We have women born in a man’s body, and men born in a woman’s body. Now there is a case in which supposedly a cat was born in a human body. After the jump, read the article and watch the video of the young woman meowing, hissing at dogs, and grooming herself.
Notice the neoplatonic worldview here, as well as in the rhetoric of transgenderism, which suggests that we have an identity prior to our birth, a sort of pre-existing spirit that is then embodied when it enters the world. But the “soul,” the seat of one’s personal essence and identity, is separate from the “body.”
Many of the Greeks and Romans believed this, as did various Renaissance mystics. The Mormons believe in something like this. So do some Eastern religions. Christianity, though, has always had a higher view of the body. But it’s certainly hard to understand how scientific materialists can buy into this sort of thing, and yet they do.
We probably all feel a bit like a sleepy housecat when we have to get up for work in the morning.
This Norwegian woman has taken that feeling to the next level. Nano claims she realised she was a cat when she was 16 years old, and has adopted feline mannerisms since.
The 20-year-old has opened up about her life as a puss, describing how she has a superior sense of hearing and sight which allows her to hunt mice in the dark.
She made the revelation in a YouTube video, which has been viewed over 100,000 times.Nano claims to possess many feline characteristics including a hatred of water and the ability to communicate simply by meowing.
The young woman shows off her cat characteristics by wearing fake ears and an artificial tail. She communicates by meowing.
“I realised I was a cat when I was 16 when doctors and psychologists found out what was “the thing” with me. Under my birth there was a genetic defect,” she explains in the video. . . .
As they walked through Oslo’s central station, the presenter asked Nano what she could hear and see that a normal person might not.
“Suitcases rolling on the ground,” she says, “Keys clinking in pockets. People with ice under their shoes.”
Then all of a sudden, she lets out a hiss and takes a step back.
“There is a dog over there,” she explains. “Sometime I hiss when meeting dogs in the street. It’s because of their behaviour and my instinct automatically reacts by hissing.”
The cat woman wears a pair of pink fluffy paws with which to groom herself, and feels especially like doing so when she is in contact with water.
When asked if she was born as the wrong species, she said: “Yes, born in the wrong species.”
Here is the YouTube video that was referenced:
HT: Mark L. Bannan, via Facebook