The video linked below shows two men dancing. One of the men has developed the Yin part of his body relatively strongly, while the Yin part of the body of the other man is less developed. The stronger Yin development of the Asian man makes his body appear to move as a large connected piece. The weaker Yin development of the white men affects his movements by making them wilder and less restricted.
Any interested individual can watch the video of the two men dancing and compare exactly how the Asian man moves to how the Caucausian man moves to teach themselves how a human body that moves as one connected piece moves, and how a human body that is not connected into one large piece moves. The observant individual will also notice that the two men have different body types. The differences in the appearance of their bodies is also a result of the amount of Yin development each body has.
The video segment in question begins at 20:04 of the following video which is located at Youtube.
The posts in this section have the potential to stimulate the thinking of the reader.
Dragonball Z is a cartoon that was created in Japan sometime in the 1990’s. The cartoon was about a young boy who knew kung fu and his adventures in life. According to Happeh Theory, the creators of the cartoon Dragonball Z put real life Kung Fu information into the cartoon.
That claim should be nothing startling. Any human being who creates anything will add their life experiences into the creation. It would be natural for the Asian people who created Dragonball Z to insert their own knowledge of Kung Fu into the cartoon. According to Happeh Theory, the Kung Fu knowledge presented in Dragonball Z ranges from training practices to the bodily changes that Kung Fu well enact on a practitioner. Please keep that final statement in mind as you read the rest of this blog entry.
The following picture shows what Goku looks like.
Goku is known for his distinctive haircut. Part of the hair raises up in the air and arches over to his right,
While the hair on the left side of his head points to his rear left.
Happeh Theory is concerned with the construction and behavior of the human body at a deep or low level. Happeh Theory employs theoretical models that replace the complex human body with some less complex object in order to explain the nature of the construction and behavior of the human body.
One of those theoretical models is called The Atom View Of The Human Body. The Atom View Of the Human Body is based on the common depiction of an atom like the one in the following picture.
The atom consists of a black center section which is called “the nucleus” of the atom,
and two circles centered on the nucleus and aligned on opposing diagonals around the nucleus that represent electrons.
According to The Atom View Of The Human Body, the human body can behave like the atom shown in the picture above. The next picture shows The Atom View Of The Human Body.
The nucleus of the atom is centered on the stomach area,
while the electron paths follow an orbit that goes around a shoulder an the opposite hip.
According to Happeh Theory, the design of Goku was partially influenced by knowledge of The Atom View Of The Human Body.
Here is a comparison picture of Goku and The Atom View Of The Human Body.
Can you see how the design of Goku was influenced by The Atom View Of The Human Body?
The part of Goku’s hair that goes up in the air can be treated as the upper part of one of the electron orbits in The Atom View of The Human Body.
The other electron orbit fits into the empty area on the left side of his head.
Which means that Goku’s head equates to the nucleus of the atom.
There will be some readers who are likely wondering, “Why is the blue electron orbit surrounding a blank area above Goku’s head? I can understand the red electron orbit because it goes around the hair. But there is no hair on the other side of the head so why am I supposed to accept the blue electron orbit goes there?”.
That is a very good question. Any reader who asks themselves that question should pat themselves on the back for being a perceptive person. You may not like the answer though. 😉
The practice of Kung Fu will change the body in certain ways. Those changes can and do affect the growth patterns of the hair on the head.
The reason the hair on the left side of Goku’s head does not stick up in the air is because Kung Fu has changed some of the patterns in his body so that they pull his hair down to his head. The only people who can be aware of that fact are people who have practiced Kung Fu and have felt these changes in their own bodies.
That fact supports the claim of this series of blog entries, that the people who created Dragonball Z inserted real life Kung Fu information into Dragonball Z. Only a person who had practiced Kung Fu and felt the change in the growth pattern of their own hair would be able to transfer that personal experience into the design of the cartoon character named Goku.
The video clip linked below is from a Japanese Anime. The scene portrays one character Possessing the body of another character. Do not allow the special affects or the knowledge that this video is intended for children distract you from the fact the video was created by an adult whose intent was to teach children about real life.
The feet of Dragonball Z fighters are pointy.
The video linked below comments on that fact and it’s relati0nship to real life.