According to The Octopus View of the Human Body, it is useful to visualize the human body as being constructed like and behaving like an octopus.
The main purpose of The Octopus View of the Human Body is to provide a way to visualize how a stimulus that affects one part of the human body, can cause a change in another part of the human body that is physically distant from the point of the stimulus.
This type of visualization is being provided as a way to help people accept the claim that masturbation changes the human body.
One of the main claims of Happeh Theory, is that masturbation will make a human being blind and crippled. The purpose of most of the material created for Happeh Theory, is to help the public understand how masturbation can make a human being blind and crippled.
Many people do not believe that masturbation can change the human body by causing something like blindness or some type of crippling of the body. The reason given by these individuals for their disbelief, is that the genitals are located between the legs, and there is no way that masturbation of the genitals between the legs could affect the eyes in the head, or some part of the body that is physically distant from the genitals, to make that part of the body crippled.
These people feel that since masturbation involves the genitals between the legs, the only thing that masturbation might possibly change would be the genitals themselves, or conceivably the masturbating hand.
Visualizing the human body as behaving like an octopus can help these disbelieving individuals understand how masturbation can make a human being blind and crippled. When an octopus moves one of it’s arms, the entire arm of the octopus moves. An octopus does not move just the tip, or just the middle, or just the base of a tentacle. If one part of the tentacle moves, the entire tentacle must move.
According to The Octopus View of the Human Body, the human body behaves just like an octopus does. The Octopus View of the human body treats the human body as if the head of the octopus is located where the head of the human body is, and two tentacles of the octopus go into each arm and each leg.
The shabby drawing below is meant to represent the octopus head on the head of the human body, and two tentacles on each arm and leg.
If some part of one of the tentacles of the octopus superimposed on the human body moved, then the entire tentacle of the octopus must move. Since the tentacles are supposed to be representing the arm or the leg they are superimposed on, the idea is that the human arm or leg would behave just like the tentacle. Any movement of the arm or leg would affect the entire arm and leg.
The tentacles that are superimposed on the arms and the legs are connected to the octopus head that is superimposed on the human head. According to Happeh Theory, the implication of the picture that the arms and the legs of the human body are connected to the human head is true. The arms and legs of the human body can actually behave as if they are connected to the head in a real human body.
The Octopus View of the Human Body
is very similar to both The Jelly Fish View of the Human Body
and The Seed View of the Human Body
Each theoretical model treats the head as the origination point of tentacles, tendrils, or roots, that travel out into and penetrate the rest of the body.
One of the main purposes of all three of those theoretical models of the human body, is to demonstrate how every part of the human body is connected to every other part of the human body, even physically distant parts of the human body, and to help with visualizing how the stimulus of one part of the human body, can change other parts of the body that are physically distant from the point where the stimulus was applied.