Super Powers and Abilities are the immense and various powers of the multi-verse. Many forms of fiction feature characters attributed with superhuman, supernatural, or paranormal abilities, often referred to as “superpowers“. Still many people believes that the Supernatural powers only exists in movies and only comic characters posses them but some people with extraordinary talents and possessions change your view about it.
The Human Camera:
Stephen Wiltshire is an artist and painter who draws and paints detailed cityscapes. He has a unique talent for drawing lifelike, accurate representations of cities and buildings, sometimes he only need to observe them briefly. He well known for his work in all over the Globe, and his work is held in a number of important collections.
Stephen “The Human Camera” was born in London, UK to West Indian parents on April 24, 1974. As a child he was mute, and did not associate to other childerens and peoples. When he was three years old, he was diagnosed as autistic. He had no language and lived completely in his own world.
At the age of five, Stephen went to Queens mill School in London, where it was observed that the only activity/pastime he loved was drawing. It soon became evident he communicated with the world through the passion of drawing; first he drawn animals, then London buses, and finally buildings and cities. These drawings show a masterful view, a whimsical line, and reveal a natural artistry to the world.
He was encouraged by instructors at Queensmill School to speak by momentarily taking away his art supplies so that he would be forced to ask for them. In his early years Stephen responded by making sounds and eventually speaks his first word – “Paper.” He learned to speak fluently when he was at the age of nine. His early illustrations described animals and cars; he is still really interested in US automobiles and is said to have an encyclopedic and thorough knowledge of them. When he was at age of seven, Stephen became fascinated with sketching and painting landmark/historic buildings London.
You must have doubt that sketching and painting landmark buildings is not a superpower, but remembering the every bit of detail of buildings after a single glance makes Stephen “The Human Camera” and placed him in this category.
The Ice Man:
Wim Hof of Netherland who is also Nicknamed as “The Ice Man” born on 20 April 1959. He is commonly known for his ability to withstand extreme cold. Research has illustrate that Wim Hof “The Ice Man” has the unique ability to control nervous system and this ability can be learned.
By the time Wim Hof enters in his teenage years, he was already running barefoot in the thick snow, without any damage. It was just the beginning of a large series of encounters with the cold, where every time, limits were tested and he stunned the outside world. Wim Hof is able to perform stunningly exceptional, almost unnatural, on what he is focused on from the beginning. Due to our routine lifestyle today we are far from our natural bodily condition and unable to acquire our natural strength. We breathe much more shallow which indicates that our body is not optimally supplied with oxygen that we required. According to Wim Hof, it’s not as complicated as it looks and he said this most of the time: “What strength and capabilities I have, anybody can learn by practicing”, anyhow practicing is not easy.