The example head for this blog entry is shown in the picture below.
Now the picture with lines connecting the inside of the yellow rectangle to selected points on the face.
The lines on the left side of the picture connect the rectangle to the edge of the face. The lines on the right side of the picture have stopped at the side of the face that is well lighted. The lines all lay on the boundary between the well lighted and dark parts of the left side of his face.
That boundary on the face is a boundary between the healthy and unhealthy parts of the head. The dark side of the head is not dark just as a result of the lighting, though that does have an effect on the picture.
The picture below compares a relatively healthy man with the current example man.
The comparison picture is quite startling. There is no denying the fact that the face of the man on the left looks full and flat on to the camera. There is no denying the fact that the face of the man on the right looks like half of it is gone. Where is the left side of his head?
It seems a reasonable, rational, and obvious conclusion that there must be some physical problem with the man on the right that has caused the left side of his face to disappear.
How would you explain the difference between a full and flat face and only half a face?
Undeniable observations about the head
The man’s body is twisted so that his right shoulder is closer to the camera while his left shoulder is farther away from the camera
The man’s head tilts very slightly to his left.
The entire left side of the man’s face is dark.
The man almost looks like he has no left eye.
The visible area of the right side of the face is larger than the visible area of the left side of the face.
The man almost looks like he has no left ear. Only the very tip at the top can be seen.
The man looks like he only has half a mouth. The right half of the mouth looks normal while only a small section of the left half of the mouth is visible.
The eye socket on the left has a distorted shape.
The bone structure of the eye socket has not changed. The feeling that is conveyed by the eye socket is different on the left. The right eye socket looks mostly like a natural eye socket. The darkness on the left side of the head along with the physical distortion of the left side of the head give the impression to the viewer that the eye socket is large like the outline on the left.
The man’s hairline is more receded on the right than on the left.
The location of a bright spot is encircled on the photo below.
This can be called the center of the energy in the man’s head. The center of energy in the forehead of a human being should be physically located in the center of the forehead. The circle on this man’s head is located nowhere near the center of his forehead.
Compare this man to the man in the previous example.
The circle on the head of the healthy man is large and centered mostly in the middle of his forehead.
The circle on the head of the other man has moved upwards and to the right side of the center of his forehead.
Damage or change of the physical body is always associated with a change in the normal location and signs of the energy of the body. That means there must be some kind of physical change to the body of the man on the right that caused the circle on his head to move up and to his right.
The next picture shows the approximate current location of the example individual.
The following picture allows a comparison between a relatively healthy body on the left whose energy body is relatively close to it’s proper location to a physically unhealthy body whose energy body has shifted relatively far away from it’s proper location.