According to Happeh Theory, Masturbation, Excessive Sex, Homosexuality, Excessive Exercise, Injection or Snorting of Drugs, Anorexia, Youth and Old Age, and Analytical Thought are all associated with a particular set of physical changes to the body. One of those changes is what Happeh Theory calls “Big Eye” or “Egyptian Eye”. This picture shows an example of this condition.
Even though the affected individual has two working eyes, they act like they only have one eye when they focus on objects they are interested in.
The reason this condition is named “Egyptian Eye” is because the affected individuals look just like drawings from ancient Egypt whose subjects have only one eye.
Many people who are first confronted with the claims made about the existence of Egyptian Eye do not believe them, because they feel the examples only look the way they do because the people were posing a certain way for the camera, or because of the particular camera angle the picture was taken from. These people feel that if the subjects of the example photographs were examined in person their heads would look normal. They would not be distorted in the way that produces what Happeh Theory calls “Egyptian Eye”.
That belief is false and this blog post is going to demonstrate why in what should be an indisputable manner.
Please examine the following picture which shows a man looking square into the camera.
There is no doubt this man has two eyes, and that he behaves as if he has two eyes.
Here is another picture of a different man looking square into the camera.
This man also indisputably has two eyes, and he behaves like he is focusing both of them on the camera.
Then another picture of another man looking square into the camera.
This man also clearly has two eyes, and he is behaving like he has two eyes.
The next picture shows a woman looking square into the camera.
The woman clearly has two eyes, and she behaves like she has two eyes.
All of the example pictures were taken with the same camera by the same woman who posed all of the subjects in the same way. When each of the previous subjects was asked to look square in the camera, the resulting photo showed an individual who was behaving as if they had two eyes in a head they were pointing square at the camera.
Now please examine the following picture taken with the same camera by the same woman.
This woman must have been asked to look square into the camera like the other subjects, yet what does the picture show? The picture shows a human being with Egyptian Eye. Even though the woman has two eyes,
she is mainly focusing her right eye on the camera,
and mainly focusing one eye instead of both eyes on whatever is of interest is the definition of Egyptian Eye.
Why is the woman focusing one eye on the camera when she was instructed to look square into the camera? Because she thinks she is looking square into the camera. Her body and head have undergone physical changes that have changed her vision so that she feels she is looking square into the camera, when we can see that she is using mostly her right eye to focus on the camera.
That behavior and the focusing of one eye on an object of interest are characteristics of what Happeh Theory calls “Egyptian Eye”. The condition has been named “Egyptian Eye” because people with the condition look like drawings from ancient Egypt that show people who only have one eye.
The people who do not believe that Egyptian Eye is a real condition have that opinion because they think the appearance of the eye is due to the camera angle or the posing of the subject. We know this woman’s Egyptian Eye is not due to the camera angle because the same camera was used in the same position to take all of the example pictures, and we know it is not due to the pose her body is holding because she was asked to look square into the camera like the other people were.
That means the woman appears to be focusing her right eye on the camera because she really has Egyptian Eye. Her body and head have undergone the physical changes that cause Egyptian Eye.