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12 Cerebral CentersThrones - 2

12 Cerebral CentersThrones - 2

MEDIAL VIEW OF RIGHT CEREBRAL HEMISPHERE SHOWING BRODMANN CENTERS: Note how Brodmann areas 5 & 7 cover a large area on the middle or medial side of both cerebral hemispheres. As explained in the commentary under the photo titled 12 Cerebral Centers/Thrones - 1, areas 5 & 7 are one possible location of the faith center or throne. In these areas, we may perceive "where" we are in relation to God and other dimensions, as well as where we are in our physical body in relation to physical objects. In areas 5 & 7, we may perceive the spiritual laws or principles or realities that are behind or within all outer, physical, third dimensional phenomena.

Please note that areas 5 & 7 are located just above and around the pineal gland that sits in the center of the head (see photo Pineal Gland). Here may be another reason why Fillmore located faith in the center of the head, in the region of the pineal gland. He may have been focusing on the faith center or throne, which is only one of twelve thrones in the whole cerebrum. The whole cerebrum comes under the designation or functions of faith, but faith is particularly concentrated or focused in the faith center.

In analyzing current brain research, we need to remember that most investigators focus only on the physical body and its functions, as well as on psychological theories and models. Only very few look at the brain from a truly holistic viewpoint that is centered around spiritual consciousness. Only the few have any awareness of what spiritual faith truly is and how it functions in and through the cerebrum.

Therefore, other than in a few studies, it presently is difficult if not impossible to determine what they indicate beyond a traditional, physical view of life. That is why it will take a significant amount of time before we truly can see how spiritual powers function through specific physical centers in the cerebrum. First, there must be a spiritual awakening in the scientific and medical community. Not only must the investigators have spiritual awareness, but also those that they investigate must be spiritually awake. Otherwise, as Jesus put it, there only will be the blind leading the blind.

For now, three other forms of physical research have begun to delineate the functioning of the different Brodmann areas:

1. Damage to the cerebrum. This may be by trauma, tumors or strokes. By brain scans, one can determine where such physical damage is, and then can see what results it has produced in the rest of the body. For example, damage to Brodmann areas 4 and 6, which are the motor cortex that governs muscular movement, produce dysfunction in the body's muscles.

2. Electrical stimulation. By sending pinpoint electrical currents through various areas of the cerebrum and seeing the corresponding responses, one can map the normal function of such areas.

3. Brain scans. With fMRI, PET, SPECT and other such brain scans, scientists now can view the functioning of the brain while people are thinking certain thoughts and performing various tasks. This has led to a veritable explosion of new information. Still, as much as we currently know, there is that much more to discover. As advanced as our current technology is, in years to come, say 100 years from now, we will look back and think that we were only scratching the surface about how our cerebrum works and is designed.

What we do know from all the current forms of research and study is that the cerebral computer definitely regulates, governs and monitors all other physical organs and systems. Moreover, the cerebrum has multiple centers or modules or thrones in which specific functions are performed. In time, these functions will be equated with our 12 powers. It will become common scientific knowledge that we have twelve major centers or thrones in our cerebrum.