Like everything else in a holographic universe, we are light. Light’s speed, dilation, and density are governed by the neuroendocrine system.
Pineal – master gland, font of the neuroendocrine cascade. Reads time (light’s speed and dilation). Responds to wavelength and vibration. Can be damaged by the fluorine in many pharmaceutical drugs. https://phys.org/news/2013-09-method-incorporating-fluoride-drugs.html
Adrenals – speed.
Thyroid – dilation.
Parathyroid – density.
Copper – electricity.
Iron – centripetal force (magnetism).
Manganese – centrifugal force (reverse magnetism).
Time’s pendulum: At night, we speed up and become fast and alkaline (melatonin), so that during the day, we can slow down and become dense and acidic (dimethyltryptamine).
Falling behind time—aging—is analogous to a swing losing its range. As the width of metronome grows more narrow, its swing rate grows faster. We are no longer in sync with the universe; or, to be more precise, our brain’s understanding of the size of the universe has shrunk. Our hologram is too fast and too small. It is also possible to have our hologram be too fast and too large.
If, during the night, we do not sufficiently speed up, then, during the day, we cannot sufficiently slow down (and vice-versa). But as time expands, there is a limit to how wide the swing can swing—a computational constraint. At a certain point, we go “over the rainbow” (over the speed of light). You do not want some cells in your pancreas to go “over the rainbow” before the rest of you. If so, they will be reading time from right to left, while you are still reading time from left to right.
Melatonin is the chemical signal for darkness and speed, produced when time’s axis is longest (sunset). DMT (dimethyltryptamine) is the chemical signal for daylight and density, produced when time’s axis is shortest (sunrise).
Pineal dysregulation: Strobing lights can be misread as an accelerated diurnal rhythm and falsely signal that time’s axis is longer than it is, spiking the pH too high. If the pH gets high enough, the body can induce a seizure (generate lactic acid) to try and self-regulate.
Copper and iron are contra-indicated if we are not cycling time at the right speed. But there’s a twist, and a metabolic trap: We need copper and iron to cycle time at the right speed.
Estrogen’s healthy functioning depends upon a range (akin to the swing’s rage). In perimenopause, in a sense, my estrogen levels are both too high and not high enough. My swing is losing its range of motion. My estrogen neither spikes nor plummets but vibrates mid-range, where its functionality is lost. Vitamin K1 can facilitate density of bones and blood. But vitamin K’s absorption, like the carboxylation of vitamin K-dependent proteins, is estrogen-dependent. So it’s another loop: Vitamin K1 needs estrogen to function. But we need estrogen in order to absorb vitamin K1.
I believe pineal calcification caused the wide-spread dysfunction of many systems in my body at once. “A research study done in the 1990s found high concentrations of fluoride in the pineal glands of study participants. Fluoride from water and pesticides accumulate in the pineal gland more than in any other part of the body. After accumulation they form crystals, creating a hard shell called calcification.” (source: https://www.webmd.com/sleep-disorders/what-to-know-about-calcification-of-the-pineal-gland.) Zero pesticides (100% organic diet) helped my health return to me. I also avoid chemical fragrance (Tide, Bounce, Downy, Febreze, etc.). If it isn’t natural, it can’t cross the speed of light lens.