Jacob named the place “Peni’el”, not pineal. This was a transliteration not a translation of the name. Peni’el is a word play on the expression “I saw God face to face.”
Saying that this verse has something to do with the pineal gland is ridiculous because the Hebrew word sounds like an English word. Peni’el means “I saw God face to face.” This is not related to the pineal gland.
Additionally, the word “pineal” is derived from Latin “pinea,” which means pine cone, referring to the shape of the gland.
There is no genuine correlation, so how can anyone led by the Holy Spirit make this connection? This wasn’t Yah’s intention.

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