posted on Jun, 14 2013 @ 09:24 PM
I found this post on page 4 interesting. www.abovetopsecret.com...
It talks about something called Bigu which the writer claims has been studied by science and he has links to information.
It's called "bigu" btw -- in Taoist Yoga or qigong. Yes it's been verified by science already. I, myself, went 8 days in just half a glass
of water. Water is created through reverse electrolysis via the pineal gland and so are nutrients -- so there's no hunger and no thirst. Also your
electromagnetic fields increase significantly so you can see and emit light energy for more powerful healing. I healed my mom of a serious leg injury
so she no longer needed surgical stockings. I also accidentally pulled this old lady's spirit out of her body -- no touch involved -- just the chi
energy. So you do have to be careful when increasing the chi -- but a good book on how to do so is "Taoist Yoga: Alchemy and Immoratality" -- the
same exercise is found in India and the same "bigu" is documented in Yogananda's Autobiography of a Yogi book.
Clinical studies as well as hundreds of case reports have indicated that Yan Xin Life Science Technology has enabled human participants to live
a normal life with little or no food intake for prolonged periods—a state referred to as bigu. Bigu is described in historical records as "taking
in qi to avoid food," and is regarded as a special technique to achieve a long and healthy life. In this study, experiments were designed to study
whether cells in vitro can survive without commonly acknowledged essential nutrients after receiving external qi treatments from Dr. Yan Xin, a chief
physician and a renowned life scientist. Results reported here indicate that mouse hybridoma cells can survive in Dulbeco’s modified Eagles medium
without serum or in phosphate-buffered saline buffer without other nutrient ingredients after qi treatment. These results are the first evidence that
a cellular equivalent of the human bigu phenomenon or cellular bigu phenomenon may occur.
There is more info in that post about Bigu.
Now that being said.. I don't believe this guy can go abnormally long periods of time with no food or water. There are just too many things you body
NEEDS food and water for to be healthy - no one can debunk this, it's a biological fact.
Wikipedia has interesting things to say about this guy possibly being a fraud.
Dr. Michael Van Rooyen, director of the Harvard Humanitarian
Initiative, dismissed the observation results as "impossible", observing that the bodies of profoundly malnourished people quickly consume their own
body's resources, resulting in liver failure, tachycardia and heart strain. A spokeswoman for the American Dietetic Association remarked that the
human body could survive on water alone, although not healthily, and that a person could not expect to meet their body's vitamin and mineral
requirements without ingesting food. Nutrition researcher Peter Clifton also disagrees with study results. He accused the research team of
"cheating" by allowing Jani to gargle and bathe, stating that a human of average weight would die after "15 to 20 days" without water. People
who avoid food and water to emulate mystical figures often die. Sanal Edamaruku characterized the experiment as a farce for allowing Jani to move
out of the CCTV cameras' field of view, claiming that video footage showed Jani was allowed to receive devotees and to leave the sealed test room for
sunbathing. Edamaruku also said that the gargling and bathing activities were insufficiently monitored, and that he was denied access to the site
where the tests were conducted in both 2003 and 2010. He accuses Jani of having "influential protectors" responsible for denying Edamaruku
permission to inspect the project during its operation, despite having been invited to join the test during a live television broadcast. The Indian
Rationalist Association stated that individuals making similar claims in the past have been exposed as frauds.