The hair of a human being is designed to emanate from the center of the head because the human body is constructed like a torus. “Torus” is a fancy name for a doughnut shape like the one in this picture.
The next picture shows a vertically elongated torus centered on the human body. The entire top of the head can be seen sticking up out of the head of the hole in the torus.
In the next picture the hole in the torus was reduced in size so it only exposes a small area of the center of the skull.
The picture explains why the pattern of hair on the head of a human being should spread out from the center of the head. The human body is constructed like a torus with a very small center hole.
Any changes to that growth pattern is indicative of changes within the body that may or may not be signs of health problems. The next picture shows four different human heads. The one on the upper right only has hair on the sides of the head. That head would be considered close to design specifications.
The hair of the woman on the upper left is parted in a line on the left side.
Hair spreading out equally along both sides of a line on the left side of the head,
would obviously look different from hair emanating out of a circular hole in the center of the head. The parting of the hair on the left side of the individual’s head is associated with a unique set of changes within her body.
The hair of the man on the bottom right appears to be emanating from a line that travels diagonally from the front of the head towards the rear center of the head.
The hair on the right side of the part travels down to the right, while the hair to the left of the part travels up towards the back of the head, over to the left side of the head, and many other directions.
The odd and mismatched patterns of hair to the left of the hair part are indicative of a different set of unique changes within this individual’s body. An initial diagnosis that is matched by the condition of the rest of his body.
The hair of the young man appears to be emanating from a straight line slightly to the left of the centerline of his head.
The hair on the right side of the part falls mostly down to the right, while the hair to the left side of the part falls mostly down to the right. The location of the part in the hair to the left of the centerline of the of individual’s head is indicative of still another unique set of changes within his body.
The group picture demonstrates how simple and how common sense the Happeh Theory Health System of Hair Diagnosis is. It is easy to look at the head of another human being and determine where their hair appears to emanate from.
The common sense part comes from diagnosing body changes once the hair growth pattern has been determined. For instance. The hair of the older man on the bottom of the photo appears to start from the front right of his head and flow towards the back and left of his head.
The man’s head is also tilted to his left, the same direction his hair appears to be growing.
It is not a coincidence the man’s head is tilted in the same direction his hair is growing. The same changes within his body that make his hair grow to the left also tilt his head to the left.
The Happeh Theory System of Hair Diagnosis is that simple.