Cyclopean Eye Analysis 04

Here is the example picture for this blog entry.


This man behaves as if he has a mild “Cyclopean Eye”, which is the name given by Happeh Theory to a condition in which the individual behaves as if they have only one eye like the legendary “Cyclops” shown in this picture.


Although the man has two clearly visible eyes,


the head gives the impression it is focusing more out of the right eye.


The observations leading to that impression include the rotation of the man’s face to his left,


which makes the head look tilted to the right. 


The left eye is slightly more closed than the right eye,


and the left side of the mouth is higher,


than the right side of the mouth.


The right side of the man’s face has a full and fattish look to it,


while the left side looks thinner and tighter.


All of those changes are due to shrinkage of the left side of the body. That shrinkage has also affected the apparent diameter of the left eye by enlarging it to approximately the area enclosed by the circle in the next picture. 


That look of the left eye, a large seeming eye socket located in a smaller and usually flatter side of the face, has been given the name “Egyptian Eye” in Happeh Theory nomenclature.

So even though the man does have two clearly visible eyes, the shrunken and receded appearing left eye in combination with the thrusting forwards of the right eye give the impression the man has a right “Cylcopean Eye”, meaning he appears to actually use only the one right eye instead of both eyes.


 The shrinkage of the head that affected the left eye and the other head changes have the particular appearance they do because of the pattern the shrinkage occurs along. The head can be visualized as being reduced in size by two ropes wrapping up from the bottom and down from the top of the left side of the head, that are then pulled through the left ear over towards the right side of the body.


An alternative way to visualize the changes to the man’s head is that everything within the two lines on the man’s head has shrunken towards the center of the area within the two lines. As the boundaries of the forces represented by the lines shrank in towards their common center, left side of of the mouth was pulled upwards, the bottom of the left eye was pulled upwards, and the top of the left eye was pulled downwards. 

Insight into the shrinkage that has caused the visible changes in the current example individual head can be found by comparing it to the head of another individual with a similar type of head shrinkage.


The heads of both men have been shrunken in the same way. An area on the left side of the boundary drawn on  the face of each individual has been reduced in size. 


And here is an unaltered comparison picture so the reader can compare the similar changes seen in both heads.