glands, abundantly in our skin and absorbed by the neuromelanin in our brains. Likewise, the same easily destroyable Pheomelanin they (white people) are composed of is in same areas of their bodies. Fundamentally, this means that while UV has a negative impact on them (white people), it – when taken in properly – has a positive affect upon us.

“But due to their poor ability to (re)adapt to the current minor shifts in the environment without high susceptibilities to skin cancers like squamous and basal cell carcinomas, melanomas and cataracts the long term affects of global warming and ozone depletion negatively impact the fair skinned moreso than those with darker pigments. Who’s evolving, we’re evolving!” Yakub Muslim minister Jacobi Ali