Many of us are fascinated with stories of mutants in the movies but the world is really not yet ready for their existence – just like in the movies.
A girl in Russia claims she has x-ray vision and some of her handlers believe she even has clairvoyance!
Natalya “Natasha” Demkina was born in 1987 in Saransk, Russia. She wasn’t always a ‘mutant’ but after undergoing an operation to have her appendix removed when she was 10 years old, she got the strange ability.
“I was at home with my mother and suddenly I had a vision. I could see inside my mother’s body and I started telling her about the organs I could see. Now, I have to switch from my regular vision to what I call medical vision. For a fraction of a second, I see a colorful picture inside the person and then I start to analyze it,” she revealed.
That must have been weird but she was also fascinated by this newfound ability. It led her to staring at people, something that mother warned her not to do as this made other people feel uncomfortable.
But she would begin ‘diagnosing’ people the day her mother’s friend came to visit. She told her mother that the guy had something in his intestines. Her mother didn’t believe her until the man revealed some weeks later that he was diagnosed with tumor in the intestines.
Since then, people would come to their house to receive a ‘diagnosis’. So far, she has detected cancers and various diseases in people.
She has also helped someone misdiagnosed with cancer get the correct diagnosis. It turned out the ‘cancerous growth’ was just a small, benign cyst.
Dr. Chris Steele, the resident medic on “This Morning”, was understandably skeptical about the girl’s abilities. After she ‘examined’ him, he went to get a full scan to prove her wrong.
“She got the hernias right, she got the kidney stone wrong, and the enlarged liver and enlarged pancreas wrong. But the gall bladder—that’s where some of these glands are. She said there were undulations or irregularities in the gall bladder, she couldn’t describe it,” Steele declared.
But he was actually impressed. After all, Natasha didn’t have any medical background and was just describing the body parts as she ‘sees’ them. This means that she does sees something but just can’t correctly describe everything she sees based on medical terms.
Watch her story here: