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"The nature is beautiful everywhere, although NOT every country is perceived as beautiful. Thus we need to appreciate even more each time we meet beautiful people."
Due to a very lucky convergence of circumstances
I was given the opportunity to get to know the
country with exceptionally beautiful people.
It is the South Korea. On this web page I am
going to share with the reader my impressions
of this country of beautiful people.
Prof. Dr Eng. Jan Pajak 26th of May, 2007.
Introductory information about this web page:
What are goals of this web page:
The main goal of descriptions from this web
page and illustrations which I present here,
is to make available my photographically
documented personal impressions from the
visit in the extraordinary country called the
The additional goal is to direct the reader's
attention to this positive and moral aspects
of Korea, about which the rest of the world
typically knows almost nothing.
When and what motivated me to the preparation of this web page:
When just before the 1st of March 2007 I
went to Korea, so that for the invitation of
the governmental program assume my
professorship on one amongst Korean
leading universities, I knew about Korea
only as much as the biased mass media
are passing to people in their propaganda.
In addition, my attitude towards that country
were programmed difficult circumstances in
which I were then, and which I am describing
in part #A1 of the web page
about myself (Prof. Dr Eng. Jan Pajak),
and partially also in item #K4 of the totaliztic web page
However, after the arrival to Korea I experienced
a kind of nice shock. It turned out that inhabitants
of Korea belong to the most nice to relate people
in the world. In turn Korea itself is one of the most
fascinating and progressive countries of the world.
This web page tries to illustrate at least this sparse
number of interesting aspects of Korea, which hit
my eyes during the brief - because only 10-month
long, staying in Korea, and which I managed to
Every visitor to South Korea may personally verify
that the prosperity and economic strength of that
country originates from its moral power:
In item #I1 from my web page named
I described an unusual type of super-moral
people who in the English-language Bibles
are usually called with the name "righteous"
(I personally think that it would be more
appropriate to use for their description the
explained in item #B1.1 from the web page
the more modern term "soldier of God".
For some time now I am particularly interested
in these "righteous" people. This is because my
objective research documented, amongst
others, in items #I3 to #I5 from the web page named
confirmed scientifically the promise from the
Bible, that if in (or around) a town or a city lives
at least 10 of such "righteous" people, then
that town or city is protected by God from
being destroyed by any cataclysm that God
sends. The actual fulfilment of this divine
promise I am verifying and documenting
for a number of years now, on the New
Zealand township named "Petone" (in
which I live), the neighbouring towns and
cities of which are continually troubled
by all kinds of natural cataclysms - which
however jump through Petone without
causing any damage in it (for the
documentation of these cataclysms
see items #I3 and #I3 .1 from the web page named
On the existence of these "righteous" people I
direct the reader's attention here, because according
to my personal estimates, the described on this
web page country of South Korea, in 2007
had the highest density of "righteous" people
amongst all the countries where I had the
pleasure to stay for a period of time long enough
to allow me to get to know the level of morality
of people who inhabited it. (In the
second position for the level of density of
such "righteous" people, was the province
of Sarawak from the Malaysian tropical
island of Borneo - the moral state of which
I learned in years from 1996 to 1998.) That
high concentration of such "righteous" people
in South Korea, in my opinion explains why
that country, in spite of its small size, recently
is becoming a world economic and industrial
Why Koreans look so healthy, slim and shapely:
"Kimchi" ("kim-chi"), means the secret of health, slimness, and beautiful appearance of Koreans:
The first thing that hits eyes of every visitor
to Korea, is this healthy, slim, slender, shapely
and sporty appearance of inhabitants of this
beautiful country. On streets of the South
Korea almost no-one is deformed by
obesity. In turn when one finally meets
someone obese, then after a closer checking
usually turns out that it is either a tourist,
or an emigrant from some other country.
A significant part of credit for this healthy
and slim appearance of citizens of Korea
has one dish which is eaten over there
daily by practically every citizen. This
dish typically is called "kimchi". (Notice,
however, that according to principles of
Korean transliteration, it should be written
This kimchi (kim-chi) is usually eaten in the form
of raw salad added in Korea in small amounts to
almost every meal. I personally ate it only once
a day - on the occasion of my lunches in the
cafeteria from the place of my employment,
and this only in working days, as on Saturdays
and Sundays I usually did NOT ate my lunches
in there. Immediately after I started my professorship
on 1 March 2007, a local helpful Korean sit
next to me during a lunch and explained that
"kim-chi" contains ingredients which cause
burning the tissue fat. I did NOT believe him
too much, because the biggest authorities
keep announcing that there is NO known
diet which would effectively burn the tissue
fat. (Supposedly if it is known, the author of
it would become a millionaire.) But just in case
I started to eat scrupulously all the "kim-chi"
which they served with my meals. At the beginning
of July I checked my weight and noticed that
I slimmed 5 kilograms since the date of my arrival
to Korea 4 months earlier. This slimming was
accomplish in the situation that I was always
satisfied with my food and that I ate in almost
the same way like in my home, means the
same amount of food and the same kind of
food. In turn after my wife joined me in Korea,
I ate exactly the same dishes as I do in home -
but plus this kim-chi. Thus clearly the "kim-chi"
in fact did on me its miraculous work. I also
noticed that in Korea there are almost no fat
people. Because locals eat kim-chi continually,
almost for sure it is the kim-chi that keeps all
Koreans so slim. (In Korea there is even a
popular joke that "Koreans like their kimchi
more than they like their wives".) As for a medicine,
"kimchi" tastes very well - for me it slightly resembles
the taste of Polish sauerkraut - only that it is a bit
less sour but more spicy, because it contains a
lot of "hot" red chilli (paprika). Local Koreans
eat around 50 to 100 grams of kimchi in the
raw form as an addition to practically every
meal. The outcome is such, that South Koreans
eat very well, as they have a lot of food and
in their culture lies good and frequent eating.
But in spite of this good and frequent eating
they have almost no obese people. I am so
impressed by the effects of eating kim-chi,
that I decided to make this dish after returning
home and eat it as frequently as I can. Together
with wife we managed to get hold of an authentic
Korean folklore recipe for making kim-chi, and
we even took part in making kim-chi to learn
exactly all details of making it. The only question
remains whether kim-chi produced outside of
Korea is going to maintain its healing properties
(and thus also the slimmer figure of eaters),
and also whether outside of Korea there will
be the right mood, will, and possibilities to have
How to produce kim-chi is described
on many web pages. (According to these
descriptions the production is a bit similar to the
production of sauerkraut - only that ingredients
are slightly different.) For example, in July 2007
about methods of making "kimchi" one could
read on web pages
(this last one informed even what are components
of "kim-chi"). Problem however depends on this,
that when I asked local Koreans, their recipes of
making kim-chi significantly differed from these
provided in Internet. In turn for kim-chi to keep its
healing properties (e.g. ability to burn the inter-tissue
fat), it must be prepared according to the authentic
Korean recipe. Unfortunately, the recipe is very
long, laborious, and detailed. (As such it is NOT
suitable for publishing on this web page.
The summary of it can be found, amongst others,
in the "National Folklore Museum", Gyeongbokgung,
Seoul, South Korea.)
In turn the explanation why kim-chi is so good
for human health is provided on other web
pages. For example in July 2007 search engines
indicated two such web pages with addresses
On the other hand, the name "kim-chi" itself
reveals why the present official human science
does NOT know really why "kimchi" works as it
works. After all, the component of this name is
the word "chi" - with which in China which is a
neighbour of Korea, a kind of intelligent energy
is described which is absolutely necessary for
living. (In these old days when the recipe for
kim-chi was developed, a significant area that
presently belongs to China then belonged to
Korea.) In turn what is this intelligent energy "chi",
it is explained only now by a relatively new scientific
theory called the
Concept of Dipolar Gravity.
Unfortunately the official human science
does NOT wants to recognise the merit of
findings of that theory. More information
about what actually the intelligent "chi" energy
is according to the Concept of Dipolar Gravity,
can be found, amongst others, on totaliztic
web sites about the
Concept of Dipolar Gravity,
In turn examples of utilisation of this intelligent energy
"chi" in various areas of life, is described amongst
others on web [pages about
Wszewilki of our tomorrow,
mysteries of the town
and also about the
Zhang Henga seismograph working on "chi".
Fig. #1ab: Here is the illustration of making an extraordinary
Korean dish called "kim-chi", which, amongst
others, keeps healthy and slim almost the entire
population of Korea. The name "kimchi",
or "kim-chi", is assigned to the fermented
mixture of flakes of spicy paprika popularly
called "chilli", with the Chinese cabbage
(locally called "Napa") and with several
other healthy and taste additions. It tastes
a bit similarly as the European sauerkraut.
Only that kim-chi is slightly less sour but
more spicy (or rather "chilly"). This
fermented kim-chi accumulates in itself
the intelligent "chi" energy and generates
various enzymes, which turn out to be
extremely healthy for the human digesting
system and for human body as a whole.
For example, according to various internet
web pages about the health consequences
of eating kimchi, such as web pages indicated
above in item #B1, a systematic eating kimchi
gives a whole array of health benefits, which
include amongst others: acceleration of
burning the mid-tissue fat, making the eater
more resistant to bacteria and viruses (this
is probably why no-one ever heard of a
Korean flu), aiding the elimination of unwanted
(bad) cholesterol, fighting allergies, regulation
of the sugar level, reinforcing the stomach lining,
giving life and maintaining the bacterial flora that
is required for the health of intestines, etc., etc.
Fig. #6a (left):
The scene from a group production of "kim-chi"
by Korean housewives. This scene is displayed
(together with the authentic folklore recipe for
making kim-chi), in the "National Folklore Museum",
Gyeongbokgung, Seoul, South Korea.
The above folklore scene of making kim-chi is
shown in the National Museum of Korea. The
same museum makes available to visitors the
authentic Korean folklore recipe for making
kim-chi. One needs to remember that in order
to accomplish the health benefits of kim-chi,
and also to enhance its taste values, in kim-chi
typically should be a whole list of ingredients
shown on the next photograph. In turn the
authentic folklore recipe for making this dish
is quite a complex one. In addition this recipe
has many variations, not each one of which
displays the same health benefits.
Fig. #1b (right):
Here is the illustration of ingredients used for
making kim-chi according to the authentic
folklore recipe from Korea. This illustration
doe NOT keep weight proportions nor amounts
of ingredients used for making kim-chi, because
it tries to mainly show the appearance, consistency,
and packing of subsequent ingredients.
Shown are on the above photograph (top row -
counting from left to right): (1) flakes of red
spicy Korean paprika (popularly also called
"chilli") - it is worth to notice that the same
hot paprika, but purchased in the powder
form (instead of flakes) unfortunately is NOT
suitable for making kim-chi (for kim-chi it
must be smashed in the mortar for flakes
of around 3 mm in diameter); (2) two heads
of Chinese cabbage - in Korea called "Napa"
(in the Chinese-Cantonese language it is called
"Wong Nga Pak") - please notice that in order
to obtain its healing attributes the kim-chi
cannot be made from an ordinary European
cabbage; (3) root of radish; (4) garlic squashed
to grains of the rice size; (lower row - also counting
from left to right): (1) Korean "Fish Sauce" -
means fermented fish in liquid form (for the
lack of original Korean sauce, one can also
use the sauce from Thailand or slightly lesser
quality sauce from Vietnam - which are fermented
from fish according to almost the same recipe
and have almost the same ingredients); (2)
mineral salt (large grains, not refined); (3)
glutinous rice powder; (4) onion; (5) sweet apple;
(6) fresh ginger; (7) two lives of fresh spring onion -
not shown on this photograph (I did NOT have it
at the moment of photographing).
Please notice from the above photograph that
the Chinese cabbage shown on this photograph
(in Korea called "Napa") that is used for making
kim-chi slightly differs from an ordinary European
cabbage. The leaves of it are wrinkled and look
more similar to salad than cabbage, although
they also form heads - similarly like the European
cabbage. However, heads of this cabbage are
elliptical, not round. In order to form energies,
enzymes, and bacterial flora, that are beneficial
for human intestines, it must be this cabbage
mixed with flakes of Korean red paprika (i.e.
"chilli"), and then fermented. Kim-chi made
from a normal European cabbage will not
have all required healing properties. Therefore
if the reader intends to make kim-chi and try
on himself or herself the method of slimming
down described in next item #B2 below,
then I suggest to fist check whether he or
she will be able to get this particular cabbage.
(In order to see this cabbage in close up, the
reader should click on this green writing).
Then I suggest to also check whether the reader
is able to get remaining ingredients shown
in the above photograph from "Fig. #1b".
(The guaranteed by myself, authentic Korean
folklore recipe for making kim-chi, I am making
available free of charge to every interested
person in item #B2.1 below on this web page.)
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Fermented food clearly hides a key to human health:
Independently from Korean "kimchi",
similarly almost miraculous health capabilities
have also the Japanese soup called "miso".
Such "miso" is prepared from appropriately
fermented soy dough. In past I watched
a documentary film about this unique soup.
The film contained claims of Japanese people
that the soup has a capability to heal even
light versions of "radiation illness" - i.e. the
one from exposures to radioactivity.
Increasingly more research in the world reveals
that just an ordinary red wine (type of
the sacral wine) - prepared through fermentation
of red grapes, also displays quite unique healing
capabilities - as an example see the article "Red
wine compound toasts cancer cells" (which refers
to the substance called "resveratrol" contained in
red wine), from page B3 of New Zealand newspaper
The Dominion Post,
issue dated on Wednesday, April 16, 2008 (this
article is also discussed in item #F2 (14) from
the totaliztic web page named
In New Zealand grows a kind of native bush called
"manuka". Small flowers of it have some natural ingredient
which causes that the "manuka honey"
just by itself and in normal concentration undergoes
a kind of natural fermentation in the result of which
it acquires various healing properties - for details
see the article "Honey gives up healthy secret"
from page A13 of the New Zealand newspaper
issue dated on Saturday, April 18, 2009 (this
newspaper e.g. the antibacterial attributes of
the "manuka honey" assigns to the substance
called methylglyoxol). Notice that this natural
fermentation in the full concentration of the
"manuka honey" is NOT the same as the
fermentation carried out during the production
of "mead" (i.e. an alcoholic drink made of
honey), in which for initiating the fermentation
it is necessary to dissolve honey significantly
and to add yeast.
A funny although sarcastic aspect of the highly
medicinal "manuka honey" is, that because of
its profitability New Zealand Maoris try to gain
monopoly for it. But because in the United
Kingdom someone grows manuka bushes to
produce this highly medicinal honey, Maoris
tried to legally take from him the manuka
bushes - accusing him that his ancestor "stole"
these bushes from New Zealand - e.g. see
the article "Manuka honey stings at $144"
from page A4 of New Zealand newspaper
The Dominion Post,
issue dated on Wednesday, May 20, 2009. In reply
to this accusation, the Englishman replied in a television interview
that he is happy to give back manuka bushes to Maoris -
if, however, Maoris give him back the European bees
which produce manuka honey and which his ancestors
brought to New Zealand. His point was that before the
arrival of Europeans to New Zealand there were no
bees in there that would produce honey. (The stingless
native bees of New Zealand are kinds of flies which
lick nectar from flowers and pollinate plants, but live
and multiply alone like flies and do not produce honey.)
This reply of the Englishman well disclosed the greed
motive that hid behind Maoris attempt to deprive him
manuka bushes, and thus eliminated all further attempts
of Maoris to take these bushes from him for obtaining
the world's monopoly for the uniquely medicinal fermented
"manuka honey" that is in high demand and very profitable.
So it appears that fermented food hides some
mysterious key to health of humans. It is pity
that Poles who eat a lot of fermented food are
so reluctant to carry out detailed health research
on attributes of their numerous fermented foods,
such as Polish "sauerkraut", old Polish
pickled cucumbers, or fermented
"gałąbki" from Polish cabbage and grout.
In such case scientists probably also would
then discover many extraordinary capabilities
of food that in old times was traditionally fermented
in Poland. After all, in an old Polish folklore such
fermented food was also used for healing purposes.
For example, myself I remember until today that
in times of my youth, when I caught a cold,
parents healed me through giving me to drink
juice from Polish "sauerkraut" or through giving
me to eat Polish "pickled cucumbers".
I also remember that both, my mother as well
as my grandmother, with a religious strictness
stuck to old recipes of food preparation which
they knew, because they claimed that in case
when these recipes are changed, then
the food is to loose its holy properties and its
health advantages (more on this subject is
explained in item #B3 of the totaliztic web page
A very old Polish food, the health attributes of which
should intrigue us especially, was the traditional Polish
holy daily bread typically baked at home
according to an extremely old Polish recipes. In
this "holy daily bread", the dough was "grew" due
to subjecting it to the process of fermentation (in
past popularly called "pickled dough"), not through being
saturated with bubbles of gases from gas-generating
chemicals - like today bakers do it with the modern
bread. Only such a fermented bread was in past
considered to be "holy" - as this is explained more
comprehensively in item #F2 (14a) of the totaliztic
web page named
Also only such a black like soil (or like a German
"pumpernickel") fermented old Polish "holy daily
bread" was extremely healthy and tasty. In fact,
people who used to eat this holy bread, typically
in the entire their lives did NOT need to see a doctor.
The painless "kimchi-based sliming" - means how to slim down Korean style, in a
manner fully controlled by us without changing our eating habits nor changing our lifestyle:
teaches that "every goal that is possible to invent is also possible to accomplish" -
even the trouble-free sliming down. One only needs to find a way how to accomplish this.
My eating experiences from Korea are
thought provoking. Before I arrived to that
country, as a typical "book-worm" I had
problems with my excess weight. In fact
my stomach looked like the one on paintings
of Napoleon. I was unable to get rid this
stomach in spite of undertaking various
painful diet and starvations which Chinese
describe with a juicy expression "dog pooh
diets" - this name results from a fact that
according to a jocose saying of Chinese
these diets make their victims so hungry
that even if they see a dog pooh, they still
have a temptation to pick it up and eat it.
However, after my arrival to Korea I rapidly
discovered that I can easily loose over 1
kilogram of weight (fat) a month, only because
everyday on the occasion of my main
meal (i.e. lunch) I eat around 50 to 100
grams of raw "kim-chi" as an additional
side dish to whatever was given to me on
this meal. What even more interesting,
in order to slim down with this method,
I do not need to change my taste preferences,
I can eat as much as I wish, I do not need
to implement any special diets nor exercises,
nor I need to change my style of living.
Kim-chi turned out to be this "miraculous
sliming diet" which painlessly gave me what
other diets only promised but in spite of the
pain of their undertaking - never delivered
Since this "kimchi based folk Korean diet"
worked for me, and since it so efficiently keeps
slim almost 50 millions inhabitants of the South
Korea, there is a significant chance that it is
also going to work for the reader with an equal
success. Because it costs nothing to try it,
I sincerely recommend it to the reader. In
order to implement it and check it whether
it is equally effective for the reader, all that
the reader needs to do is to prepare kim-chi
for himself or herself according to an authentic
folklore recipe from Korea. I do Not advice
to buy for this any ready-made kim-chi, nor
prepare kim-chi according to a recipe published
in the Internet, because such kim-chi sold
outside of Korea, and also a proportion of
Internet recipes that I analysed thoroughly,
offer just a taste substitute of the real
kim-chi. Although this taste substitute
tastes quite similarly, still it does NOT have
the health capabilities of the authentic kim-chi.
Therefore for purposes of dieting it is best
to make our own kim-chi with our own hands.
After all there is a proverb "if you wish to have
something done well, you need top do it
yourself", and also the saying "John, hold the
wall standing while I run to take the payment".
(Out of two heads of cabbage one obtains
around 2 kilograms of kim-chi, which should
last for at least 20 days. Then one needs to
repeat the production as the fresh kim-chi
tastes much better than the old one, means
it is less sour and more pleasant in eating.)
After one prepares kim-chi for himself or
herself, it is enough to eat in raw form around
50 to 100 grams of this kimchi at the end
of each main meal. This eating is NOT
unpleasant or problematic. I found it almost
like with every meal I eat around 50 to 100
grams of well spiced Polish sauerkraut.
If before and after a month of such a systematic
eating kim-chi one weights himself or herself,
our weight should be at least 1 kilo lower
(while the belt at least one hole looser).
In this way it will continue until our body
reaches the weight which is optimal for our
structure. (This optimal weight stops changing.)
With our making kim-chi in person, two problems
are linked, namely (1) getting ingredients, and
(2) finding the recipe. Therefore if the reader
wishes to try this "Korean folklore sliming
diet" firstly I suggest to check whether is able
to get the most vital ingredient - namely the
Chinese cabbage, then check the remaining
ingredients - as these shown below in "Fig. #1b".
Another problem is getting the authentic
Korean recipe for kim-chi. If someone does
NOT intend to fly personally to Korea, then
can be some problems with this one. The
point is that after I learned the authentic
Korean folk recipe for making kim-chi, I
checked several such recipes placed in
Internet. In the process I discovered that
details of the authentic recipe, which in my
opinion are the most vital for gaining by
kim-chi its health and sliming capabilities,
for some strange coincidence are absent
in these Internet recipes. I do NOT know
whether this is just a coincident, or
systematic and intentional action of this
"Pajak's serpent" which is described in item
#D2.2 of the web page about the
Concept of Dipolar Gravity.
No matter what is the reason for which these
significant for health details are absent in
many Internet recipes, it reminds the fact
that if someone uses such not-authentic
(or simplified) recipe from the Internet, he
or she can land making just a taste
substitute for kim-chi, which, however,
will not display the healing nor sliming abilities
of the authentic kim-chi.
Results of scientific research make Koreans really
proud of their "kimchi". After all, there is no other
dish in the world which would bring to the eater
as much benefits as kimchi does. Thus about
"kimchi" in Korea were written numerous doctorates
and even more books. Unfortunately, these are
rarely read in other countries because typically
these are not translated into other languages
and also because the Korean alphabet is rather
unique. The Korean book about kimchi which is
scientifically very valuable, which was entirely
translated into English, and which I managed
to purchase, was the book by Dr Sook-ja Yoon,
entitled Good Morning Kimchi, Hollym
Publishers, Seoul, South Korea 2006,
ISBN 1-56591-216-0, 128 pages, soft cover.
This book is complemented by the own web
page of its author, having the address
(unfortunately almost entirely in Korean, thus
for an European it allows only to look at pictures).
Of course, I personally prepared for myself a
precise procedure of an authentic Korean
folk recipe for making kim-chi. To this my own
procedure I am able to give the guarantee that
it does NOT miss any out of these vital health-wise
details that need to be carried out during
the making of this medicinal dish. This my
recipe I am making available free of charge
to every interested reader by publishing it in
item #B2.1 below on this web page. I hope,
that this recipe is to attract attention of
these readers who earned with their moral
behaviours the right to benefit from my laborious
and painstaking process of putting together
this difficult and complicated procedure
of making authentic Korean kim-chi.
I should also add here, that because I am
giving my personal guarantee that this recipe
represents an authentic Korean folk recipe,
it has my "copyright" imposed onto it - means,
it is imposed onto it, that this recipe is NOT
published further without my prior permission
given in writing, and also that it is NOT passed
further to other people in the form which eliminates
the information that this recipe was prepared
with my contribution of labour and is available
on my web pages named
(This means that everyone who wishes to obtain
such my written permission needs to request it
directly from myself by writing at the address
provided in item #J3 below on this web page.)
In the real world in which we live, everything has
its own principles of operation and drawbacks
that result from these principles. These in turn
not always work in the manner that we would like
them to work. Therefore, at the end of this item,
I am going to explain what drawbacks of the
method of sliming down through eating kim-chi
I managed to notice during my own experimental
use of this method. The first amongst these
drawbacks is that if our sliming down depends
only on additional eating kim-chi, without the
change to our lifestyle nor our eating habits,
then the amount we slim down has its limits.
These limits result from the principles on which
kim-chi works, NOT from the amount of fat we
accumulated. In other words, kim-chi decreases
our weight only by a given percent, then it establishes
a new equilibrium weight which is several kilos
lower than the weight we had before we started
eating kim-chi. I estimate from my own outcomes,
that kimchi decreases the weight by around 10%
of the initial weight that we had before we started
eating this dish. Then this our new weight stops
decreasing in spite that we still keep eating kim-chi
and that we still have significant fat reserves to loose.
Another drawbacks of this method
of sliming down through eating kim-chi is that
this method works only for the duration when we
continually eat kim-chi without any interruptions.
This means, that for as long as we eat kim-chi
systematically each day, our weight remains on
this lower level. But when we stop eating this dish,
while we still maintain the same eating habits and
the same lifestyle, then our weight immediately
begins to lift up, until it reaches the weight that we
had before we started eating kim-chi. This gaining
on weight is almost 3 times faster that the speed of
loosing weight after we started eating kimchi. In my
case, at the beginning of period when I started to
eat kim-chi in addition to my meals, I used to loose
slightly less than 2 kilograms per month. But when
I stopped eating kim-chi, in the first month I gained
almost 5 kilogram per month. Fortunately, this gaining
the weight after we stop eating kimchi has also its limit
equal to exactly the same weight that we had before we
started to slim down with the use of kim-chi. (Actually
after every diet that I tried in my life, always the weight
returns to the level from before the time of dieting
immediately after the dieting person returns to his
or her normal eating habits and normal lifestyle.)
In other words, the method of a controlled by us sliming
down without changing our eating habits nor our lifestyle,
described here, is useful for cases when for some
reasons (e.g. a wedding, a trip, a new job, etc.) we
wish to decrease our weight for a specific duration
of time by the value of around 10% of our NORMAL
(for their photographs and descriptions see "Fig. #1b" above):
2 medium size (Chinese) Napa cabbage (approx. 1 1 kg in weight),
3 of a large radish,
3 cubic cm (ml) of ginger,
3 flat tablespoonful of garlic pounded to sizes of rice grains,
75 gram of flaked Korean Red Pepper (chilli),
10 tablespoon full of Korean Fish Sauce or you can use the Thai Fish Sauce (on market is also a Vietnamese sauce but it is not so good),
1 cup of Glutinous Rice Flour (to prepare starch),
1 large onion quartered,
1 sweet apple peeled and quartered,
Spring onions – cut into 1 inch length and chopped the white part of the spring onions into small pieces.
1. Chop the Napa cabbage into quarter and then into small bite size and leave it in a container.
2. Sprinkle salt and water alternately onto the chopped cabbage (like you would sprinkle your clothes before you iron i.e. if you don’t have a steam-iron). After a few sprinkles you fold it with you hand – the bottom to the top and top to the bottom - and continue the process until all the salt has been used up. You can taste the saltiness by eating a piece of the thickest part of the cabbage and the middle of the cabbage should be salty. Leave it aside but continue to turn the cabbage with your hands every 15 minutes and leave it to soak in the brine for approx 2 hours or when the cabbage is soften and salty to taste.
After 2 hours of soaking you rinse the cabbage with running water and leave it in a colander to drain for later use. If it is not drained well you could lightly squeeze off some of the water from the cabbage just before you mix the sauces into it.
3. Grate the radish into thick strips (julienne) and leave it in a bowl for later use. The radish will give the kimchi a crunchy bite.
4. Prepare starch. For this: mix 1 cup of water and 1 cup of Glutinous Rice Flour and stir continually over low fire until it thickens in a semi runny state. Leave it to cool over a bowl of cold water for later use.
5. Blend the ginger, apple and onions in a blender till it is blended. Leave it aside for later use for sauce;
6. Prepare the spicy sauce: (6a) Mix the cooked starch (only use 3 of the total amount of the cooked starch) with 75 gm of red pepper
(6b) Then add the apple, ginger, onions mixture into it. Add the 3 tablespoonful of pounded garlic. Mix well.
(6c) Add 10 tablespoonful of Fish sauce into the above mixture and continue stirring.
(6d) Check the colour of the sauce. The colour of the sauce should be dark red and not orangey in colour, if it is orangey in colour you can add in a wee bit of red pepper or you can taste it while mixing the sauce for saltiness and spiciness.
There is bound to be some left-over sauce each time you mix the sauces and you can use as much of the sauce as required and leave the rest in a container and keep it in the freezer for later use when you make the next batch of kimchi.
7. Mix. Wear a pair of disposable gloves when ready to mix the hot pepper sauce into the cabbage and radish.
8. Mix a wee bit of the sauce at a time – first into the radish, mix well, then add the cabbage into the same bowl and mix in more pepper sauce until the cabbage and the radish are well covered with the sauces. Add the chopped spring onions into the bowl and mix well.
Scoop the vegetables into a porcelain jar or good quality plastic container and leave it in room temperature for l day (in summer) or for 2 days (in winter) to ferment.
After the fermentation yields the level of sourness that satisfies us, you should then transfer the container of kimchi to the fridge.
11. Serving. Serve kimchi as you pleased either as part of other foods or alone as a snack which is to generate medicinal benefits
I have also heard that the kimchi juice that is collected at the bottom of the jar is a good tonic for fighting off a cold.
I, signed below, herewith provide my personal guarantee
that the kimchi recipe presented here well represents
a typical recipe used by housewives from South Korea,
that I received this recipe (and also practically researched
its implementation) from a prosperous and well eating
Korean family which uses this recipe already for many
generations and on which one could see with the naked
eyes the health benefits of eating kimchi, and that this
recipe contains all elements that decide about maintaining
by it all health benefits of kimchi, which elements I verified
for this recipe by comparing it with other recipes for making
Korean kimchi that were available for me.
Signed: Jan Pająk (Prof. Dr Eng.)
Suwon, South Korea, 19 July 2007.
"Silkworm pupa" - means the moral substitute to "stem cells" used already for a long time in folklore healing of Korea:
Present human medicine is splashing promises
as to what can be accomplished in the future
through the research on so-called "stem cells".
With these loud promises it tries to silence the
moral hangover that results from the
use of cells which originate from human
embryos. After all, in some cases of this
research, in order to be able to carry it
out, it becomes necessary to take the right
to life from a potential human. On the other
hand, it is highly immoral to take life from
potential humans in order to heal already
living people. So no wonder that the research
on stem cells of human origins have so much
opposition. In addition results of these research
are to be able to help people only in a far future.
A good expression of goals of research on
"stem cells", the most important illnesses which
these stem cells are expected to heal, and the
nature of objections that these research most
frequently encounter, contains the article entitled
"Latest stem cell 'achievement' gets cold reception"
which appeared on page A2 of the New Zealand
issue dated on Saturday, January 19, 2008.
Here is a brief excerpt from that article:
"Scientists say stem cells from cloned embryos
could be a valuable tool for studying diseases, screening
drugs and perhaps someday creating transplant material to
treat conditions such as diabetes and Parkinson's
disease. But some critics say the procedure amounts
to creating a human life in a lab and then destroying
it to harvest the stem cells. Others raise concerns
about health risks and exploitation if large number
of women are asked to provide eggs for widespread
However, a shocking fact is that healing with
cells of the action very similar to the predicted
action of these "stem cells" the folklore of Korea
uses successfully for centuries, if not for thousands
of years. And all this without the need to have any
"moral hangover". The reason is, that these Korean
substituted for stem cells originate from insects,
not from people. In folklore of Korea these cells
are obtained through just ordinary eating
"silkworm pupa" shown in the photograph below.
These silkworm pupas contain components in
themselves which after eating trigger mechanisms
in eaters that cause any cells from the eaters'
bodies behave as if these are stem cells - i.e.
any cells from bodies of eaters transform or
generate cells that the eater is missing. In the
result of this, in Korea one can hear many
descriptions of difficult illnesses which were
healed through just ordinary eating of these
"silkworm pupa". I will not repeat here these
stories because someone may accuse me
of dissemination of a medical heresy. However,
the picture which emerges from descriptions
of people with which I talked on this subject,
is close to whatever the present medicine
claims that in future will be possible to accomplish
due to the use of stem cells. For example,
at the very beginning of lists of illnesses which
for centuries are healed through eating of
silkworm pupa the folklore of Korea indicates
exactly the same key illnesses which medical
scientists hope to heal in the future with the use
of stem cells. Simultaneously healing with
silkworm pupa is chip, can be applied immediately -
without carrying out many-years long medical
research, and without "moral hangover" because
one uses embryos that in order to heal firstly
required an immoral robbery of some other
One can easily work out why the healing mechanism
that is triggered due to eating of silkworm pupa
is almost identical to the action of these "stem cells".
As we know, there are some biological processes
occurring in every pupa, which completely rebuild
the tissue structure of a caterpillar into the tissue
structure of a final butterfly. Whatever triggers these
processes, at the moment of eating silkworm pupa
is passes to the blood circulation from the organism
of the eater. Through this blood circulation these
triggering agents go to the organs that were devastated
by a given illness. Over there it triggers processes
similar to these which take place in pupa.
Namely, it rebuilds the structure of cells and tissues
which are present in the area devastated by a given
illness, into cells and tissues of healthy organs which
supposed to be in there. In this way consequences
of a destructive illness are gradually eliminated.
Thus silkworm pupa carry the potential to heal
even these most nasty illnesses without causing
disadvantageous side effects. (E.g. I never heard
that anyone who ate these pupa grew butterfly wings
after he or she got healed.)
Where these silkworm pupa can be purchased
in Korea. Well, NOT in pharmacies, but on an
ordinary bazaar - see the photograph below.
But I must admit that when I looked at them then
I was sure, that with my European eating habits
I would need to be really in a critical health situation
to force myself to eat this miraculous medicine.
(Probably I would also need to imagine that I am
a bird.) Already cooked and tinned silkworm
pupa can also be purchased in Korea in supermarkets -
as it is also considered to be a delicacy.
In the folklore of Korea silkworm pupa is eaten
in three different forms. The most devoted
connoisseurs of this delicacy eat them raw
(i.e. dried) - as one can see them on the
above photograph. Myself, after over a
half of year walking around them like
a proverbial "dog around a hedgehog",
finally for the good of science and this web
page I managed to try how they taste raw.
As it turned out, in the first moment after
putting to mouth such a dry silkworm pupa,
one has an impression as if one placed in
mouths a large, soft raisin. But from the
skin of this supposed raisin leaks to saliva
a powerful taste and smell of like an old
"musty cellar", or old, damp, underground
tunnels. However, thus musty taste disappears
soon after one bites and smashes the pupa
with teeth. Then it takes quite a pleasant taste
and crispiness of a young walnut. Means the
taste only around one-third as strong as a ripe
walnut. (This weak walnut taste have young
walnuts which are eaten when they are still
in green hull and which after breaking are
peeled from this brown skin that after reaping
cannot be peeled and which gives to their
kernel this strong nutty taste.) This pleasant
walnut taste of silkworm pupa causes that in
Korea it has a lot of connoisseurs, each one
of which eats around a half of glass of this
delicacy (and medicine) at a single sit.
Independently from eating raw these dried
silkworm pupas, they are also eaten after
boiling or frying. In case of boiling them, they
are boiled in a salted water and eaten immediately
after being cooked - when still hot. On bazaars
of Korea one can meet stands in which silkworm
pupas are boiled while after boiling - sell to
passers by (priced at around 1 US$ for a half
of quarter-litre glass of this delicacy and
medicine). Around such a stand which boils
silkworm pupas the air is saturated with the
same unpleasant smell of "musty cellar", which
I described in the previous paragraph. Supposedly
the most tasty these silkworm pupas are when
they are fried. Koreans fry them in oil, after
adding almost an equal amount of garlic to
additionally improve the taste.
During the medical eating of dried silkworm pupas,
these are eaten usually in two portions a day,
around 12 hours apart (i.e. one portion in the
morning and another portion in the evening).
In each one portion usually two table spoons
of dry silkworm pupas are eaten - this gives
around a half of the glass being eaten each
day. Typically before eating they are meticulously
washed in water - as many as three times.
This their washing for me more resembles
a ritual than actual washing. Then they are
boiled in fresh water with salt (sometimes
water is enriched by spices to improve the
taste). For medical purposes are eaten not
only these boiled silkworm pupas, but also
the water in which they are boiled is being
drunk. Usually a sick person needs to eat
systematically these pupas for at least two
months to have some visible healing
Theoretically speaking the same healing effect
as for silkworm pupas should be accomplished
during the use of any pupas - if only their
caterpillars do not contain some chemicals
that would be detrimental for human health.
But because for healing purposes one needs
to eat a lot of these pupas (counted in kilograms)
to have some healing results, apart from silkworm
it would probably be difficult to find a required
supply of it. Furthermore, it is already confirmed
experimentally that silkworm caterpillars do not
contain nor produce any chemicals that would be
detrimental to human health. In turn any other
pupas still could have such chemicals.
In present world almost every country cultivates
and processes silkworm pupa (I know for sure
that e.g. Poland does it in Europe). However,
for the production of silk utilised are only cocoons
in which these pupas wrap themselves, while
pupas are later disposed of. Thus probably
all factories which process silkworm pupas
have a massive supply of these pupas with
which they do NOT know what to do. Probably
they dispose them to rubbish dumps or feed
to pigs - without realising that these pupas
actually are miraculous (and simple in use)
folklore medicine with characteristics of "stem
cells". Therefore, to those readers who have
someone close and much loves in health
situation sufficiently desperate that for getting
better this person would be prepared to eat
silkworm pupa in kilograms, and whose illness
belongs to the kind which in future is promised
to be healed by "stem cells", then probably
it is worth to try this old folklore Korean remedy.
After all, if such silkworm pupa does NOT help,
for sure it should NOT make things worse either.
For reasons which I explained more accurately
on other web pages, e.g. on web pages
memorial.htm - about methods of suppressing specific research or
evil.htm - about sources of evil on the Earth,
research on utilisation of "stem cells" are
pushed forward behind the scene in spite
that in many cases this research induce various
moral objections. On the other hand silkworm
pupa carry in themselves mechanisms of
action which allow to accomplish without any
"moral hangover" and almost immediately
practically all the same healing effects that
immorally are promised by researchers of
"stem cells". Unfortunately, no-one currently
carries out research on healing mechanisms
of silkworm pupa. Therefore, at this point I have
an appeal to the readers, to morally enforce
wherever they can the initiation of research on
healing mechanisms that hide in these humble
silkworm pupa. Our civilisation would benefit
from such research, not mentioning about
moral tortures of these ill people who in the
future will be aware that in order to recover
their own health they need to deny the right
to live to some other potential human.
Fig. #2: Here are dried "silkworm pupa". These are used
in the folklore healing of Korea for centuries or
perhaps even for thousands of years. These
pupas already now provide healing accomplishments
similar to the ones which only lately are promised
by so-called "stem cells" that the official human
medicine started to research not long ago.
This means that "silkworm pupas" are able
to regenerate damaged cells and tissues.
Unofficial folklore of Korea claims that such
"silkworm pupas" are able to heal a whole
array of malignant illnesses.
Although looking at this miraculous medicine
it is difficult to imagine ourselves eating with
enthusiasm kilograms of it, in my opinion
everyone who find himself or herself in the
troubled health situation which is promised
to be healed only by outcomes of the present
research on the "stem cells" and who has no
hope from anything else, should consider
trying the "silkworm pupa". After all, if this
miraculous medicine does NOT help, it
also should NOT make things worse, while
it is easily accessible in practically every
country, it costs almost nothing, and it is
used in the folklore of Korea for centuries
- if not for thousands of years. Also, theoretically
speaking, the use of this "silkworm pupa"
should NOT cause any "side effects".
(Practically speaking - I am NOT aware
of anyone that would ever carried out
any official research on this miraculous
Moral, disciplined, determined, and purposeful social life:
Discipline and determination of Koreans:
Another matter by which I was nicely surprised,
if not nicely shocked in Korea, was the voluntarily
discipline of the society. If doing something lies
over there in the social interest, Koreans do this
without any hesitation. An example on which I am
able to illustrate this social discipline, is the photo
below that show tired pupils of some school, whom
the teacher that was guiding their tour allowed to
rest for a while. Although I am teaching for the
whole my professional life, in no other country
I saw so disciplined school pupils, who to rest
would obediently squat down in fours without
breaking out of their column and without any
visible opposition. (Well, in other countries
I have NOT seen even students that would
march obediently in column of fours beside
their teachers, disciplined like soldiers.)
Fig. #3: An example of tired pupils from a Korean school,
whom the teacher who guides them allowed to
squat for a moment to rest. It is easy to notice
that they rest disciplined in fours, without walking
away from the column, without protesting, without
disturbing the order of the column nor their own
position in marching, at every moment ready
to stand up on the signal from their teacher and
to continue the tour on which they were taken.
I must admit that I teach the entire life, but so
disciplined school pupils I have NOT seen in
any other country apart of Korea. Rather otherwise,
because of the lack of discipline amongst
school pupils, in a number of countries in which
I used to teach, taking students for a tour is
a kind of nightmare and torture to enduring
of which many teachers must be forced by
their superiors. In addition, such a large group
of pupils in some countries would require
by local bylaw to be guided and supervised
by at least four adults (e.g. four teachers or
four parent volunteers). But in Korea it is
enough that such a group is taken for a tour
by a single teacher which has a full control
over the situation.
When Koreans do something, they totally devote themselves to it:
We know it well from our everyday life.
Someone works in one profession, but
swears on that profession because took
it by a mistake and in reality would like
to work in a completely different job. In
this manner our European societies are
full of scientists, who would really like to
be painters, painters, who really dream
about the career of politicians, politicians
who would like to become bankers - only
that God does NOT gave them funds
required, etc., etc. The outcome is that
in such a society almost no-one takes
seriously his or her profession and
activity, while if he or she does something,
then is doing it like a big favour and
completely without enthusiasm.
But in Korea the situation looks totally different.
If Koreans do something, they put into it whole
themselves. In the result, when they work, the
job almost "becomes hot in their hands". When
they strike, they do it with conviction and have
real battles with police. When they go to church,
then they pray with such a devotion and place
such a great attention to details, that even myself -
i.e. the creator of
the first scientist on the Earth that proved the
existence of God,
I salute them totally impressed.
Fig. #3b: Here are "white-heads" in a Korean Roman-Catholic
Church. (Click in order to see this photograph enlarged.)
This photograph was taken in August 2007.
Old time in Poland the name "white-heads"
described women - because in church they
wore white veils on their heads. As I still remember
well, this Christian tradition diminished in Poland
in times of my childhood. When I was a small
boy (i.e. in 1950s), my mother and grandmother
taking me to church still wore just such white veils
on their heads - similar to veils which on the above
photograph can be seen on heads of all Korean
women praying in the church. In turn when I become
an adult, women that participated in masses from
Polish Catholic churches ceased to wear such white
veils. (This probably is the reason why at present
women in Poland are NOT called anymore
"white-heads".) But in Korea women voluntarily
do this until today - as this is revealed by the
above photograph. When people in Korea do
pray, they do it truly with devotion and fire,
making sure that every tiny detail is correct.
In the same manner they do also in every
other matter which they decide to attend.
It is believed in Poland, that Poles lead the world
in their devotion to faith in God and to Catholic
church. However, in my own opinion, Koreans
long ago overtook Poles in thoroughness and
fire with which they serve God.
is NOT blind for such expression of devotion.
So He blesses Korea in many different ways.
For example, at present Korea has one amongst
the highest standards of living. Crimes based
on immorality almost do not exist in it. People
in the majority are trustworthy and act morally
in there. Other nations can only envy them.
After all, behind moral behaviour of the entire
society always follows happiness, peace,
prosperity, and personal security of each
individual citizen of this society.
Koreans draw their moral strength from their history:
Koreans are proud of their history. This history
states that they originate from "Hans". (In the
Korean language "han" means "one" and "united".)
If I remember it correct, there was an argument
amongst Polish poets of the past, whether
Poles originate from "Ormians or from "Hans".
Fig. #4: Here is a photograph of "prototype" for one of the most
moderns kinds of present rocket weappon - means so
called "katyusha". It is exhibited in the king's palace
"Deoksugung" in Seoul. The only thing that can make
us wonder in this prototype, is that the improved version
of this weappon, shown on this photograph, was build
in Korea in 1448 AD, while the inventor of it, someone
named Choe Museon lived several centuries earlier in
times of Goryeo Dynasty. So now it becomes visible
where Russians got their idea for their "katyusha"
rocket lounchers, and also what kind of weappons
was used to scare horses of the Polish "husaria"
during the mediaval wars with Mongols.
In fact no many people is aware that so "modern"
weappons as "katyusha" in fact is already around
a thousand years old, and that a long time before
it was used in Europe it was already in a common
use on the Far East.
Koreans belong to technically the most talented nations of our planet:
The everyday use of technology can shock
in Korea. In fact, as so far, I have not met a
nation the everyday life of which would be
saturated with such a large number of technical
gadgets as the life of a typical Korean. Of
course, I did NOT live yet in every country
of the world, e.g. I did NOT live in Japan
yet, so perhaps there are nations even more
saturated with technology than Koreans are.
But Koreans are incomparably greater
consumers of modern technology that
all other nations that I know of (i.e. than
Poles, Germans, Swiss, New Zealanders,
Australians, Malaysians, Singaporeans,
Cypriots, and also neighbours of these
relatively well known to me nations).
As I also noticed, from the point of view
of practical skills in the use of modern
technology, my Korean students would
"eat for breakfast" students from all other
countries that I lectured so-far.
Fig. #5: The oldest and the largest water clock
of the world, or more strictly what remains
of it until today. It is exhibited in the king's
palace "Deoksugung" from Seoul.
This clock automatically and fluently
was showing current hours and minutes
with the precision close to present Swiss
The above clock differs, however, from precise
Swiss clocks by the date when it was constructed.
The model shown here was build in 1536 AD.
But it was an exact copy of an older clock build
in 1434 AD by someone named Jang Jeongsil.
That clock builder also based his work on even
The "levitating tap":
In one afternoon of August 2007 I was strolling
along the ornamental stream that flows across
the old town of Soul in the South Korea. This
stream is called "Cheonggyecheon Stream".
By the north-west bank of it a row of small
workshops of various specialisations is located.
This area is called the "Industrial Tool Arcade".
The majority of these workshops is very similar
to each other. So I passed by them without a
greater interest. But rapidly one of them attracted
my attention. By the entrance of it stool small
like "fountain". Only that otherwise than it is in
a fountain, in this one water was pouring from
top to down. This water was gashing from
a large, heavy, bronze tap which clearly
"levitated in mid-air". The first impression
after I saw this tap was for me almost a shock.
I stopped like hypnotised and for checking whether
I see it correctly I involuntarily moved my hand
around it to verify that there are no any invisible
wires or hidden magnets on which the tap could
be suspended, or whether it contains some hidden
mirrors that would visually misled witnesses.
But the tap really was hovering in the thin air.
I could not believe my own eyes. Even with
my technical mind it took me a bit of time
before I worked out how this tap works.
As it turned out the principle of it was
very simple. In spite of this it makes so
striking advertising impact on witnesses.
Of course, immediately I photographed
this "levitating tap" from all possible directions,
while photographs of it I am showing below
(see "Fig. #6abc"). Herewith I also reassure
the reader that these photographs are NOT
any photomontage nor "trick".
I wonder whether the reader is able to work out
all on his own how this "levitating tap" actually
works, and also how long it takes to the reader
to work out in person the principle of operation
of this "levitating tap".
Fig. #6abc: Koreans are technical geniuses.
For example above I am showing photograph
of a "tap which levitates"
and which is pouring water while hovering in
the thin air. This tap is used as an effective
advertisement for technical skills of the
owner of a small workshop at the entrance
of which it was exhibited. The operation of this
tap is hypnotizing passers by, attracting to the
workshop many new clients. I myself could
NOT resists to photograph this tap and I did
not leave this workshop for as long as it took
me to work out on what principles this tap works
Fig. #6a (left):
Here is the photograph of this "levitating tap" shown
from the direction of footpath. In fact this tap looks
like a fountain, only that it pours water from top towards
down, instead - like a fountain, from down to top.
On the background we can see the owner of the
workshop who utilises this tap as an efficient
advertisement for his technical skills. Close-up
photograph of the same "levitating tap" can be
seen if we
click on this "green" writing.
Fig. #6b (middle):
Here is the photo of the same tap taken in the
direction from the inside of the workshop towards
the street. This photograph clearly shows that
the tap in fact "levitates", and that there are no
any hidden wires or magnets which would hold
it suspended in the mid-air, nor that the hovering
of it in the mid-air is not simulated by some hidden
Fig. #6c (right):
Here is the proud owner of the workshop, who
made for himself an advertisement in the form
of this "levitating tap". As one can see, he smiles
from ear to ear. After all, his tap attracts him many
clients. So he has plenty of orders and full wallet.
Would you, the reader, able to invent similarly
intriguing advertisement for your own workshop?
Or perhaps you would be able to work out how
to build such a tap so that it works as this is
shown on the above photographs.
Sense of humour:
Funny aspects of Korea:
Koreans have very refined sense of humour.
Below I am showing several photographic
examples of it.
Fig. #7abc: Photographs that document
Korean sense of humour.
Fig. #7a (left):
We call them "half-heads" (in Polish: "półgłówki").
Our country overflows with them. But in Korea
they are so rare, that most clearly they are
immortalised on monuments (or perhaps
sculpturists have no custom to buy more
cement when they run out of it before finishing
a given sculpture).
Fig. #7b (middle):
Here is the advertisement which informs that the
shop sells shoes. On the above photo an advertisement
of normal shoes is shown. But if the shop sells
sport shoes, then the "advertisement" looks as
(click on this "green" writing to see the photo of a Korean advertisement of a shop with sport shoes).
Of course, similarly advertise themselves also other
shops. Here is an advertisement of the workshop
that frames various official (i.e. "rubber-stamped")
(click on this "green" writing to see a photo of advnertisement of this workshop).
Fig. #7c (right):
Here is the lift-section of building, designed
like a human head.
Nature of Korea:
Flora of Korea:
Fig. #8abc: Photographs which show
more extraordinary flora of Korea.
Fig. #8a (left):
Here is the illustration how strange can be flora
of Korea. For example, almost everyone knows
that in Korea grows a root called "gin-seng", the
shape of which resembles approximately a human
body. This root has parts the positioning and location
resembles the corpse, head, hands, and legs in humans.
Surprisingly, this root "gin-seng" displays also healing
properties. But not many are aware that in Korea
grows an extraordinary mushroom, recorded on
the above photograph, the size and appearance
of which also resembles something human.
Interestingly, the above mushroom I photographed
in the king's palace "Changgyeonggung" in Seoul.
While walking through the park of this palace, I saw
a group of scientists who with a great interest studied
something on the ground. When I approached them
in order to check what it is, I saw the above mushroom.
Supposedly it is an extraordinary rarity. The scientists
who studied it gave me even its scientific name, but I
forgotten it. I know that in Poland there is a relatively
similar (inedible) mushroom which I saw it frequently
during my own mushrooming in my childhood.
In the Polish language it is named "sromotnik
bezwstydny" (Phailus impudicus L. ex PERS),
and it is characterised by a powerful smell of rotten
meat. But the above Korean mushrooms does
NOT smell at all.
Fig. #8c (right):
Here is an example from a huge collection of
the unique kind of ornamental vegetation, which
are native to the Eastern Asia, including Korea.
This vegetation is called "hosta". Shown above
is an example of "hosta" which carries the jocose
name "Big Daddy". The largest Botanical Garden
of Korea, named "Hantaek Botanical Garden"
accumulated in my opinion the biggest in the
world collection of hosta. An entire album of examples
of photographs of only the most interesting samples
of hosta from that garden is is shown on a separate
web page which I designated entirely to
the hosta collection.
The "ginseng" root:
In Korea there is an extraordinary root called
"ginseng". It displays healing properties.
Korea is full of shops selling this root.
Fig. #9: A typical appearance of the shop that
sells the "ginseng" root. In such shops the root
can be purchased in all possible forms, e.g.
raw, dried, in spirit, in flakes, in powder, etc.
Please notice that instead of the shop assistance
the photograph captured myself in this shop
(i.e. Prof. Dr Eng. Jan Pajak). There is a lot of
such bazaar shops with the "ginseng" root in
Fauna of Korea:
Interestingly fauna of Korea makes a
different impression than fauna of e.g.
Europe, in spite that it is mainly composed
of European kind of species. For example,
the most popular bird of Korea is -
magpie. Magpies are in Korea equally
omnipresent as sparrows are in Europe or
ducks in New Zealand. In turn the most
popular insects are - dragon fly and cicadas.
Dragon flies can be seen practically everywhere.
There is so many of them in the air, like flies
in Australia, sand flies in New Zealand,
ants in Malaysia, or ticks in Poland. In
turn cicadas in Korea are of the size of
European sparrows. In summer days
these cicadas make so loud noise, that
it "rings" in ears.
Fig. #10abc: Fauna of Korea.
Fig. #10a (left):
Here is the most popular bird of Korea, means
magpie. But Korean magpies look slightly
different than the European ones. Means they
appear to have the same shape, size, look,
and behaviour, but their feathers shine metallically
with beautiful colours. (European magpies seem
to be just black-white.)
Fig. #10b (middle):
Here is the most loud insect of Korea, means
cicada. In Korea several different species of
cicada make their noise - this shown above
is the most loud of them all. It creaks so loud,
that its screeching echoes in our ears.
The noise that it generates for me
resembles slightly the sound of creaking
produced during a rhythmical rotation of a big
screw in dry wood (or a rhythmical rotating a
dry cork in tight bottleneck of an empty bottle).
This cicada is also very big - approximately
the size of an European sparrow. In order
to appreciate the size of it one needs to realize
that the diameter of the tree trunk on which
I photographed it in my estimation exceeded
In summer 2007 the South Korea experienced
a raid of another, quite unpleasant cicada.
This new cicada raided the South Korea from
the north, originally arriving from the Southern
China, then systematically moving through the
Northern Korea towards the south. In August
2007 it already arrived to northern suburbs of
Seoul. It is called the "lycorma delictula white".
It looks like a spotted moth and has around 5
cm in length. In Korea it has no natural enemies,
so it is going to pose a big problem. The article
on the subject of it, entitled "Foreign Cicadas
Irritate Residents", appeared on page 3 of the
English edition of newspaper
The Korea Times,
issue dated on Saturday/Sunday, August 18-19,
To Suwon this new cicada "lycorma delictula
white" arrived already on 25 August 2007,
when I heard and saw one of these for the first
time in my life. I was just walking through a small
park shorthly before the sunset, when I heard
the noise of a new cicada, that I never heard
before. It sounded to me like a monotonic
rattle of machine gun, in which each single
shot sounded like a powerful crack of a large
electric spark from an electrostatic machine.
In fact this rattle was very unpleasant to ears
and highly irritating. I started to seek the source
of this rattle in order to check whether this is
really this new cicada and then I saw it for the
first time - exactly as they show it on photographs
in newspapers, means large and looking quite
creepy. But it already was too dark to photograph it.
Fig. #10c (right):
Here is the most popular insect of Korea - means
a dragon fly. In this case the dragon fly sits on
a rope in front of a king's palace. But dragon flies
in flight one can see in Korea practically in every
Mysterious aspects of Korea:
There is a lot of mysterious phenomena taking
place in Korea. There is also a lot of mysterious
objects in there. Below I am going to present
these amongst them, which I managed to
see and photograph.
The cave that was telekinetically carved by a UFO vehicle:
I carry out research of underground UFO
caves and tunnels for a long time. These
underground tunnels, melted with plasma
or carved telekinetically in rocks by UFO
vehicles, are utilised by UFOnauts for
hiding their UFO vehicles in there, and for
establishing underground bases of UFOnauts
inside of them. Photographs of some
amongst such underground tunnels-caves
are presented in several
web pages, for example in items #22 and
#23 of the web page about the
or in item #F1 of the web page about
In turn the comprehensive description of
these tunnels is provided in subsections
G10.1.1 and V5.3 from volumes respectively
3 and 17 of the newest
Immediately after I arrived to Korea, my attention
was drawn by the next "tunnel" carved
by a UFO vehicle. It is called the "Jin Cave".
It is located on the area of the Seonunsan
Provincial Park, from the south-west part
of Korea, or more strictly is a part of a large
complex of Buddhist temples which are inside
of this park. Of course, in spite that this cave
is located many hours of drive from the place
where I lived, I arranged for an expedition to
see it. This expedition confirmed that the Jin
Cave is in fact formed technologically by a UFO
vehicle. Which evidence confirms this - I am
explaining and illustrating below. Unfortunately
during this expedition UFOnauts broke my
finger as a punishment for "excessive curiosity".
Please notice that about this UFO tunnel from
Korea, called the "Jin Cave", I am writing also
on the web page about the mysteries of the
Fig. #11: Only rare people were
punished with breaking their finger
for the fact that they had the courage
to photograph something that they
do not suppose to photograph. I belong
to these rare group. When on 26th
of May 2007 I photographed a
mysterious "Jin Cave" shown on the
above photograph "Fig. #9", some creatures
invisible to human sight got so furious,
that during taking one of photographs
they almost openly pulled my legs when
I was just pressing the shutter's trigger.
Then they so directed my fall down that
I broke my finger. During this extraordinary
event I felt on my body the hitting and
pushing, like if from someone's invisible
hands, while in my mind I heard like
telepathically send to me someone's
derisive laughter. (I perfectly know
this laughter - I already heard it once
when UFOnauts, probably just for a fun,
poured me and my suit with cold shower -
as I described this thoroughly in
subsection W6 from volume 18 of my older
see item "Re. F" in there.) Descriptions
of this extraordinary breaking of my
finger are provided in item #A4.1 of the
newest update of the separate web page about
Wszewilki of tomorrow.
"Fig. #9" above shows just one of
photographs that I managed to take
then just before my finger was broken.
The photo illustrates the entrance
to a cave, which in my estimation
was a former entrance to a system of
underground tunnels that UFOnauts
created under the surface of our
planet in order to hide their UFO
vehicles from human sight in these
tunnels. Amongst local population
the above cave is called the Jin Cave.
(The name "jins" is another name which
in cultures of the East was given in
past to UFOnauts. Jins had the same
powers as "devils" - only that
in past they were considered to
NOT be so mischievous as devils
are. In our culture jins are
mainly known from a fable about
the "Lamp of Aladdin" in which one
of these powerful creatures supposedly
used to live.) The "Jin Cave" shown
above is also shown on the web page
about mysteries of the castle in
The diameter of the above tunnel,
measured in the horizontal direction,
is equal to 4.7 meters, while its
height is equal 5.10 meters. This
cylindrically shaped tunnel is
evenly cut like by a huge drill.
It runs from the south-east (the
entrance) to the north-west (the
interior of the hill). So this tunnel
was cut out by a discoidal UFO vehicle
type K3 that flied horizontally with
the floor directed perpendicular
to local force lines of the Earth's
magnetic field. The external
diameter of a UFO vehicle type K3
is equal to D = 4.39 meters. The
carving of this tunnel was carried
out through the discharging of
powerful telekinetic pressures at
native rocks, not through evaporation
of rocks by a plasma whirl. So the
UFO vehicle which made this tunnel
was a UFO of the second, or even
the third, generation.
The important aspect of this UFO tunnel
is, that it was known for many centuries.
In turn local people treat it with the
highest respect, almost like a holy place.
Therefore UFOnauts could NOT secretly
collapse it, or remove it - as they did
with entrances to many other similar UFO
tunnels. But in order to not reveal
that it leads to underground UFO bases,
some time ago UFOnauts melted in it a
vertical partition wall, visible below on
photograph from "Fig. #11c", which closes
it already around 10 meters from the
entrance. What even more interesting,
this partition wall that blocks the
entrance to remaining parts of this
tunnel, was formed by melting the
native rock with a hot plasma whirl.
In turn the tunnel itself was created
by ripping the rock out with telekinetic
pressure - this is clearly visible on
the photograph from "Fig. #11b" below.
(So Jin Cave is a carved tunnel -
not an evaporated or melted tunnel).
Such mixing two completely different
manners of shaping the structure of
this tunnel, both of which are unique
and characteristic for capabilities
of UFO propulsion system, additionally
confirms strongly the technological
origins of this tunnel formed by a
The entrance to a similar UFO tunnel
existed also in Poland on the "Babia Góra"
Mountain. It remained open in there until
around 1920s. (Later UFOnauts hide this
entrance.) A similar entrance is also
described in the famous German legend
about the Pied Piper of Hamelin
(the main event of which supposed to
take place on 23 July 1284). The
description of this legend is even
contained in some encyclopedias, e.g.
see the prestigious "Encyclopedia Britannica",
1959 - entry "Hameln". According to
this legend, in 1284 the township
of Hamelin from Lower Saxony (near
Hanover), which is positioned at
the converge of rivers Waser and Hamel,
was infested with a plague of rats.
Then this rat-catcher appeared (probably
an UFOnaut that had a device for a
remote hypnotizing of animals and people).
After receiving the offer of a good
payment, he led rats out of the city
and drown them in the Waser river.
But after fulfilling his part of
citizens of Hameln accused
him of the trickery and refused
to pay the contract. Then, exactly
on 23 July 1284, he played again
his pipe. In the reply all children
of Hamelin left their homes and
walked hypnotized following him.
After they walked to the local
hill called Koppelberg, huge gate
opened on the slope. The rat-catcher
with the all children - but except
for one lame, disappeared inside
of this hill, while the gate shut
after their passage. (It seems that
the lame child was of no use as a
slave on the planet of UFOnauts.)
The interesting aspect of this
legend is that the spoken version
of it that I had an opportunity
to hear, describes a glossy tunnel
leading inside of the Earth, that
was hidden behind these gates in
the Koppelberg. The hypnotized
children marched thorough this
tunnel. Its description coincides
with the glossy and even tunnels
formed on Earth by UFOs, one example
of which is shown in "Fig. #9" above.
Another example of a similar tunnel
existed in Poland on the mountain
named "Babia Góra". The entrance of
it, according to Polish legends, was
hidden behind a gate that looked
like an ordinary rock. (This legend
about the UFO tunnel from the "Babia
Góra" mountain in Poland is described
in treatise [4B] and in subsection G2.1
of monograph [5/3], while it is just
mentioned in subsection V5.3.2 of my newest
At this point I should also explain, that UFOnauts
in their activities amongst people obey
pedantically the rule to not reveal to humans
their continuous presence on the Earth.
This major policy of UFOnauts is explained
comprehensively on the web page
evil.htm - about origins of evil on the Earth.
In order to have on the Earth a place where
UFOnauts can secretly park their UFO
vehicles, they prepared for themselves
a whole system of underground tunnels
and chambers. Entrances to some amongst
these tunnels remain until today in various
inaccessible areas of the world. The above
UFO tunnel is just one amongst such
entrances to UFO tunnels that survived
undistorted until today (unfortunately the
passage to further parts of this tunnel
was purposely blocked with the melted
rock). The appearance and principles of
technical formation of such UFO tunnels
are described on a number of totaliztic
web pages, for example on web pages
newzealand.htm - about mysteries of New Zealand, or
magnocraft.htm - about space vehicles with magnetic propulsion system.
Most comprehensively, however, these
principles are described in subsections
G10.1.1 and V5.3 from volumes respectively
3 and 17 of the newest
In turn descriptions of the evidence for the
use by UFOnauts such underground tunnels
and chambers is provided on web pages about
* * *
Fig. #11bc: Two photographs which document
two different manners of formation of the "Jin Cave"
shown and described on the previous photograph "Fig. #11".
Fig. #11b (left):
A close-up photograph of the side walls of the
"Jin Cave". It reveals that the "Jin Cave" was
formed due to precise carving (breaking out)
native rocks with the use of telekinetic pressure.
Fig. #11c (right):
A section of the "partition wall" that blocks the access
to the further parts of the "Jin Cave". Otherwise to
the carving formation of side walls that is clearly
visible on photographs from the left part of "Fig. #11b",
this "partition wall" was formed through the melting
of the native rock by hot plasma of the UFO vehicle
that works in the magnetic whirl mode of operation.
In the final part of this cave was quite dark when
I photographed this "partition wall". This wall is
visible just behind the altar with Buddhist
accessories, through which I did not wish to
climb in order to photograph this wall, as it
could offend my hosts. However, it is still
clearly visible that the wall originates due to
melting the native rock with the spinning plasma.
One can even clearly distinguish the contour in
the middle of this wall, in which hovered the
discoidal UFO vehicle which melted this wall,
before it withdrew from the large droplet of the
melted rack that it turned into the liquid form.
After the UFO vehicle withdrew itself from the
melted droplet of the native rock, the wall closed
itself completely leaving however the contour
of the UFO vehicle which melted this wall.
What still could be improved in Korea:
The introduction of the Latin alphabet:
Although almost everything in Korea looks
quite perfect in comparison to other countries
in which I had an opportunity to live, still we
live in an imperfect world. So in every real
matter and in every real country there is
always room for improvements. In case
of Korea in my opinion the most urgent is
the introduction of the Latin alphabet and
the replacing with it the local miniature "bushes".
Because Korea is located between China
and Japan, it has the alphabet which is
very similar to alphabets of its neighbours.
For myself this alphabet resembles miniature
"bushes". Even Koreans acknowledge themselves
that their alphabet is supposedly "second most
difficult in the world" - right after the Arabic
alphabet which is considered to be the
"first most difficult in the world". For the
visitor from another country this Korean
alphabet makes travel extremely difficult.
It is because this alphabet that everyone
who travels through Korea and does
NOT know this alphabet feels a bit like
a "blind mouse".
I had opportunities to live for some times in two
cvountries that in past used Arabic alphabet,
but changed it into the Latin alphabet some
time ago. These were: Turkey (or more strictly
the Northern Cyprus) and Malaysia. Although
the level of knowledge of English by so-called
"people from streets" in both these countries
is similar to the level of English in Southern
Korea, one can travel through them without
any problems just because they use the
Latin alphabet. This Latin alphabet makes
that a visitor is able to easily read in them.
In addition the history of these countries
indicates, that after the change of the alphabet
they accomplished a whole array of further
benefits - e.g. the increase of readership,
the drop in anaphabetism, etc., etc. Therefore,
in my opinion, the adoption of the Latin
alphabet by Korea is one amongst the most
urgent, important, and the most beneficial
strategic moves awaiting to be implemented
in that country.
Summary, and the final information of this web page:
The summary of this web page:
Korea is immensely fascinating country
with hugely successful nation.
Perhaps we should start to watch it closer
and draw role models from various more
constructive accomplishments of its people.
How with the web page named
one can find totaliztic descriptions
of topics in which he is interested:
A whole array of topics equally interesting
as these from the above web page, is also
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means a list of "key words" usually provided
at the end of textbooks, which allows to find
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immediately open the web page with the topic
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recommend to look at it and to begin using it
systematically - after all it brings closer hundreds
of totaliztic topics which can be of interest to
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"with professors is like with generals", namely
when someone is
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from 1 September 1992 untill 31 October 1998,
as an "Associate Professor" from English-based
educational system, while on one university as
a (Full) "Professor" (since 1 March 2007 till
31 December 2007 - means at the last place
of employment in his professional life).
At this point I must admit, that I seem to receive
a lot of emails the authors of which send me
time and labour consuming requests, while
simultaneously displaying a complete ignorance
in matters that I am researching.
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