What is Matter?
Dr. Kinley "....I been trying my best to convey to your mind what matter is. What is it anyhow? What is the source from whence it derived? Where is it going to? Where did you come from? And where are you going to? And how do you know that whatever it is? You wanna talk about philosophy, metaphysics, and divine psychology, that's what you wanna do, and if you don't wanna do that, you should. Matter is, one of the lexicographers said this, "Anything that occupies space." I take the position of an etymologist I'll go get the roots. Matter is spirit materialized. God is spirit, and everything comes from spirit, it doesn't make any difference what it is it derives from spirit. What's the source of its final destiny? Where is it going to? It's going back to where it comes from."
Major Divisions of the Brain
The housing for the brain is "a series of flattened or irregular bones" that form the skull, or more specifically the cranium. On the inside of the cranium there are 2 small holes that communicate from the inside of the skull to the outside, called "Hiatus of Fallopai". The Hiatus of Fallopai are "for the passage of the greater [and another for the smaller] petrosal nerve and the petrosal branch of the middle meningeal artery." (See Aqueductus Fallopii.)
If you have conception from below, there must be a principle of conception from above; hence Fallopian (tubes) in the skull!
Jhn 3:1-5 "There was a man of the Pharisees, named Nicodemus, a ruler of the Jews: The same came to Yahshua by night, and said unto him, Rabbi, we know that thou art a teacher come from Elohim: for no man can do these miracles that thou doest, except Elohim be with him. Yahshua answered and said unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of Yahweh. Nicodemus saith unto him, How can a man be born when he is old? can he enter the second time into his mother's womb, and be born? Yahshua answered, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born of water and of the Spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of Yahweh."
Enclosed within the cranium is the central organ of the nervous system--the brain. The brain is surrounded by a membrane and is also made up of several additional functional structures.
|Surrounding Membranes||Major Divisions|
- Def: mater, n. [L., mother] 1. Mother.
The hindbrain is made up of the following structures of the brain: cerebellum, pons, and the medulla oblongata. "...the pons which serves as a bridge to connect the brainstem and the cerebellum...The brainstem is made up of the pons, the medulla oblongata and the midbrain." 
|Structures of the Hindbrain||Brainstem|
|Medulla Oblongata||Medulla Oblongata|
The midbrain is a section of the brain that is seated between the forebrain and the hindbrain. One interesting fact is that along the backside of the midbrain is what is called a tectum, which means roof". (See coverings of the Mosaic Tabernacle.)
What kind of stone did Yahweh write the Ten Commandments on? Well, it was written in the Wilderness of Sinai, right? What kind of stone do you find in a desert? Sandstone, obviously! So if we say that Yahweh wrote the Ten Commandments on sandstone, where is the witness in the creation?
In your head there is such a thing called "Brain Sand"! One structure deep within the midbrain is the pineal gland where small granuals of acervulus cerebri or "brain sand", is formed. (See Wilderness of Sinai of the Migratory Trek.)
The forebrain is the largest portion of the brain, the two hemispheres of the cerebrum. Even though the brain itself is comprised of four lobes, the forebrain itself is made up of the frontal, parietal and temporal lobes. There are three other important structures that make up the forebrain: thalamus, hypothalamus and the limbic system.
|Lobes of the Forebrain||Structures of the Forebrain|
|Temporal Lobe||Limbic System|
- Def: matter, n. [L. matter, wood; Armen. pine, cedar; Russ. firm, strong, and perhaps to L. mater mother. See Mother, Madeira, Material] 1. That of which any physical object is composed; material; substance; constituents; elements; also, material prepared or selected for any purpose; the gray matter of the cortex. 3. Material or substance regarded ast he passive recipient of form; hence, that which is or may be given a new form. 4. Physical substance as made up of chemical elements and distinguished from incorporeal substance, action, qualities, etc. 5. Amount; quantity; portion; space;--often indefinite. 13. Obs. The first phase of creation; chaos. 14. Christian Science Another name for mortal mind; illusion; the opposite of Spirit; that of which immortal Mind takes no cognizance; that which mortal mind sees, feels, hears, tastes, and smells only in belief. 15. Law. That which is to be proved; as by some record, by evidence of any kind except a record, solely by the testimony of winesses unsupported by any record or other written or tangible evidence. Philos. The indeterminate subject of reality; the wholly or virtually passive element in the universe; the unorganized basis or stuff of experience which when combined with form, or the ideal element, gives phenomena, or real objects. The metaphysical conception of matter as that which combines or synthesizes the variable elements of existence, though in itself wholly indeterminate, takes its rise in the Platonic and Aristotelian notion of hyle, the passive or potential substance or substratum upon which form acts to produce realities. Cf. Form, Idea, Noumenon, Substance. 19. Physics. Whatever occupies space; that which is considered to constitute the substance of the physical universe, and, with energy, to form the basis of objective phenomena. The nature of matter is unknown but some of the properties attributed to it are volume or extension, impenetrability, mass or inertia, compressibility, elasticity, etc. Various phenomena indicate that all matter is composed of minute particles, protons and electrons. See Atomic Theory, Conservation of Mass, Energy.
|Grey & White Matter (Intermingled)|
|Grey Matter (Outer Layer)|
The grey matter of the brain is "made up largely of nerve cells". At first glance, the surface of brain is made up of grey matter and forms what is "convolutions of the cerebrum, and the laminae of the cerebellum"...."grey matter is found in the interior of the brain, collected into large and distinct masses or ganglionic bodies, such as the corpus striatum, optic thalamus, and corpora quadrigemina." Under this first layer, the "...grey matter is found intermingled intimately with the white, but without definite arrangement..." 
Dr. Kinley "The, the tabernacle is a tabernacle of your, of your body, or of the earthly part. The cloud is up here, your brain is the cloud, and you see the devil setting up here in your brain, psychologically speaking, controlling your thoughts and telling you that you owe allegiance and homage, obedience and so forth and so on to him. And then it's often taught to you and it cuts a groove in your brain. Now convolutions, that's a groove, and you know how your brain is crinkled up just like this cloud up here, just like this cloud. It's that way to show you so it's convoluted."
- Def: convolute, v.t.&i. 1. to twist around; to writhe; contort, 2. to make convolute; to coil. convolute, adj. 1. rolled or wound together, one part upon another. convoluted, adj. 1. folded in curved or tortuous windings; coiled; rolled up; having convolutions. convolution, n. 1. a convoluting, or state of being convoluted; a rolling or coiling together, 2. A gyrus.
- Def: gyrus, n. pl. [L. see Gyre] 1. Anat. A convoluted ridge between grooves. gyre, n. [Cf. Cower, Girasol] 1. A circular motion, or a circle described by a moving body; revolution, 2. A circular or spiral form; a ring; also, a vortex. gyre, v.t.&i. [L. see Gyrate] 1. To turn around; to gyrate. gyre, n. [ON. ogress, witch] 1. A malignant spirit. Scot. gyration, n. 2. Anat. The pattern of cerebral convolutions or gyri.
The white matter of the brain is "made up chiefly of nerve fibres arising from the nerve cells of the brain". And in the third layer "the white matter of the brain is divisible into three distinct classes of fibres: diverging, comissural, and associations fibres." 
|Fibres of White Matter|
Etymology of Neuroanatomical, Neurophysiological and Neuropsychological Terminology
This table lists the original Greek and Latin meanings of neuroscience words. Most of the words are neuroanatomical terms, but neurological symptoms and disorders are also included.
adrenalin.....near the kidney
arbor vitae.....tree of life
arcuate n......bow shaped
atrophy.....want of nourishment
auricle.....a little ear
bregma.....front of the head
calcarine.....spur-shaped callosum.....hard, tough
carotid.....to put to sleep
cataplexy.....down stroke, seizure
cauda equina.....horse tail
choroid.....like a membrane
cingulum.....girdle or belt
circadian.....about a day
cistern.....reservior or well
conus.....cone or peg
convolution.....a turn, a folding
convulsion.....pulling together cornu.....horn
dementia.....away from mind
efferent....carry out (away)
fissure.....cleft or slit
flocculus.....tuft of wool
geniculate.....bent like a knee
globus pallidus.....pale ball
hallucination.....to wander in the mind
hemorrhage.....to burst forth with blood
hypoglossal.....under the tongue
lamina.....layer, thin plate
lemniscus.....woolen band or filet
lenticular.....shaped like a lens
limbic.....border, hem, fringe
lumbar.....pertaining to the loins
myopia.....to shut eye
oligodendrocyte.....few tree cell
oscilloscope.....to examine swinging
paranoia.....mind beside itself
pulvinar.....cushion, pillow, couch
pupil.....doll, little girl
sella turcica.....Turkish saddle
somniloquism.....sleep speak (talk)
substantia nigra.....black substance
sulcus.....groove, trench, furrow
Extra Sensory Perception, by Dr. Henry Clifford Kinley, 1967.
Webster's New International Unabridged Dictionary, by G.& C. Merriam Co.,(c) 1953, 2nd Edition, pgs. 324, 584, 1120, 1515.
Gray's Anatomy, by Henry Gray F.R.S, (c) 1995, 15th Edition, pg. 23, 37, 47, 651.
Mystery of Iniquity: Satanic Spirit with a Carnal Mind in the Flesh, by Dr. Henry Clifford Kinley, April 16, 1975.