According to The DNA View of the Human Body, the human body can be treated as a large DNA molecule. A DNA molecule can be visualized as a book that contains the instructions on how to build a human body.
The picture below shows a section of a DNA molecule.
The DNA molecule is made up of two spirals that twist around each other. There are connections made between the two spirals across their center by the horizontal pieces shown in the picture. The picture above is a two dimensional view of the three dimensional DNA molecule.
The picture below shows three dimensional view of a DNA molecule made out of Lego building blocks.
This is a very good picture because the three dimensional nature of the DNA molecule is clearly visible. The way in which the connections across the center of the two spirals are made can be clearly seen.
The DNA View of the Human Body ignores the connecting pieces in the center of the DNA molecule, and treats the human body as if it is constructed of only the two opposing spirals of the DNA molecule.
Here is the example human model
The next picture compares the human body to the DNA molecule.
There does not seem to be an similarity between a human body and a DNA molecule from an initial inspection of the picture above.
In the next picture, the legs of the human body have been spread wide. The arms were raised over the head and also spread wide.
In the next picture, one small section of the DNA molecule is superimposed on the human body with the arms and legs spread wide.
What are the implications of the picture above?
(1) The two spirals in the picture above run from an arm, over to the opposite side of the torso, then back over to the same side leg. A natural conclusion to reach from the picture above would be that the left arm is connected to the left leg, and the right arm is connected to the right leg.
This is an extremely powerful idea when combined with knowledge of modern science. A human body in which the arms and legs are attached to the torso, will behave in a completely different way from a human body, in which the right arm is connected to the right leg, and the left arm is connected to the left leg.
According to Happeh Theory, the connections implied by the picture above are not just theoretical. According to Happeh Theory, the human body can behave as if the right arm is actually connected to the right leg, and the left arm can behave as if it is actually connected to the left leg.
That claim by Happeh Theory can be proved by any person to themselves, if they perform the necessary physical exercises that will establish and strengthen the connections.
(2) The picture below separates the part of each spiral that is superimposed on the legs.
The two lower parts of each spiral only, form an arch shape from one foot, up to the groin, then down to the other foot. The implication of the picture on the right would be that the right leg is connected to the left leg.
This idea is just as powerful as the idea of the right arm being connected to the right leg, and the left arm being connected to the left leg. A human body in which the right and left legs are connected to each other would behave in a completely different way than a human body in which the right and left legs are attached to the pelvis.
According to Happeh Theory, the right and legs are connected to each other in a way like the arch shape shown in the picture above. This connection can also be verified by any human being who performs the proper exercises.
(3) The next picture superimposes only the upper parts of each spiral on the arms of the example human body.
The implication of the picture above is that the right arm is connected to the left arm by an arch like connection. This idea is just as powerful as the idea of the right leg being connected to the left leg. A human body in which the right and left arms are connected to each other, would move in an entirely different way from a human body in which the arms were connected to the shoulders.
According to Happeh Theory, the right arm is connected to the left arm in a way similar to that shown in the picture above. Just like the other changes, the proper exercises will establish and strengthen these connections.
A different way of applying The DNA View of the Human Body, is to completely enclose the arms and legs within a complete DNA section, as demonstrated below.
The picture above would represent how the DNA spirals would look on a healthy human body. Please note how the knee joints and elbow joints are enclosed by the circle created by each pair of spirals.
There are other areas of the human body that The DNA View of the Human Body can be applied to. The motivated reader is invited to examine a human body on their own to see if they can discover on their own, what other areas of the body might be enclosed by spiral pairs.
The DNA View of the Human Body is useful for health diagnosis because of it’s simplicity. The health diagnosis consists of nothing more than visually inspecting a human body to see if they DNA spirals within it look properly formed, like the ones in the next picture.
The picture above would represent a healthy human being. Each spiral of DNA lies exactly on one of the arms or the legs, and they enclose the torso with an approximately circular shape.
An unhealthy human body would be a human body in which one or more of the spirals on the arms or legs moved away from their proper location on the arms and legs, or if the space on the torso enclosed by the two spirals is not approximately circular.
The image on the left in the picture below, provides an example of a body that would is unhealthy according to The DNA View Of The Human Body
The upper end of the blue spiral is supposed to look as if it was pulled on so that the spiral shape was straightened out.
Straightening the upper end of the blue spiral pulls it away from it’s proper location on top of the left arm.
The straightening of the upper end of the blue spiral also shrinks and distorts the shape of the space enclosed between both spirals in the torso area.
The torso includes the heart, the lungs, and many other organs whose proper function is what keeps a human being alive and healthy. The torso and everything inside of it exist in three dimensions.
The implication of the space on the torso between the two spirals shrinking and becoming distorted, is that everything within the torso like the heart, lungs, stomach, etc, will all be subjected to shrinking and distortion also.
Just think about that for a moment. Doesn’t it seem like common sense that shrinking and distorting the heart would be bad for it? Maybe give it a “heart attack” since it is trying to beat at the same time it is being compressed and distorted? Or what about the stomach? If the stomach was being compressed and distorted, doesn’t that seem like it would be very bad for it? So bad it might cause something like a stomach ulcer or stomach cramps? Or what about the lungs? It is easy to imagine the effect that shrinkage and distortion would have on the lungs isn’t it? It would be harder to breath because the lungs were not their proper size or shape.
All of those easy to visualize, easy to understand reasons for those health problems, is what makes The DNA View Of The Human Body such a useful health diagnostic tool. The user does not need higher education or any kind of expensive or difficult to use instruments. All they need is two eyes that can examine the body of the patient, the common sense to know that squeezing or compressing any part of the human body is not good for it, and the common sense to know that the cure for the problem is to do whatever is necessary to realign The DNA View Of The Human Body so the unhealthy squeezing and compression of the body is stopped.
The way that a DNA molecule can affect the arms, the legs, and the entire human body, are not limited to these areas of the human body, or even the human body at all. Spiral pairs are found in just about every place imaginable. The motivated reader will benefit if they look for those spiral pairs as they go through their daily lives. They can then apply their knowledge of the characteristics of spiral pairs to whatever new object it is they have found the spiral pairs in.
If the reader was to see a circular or spherical shape somewhere, then according to the properties of spiral pairs, their must be four spiral ends leading away from the circle, or even more spiral pairs leading away from a spherical shape. If the reader was to see a spiral pair of lines, their knowledge of the properties of spiral pairs tells them their must be a completely enclosed space somewhere along the pair of lines.
It is not necessary for the change in shape of the circle or sphere within the two spirals to be associated with any negative changes, like the health problems in the previous example. There can be positive results generated by changing the circular shape enclosed within spiral pairs.
If the area enclosed within a spiral pair, be it a circular space associated with health or some other shape associated with ill health, compressing and releasing that space by changing the spiral pairs can produce a pumping action. That characteristic of spiral pairs is found in almost every living creature, so it seems like it would be something worth knowing about, doesn’t it?