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Essay:Findings of the spiritual third eye

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15:27, 17 May 2014 (UTC)15:27, 17 May 2014 (UTC)15:27, 17 May 2014 (UTC)~Findings of the spiritual 'third eye'. Thomas Glen. tglen9

Having worked voluntary with poorer children for forty years with a charitable Trust, I came to the conclusion that someone in the past had said that 'poverty of the mind was the worst poverty of all' and was true. As a Christian I studied philosophy and found that Descartes mentioned his finding a 'kernel', known as the pituitary gland and named this as the 'third eye'. The result has been that Descartes highlighted without his knowing the missing link of the material and the spiritual sensor and when stimulated by the love of our brothers and sisters - knowledge and enlightenment results. The disciples of Christ were a mix of academics and fishermen who knew of the natural world around them and this mix was most important in the spreading of the Gospel as it meant that both educated and uneducated peoples could become knowledgeable and enlightened. This metaphysical breakthrough has come in this new millennium for good reason as millions suffer wars and starvation and intervention of knowledge and enlightenment will sweep away man-made evil, bringing great love, peace and plenty to all peoples at this time.