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onepac7 • 1 year ago

Egyptian Atef Crown and it's similarities to the pineal/pituitary/thalamus glands within the human brain. Posted on Facebook by Jeff Andrews (www.facebook.com/...). Url of photo + lots, lots more information: www.facebook.com/...

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