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Acupuncture Meridians & the Cosmic Spider Web

March 2, 2007 | Comment icon 1 comment


Image Credit: NASA/ESA/ESO
In 1999 computer simulations of magnetic fields in galaxy clusters by Klaus Dolag revealed that galaxy clusters are embedded in a large-scale spider-web-like structure of filaments. Extensive galaxy surveys also show that structures resembling sheets and filaments characterize the distribution of galaxies. Consistent with the simulations, this distribution resembles a complicated spider's web several hundred mega parsecs in diameter. According to Nobel laureate, Hans Alfvn, space is filled with a network of currents which transfer energy and momentum over large distances. Hot plasma streams along such filamentary currents. Now, astronomers have actually detected a 'universal web'. Vast filaments of hot gas tracing the web have been 'seen'. Astronomers using NASA's X-ray satellite observatory, Chandra, 'viewed' the filaments stretching for millions of light years through space, with one passing through our own galaxy. They calculate that the filaments contain five times more mass than all the stars in the universe!

Invisible Filaments in Space
Astronomers say that the filamentary structures are so hot that it would generally be invisible to optical, infrared, and radio telescopes. These invisible filaments are detected only because higher density ordinary matter tends to accumulate and condense in these filaments - generating radiation which can be measured by scientists to confirm the existence of these filaments in intergalactic space. Being invisible, they are by definition components of 'dark matter and energy'. Dark matter and energy are invisible matter and energy that make up more than 99% of our universe - according to scientists. Studies show that both ordinary and invisible dark matter work in concert to build filaments in space, with dense junctions where galaxies cluster. The resulting structure looks something like a spider web, dappled with water droplets. The filaments betray the presence of invisible dark matter because gas at millions of degrees centigrade found within these filaments has a natural tendency to spread. To find it confined into filaments means that a very strong gravitational field must be pulling it into place and only dark matter can do this - according to the scientists.

Filaments in Subtle Bodies
In 1904 metaphysicist Annie Besant reported (when describing the formation of a subtle body in the womb) that 'during human antenatal life a single thread weaves a network, a shimmering web of inconceivable fineness and delicate beauty, with minute meshes. Within the meshes of this web the coarser particles of the bodies are built together. During physical life, prana [which is a plasma of charged super particles according to plasma metaphysics] courses along the branches and meshes.' This web interpenetrating the human fetus certainly has features which resemble the cosmic spider web - with currents of charged prana (or qi particles) coursing through its 'threads' and denser material accumulating on it.

It is a well accepted fact in metaphysics that there are filaments within our subtle bodies, which have been referred to as 'meridians', 'nadis' and 'channels' - in the Chinese, Indian and Tibetan literature, respectively. In Taoist and Qigong literature, they are also referred to as 'circuits' and 'orbits'. For example, Qigong practitioners may speak of the 'microcosmic orbit' - which is the main meridian through which particles are accelerated in the relevant practices to bring energy to the rest of the subtle body. According to plasma metaphysics, these meridians are magnetic lines of force, largely frozen into the subtle magnetic plasma (or magma) bodies. The currents flowing through them are 'Birkeland currents', as described in plasma cosmology. The large scale structure of the universe, with a web of filaments punctuated with rotating galaxies, undoubtedly bears a strong resemblance to the web of acupuncture meridians or nadis punctuated with rotating chakras (or vortexes) and acupoints that is found in the 'etheric' component of the physical body.

"I envisioned hundreds of little DC [direct current] generators like dark stars sending their electricity along the meridians, an interior galaxy that the Chinese had somehow found and explored by trial and error over two thousand years ago. It was obvious that the acupuncture charts had an objective basis in reality. Our readings indicated that these meridians were conducting current." - Robert Becker, The Body Electric

Invisible Filaments in the Subtle Body
The meridian system, chartered by Chinese acupuncture, can be considered the arterial system of (what metaphysicists would term) the (lower energy) 'physical-etheric' body. These meridian pathways are ordinarily invisible to the biological eyes - just like the invisible cosmic filaments. And just like cosmic filaments, these invisible meridians can be detected when they generate radiation. French researcher Pierre de Vernejoul injected a radioactive substance into the acupoints of patients and measured the radiation using a special camera. He found that the substance migrated along classical Chinese acupuncture meridian pathways. Other injections made by Vernejoul into random points of the body and into veins and lymphatic channels were unable to demonstrate similar results, suggesting that the meridian system is a unique and separate network of pathways in the body. Further experiments showed that terminating a meridian that related to the liver resulted in a rapid degeneration of liver tissue. Without energy supply from the physical-etheric body via the meridians; tissues, organs and cells of the physical-biomolecular body do not appear to function properly.
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The Universal and Human Physical-Etheric Bodies
The invisible cosmic web of filaments together with the dark matter that shapes them is in fact embedded in the lowest energy physical-etheric body of our universe. When we look out from Earth what we are seeing is the physical universe, shaped by this body. Astronomers say that the invisible filaments in space are detected only because higher density matter tends to accumulate and condense in these filaments. Similarly, the invisible meridians in the subtle body can only be detected because of radiation from other substances that are channeled through them.

Plasma naturally forms filaments in response to electric and magnetic fields within the subtle body (which according to plasma metaphysics is composed of dark matter). Charged particles are guided within these filaments by the magnetic fields and accelerated by the electric fields - generating currents - as observed by Robert Becker.

Just as the physical-etheric body of the universe generates a web of filamentary currents (or filaments) that plays an important part in the large scale structure of the universe, the physical-etheric component of the human body generates a web of filamentary currents (or meridians) that is instrumental in developing the physical-biomolecular body of a human being. Of course, the Chinese already knew this - they have been exploring these filaments for more than three thousand years!

Copyright 2007 Jay Alfred

Main reference: Alfred, Jay, ''Our Invisible Bodies: Scientific Evidence for Subtle Bodies'', Trafford Publishing, 2006, ISBN 1-412-06326-4.

http://www.amazon.com/Our-Invisible-Bodies...e/dp/1412063264

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Comment icon #1 Posted by IronGhost 17 years ago
I would be interested in hearing the author's theory of how the Zero Point Field predicted by quantum theory interact or have something to do with plasma fields and the filaments of subtle bodies. But, anyway, a terrific article.


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