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Now, acupuncture has been what the West calls “validated” according to its standards, rather than observing the obvious benefits China enjoyed for thousands of years using a peer-reviewed, differential diagnostic, empirically based medicine (while the west was still using leeches and witchcraft and abandoning lepers to colonies). China had the world’s first true surgeon, and the world’s first text on colds and flus.[pullquote align=”right”]science (n.) mid-14c., “what is known, knowledge (of something) acquired by study; information;” also “assurance of knowledge, certitude, certainty,” from Old Frenchscience “knowledge, learning, application; corpus of human knowledge” (12c.), from Latin scientia “knowledge, a knowing; expertness,” from sciens(genitive scientis) “intelligent, skilled,” present participle of scire “to know,” probably originally “to separate one thing from another, to distinguish,” related to scindere “to cut, divide,” from PIE root *skei- “to cut, to split” (source also of Greek skhizein “to split, rend, cleave,” Gothic skaidan, Old English sceadan”to divide, separate;” see shed v. From late 14c. in English as “book-learning,” also “a particular branch of knowledge or of learning;” also “skillfulness, cleverness; craftiness.” From c. 1400 as “experiential knowledge;” also “a skill, handicraft; a trade.” From late 14c. as “collective human knowledge” (especially “that gained by systematic observation, experiment, and reasoning). Modern (restricted) sense of “body of regular or methodical observations or propositions concerning a particular subject or speculation” is attested from 1725; in 17c.-18c. this concept commonly was called philosophy. Sense of “non-arts studies” is attested from 1670s. The distinction is commonly understood as between theoretical truth (Greek episteme) and methods for effecting practical results (tekhne), but science sometimes is used for practical applications and art for applications of skill. To blind (someone) with science “confuse by the use of big words or complex explanations” is attested from 1937, originally noted as a phrase from Australia and New Zealand.[/pullquote]
But alas, the West finds all this unimpressive. Yet, despite trying to disprove the medicine, has so thoroughly proven it, they’ve tried to invent their own versions – medical acupuncture, dry needling, trigger point therapy, cold laser therapy, etc… – rather than learn Zhongyi’s secrets. Bone setting? Nope, not invented by chiropractors. Invented in India and China under separate systems, the first a form of physical therapy, and the latter a form of massage (tuina).
So… now that acupuncture ascends… one must ask (as I do in this video above): “what else have I been lied to about?” What else has been told to me in my 50-year-old-culture under the guise of “scientific rigor” which amounts to nothing more than confirmation bias gone awry? What else, has turned out “not to be woo”?
Below are my top ten, with their research results that are published where you can see them for yourself. I know you already know that the sickcare world of drug after drug sandwiched with steroids and surgery and antibiotics, is not working for 95% of cases, and mostly is there for a) saving lives or b) creating miracles that change lives; but cannot even get the cause of heart disease correct. But what else has been hidden from you, the public commoner, about your world, your health, and even your Universe?
The Above Dirac Delta was extremely controversial when it was discovered. However, as it turns out, it must exist to be able to describe electricity among other scientific phenomena. Notice there is no “area” under the function’s “curve” yet the integral is “1.” Western scientists would have you think this is unrelated to anything about anything, but actually it very succinctly defines Truth, which is something no one person can occupy yet we all know it to be the thing we need the most. Some would say Truth = God, I’ll leave such theology for you to decide. The point is that Aristotlians promote a view that severs you personally from these maths, because it provides inconvenient truths, literally. But actually there is no evidence that you are separate from mathematics’ uncanny symmetries and all-too-convenient design. Many physicists still, atheist or no, seek a Grand Symmetry or “Unified Field Theory,” which the Chinese simply call “Tao.” The e=mc^2, that is Qi in a nutshell. If there is energy there is matter, and vice versa. Yet western physics is kept separate from your anatomy, as I shall show below, and often ignored, and indeed, at great peril not only to your person, but to Humanity as a whole.
Zhongyi – Chinese Medicine – is by design Humane. It is humane to a fault, even, as the Chinese have culturally never worried about endangered species or anything ethical so long as humanism was the top priority (in medicine). Even the Art of War’s science revolved around making war humane; something the West abhored, and rathered, instead, to line people up to march across a field to be shot. Such a style of warfare reflects conclusively the separation of the Spirit, Mind (or spirit-mind/psyche) and Body… the idea that your psychology has nothing or little to nothing to do with your physical well-being.
Mathematics disagrees. It is all a data matrix of the nth degree, and the only thing one has to do, is figure out the (context). In other words: everything is connected.
[accordion-item title=”Yin & Yang – the polar Universe”]There is a book that’s worth reading, at least the first few chapters, called “Stone Monkey, A Chinese, Alternative Scientific Reality, by Bruce Holbrook. He compares, at the time, some of the leading research being done to try to force objectivity and separateness onto a reality which, according to Quantum Relativity, cannot possibly be objectified. It is, at all times (post creation of a mind), polar. In other words: the Chinese were right. And you can prove this for yourself. There is literally nothing for which you cannot name its polar opposite. Go ahead, and try it. The only things that science has had to stand on are from thermodynamics: the “law” of entropy (chaos increasing) and “absolute zero”. Now the latter has been debunked, much to the chagrin of many physicists I am sure. As for the so-called law of entropy, you can observe for yourself that everything about life is an ordering, and even the Universe is going from chaotic to highly ordered systems, despite the predictions of physics. Doing things like accelerating expansion (no more “Big Bang”, by the way, it is called Expansion Theory now), and things moving faster than light via ‘entanglement’ has completely thrown the old idea of entropy into the basket, although you’ll still hear it touted here and there. Once upon a time Earth was even considered a fluke of chaos – a coincidence – rather like monkeys building a jet airplane. Meanwhile, actually, there appear to be thousands of Earth-like planets in our galaxy alone, which is one of hundreds of billions out there in the single known Universe. Have I thoroughly debunked these thermodynamic dinosaur ideas for you? Basically, humans don’t know anything. [/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title=”Qi Fields”]Now, mathematically, Dark Energy (Tao) and Dark Matter (Qi) have been described, but not yet found, despite millions and maybe billions spent. However, this is not surprising to the Chinese, after all, who first came up with the concepts.
But here’s where it gets interesting. A recently released study confirms what those of us in energy work, Tai chi, Qigong, yoga, and reiki already knew: Qi fields of energy can be felt, not just with one person with himself, but between people. To be honest, animals can sense them very easily, and do, often (hence dogs knowing a person’s character by their aura). But this western research, combined with the next item below, really puts damage to the argument that Qi is woo. Also see the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sxwn1w7MJvk[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title=”Channels or luo-mai”]Finally, meridians have been found.
They were theorized as a new circulatory system back in the 1960s but they have finally been located using technology. They are, in fact, very small, and all over the body, more than the Chinese and Indians have mapped. They are circulating electrical and fluid information (just as nerves do) in what is called the Promo Vascular System. We knew they existed by thermography, but for years people argued it was merely blood-flow. Which doesn’t make sense because although we improve blood-flow, people already have blood-flow to their tissues when they come in (or it would be rotting/necrosing). And yet we don’t say that everyone is circulating Qi. In fact, most people, due to meds, caffeine, sugar, and alcohol, are not circulating Qi at all to their hands and feet.[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title=”Meditation Works”]In a study conducted a few years ago, several individuals were put into intensive meditation retreats, basically doing breathing and exercises all day long. The before and after pictures speak for themselves. Aside from that, for a long time now the University of Kentucky, of all places has been a central hub of research into Mindfulness Based Meditation Research which has demonstrated very conclusively the positive outcomes of MBMR on patients. It is also well known to improve not only the quality of life, but the quality of end-of-life or one might say even death.[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title=”The spirit-mind-body”]While western science is unable to verify the spirit as a substance, it is leaning more and more towards discussions of the Ether again (the subject of Einstein’s first paper) to describe the medium of data transfer of mathematics or such things as the aforementioned “spooky action at a distance.” While none of that research is conclusive, studies have shown, however, that spirituality itself, and of course talk therapy, and counseling, have positive benefits on the human body as well as improving mental well-being. But, more importantly, research into placebos has revealed that the effect of interconnection is so strong, due to what are termed “mirror neurons,” that the empathy or lack of perceived empathy, can be more profound an effect than morphine and other drugs. That the confidence in the doctor’s words and actions can exceed the performance of plecebo drugs, as well as surgery or drugs. How’s that for the power of the mind over matter?[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title=”Essence – Jing Qi”]Once again, Qi has not yet been found, technically speaking. It probably, mathematically, cannot on a single plane of existence; but I digress. However, we have fond that the concept of Essence is being slowly proved along, and with baffling results. First it was simply epigenetics that explained the mechanism whereby behaviors affected genetics. But now, we are seeing sexual studies in rats showing the genes of previous mates being in offspring, and of changes in offspring due to genetic changes in the male/father. How interesting is that!?[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title=”Parasitic Syndromes”]Once upon a time, things like Chronic Lyme and feeling of bugs under the skin were all classified as Delusional Parasitosis aka “worms of the mind” (the same way PMS used to be labeled as “hysteria”, the root word meaning uterus – no sexism there). The condition – and others like Ekbom or Morgellon’s diseases – are still classified as psychiatric. But, western medicine is coming around now and starting to acknowledge (due to being forced to) the growing number of cases where pathogens have long term effects, post antibiotics and steroids, on not just the mental state of the victim, but their physique as well. Joints, nervous system issues, glands, sense organs, and normal bodily functions like bowels and urine can all be affected. And no, it isn’t just you. Chinese Medicine has known about this for thousands of years, the condition is what we call Gu (worms) Syndrome and describes an energy wave that impacts the body long after the original parasite is gone. Something imprints and encourages the growth of other pathogens, like candidiasis, yeast, H. Pylori, cytomegali, chicken pox, herpes, STDs, etc… causing health decline and decline of quality of life. I have personally met many people with this condition; one so bad she could not even cosnume garlic or ginger, or have on overhead lights. I must concur with doctors, though, long-term anti-biotics is not the solution. You need the Gu Syndrome formula. Period.[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title=”Auras and other energies beyond your field of vision”]This would include Gui (ghost-like energy), auras, magnetic sensitivities, and even sensing crystals (covered in the next tab). The basic fact, here, is that we’re talking about things beyond the normal color range spectrum of the human eye; sometimes just beyond it and possibly a bit askance to it, and merely intersecting due to strange physics. But auras have been found not only around living objects, but even showing where freshly cut leaves should have been. Critics say “if you wipe the surface, the effect disappears” to which the reply is, emphatically, so has the aura! Any expert qigong specialist would agree, not disagree here.
Meanwhile, the Ghost hunting field has exploded with tons of new photography devices and recorders that help to capture EMF of the subtle ranges that are just beyond the normal cognition. Things that require a special state of mind or a gift to normally encounter are now being recorded with common regularity by common professionals whose passion it is to record. I also recommend watching the documentary “Wake Up”, here is a trailer.
Granted, much of the beliefs around these goes to the next step: the superstitious or religious. Bear in mind that Gui come in the form of orbs of energy, and their auras are only seen by some people. But they are definitely not how movies describe them. So no horror film type stuff. (Although I did have a patient who was adversely affected after visiting Waveland in Louisville; and the house burned down that same night).
“Science fiction is science we have just not discovered yet.” (Arthur C Clarke) But what you do with the information is up to you. I’m only here to tell you the data is unprecedented, large, and at this point undeniable. A skeptic will always deny; that was what they did to Galileo, too. When it was a few creepy people in the dark, possibly pranking, it was one thing. But now there are scientists and technology specialists around the world hunting Gui and getting very good at photographing obviously strange auras that do not show up using the same equipment in places where no Gui are reported. Once again, Chinese medicine already has predicted this, and even what happens next when they interact with you, your body, and how it impacts your health, and even how to treat them. As for auras, most people, given a small amount of training, can perceive basic 1st level auras within minutes to hours.[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title=”Stone therapy”]Now as if the last one weren’t hard enough to swallow – and I may have lost a few of you despite my efforts – this one is difficult to explain to the audience. What is missing is a core understanding of electromagnetics theory and how, at our basis, we are electrical beings. Of course it is well known that we utilize ion mobility in blood and fluids, as well as inside nerve dendrites, to conduct current. But what people do not seem to understand is that our cells, organelles, and DNA also are conducting electrons and reacting to force fields. As a matter of fact, the nucleic acid rings in our DNA are circular and share electrons, and as they circulate them, they generate and of course receive, microwave electromagnetic fields. By generating B fields they conduct E fields, which in turn induct other B fields, and this cascades up and down the DNA strand, the gene, the chromosome, and perhaps even all the way out, with significance, throughout the entire cell, certainly the nucleolus and nucleus.
What does it mean? It means that nerve cells are antennas. And if nerves are antennas, then what are they sending and receiving? It seems certainly plausible, given newly revealed research that people “share energy” that what is being shared is some type of EMF in the form of auric data, perhaps via entanglement. Nobody really knows. We need more experimentation and better technology to “see” inside the DNA. But we all know what being in bad places does to us, and what going to beautiful places (like waterfalls and parks) does for us. So I encourage you to consider the field effect around you. In the case of stones and crystals, that they have regular patterns and frequencies which may induce or conduct frequency alterations within their local radius, that is to say, when placed against the hand, skin, or head. There is far more to crystal therapy than I can share here. But I just want you to consider the facts of the DNA electricity conduction/antenna, and you should draw your own conclusions with whatever you are comfortable with believing. Cast aside what you don’t need, at this time.[/accordion-item]
[accordion-item title=”You are what you eat – fall of diet fads”]When I teach the “Five Element Diet” I generally follow no specific fad or new supplement wave. Why? Because a) the amount of chemical information out there is excessive and incomprehensible, even with supercomputers crunching the empirical subjective and objective data and b) it is impossible to sort through the implicit bias that the opportunities of profit have created.
Here’s what the facts are showing, though. Things that fall in the “brown” category (wood), like grains, sugars, syrups, etc… do increase inflammation (wood burning into fire). Things that fall in the damp category do interfere with Earth and Water (exocrine<->endocrine system). Now finding any “scientific” evidence that supports without any that doesn’t contradict the previous research is almost impossible with foods. So I encourage the reader to do their own research as regards the issues of liver induced heart and kidney damage, and pre-diabetes. The conclusions are best if you reach them, rather than me force you to reach the same as me. Food is too religious. Just remember: you are what you eat.
As with all things, be healthily skeptical. Just remember, as Galileo said, “It moves anyways.” Whatever our conjecture, it is all occurring all the time and nothing we do can stop the mechanisms of the Universe.
Peace upon you, friends, and blessings (from God or whatever Source you seek),
-Sf. Ramon Careaga