Sadly, some families suffered unfathomable tragedies over the Christmas holidays.
One of the most heartbreaking news reports was about a man in California, dressed up like Santa Claus, who opened fire on a family when a young girl opened the door. He killed nine people then set the house on fire. An act of evil so devastating, it is difficult to hear about on the news.
He then left in a rented vehicle and killed himself. The story reports he was burned from the fire, had seventeen thousand dollars on him and the Santa suit was wired with explosives.
It is reported that he was angry at his wife for divorcing. She was one of those caught in the massacre.
This was such a bizarre, devastating story; several subsequent news casters had experts on behavior on to try to explain his behavior.
The thing I noticed when I saw his picture on the screen is the fact he was San Paku. Most have probably never heard the term. It is the Japanese phrase meaning three sides of white – a condition, which books have been written about. I lived in Japan four years and am familiar with the term. I recognize the condition when I see it.
“San” in Japanese means three and “Paku” means white. Therefore, the term means three sides of white showing in ones eyes. Normally we see two sides of white showing in each eye when we look directly into ones eyes. But when you look into a person’s eyes and also see white at the bottom, as well as on either side, it means something called San Paku.
Years ago it was called bedroom eyes. For me I always had an uncomfortable feeling around anyone with that condition and did not know why until I read books explaining the condition and learned that there was a name for it.
It means that individual has a problem. They are out of sync. It could be caused by structural misalignment. One might have some kind of cranial-sacrum, jamming. One might have some mental or emotional dysfunction. It means that person is not operating normally, not functioning and firing on all cylinders, so to speak. It could be some physical structural misalignment of mental or emotional malfunction. It can be corrected when recognized. It is frequently some impingement in the nervous system, caused by structural misalignment in the spine area. Sometimes it can be caused from an accident, a fall, or some physical injury.
A manifestation of the condition is in slowed reflexes. They do not have the same quick reflex action that a person without the condition has. They may not think as well or as logically as one without the condition.
As I understand it, when a person is dying, his eyes may roll upwards. Seeing the picture of the shooter on TV, his eyes were extremely rolled upwards and three sides of white in his eyes were quite visible and noticeable.
Sometimes a person may have the condition in only one eye.
I have seen the condition in some children, because they run and play and fall and hit their heads on things, which causes structural misalignment. In those cases, it may be easily corrected with a structural alignment by a Chiropractor, massage practitioner. Sometimes, massaging the muscles to relax can cause the spine to realign itself. Or an osteopathic treatment may correct it. Once the condition is corrected the eyes again appear normal.
I write about this not to further sensationalize the horror of what happened, but for information one might use if they have someone in their family or know someone with this very visible condition called San Paku. It is treatable and can be corrected.
If someone who knew this man had known about the condition, so visible in his eyes, he might have received help to correct it. The first and foremost importance is to recognize the condition which is so easily recognizable. Because when a person has the condition, it’s a warning sign they are out of whack. They most likely do not think as rationally as they should, and their reflexes do not operate normally.
It does not take a psychiatrist or psychologist to recognize the condition; it is reflected in one’s eyes and is easily recognizable.
I decided to write this article after listening to several experts giving various possible explanations as to what caused this man to go on this killing spree. What was wrong was so glaringly visible in his eyes.
For anyone interested in the subject of San Paku, I suggest obtaining a book on it and reading information available on the subject. My explanation is a very simple one; however there is more in depth information available to anyone interested in learning more about it. There are interesting stories written about some very famous people who had this condition.
I would be interested in hearing any comments on the subject from my readers.
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