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    Default An apparent "alien eye" in an owl

    This was not expected, but as i googled arround tryed to improve my owl imitation sounds, I stumbled on this rather odd clip. It has to do with owls heads working as a satelite dish?
    Not to tear that teory appart check out 2:29, thatīs alien eyes found in our nature

    If you stop the clip at 2:29, you can clearly see it its all blak, slinted.


    Please paus at 2:29 to have concent with further ado.



    This is by the BBC (have that in mind)
    I Also have Mike Clelland in mind, he goes into the owls alien "thingy"
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    would love to hear your comments on this
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    Default Re: An apparent "alien eye" in an owl

    Nothing to see here, I think.

    Many birds and animals have eyes which appear all black when the light is low, or when it's night (owls are nocturnal, as we know).

    What you're seeing is the large, wide open pupil. The pupil appears black because all the light is passing through it to reach the retina at the back of the eye. If you shone a light into the owl's eye, the pupil would contract (close up), and become smaller.

    Hence the difference between this



    ...and this.



    A 'Grey' ET's eyes, that look like this (this may be a real photo, btw)



    ...appear to be just one huge black 'almond' shape, but a number of reliable reports suggest that these are eye coverings, kind of like dark sunglasses or shades, placed over the actual eye like very dark human contact lenses, and can be removed.

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    Default Re: An apparent "alien eye" in an owl

    Bill please check out "check out 2:29" ! pause,

    the eyes are not just black but slanted upwards. God knows I know everything about how the eye works, since I had operation at 5 years old, you dont have to lecture about that. In my language it's called (tappar och stavar och gula fläcken).
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    Bill please check out "check out 2:29" ! pause, the eyes are not just black but slanted upwards
    Yes. So are a cat's.

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    Default Re: An apparent "alien eye" in an owl

    Bill i have had 3 cats during my life, no 4 actually, their eyes are not as slanted as the barn owl's , and defenately not black!
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    Default Re: An apparent "alien eye" in an owl

    My thoughts:

    At 2:29 in the first video, you see the owl's eyes half closed. They are slanted upwards and back, and if one is familiar with how grey aliens eyes are supposed to look, they might be reminiscent of that.

    The owl's eyes in the video are not, however, all black, as stated in the OP. You can clearly see the pupil, distinct from the iris, and the iris looks brown to me. As for them being slanted upwards and back, I fail to see that as evidence of an off-world connection. Some lizards eyes do that when half closed, as well as cats. Gotta be many more species eyes that do that.

    I might look at the other vid at some point - it seems interesting - thanks for posting. That first video though has zero evidence in it, as far as I can see!

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    The eyes are not "half closed". It doesnt have to take a video editor to tell, you are good for at least 30 frames , anyway I like you taking part of this discussion.

    Apulu: of course the owls eyes are not supernatural black ?!, thats not my point here
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    Default Re: An apparent "alien eye" in an owl

    Pupil shapes vary by species - no secret there.

    If the barn owl at 2:29 has alien eyes, then all barn owls should ... They do have cool looking eyes though -- almost human like. No wonder they've been mistaken for aliens before (more often than you'd think - a recent story came out of India - the "aliens" were actually barn owls specifically)





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    There are two reflections in the owl's left eye - one specular from the light source and another to the right of that, the second reflection sort of makes the pupil look elongated but it actually looks mostly round if you compensate for that reflection.

    I am also thinking there is nothing to really see here ... except owl eyes, which are cool in their own right.
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    Default Re: An apparent "alien eye" in an owl

    The ECETI Ranch Facebook page just posted the following photos, claiming that they are showing a "Sirian Feline Being"

    For me they look like showing an out of focus owl:



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    Default Re: An apparent "alien eye" in an owl

    It's clearly due to the lighting, as Bill said. If you turn the brightness up you can see it has widely dilated pupils with a narrow rim of yellow.

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    Default Re: An apparent "alien eye" in an owl

    Quote A 'Grey' ET's eyes, that look like this (this may be a real photo, btw)

    That's a fantastic image Bill, and yes I can see that could well be a real Grey.
    A lot of inner knowing in that face.
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    The eyes are not "half closed". It doesnt have to take a video editor to tell, you are good for at least 30 frames , anyway I like you taking part of this discussion.

    Apulu: of course the owls eyes are not supernatural black ?!, thats not my point here
    Ok not sure what your point is about the black eyes then.

    My point about the supposedly slanted eyes is: have a look at 2:35 in the video, and tell me that's not the same owl, or at least the same species of owl, with eyes fully open. They are round. A barn owl's eyes are round when fully open.

    So my conclusion about 2:29 in the video is, "the eyes must not be fully open", and not "the owl has alien eyes". I think that's fair.

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    Quote Posted by Apulu (here)
    Quote Posted by Rawhide68 (here)
    The eyes are not "half closed". It doesnt have to take a video editor to tell, you are good for at least 30 frames , anyway I like you taking part of this discussion.

    Apulu: of course the owls eyes are not supernatural black ?!, thats not my point here
    Ok not sure what your point is about the black eyes then.

    My point about the supposedly slanted eyes is: have a look at 2:35 in the video, and tell me that's not the same owl, or at least the same species of owl, with eyes fully open. They are round. A barn owl's eyes are round when fully open.

    So my conclusion about 2:29 in the video is, "the eyes must not be fully open", and not "the owl has alien eyes". I think that's fair.
    PS I think I sound like I'm taking the piss a bit here; I'm not. I do find this particular part of the discussion quite funny though! I hope you do too

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    Default Re: An apparent "alien eye" in an owl

    Hi Rawhide68.

    Not quite sure what your trying to say with this post?

    If your saying that's an alien in disuse, well not very good if it left the eye's unchanged ha.

    If an alien was in the Owl, well it would only be it's consciousness, no part of the physical alien body would be there,
    the Owl would be a sceptical, an avatar for the consciousness.
    The alien seeing through the Owl eye's, controlling the Owl etc.
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