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Brandon Routh To Play Rocker With "Vegan Psychic Powers"

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I know the vegan lifestyle carries with it a range of health benefits — but can it also give you superpowers?

The other day, Superman star Brandon Routh announced that he will be joining the cast of the film Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World. His role? A rocker with “vegan psychic powers”.

Which got me thinking — how the hell did they come up with that connection? A couple Google searches later and I found this article titled “The Connection Between Psychic Abilities and Being Vegan“. Um, ok, wow. Here’s a brief highlight:

I starting reading and learning more about how food animals are treated and I could no longer be a part of their suffering. When I realized that I could live quite easily and happily without harming animals I made the firm decision to continue to be vegan. Not only did this increase my compassion, it increased my connection to the spirits. I was able to hear them more easily, and I started having more precognitive dreams. I started being able to “read” people and know what was going to happen to them. I guess you could say I became vastly more psychic. And they started giving me tasks and assignments to carry out. I felt like a first level hero.

My question to vegans: Do you feel more in tune with the world as a result of your diet? And don’t just assume you do — let us know if you really do feel it. I’d be curious to hear your thoughts — especially after reading the above article in its entirety.

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