About Ferality

Ferality is most notably marked by outward change. Many of these effects may appear mild or attributable to other causes, with some of the most common symptoms being agitation, depression, lethargy, and anxiety. But eventually these symptoms worsen, with the infected reporting violent rages, spirals of despair, and hours of restless panic. Physical pain manifesting as migraines, spinal pain, and chest pain are frequent. Moreover, physical changes are often reported by the long term infected. Many report sharpened teeth and nails, spinal disfigurement, strange skin lesions, hair growth, and other changes. Symptoms can vary depending on the strain of the virus, which itself can vary based on a person's regional location.

Ferality is not just a virus of the body, but of the mind as well. Ferality is the state of being feral. More broadly though, it refers to a wild, natural, and ultimately pure physical, mental, and spiritual state of self. It proposes that the current condition of humanity is imperfect and unaligned with our true selves. Deep down, there is a beast that longs to be free from the unnatural rules of society and the limiting human form. By communing with the natural world around us and reaching deep into our own subconscious and unrecognized desires, we can cause an internal and external transformation. Ferality is the highest goal anyone can achieve, as it grants pure freedom and total understanding of the self. To many, this goal makes it seem like we just want to turn into animals, with all the same animalistic impulses and lack of morals. But ferality means being one with nature and one with the natural self. In the wild there is no good or bad, there simply is. Through ferality, we can discover our true selves, not just our masks.

Ferality is not something easily defined. Some call it a philosophy, others a religion, others still view it as a mere infection. Yet all know ferality is the next step in humanity's progress. It's only a matter of time until you turn.