Aug 192011
 

This material was created years ago. It is very primitive and may be somewhat garbled.

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Little, Blue, Bug Eyed Aliens Are Based On Human Being’s, Not Aliens

A common depiction of aliens that has been used in many Hollywood movies and Television series is shown in the picture below.

The “alien” is colored blue, it is very short,

it has very thin arms and legs,

it has a big head,

and it has large eyes,

that look like the protruding eyes of a bug.

According to Happeh Theory, human beings have the ability to metamorphose into a type of human being as they age, like a caterpillar metamorphosing into a butterfly.

The changes being referenced are not the typical degenerative changes associated with old age. The changes being referenced give that metamorphosed human being different abilities than an un-metamorphosed human being.

The changes are so significant and occur at such a deep level  in the body that a human being who has undergone those changes could legitimately be described as “Alien”. A creature that is different from the creature known as “a human being”.

The metamorphosing process can occur naturally in some human beings, it can be accelerated or assisted by engaging in various activities, and it is possible for some human beings to never go through the metamorphosing process, even though it is part of the natural evolutionary cycle for a human being.

For those who are curious, reasons why a human being would not go through the natural evolutionary process of changing into something resembling a little blue bug eyed alien include Sloth, Alcohol abuse, Drug Abuse, Sexual Abuse, and any kind of Physical abuse of the body that could include activities like performing an exercise incorrectly, or performing physical actions too much. 

If human beings are supposed to metamorphose into something that looks like Little Blue Bug Eyed Aliens as they age, why isn’t that fact common knowledge? Why do people believe that Little Blue Bug Eyed Aliens are a depiction of creatures from another planet, instead of saying “Hey! Those aliens look just my grandma and grandpa!”?

One reason is because un-metamorphosed human beings cannot see the changes that occur in a metamorphosed human being, because their eyes and body are not developed in the necessary way. The process of metamorphosing changes the eyes and body so they can see the changes in a fellow metamorphosed human being.

Another reason is because while the eyes of an un-metamorphosed human being do physically see the changes in a metamorphosed human being, because they are unaware the changes are metamorphic changes, the un-metamorphosed human being believes they are looking at normal human human bodies.  

If Little Blue Bug Eyed Aliens are really human beings who have metamorphosed naturally into a different type of human being, why do Hollywood and the Media present them as Alien creatures to be feared, instead of metamorphosed human beings that we will all turn into as we age?

Two possible reasons immediately come to mind.

1 -The artists who created the aliens for Hollywood and Television know what a metamorphosed human beings look like, they know that un-metamorphosed human beings will not recognize the metamorphosed human being as a human being, so instead of coming up with some original design for an alien, they just created a metamorphosed human being and counted on the fact the audience would be mostly un-metamorphosed human beings who would not know what they were looking at. 

2 – The creators of the Little Blue Bug Eyed Aliens could have done it for educational purposes. They are showing un-metamorphosed human beings what a metamorphosed human beings looks like so that when the un-metamorphosed human beings begins to gain the ability to see metamorphosed human beings, they will not react with fear or suffer mental injury, because they have seen lots of movies with Little Blue Bug Eyed Aliens in mostly benign circumstances.

3 – The people characterizing the bodily appearance of Little Blue Bug Eyed Aliens as bad creatures that do bad things, might do so because they want to interfere with or prevent the natural development of the un-metamorphosed human beings into metamorphosed human beings.

By instilling fear of metamorphosed human beings in un-metamorphosed human beings, those un-metamorphosed human beings will avoid and shun metamorphosed human beings who can teach them that about metamorphosing, and they might even react with violence towards metamorphosed human beings, who are actually the elders of their society who are supposed to be treated with respect.

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One of the characteristics of the aliens that seems hard to believe could be an actual change in a human body, is the blue color of the aliens. It is very hard to believe that a human being turns into a vibrant blue color when they age.

That is a good reaction to have because metamorphosed human beings do not become a vibrant blue color. The extreme blue color fo the aliens in the movies and television is done for dramatic effect. Metamorphosed human beings might exhibit a very slight blue coloring only. That claim is not so hard to believe if you have any experience with old people, because most old people really do have a dull kind of look to their bodies that is usually described as “grey”, but could arguably be described as a “very dull blue color”.

Another characteristic of the Little Blue Bug Eyed Aliens that is exaggerated for dramatic purposes in movies and television is the short stature of the aliens. A metamorphosed human being does not shrink down to the size of a midget when they metamorphose. But! A metamorphosed human being will shrink smaller when they metamorphose, possibly by inches in height. 

The same exaggeration is applied to the thin arms and legs of the alien. The arms and legs of a metamorphosed human will not shrink down to the size of sticks, but they do shrink by a large amount. 

At this point there are certainly readers who disagree with what has been said. They will feel it is outrageous or just plain wrong to claim human beings can metamorphose into something resembling the small blue aliens. Those readers will want to examine the next series of pictures depicting human beings who resemble Little Blue Bug Eyed Aliens.

The first picture is of a starving human baby.

Doesn’t that starving human baby look like a Little Blue Bug Eyed Alien?

The babies arms and legs have the same thin, stick like look the arms and legs of the little Blue Bug Eyed Alien does.

That picture proves a human being can little tiny stick arms and legs. The baby also has a big head in comparison to it’s body like the blue alien does.

The next picture shows an African Bushmen.

Although the size differences are not as striking as with the starving baby, the arms and legs of the Bushman are relatively thin compared to his body,

and his head is relatively big compared to his body.

The most noticeable feature of Little Blue Bug Eyed Aliens are their large, bug like eyes. 

While the eyes of a metamorphosed human being do not physically bulge out from the head like an insects eyes, they can give the impression that they are bulging out from the head like insect or Little Blue Bug Eyed Alien eyes.  That impression is formed by changes that occur to the eye and the face and head around the eyes.

The next picture shows an example of a “metamorphosed human being” whose eyes can give the impression of bulging outward like alien eyes.

The line in the next picture approximately encloses the area around the left eye that is involved in providing the impression that eye bulges outwards like an alien bug eye.

The following series of pictures provides more examples of metamorphosed human beings whose eyes can give the impression of bulging outwards.

 

All of these examples show a large circle around the eye that is much larger than the eye itself. Each one is large and of the same general shape and location of the big eyes of the aliens created for TV and Movies.

This phenomenon will occur more prevalently in some cultures than others. Those cultures are usually more primitive cultures, or cultures whose people have maintained the knowledge and traditions they had as a primitive culture.

A simple and primitive video was created to assist in visualizing what is happening in the body of a human being who has large alien looking eyes.

( A duplicate of the video is included below for those who prefer to read and for more leisurely study. )

Here is the demonstration human being.

We are talking about the eyes so let’s zoom in close to the face.

Here are the eyes for the model.

The eyes are normally sized for this model so they will fit right into the eye sockets as we would expect.

Now the eyes will be enlarged so that they resemble the large eyes of an alien.

As you can see, the enlarged eyes no longer fit in the eye sockets of the head. But. If we remove the top of the head,

Then we change the camera angle to look inside of the head from above,

we can see that on the inside of the head there is lots of room for a bigger eye. What are the outwardly visible signs of this big eye on the human face?

Because the lens of the big eye is not physically present, all a person can see are the outlines on the face of where the big eye is. To see how this looks on the model, we will move the normal sized eyes out of the way,

and bring in a new set of eyes that have had the front cut off of them.

Then we move the camera to a side view.

Here we can see the edges of the big eye inside of the head just breaking thru the surface of the face. Here is a different camera view of the big eye outlines around both eyes.

It is these edges or outlines that are the only evidence regular people can find to support the big eye concept.

Aug 172011
 

 Chinese culture defines the human body as having two types of strength. The translation for those Chinese concepts are “Internal Strength and External Strength”. 

That information can be confusing for Westerners, because there is no similar body concept in Western cultures.

Chinese writings on the subject are difficult to decipher because of poor translations, or because the material is written in a literary and flowery style that Westerners with a modern technological based education cannot comprehend.

There is also the possibility of purposeful secrecy in some of the material. The characteristics and abilities of a people who understand the concepts of internal and external body strength are different and almost always superior, to the characteristics and abilities of people who do not have the concepts of Internal and External Strength.

The following short video shows two professional fighters walking onstage at a fight promotion. The body of one of the men has the characteristics associated with External Strength, while the other man has a body that displays the characteristics of Internal strength.

There are only two men in the video clip. Try on your own to decide which man has an External Strength type of body and which man has an Internal Strength type of body.

The only clues you should need is that Internal Strength is associated with softness, while External Strength is associated with Hardness.

Aug 152011
 

Happeh Theory is a collection of information about the construction and behavior of the human body. According to Happeh Theory, speaking the English language is unhealthy for a human being. Speaking English can literally lead to the development of various health problems, and more importantly in the opinion of this author, speaking English can inhibit or retard the growth of the Yin part of the body.

( For those that do not know what the word “Yin” means, it is a word associated with Yin Yang Theory. According to Yin Yang Theory the human body can be described in terms of Yin and Yang. It is the Yin part of the body that is harmed by speaking English. )

The reason why speaking the English language is unhealthy is very simple to understand. In order to speak English, the human body is forced to hold it’s breath constantly, and to clench or contract parts of itself in ways that can cause the development of health problems.

( EDIT: There are no illustrations for this blog entry. This material would benefit immensely by having illustrations added. )

 

The English language is dominated by consonants and words that end in consonants. A consonant is a letter that is called a “hard” letter like the letters “t”, “d”, “b”, “g”, etc. In order to speak a consonant the human body must clench or contract itself, and usually hold the breath for a short or long time depending on the consonant.

The easiest part of the body to notice where the clenching takes place is in the mouth and jaw. If the reader will say the letter “d” to themselves in slow motion, they should feel their tongue press against the roof of their mouth for a moment.

When the tongue presses against the roof of the mouth, the reader should feel their exhale stop because the tongue is blocking the flow of air. Blocking the flow of air builds up the air pressure behind the tongue. When the reader finally releases their tongue to say the letter “d”, they should feel air squirt out of their mouth because it is under high pressure.

The same process happens with some slight variation for all consonants. The mouth will close itself in the way necessary to say a particular consonant. Some part of the tongue will touch the roof of the mouth for a short or long time to block off the exhale and build up air pressure behind the tongue. The tongue will then be released and the mouth may or may not change shape, which allows the high pressure air behind the tongue to squirt out of the mouth.

The words in the English language and the way they are spelled can force an English speaker to hold their breath for maybe 50% of the time they are speaking. It is common sense that holding the breath is going to be unhealthy. The human body requires a clear, unobstructed, and constant flow of air to reach it’s peak strength and health.

It is equally common sense that clenching, contracting, or tightening the mouth in the way necessary to pronounce consonants, is going to produce physical tension in the mouth and head. That physical tension can cause or contribute to the development of health problems in the head and neck area.

The tension necessary to hold the mouth in a certain way to say a certain consonant is not limited to the mouth or head area. According to Happeh Theory the entire body is involved in speaking. There are particular areas of the body that are linked to the actions necessary to say different consonants. Constantly clenching those other areas of the body while speaking English, will cause health problems to develop in those areas of the body.

The reader might be wondering if there is any corroboration for the claim that speaking English is unhealthy for the human body. Yes there is. That corroboration comes from other languages spoken by human beings from other cultures.

Almost all human cultures other than English cultures speak languages that are vowel dominant or end in a vowel. A vowel is a letter that requires a constant flow of air to pronounce like the letters “a”, “e”, “i”, etc. To say the letter “a”, the mouth is opened wide so that air can issue from the throat in a large volume uninterrupted flow.

It is common sense that saying a letter that requires a constant flow of air to speak is going to require a lot of breathing. The individual must constantly breath air in so they have air available to push out in order to pronounce a vowel.

This is especially true for vowels at the end of words and sentences. Most sentences in most languages will hold some kind of emotional emphasis to them. Emphasizing a word or sound requires adding additional pressure to it.

By constructing a language so that certain words end in vowels, or certain sentence constructions always end in words that end in vowels, the additional pressure within the body that is produced when emphasizing a word is able to freely and completely exit the body, because the mouth is not blocked by the tongue when it is saying a vowel in the way it is blocked by the tongue when saying a consonant.

Many of these languages also pronounce consants differently than English speakers do. Consonants in English are usually pronounced in a short clipped way consistent with breath holding. When other languages pronounce consonants they will hold the consonant sound for some period of time, which allows the release of air and physical tension.

The above paragraphs may be hard to visualize. A simple demonstration of what is being said can be provided by using an example non English word that is spelled “Ai-yaa”. If the reader well say “Ai-yaaa” themselves, they will feel the large constant flow of air it takes to say the word. The reader should have to continuously exhale to say the entire word.

If the reader then says “Ai-yaa!” with an emphasis to it, they should feel the extra tension required to say the word with empahsis flows freely right out of their mouth, because the mouth is wide open when it prounounces the “a” and “y” of “Ai-yaa!”

The most well known language that is purposefully constructed to increase the health of a human being is the Chinese language. The Chinese language is full of vowels that require large volumes of air to pronounce. There are also consonant combinations in Chinese that require large volumes of air to pronounce.

Here is an example of a Chinese sentence.

“Shu-She Zai Na-Li”

All five sounds in this sentence end in a vowel which will require large volumes of air to pronounce. In addition, the consonant combination “sh” is frequently prounounced with a large exhalation of air. Like saying “shhhh” in English to tell a person to be quiet.

Chinese sentence structure is such that sentences in Chinese frequently end in words that end in vowels. Since it is natural to emphasize the last word of a sentence, the additional body pressure produced by any emotional emphasis easily and comfortably exits the body through the wide open mouth shape required to pronounce a vowel.

The reader who has experience with Chinese people should know exactly what the above paragraph is saying. The air pressure inside of Chinese people is so strong from speaking Chinese all of the time, that when they say the words at the end of their sentences with emotional emphasis, the amount and pressure of air exiting their mouth is so high it almost sounds like they are yelling.

The Chinese language is not just designed for health reasons related to releasing or diminishing excess pressure within the body. The Chinese language is also designed to develop the Yin part of the body, and it is designed so that it is easier or more comfortable for a human being with a strongly developed Yin part of the body to speak the language.

A strongly developed Yin part of the body will physically change the human body in certain ways. These changes make it more comfortable for the strongly Yin human being to speak a language like Chinese.

Another languge that is designed to help the speaker release excess air and physical pressure, designed to develop and strengthen the Yin part body, and designed to be comfortable for people with a strongly developed Yin part of the body to speak, is the Japanese language. Here is an example of a Japanese sentence.

“souridaijin wa naikaku kaizou o okonau”

As you can see, all of the words except the first one end in a vowel. In order to say each of those words the Japanese speaker must open their mouth and expel large amounts of air. The Japanese speaker will need to breathe regularly and deeply in order to have the amount of air necessary to prounounce all of those vowels.

Japanese people provide an example of human beings with a strong Yin part of the body, who find it uncomfortable or impossible to pronounce the unhealthy English language. Japanese people have trouble pronouncing the letter “l” and the letter “r” in English. That is because the changes that a strong Yin part of the body have made in their body, make it hard, uncomfortable, and even painful to pronounce those two letters.

One more language that requires lots of air and lots of healthy breathing to speak, that develops the Yin part of the body, and is comfortable for a human being with a strong Yin part of the body to speak, is the Spanish language. Here is an example Spanish sentence.

¿Dónde está la casilla de correo más cercana?

Every word but one ends in a vowel. The person speaking that sentence is going to have to breath in a lot of air in order to have enough air to say all of those vowels. The last word of the sentence ends in a vowel, so if the Spanish speaker wants to put some kind of emotional emphasis on the last word of their sentence, they can do that in a healthy way by expelling as much air as they want through the wide open mouth shape required to pronounce a vowel.

The Spanish language also has consonants that are held for some time when they are pronounced. Holding the consonant is different from making a short clipped consonant sound. When a human being holds a consonant sound, instead of the breath backing up and causing high air pressure in the mouth like it does with English consonants, the high pressure air can exit the Spanish speakers body in a healthy way via the nose.

Some Spanish speakers provide another example of human beings with a strong Yin part of the body, who have difficulty pronouncing the short clipped consonants of the English language, because of the changes that a strong Yin part of the body has made in them.

Some Spanish speakers are known for not being able to say the letter “b”. According to Happeh Theory the reason why some Spanish speakers cannot say the letter “b”, is because they have a strongly developed Yin part of the body. These Spanish speakers will say “v” instead of “b”, because it is more comfortable for their Yin developed body to say the “v” sound.

The Spanish speakers with Yin developed bodies who say “v” instead of “b” are usually from Spain. According to Happeh Theory, the reason the Spanish speakers in the Americas say “b” instead of “v”, is because they have been corrupted by their exposure to the English language.

Because Spanish speakers in America speak or are exposed to English speakers, their bodies have changed from the bodies of strongly Yin people of the Spanish speakers from Spain, into the more Yang bodies of speakers of English.

There should be a question on the minds of most readers after pondering the above information. That question should be, “If I start speaking Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, or another language designed for strongly Yin human beings, will speaking that language develop and strengthen the Yin part of my body, and make me physically and mentally stronger and healthier?”.

The answer is “Yes”. The time period will naturally be on the order of years for the reader to notice the changes in their body because the effects are subtle, and because it takes that long to learn to speak another language proficiently.

Any individual who is sincere about maintaining their body and their health at it’s peak condition, or who is interested in developing, strengthening, and maintaining the Yin part of their body, would seriously want to consider learning to speak Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, or any other vowel dominant language, perhaps for the rest of their lives.

Aug 142011
 

The video linked below explains why people wear low hanging pants that reveal their butt crack. ( The production values are primitive because the video was created a long time ago. )

A web page duplicate of the video is also provided for those who prefer to read, and for more leisurely study.

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This video is about why the fashion of wearing baggy pants was developed. The reason is related to this picture of an old Kung Fu master.

Here is the example human model.

This object will represent a pair of snug fitting pants.

Because the pants are snug, they stay where they are.

Next, the pants are made larger to mimic the baggy pants style.

Because the pants are too big they want to fall down to the ground.

How does the the person stop his pants from falling to the ground?

The person does a very simple thing. The person widens his legs by rotating his knees outwards.

When the baggy pants begin to fall down now, the wider legs hold them up.

This is what the wide knee’d example model looks like underneath the baggy pants.

If we compare the picture of the model to the picture of the old Kung Fu master, they both have their knees rotated outwards.

The Kung Fu master is not wearing baggy pants so why are his knees rotated outwards?

His knees are rotated outwards because that is a hallmark of one kind of Kung Fu practice.

Here is a skeleton model.

This bone

is the sacrum or tailbone.

One of the principles of some types of kung fu is tucking the tailbone.

If the sacrum is rotated or tucked under, the legs will tend to rotate outwards.

Tailbone tucking makes the knees rotate outwards. The master’s pants obscure his tailbone from view.

The fashion of baggy, gangster style pants

were invented to train people to tuck their tailbones.

Even though the people do not know what is happening, they must tuck their tailbone and widen their knees to hold up the baggy, gangster style pants.

These people are tricked into gaining the physical and mental benefits associated with the practice of Kung Fu.

Support for the claims in this video come from the picture of the example man. The man in the example picture looks very strong, and his knees are spread wide.

 

Aug 132011
 

The material on this page is based on a poorly made early Happeh Theory video. That script has been mostly rewritten and images have been added to help make the point of the video.

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Zen is the name of a collection of ideas and practices, whose implementation is said to lead to a state of enlightenment. Enlightenment is described as a state of permanent bliss, that is the result of being free from desire and suffering.

Enlightenment in the Zen tradition, is attained through the employment of a number of different methods. Sitting meditation is one of the methods, used by Zen practitioners to reach enlightenment.

The practitioner will sit in a special posture, like the one demonstrated in this picture.

 

The practitioner will sit in the posture for some period of time, watching the thoughts in their mind come and go.

The goal of the meditating person is to to reach “The Void”. The word “void” means an empty place. A mind that reached “The Void”, would be a mind that was empty and clear of all thoughts and desires.

According to Happeh Theory, the void state of mind can be reached by other methods.

According to Happeh Theory, the void can be thought of as a physical place within the body.

 

Moving the mind or the awareness into this physical void within the body, has the side effect of causing the mind to become emptyand enter the void state described by Zen practitioners.

For the purposes of this video, the mind and awareness will be treated as if they are the physical forces within the body. The kind of physical force being referred to, is like the sensation produced by pressing a finger into the palm of the other hand.

 

The sensation felt by the hand being pressed on is “a physical force”.

The multitude of sensations that are produced by all of the physical forces within the body, are perceived by the mind and are part of what makes the mind aware that it is living in a human body.

In addition to the local physical forces that exist in the brain area, which are represented by the black arrows superimposed on the brain in the next picture,

 

the brain is also stimulated by physical forces from within the body that press on the brain.

 

According to Happeh Theory, the brain reacts to the stimulation of those physical forces by producing thoughts and desires. Those thoughts and desires are another part of what gives the mind it’s awareness that it is living in a human body.

If the mind is filled with the sensations,

 

caused by physical forces within the body,

 

and if physical forces from the body pressing on the brain fill the mind with thoughts and desires, then it seems obvious that one way for the mind to become empty and reach the void state, would be to eliminate the physical forces within the body that produce sensations in the mind, and also eliminate the physical forces pressing on the brain that cause the production of thoughts and desires in the mind.

How could the physical forces in the body be eliminated? One way would be to stop the generation of physical forces within the body, at their source.

The human body is a living organism that must always be generating physical forces as part of the ongoing process of life. Stopping any of the physical forces generated within the body at it’s source would be likely to have negative health effects on the body.

Another way to eliminate the physical forces within the body, would be to neutralize the physical forces. In order to neutralize or cancel out a force,

 

an equal but opposite force must be produced somewhere within the body.

 

Neutralizing physical forces within the body with counterbalancing physical forces will not be discussed in this video. Instead, this video will use the simple analogy of throwing out trash,

 

to visualize how the physical forces within the body are neutralized.

The physical forces within the body that produce sensations that are perceived by the mind, and the physical forces pressing on the brain that cause the production of thoughts and desires, will be treated as if they are trash,

 

that can be stuffed away into specified areas of the body,

 

like stuffing trash into a trashbag.

 

The specified areas of the body have the properties of a void. A void is like a bottomless pit,

 

into which any amount of physical force will disappear into.

After the physical forces within the body disappear into the void like areas, they no longer produce any sensations that can be felt by the mind, nor do they press on the brain causing the creation of thoughts and desires.

Because the brain is no longer perceiving physical force induced sensations, thoughts, or desires, the mind will be empty, thereby fitting the definition of “The Void of Zen”.

Describing the location of the areas that the physical forces within the body disappear into requires a short statement about Yin Yang Theory. According to Yin Yang Theory, the human body is composed of Yin and Yang. Like any other two things that are pressed against each other, the Yin and Yang areas of the body have a joint in between them.

According to Happeh Theory, the joints between the Yin and Yang areas of the body are actual physical locations within the body, that behave like a void. Because those voids are bottomless, they can be filled with any amount of physical force currently present within the body, or any amount of physical force that could be generated by the body.

Real world exercises that demonstrate the principle just described, are a type of Kung Fu exercise known as “grinding”. The Kung Fu student will be told to “grind a part of their body”, which will produce sensations of power and pressure.

The power and pressure generated by the grinding exercise will naturally go into the joints between the Yin and Yang areas of the body, usually in the immediate vicinity of the part of the body doing the grinding.

By paying attention to the effects of the grinding exercise, the student will first learn that the power and pressure of grinding, naturally goes into the joints between the Yin and Yang areas of the body.

The student will then notice that, no matter how much grinding generated power and pressure, is pushed into the joints between the Yin and Yang areas of the body, they never feel full. Like a void, the joints between the Yin and Yang areas of the body will always feel empty, no matter how much power and pressure is pushed into them.

The individual who learned to push the physical forces generated by grinding exercises into the joints between the Yin and Yang areas of the body, could then apply that technique to reaching the “Void” described by Zen practitioners.

The individual would search their body for any sensations of physical force. They would then use the technique they discovered through the practice of grinding exercises, to push those physical forces into the joints between the Yin and Yang parts of their body.

After performing the technique on any and all of the physical forces they find within their body, their mind would become empty of sensations, thoughts and desires, thereby reaching the “Void” described by Zen practitioners, without using the Zen recommended mental practice, of “watching the thoughts come and go”.