Category: Science

Delayed Death Touch

Delayed Death Touch

December 28, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

  Reality Based Kyusho Yeah, it would probably take that long to die of a splenic fracture, probably take a couple of days to die of a carotid dissection from black tiger, probably only would take one day to die of a subclavian artery laceration from seiuchin black tiger. I wonder how many people they […]

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Mental vs Facial Nerve

Mental vs Facial Nerve

December 14, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

    There is a Difference Knowing the real structure and how it works, will increase your skill exponentially. Unfortunately most Kyusho-Ka’s are stuck in the “Pressure Point” paradigm and will never reach their full potential.  It is not due to their physical abilities, but more the targets themselves. These practitioners also believe targets are […]

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Nerve to Blood

Nerve to Blood

December 7, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

  Advanced Applications Many people in Kyusho have now understood that real Kyusho is anatomical structure attacks such as Blood, Nerve, Muscle, Tendon, Bone and Organ.  However as you advance in your understanding and skill you must also be able to use these structures to affect yet more. In this video (excerpt from the “Black […]

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Brainwaves 3

Brainwaves 3

November 2, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

  Another Look We have a couple of films on Brainwave sessions we have done throughout the years, some informal, others more formal.  The film above was more informal, but still interesting in retrospect. This compilation film, will illustrate a few of them with footage of KO’s and their measured affects.  The discoveries that emanated […]

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Dr. Jacob McClintock

Dr. Jacob McClintock

September 7, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

    More Medical Validation Dr. Jacob McClintock of Arkansas, is an Emergency Room Physician, who contacted me with a great story.  It seems Doctor McClintock credits a Kyusho Revival for saving an elderly patient from coding in the ER… now how cool is that for any and all Kyusho International Members and instructors alike.  […]

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The Vagus Nerve

The Vagus Nerve

August 31, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

    What is the vagus nerve? The vagus nerve is the longest of your cranial nerves and has numerous nerve fibers spanning from your brain stem to all your organs. The word Vagus, means wanderer, as it is running throughout your body. Basically, it is the command center of your parasympathetic nervous system, or the  […]

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That Old Heart Revival Thing

That Old Heart Revival Thing

July 27, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

  Wait, here is a great story to back up the reality This video has excerpts from a YouTube interview between Greg Hunter (usawattchdog.com) and Dr. Dave Janda (  https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=operation+freedom). Let’s face it most “Traditional” Martial Artists believe their is no reality base in Kyusho, although we prove it every day. It is really funny […]

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Why is the Left Side of the Body Weaker

Why is the Left Side of the Body Weaker

July 13, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

  Because of the way the Heart is positioned Paul Robinson Questioned: “Evan, I have a question for you. I’m a Platinum Subscriber. In your bronze body points section you said not to strike certain points on the left side of the body because they affect the heart. Can…” Anatomical First it is only in […]

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Fascia

Fascia

June 8, 2018 | By | Add a Comment

      The fascia is where the Pressure Points lay Acupuncture points are places where the muscles and connective tissue can be stimulated. This stimulation also serves to increase blood flow, while at the same time the needling triggers the body to release endorphins, (our natural pain killers), as well as change brain activity patterns.  […]

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White Crane Electrics

White Crane Electrics

June 1, 2018 | By | 2 Comments

  Why the White Flash during Nerve Attack This isn’t related to psychology it is pure neurology… I just wanted to make that clear to begin.  When you get hit in the head, your brain sometimes “freaks out”. One of two things happens: 1. (For a light, quick traumatic injury) Your brain sends out erratic […]

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