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Muscular Karma and the Art of Living & Dying

There are many people today who consider the ideas of metaphysics, occultism, esoteric science—however one calls it—as intangible, theoretical, and spiritually ambiguous. Many of these people have these notions because their concepts of the esoteric have been developed through fractal sociology—i.e. through interacting with the multiplicity of social assumptions provided in the postmodern human environment. Hopefully not terribly surprising to the reader, these assumptions are always wrong to one degree or another—an effect that may have been through natural order, ominous propagandized manipulations of the public, or most likely: a nuanced synthesis of both that have ebbed and flowed throughout human history.

The notion that esoteric principles are intangible in everyday life is a complete and utter falsehood, and a person doesn’t need to learn to use a wand, summon angels or astral project, or utilize any of these acclaimed practices to understand the gravity that esoteric knowledge has on this seemingly common, everyday life.

Viennese psychiatrist and psychotherapist, Wilhelm Reich, has remained popular in fringe psychotherapy for his deep analysis and use of the concept that he coined as, “muscular armor.” Briefly, for those unfamiliar with Reich, a search into his name will likely bring up outlandish UFO encounters, the mis-representations of his work as a bizarre and pseudo-Freudian sexual analysis. This sexual aspect of Reich’s work is indeed prevalent, but as a side effect, and not a root cause of neurosis like Freud theorized.

Reich’s utilization of what he called “orgone energy,” which can also be considered human orgastic energy as a side effect, was ultimately a demonstration of the important regulatory function that a human’s bioelectrical field serves in the body’s everyday function. Although Reich, at the time, was heavily criticized for his psycho-sexualized take on therapy, the near-sighted skeptics failed to draw the parallels between Reich’s work, and tantric metaphysics; and more specifically, what is colloquially called by the public today as “energy healing,” and is etymologically defined as ancient eastern medicine.


While even Reich himself failed to see the more esoteric implications of his own work (at least from the viewpoint that he published to the public), his idea of orgone energy had already been clearly defined and made heavily applicable in medicine and therapy by essentially all of the ancient East to one degree or another. Whether it be Japanese Reiki, Chinese Fung-Shui, Tai ChiTaoism, or traditional Yoga from India(all of which were exchanged amongst all these cultures), all of these, in today’s society, can generally be considered under the banner of Tantra, which has developed from an amalgamation of radical Hinduism and Buddhism, into essentially a broader definition of all the un-orthodox spiritual practices of the East.

Taking a deeper look at this seemingly ambiguous organic bio-electricity, it becomes quite easy to understand that these ancient sciences are not simply about “relieving stress” or “making your room/house look fashionable,” but quite literally about the calibration of the body’s bio-electrical magnetic fields, and how they inter-relate with the ambient electrical stimulus of the environment, whether this be natural or artificial stimulus. The Chakras–another term people think is completely ambiguous, but is merely common sense when considering the modes and functions of biology; not to mention the science that has clearly indicated the presence of these chakra points–are the natural points of coalescence for applying, regulating, and processing psychosomatic stress.


The modern science of the matter explains these esoteric principles as “anatomy trains.” Taken from anatomytrains.com, which is a foremost source on the matter for updates, research and advanced training courses:

Anatomy Trains is a unique map of the ‘anatomy of connection’ – whole-body fascial and myofascial linkages. The Anatomy Trains concept joins individual muscles into functional complexes within fascial planes – each with a defined anatomy and ‘meaning’ in human movement. Anatomy Trains leads to practical new holistic strategies to improve stability, coordination, and resolve long-standing compensations in postural and movement patterns with self-myofascial release. Developed by author and bodyworker Thomas Myers in the 1990’s, Anatomy Trains has been welcomed and put to use by diverse health professionals – physical therapists, personal trainers, massage therapists, athletes and coaches, Pilates and yoga teachers, chiropractors and osteopaths – anyone interested in effecting lasting changes in body structure and movement through updating their idea of how the body regulates its biomechanics.”

One of the more advanced applications of Anatomy Trains methodology (which is what Reich was diagnosing when he studied the posture of a patient to discern their emotional blockages) is “Trigger-Point” Therapy, which is a specified massage therapy that focuses on relieving tensions not built up specifically in the muscles, but in these “anatomy trains” of the muscles that help keep everything maintained and running smoothly. More traditional, yet still very effective methods of relieving the stress in the anatomy trains are acupuncture and reiki.

In prior works, such as “Your Esoteric Initiation Parts 1-7,” and “21stCentury Demonology Parts 1-5,” as well the research piece entitled, “From Trauma to Transcendence Through Neuroplasticity,” The Last American Vagabond explored the empirical parallels between the esoteric symbolism of divination practices like Tarot, Astrotheology, Goetia, et cetera, as attempts to symbolically map out the neuronal complexes (archetypes) that can be found in all human brains, explained by the sociological implications of Chaos Theory. Deeper than this, however, is the reason that ancient man attempted to map out the “paths of least resistance for human thinking,” which was in order attain his initial grasp on concepts like psychotherapy and neuroplasticity.


While it may come as a shock for some, it is at its core a matter of empirical analysis that—whether one considers these entities as sentient or not—the angelic archetype is the neuronal representation of healing and regeneration, and the demonic archetype is the neuronal representation of trauma and impedance. Far from controversial, this concept is actually the foundation of eastern demonology, and probably all demonology.

To the likes of Ancient China, India, and Japan, et cetera, the demon was literally considered the disturbance or disruption in the communicative feedback loop that a person has between themselves and their environment; again something illustrated by Chaos Theory. In conjunction with this, the eastern idea of Hell, quite literally, was interpreted as a person’s soul—upon departure from the body, into Bardo—as becoming consumed by the representation of their innermost disturbances, since there is no longer an ego or even an ambient environment to help distract the soul/consciousness. A surprisingly well done analogy of this was given in the classic 1990 film, Flatliners, with Kevin Bacon and Kiefer Sutherland. An interesting methodological link between esoteric symbolism and the brain is also represented by the study of Neuro-Linguistic Programming.

Moving forward, these deeply esoteric notions can equally be attributed to physical therapy by energetic proxy. While the human being is superior to the common animal in many ways, one thing that these animals have going for them are their natural instincts. Really, only the human has the ability to let their banal and undisciplined consciousness seep past the defenses of their natural instincts, and because of this, the lion does not hunch; nor does the giraffe receive intense neck pain after a full day of picking its food from treetops; nor do the bird’s wings cramp up from some improper way to flap its wings that it learned from its childhood. Of course, this also means that the animal does not have the ability of intention to push itself beyond its limits in order to transform its body to new heights of fitness—naturally, this can only really be achieved during stress chemical releases, primarily adrenaline. If the point has not yet been illustrated clearly enough, the laymen’s terms explain this human characteristic as simply the translation of the emotion into the muscles—and this is where demonology and archetypes start to really tie in.

Under the mechanics described in the 21stCentury Demonology series, as the brain acts like a radio transmitter, the earth’s electromagnetic field serves as the etheric ocean of informational signals that could all literally be observed through radio-wave technology, although this would be quite a one-dimensional way to observe the phenomena. As the human brain develops its archetypal habits and characteristics through its fractal feedback loop with its body and its environment (the Microcosm and Macrocosm), these “neuronal complexes” or “Condensed Experience Systems” of synaptic sequence begin transmitting themselves more often as they are strengthened—whether a person is doing this consciously or not.

The soliton informational data that can be downloaded by the human brain, is archetypally perceived as a spiritual entity of a positive or negative variety. Let’s be clear that this does not imply that a person who is an addict, a sociopath, et cetera, is someone possessed by a demon—more accurately expressed, this is meant to describe the allegorical and nuanced, yet empirical parallels between metaphysics, spirituality, and results demonstrated by scientific methodology.

Elaborating further on the psychosomatic connection: when an addict, for example, becomes consumed by a substance, their health begins to deteriorate as well. It is important to note that, for instance, many successful people have habitually smoked opium throughout the ages, just like many impoverished and depressed people have habitually smoked it. The difference here, is that a successful person uses their relationship with a drug (or whatever the case may be—insert any habit here) to propel them into the things they want to do, where the destitute addict uses the drug to escape from things they don’t want to do. One uses it to dive deeper into the solutions, and the other uses it to sink further into the problems. The metaphor of sinking here is important, because when the ailments of the mind are not addressed, and they have become habitual negative neuronal complexes that are subsequently always broadcasting informational data to its environment, they will then likewise begin to sink further into the muscles.

First, these negative informational habits will affect the anatomy trains of the body, which if not addressed, will then continue to debilitate the overall functions of the muscles until the body is essentially non-functional, yet still living. While again, this is not to say that someone with debilitating back pain is possessed by a demon, but considering the metaphor here can bring about profound understanding.

A person who experiences debilitating physical pain is the first to understand the nature of how this pain consumes their existence, and even begins shaping their thoughts and how they can interact with the world—are the parallels between esoteric demonology not striking here? Empirically, if a person has not injured themselves due to one specific event (and even then, karma can’t be ruled out here) then they can safely bet that their physical ailments have manifested due to an accumulative result of mal-adaptive mental processes. To come full circle here, let it be understood that these “mal-adaptive mental processes/neuronal complexes, et cetera” are the true manifestation of karma—and likewise, so are adaptive and beneficial mental processes. Karma is not an intangible metaphysical theory—it is in the neurons, and when it is not addressed there, it seeps into the muscles.


The heart of all eastern medicine, and even Wilhelm Reich’s psychotherapy, aimed to address firstly, the uprooting of these mal-adaptive processes mentally and physically; and secondly, to replace these mal-adaptations with proper adaptational advancements that are natural to the individual patient. Truly, this is the nature of transmuting or “shedding” negative karma, as ultimately illustrated by the Left-Handed Path of Occultism.

In esoteric philosophy and practice, the Right-Handed Path has always been associated with orthodoxy, and the shedding of karma through selflessness, by devoting oneself to Natural Law/God and their fellow man; the Left-Handed Path, is associated with un-orthodoxy, and the shedding of karma through selfishness in the true sense of the word, meaning simply of the Self. Because of this, the Left-Handed Path is associated with internal therapy of the mind and body—also due to this inward reflection, the Left-Handed Path and selfishness can also be associated with maleficence, manipulation, and general black magick.

It is important not to forget that the synthesis of these positive and negative electrical charges (not positive and negative in the emotional sense, although they can be) as represented by the true knowledge of the Yin and Yang. Yin and Yang is not simply “good and evil must co-exist,” this is almost such an oversimplification of the principles that it is hardly a true understanding at all. Really, the Yin and Yang is learning that the balance in polarity leads to “good,” whereas the imbalance of this polarity will lead to “evil.”

In the end, it is important for any independent researcher or conspiracy theorist to remember that, quite literally: bad “computer posture” hunching can be just as dire of a threat to their life and health as the Globalist Agenda can be.

Furthermore, this metaphor can be taken for any aspect of life, whether it be the drug addict, the inmate, or a person who is suffering from emotional depression or a physical injury–stop sinking deeper into the problem, and start empirically investigating solutions and explanations to the reasons we have a poor quality of personal life. This does not mean that the addict needs or even should quit cold turkey necessarily, nor that the depressed person needs to inject themselves into social situations where they know they will feel uncomfortable, et cetera. Empirical investigation of the problem means working with what a person currently has, starting from square one, and firstly considering the initial conditions of the problem before any steps are taken to get rid of that problem.

As a final note, the ideas of Alchemy and Chaos Theory are strongly recommended for a foundational understanding into the mechanics of the practices discussed in this article, whether it be martial arts, reiki or acupuncture, chiropractic, or psychotherapy.

Truly, there is no time like the present to take steps towards a better future.

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Anthony Tyler
A journalist and author from Anchorage, Alaska, Anthony Tyler aims to twist the knife in both phony new-age ideals and scientific materialism by drawing attention to the rich heritage of esoteric science throughout history. Far from being “satanist,” the esoteric (i.e. occultism or comparative religion) marks the beginning of mathematics, astronomy, psychology, medicine, and even politics. Esoteric science represents a cache of little-known knowledge detailing how to decipher the human's unconscious mind--and the unconscious mind is essentially everything that the human mind is not considering at any given moment.

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