Re: Quantum Mechanics according to Mark Mccutcheon

From: Qion (physicsofchi_at_yahoo.com)
Date: 02/10/05


Date: 10 Feb 2005 06:13:43 -0800

Bjoern (and Aaron if you are reading this),

Let's focus on the essentials (and one where you quantify it, etc.)
which is the "electrical properties" of the acupoints on the skin
that qi healers can sense qi entering and exiting the skin acupoints
and can be seen directly by trained claivoyants (not those half
baked street idiotic psychics). The following article by Doctor
Richard Gerner who wrote "Vibrational Medicine" gives nice
summary about the acupoints and their special electrical
properties such as great conductivity, etc.(which can maybe serve
as tubular guides to the qi subtle energy from the vacuum currently
undetected by science? or maybe the bioetheric body and the
magnetic properties of qi can induce suble electrical properties on
the acupoints as it enter the body? I'm not sure what is the case
as I didn't do much research yet about the meridians & acu stuff).
Presently Tiller has the best model for etheric body and qi
where he put it to phenomena that occur beyond c that doesn't
obey the law of relativity because its not mass based as we have
already discussed previously. Etheric body/Qi being outside of
spacetime is the reason we can detect your etheric body half a world
away (not space limited) and detect the incomplete qi energy
entering the body of the astronauts on the moon (not time limited).
Of course, it can be said the latter may be just the clairvoyant
reading the memory of nature when they attempted to see how the
qi enter the body of the astronauts back in 1969. Anyway. I don't
have proof about this moon qi so can't say more except
that he is the same claivoyant who scanned your body couple of
weeks ago. Note that if etheric/qi thing is beyond c and our
body is within spacetime. What connects the two. Tiller proposed
the Deltron particles from 9D that can serve as coupling between
the 2. He shared it in www.tillerfoundation.com/science.html)
Uncle Al says M-theory is fantasy. Well, at least Tiller stuff
can give predictions in the form we qi healers can use in a rough
manner. Of course I didn't say I believe him. For now. It's
the best model out there until proven wrong categorically. Right
now. Let's focus on the acupoints and meridians (or channels where
the qi flow inside the body). You must understand about the Acu
meridians Bjoern so you'd know why problem in your shoulder or
eyes can transfer to other parts of the body because the meridians
are interconnected and qi subtle energy can move.

Richard Gerber M.D. of "Vibrational Medicine" shared:

"To the majority of Western scientists, acupuncture meridians seem
like imaginary structures because there are no published
anatomical studies of the meridians in orthodox medical journals
to substantiate their existence. They prefer to believe that
nerve pathways constitute the true mechanism of acupuncture
therapy. The way for Western scientists to conceptualize
acupuncture meridians will probably come from new physics instead
of medicine, because new physics conceptualizes energy in a
similar way."

"The acupuncturists see meridian dysfunction as a precursor of
organ pathology. The meridian circuit abnormality reflects an
imbalance in the polar energies of the forces of yin and yang.
Neither force exists alone, but is in relation to the total
energetic needs of the organism. Acupuncture's restoration of
energy balance in the body's meridian circuitry will result in an
improvement in disease states by correcting the energetic
patterns which precede cellular dysfunction and disorganization.

Utilizing this type of energetic philosophy, Chinese
acupuncturists have been able to successfully impact upon many
different organ disease besides simple pain syndromes.
Unfortunately, the Western mind has chosen to focus on that
particular dimension of therapy because, until recently, only
acupuncture analgesia seemed to make rational scientific sense.
This view is the result of identifying the meridian channels with
the nervous system instead of seeing them as a unique energetic
system. The metaphorical philosophy of organ energy circuits
behaving like earthly elements, yin and yang, is too much for
most Western physicians to tolerate.

The acupuncture meridian and nervous systems operate in
complimentary fashion. Each system works in harmony to translate
higher energetic events into cellular patterns of physiology. The
work of Kim Bong Han suggests that there are actual tubular
meridian structures which run throughout the framework of the
physical body. Kim's extensive studies have demonstrated the
existence of a separate division of this ductule-like meridian
system which is specifically involved with providing energy to
the neuronal net work of the body. By severing the nutrient
meridians supplying the nerves, Kim found that nerve conduction
times were significantly prolonged.

One might ask at this point if there is any other experimental
evidence besides the work of Kim Bong Han that adds further
testimony to the existence of the acupuncture meridian network?
Is there further research which substantiates the correspondence
of the Chinese system of meridian Pathways to the organs of the
body? The answer to this question is yes. Research confirming the
meridian-organ link has been conducted utilizing systematic
measurement of the electrical characteristics of the meridian
system. Through the measurement of these electrical parameters,
it may be possible to demonstrate not only the existence of the
meridians but also the diagnostic potential of the acupuncture
system in pinpointing diseased organ systems.

The Acupuncture Meridian System as A Diagnostic Interface
Acupuncture points have unique electrical characteristics which
distinguish them from surrounding skin. The drop in electrical
skin resistance at the acupoints (a reflection of increased
conductivity) can be used to electronically locate these points
along the superficial meridians. A number of experimental studies
by various Eastern researchers have suggested that the
acupuncture points may be useful not only in treatment but also
in diagnosis of disease states. Dr. Hiroshi Motoyama, a
researcher in Japan (mentioned earlier as the developer of the
chakra machine), has also devised a system which measures the
electrical characteristics of the various acupuncture meridians
in order to obtain physiological information. The device, called
by Motoyama the AMI Machine, short for Apparatus for Measuring
the Functions Of the Meridians and Corresponding Internal Organ,
is a computerized system which can diagnose physiological
imbalances within an individual in a matter of m inutes. The AMI
Machine has 28 electrodes which attach to the terminal
acupuncture points of each of the meridians, characteristically
located at the ends of the fingers and toes. Acupuncture needles
or specialized clips are attached to these acupoints in order to
obtain electrical information. The electrical data from the
acupuncture points is relayed to a special computer which then
analyzes and interprets the information. The points which are
measured by the AMI Machine are the termination points of the
paired meridians. The lung meridian, which brings ch'i energy to
the lungs, actually exists as a paired set. One of the meridians
travels along the right side of the body and the other along the
left. The rationale behind measuring electrical data from the
paired meridians stems from the Chinese theory of yin and yang.
The modern adaptation of this theory suggests that internal
organs which are in a state of energetic balance (i.e., health)
will have paired acupuncture meridians which are electrically
similar in value. Organs which have underlying disease that may
be already present or about to manifest will demonstrate a marked
electrical difference between the two associated meridian pairs.
The AMI Machine is able to register localized skin currents
coming from the acupoints at the ends of the meridians.'

Motoyama studied over five thousand subjects utilizing the AMI
Machine in order to derive statistical reference values for
physiological and electrical normality and abnormality Electrical
differences between the right and left meridians of an order
greater than two standard deviations from the norm were printed
out by the AMI unit in red in order to highlight the organ
systems that are out of balance. Meridian pair values that are
electrically similar (by computer reference standards) were
printed out in b lack.

Motoyama and others working with the AMI Machine have found
strong correlations between meridians that are electrically out
of balance and the presence of underlying disease in the
associated organ systerns. The Bob Hope Parkinson Research
Institute in Florida has been working with the AMI Machine in
order to study energetic abnormalities and physiologic imbalances
in individuals with Parkinson's Disease (a degenerative
neurological disorder which affects motor coordination). Early
data obtained from the AM I Machine suggests that many
Parkinsonian patients have abnormalities (as predicted by
meridian imbalances) in the large and small intestines as well as
the heart. It is possible that this gastrointestinal imbalance
reflects a functional problem with the bowel's absorption of key
nutrients involved in neurotransmitter synthesis. Parkinson
patients are known to have deficits of dopamine in certain nuclei
of the brain known as the basal ganglia. Re searchers at the
institute hope to use the AMI to distinguish different stages and
types of Parkinsonism and perhaps gain information that could
help patients and physicians attain greater control over the
primary disease process. One local government in Japan is using
the AMI Machine to screen all employees during their annual
required medical examination. Only those individuals with
abnormal meridian readouts are required to undergo further
medical diagnostic testing. A number of other medical
practitioners in the United States are also utilizing the AMI
with positive results.

The early success of the AMI technology does more than affirm the
usefulness of acupuncture- based technologies. The fact that AMI
information correlates with the status of deep internal organs
confirms the ancient Chinese theory associating particular
meridians with specific organ systems. Also, we are now examining
acupuncture theory from a diagnostic perspective. The acupuncture
meridians are being used not just for therapy but for diagnosis
as well. Western theories on acupuncture mechanisms have tended
to focus on neurological pathways of action such as spinal gate
mechanisms and on endorphin release in the brain. Although nerve
stimulation may be acceptable to scientists attempting to explain
acupuncture analgesia, it is less clear how a peripheral nerve in
the finger or toe would be able to give valuable information
about the status of a patient's liver or lung.

Data from the AMI Machine adds further evidence to support the
existence of the meridian system and its predicted organ
associations. Through instrumentation like the AMI Machine, the
acupuncture meridian system is beginning to find technologic
confirmation and value as a model of Physiological functioning.
In addition, the ability to noninvasively diagnose early disease
states or tendencies toward illness via external electrical
monitoring of the acupoints has obvious significance for public
health screening.

Perhaps the most sophisticated approach to electrographic imaging
of acupuncture points has been researched by Dr. Ion Dumitrescu,
a Rumanian physician who has developed a body-scanning process
known as electronography. Utilizing computers and special
scanning electrodes, electronography has allowed electrographic
scanning of large body surfaces such as the chest and abdomen. In
his early work, Dumitrescu noted particular areas on the body
where electrically radiant points appeared. Many of these points,
which he referred to as electr odermal points, were found to
correlate with the classical acupuncture points along the body.
After studying literally thousands of individuals with the
electronographic process, Durnitreseu came to a number of
conclusions about these electrodermal (or acupuncture) points.

It was found that the points only appeared in electrographic
scans of individuals where pathology was present (or imminent) in
a particular organ system. The points which were found to glow
brightly coincided with acupuncture points along the meridian
associated with the diseased organ. The size and brightness of
the acupuncture points was later found to correlate with their
electrical activity and the acuteness of the disease process The
larger the electrodermal points, the more acute the pathology.
The electrodermal points did not appear in electrographic scans
if there were no underlying or active diseases within the body.
In other words, acupuncture points would only be electrically
visible when there was a meridian imbalance reflecting underlying
organ dysfunction. Although the rneri, dians themselves were not
photographed by this process, the electrodermal points were often
found to occur along linear paths mirroring classical acupuncture
meridians.

Dumitrescu has concluded that the electrodermal points are
"electrical pores" concerned with energy exchange between the
body and the surrounding electrical medium. They are a point of
communication between the organism and its surrounding energetic
fields. Durnitrescu's discoveries on the behavior of
electrodermal points complement the electrical meridian data from
Motoyama's AMI Machine. Both researchers independently
established the link between energetic meridian imbalance and
underlying organ patholog y. Dumitrescu's research demonstrates
in a more graphic fashion the nature of energy exchange between
the electromagnetic environment and the meridians via the
acupuncture points. Motoyama monitored specific acupuncture
points for illness, while in Durnitrescu's electronographic scans
of the body the acupoints reflecting energetic imbalance appeared
spontaneously as sites of energy disturbance.

The acupuncture meridian system is an interface of energetic exch
ange between our physical body and the energy fie lds which
surround us. These electromagnetic energies include not only
local and cosmic environmental factors but also other types of
energetic input from our higher frequency bodies such as the
etheric.

The phenomena which are measured by these new technologies, such
as the AMI Machine and the electrographic scanner, are electrical
reflections of higher frequency energetic processes. As we saw in
our earlier chapter discussing positive and negative space/ time
energies, these higher frequency energies are of a primarily
magnetic nature. Research suggests that the etheric body forms a
type of holographic magnetic grid which communicates with the
electrically based matter and cells of the physical body via the
acupuncture meridian system. The electrical potentials measured
at the acupuncture points reflect subtle internal currents which
move throughout the meridian system. These internal currents flow
through a specialized meridian circuitry which distributes these
vital, organizing, subtle magnetic energies to the organs of the
body. The acupuncture meridian system interacts with the nervous
system through a series of energy transduction steps which
ultimately allow these higher energetic phenomena to influence
cellular electrophysiology.

The Meridian-Glial Network: An Electrical Interface with the
Human Nervous System

The reason that Western theorists have discovered neural and
neuro-hormonal links with the acupuncture system is not because
the meridians are nerves. it is because a division of the
meridian system works closely with and influences the central and
peripheral nervous system. The nervous system communicates by way
of electrical action potentials which transmit messages via a
special digital frequency language. Information is conveyed by
changes in the frequency of action-potential bursts. The brain is
able to interpret this frequency information by rapidly decoding
the changes in f iring rates of incoming action potentials
(electrical nerve signals). In other words, the nervous system
transmits and receives information through messages that are
digitally encoded in the number of electrical nerve firings per
second. The same numerical code of nerve firing rates will carry
different meanings, depending upon whether a particular nerve is
communicating with the area of the brain that processes touch,
smell, taste, or another sensory center .

It has been recently discovered that the Shwann and glial cell
systems, formerly felt to have only nutritive function to the
nerves they surround, also carry out an additional function of an
electrical nature. Research has indicated that the glial cell
network is able to transmit information via slow shifts in
DC-current potentials. This type of information transmission is
referred to as analog-based, as opposed to the digital pulse code
of neural action potentials. The analog system of data
transmission op erates by varying the voltage of the cell
membrane (the DC-current membrane potential), where an upward or
downward shift in cell voltage translates into a particular
character and type of information that is relayed along the glial
circuit. Analog transmission is known to be considerably slower
than digital transmission but is communication.

The DC-current system of the glial cells appears to be involved
in self healing electrical feedback loops and relates to such
phenomena as the current of injury. This was discussed with the
work of Dr. Becker in Chapter 3. It is likely that the
acupuncture system has some type of input into the nervous system
as evidenced by acupuncture analgesia's ability to cause
endorphin release in the brain. At one level, this might be
accomplished by influencing the DC potentials of the glial cell
network which follow the athways of the nerves. Electrical
currents conducted through the acupuncture meridian system may
reflect the meridians' role in for ming a unique type of energy
circulatory system that exists in relation to other established
phyysiologic pathways. It is possible that the DC-currents
associated ivith meridian and glial network may influence the
production and transmission of action potentials by the nerves.
Certain source tends to support this hypothesis:

"The direct current potentials, measurable on the intact surfaces
of all living beings, demonstrate a complex field pattern that is
spatially related to the anatomical arrangement of the nervous
system. The surface potentials are directly associated with
elements of the various circlatory systems. The "fifth
circulatory system" is one which is connected with an internal
energetic current working through the acupuncture lines. It is
continually at work and available to shape the action potential
system, which is used by the network of nerves. This action
potential system, therefore, exists upon a substratum of direct
current potentials which actually precede the action -potential
mechanism of data transmission. The preexisting direct current
potentials have original functions which govern biological
processes, thereby controlling the basic properties of living
organisms.

The human form is a grid of magnetic domains which move between
the primary blueprint of the Overself (etheric and higher light
bodies), and the pattern angles of the human organs, (i.e., the
axial relationship). The lines which tie together these magnetic
domains are known as "axiatonal lines. " Axiatonal grids (formed
by intersecting axiatonal lines) interface with the biological
activities of the organism. The grids allow interaction of the
physical cellular struc- ture with higher or lower vibratory
frequencies.

Man's biological interconnection with the higher frequency
energies takes place through the Acupuncture Meridian System,
which is interfaced with the Axiatonal Une and Grid System. The
acupuncture and axiatonal lines are part of a fifth dimensional
circulatory system, which are used to draw from the Overself
body, the basic energy used for renewing the physical- cellular
form."

This paraphysical data puts into perspective the neural link
between the acupuncture meridian system, the electrical currents
measured at the Acupoints, and the meridian interface to the
higher energetic domains (collectively referred to here as the
overself). It is suggested that meridian energetic inputs
influence the action-potential output of the nervous system by
varying the DC-currents which are part of the electrical
environment in which the neurons function. This indirect
energetic link with the nervous system' explains why one can
measure neurological phenomena in response to acupuncture
stimulation.

<snip>

Durnitrescu's electrographic scanner.

These induced electrical fields are translated into DC-current
interactions between the meridian and glial-cell network. The
meridian network interfaces with the axiatonal grid system, an
etheric- energetic structure which focuses higher frequency
energies into the physical body One entry point for these higher
energies thus occurs at the acupoint- meridian network via its
connection to the etheric-axiatonal grid. The grid provides an
access route for the organizing life-energies which provide and
maintain coherence within the physical -cellular structure. These
subtle magnetic currents create measureable changes in the
physical -cellular matrix, in part through the induction of
secondary electrical fields. These electrical fields go on to
affect primary bioelectronic processes which occur at the
cellular level.

The glial-cell network is part of a DC-current / analog- based
system of information transmission which participates in
bioelectrical processes of cellular repair typified by the
current-of -injury phenomenon. By modifying the energy-field
environment of the glial cells, the meridian system is able to
directly affect bioelectronic systems of growth and repair. In
addition, the meridian -glial network also utilizes DC-current
effects to create an electromagnetic microenvironment around the
nerves of the body The otentials carried over the glial and
Schwann cells energetically affect the nerves they surround by
creating specialized microenergetic influences at the presynaptic
sites. These electrical-fieldphenomena modulate neural
responsiveness to stimulation and conduction by varying changes
in neuronal membrane Potentials. The DC field effects summate
with the chemical neuromodulators and act in concert at the
presynaptic nerve membrane. The total effects of chemical
neuromodulators, combined with DC-current influences, act to fine
tune the digital transmission of the action potential code. Thus,
both chemical and energetic factors may influence the ability of
nerves to transmit pain impulses to the brain.

Through the acupuncture meridian network, ch'i energies are
transformed into DC-current changes, which are then slowly
transmitted along perineural pathways throughout the glial
network. At the level of the brain, these changes in DC
potentials are also associated with neurochemical mechanisms
(i.e. endorphin release) that may precede or coincide with the
action -potential changes in individual neurons. The
neurochemical release of endorphins, which are known to be widely
active throughout the body, suggest s a multitude of possible
hormonal effects of acupuncture on the entire body, beyond simple
changes in neuronal firing rates. Pituitary hormones, such as
endorphins and similar peptides, are normally distributed
throughout the body via the route of the bloodstream. From there,
these potent hormones have their effect on multiple cellular
systems.

Thus endorphins are not an endpoint, but are instead intermediate
actors in this complex energetic system of the body. They provide
one step which can be monitored with conventional drug assays,
just as the firing rate of spinal cord neurons may be empirically
studied with microelectrodes to measure the indirect effects of
acupuncture stimulation. The neurochemical and electrical changes
which occur in the nervous system are secondary effects and not
primary events. They are an objective confirmation of an Unseen
energetic process taking place, but they are not the final answer
to explaining acupuncture's effects. Acupuncture is mediated by a
primary, subtle energetic system that influences the network of
physical nerves. In addition, to acupuncture's influence on
nerves, it has multiple therapeutic effects on other cellular
components of physiology which are less easily measured by
present medical technologies."



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