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Research in Medical & Engineering Sciences

Why is the Acupuncture Point Bai Huei (Gv20) Point of Union?

  • Open or Close Dr. Maria Kuman*

    Holistic Research Institute, USA

    *Corresponding author: Maria Kuman PhD, Holistic Research Institute, 1414 Barcelona, Knoxville, TN 37923, USA

Submission: April 16, 2018; Published: May 22, 2018

DOI: 10.31031/RMES.2018.05.000609

ISSN : 2576-8816
Volume5 Issue2


Ancient Chinese texts claim that the point Bai Huei on top of the head is a point of union: 101 imbalances can make it painful and 101 diseases can be healed by treating it with acupuncture. This article aims to explain why this is so. Our nonlinear electromagnetic field (NEMF) has a donut (torus) shape. Recently, the Russians patented equipment capable to measure its spinning. The axis of spinning is passing through the hole of the donut, which is along the backbone. This makes our body a magnet with northern pole on top of the head and southern pole at the tailbone. Our donut-shaped NEMF has 6 spinning energy centers along the axis of spinning, which rule the 6 endocrinal glands; the seventh one is Bai Huei. Each of these spinning centers, when numbered from the tailbone to the head, is represented by a donut with increasing radius. All these donuts have the same axis of spinning, which makes them united on top of the head and at the tailbone. In vertical cross-section, they look like 6 magnetic lines starting at the top of the head and finishing at the tailbone (Figure 1). This makes the top of the head, where the northern pole of the magnet is, a point of union.

Keywords: Acupuncture; Acupuncture point Bai Huei; Bai Huei a point of union; Explaining the point of union; Shape of human nonlinear EMF

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