Calcite crystals in the Pineal Gland



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Calcite crystals in the Pineal Gland
08-25-2011, 05:25 PM (This post was last modified: 02-15-2015 11:06 PM by Lady Lara Croft.)
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The pineal gland develops during the second month of gestation as a diverticulum in the diencephalic roof of the third ventricle. It is flanked by the posterior and habenular commissures in the rostral portion of the midbrain directly below the splenium of the corpus callosum.


The velum interpositum is found rostral and dorsal to the pineal gland and contains the internal cerebral veins, which join to form the vein of Galen.

Pineal region tumors are derived from cells located in and around the pineal gland. The principle cell of the pineal gland is the pineal parenchymal cell or pinocyte. This cell is a specialized neuron related to retinal rods and cones. The pinocyte is surrounded by a stroma of fibrillary astrocytes, which interact with adjoining blood vessels to form part of the blood-pial barrier.

   

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08-29-2011, 12:54 AM
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08-29-2011, 01:10 AM
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I thought it meant some reproductive gland. I am sorry to have to profess my ignorance on this. I googled it.

Maybe I am still seeing double is all! bleep

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08-29-2011, 09:33 AM
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stfu Phill. Google is our friend here. I know it doesn't look it but believe me that couldn't be further from the truth.

what is calcite you might ask? In our bodies! ffs can you believe that? doom

   

What are the healing and metaphysical properties of calcite crystals?

Calcite crystal is used in energy healing and spiritual work as a cleansing, energizing healing stone. It can be used by professional healers, but it is also beneficial for anyone interested in the calming, spiritual connection created by this gemstone. Use the crystal healing properties of calcite to expand awareness, or simply for peace of mind.

so say she . . . . . http://brennacoleman.suite101.com/calcit...es-a205048

Calcite is a carbonate mineral and the most stable polymorph of calcium carbonate (CaCO3). The other polymorphs are the minerals aragonite and vaterite. Aragonite will change to calcite at 380-470°C,[5] and vaterite is even less stable . . . .

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Calcite, which gets its name from "chalix" the Greek word for lime, is a most amazing and yet, most common mineral. It is one of the most common minerals on the face of the Earth, comprising about 4% by weight of the Earth's crust and is formed in many different geological environments. Calcite can form rocks of considerable mass and constitutes a significant part of all three major rock classification types. It forms oolitic, fossiliferous and massive limestones in sedimentary environments and even serves as the cements for many sandstones and shales. Limestone becomes marble from the heat and pressure of metamorphic events. Calcite is even a major component in the igneous rock called carbonatite and forms the major portion of many hydrothermal veins. Some of these rock types are composed of better than 99% calcite. Why would a collector be interested in such a common mineral? Because of its extraordinary diversity and beauty!
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http://www.galleries.com/minerals/carbon...alcite.htm
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With calcite so abundant and so widely distributed it is no wonder that it can be so varied. The crystals of calcite can form literally a thousand different shapes by combining the basic forms of the positive rhombohedron, negative rhombohedron, steeply, moderately and slightly inclined rhombohedrons, various scalahedrons, prism and pinacoid to name a few of the more common forms. There are more than 300 crystal forms identified in calcite and these forms can combine to produce the thousand different crystal variations. Calcite also produces many twin varieties that are favorites among twin collectors. There are also phantoms, included crystals, color varieties, pseudomorphs and unique associations. There simply is no end to the varieties of calcite. . . . .

Another variety is the so called "Iceland Spar", which is basically clear cleaved fragments of completely colorless (ice-like) calcite. Originally discovered and named after Eskifjord, Iceland where the calcite is found in basalt cavities. In rock shops around the world, iceland spar is available in large quantities and at affordable prices and are popular among children. Most of today's iceland spar comes from Mexico. The iceland spar displays the classic cleavage form of calcite, the rhombohedron. Iceland spar was and is used for optical equipment and during World War II it was a strategic mineral as it was used for the sighting equipment of bombardiers and gunners. It is iceland spar that best demonstrates the unique property of calcite called double refraction. . . .
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Double refraction occurs when a ray of light enters the crystal and due to calcite's unique optical properties, the ray is split into fast and slow beams. As these two beams exit the crystal they are bent into two different angles (known as angles of refraction) because the angle is affected by the speed of the beams. A person viewing into the crystal will see two images ... of everything. The best way to view the double refraction is by placing the crystal on a straight line or printed word (the result will be two lines or two words). There is only one direction that the beams are both the same speed and that is parallel to the C-axis or primary trigonal axis. Rotation of the crystal will reveal the direction in the crystal that is parallel to the C-axis when the line or word becomes whole again. By contrast, the direction perpendicular to the C-axis will have the greatest separation. The extremely high index of refraction of calcite that causes the easily seen double refraction is also responsible for the interference colors (pastel rainbow colors) that are seen in calcites that have small fractures.


Fluorescence, phosphorescence, thermoluminescence and triboluminescence are other important properties of calcite. Although not all specimens demonstrate these properties, some do quite well and this is diagnostic in some cases. One notable case of fluorescence occurs at Franklin, New Jersey where the massive calcite is enriched in a small amount of manganese and fluoresces a bright red under UV light. Some Mexican iceland spar can fluoresce a nice purple or blue color and unique specimens will even phosphoresce (continue to glow) after the UV source has been removed. Triboluminescence is supposedly a property that should occur in most specimens, but is not easily demonstrated. It occurs when the specimen is struck or put under pressure; in a dark room the specimen should glow when this happens.


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09-18-2012, 09:21 PM
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09-19-2012, 12:09 AM
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09-12-2014, 12:20 AM
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Maybe that is why some fetus' do not make it to the third month? Maybe?

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01-25-2015, 06:53 PM
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01-26-2015, 09:40 PM
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