Jun 122012
 

The video linked below is located at YouTube.

Why does the human body behave as if there is a pyramid in it?

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

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This video provides one way to answer the question “Why is there a pyramid inside of the human body?”

According to the Pyramid View of the Human Body, the human body behaves as if there is a pyramid inside of it, located as shown in this picture.

A natural question to to ask is, “Why does the human body behave as if there is a pyramid inside of it?”

According to Darwin’s Theory of Evolution, human beings originally evolved from a single cell floating in the ocean. That single cell evolved into a fish,

an amphibian,

a reptile,

an insect,

a bird,

a mammal,

and finally into a human being.

According to Happeh Theory, the human body contains somewhere within itself, one or more characteristics of all of the creatures on the path of evolution. That would mean that the human body, should exhibit one or more of the characteristics of a fish.

One characteristic that a fish and a human being share, is a spine. A fish has a spine as demonstrated in this picture,

with ribs sticking out from either side,

and a head at one end of the spine.

A human being also has a spine as highlighted in this picture,

with ribs sticking out to the side,

and a head at one end of the spine.

If a human being evolved from a fish, it seems natural to compare the two creatures, so that the spine of both creatures are oriented in the same direction.

This picture shows the fish rotated, so that the fish spine is vertical like the human spine.

The head of the fish is also matched to the head of the human being,

when the spine of both creatures are oriented this way.

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