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A long awaited discussion with a very early and controversial Kyusho researcher Bruce Everett Miller.
In the past I have worked with many great Martial Artists, Doctors Scientists and Law Enforcement/Military in a multitude of disciplines and agencies. The research has included the deployment or use case, field experiences, affects and ramifications of Kyusho all with the goal of refining, documenting and advancing this ancient technology to better fit our modern needs.
Bruce Everett Miller has written several books (all of which he offers free on the web link above), startingin the late 1980's and the early 1990's on the ramifications of Kyusho and the "Light Force Knockouts" and a number of different concepts within the Martial Arts. It was high time we sat down to have a discussion on our viewpoints.
Bruce Everett Miller is a US Army Major/Medic (Ret.) and he has an understanding of not only the anatomy but the physiology of the human body. It was an interesting talk on a few related topics, with the full conversation reserved for private viewing due to some of the topics. YouTube might not really appreciate me making this public, so we're going to keep this more private for the private subscribers on YouTube Extended, Patreon.com/Kyusho channel of course our full archive at https://kyusho.com/membership-options/platinum-membership (where all the other great discussions are located).
BEM: There's a spot in the brain called reticular activating system, I call it RAS and that is a spot that actually, when you stimulate it, releases a chemical called serotonin. Now serotonin is a depressant it literally causes the brain activity to decrease and if you dump it out a little bit you get what I believe you'd call your level one knockout. If you shock it more, you get level two and more you get a full level three that will put the whole body in unconsciousness. And the interesting thing is that it stimulates the front part of the brain first, that's why you get the deer in the headlight look you were talking about on Level one. This basically starts knocking down the ability for the body to maintain.
BEM: In the late 80s I was in Medic in the military and then I wound up being trained as a PA and then well all right I wasn't I was a medic and I got out and I studied a pharmacology. Then I was offered to get back in the Army and they trained me as a PA and I got a job as a psychiatric PA and down the road I wound up getting a second Masters in Cycle Pharmacology. I basically spent my time you know in the military uh and then the last part in the guard and doing Psychiatry which is strongly into pharmacology.
EP: It's good you wrote these so long ago, but they still havn't been picked up on as much as it should be and I will post it with this the the links to your website to gain the exposure.
BEM: I appreciate it well I put the books out there the links to the books out and they don't all work so well because I'm not a programmer, but I put it out there just to share information. Originally I was trying to get back the cost of the equipment I needed to put it out. Once I did that, you know I had somebody else pick it up and then I got it back from them so I could put it back out. I got the rights to the unedited versions which means that the grammar is garbage but if anybody is interested they're more than welcome to them. What is more important though, is that people study anatomy books. Anatomy is great but it doesn't always explain the Physiology because you know there's this point in that point but what the what happens in the body when you do something, that's more important than knowing just a spot to hit.
EP: Absolutely you correct on that... (along with trajectory also mentioned in the full discussion).
So thank you Bruce, I look forward to maybe talking to you in the future again and getting more in depth over the Kyusho with Light Force Knockouts, the trauma that's induced and what we can do to make sure that Kyusho is understood to a greater extent. This effort is for people to stay safe, number one and effective, number two.
Listen to the 30 minute discussion for full details.
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