Volume I - Sample

Edwin Abbott’s concept, presented in his book FLATLAND, provides the platform upon which I stand when I make the statement that there is:
NO MAGIC OR NO MYSTERY to life … just information and the lack of it.

A mystery, once explained is no longer a mystery, and the power once exerted over others because of the lack of knowledge no longer exists.

The human body is a unique, (DNA specific), multidimensional (more than one channel or plane of consciousness), electrochemical machine, which is designed by its Maker to build itself (from elements in its environment), to fix itself when it breaks or is damaged, and to reproduce itself so that Ultimate Consciousness may continue to acquire more and different knowledge about Itself through each unique vehicle.

THIS IS A CRITICAL CONCEPT: Because physical vehicles (bodies) are constantly renewing themselves, lack of building materials or building materials that do not fit the vehicle can substantially alter the shape of the internal environment such that the driver (consciousness) is eventually forced out of the vehicle. You die.

Humans have the option to use reason to arrive at a choice for behavior. Humans are said to possess free will. Free will is only as free as knowledge and structure will allow it to be. Knowledge or lack of it will limit the choices that are available to a specific individual under specific circumstances. And knowledge can only be realized and retained by a conscious (in-the-box) entity that has the structural capacity to understand the idea. STRUCTURE GOVERNS FUNCTION … the shape of something determines how (or if) it is going to be used.

The brains of lower (limited behavior) animals are configured and programmed to recognize, and automatically react to, food shapes and predator shapes. Small animals and birds, seeing the shape or silhouette of a hawk or an owl, will instinctively hide, while the sight of the shape of a duck will register no reaction.

               We humans also either instinctively react or have been programmed (imprinted) through repeated exposure to recognize behavior related to certain shapes, sounds, smells and textures.

Which Santa would you choose to come down your chimney?

What behavior would you expect from this bully?

What reaction do you register from

     If I showed you a rose would you be surprised if you smelled skunk?
     If I showed you a tulip and you smelled Eucalyptus, would you think that something was wrong? Why then is it so difficult for us to expect different behavior, capacities, and patterns from different shapes, sizes, and colors of humans?

     Breeders of plants and animals pick specific traits to match and breed to get the best and hardiest plant or animal offspring. They recognize that certain shapes of life forms will result in certain behaviors and functions. Why do we vehemently resist that very same concept in humans?
     The observation of sometimes subtle differences in human shapes, forms and colors, can be extremely useful to someone choosing a business partner, a marriage partner, an employer or employee, or especially bringing up and disciplining children.

     If you learn to interact and associate with people who are structurally compatible with you, and if you will learn to act out of choice instead of re-acting out of instinct, and if you will learn to make healthy food choices, you will minimize your stress levels and elevate your health potential.

     Understanding these concepts of structure-function-behavior takes the blame out of being me and allows me to interact with you without judgment!

     In order to survive, any organism must either know or learn what is food, friend, or foe (enemy). This process of learning to recognize or to prejudge a situation, condition, or object as to its beneficial or detrimental potential is necessary to assure the survival of the organism. This ability to remember or pre-judge (pre-judice – prejudice) past events or experiences gives an organism the advantage of recognizing future danger or comfort, or food.

     It is a crime against Nature to program into children behaviors that are antithetical to their DNA. The survival skills of one culture may in fact engender confusion and emotional turmoil in another.


     Sexuality, as defined in this text (from the work of John Kappas, Ph.D.), is the manner or perspective with which an individual communicates with his/her environment along a polar scale, the extremes (polarities) of which can be designated either emotional or physical sexuality.

    Suggestibility, on the other hand, is the manner in which the individual accepts influences and message-imprinting from the environment, once again along a polar scale, the extremes (polarities) of which can be designated either physical (literal) or emotional (inferential) suggestibility.

The sexuality profiles, as well as the suggestibility profiles, are behavior preferences measured or observed on a polar continuum from 100% physical through 50/50 balance, all the way to 100% emotional.

The individual personality behavior traits themselves are identified as either 100% physical or 100% emotional. For example, “EMOTIONAL EXPRESSION” (See page 111.) is always a physical sexual trait … it can never be an emotional sexual trait … emotional sexuals have a hard time emoting physically.

High emotional Expression

Low Emotional Expression

      Prominent structural traits augmented by intense environmental conditioning or “imprinting” and/or modeling will create the intense extreme 100% behavior profiles.

      Remember that structure governs function. These behavior profiles are limited or “allowed” by structure or innate capacity. As we study structural traits, I’ll point out which structural traits allow the physical or emotional sexuality expression to reach extreme polarity intensity, and either exaggerate or diminish physical or emotional sexual behavior.
      In other words, the environmental conditioning factors can only reach extreme acting-out proportion if and only if the structure will allow it. If you’re not hooked up to cable, you can’t watch the Movie Channel … the structure will not allow it. Got it?

Just the physical trait alone generates motion. Mental attitude and intent creates direction for that motion.

A person who has learned to minimize stress will also be capable of controlling behavior. (Remember that stress triggers reactionary defense behavior.)

      In other words, placing severe emotional stressors on a person who has low consciousness and awareness will result in automatic self-centered animal-survival behavior.

      You cannot live by someone else’s standards and structure and be happy with yourself. You must first know who you are by knowing your structure. You must then use this knowledge of self to your highest and best good.

      Long-term relationships require many hours of studying the compatibility of one’s own and the prospective partner’s traits and reaching compromise agreements before long-term commitments are made. Otherwise the “honeymoon” period can be short lived. In addition, frustrated long-term expectations and interactions with domestic and/or business partners many times result in pain and discomfort that over time express in the physical body as dis – ease.

      If we can see potential problems before they manifest, we have the opportunity to relieve pain before it appears. Knowledge is power. Use it wisely.

      In this Volume I of THE HUMAN MACHINE BOOK series on STRUCTURE/FUNCTION, we have explored the limitations of behavior and function imposed by the physical container (the body). This final chapter (LOVE) will focus on Energy Resonance.

      Living under the perception that I am not loved because my basic needs and desires are no longer being met, can drain energy from my heart and/or other chakras or energy centers in the body resulting in degenerative physical conditions including heart disease, diabetes, and fibroids or cancer of the reproductive organs. (See the chapter on Cancer in Volume II Page xxx.)


      Now that you have a fairly decent concept of the actual and potential internal and external environmental pressures and beliefs that guide your decisions throughout this life, your next step is to investigate how blood chemistry controls your choices for behavior.
VOLUME II of this series will take you through some of the distortions of the chemistry of the body due to questionable eating habits and digestion impairments that result in many of the common aches and pains that we have been conditioned to accept and expect as normal every-day aging behavior. The theme of Volume II is: