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Forty-four forbidden cavity strikes.
Commentary has been written and produced by Master Leonard Paul Lambert, and must not be reproduced with out written permission of Master Lambert. And or the National Institute of Pressure Point Arts.
Cavity Point Keichu.
1. Name Name: Keichu; Translation, concentration
2. Strike point: Just below GV #16.
3. Location: Center of the back of the neck, between
the third and fourth
4. Depth: 0.5 TO 0.8.
5. Vasculation: The branch of the occipital arteries and vein of both sides.
6. Innervation: The branch of the greater occipital nerve.
7. Technique: Two fingers twisted fist, best strike elbow.
8. Best strike time: Open.
9. Effect: Stimulation to the brain / loss of function
to organs / loss of motor
10. Result: Death / unconsciousness / loss of speech.
11. Cure: In the case of a light strike lay flat and
the motor sense will return in a minute or
Keichu is not a true pressure point used by acupuncturists for healing. GV # 15 is used to heal pain in the cardiac region, and the chest, mental disorders and epilepsy. GV #16 is used to heal, distention and fullness in the chest and the intercostals region, hiccups, nausea and anorexia. GV # 15 and 16, just above Keichu, are used as a combat striking points but I feel that 1) they are not as devastating and they are difficult to access, 2) they were not listed on supreme grant master Hohan Soken’s combat point chart, which is the chart I am using for the forty-four striking points.