According to Happeh Theory, the human body can behave as if it is a pyramid.
A human body that behaves like a pyramid is different in various ways from a human body that behaves as if it is a collection of parts named “the head”, “the torso”, “the arms”, and “the legs”.
One area of difference would be movement. This blog entry discusses some of the ways a human body that behaves like a pyramid moves differently from a human body that behaves like a head, a torso, two arms, and two legs.
This example picture will represent a human body that behaves like a torso with the arms attached to the shoulders, the legs attached to the hips, and the head attached to the neck.
In this view of the human body, the arms, the legs, and the head, are all separate parts that can move independently of each other. The arms can move independently from the shoulders, the legs can move independently from the hips, and the head can move independently from the neck.
To emphasize that independence of the head from the body, the head was separated from the neck and moved up away from it’s natural spatial relationship to the neck in the following picture.
The following video demonstrates how a head that is independent or separated from the neck and body moves. The head can move any direction it wants to while the neck and body remain stationary.
A theoretical model formally defining the pyramid associated with the human body was created for Happeh Theory. That theoretical model is called “They Pyramid View of the Human Body”.
According to The Pyramid View of the Human Body, the human body behaves as if there is a pyramid associated with it located approximately as shown in this picture.
A pyramid is constructed from triangular sides. A perpendicular view of any of the faces of a pyramid would show only the triangle shape of one face of the pyramid. That is why all that is seen of the pyramid in the previous example picture is a triangular face, because the camera viewpoint is perpendicular to the rear face of the pyramid.
The location and size of the pyramid in the previous picture in relation to the body is not an arbitrary one. That location and size is indicated by natural triangles formed by certain parts of the body.
Please examine the rear view of the example human body for any naturally occurring triangular shapes.
One naturally occurring triangular shape is formed by connecting the shoulders to each other and to the base of the skull.
Another triangle can be created by connecting the shoulders to each other and to the peak of the head.
Either one of those triangles can be expanded to create the pyramid associated with a human body. If the base of the head triangle is moved downwards,
the head triangle looks like the triangle representing the pyramid associated with the human body,
If the base and peak of the triangle created using the base of the skull are moved by the appropriate amounts,
the neck triangle will also look like the triangle representing the pyramid associated with a human body.
The triangle or pyramid almost fully encompasses the body. Please ignore the upraised arms of the model which were raised upwards to provide a clear view of the sides of the torso. If the arms were at the side of the body, almost all of each arm would fall within the boundaries of the triangle.
Now that the location of the pyramid associated with a human body has been demonstrated and justified by relating it to natural occurring triangles found on the human body, discussing how that pyramid affects the movement of the human body can begin.
What are the main characteristics of a Pyramid? A pyramid is extremely stable because it’s center of mass is located over the center of the large flat rectangular base. A Pyramid is extremely strong because it is composed of triangles. Even the base of the pyramid is composed of triangles because a rectangle can be created from two triangles.
Those two statements would make it reasonable to tentatively conclude a human body that was like a pyramid should be stable and strong. That conclusion is correct. Human beings who have a strongly developed pyramid within their bodies are very stable when they stand or when they move. That stability extends into the mental and emotional realms as well.
A human being with a strong pyramid becomes physically, mentally, and emotionally stable, because parts of their body actually solidify into a pyramid like shape. One of the areas of the body that solidifies to form part of the pyramid associated with a human body is the triangular area on the upper body and head indicated in the following picture.
When a human being with a strong pyramid within their body moves, the area highlighted by the triangle will appear as if it is moving as one piece.
The following demonstration of the movement of the upper body and head as one solid piece will use the front of the body. The upper body and head in the following front view picture has been discolored in a triangular area approximately the same as the triangular area on the picture of the back of the body.
The following video demonstrates how the upper body and head of a person with a strong pyramid inside of their body moves as one piece.
How is this video different from the first video demonstrating head movement?
The first video of head movement showed the head and neck moving independently of the body. In this video the head and upper body turn simultaneously. The head can still turn independently as shown in the first video, but only in a limited way.
A video clip of a man who has a strong pyramid associated with his body is going to be presented next. The example man is an actor in a 1963 TV show called “The Outer Limits”. The example man appears to be about 50 or 60 years old.
It is the claim of the author that the example man has a strong pyramid within his body because he was born around 1900 and grew up in the early 1900’s. The author believes Americans of that time period knew that a human body had a pyramid inside of it, and they engaged in activities that would develop and strengthen that pyramid.
The following video clip shows the man described as having a strong pyramid within his body going out hunting with a younger man. ( The video and audio are not synchronized in the clip. Please ignore those technical difficulties. )
The best place in the video clip to observe the older man demonstrating how the connected body of a human being with a strong pyramid in their body moves is at about 0:07 seconds. At 0:07 seconds, the older man turns to the younger man.
When he does the older man turns his body and head to look at the younger man.
The older man could have turned mostly his head and only a little of his body and he would have been able to see the younger man. The older man did not just turn his head because he has a strong pyramid within his body.
The hardened triangular area connecting his body into one piece forces him to turn his entire body by some amount to assist in rotating his head. The older man’s head can be seen to rotate independently for some short distance, but then his body is forced to follow.
At 0:19 seconds the older man makes the same movement, turning his head and leaning his entire upper body backwards so his head can look at the younger man.
At 0:41 seconds the older man again rotates his body and head simultaneously, albeit to a lesser degree. The older man only needs to turn his head and upper body slightly because the younger man is close to him.
What is it about the younger man that signifies he does not have a strong pyramid within his body? The younger man’s body moves in a disjointed and unconnected way throughout the video clip. There are so many details the reader will need to discover most of them on their own.
One example observation indicating the younger man does not have a strong pyramid within his body is that in the following example picture, the younger man has his left hand in his pocket.
Why is the man’s hand in his pocket? There is no need for it to be there. The older man’s left hand is not in his pocket. Why is the younger man’s left hand in his pocket?
At the same time the younger man has his left hand in his pocket, his head juts forwards towards the older man.
The combination of a hand in the pocket and a jutting head is a classic sign of a disjointed or unconnected body. The man’s head is jutting forward because the connection that should hold it straight up like the old man’s head is held straight up,
is broken. Especially at the area where the younger man’s left hand is in his pocket.
A hand in the pocket might be hard for a reader uneducated in this subject to accept as an indication of a “broken” or unconnected body. A much more obvious indication of the “broken” condition of the younger man’s body that can be instinctively understood is the side of his body.
The sides of the body of the older man said to have a strong connected pyramid are mostly straight up and down.
Most people instinctively think of straight things as being stable and “right”.
The side of the body of the younger man who was said to have a weak or nonexistent pyramid is curved.
Most people instinctively think of curved things as unstable and “wrong”.
A final example indicator of the disconnected nature of the younger man’s body is the way he holds his hand in the following picture.
At the same time his head is tilted backwards,
The combination of the head looking upwards while the left hand hangs limply is another classic sign of a disjointed body.
When the man’s head tilts upwards his right eye looks downwards.
Why is the man’s right eye looking down if his head is pointing up? Shouldn’t the man’s head point down if he wants to look down? The mismatch between the head and eye direction is a sign of the disconnected nature of the younger man’s body.
The reader who is truly interested in this material, as opposed to reading the material out of curiosity only, will want to re-watch the hunting scene video while focusing on the older man’s stomach area.
The easiest way to observe the connected movement of a human being who has a strong pyramid within their body is to watch the stomach. The stomach of a person who has a strong pyramid within their body will very obviously look as if it is moving as one connected piece.
The truly interested reader will also benefit from knowing the stability of the older man’s movements can be described in an alternative way using Yin Yang Theory. The advice to watch the older man’s stomach is also motivated by the fact that the stomach of a human being with a strongly developed Yin part of the body will also look obviously connected into one piece.
The truly interested reader will want to memorize the way the older man’s stomach moves and exactly how the stomach looks when it moves. They can then use that memorized information to look for examples of those types of bodies and that type of movement in their everyday lives.
The younger man in the hunting scene video clip is approximately 30 or 40. That would place his birth sometime around the 1920’s.
It has been stated the younger man does not move like he has a strong pyramid within his body, and that he moves in a disjointed way that signifies a lack of physical power and a similar disjointed way of thinking
It is the contention of this author that the knowledge of the pyramid within the human body was purposefully expunged from the minds of the majority of the American public by inimical forces, who knew that lack of knowledge of the pyramid within a human body would change strong and healthy Americans who were mentally and physically stable, as exemplified by the older man, into unhealthy weak Americans who move and think in a disjointed way as exemplified by the younger man.
The purpose of changing Americans from a strong people to a weak people would of course be to make them easier to control by the inimical forces behind the expunging of this knowledge from the minds of the American public.
The difference in bodies between the older man born around the 1900’s and the younger man born around the 1920’s would imply that the expunging of the knowledge that there is a pyramid within the human body, from the minds of the American public, took place sometime between the 1900”s and 1940 or so.
The older man learned the knowledge as he grew up from 1900 to 1920 or so and incorporated it in his body. The proof is the current look of his body at the age of 60 or so. The younger man did not learn the knowledge as he grew up from 1920 to 1940 or so. He was therefore unable to develop and strengthen the pyramid within his body. The disjointed way the younger man moves at the age of 40 or so supports that claim.
The next example clip shows the older man from the first video clip in his role as president in the movie.
There is a Chinese man in the scene with the older man. At 0:07 seconds the man will begin to turn around to face the chinese man. He does this by turning his head slightly, his body follows, and he shuffles his feet slightly to bring them into position. The older man repeats that sequence of motions three times in order to turn fully around to face the Chinese man.
Why didn’t the older man take one big step to turn around to look at the Chinese man? Because it is uncomfortable to turn his pyramid stiffened body that much at one time. It is more comfortable for him to turn his body in increments than it would be to turn his body completely at one time.
At about 0:45 seconds the older man presents a profile view to the camera.
This look of the older man’s body in this profile view is the way most human beings with a strong pyramid within their body will look like. A thick and rounded head with a large back and belly.
The look of the older man’s body can also be described as one of the characteristic looks of a human being with a strongly developed Yin part of the body.