Today’s blog post republishes a wonderful article written by John Voigt in 2017 entitled “The Strangest Energy Healing Ever Reported: The Beijing UFO Abduction Case.” This story describes a Chinese medicine UFO connection and includes fascinating information about Qi, the universal healing energy utilized in acupuncture. I have abridged and edited the piece for easier reading.
UFO Abduction Cases In China
UFO abduction cases are treated seriously in China, where ranking scientists, political leaders, and many interested citizens explore this subject. In contradistinction to the USA, the Chinese government, its media, and the general public take such things seriously. Unfortunately, finding verifiable, reproducible, measurable complex data is difficult or often seemingly impossible.
However, this article on the Chinese medicine UFO connection presents a new approach to understanding this mystery: a presentation and exploration of the details of a seemingly Traditional Chinese Medicine healing that took place on a UFO. This case ranks as one of the most popular and studied Chinese UFO abduction encounters in modern times.
An Amazing UFO Story
On December 11, 1999, in a suburb of Beijing, a 38-year-old man, “Cao Gong” (an alias), was awakened at midnight by a loud noise on his bedroom window on the sixth floor of a high-rise apartment building. Standing at the foot of his bed were a male and female with long heads, small round mouths, and dressed in silvery white tight-fitting clothes. At first, he thought they were thieves and was fearful for his life.
The female said, “He’s the one who can cure illnesses. Let’s take him!” Then, mysteriously the two floated out through a wall. Cao Gong, his body now seemingly as light as a rubber ball, followed them through the wall. (Later, he said it felt like pushing through a thin cotton curtain.) Flying through the winter skies, the unclothed Cao Gong thought, “a little cold.” The female alien telepathically told him, “immediately not cold,” and the cold left his body; but the wind continued to rush by him as if he were on a high-speed train.
In about eight minutes, they traveled approximately sixty miles and arrived at a desolate, uninhabited, hilly area of northern Qinhuangdao City. Below them was an enormous flying saucer in the shape of a table tennis racket as large as a football field. They effortlessly floated into it and entered a small room that resembled a laboratory. This room appeared to be within a medium size, with a door connecting it to an even larger space.
Chinese Medicine Healing
Cao Gong was flabbergasted. The male extraterrestrial (E.T.) sensing this telepathically told him, “Don’t be nervous. We are like you. Our universal life energies [Yuzhou nengliang] are the same. You’re invited here to be in an experiment in which earth people heal other earth people by using the abilities and capacities of this energetic force.” And so the Chinese medicine UFO connection was revealed.
The female extraterrestrial (E.T.) went into the adjacent large room, from which came the sounds of mechanical equipment, along with the mournful cries and screams of pigs, dogs, cattle, sheep, and other unidentifiable animals. It sounded as if they were being beaten, dissected, or painfully injected with chemicals.
The female E.T. returned with a seriously ill thirteen-year-old Chinese girl. The girl was made to stand on a symbolic marking in the middle of the floor. She looked helpless. She had a worried frown on her face. Her fingers twisted about on her hands as if she were looking for something. In addition, her skin looked leathery—like dark processed meat. Her forehead was ashen grey and black. Furthermore, her body was all skin and bones and wasted away. When she saw Cao Gong, another human, she seemed less frightened.
Cao Gong, The Healer
Cao Gong, himself a principal of a secondary health school, wanted to examine the girl to discover her illness. But there was no time for that because the female E.T. telepathically called out, “Start it! Give him the energy capabilities! So the male E.T. gave a hard slap with his hand to Cao Gong just below the base of his neck, on the “Big Hammer” acupuncture point (the acupoint GV-14, called Dachui Xue, between the seventh cervical and first thoracic vertebra). This powerful acupuncture is more proof pointing to the Chinese medicine UFO connection of this story.
Immediately Cao Gong felt a burst of heat surging through his body. It was an extraordinarily elevating, powerful, yet comforting series of sensations of vital life energy (qi -气). It ran from the GV-14 point on his back just below the neck into his shoulders, and like a river of radiating pins and needles, down his arms into the palms and fingers of his hands, where now he felt numbing electrical-like discharges.
Healing Instruction from the E.T.
The male E.T. signaled Cao Gong to do the same to the girl. Cao said he didn’t know how, but he would try anyway. At that very moment, the female E.T. took out from a large box on the floor a strange undefinable instrument, five or six small metal (perhaps golden) bottles, and something that resembled a black flashlight.
She placed the curious instrument and the bottles at the sick girl’s feet and put the black object on top of the girl’s head [on her GV-20 acupoint, the bai hui point]. She then pressed down on the object. Immediately the object began oozing a translucent membrane that wrapped itself around, quickly covered, and tightly sealed the girl. Then, it continued to enwrap the metal bottles and tightly adhered them to the floor. The reference to GV-20 also points to the Chinese medicine UFO connection.
Start the Experiment!
The male E.T. said, “Start the experiment!” Cao Gong began striking the sick girl on her GV-14 acupuncture point. He felt heat flow from his hands into the girl. When he tried to pull his arms away from the girl, a powerful absorbing force prevented it. His hands, now inside the membrane, were sticking to the girl. His arms and hands became numb while an electrical discharge passed from his palms and fingers and flowed into her GV-14 point.
Her body, resembling a distorted leather bag, started trembling and twisting. The instrument at her feet began to whistle; the metallic bottles shook back and forth. The semi-transparent covering surrounding the girl began to fill with a foul gaseous substance. Furthermore, it seemed like someone was systematically conducting the dirty qi-energy into each bottle. The entire treatment lasted about five minutes. Then, the girl started glowing with health and vigor. She seemed like a different person.
Seeing their experiment was a success, the two space beings became happy and giggled and laughed. The astonished Cao Gong asked, “What’s going on? How can this be?” The male E.T. answered, “Because you are in good physical health, I could supply you with universal cosmic light, electricity, and magnetic energy. Since such magnetic, energetic abilities are not mutually repulsive, you were able to transmit them to her. Because she needed it, she absorbed it. This is all very normal. Afterward, the aliens flew him back to his home in Beijing. They kept the girl aboard the craft for further experiments.
After the Abduction and Healing
The male and female extraterrestrials and Cao Gong entered as they had left two hours and twenty minutes before by floating through a wall, this time into his nine-year-old son’s bedroom. The boy, “Cao Xing” (also an alias), awoke. He said, “What happened to the nerves in my head that control sleeping?” Cao Gong was amazed at such grown-up words coming from his young son. (Were the E.T.s controlling the boy’s mind somehow? Could they have been controlling Cao Gong’s mind as well?)
After the E.T.s left, again by floating through a wall, the boy asked, “How did these people enter my room? And how did they leave like that?” Later, investigators saw these comments as circumstantial evidence that Cao Gong was not alone in actually witnessing the two extraterrestrials. It was now 2:20 AM. By 4:00 AM that same night, Cao Gong was on the phone with a member of the Beijing UFO Research Association, Miss Ma Linghuan, seeking an explanation for this Chinese medicine UFO connection.
The Abduction Investigation Begins
Zhang Jingping, Director of Investigations of the World Chinese UFO Federation, decided to take on the case, and by April 2000, he began a thorough investigation. After several hypnotic regression sessions, a lie detection session, physiological tests, and talks with Beijing police examiners and other ufologists, Cao Gong’s story was found to be believable and truthful – at least he was honestly reporting what he had experienced. Moreover, it seemed unlikely that he dreamt any of it – everything pointed to the probable fact that he was awake when his abduction occurred. In addition, his nine-year-old son also had seen the two aliens when his father returned home.
In November 2002, two years after the abduction took place, the girl, Xiao Xiaomei (an alias), now completely healthy, with a baby and a job cleaning other people’s homes, was found in Qinhuangdao, the city where the healing had taken place. The case remains open, but no new information has been released since September 2017.
About Energy Healing
This Chinese medicine UFO connection has extensive roots in human history. The use of external energy for healing has been a worldwide technique from ancient times to today. The Christian Laying on of Hands, Reiki, and Healing Touch are all examples that have produced healings that western medicine needs to explain or duplicate properly. The Chinese have been exceptionally proficient and successful with this kind of healing – after all, they have been doing it much longer and more extensively than any other people. For example, there is the legend of the Yellow Emperor (died 2598 BC), credited as the founder of Chinese Medicine.
In the Yellow Emperor’s court, a shaman priest named Zhu You practiced healing by emitting qi combined with sacred prayers. In the “Bible” of Traditional Chinese Medicine, the Yellow Emperor’s Classic of Internal Medicine, it is written that “In earlier times most illnesses were treated in the manner of Zhu You.” (Chapter 13). Today in China, this healing modality is called “External Qi Therapy”.
Qi (pronounced “chee” in a descending tone) is a highly complex term that gains meaning with context. Although impossible to get an exact translation of the word in English, it is often called “vital life energy.” In traditional Chinese thought, Qi is the underlying force of all life, matter, and consciousness in the universe. We typically understand Qi as a bio-electric interface between conscious awareness and the physical body. As such, qi is the energetic foundation and source of life.
In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), one gains well-being through the harmonious flow of qi. However, if qi is in excess or deficient in the organs and meridians of the body, or if it is of the wrong kind, as with the foul gaseous energy removed from the girl, Xiao Xiaomei, sickness and death can result.
Healing Qi-Energy from an Extraterrestrial’s Perspective
The male extraterrestrial told Cao Gong aboard the UFO: “Don’t be nervous. We are like you. Our universal life energies are the same. You’re invited here to be in an experiment in which earth people heal other earth people by using the abilities and capacities of this energetic force.” This statement is a clear indication of the Chinese medicine UFO connection.
After he healed the girl, Cao Gong asked, “What’s going on? How can this be?” The extraterrestrial male answered, “Because you are in physically good health, I could supply you with universal cosmic light, electricity, and scientific magnetic energy. Since such magnetic, energetic abilities are not mutually repulsive, you were able to transmit it to her. Because she needed it, she absorbed it. This is very normal.”
Qi Adjusts, Regulates and Harmonizes
The last thing the male E.T. said to Cao Gong was, “Thank you for your cooperation. With it our experiment has been very successful. Because our superconducting magnetic healing energies are too intense for earth people to directly receive, we used a healthy earthling like yourself to be the conduit to harmonize (tiao jie – to adjust, regulate, harmonize, reconcile) the qi and transmit it to the girl.”
Those Chinese words, tiao jie … qi, may be the best summary ever given of what Traditional Chinese Medicine is all about: to adjust, regulate, and harmonize the qi in the patient.
Bad (pathogenic) Xie Qi
Qi can cause illness as well as heal it. This evil qi is called Xie Qi. It is pronounced “shay” in a rising tone and “chee” in a falling) tone. In the healing abduction, it probably was the cause of the girl’s black and grey complexion as well as the noxious stuff that oozed out of her. Cao Gong described it this way: The semi-transparent covering surrounding the girl began to fill with a foul gaseous/energetic substance.
Formal TCM translations of Xie Qi include pathogenic (disease-causing) and turbid (toxic). Especially telling is what the word means in Chinese everyday colloquially speech: bad, evil, demonic, devil, and killing. Factors causing Xie Qi include wind, cold, heat, wet, dry hot (fire), improper diet, phlegm, polluted atmosphere, improper lifestyle behavior, and emotional unbalance.
According to the Yellow Emperor’s Suwen, Kidney Wind manifests as excess sweating and aversion to Wind. When diagnosing, one should look for a dark black color and hue in the flesh. There is also a dull gray cast to the face and swelling of the eyes, and the face may even have a charcoal hue color. This is precisely how the young girl first looked.
Acupuncture Point GV-14 – The Big Hammer
An essential operation in the healing was the Extraterrestrial striking Cao Gong’s “Big Hammer” acupuncture point (GV-14, the Dachui Xue, 大椎穴) and sending into him what the E.T. called “cosmic light, electricity and magnetic energy.” Cao Gong struck the girl Xiao Xiaomei on her GV-14 point for about five minutes to effect the healing (more Chinese medicine UFO connection clues).
GV-14 is located below the spinous process of C7, approximately level with the shoulders. “Zhui” is also a term for a hammer. The vertebrae are said to resemble hammers. All the Yang Channels cross this point. It is a main point for relieving high fever. In addition, it is a primary point for treating malaria, fainting, and heat stroke. Furthermore, it helps relieve toxicity, hot blood diseases, and skin problems.
At one point in the healing treatment, the female extraterrestrial had the young girl stand on a diagram on the floor. This was a talisman, or at least functioned as one. The Chinese word for a talisman is Fu – 符. Originally it meant “correspondence” (between the forces of the Heavens and Nature and the creator and owner of the drawn symbol.) Now the word means amulet, protective written charm, symbolic sign.
In modern times you don’t read much about talismans in TCM books or teaching syllabuses. Nevertheless, many Daoist priests, and other spiritual healers, then and now, used these ritualistic symbols to communicate with the heavenly spirit world and with the energetic forces of nature to cure illness. Starting an hour’s drive from any metropolis in Mainland China and throughout Taiwan, you see them everywhere—but it should be clearly understood that unless created by one who is schooled in their meanings, they are no more than art objects.
About Cao Gong
The Chinese authorities’ investigation discovered that Cao Gong’s great-grandfather was a healer. The Emperor gave him a wooden plaque thanking and honoring him for his service. Cao Gong himself was skilled in Bone Massage, inherited from his Buddhist family. Soon after the abduction, he practiced similar healing techniques on several of China’s leading political figures. Certain sources report that he was a member of a governmental advisory group, the CPPCC.
Professor Sun Shili, the director of the Beijing UFO Research Association, commented: “As for Cao Gong, the figure at the center of this incident, we first checked his personality traits and discovered that he is a man dedicated to public welfare. Those that know him all admit that he is a respectable man of upright behavior, thus ruling out personality traits where he would willfully fabricate lies.”
Final Word From the UFO
The extraterrestrial’s last comments to Cao Gong were, “Thank you for your cooperation. Our experiment has been very successful. Because our superconducting magnetic healing energies are too intense for earth people to directly receive, we used a healthy earthling like yourself to be the conduit to harmonize the qi and transmit it to the girl.”
John Voigt’s article can be found at: https://www.chinesemedicineliving.com/blog/strangest-energy-healing-ever-reported-beijing-ufo-abduction-case/
The original source of story (in Mandarin) can be found here: https://read01.com/4GN0dQ.html#.Y8QwoXrMKyI
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