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The Mysteries of the Eye of Horus and the Blue Lotus: The Pineal Gland Revealed


The eye of horus ancient egypt art
The Eye of Horus Ancient Egypt

In the annals of ancient Egypt, the Eye of Horus emerges as a powerful symbol, carrying mysteries and hidden meanings. Associated with the sun god Horus, this majestic eye represents much more than just a cultural icon. Some believe there may be a fascinating connection between the Eye of Horus and the supposed effects of the blue lotus on the pineal gland, a small endocrine gland in the heart of our brain.


Eye of Horus and Pineal Gland: A Surprising Visual Similarity


When examining the Eye of Horus, it is hard not to notice the striking visual similarity to the pineal gland. The eye, with its central pupil and radiating lines, strikingly resembles the structure of the pineal gland in the human brain. When the Eye of Horus is superimposed on a cross-section of the human brain, each of the six sections of the eye corresponds to one of the major sensory centers.



Brain section, pineal gland and eye of horus
Pineal gland and Eye of Horus

The ancient Egyptians were known for being pioneers in medicine and anatomy, without the presence of modern technology. Is this just a coincidence, or does it hide deeper connections between the mysteries of ancient Egypt and modern science?


Link with the Blue Lotus



Egyptian woman holding a blue lotus Egyptian art
Egyptian woman holding a blue lotus


Nymphea Caerulea, commonly known as blue lotus, was revered in ancient Egypt for its spiritual and medicinal properties. Some researchers suggest that blue lotus could have beneficial effects on the pineal gland, in particular by promoting its decalcification. Recent scientific studies have explored the chemical components of blue lotus, shedding light on properties that could potentially influence the pineal gland and its functions.


Decalcification of the Pineal Gland



Person meditating with a blue lotus in place of the third eye, pineal gland
The blue lotus flower and the third eye


The pineal gland, often called the "third eye", is located in the center of the brain and plays a key role in the regulation of circadian cycles and the production of melatonin. Some believe that decalcification of this gland is essential to unlocking one's full spiritual and intellectual potential. Research indicates that substances found in blue lotus may aid in this decalcification process, paving the way for greater perception and understanding.



Blue lotus flower
Blue Lotus Flower

Eye of Horus and Pineal Gland:

Although the mysteries of the Eye of Horus and the effects of the blue lotus on the pineal gland remain subject to debate, exploring these fascinating connections between the ancient and the modern offers an intriguing perspective. The symbolism of ancient Egypt may well hold the keys to understanding the mysteries of our own physiology and our mind. In a future article, we will explore the mysteries of the Eye of Horus in more depth.


Discover our blue lotus infusions


Immerse yourself in the beauty of blue lotus flowers, a sensory experience to get closer to the mysteries of the Eye of Horus. We also chose this eye to illustrate the Blue Lotus box, like a red thread to guide you towards the true potential of this flower.



Blue lotus flower infusion


Botanical blue lotus logo


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