Dec 122010
 

The video linked below is located at YouTube.

The Octopus View of the Human Body and Sexual Excitation

A webpage duplicate of the video is also provided for those who prefer to read, and for more leisurely study.

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This video is about the Octopus View of the Human Body

According to The Octopus View of the Human Body, it is useful to describe the construction and behavior of the human body in terms of the construction and behavior of the body of an octopus.

This video will focus on how the Octopus View of the Human Body can be used to demonstrate, how the penis is connected to the body, and how the body reacts to sexual excitation of the penis.

According to Happeh Theory, the penis is interconnected with the entire body. The penis is connected to the hands, the feet, the head, and everything in between. The reality of exactly how these connections are made is extremely complex.

The Octopus View of the Human Body provides a simplified way to visualize the connections between the penis and the rest of the body.

An Octopus is an ocean creature that consists of a main body with multiple tentacles that extend out from the main body as shown in this picture.

 

According to Happeh theory, the penis is like an octopus. The head of the octopus plays the part of the penis. The tentacles of the octopus play the part of the connections reaching out from the penis and into the rest of the body.

Here is a picture of an octopus that is spread out wide.

 

In this picture,

 

the head of the octopus, representing the penis, is aligned on the groin of the human model. The tentacles extend out from the groin to cover the other areas of the body.

 

The parts of the octopus covering the body represent the real life physical connections that exist between the penis and the rest of the body.

 

The spread out Octopus would represent the penis in the non sexually excited state.

 

The connections from the penis are fully extended out into the body.

 

According to Happeh Theory, when the penis becomes sexually excited, the body behaves as if the penis pulls on the connections between itself and the rest of the body. This pulling causes physical changes in the parts of the body being pulled on. This effect can be visualized with the Octopus View of the Human Body.

Here is the octopus fully extended outwards.

 

The following animation shows the fully extended octopus pulling it’s legs in until they are directly behind the main body of the octopus.

According to Happeh Theory, when a man gets an erection, the body behaves like the video of the octopus. The penis pulls on the feet, hands, head, and everything in between, through the connections represented by the tentacles of the octopus.

Please keep that written description in mind as the video clip is played again. The fully extended octopus represents the penis at rest.

 

The octopus with it’s tentacles pulled in directly behind it represents an erect penis.

 

( The line below is dialog for a video clip that is not available. The video clip shows the octopus repeatedly opening and closing. )

Not sexually excited. Sexually excited. Not sexually excited. Sexually excited. Not sexually excited. Sexually excited.

Now the idea of the penis pulling on the body will be shown using the human body.

 

A human being standing normally would represent the not sexually excited penis. The body curled around the penis as shown in this picture would represent the sexually excited state.

 

( The line below is dialog for a video clip that is not available. The video clip shows the human body repeatedly standing up straight and bending over. )

Not sexually excited. Sexually excited. Not sexually excited. Sexually excited. Not sexually excited. Sexually excited.

Because this video is for all audiences, real life pictures showing real human beings that corroborate the claims of this video cannot be shown.

For those that are interested, looking through a collection of pictures of men who are being sexually stimulated will corroborate the claims of this video.

When the human body is sexually stimulated, it curls around the penis as if the penis is pulling the entire body in towards itself.

 

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