Lloyd Pye, who is the author of several extremely controversial books, including The Starchild Skull, (see more details on his books at his autobiographical page) has always been interested in eyes, as his own father was an optometrist. When he came across this very interesting video about a Chinese boy with blue eyes who sees like a cat, he shared it with me and I was immediately intrigued. I love a good mystery — especially one that offers possibilities that are a bit outside the box. And this one is way outside the box so enter at your own risk.
It is said that we all tend to look at a mystery from the perspective of our individual specialty and Lloyd would be just the right person to speculate as to whether or not this healthy child, with the very different blue cat-like eyes, might possess alien hybrid genes. Now why would Lloyd want to suggest this about this sweet little Chinese boy? The reason is that Lloyd has been researching a phenomena known as the Starchild Skull since early 1999. Lloyd and the Starchild Project have been joined at the hip as he has relentlessly been investigating a 900-year-old human-like skull (known as the “Starchild Skull”) virtually non stop. Throughout this time, many theories about the Starchild’s genetic heritage have been proposed. But in 2011, DNA test results solidly indicated that an alien origin just might be confirmable. The final step in Lloyd’s journey will be the complete genome recovery to verify that the partial — but very convincing — results obtained thus far are valid. Therefore if we have ever had alien hybrid beings on this planet this single discovery might turn out to be the proof. I did say enter at your own risk as we stretch our imaginations to the “max” here and pretend that we are part of a Hollywood science fiction or documentary film project.
There will always be those who try to debunk (and rightly so) strange phenomena such as the Starchild Skull and everything Lloyd Pye has written about or been involved with thus far. But why not cut him some slack and see what happens? I met him personally, after attending one of his talks, and found him to be sincere and meticulous in his research. Nothing is ever discovered if current belief systems aren’t stood on their heads and challenged from time to time!
Here is the video about a little Chinese boy with blue eyes who sees like a cat that is causing so much controversy about where the DNA that caused this to happen came from.
Here we have just met a young boy in China whose name is Nong Youhui. We can see that he has virtually baffled the doctors who have examined him because not only does he have blue eyes, which in China is very rare, but also has the vision similar to that of cats — he can virtually see in pitch black. All of us cat lovers have seen how cats’ eyes seem to glow in the dark, but the truth is their eyes aren’t actually glowing. They are reflecting light from special cells that act like mirrors, which are located back of the cat’s retina. There, we find a layer of cells called the tapetum lucidum. These cells are the mechanism that allow felines to see in really dim light, such as moonlight, by reflecting light back onto the retina. These little mirror-like cells intensify the ambient light available at the time, no matter how little is present. The reflection is what results in the “glow” we all find so fascinating, which can be either a greenish glow or a red reflection depending on which shade the eyes actually are.