Saturday, January 9, 2010
What Chinese discovered about Tephilim
Who of us doesn't know about Chinese Acupuncture?
The Chinese discovered the medical treatment using needles to heal when they are inserted at certain points in the body.
The Chinese have mapped out and named all the points of the body du 24 - du 70 - du 23, and so on.
And the Chinese Journal of Medicine - to which everyone important in the field of Acupuncture subscribes - published an amazing article, absolutely astonishing.
The main article in volume number 70 of the Journal deals solely with the Tefillin of the Jewish People.
The article conclusively establishes that the contact and pressure points covered by the hand and head Tefillin are exactly those points at which the Acupuncture needles are inserted in order "to increase spirituality and to purify thoughts."
The non-Jewish author of the article puts it that the points covered by the Tefillin are those where the Acupuncture needles are inserted.
Reverse the statement to read:
The Acupuncture needles are inserted in those points, which are exactly where a Jew puts on Tefillin.
The article details all of the Acupuncture points which are the same as the points-of-contact of the head Tefillin - front and back - as well as the points-of-contact of the hand Tefillin on the arm and hand.
In the opinion of the expert who wrote the article, these are the only Acupuncture points that will achieve this result [to increase spirituality and to purify thoughts] which, in addition to following the Torah's command to place the Tefillin on the arm (hand) and head as a sign that HASHEM brought us out of Egypt with a strong hand, is likely the reason that Jews put on Tefillin.