Jan 292014
 

This section contains examples of a bodily change known as “Egyptian Eye” in Happeh Theory nomenclature. The condition is so named because affected individuals look like well known drawings of ancient Egypt that show human beings with only one eye.

Jan 292014
 
Egyptian Eye Explanation

“Egyptian Eye” is the name given to a bodily change that results in the affected individual moving their body as if they only have one eye. What may seem odd to people just learning about Egyptian Eye is that an affected individual who gets an eye test might get very good or perfect scores for […]

Nov 072013
 
Egyptian Eye Blindness Introduction

“Egyptian Eye” is the name given by Happeh Theory to the blindness caused by certain activities. Those physical activities include Masturbation, Excessive Sex, Excessive Exercise, Injection of Drugs, Snorting of Drugs, Anorexia, Homosexuality, and Analytical Thought. Egyptian Eye can also be a by product of aging or various health problems. “Egyptian Eye Blindness” results from […]

Nov 072013
 
Egyptian Eye Analysis 09

Masturbation and other activities can cause many physical changes to the human body. One of those changes is known as “Egyptian Eye” in Happeh Theory nomenclature. “Egyptian Eye” is caused by shrinkage of the head surrounding the affected eye. That head shrinkage makes the affected eye look like it is at the center of a […]

Nov 072013
 
Egyptian Eye Analysis 08

One of the more well known pieces of art from ancient Egyptian cultures are papyrus drawings that show people with only one eye. Scholars claim that the depiction of one eyed human beings is either an artistic choice, or it is a sign of the primitive nature of the ancient Egyptians. They were not intelligent […]