An ancient Daoist chart of the inside of the human body. Literally means ‘Chart of the Inner Landscape’ or ‘Chart of the Inner Warp’ or ‘Diagram of the Internal Texture of Man’.
A microsomography and a guide to mining spagyric elixirs, which means learning to control the energies in your body so that you can direct these energies round your body, in order to move internal metals and other substances and unite them to create and absorb inner ‘pills’ to gain immortality.
Ancient Chinese science teaches that alchemy can be performed inside your body by learning to control your inner energies, as well as outside the body by manipulating metal and other substances.
The Neijing Tu also looks a lot like Britain and the Isle of Man.