orion8591 wrote: AliceWonders wrote:
Here's a bigger pair of eyeballs: [link removed]
Do they look 'evil' to you?
'evil' aside, those eye photos you posted (whomever's they are)
from top to bottom (1-3; 3 on bottom,) to me look like
(1) the most warm and empathetic, also penetrating (reminds me of BPD?)
(2) somewhat wary, but calculating, also penetrating (reminds me of HPD?)
(3) cynical, self contained, also penetrating (reminds me of NPD?)
The black and whites on the website are the emptiest (maybe just because they are B&W?) but also penetrating, so I suppose they would resemble AsPD the most.
Only problem with eye 'diagnosis' is: do the photos represent the persons expressions pretty much all the time, or are they just snapshot moments... everyone has moments when their expression could make them look like an AsPD...once I had this job during which I had to stand for 10 hours at this loading dock, doing pretty much nothing. After 8 hours I bet a snapshot of my eyes would have screamed AsPD...but boredom at this point was pretty much within the normal range of variation?
Well, all those eyes are mine and I'm doing pretty much the same thing in all of those shots, even this pic here [image removed] was taken during the same seriese as 2 and 3. In fact this one was taken just moments before or after 2 (can't remember the exact run) so not only does mood have something to do with the eyes but also what it is your trying to portray- right?
Taking 2 and 4 in to review (because they were taken so close together) you can see a big difference in the 'mood' of the eyes.
4~ [image removed] looks almost warm and inviting, playful in a way; but very open and receptive.
2~ [image removed] looks very different. Its more cold, yet alluring, like you said Orion almost calulating in a way; but still penetrating.
But isn't that the point? The differences. Because if you have someone who is calculating and knows how to use common signals (within themselves) to project a certain 'aura' or stimulous from another person, the look, the demeanor, the persona and the eyes CHANGE as the person gears themselves to what they want the other person to perceive- don't they?
So I think, logically, that if we look at the question 'Do psychopaths have evil eyes' the answer would be NO. They don't! They have whatever eyes and persona they want to portray, and usually it's not 'evil' because evil gets them nothing. Their eyes would be penetrating, alluring, kind and welcoming because that gets them into you- doesn't it?
The only time a psychopaths eyes would become 'evil' would be in warning or outrage; but by then, it could be too late
My thoughts at least
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