The pineal gland is the
location of the third eye, intuition, inner vision and telepathy.
Telepathy (from the Greek τηλε,
tele meaning “distant” and πάθη, pathe meaning “affliction, experience”), is the
induction of mental states from one mind to another. The term was coined in 1882
by the classical scholar Fredric W. H. Myers, a founder of the Society for
Psychical Research, and has remained more popular than the more-correct
expression thought-transference. Many studies seeking to detect, understand, and
utilize telepathy have been done within this field. The scientific community
does not regard telepathy as a real phenomenon as actual telepathy has never
been demonstrated to a greater degree than pure chance under controlled
experimental conditions. This, because telepathy is a classified topic, and so
science will never admit that there exists even a slight chance that the brain
emits and receives waves. This is ridiculous, and as we all know that neurons
emit electric charges, and nowadays, it is only a matter of amplifying them with
a specific device, but Buddhas of course, are able to meditate and visualize
without wearing technical devices around their heads.
As you can see, the head of the Buddha has the shape of a pine cone.