High Functioning Aspergers

High Functioning Aspergers

The Nephilim Gene Also Known As High Functioning Aspergers

I would never say I would rather be without high functioning Aspergers. My thinking may be different but I am clear, honest, logical and prefer it that way. Am also founder of (Human Mind Body Connection) which is the most significant personal discovery in human history and Asperger syndrome played a part in this. I am also the supernatural person who brings this to the world and it only occurs once from one person. Am referred to by many names and mentioned in the bible and other biblical scripts. My name converted to numbers is 1656 or 600 60 and 6. Government, some professionals, police, councils are aware of who I am and have proof that goes back before I was born. My life is supernatural and have been contacted by technology above that of man. SIXES are significant and have different opposite thinking to other people, not bad by any means, it is proper and simple for me, some say superior. I am rational, logical & have felt separate to others since an early age. I have never been understood and only started to understand my own worlds since loosing my mind and being diagnosed with AS. Everything has come together and know that the world today needs people with the high functioning Nephilim gene. Many of us see normal as slow, backwards, retarded and limited.

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High Functioning Aspergers Characteristics

Each person is different. An individual might have all or only some of the described behaviors to have a diagnosis of AS. These behaviors include the following:

• Marked impairment in the use of multiple nonverbal behaviors such as: eye gaze, facial expression, body posture, and gestures to regulate social interaction
• Extreme difficulty in developing age-appropriate peer relationships. (e.g. AS children may be more comfortable with adults than with other children)
• Inflexible adherence to routines and perseveration
• Fascination with maps, globes, and routes
• Superior rote memory
• Preoccupation with a particular subject to the exclusion of all others. Amasses many related facts
• Difficulty judging personal space, sometimes motor clumsiness
• Sensitivity to the environment, loud noises, clothing, food textures and odors
• Speech and language skills impaired in the area of semantics, pragmatics, and prosody (volume, intonation, inflection, and rhythm)
• Difficulty understanding others’ feelings
• Pedantic, formal style of speaking; often called “little professor,” verbose
• Extreme difficulty reading and/or interpreting social cues
• Socially and emotionally inappropriate responses
• Literal interpretation of language; difficulty comprehending implied meanings
• Extensive vocabulary. Reading commences at an early age (hyperlexia)
• Stereotyped or repetitive motor mannerisms, many fade over time
• Difficulty with “give and take” of conversation

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