Sep 222010
 

Michaelangelo’s sculpture of David will now be compared to another sculpture created by a different artist, that also demonstrates masturbation caused changes to the human body.

If masturbation really does change the human body in specific and predictable ways as claimed by Happeh Theory, then the two sculptures should exhibit many of the same changes to the body.

This picture shows a sculpture called Adam,

that was created by a French sculptor named Auguste Rodin. According to Happeh Theory, Auguste Rodin was one of the individuals from human history, who knew how masturbation changes the human body. According to Happeh Theory, the sculpture called Adam, is one of Rodin’s creations that demonstrates masturbation caused changes to the human body.

Michaelangelo’s David and Rodin’s Adam do exhibit many of the same changes to the body, as they should if they are both examples of human bodies changed by masturbation, in the ways described by Happeh Theory.

The shoulders of both sculptures are uneven.

The uneven shoulders of the sculptures gives the shoulders of both sculptures a slanted look.

Both sculptures look like they have one long arm and one short arm.

Both sculptures have a slanted pair of hips.

Both sculptures have one long leg and one short leg.

The right hand of both sculptures has been posed in a specifc way.

The normal orientation of the heads of both sculptures has been changed. The head of David is rotated so it is looking to the left.

The head of Adam has rotated and tilted so far over to the left,

that it is laying on the left shoulder and looking at the ground.

It was previously stated, that some famous cultural works intentionally included masturbation caused changes to the human body, and that other famous cultural works only duplicated masturbation caused changes to the human body, that the artist had observed in other human bodies.

According to Happeh Theory, the sculpture of David indicates that Michaelangelo did not know that masturbation changes the human body. The sculpture of David indicates that Michaelanglo most likely was only duplicating, observations of human bodies he had seen in his daily life.

The sculpture of Adam indicates, that Auguste Rodin knew that masturbation changes the human body, and that he knew exactly how masturbation changes the human body. According to Happeh Theory, the stylized and exaggerated posture of the Rodin sculpture named Adam, is an exact representation of one of the ways in which the human body will react, to the changes that masturbation forces on the human body.

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According to Happeh Theory, the pose of the Rodin sculpture named Adam is such a perfect representation, of one way that masturbation will change the human body, that it could only have been created, by someone who knew exactly how masturbation changes the human body.

  5 Responses to “MichaelAngelo’s “David” Is An Example Of A Masturbation Changed Human Body”

  1. this is ludicrous. you should take this off the internet.

  2. Exactly my situation…. I suspected and to some extent believed that my body from inside is tilted since I was 18 (2006). but there was nobody to tell or confirm the same.
    My situation is vice versa… as I am masturbating (since the age of 5) in a prone position in a way that right body is down attached to bed and left is slightly up during masturbation, which is equivalent to left handed masturbation. So since childhood my left torso is shrinked make it look more v shaped compared to straight right sided torso..right shoulder is up and head always tilt towards right.
    Happec theory is 101% correct. Now my problem is my left torso takes more burden during exercise…which makes me feel that my left side muscles grow more strong than right one.
    Please tell me how to correct this shrinkage?

  3. Happeh. Isnt david a hero of the bible? Michealangelos moses is also a mastrubation changed bible. Perhaps michealangelo hated/ mocked religion?
    Just a question of mine, wondering youre opinion.

  4. *body, not bible (in reference to moses)

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