Egyptian Eye Analysis 07

The example picture for this blog entry allows for the comparison of what is known in Happeh Theory nomenclature as “Egyptian Eye” to relatively normal eyes.

( The naming of this condition is in flux as of 11-2013. The rest of the post below will refer to the condition as “Big Eye Syndrome” until the naming situation is resolved )


The man on the right has relatively normal eyes. His hair does not obstruct either one of his eyes and they both are the relatively the same size.


The partial covering of the man’s left eye by his hair is an indicator of a right side Big Eye.


The reader should note that it is hair from the right side of the man’s head that is combed over to cover up his left eye. That is not a coincidence. The man’s head has physically changed in a way that it feels comfortable to him to come hair on the right side of his head all the way over to the left side of his head.


The Big Eye of the man in the middle is most likely the result of masturbation.

The man on the left also has a Big Eye on his left eye, even though his hair does not cover much of his left eye.


The main clues to the Egyptian Eye of the man on the left are the obvious facial distortions on the left side of his face. The left side of the mouth of the man on the left is moving upwards because of the same bodily change that gives him a Egyptian Eye.


The entire left side of the face of the man on the left looks shrunken and tighter than the right side of this face.


The Big Eye of the man on the left is also most likely due to masturbation.

One of the easiest ways to determines if an individual has a Big Eye is to examine the forehead. There will be less of the forehead visible on the side of the body with the Big Eye, or that side of the forehead will look smaller than the other side of the forehead.

Please examine the following picture with a line splitting the heads of each man into right and left halves.


The right and left halves of the forehead of the man on the right are of a relatively equal size. On the other hand, the right side of the forehead of both the man in the middle and the man on the left is larger than the left sides of their foreheads.

The smaller left side of the forehead corresponds to the left Big Eye.

The changes to the shape and size of the forehead help explain the vision changes associated with Big Eye. Vision changes to the eye do not just occur to the sphere of the eye itself. The shape of the head that contains the eyes exerts an influence on the vision of the eyes.

The physical contraction of the side of the head with Big Eye decreases the visual ability of that eye, mainly by altering the aperture through which vision reaches the mentality.