Jul 152011

A face shape can be found on the front of the torso of the human body. This picture shows the front of the torso of a computer model human body.

The eyes of the face are created from the chest,

and the nipples play the part of the pupils.

The nose is formed from the area under the center of the ribcage,

And the mouth is formed from the stomach around the belly button.

The next picture shows the torso of a human being with a face painted on it. The painted face is a good approximation of the face on the torso being described in this blog entry.

While it is intriguing and perhaps humorous that a face can be created on the torso, there is a more serious side to the face on the torso.

The appearance of the face on the torso is related to the health of the underlying torso. If one of the eye shapes changed for instance, that change would be indicative of some kind of health problem occurring in the chest that the eye shape is drawn on.

The appearance of the face on the torso is also related to the health of the head because the face on the torso behaves like a duplicate of the face on the head. Extending the previous example, if one of the eyes on the torso face changed shape, not only would it indicate a problem with the chest area it was drawn on, a problem with the actual eye area in the face on the same side of the body will be indicated.

The linkage between the torso face and the face on the head means that the head can also be used to diagnose the condition of the torso. If there was a problem with one of the eyes on the face, then the corresponding area on the torso face will also exhibit some related health condition.

The appearance of the face on the head and the face on the torso are both dependent on the condition of the interior of the body. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the internal anatomy of the human torso shown in the next picture. 

The face on the torso is then superimposed over the anatomy picture.

That picture demonstrates why the face on the torso can be used to diagnose health problems. Different internal organs are associated with different parts of the torso face. According to the author, changes to the appearance of the face on the torso are linked to changes in the organs associated with a particular torso face area. 

For instance. Let it be agreed that the right eye of the face on the head of a patient has been been either reduced in size, or it’s shape has been distorted in some way. Since the face on the head has been claimed to be linked to the face on the torso, the investigating medical person should check the condition of the right eye of the torso face, or the right chest area for additional or related health problems.  

Examination of the torso face drawn on the anatomy picture reveals that the right lung is behind the right eye of the torso face.

That linkage between the observed change to the right eye in the face, and the theoretical linkage to the right lung beneath the right eye of the torso face, means the investigating medical person should also check the patient for breathing problems or any other right lung related problem.

That examples demonstrates why Torso Face Diagnosis is so powerful. A Western or allopathic doctor would never think to check the lung function of a patient with a right eye problem. Their lung problems would go undiagnosed and possibly become worse. The only way the Western or allopathic doctor would discover the patient’s lung problem would be if he ordered expensive tests requiring sophisticated equipment.

 That same expensive testing regimen with sophisticated instruments would be required to diagnose most any internal health problem of the torso. But with Torso Face Diagnosis, all the investigating medical person needs are their own two eyes to narrow down where possible health problems might be present.

The following series of pictures highlight which organs would be affected by changes to the various parts of the face. The first picture highlights how the eyes of the torso face are mostly linked to the corresponding lung, with some small overlapping on the heart.

Changes to the nose are linked to changes to the heart, with some overlapping of both lungs.

Changes to the mouth affect many different organs because the mouth is so large.

The mouth of the torso face is influenced by the liver,

the stomach,

the large intestine,

and the small intestine,

The Daily Insight 7-14-11 – One Reason Why The Number Nine Is Mystical

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Jul 142011

The picture below shows a drawing by a man named Leonardo DaVinci. Leonardo Davinci was a famous Italian inventor.

According to Happeh Theory, the picture is an attempt to depict the three dimensional Yin and Yang parts of the body in a two dimensional medium.

How many arms and legs does the human being in the picture have?

He has four legs,

and four arms.

for a total of eight limbs.

If the head is counted there are nine protuberances

from the torso of the human body in the drawing.

According to Happeh Theory, that is why the number nine is mystical or sacred. Only people who knew about the Yin and Yang parts of the body would know that there were nine protuberances from the torso of the human body. In many cultures those people would be only the members of religions.

People who did not know about the Yin and Yang parts of the body would think there were only five protuberances from the human body because that is all that is visible to the untrained eye.

Jul 122011

The Pyramid View of the Human Body

The Pyramid is a structure with four sides and a wide, rectangular base that make it a three dimensional structure. When viewed from any one side, the Pyramid appears as a triangle.


One pattern of the fibers within the body behaves like a Pyramid. The Pyramid shape inside of the body is important in real life as well as theoretically. Some of the body views in this book are of educational use only. Others, like the Pyramid View of the body, influence the body in a way that can be seen with the naked eye. Many of the higher powers associated with human beings are associated with development of the Pyramid within the body.

Happeh Theory says that the ancient Egyptians built the Pyramids as a message to the future about the importance of the Pyramid inside of the human body. The plan was that the future people would wonder why so much effort was put into building a large monument of that specific shape. It is not what is found in the Pyramids, or who built the Pyramids that is important, it is the shape of the Pyramid itself that is the message the Egyptians wanted to convey.

In ancient times, it would be difficult to devise a way to pass on a message to the future. Paper or clay tablets, or even inscriptions in stone, could all be easily destroyed or damaged. If a written message was to survive the passage of time, there is no guarantee that the people of the future would be able to understand the language in which the message was written.

The only certain way to pass on the importance of the Pyramid in the body would be to build a huge stone Pyramid. To symbolically show in an unmistakable way that the people who built the Pyramids thought it was a shape that deserved veneration. This method of passing information to the future worked partially. The Pyramids survive to this day.

The human body is obviously not Pyramid shaped. A Pyramid does not have arms, legs or a head so that it can walk, manipulate objects, eat, breath, etc. This does not matter. The human body does not have to look outwardly like a Pyramid for it to behave like, or show signs of, the Pyramid within it.

The Pyramid within the human body is only visible in certain places. The most obvious place is on the forehead. The health and strength of a person according to the Pyramid View of the body are related to how obvious the external signs of the Pyramid within the body are. A weak person may exhibit only faintly visible external signs. A strong person will exhibit clear signs of the Pyramid within the body.

The person below is a professional fighter. A strong person. His forehead and head show a clearly triangular shape.


The next picture has an outline of a triangle drawn above the head to emphasize the triangular shape.


This picture has an actual Pyramid superimposed on the man’s forehead.


The Pyramid within the body will also show itself in the overall posture of a person. A person who is strong and healthy will have square shoulders and an upright, level stance. The body will be bilaterally symmetric. That means the body will be balanced and even on both sides.

The top of the head is equivalent to the peak of the Pyramid. The width of the Pyramid is determined by the width of the shoulders. A line drawn from the peak of the head on a diagonal so that it touches the shoulder, then continues on down to the ground would form one side of the triangular face of a Pyramid. A similar line drawn from the peak of the head, touching the other shoulder on it’s way to the ground, would form the other side of the triangular face of the Pyramid. A line connecting the two free lower ends of the angled lines described above would complete the base of the triangular face of a Pyramid.

The person in the picture below would be a healthy person. The shoulders are square and the body is upright and level. A red line on each side of the body starts at the top of the head and travels diagonally downwards. The lines touch the outside of each shoulder, then continue to the ground. There is a horizontal red line on the ground to complete the triangular shape of one face of a Pyramid.


The Pyramid View of the body can by used for medical or other diagnostic purposes. The Pyramid within the body of a person who is unhealthy will either change shape, position, or change both shape and position. The most common way weakness or ill health will show itself according to the Pyramid view of the body, is as a pair of mismatched or uneven shoulders. The picture below shows a person with tilted shoulders. The Pyramid is not balanced from side to side. The left half of the Pyramid base is wider than the right half.


In real life a person will rarely have only the shoulders tilted. Tilted shoulders are usually associated with bad posture. Usually, a person’s entire body will lean to one side or the other. The hips will also be tilted, and the legs will be in something other than a balanced stance.

This book uses a computer model for demonstration purposes. For copyright and privacy reasons, actual photos of real people cannot be used. The computer model is posed to mimic as closely as possible the posture of a person in a real life photo. In the picture below, the model is posed the way a famous movie star was posing for a publicity photo. The movie star is supposed to be a monster who is frightening people.


The model’s shoulders are tilted from high on the right to low on the left. The model also demonstrates the bad posture that is connected to misaligned shoulders. The feet are spread wide with more weight on the left foot. The right foot is raised up in the air with the knee bent. The entire body is tilted to the left. The Pyramid within the body of this man is extremely unbalanced.


The Pyramid View of the body and the Double Cylinder Body View can be related to produce an intriguing result.


The double cylinders will be modified so that the tops are reduced in circumference and moved towards each other.


The modified double cylinders resemble a Pyramid.


Both shapes are similar to the nose of the human body.

The Pyramid, the narrowed double cylinders, and the nose are all shaped like a triangle. The double cylinders look in general like the nose does. The connection between these shapes provides more corroboration for the validity of both the Pyramid View of the body and the Double Cylinder Body View.

Many of the ideas in this book are inspired by ideas and beliefs from various human cultures. These ideas and beliefs provide outside corroboration for the body views presented in this book. Any human culture develops a tradition or way of thinking for a specific reason. Even if the reason seems odd or unbelievable, there is a reason for everything.

Happeh Theory says the Pyramids were built by the Egyptians to pass the message to the future that there is a Pyramid within the human body. The Egyptians felt the Pyramid shape was important, and they associated the Pyramids with godliness. Egyptians were not the only ones to build Pyramids. South American Indians also built large stone Pyramids that have survived to this day. The South American Pyramids were a central part of the South American culture just as the Pyramids in Egypt were central to Egyptian culture.

Every society has a different way in which the importance of the Pyramid shape is conveyed to people. The USA culture used one method that is of particular interest. In the USA, the old $1 dollar bill had a picture of a Pyramid on the back of it. The emblem on the back of the USA $1 dollar bill is shown in the picture below. This emblem has been on the $1 dollar bill for at least 50 or 60 years.


As you can see, there is an eye in the upper part of the Pyramid. In many cultures across the planet, there are stories describing human beings as having a third eye. The third eye is traditionally described as being slightly above and in between the two normal eyes.

Happeh Theory claims that the Pyramid design on the back of the USA $1 bill was put there for the same reason the Egyptians built the Pyramids. To pass on to people the idea that the Pyramid is a very important shape. Just as important as the money on which this symbol is printed.

The eye in the upper part of the Pyramid, in the approximate location of where the third eye would be on a human body, is telling people that if they work on the Pyramid within their body so that it becomes strong, they will develop a strong third eye. The eye on the Pyramid offers corroboration for the claim by Happeh Theory that there is a Pyramid inside of the body.

An eye is for living things. It does not belong on a stone Pyramid. The designer of the symbol did not put the eye there for decorative purposes. Happeh Theory claims the designer did it purposefully to convey a message to people. His hope was that people would see the eye, an organic living thing associated with people, and wonder why it was on top of the Pyramid. A cold and dead thing made of stone. Happeh Theory claims the designer of this symbol hoped that a curious person would do something like what has been done in this next picture.


A curious person who was interested in divining the intent of the symbol designer might consider resizing the Pyramid in order to match the vertical level of the eye in the Pyramid, with the eyes of a human being as shown above.

When the Pyramid was resized so that it’s eye was on the same vertical level as the eyes of a human being, the Pyramid itself “coincidentally” turned out to be the same general height of the human body. After the curious person examined this “coincidence”, the symbol designer hoped the message he was trying to convey, that there is a Pyramid within the human body, would be clear.

The symbol designer intended that the curious person, after noticing the relationship between the vertical level of human eyes, and the vertical level of the eye on the Pyramid, would then focus on the Pyramid shape itself. A natural step would be for the curious person to superimpose the Pyramid on the human being as has been done with a black outline in the picture below.


Accepting that the eye on the Pyramid represented the third eye of a human being, and that human beings really do have third eyes, the curious person would then be forced to consider that the outline of the Pyramid on the human body implied that there was a Pyramid inside of the body that was just as real as the third eye. This conclusion would hopefully be reinforced by the Pyramid like sensations the person was receiving from their own body as it grew.


Jul 122011

The Spring View of the Human Body

The Spring View of the body uses coil springs to describe how the limbs of the human body are formed. It describes one way the limbs of the human body function on a very basic level. Because humans originally evolved from animals, the human body must be positioned on all 4 limbs on the ground like a 4 legged animal in order to describe the Spring View of the body.

In general, the arms and legs of the human body can be described as cylinders. The picture below places a cylinder in back of the leg and another cylinder in front of the arm for comparison. The arms and legs of course have the bumps and depressions caused by their muscles. In spite of this visually irregular surface, the limbs can be treated as the featureless smooth cylinders shown.

This discussion is about the Spring View of the body. It needs to be shown that the cylinders in the previous picture are equivalent to spirally wound springs before the explanation can continue.

A cylinder is either a circle that has been extended perpendicularly along it’s center point, or a cylinder is created by the volume enclosed by a spiral in which all of the coils are the same diameter. To verify the second statement, we first examine some three dimensional coil springs.

The coil springs above are wound in a spiral that looks to be the same diameter as far as can be determined from the picture. If the coil springs are outlined as is done in red in the picture below, the shape is a rectangle.

On the right is a cylindrical flower vase. If we look only at the outline of the vase, we see a rectangular shape. To verify the vase is cylindrical, we look thru the side of the vase at the bottom. The bottom of the vase is a circular shape. Both the bottom of the vase and the coils of the springs are circular. They both present a rectangular profile. Therefore, a spiral in which all the coils are of the same diameter does form a cylinder.

Now that it has been shown that a cylinder is equivalent to a spiral, the cylinders in the picture of the man on all fours can be replaced with coil springs. In the picture below, the coil springs are superimposed over the cylinders.

The coil springs fit within the outline of the cylinders as expected. The picture above was originally used to show that, in general, the arms and legs are cylindrical. If the arms and legs are cylindrical, and a cylinder is formed from a spiral, then the arm and leg cylinders can be replaced by spirals. The picture below shows the coil springs superimposed over the arms and legs of the man. The cylinders remain in the picture for comparative purposes.

The picture above implies that 4 legged animals bounce on their legs in order to move themselves. The bouncing motion is modified for smoothness and efficiency in real life.

There are not real coil springs inside of the human body. If a person examines an Anatomy book, there are no coil spring shaped structures traveling from the chest to the hand or from the buttock to the foot. This does not matter. What matters is that the body can behave as if there is a spiral shaped pattern of fibers in the arms and legs.

A person can verify the presence of these fiber patterns in the body only by going thru the necessary physical practice to change their own body. At some point the training will induce the spiral sensations within them. Only then, with the proof from their own body, will they know for certain that the coil spring shaped structures in the arms and legs do exist.

Until then, a person could look to the world around them for some corroboration for these ideas. For example, there is an animal that is an example of a living coil spring. A snake will form itself into coils at various times in it’s existence.

The behavior of the snake shows that it is possible for a biological structure to behave like a coil spring.

If a person was to examine human culture, they would find that the snake had some importance or the other to most cultures. The ancient people understood that the human body is constructed of biological springs or “snakes”. Chinese martial arts include many references to spirals and snakes. In the picture below, a man is doing a posture from Tai Chi called “Snake Creeps Down”.