Sep 252010
 

A previous blog entry¬†went into detail about how the sculpture known as “The Thinker” by the French artist Auguste Rodin, depicted a man whose body had been changed by masturbation. A picture of “The Thinker” is shown below.

The sculpture was given the name “The Thinker” because artists and other intelligentsia thought that it looked like a human being deep in thought.

How is a reader of this blog supposed to know who is right? Maybe the reader’s own experience is the same as the artist’s and intelligentsia who named the sculpture “The Thinker”. Maybe the reader feels that posture does look like a human being thinking.

If that is true, why should the reader doubt their own life experience and believe the claim by Happeh Theory, that “The Thinker” is a sculpture of a human body changed by masturbation?

Because most everyone believes the evidence of their own two eyes. Please examine the next picture.

The picture shows a small girl whose head is rotated so she can look towards the camera.

Her right hand is held up to her face,

with the hand curled on the wrist.

The real live human girl in the picture looks similar to the sculpture called “The Thinker”.

They both have their heads inclined downwards.

They both have their right hand up by their heads.

And both of their hands are curled on their wrists.

In fact, the girl and the sculpture look almost identical.

Does the small girl appear to be thinking? The small girl appears to be cold, wet, and looking at the camera out of curiosity or possibly fear. She does not appear to be deep in thought.

The fact that the upper body of the cold and wet small girl looks almost identical to the upper body of “The Thinker”, supports the claim by Happeh Theory that “The Thinker” is a statue of a human body changed by masturbation, because it proves that the exact same posture can have two different interpretations.

If “The Thinker” can be interpreted as a statue of a man thinking by some people, but can also be interpreted as looking like a human being who is cold and wet by other people, a fact that has just been undeniably proven with the small girl example picture, then why couldn’t the “The Thinker” also be interpreted as a statue depicting a human body changed by masturbation?

It seems like the interpretation of what the statue means depends on the knowledge and experience of the viewer.

That cannot be exactly right though. A human body changed by masturbation has no choice but to react in the ways that it does, because the body has been changed in a way that exactly determines the movement abilities of that body. A human being who was deep in thought would normally be considered to be imposing a temporary condition on his body that would end when they finished thinking deep thoughts. A human being who was cold and wet would be imposing a temporary posture on their body that would end when that human being dried off and warmed up.

So how or why would a wet human being, a human being deep in thought, or a human being with a masturbation changed body that forced them to take on certain postures, all take on an identical body configuration?

Because all of those actions or reactions involve the same part of the body. Masturbation changes that certain part of the body on a permanent basis. Deep thought, fear, or a reaction to cold and wet act on that part of the body only on a temporary basis.

Deciding if the changes in a human body under observation were permanent masturbation caused changes, or temporary changes due to some other action or reaction would depend on the expertise of the observer.

It is the opinion of this author that someone who demonstrated the body knowledge that Rodin did with his sculptures, would be much more likely to create a sculpture that might last for hundreds of years as a way to teach future generations about how the human body reacted to certain stimuli, or about how the human body was constructed and behaved in general, that to create a statue that would survive for hundreds whose only message was “Don’t I make good statues of human beings deep in thought? Aren’t I a good sculptor?”.

It is that line of think that is behind the claim by Happeh Theory that “The Thinker” is really a sculpture of one of the common poses taken on by a human being with a masturbation changed body.

( Readers who are unfamiliar with Happeh Theory will want to know that Excessive Sex, Homosexuality, Excessive Exercise, Snorting of Drugs, Injecting Of Drugs, and Analytical Thought, all cause the same bodily changes as Masturbation does. The reason the reader will want to know that is it could be argued “The Thinker” represents a human body changed by one of those other activities. )

  5 Responses to “Rodin’s “The Thinker” Compared To Little Girl With Same Upper Body Pose”

  1. Dear Happeh, have you ever heard the song by Eminem called “rain man”. It sounds to me like he is describing a body changed by masturbation or possibly drug use. I am curious what your opinion on this is. Would someone who had experienced the changes described by Happeh theory, unconsciously create a song like that? Its the chorus i am refferring to

    • Yes it is possible someone could act or speak in a unconscious way about the changes masturbation has made to their body.

      I have not heard the song in question, so I could not answer that part of the question.

  2. Dude, this is so funny. Very good. I came across this while looking upon Google Image Search for an image of the statue.

  3. This is a ridiculous theory that could only be mooted in 21st century. Sexual theories are put forward at any oppourtunity these days and we could substitute this one for titilation.

    I have studied ‘The Thinker’ in the Rodin museum in Paris and thinking is exactly what he’s doing.

    • Yes but if he wasn’t a long term masturbator, he wouldn’t’ have had his right hand curled in like that. Instead it would be the palm supporting his head.

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