Shield Your Pineal Gyroscopes



By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

Fluoride doesn’t calcify the pineal gland.

It does the opposite. Fluoride fluoridates the pineal gland.

Fluoride causes craters in your teeth and bones, and dissolves the calcite bio-crystals in the pineal gland.

It also dissolves the calcite bio-crystals in the inner ear.


Otoconia are calcite bio-crystals in both of the inner ears and also in the pineal gland.

Indeed, the pineal gland is just as much a Third Ear as it is a Third Eye.

The highly-calcified concretions known as otoconia are also bio-gyroscopes.


Fluoride isn’t the only thing that damages the otoconia in the inner ears and pineal gland.

Head trauma damages them. So do surgical trauma and chemotherapy.

So do streptomycin, tetracycline. acetazolamide, brinzolamide, dorzolamide, methazolamide, etc.


Pineal and inner ear otoconia are vulnerable to electromagnetic fields.


Simon Baconnier, Sidney. B. Lang, René De Seze (“New crystal in the pineal gland characterization and potential role in electromechno-transduction,” Apr. 3, 2014) wrote …

“Calcite in otoconia, microcrystals found in the inner-ear otolith, has been shown to exhibit piezoelectricity. These crystals have a structure similar to that of the pineal microcrystals.

“By that very fact the piezoelectric property of the crystals would allow them to interact with the electrical component of electromagnetic fields. A simplified formula applied to those crystals (f = v/2d) lets us think that these crystals could be sensitive to RF-EMF in the range of 500MHz to 2.5GHz depending on their size. This range contains portable wireless frequencies, GSM (872-960MHz), DCS (1710-1875MHz), UMTS (1900-1920MHz, 2010-2025MHz), or BlueTooth (2400-2483,5MHz).”

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'Shield Your Pineal Gyroscopes' have 3 comments

  1. January 11, 2019 @ 2:36 pm Atom

    Glaucoma is relieved by massaging the corners of the jaw.

    The gall bladder relates to glaucoma, and the urinary bladder relates to cataracts.–e-books.php#BNNT


    • January 12, 2019 @ 2:06 pm Nancy

      Hey ATOM….. What about pets….dogs ..cats…etc….would their glaucoma and cataracts benefit from messaging their jaws. ????? Thanks Nancy


      • January 12, 2019 @ 5:46 pm Atom

        Yes, for glaucoma (as long as one’s pet doesn’t get annoyed and bite).

        Cataracts are a dietary problem — often caused by progressive lipofuscinosis (Yellow Fat Disease) or vitamin E deficiency.


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