Modern medicine trails behind research by an average of 50 years. In this case, ancient medicine and acupuncture predated research by about 5,000 years.
In the early 1960’s, a decade before acupuncture was brought to America, Kim Bonghan, a Korean surgeon, discovered a network of fine filaments in the body that run along lymphatic and blood vessels and carry light called biophotons. Bonghan would not reveal his staining methods. So, his work was discredited.
In the 50 years following, Bonghan’s discovery was corroborated by various animal studies in Japan, Russia and Germany. The photograph to the right shows tryptan blue staining of Bonghan Ducts (BHD) and Bonghan Channels (BHC) inside adipose tissue around rat small intestine from a research article entitled “Can the Primo Vascular System (Bonghan Duct System) be a Basic Concept for Qi Production?”
The discovery of this fiberoptic network in the body has major implications for medicine, but is currently being largely ignored by the mainstream. We know from our modern fiberoptic networks that light carries more information than any other signaling molecule. Our bodies have many signaling pathways and molecules including neurotransmitters and the nervous system, hormones and the endocrine system, antibodies and the immune system and more. All of these signals are absolutely crucial to the health of our bodies. The large amount of information carried by the light system of the body lays the groundwork for all other signaling pathways. In embryological development, the light system has been shown to form only 15 hours after conception. Therefore, through this light system, practitioners can affect every other system of the body with acupuncture, photon therapy, laser therapy and detoxification which serves to unblock the flow of light in the body.
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