Posts Tagged ‘eyes’

Greys From Mars?

Thursday, January 7th, 2010

Nuanced Grey, by Stace Tussel.  Oil, circa 1995.

World media, in a coordinated fashion, seems to be closing in on an admission of an ET presence, and recent news in particular seems to intently focus on life on Mars.  I’ve been following this cascade of revolutionary information for some time.  With increased disclosures in the first days of 2010, I’m reminded of just how close Mars is to Earth.  A recently released photo of lake beds on the planet’s surface may even show evidence of the habitation – current, past, or both – of Mars.

If life ever existed on Mars, then advanced lifeforms certainly could have evolved.  Living on Mars’ brutally cold surface would require planning and technical expertise, and Marsians would need to be resourceful – and intelligent – to survive.  Enclosed environments designed to withstand weather extremes might be manufactured with superior materials in order to house controlled ET communities.  But perhaps Marsians would prefer to reside underground, protected from the cold climate and intense radiation.  Mars has a molten core similar to Earth’s, and since Mars is smaller, its heat may be more accessible – meaning inner-Mars may well provide a suitable environs for ETs.

Marsians would likely need relatively little oxygen, light, and food, as compared to their Earthbound neighbours.  I imagine they might share characteristics of the Greys of modern fame (or notoriety, depending on one’s point of view).  For instance, they wouldn’t need stomachs and lungs, at least not to the degree humans do.  In order to carry on their race, Marsians would need to adapt, via natural or artificial evolution, and DNA manipulation, to the environment in which they reside.

Whether Grey Marsians were to live primarily on the surface or deep underground, their big, black, wraparound eyes serve a purpose.  The Greys’ eyes, which I recall as a hypnotic array of many small, velvety, black hexagons, may also function as virtual sunglasses for surface dwellers.  In contrast, the large dark eyes may be all-pupil, allowing inner-planet residents to absorb as much of the visual field as possible.

Possibly the eyes function in divergent capacities, as needed.

Established arguments against the existence of UFOs and ETs, primarily based on the perceived limitations of distances measured in light years, are quickly becoming archaic as evidence for them mounts.  Perceived reality is shifting, as it always has, with the tide of human knowledge.  Perhaps for the first time in recorded history, humans are learning that a habitable planet other than Earth is within reasonable reach.  Perhaps one day even the staunchest skeptic will realise that ET really is as close as swamp gas and weather balloons…


NOTE:  I prefer Marsian over the outdated and stereotypical “Martian.”

Link to BBC News article, “Mars’ ancient lake beds…”

EMPATH EYES – A Correlation between Eyes and Empathy? ~ Part One

Saturday, January 31st, 2009

Five-year old’s eyes

Is there a way to predict empathy and/or empathic potential within a person based on the appearance of their eyes?  Might a link exist between large pupils and empathy?  Based on anecdotal observation, I suggest considering the possibility.

Without knowing of a confirmed correlation between large pupils and empathy, I’ve thought about a few questions regarding the significance and implications of such a link, should it exist.

As Rupert Sheldrake has done with creative confirmations of prior thought experiments, we may design a statistically-significant study of whether or not a link between eye appearance and empathy exists.  Simple observations may put light on the question in the meantime, but we should remember a few things before drawing conclusions.

Certain physiological conditions can create a apparent lack of empathy, or lack of empathetic display, at least, such as that noted in individuals within the autism spectrum.  Cases of autism continue to rise, so determining whether the autistic individual’s pupil size is significantly different than the non-autistic individual’s shouldn’t be difficult.  Do they have smaller pupils than those with higher degrees of empathy – or might we discover they have the largest pupils?  Whichever the case, that finding would significantly impact the conclusions of the research.

Environmental chemicals and the use of certain pharmaceuticals and street drugs may artificially shrink pupils.  Using acceptable protocol we can possibly show a correlation between chemical and pharmaceutical effects on pupil size and empathic tendencies.

Newborn children, in particular, often (not always) seem to have very large pupils, as I’ve observed in my family and friends’ children.  The pupils of an indigo child or starseed are immeasureable expanses of truth and cosmic understanding, perhaps moreso in an encouraging environment.  I have noted this characteristic in people of all ages who are filled with love and light.

Some have speculated that most children are born empaths.  But, as seems to be the case in certain recent generations, many lose the capacity for empathy over time.  As they grow older, children are conditioned to rely more on sensory and social cues and less on empathetic ones.  Their pupils shrink correspondingly so that ironically they seem to follow the “norm,” until by adulthood, many of them have pinpoint pupils.  A barrage of envirotoxins ranging from food additives to various dehumanising experiences may also lead to pupil shrinkage over time, with an accompanying attenuation of empathic experience.

EMPATH EYES – A Correlation between Eyes and Empathy? ~ Part Two

Saturday, January 31st, 2009

If a correlation exists between eye dilation and empathy, of what significance might this be?  That question currently has no straightforward answer.  Several scenarios would have to be considered and examined.

Might empaths may be generating more endogenous DMT, or perhaps some other self-produced compound, with ongoing dilatational effect on the pupils?  Starseeds, healers, and other empaths filled with love and light would tend to have larger or somehow captivating pupils, and I’ve anecdotally noticed this trend.  We might realise that our pupils dilate when our world is richer – and that correspondingly, when we and our pupils are more open, the world becomes richer.  Empathy would seem to be an attractor for extramundane experience.

What would we do with that knowledge?