|This image was taken from one of her sadly-deleted Youtube videos in which she attempted a British accent.I am currently working on a novel. Stay tuned for progress on The Indigo Child: Mindbender and its sequels, Indigo Child 2: Wunderkind and Indigo Child 3: Kemono.|
Second of all...I'm out of the closet.
Alright folks. I'm transgendered. I'm not a FTM, but I have no gender identity.
Finally, Asperger's Syndrome is known, by those who self-diagnose as having Asperger's Syndrome, to make a person more likely to have certain mental sensitivities. Zeph and her roughly 200 IQ are a powerful conduit for supernatural forces.
|This /b/tard's power level has exceeded 9000. She can now rickroll remotely.It's scary when my four most powerful psychic gifts work in cohesion.|
My clairvoyance, my empathy, my clairsentience and my telepathy.
I saw that one image and everything started happening at once.
I could see the accident after it happened...
I could sense her aura...
I could feel what happened to her happen to me as it was described...
I could even sense her thoughts somewhat.
My brain got so overloaded that I got up and walked out, sobbing my eyes out.
Am I really an empath?
Or was I overtaken by fear of my own incompetence?
...Is any of this real?
I keep trying to blot the feeling out of my mind...
Maybe psychic powers weren't such a good thing to ask for as a wide-eyed eight-year-old obsessed with psychic powers after watching one episode of Pokemon.
One of the most crucial components of increasing the public understanding of a disease like Asperger's is to put a human face on the illness. Parkinson's has Michael J. Fox, AIDS had Freddie Mercury, ball cancer has Lance Armstrong, and now we have our face of Asperger's Syndrome. Zeph Mercurial, the poster child of one of the most dreaded and contagious illnesses of the 21st century.
That tingling sensation you feel throughout your body right now? That's human empathy. It means you don't have Asperger's, so go on, take down those wall scrolls and let the love flow through you.
Maria Mitchell is shown holding a telescope to each eye, using them to ogle passing hunks on the street below. OOOGA! Her tongue rolls out like a firehose, her eyes comically bulging through the ends of the telescopes.
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