( The material for this blog entry is an unfinished chapter from a book begun years ago. The material was not edited when it was cut and pasted on 1-3-12. )
Clover is a low ground covering plant. Clover usually grows so that it it has three leaves as shown in this photo of a clover patch.
A four leaf clover is a plant that is associated with good luck in various world cultures. The commonly accepted reason why a Four Leaf Clover is lucky is because of it’s rarity. Because clover is normally a three leafed plant, if you find a four leaf clover, you must be a lucky person.
The picture below is of a four leaf clover.
According to Happeh Theory, the four leaf clover represents good luck because it is a representation of a healthy human body. In the past, when health care was primitive and any simple injury might lead to death, a person with a healthy body would be considered to be a lucky person.
A healthy person has “good luck” because their health allows them to get a good job. Their strong state of health will make it easy for them to attract sex partners, friends, or any other person for any other type of beneficial personal relationship.
How exactly does the four leaf clover represent a healthy human body? According to Happeh Theory, the four leaves of the four leaf clover correspond to the four quarters of the human torso. Here is a picture of the human back.
The most natural way to divide the back into four sections is around the shoulders and buttocks.
Each shoulder and each buttock has been outlined in black. The outlines follow the natural flow of the buttocks and the shoulder blades. The outlines on the shoulders and buttocks resemble the leaves of a four leaf clover as shown below.
In the next picture, the four leaf clover was resized and superimposed on the back to emphasize how much the shoulders and buttocks combination resemble the four petals of a four leaf clover.
There is a difference between the picture with the shoulders and the buttocks outlined and the picture above. The leaves of the four leaf clover are joined in the center. Each leaf grows out from the stem in the center. The outlines on the shoulders and buttocks are separated at the center as shown below.
The Four Leaf Clover View of the body is related to the Kidney View of the body. The Kidney View of the body says that the back can be described as two large kidneys located as shown in this picture.
The relationship between the Four Leaf Clover View of the body and the Kidney View of the body is that the four leaves of the Four Leaf Clover correspond to the four lobes of the pair of kidneys. The leaves of the four leaf clover cover the shoulders and the buttocks in the same way that the upper and lower lobes of the kidneys cover the shoulders and the buttocks as shown below.
Now that the relationship between the Four Leaf Clover View of the body and the Kidney View of the body has been explained, the gaps between the outlines of the shoulders and the buttocks can be dealt with. In the picture below, the kidneys are placed on their real life location on the back.
The kidneys fill the hole between the outlines of the shoulders and the outlines of the buttocks. The kidneys look like they connect the same side shoulder to the same side buttock. According to Happeh theory, the kidneys behave like the stem of the four leaf clover. The shoulders and the buttocks behave as if they grow out of the kidneys in the same way the four leaves grow out of the stem of the clover plant.
The next picture has the kidneys superimposed on the picture of the four leaf clover on the man’s back. This is done to verify that the kidneys are in the same location as the stem of the four leaf clover.
According to the Kidney View of the body, a person who is healthy will have a healthy and balanced pair of kidneys. According to the Four Leaf Clover View of the body, the shoulders and buttocks can be treated as if they grow out of the kidneys in the same way leaves grow out of the stem of a four leaf clover. The implication is that a person with a healthy and balanced pair of kidneys would also have a healthy and balanced pair of shoulders and buttocks.
The comparison also works in the opposite direction. If one person observed another person with a strong set of shoulders and buttocks, the observer would know that the person being observed must have strong kidneys.
The kidneys have some of the strongest influence on the overall health of the human body. The health of the kidneys directly influences the overall strength and posture of the body. The strength of each arm and leg is directly related to the strength of the kidneys. The kidneys affect the eyesight, the hearing, breathing through the sinuses, and speaking and breathing through the mouth.
The health of the kidneys also affects the sexual strength and sexual orientation of a person. The kidneys have an influence on the size and shape of the man’s penis and testicles. The kidneys also influence the size and shape of the woman’s breasts and vagina.
The Four Leaf Clover View of the body is useful simply because it divides the body into four separate areas. In real life, some parts of the body that visually appear to be one large piece behave as if they are composed of four separate pieces. The Four Leaf Clover View of the body familiarizes us with the acceptability of separating other areas of the body into four sections.
The mouth is one of the areas of the body that behaves as if it is separated into four different sections. According to Happeh Theory, the mouth behaves as if it is composed of four sections of the head created by cutting the head horizontally across the mouth and vertically down the center of the head as shown below.
The next picture shows the head model actually cut into the four sections outlined above. Each section is then pulled out on a diagonal away from the mouth opening.
The head is cut from top to bottom and front to back. The center of the back of the head acts as the pivot point or point of operation for opening and closing the four sections. When this four part mouth moves, the parts do not move up and down. They move in and out on a diagonal as indicated by the arrows below.
A person will not be able to feel the four sectional mouth unless they have done specialized physical exercises for years. A more realistic estimate might be decades. Even after all that time and work, it still requires curiosity, patience, and awareness to feel the four sectional mouth within the head.
Another area of the body that The Four Leaf Clover View of the body says as four different sections is the torso. According to Happeh Theory, the four sections of the torso formed by the buttocks and shoulders act as a large mouth. The shoulders and buttocks behave exactly like the four parts of the mouth on the previous page behave.
The torso can naturally bend forward and backwards. The torso is able to mimic the natural motions of chewing by the real mouth. The picture below demonstrates the chest bending downwards while the hips move upwards.
The picture on the left is the man bending the chest downwards and the hips upwards to mimic motion of the upper and lower jaw moving towards each other as they chew. The picture on the right has a simple mouth drawn on it. The vertical lines are meant to indicate teeth. The mouth might help visualize the motion of the torso as a chewing motion.
Just like the real mouth, the four part mouth has a tongue. That sounds reasonable because a tongue is needed to help move the food around when chewing. What is startling is that according to Happeh Theory, there is also a “tongue” that protrudes from the mouth on the torso. This tongue exits the torso in the area between the lower part of the rib cage and the belly button.
The purpose of the tongue in the torso is too complex for this simple book. I will say that the torso tongue is involved in the sex act. This is why the missionary position with the man and the woman’s stomachs pressed together is the sexual position recommended by religious texts. The tongue in the torso is involved in the act of procreation as well as the act of communication.