I am very concerned about the number of people with 'Black Iris's'.
My Response #1
In a message 11/27/2011 5:00:33 P.M. Pacific Standard Time, ***********@*******.*** writes:
<< I am very concerned about the number of people with 'Black Iris's'.
I've never seen anyone with a black iris myself, other than if the person is wearing a black contact lens. I've also never seen a photo of Arnold Schwarzenegger with black irises.
Well obviously you are not very observant or you have the black iris's yourself.
Here you go Ted, Arnold with black contacts!
My Response #2
In a message dated 12/1/2011 8:04:36 P.M. Pacific Standard Time, ***********@*******.*** writes:
<< Well obviously you are not very observant or you have the black iris's yourself. >>
I am observant, Bob, and I do not have black irises.
<< How on earth are you supposed to see out of black contact lenses? >>
A black scleral contact lens has a small clear area in the center. Light gets through that part of the lens and enters the pupil of the eye, and the person can see. This lens covers the sclera (white part) and iris (colored part) of the eye. Here is an example:
I enlarged the right eye in each of the two Arnold pictures you sent (below). You can see that he does not have black scleras or irises. His scleras are white and his irises are blue. It looks like he also has some brown pigment mixed into his irises, which some would describe as a "hazel" color (although, technically, "hazel" is a combination of green and brown). There is no black in either one of his eyes.
Thanks for the pictures and your explanation.
But I have fathomed it out.
My Response #3
In a message dated 12/3/2011 1:48:18 A.M. Pacific Standard Time, ***********@*******.*** writes:
<< I have fathomed it out.
It can be argued that demons lack souls. If so, it is plausible to believe that some demon-possessed people could have eyes that appear to be black to some observers. Although I personally never have seen anyone with black eyes, nor even black irises, I have posted a couple of entries about people who claim to have observed people, personally, whose eyes became black: Apr. 22 and June 15, 2010.
You initially said that you were "concerned about the number of people" with black eyes or irises. However, you did not say that you had observed anyone, in person, whose eyes became black as you were watching them. You also did not indicate how you have come to believe that a "number of people" have black eyes.
You provided me with two photos of Arnold Schwarzenegger, and I demonstrated to you that he did not have black eyes in those photos. Apparently, that is not enough evidence for you. Somehow, it seems that you simply want to believe that he has black eyes, even if you have not observed him with black eyes in person.
You can believe whatever it is that you want to believe. But I remain unconvinced that Arnold Schwarzenegger has black eyes, that he is demon-possessed, or that he lacks a soul. I would need to see photos, taken by somebody first-hand and up-close, of him with real (not "photo-shopped") black eyes. Only then could I even consider that something supernatural might be going on with him.