The Elements of life
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Article 'Elements of Life' offers a hypothesis about the relationship of the phenomenon of traditional Chinese medicine with the physical laws. It shows the principle of forming a sequence of daily activity of the acupuncture meridians as a consequence of the Doppler effect in the process of flowing around the planet Earth by cosmic wind (by Ether). In accordance with this specification the daily structure of meridians had been built. It is suggested that the essence of the Chinese Qi (Chi) are vibrations of a certain range in the medium. Consequently, it became possible to set the interrelation of frequencies of the visible spectrum with certain meridians. It is shown that the topological relationship of ancient (barrier) points of the Five Elements (Wu-Shu points) are associated with the wave lengths of the so-called Qi. It is shown also that the essence of the Wu-Xing law is based on daily circulation patterns of meridians. The examples of the surrounding world, including pulses processes in the human body, are confirming the above mentioned theses. A correlation diagram between the main elements by Dr. Samohotsky A.S. (dissertation 'The experience of the definition of medical laws', 1946) and the Five Elements of traditional Chinese philosophy is established. The above represented hypotheses are yet introduced in practice in form of pulse spectral analysis system.
Sergey P. Fedotov. The elements of life. Cardiometry; Issue 9; November 2016; p. 44-57; DOI:10.12710/cardiometry.2016.9.4457 Available from: http://www.cardiometry.net/issues/no9-november-2016/the-elements-of-life