The true role of the thyroid revealed

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What is the thyroid?

The thyroid is an endocrine gland that regulates physical and energy metabolism.

It has several functions:

  • Regulate:
    • Body temperature.
    • Heart rate.
    • Blood pressure.
    • Menstrual cycle.
    • Kidney function.
    • Mood.
    • Digestion.
    • Alertness.
    • Enzymatic activity.
    • Mitochondrial function.
    • Immune system.
  • Balance the body.
  • Help cells produce energy.
  • Stimulate oxygen consumption.
  • Control hormones in the body.
  • Help in the growth of tissues, bones and brain.
  • Support the throat chakra.
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The thyroids produce the following hormones:

  • Thyroxine (T4).
  • Triiodothyronine (T3).
  • Calcitonin.
  • Frequency hormones.

Thyroxine and triiodothyronine are produced in response to the stimulation of thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) produced by the pituitary gland.

T4 is converted to T3 in the target tissues.

Calcitonin helps optimize calcium levels in the body.

The thyroid also releases two frequency hormones not yet discovered by science. These send out frequencies to balance the whole body, and also support the thyroid glands of those around us.

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The parathyroid gland consists of four small glands located at the back of the thyroid.

It produces the hormone parathyroid hormone (PTH), which adjusts calcium and phosphate levels.

Transformation of the thyroid

The human being is in the process of transformation, especially thanks to the transformation particles.

The thyroid is changing. In the future, its functions will be more extensive than they are now.

It will be able to:

  • Help the metabolism to repair itself.
  • Stimulate growth.
  • Regulate blood flow.
  • Help the brain to adjust its action.
  • Help the liver to clean itself.

It will even have the faculty to extract oxygen and prana from water.


Located at the base of the neck, the thyroid gland is directly linked to the throat chakra, which feeds it with energy.

The thyroid is also linked to the second chakra.

Its transformation will make it possible to assume the force of life emanating from the hara, by reinforcing :

  • The power of expression.
  • The power of energy distribution.
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What is the true role of the thyroid?

It is a great regulator of metabolism.

In the future, its role will be even more extensive.

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