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Jul 162013
 

A large majority of artwork is usually a commentary on the reality of what it means to be human. The artwork is an attempt by the artist to inform those who are ignorant of the realities of life about what they do not know. The purpose of using artwork is that words are too easy to ignore, and artwork can trigger instantaneous realization of concepts that might take hours to verbally describe. The picture below is an example of this phenomenon.

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Most impressions of the image would probably result in it being described as a scene of a man and a creature or some kind of monster. Which is what the image portrays on the surface.

The commentary on reality that the artist is trying to convey though is that the picture shows a healthy normal human being, the man, facing not a creature or monster, but what is actually an unhealthy abnormal human being.

What is it about the image that conveys that information? That the man is healthy and normal while the creature is really a human being who is unhealthy?

The man is a representation of a healthy human being because his body is upright and straight,

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he has a small rounded head,

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and he has a very large protruding stomach.

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The characteristics of the “creature” that reveal it is actually a representation of an unhealthy human being are basically the opposite characteristics of what are found in the body of the man.

The creature is hunched over instead of standing up straight,

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the creature looks like it has no stomach or a flat stomach instead of a fat rounded stomach,

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the creatures arms drag on the ground while the man’s arms hang by his sides,

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and the creature has a very large misshapen head compared to the small rounded head of the man.

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The head itself is probably the most revealing of the differences between a healthy normal human being and an unhealthy abnormal human being.

The hair of the unhealthy human being sticks out at odd angles,

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while the hair of the man is close to his head and well groomed.

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The mouth of the unhealthy human being is wide open,

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with large jagged teeth sticking out of it,

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while the healthy human beings mouth is closed and no teeth are visible.

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The unhealthy human being has a large pointy nose,

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while the healthy human being has a small rounded nose.

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The crooked “hat” the unhealthy human being is wearing,

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is probably the most insightful difference between the unhealthy and healthy human beings, because it is not actually a hat. It is a representation of part of what is called “the energy body” of a human being.

The energy body of a healthy human being like the man in the picture can be visualized as projecting an “invisible cone” up out of the top of the head, 

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whose center is aligned on the center of the standing up straight healthy human body.

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Their are two reasons the bent or crooked unhealthy human beings “hat” 

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is especially insightful to the reality of what it is to be human.

 The first insight is that it demonstrates the strong influence the body has on the position and appearance of the head. The reason the “hat” or energy projection at the top of the head of the unhealthy human being points backwards,

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is because it has to in order to counteract and balance the hunched forwards body.

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The second insight is an obvious one that almost does not need stating. In addition to the physical health problems associated with the obviously misshapen body of the unhealthy human being,

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the crooked cone or hat on the head of the unhealthy human being,

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means it’s thinking, emotions, and personality are all going to be crooked also.

 

Jul 132013
 

According to Happeh Theory, the human body behaves as if there is a pyramid inside of it, located approximately as shown in this picture.

The existence of the pyramid within the human body, is and has been known by people and cultures all over the world. Proof of that claim is found in the physical and intellectual creations of those people and cultures.

The existence of the Great Pyramids of Egypt,

implies the people of ancient Egyptian knew about the pyramid inside of the human body.

The reasoning behind that statement is, because the effort to build the Great Pyramids must have been stupendous, there had to have been an important reason for a primitive, non technological culture like that of ancient Egypt, to expend the effort necessary to build The Great Pyramids.

If the Great Pyramids were meant to be replicas of the pyramid inside of the human body, or replicas of themselves, that would be an important enough reason, for the ancient Egyptians to expend the effort necessary to construct the Great Pyramids. 

This picture from a Japanese Anime, 

is evidence the Japanese people also know about the pyramid within the human body. The picture shows what the Japanese think a strong martial artist looks like.

What is it about the image that would make a Japanese person think the man was a strong martial artist?

An initial examination of the picture reveals the man is wearing loose robes,

that are fastened with a belt around the waist.

The man is wearing a cape over the robes.

The man’s hands are together in front of him,

resting on a staff.

None of those observations seem related to the bodily strength an experienced martial artist would have. So what else in the picture could justifies the claim it demonstrates Japanese cultural knowledge of the pyramid within the body?

It is the existence of strong pyramid shapes all over the man’s body.

A strong pyramid is one that has a wide base,

because it is very hard to turn over a pyramid with a wide base.

If the picture is examined again while keeping the shape of a pyramid in mind,

a variety of pyramid shapes are found all over the man’s body.

The man’s arms and the top of his head form a pyramid shape

That pyramid has a very wide base,

Since that pyramid shape involves the arms,

the implication is that the arms must be very strong.

Another pyramid shape on the cartoon character’s body involves the shoulders.

The pyramid shape involving the shoulders is so large that just showing a part of it, requires shrinking the original image and superimposing it an a large background area.

The shoulder pyramid shape is then created by extending the natural lines of the shoulders in both directions,

then connecting the lower ends of the two extended lines.

Even though the image only shows the part of the pyramid above hip level,

the width of the pyramid base is extremely large.

If the shoulder lines were extended all the way down to the feet, the base of the pyramid would be gigantic.

That gigantic base implies the shoulder pyramid would be extremely strong and stable, which in turn implies the body enclosed within that pyramid,

would also be extremely strong and stable.

The clothing the man is wearing contributes to the impression there are strong pyramids all over his body.

The white cape the man is wearing,

creates an easily seen pyramid shape when contrasted to the dark color of his robes.

The arms of the robes have been designed so much bigger,

than the actual arms,

that the bottom of them hangs far below the arms. 

Why would the robes be designed so the sleeves hang far below the arms? The large gap in the sleeves would let in cold air.

The hanging sleeves would also be troublesome in daily life because they would tend to get snagged during regular daily activities.

The reason why is that even though the sleeves have an irregular circular shape,

they are also part of a pyramid shape created by the width of the arm,

and the bottom of the sleeves.

The hanging over-sized sleeves are also part of a pyramid shape whose base spans the opening of the sleeves, 

and whose peak lies on the elbow.

The presence of strong pyramids with large bases on the man’s body,

and in his clothes,

indicate to a Japanese person he is a strong martial artist.

The fact the Japanese people judge the strength of a strong martial artist based on the presence of strong pyramids on their body, implies the Japanese people must be aware of the pyramid within the human body. 

Jul 132013
 

The symbol in this picture is called an “Ankh”.

The Ankh is well known symbol of ancient Egyptian culture. The origin or the inspiration for the Ankh is not known by scientists. There have been a variety of theories put forth, some of which are listed next.

“The origin of the (Ankh)symbol remains a mystery to Egyptologists, and no single hypothesis has been widely accepted.

(1) – One of the earliest suggestions is that of Thomas Inman, first published in 1869;

It is by Egyptologists called the symbol of life. It is also called the “handled cross,” or crux ansata. It represents the male triad and the female unit, under a decent form. There are few symbols more commonly met with in Egyptian art. In some remarkable sculptures, where the sun’s rays are represented as terminating in hands, the offerings which these bring are many a crux ansata, emblematic of the truth that a fruitful union is a gift from the deity.

(2) – E. A. Wallis Budge postulated that the symbol originated as the belt-buckle of the mother goddess Isis, an idea joined by Wolfhart Westendorf with the notion that both the ankh and the knot of Isis were used in many ceremonies. Sir Alan Gardiner speculated that it represented a sandal strap, with the loop going around the ankle. The word for sandal strap was also spelled ?n?, although it may have been pronounced differently.

(3) – In their 2004 book The Quick and the Dead, Andrew Hunt Gordon and Calvin W. Schwabe speculated that the ankh, djed, and was symbols have a biological basis derived from ancient cattle culture (linked to the Egyptian belief that semen was created in the spine), thus:

the Ankh, symbol of life, thoracic vertebra of a bull (seen in cross section)
the Djed, symbol of stability, base on sacrum of a bull’s spine
the Was, symbol of power and dominion, a staff featuring the head and tail of the god Set, “great of strength”

Egyptian academics, in particular those at the University of Cairo, aver that the ankh has been over-interpreted and that it is representative of the pivotal role of the Nile in the country. The oval head is said to represent the Nile delta, with the vertical mark representing the path of the river and the East and West arms representing the two sides of the country and their unification”.

None of those theories are correct.

According to Happeh Theory, the Ankh symbol is a representation of the physical human being as well as what might be called the “spiritual” human being.

The location of the Ankh symbol on this man’s face,

demonstrates the inspiration for the Ankh symbol.

Why the Ankh is a representation of the physical component of a human being is easy to understand by comparison a picture of the Ankh Symbol to a human body with outstretched arms. 

An Ankh resembles a human body. The bottom of the Ankh looks like the lower torso and legs of a human body,

the horizontal projections of the Ankh look like the arms of the human body,

and the oval shape at the top of the Ankh looks like the head of the human body.

While it is true that an Ankh resembles a human body with outstretched arms, that explanation seems too simplistic to be a complete explanation for the inspiration for the design of the Ankh.

It seems like there would have to be a more important reason than just a general resemblance to the human body, for a relatively sophisticated civilization like that of ancient Egypt to imbue the Ankh with the importance it had in that society. 


That feeling is an accurate one. The design of the Ankh symbol was inspired by more than just an overall resemblance to a human body with outstretched arms.

The design of the Ankh is also based on what might be termed “the deep level construction” of the human body”.

Only people who either have developed their body in a particular way that makes them aware of the deep level construction of the human body, or people who through a fortune of birth are born with bodies that are already have the deep level of the body developed, could know that information.

Which means the ancient Egyptians knew about the deep level construction of the human body. And development of the deep level construction of the human body is associated with the simultaneous development of mental or “mystical” abilities, which is why the ancient Egyptians placed such importance on the Ankh.

Demonstrating what part of the deep level construction of the human body the Ankh is based on requires some modification of the symbol.

 The first thing that needs to be done is to split the circular top of the symbol from the rest of the symbol as shown next.

This picture shows the top of the Ankh symbol by itself so the motivated reader can think ahead and possibly reach some conclusion before they see it.

Then a picture of a reduced size image of the top of the Ankh on a large empty image.

The reduced size Ankh top is then moved to the right side of the empty image.

Then more of the reduced size Ankh tops are added to the image so they are all aligned with the original Ankh Top.

That image demonstrates the mystery meaning of the Ankh symbol as well as being a depiction of a human being. You are probably confused though. Huh? What if the picture is altered by adding a line following the boundaries of each Ankh top as it travels from the bottom of one Ankh top to the top of the next Ankh top?

You see it of course don’t you? The line following the boundaries of the Ankh top symbols forms a wave.

That is the secret meaning of the Ankh. A human being is really a wave. And the ancient Egyptians who are around hundreds of years ago knew that, and integrated the knowledge throughout their culture with the Ankh symbol.

Jul 132013
 

The human body has what is commonly referred to as “energy”. The energy of the human body is invisible, in can travel across distances, and it can interact with and affect other living bodies. This series of blog entries is devoted to examples of living creatures whose bodies are being affected in some way by the energy of another living creature.

The example picture for this blog entry shows a human being riding a horse.

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The right leg of the horse is crossed over,

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in front of the left leg.

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That is not right. A horse would not voluntarily cross one leg in front of the other because it would trip and fall down if it did. So why is the horse acting against it’s own instincts by crossing it’s right leg in front of it’s left leg?

Because the energy of the human being on it’s back is forcing it to cross it’s right leg in front of it’s left leg. 

That conclusion is based on the following observations.

The man is leaning over to his right side.

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Leaning over to his right side makes the right side of his body look straight.

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If that straight line is extended downwards,

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it is exactly in line with the horse’s right leg.

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The horse’s right leg is crossed in front of it’s left leg at the same angle the right side of the body of the human being on it’s back is leaning at,

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because the energy of the human being that is being funneled down the right side of it’s body into the horse’s body,

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is forcing the right leg to cross in front of the left.

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Jul 132013
 

Succubi is the plural of the word Succubus

Definition of Succubus

a succubus (plural succubi) is a demon which takes the form of a female to seduce men (especially monks) in dreams to have sexual intercourse. They draw energy from the men to sustain themselves, often until the point of exhaustion or death of the victim

That is a legendary kind of definition of the word Succubus.

According to this author, the use of the word demon in that definition is not a reference to an imaginary creature, but a reference to real women. According to this author, real human women suck the energy out of a men. None of the supernatural details and none of the dramatic imagery associated with mythical demons applies to these women.

Succubi can steal the energy of a man at any time of day. Not just during a sleeping man’s dreams. It is easier when the man is asleep for the obvious reason that the man is unaware and defenseless.

It is easier for Succubi to suck the energy of men who either do not know about energy, or have been convinced that human beings do not have energy. Because these men either do not know about energy or disbelieve in energy, they take no steps to protect themselves from being energy sucked by Succubi.

The picture below shows an example of a Succubus sucking the energy out of a man.

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It is difficult to describe the physical signs that indicate invisible energy sucking. All the interested person can do is take in the information and hold on to it until some point in the future when it makes sense to them.

Some looking for physical signs of energy sucking might start by asking “What is the woman, who is purportedly sucking the energy out of the man, doing? The woman is holding a cup most likely containing some liquid. What does a human being do with cup containing liquid? They usually drink from it in order to gain sustenance form it.

What does a Succubus do to a man? A Succubus takes energy from a man. Why? Because the man’s provides sustenance for the Succubus.

The tea cup is a prop for the Succubus. Every time the Succubus drinks out of the cup, she is really drinking of the man’s energy.

See how difficult those clues can be to accept? What is the difference between a Succubus drinking from a cup as an excuse to drink from someone’s energy, and two people actually drinking liquids together? The difference lies with the other clues in the picture. It is only through examination of those other clues that the determination can be made about whether energy sucking is going on or comradely drinking is going on.

What are those other clues in the picture that support the contention the woman is using drinking out of the cup as an excuse for drinking of the man’s energy?

Examine the man’s posture. His right hand is in his pocket,

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and his wait is forwards of his body,

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as if he was sticking his out towards the woman.

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Remember the definition of a Succubus?

a succubus (plural succubi) is a demon which takes the form of a female to seduce men (especially monks) in dreams to have sexual intercourse.”

The only way a man can have intercourse is with an erect penis. And the man’s body is positioned as if he is pushing his erect penis towards the woman. All the woman has to do to suck his energy is to suck on the man’s penis since he is so kindly sticking it out at her.

Some readers may have trouble accepting that the woman is sucking the man’s energy based on that information. A person needs life experience, exposure to hundreds of situations like this and thousands of other people, before they can gain the necessary expertise to see instantly what is happening.

For the reader who does not have that experience, there is one more clue that points to the sexual nature of the picture and the energy sucking of the woman. Look at the smile on the woman’s face.

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That smile is not a normal smile. It is a “sexually satisfied/sexual come on” type of smile.

If you have never seen a woman with a sexually satisfied smile or a woman has never made a sexual come on smile to you, then of course you will not be able to recognize the exact look of the smile for what it signifies.