The Pyramid View Of The Human Body And Japanese Martial Arts – Incomplete

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. 

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