When the human being passes beyond sexual maturity, the thymus gland enters into decrepitude. This has already been proven.

The thymus gland is located at the very base of the neck.

The thymus gland has a very irregular form and structure.

This gland is intimately related to the mammary glands. Now we can explain to ourselves why the maternal milk is totally irreplaceable.

The thymus gland regulates the vitality of the child.

The astrologists say that the Moon influences this gland. The Gnostic sages want to conserve this gland and not let it fall into decrepitude.

When this gland is active, the organism does not age.

The sage-doctors of antiquity said that when the vowel “A” is pronounced wisely, it has the power to make the thymus gland vibrate. The ancient sages utilize the wise mantra so vulgarized by people today: Abracadabra. This mantra is said to keep the thymus gland active during life. They pronounced this word forty-nine times in the following way:

Abracadabra

Abracadabr

Abracadab

Abracada

Abracad

Abraca

Abrac

Abra

Abr

Ab

A

The word was pronounced so that the sound of the vowel “A” was prolonged.

Even some doctors are beginning to cure by means of musical sound. It is interesting to acknowledge that in the voice of the doctor, in each of his words, there is a source of life or death to his patients.

The endocrinological science should study the intimate relationships between music and the endocrine glands. It is better to investigate, analyze, and comprehend than to laugh at what we do not know.

When a child is hungry, the mother must breast feed him. The books on maternity that recommend a child go hungry for so many hours are a crime against public health. This matter of the human being wanting to correct nature is manifestly absurd. When the infant cries in hunger, it is a crime against nature to deny him food.

Sexology, The Basis of Endocrinology and Criminology, a book by Samael Aun Weor

This chapter is from Sexology, The Basis of Endocrinology and Criminology (1968) by Samael Aun Weor.

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