Kiai prescribed to treat high blood pressure

by Jonathan Deutsch

Arthur sent me this passage yesterday:

“Language is an imitation of sounds heard in nature, each word holding the pattern of energy of that which is imitated. Resonance is the transfer of that energy. For example, the samurai’s fighting cry kiai induces in the opponent a catatonic fear, creating partial paralysis which reduces blood pressure. This demonstrates the importance of words and names, and why the power of charms and spells should not be taken lightly (Andrews 1966).”

It is a footnote from Secrets In The Field, a book about crop circles by Freddy Silva. Kiai is best translated as “vocal spirit.”