Monk From Thailand
It seems that we really have some people that can at least do things other people can’t do. Who are they? Buddhist Monks ladies and gentlemen! Some people say that Buddhist monks even have brains that work beyond standard human capabilities.
Those strange rumors about their capabilities have always been a taboo or something simply not real. A short list of the coolest “superpowers” these monks can develop:
– They Can Defy Gravity! Sort of: This is not flying or hovering above the ground but a really skillful moving. They have mastered their movement, stability and the overall strength of their body’s core. They can jump high and far, they can run on the walls, maintain their focus in the most difficult moments and a lot more.
– Endurance: Again, Buddhist monks have a special training in order to achieve a high level of endurance. That training involves a high endurance training and meditation.
– No Fear: Fear is something that keeps all of us alive. But you need to be able to control it and not let it control you. So, monks certainly feel fear, but they know how to control it.
Brian Shaw – World’s Strongest Man
Brian Shaw is one of the world’s most successful professional strongmen and regarded by many as one of the strongest men to have ever lived. At a colossal 6’ 8” (2.03m), and 200kg (441lb), he is also one of the sport’s true giants. Shaw is a four-time winner of the sport’s most coveted title: World’s Strongest Man. Shaw is one of four men to have won World’s Strongest Man four times.
World’s Strongest Man winner Brian Shaw’s competition deadlift record is 460kg.
The Electricity Man – Raj Mohan Nair
Raj Mohan Nair, an Indian super human, has the ability to conduct high voltage of electric power from his body without any harm to his body. Normally, a fraction of one ampere could kill an average man, but Raj Mohan can conduct 10 ampere of current through his body.
His body is said to be ten times more resistant to electricity than normal human being’s body. There is a story behind how he found out this super power inside him. When his mom died, Raj Mohan broke down and decided to die. So he went to hold a high tension wire of an active transformer. On holding the live wire, nothing happened in real! He himself was shocked by this incident and came to know about his resistance power.
He wraps exposed wires around his body, and electricity flows from main plug, through his body, to electric bulbs, iron plates, mixer grinders etc, but he suffer no electric shock.
102-year-old tattooist whang-od keeps kalinga tradition alive
Whang-od Oggay is the Philippines’ last and oldest “mambabatok” (traditional Kalinga tattooist). The 102-year-old artist applies permanent hand-tapped tattoos (a concoction made from pine soot and water) with a few simple tools: a bamboo stick, a thorn from the pomelo tree, water and coal. Using the bamboo stick, she gently taps the ink-laden thorn deep into the skin.
Whang-od remembers how she learned to apply these tattoos as her friends covered her arms and legs in simple patterns and designs. During that day and age, only men were allowed to learn how to tattoo. She defied gender norms as she began her tattoo apprenticeship under her father at the young age of 15. And she has not stopped since then.
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