( The material in this blog entry is from an unfinished book. The material has not been edited as of the date it was cut and pasted, 12-30-11)
According to The Atom View Of The Human Body, the human body can behave like the shape of a stylized drawing of an atom with electrons orbiting around it, as demonstrated in this picture.
The black object in the center is the nucleus of the atom. The blue and red circles represent the orbits of electrons that travel around the nucleus.
The Atom View of the body can be applied to the human body in two different ways. One way employs an overhead view of the human body as shown below.
The central vertical core of the body plays the part of the nucleus. The usefulness of this view of the body is that the real life human body is separated into sections that are similar to the way that the orbits of the electrons separate the human body in the picture above.
Part of the electron orbits lay on the natural lines that separates the shoulder from the torso. The vertical extension of those separation lines is drawn in blue on the picture below. The lines lay on the front and back of the side of the body.
The back of the human body is divided into two halves by the spine. There is a depression in the center of the back where the spine is located. On the front of the body, the chest is divided into two halves by a depression created by the rib cage. Both halves of the back and both halves of the chest slope from some high
point down to the depression between the right and left high points.
The picture below highlights the depression for the spine in the center of the back.
The vertical black lines mark the spinal depression in the center of the back and the high points on the right and left side of the back. The red arrows emphasizes how the back naturally angles inwards from these high points towards the spine. The same path followed by a portion of the electron orbits around the man.
The comparison picture below includes arrows on the orbits showing their direction of travel and the angle created where they meet. The depression on the chest cannot be seen in this view because the head is in the way.
These angles and the electron orbits can be used to describe how the human body changes in reaction to specific exercises.
When the human body becomes strong in a specific way, it will behave as if the internal part of the body between the spinal depression and the depression in the chest is becoming tighter. The depressions will move slightly towards each other as a result of the tightening. Simultaneously, the sides of the body between the lobes of the electron orbits will expand.
The tightening of the center of the body and the widening of the outside of the body change the electron orbits so they look like the picture on the right.
The picture on the left is the original picture. The black lines on the back and right side are to emphasize the straight line angles that are formed by the circular electron orbits. On the right, the orbits have rotated so that the horizontal separation distance at the top and the bottom is smaller while the vertical separation distance on either side becomes wider.
The angle formed by the back depression is large on the picture on the left. The picture of the man changed by exercise on the right has a smaller angle on the back depression. The angle between the electron orbits on the left side of the body is relatively small in the picture on the left. The picture of the man changed by exercise on the right has a large angle on the side of his body.
There has been no explanation of the process by which these body changes occur other than to say they happen as a result of exercise. There is no easy way to describe how the changes to the body that are responsible for the Atom View of the body take place.
One way to describe how the changes occur is to use the Double Cylinder View of the body. The Double Cylinder View of the body says that there are two large cylinders in the human body that are located approximately as shown in the overhead view below.
The next picture shows the overhead Atom View of the body with the double cylinders from the Double Cylinder View of the body superimposed on it.
The upper model is from a closer viewpoint so the details of the head and shoulders can be seen. In order to demonstrate what is going on, the cylinders in the upper picture are not in the normal location demonstrated in the lower picture. This difference is purposeful and should be ignored.
The two cylinders of the Double Cylinder View of the body are located in between the electron orbits on the right and left sides of the body. If the cylinders enlarge in diameter, they will push the electron orbits farther apart as shown in the comparison picture below.
The upper picture is the initial state with an arbitrarily sized pair of double cylinders with their corresponding electron orbits. In the lower picture the double cylinders have increased in diameter. As the diameter of the cylinder increases, it pushes the electron orbits towards the center of the body as indicated by the black arrows.
A different set of changes to the body can be described by the Atom View of the body if the atom is applied to the front view of the body. There are real life changes to the body that validate using the Atom View of the body from the front perspective as shown below.
According to Happeh Theory, the human body is constructed of fibers that take on various specific patterns. There is a collection of fibers or layers within the body that mimic the patterns of the electron orbits in the picture above. A person who performs the proper exercises will eventually feel sensations within themselves that follow the shapes of the electron orbits above.
The collection of fibers within the body does not form two thin circular bands exactly like the picture above. The fibers in the body actually form two distorted hemispheres. The electron orbits in the picture above are an arbitrary section or slice of a hemisphere.
The hemispheres within the body are not visible to the naked eye. They flow beneath the surface of the body. The hemispheres are oriented with the dome part pointing upwards and the open part pointing downwards.
The picture below shows three views of a hemisphere. The hemisphere sitting with the open side down on the ground on the lower left, a top down view of the dome of a hemisphere at the upper left, and an inverted hemisphere showing the hollow inside on the right. The rim of the open end of the hemisphere is a different color to highlight it’s appearance.
In the picture below, the hemisphere has been distorted so that it is as narrow as the side of the human body, and a little longer than the torso is tall.
Next, the hemisphere is rotated into the same orientation as the right side electron orbit of the atom with the rim pointing at the camera.
The black arrows point out how the rim of the inverted hemisphere presents the same outline as the blue electron orbit. The next picture compares two inverted hemispheres to the picture of the man with an atom on his body.
The rims of the two inverted hemispheres look exactly like the electron orbits.
Here is a picture of the human model with the model hemispheres superimposed over it.
Throughout these examples, the hemisphere has been rotated so that the open end was facing the camera. Focusing on the rim of the hemisphere made the connection to the electron orbits more clear. As was stated previously, in real life the hemispheres are actually oriented within the body so that the closed dome end points upwards while the open hollow end points downwards as shown in the next picture.
In the picture above, the hemispheres have been rotated so that their open end points diagonally towards the ground while the domes point diagonally upwards. Even though the electron orbits look different from the rotated hemispheres, they are equivalent. The electron orbits are still equivalent to a slice from the hemispheres even in the dome up, open part down orientation of the hemispheres in the picture on the left.
Various muscles across the body will visibly change shape and size in a person in whom the hemispheres have developed. These visible changes show only a small relationship to the shape of the electron orbits / hemispheres. For that reason it is more useful to focus on the human inventions that corroborate the front perspective Atom View of the body.
There are various inventions from various cultures that corroborate the front perspective Atom View of the body. According to Happeh Theory, the people created these inventions based on the sensations from within their own bodies. The reason the different cultures developed similar inventions is because the human body is the same no matter what it’s geographical location may be.
There are two cultural inventions that will be used to corroborate the front perspective Atom View of the body. They both come from the country of Japan. The first example is from a Japanese style of cartoon that is called “Anime”.
Many people believe that cartoons are entertainment for children. That is a true statement. They might be inclined to dismiss as nonsensical any claim that a cartoon corroborates or proves something. That decision is hasty.
Any product of a person or nation will include the ideas of that person or the nation. Japanese Anime cartoons contain Japanese philosophical ideas, sociological insights, customs, and ways of thinking. There is no reason to disregard the insights into Japanese culture provided by the cartoon simply because it is targeted at children. Or because the overall cartoon is a fanciful artistic creation.
The Japanese Anime cartoon of interest is about some martial artists. Their job is to protect the Earth. The bad guys in this cartoon have a very distinctive look. They wear armor for their body that looks like the picture below.
That cartoon picture might seem familiar. The next picture should reinforce the sense of familiarity with the cartoon picture.
The picture of the man with the hemispheres on his body looks similar to the cartoon drawing. They should look similar if the cartoon is corroboration for the front perspective Atom View of the body. The arrows point out how the far ends of both hemispheres on the left look similar to the armor on the shoulders and the outer legs of the cartoon character.
In the picture of the man with the hemispheres on his body, the hemispheres are placed in front of the body so that the entire hemisphere is visible. If the hemispheres in the picture above are sunken into the body for a slight distance by moving them to the rear, the result looks like the picture below.
With the hemispheres sunken into the body so the center is no longer visible, the ends of the hemispheres look exactly like the armor on the cartoon.
The second corroborative example for the front Atom View of the body involves clothing. The clothing is cut in the same style as the armor. For copyright reasons, an actual picture cannot be used. The drawing below shows a real life man sitting down.
This outfit is a traditional Japanese outfit from the past. According to Happeh Theory, the human race is currently in a state of de evolution. This means they are forgetting things they used to know.
The people from the past knew more about how the world really works and how the body really works than the people of today. That is why many of the examples that support Happeh Theory come from either current day primitive cultures or from the past of modern cultures.
The arrows on the picture below highlight how the lower boundary of the clothing follows the shape of the electron orbits. The actual orbits are drawn on the picture on the right.
According to Happeh Theory, all clothing is based on a particular pattern of fibers or layers within the body. The clothes of this man follow the pattern of fibers inside of the body that are the inspiration for the front perspective Atom View of the body.