Suppress alternatives Acupunture
August 19, 2011 http://www.henrymakow.com/ying.html
Zang's discoveries would make acupuncture too simple and if everybody could do it, there would be no need for acupuncturists and there would be less work for doctors.
by Stephen Coleman
Twenty five hundred years ago, ancient Chinese physicians began to note that when a person is ill that there are certain corresponding points elsewhere on the body that were also sore and tender.
By rubbing this points they were amazed that it stimulated healing. Soon they learned that inserting needles into these points was just as effective but less work and the art of acupuncture was born.
The Aztec and Mayan civilizations also noticed this effect and to this day their shamans and even common folk have learned to use a limited yet effective form of acupressure called "sobando".
Not much is known about Professor Yingqing Zhang's life. He was born in 1947. We know that he worked in medicine in Inner Mongolia during the Cultural Revolution. He eventually became a professor at Shandong University in China.
While alive he gained fame for his work. He received recognition from President Bill Clinton. Jian Zemin, President and Wen Jiabao Vice Premier of China both personally visited with Prof. Zhang for diagnosis and treatment.
He won first prize at the Paris International Fair of Inventions for inventing the electroeciwograph, a diagnostic tool based upon his discoveries. With such fame his enemies dared not work in the open.
His cause of death is unknown and it is unknown when or where he died. It is assumed he died in 2004 in Shandong, PRC. Upon his death, his department was shut down and his life's works including all textbooks and over a million original case studies were destroyed.
What is it that the Chinese medical establishment wants to destroy and cover up?
As a student, he studied embryology and had a burning question which became his life's passion: Why and how does acupuncture work? He was not satisfied with the traditional explanations of invisible channels, chi or blocked energies.
Prof. Zhang devised an experiment where he took two rabbits and hooked up their blood supplies so the blood circulated was shared by both rabbits. Rabbit A was acupunctured while rabbit B was painfully stimulated.
He noted that the analgesic effect of acupuncture carried over to rabbit B.
Whatever is causing the effects of acupuncture is carried in the blood. He discovered that acupuncturing a tender and sore acupuncture point would stimulate the body to release hormones, proteins and white blood cells that aid in the healing process.
He then took a mouse embryo in the earliest stage of development and cut it into 5 pieces. The pieces were placed into the mother mouse and 5 identical mice were born.
Prof. Yingqing Zhang noted that in the development of an embryo, that the same beginning embryonic stages occurred every time when a new organ or limb began to form. In the lower animals this beginning cell or limb bud can be excised and it will form a whole new animal.
He discovered that each of these limb or organ bud embryos contain the information to form a whole new organism. He calls these ECIWOs or Embryo Contains the Information of the Whole Organism.
Therefore a head, an arm, and eye, a foot, a heart, or a finger are all ECIWOs.
He noted that Zebras, giraffes, tigers each have the same number of stripes or spots on each ECIWO. The head will have as many stripes or spots as the thigh, which has as many stripes or spots as the neck or torso.
Male mammals form undeveloped nipples, they serve no purpose, but during the embryonic development this enables the fetus to form into either sex. Taking this a step further the ECIWO also contains all the undeveloped organs of the whole organism.
These undeveloped organs are microscopic and the purpose their structures remain a mystery to histologists.
But these undeveloped organs within the ECIWO are the acupuncture points.
Take for instance if you have a stomach ache, every undeveloped stomach point on every ECIWO, including the brain, will be swollen or tender. This is called the Bioholographic law.
Prof. Yingqing Zhang discovered many new acupuncture points that line up in linear form. Thus making it much easier to learn. ECIWO acupuncture can actually be learned in just a few hours and just about any housewife can be the doctor of the home.
"BAD NEWS" FOR SOME
This knowledge is not good news to medical and acupuncture practitioners. With over a million case studies it has been proven to be more effective than traditional acupuncture and in many cases more effective than western medicine.
I have personally seen MRSA infections heal overnight from only one treatment. ECIWO acupuncture can often has surprising results.
ECIWO acupuncture like medicine in general is not a panacea, but it can save the average family $10,000's of dollars in medical costs.
The Bioholographic law has many applications to the entire field of biology. It can tell you that seeds located on different parts of a plant have differing genetic properties, that these properties are not random.
Knowing this, a wheat breeder can develop a fine new wheat variety in only 4 years, rather than the usual 10 to 12 years. Also old "worn out" varieties can be rejuvenated to the vigor of the first original cross.
The Chinese medical establishment covered up Prof. Yingqing Zhang's discoveries because there was much jealousy of his genius. It would make acupuncture too simple and if everybody could do it, there would be no need for acupuncturists and there would be less work for doctors.
The California acupuncture licensing board has totally ignored my requests to accept ECIWO acupuncture as a viable healing modality. It wouldn't be good for them either.
While I studied under Prof. Zhang, I was unaware that he was suffering from systematic persecution from the Chinese medical establishment. I never heard him complain. He had an unconquerable and sincere enthusiasm that his discoveries will change the world. They still can, with this paper the knowledge comes out of obscurity. Try it for yourself, even a child can learn it.
Stephen Coleman is an alternative therapist practising in California.