By simply looking at my own eye (take a short video of it and analyse it frame-by-frame with about 15 frames per second), I found that the iris and lens of my eye in some cases aren't round. For example if you look closely at the first photo you can see that the iris of the eye isn't round, but has a hooked appearance. And if you look closely at the lens aka the pupil it looks something more like a square. I can tell you this, if my body is a physical "hard" object then in every photo you take the eye, pupil and iris must be round. As you can see this is clearly not the case, then that must mean that my body isn't as physical as we think it is. This kind of proof I
Pixel-buildup iris from within pupil
If you look closely at the following two photo's of my eye (adjusted for brightness and adjusted for yellow, green and red colours), I found that my eye looks very very strange. From the centre of my pupil you can see a line (left side) going to the iris, which has the same coloration. In the second photo you can see that line going up-wards, with strange iris coloration within the pupil as the lens looks clustered. This is so strange! I would suggest these clusters come from several build-up lines. That or these line(s) I will define as the "holographic rotating pixel projection line". This means that at that moment of that line the pixels of the iris in that line are renewed. As the eye in many cases looks octagon shaped, I would suggest that there is not one line, but eight of them working together in creating the holographic appearance of an eye. So if you start to think on this concept, how then would the eye be created?
Basic theory on holographic octagon eyeAs I have shown you the eye
Why do we have a holographic eye?
Thoughts on photo versus video
Edit 20 July 2017:
Additional photo's eye
In this last picture look around the inner white spot. It seems there is coming out of it a spiral something like a Fibonacci spiral. Is this the holographic projector at work, or does it show my soul? Like to state out that in this final photo the eye (as black as it looks, isn't round.
Edit 28 October 2017
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