The pineal gland is not an organ for spiritual evolution.

It’s an organ for psychic evolution … a fifth tire (the spare one) as a back-up for the other four.

Unfortunately, most folks are using a schlocky spare donut tire to back them up, good for only 100 miles of psychic mileage.

The organ of spiritual evolution – and the polar counterpart to the Third Eye – is the medulla oblongata – the Mouth of God.

According to the Gospel of Matthew 4:4 …

“Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.”

Jumping on a trampoline or mini-trampoline helps calcify the soft tissue of the pineal gland in preparation for humankind’s journey to the stars.

“Brain sand” (corpora arenacea) is necessary for space travel and psychic development.

Brain sand is composed of …

(1) calcium phosphate,

(2) calcium carbonate,

(3) magnesium phosphate, and

(4) ammonium phosphate.

Can you guess which of these four chemical compounds is most necessary for space travel, psychic powers, and for “cloaking” (invisibility)?

The lens of the pineal gland is useless without it.

The pineal gland and pituitary gland together are known as SAND LAND – Havilah – due to their sand-like constituents.

Why is jumping on a trampoline so doggone good for your pineal gland?

Treadmill running puts the G forces mainly on the ankle …

(1) ankle = 3.0-12.0 Gz (gravitational force applied to the vertical axis of the body from head to foot)

(2) back = 0.9-3.9 Gz

(3) forehead = 0.8.-3.9 Gz

Trampoline jumping – the higher the better, according to the NASA-Ames Research Center – distributes the G forces throughout the body …

(1) ankle = 3.0-7.0 Gz

(2) back = 3.9-6.0 Gz

(3) forehead = 3.0-5.6 Gz.

Trampoline jumping has another advantage. Cells are “cleansed” by exposure to both …

(1) linear acceleration (acceleration in a straight line) and

(2) radial acceleration (acceleration in a change of direction).

Cells are also “cleansed” by the rhythmic change between positive G forces and negative ones and the “zero gravity” state in between.

Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) called the zero gravity state “cellular buoyancy,”

Positive acceleration (+Gz) pushes the brain to the “gray out” point – less blood in the brain.

Negative acceleration (-Gz) pushes the brain to the “red out” point – more blood in the brain.

According to Adano …

“A painful reflex point is an area of high water concentration with particles of conductive crystals. Big supercharger corpuscles are released by pain.”

“An area that you bump gets heavier as time goes on. Ice expands and gets heavier. A dead man is heavy.”

“A Reflexociser returns your energy. It provides gravity recoil.”

“Blue dye on the Reflexociser has a higher rebound energy. Black has the lowest. Choose your own color and energy rate.”

“Levitation is cellular buoyancy.”

“Levitation is catatonic suspension.”

“Levitation is hyperspace – antigravity. A black hole is hyperspace.”

“Helium is necessary for levitation. Do the Basic Five to levitate four inches off the ground. Helium and hydrogen act together.”

“Levitation is the intense biokinesis of the carbon dioxide interphasing with your own natural helium.”

“Thallium has a role in levitation. It takes gold, silver, and thallium to levitate and convert gold to lead.”

“Thallium is for levitation, hyperspace, and antigravity. Once you pass eight feet, then you can use the air as a pole. The air buoyancy effect is like the water displacement effect. 32 feet per second per second [32 ft/second squared] is the acceleration plateau – a pump can’t pump more than 32 feet. The astrological arm bracelet is a spaceship. UFOs are made of thallium, gold, silver, and copper.”

“If you want to learn how to levitate, learn how you float in water.”


'Turning On the Pineal Gland for Levitation & Hyperspace' have 12 comments

  1. January 15, 2013 @ 4:26 pm atomb

    Is it possible to levitate with a full bladder? ;)


    • January 15, 2013 @ 5:29 pm jean

      Yes, but only if you have a pee brain :)
      And it would piss off others greatly ;)


  2. January 15, 2013 @ 4:27 pm atomb

    Is it possible to levitate while exhaling? ;)


    • January 15, 2013 @ 5:27 pm jean

      A concentrated south-end exhalation should do it ;) (mine would! :-p)


  3. January 15, 2013 @ 7:22 pm lucy

    Hi Atom,
    Jumping for joy is good too?
    And how long do we have to jump in a trampoline? 3-5 a m,or anytime for psychic ?


    • January 15, 2013 @ 7:25 pm lucy

      have you float in a floatation tank?


      • January 17, 2013 @ 4:18 am atomb

        Not yet. How ’bout you? :)


    • January 17, 2013 @ 4:17 am atomb

      Levitation has been attributed to many Saints in various religions and cultures.

      The common denominator is ECSTASY.

      Jumping on a trampoline is beneficial any time.

      A minimum of 4 minutes and a maximum of 15 minutes every two hours – calibrated to acupuncture meridian times – is a fun experiment. :)


  4. January 15, 2013 @ 11:13 pm Pat Hodge

    So calcification of the pineal gland is optimal?

    Also, is it true that consumption of raw spinach and chard block calcium absorption?

    Thx, Pat


    • January 17, 2013 @ 4:25 am atomb

      It depends on the type of calcium.

      Read my latest blog (January 17, 2013) for more info.

      Denise Mortimore (The Complete Illustrated Guide to Nutritional Healing, 1998) wrote …

      “When spinach is cooked, the oxalic acid forms into crystals and the spinach’s beneficial properties are lost. Always eat spinach raw.”

      I first learned this from Swami Nitty-Gritty in the 1970s.

      The oxalic acid in chard may act differently. Spinach seems to be an exception to the rule.


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