According to Happeh Theory, the human body can behave as if there is a pyramid within it located approximately as shown in the following picture.
(1) – A pyramid that is centered and aligned on the actual human body is associated with mental and physical strength, as well as mental and physical health and well being.
(2) – A pyramid that is not centered and aligned on the actual human body is associated with mental and physical weakness, as well as mental and physical health problems. an indicator of structural changes of the actual human body. Those structural changes are of interest because of their effect on the physical and mental health of the individual.
Those facts mean the pyramid associated with a human body can be used for health diagnosis and body assessment. All the observer has to do is determine if the pyramid associated with the patient’s body is centered and aligned on their body. If not, the amount the pyramid has deviated away from it’s proper location is directly related to the severity of health problems the that will affect that body. A small amount of deviation would be associated with minor health problems. A large amount of deviation would be associated with more severe health problems.
Using the location and orientation of the pyramid within the human body for health diagnosis can be taught to anyone who knows what a pyramid is supposed to look like. Any human being who looks at another human being and sees a pyramid that is not centered and aligned on the physical body knows the body of that person is not operating in an optimal manner.
The following picture will be used to demonstrate how easy this method of health diagnosis is. Please take a moment to examine the image of the example individual and form some initial impressions of what you see.
Although it is possible to ascertain the location and orientation of the pyramid within the body when it is in any posture, for the demonstration the picture of the example man’s body will be rotated until it is mostly vertical.
A normally oriented pyramid is then superimposed on the example man’s face so it’s peak is at approximately the same height as the top of his head.
The pyramid is also centered on the face.
is demonstrating where the pyramid associated with the example man’s body should be.
Finding out where the pyramid associated with the example man’s body actually is will begin with the original picture showing the man’s head slanted to his right.
A pyramid is then centered and aligned on the man’s face as it should normally be, which means the pyramid is slanted to the right like the man’s head.
Pyramids do not naturally slant to the right. The pyramid in the picture above would be unstable because it is standing up on it’s left end. The base of a pyramid is supposed to rest flat on the ground like the base of an Egyptian pyramid.
Finding the current location of the pyramid associated with the man’s body is as simple as rotating it until the base is horizontally flat.
The pyramid and the example man’s body are not aligned as they should be according to The Pyramid View of the Human Body, which means the example man should be experiencing some kind of health problems if the pyramid method of visual health diagnosis is valid.
The man actually is experiencing health problems, and quite severe ones as predicted by the large difference between the angle of the head and the pyramid. The example man has Alzheimer’s disease among a number of other health problems. Those facts support the claim that the pyramid method of visual health diagnosis is a valid method of diagnosis.
The feeling of “wrongness” instilled by a misaligned pyramid is usually stronger when the affected individual is vertically straight. The example man and the pyramid were rotated until the example man was oriented vertically in the next picture.
A pyramid balanced on one end with the base pointing off to one side seems obviously wrong compared to a head that is tilted sideways. It it too tempting to believe a head tilted sideways as in this picture,
is tilted because of a mental desire and not because of some structural change when looking at this picture.