Microacupuncture as practiced by the likes of Dahlgren, Otte, and Boel should not be confused with micro-acupuncture as created by Ralph Alan Dale, Ed.D., Ph.D., C.A., Dipl.
...According to Dale, a former conductor and composer, he learned acupuncture in 1972 from "a young Chinese man in Florida who had just graduated from an acupuncture college in Hong Kong."
The following year he
studied the work of "Dr.
...Dale is the director of the Acupuncture Education Center in North Miami Beach, Florida.He
claims to have evidence of
eighteen different microacupuncture holograms in the body, including one in the hands, feet, arms, neck, tongue, and even the gums.Dale feels that these microsystems are "holographic reiterations of the gross anatomy," and believes there are still other such systems waiting to be discovered.In a notion reminiscent of Bohm's assertion that every electron in some way contains the cosmos, Dale
hypothesizes that every finger, and even every cell, may contain its own acupuncture microsystem.*
Then again, it may not.With all the diplomas and degrees these fellows have amongst them, you'd think at least one of them might have taken a course in anatomy somewhere along the line.Dale's background is in music.Otte was a peat moss farmer, electrician, and welder before he
became a multi-diplomaed microacupuncturist.
In the 1980s, Jayasuriya was asked by the Nobel Foundation
to cease and desist with his
creation of an "Alternative Nobel Prize Award for Natural and Traditional Medicine."In 1984, the WHO
asked the government of Denmark to stop Jayasuriya from claiming that his World Congress on Lasertherapy
, Magnetotherapy, and Electrotherapy was affiliated with the WHO
.Apparently, whenever Jayasuriya put on a conference, he
falsely claimed that it was affiliated with the WHO