The video linked below is located on Youtube.
A web page duplicate of the video is also provided for those who prefer to read, and for more leisurely study.
This video is titled “Egyptian clothing is based on the Pyramid in the human body”
According to The Pyramid View of the Human Body, there is a pyramid in the human body, located approximately as shown in this picture.
The peak of the pyramid is at the top of the head,
while the sides of the pyramid travel downwards at such an angle,
that they cut through the shoulders on the way down to the ground,
where they form the rectangular base of the pyramid.
According to Happeh Theory, the ancient Egyptian people knew about the pyramid within the human body, and based their entire culture on that knowledge. According to Happeh Theory, the pyramids in Egypt, like the example shown in this picture, were built to worship the pyramid within the human body.
The Egyptians also based everything else in their culture, according to Happeh Theory, on either the pyramid within the human body, or on one of the other representations, of how the human body is constructed at a basic level. That includes the design of their clothing.
This picture shows a man wearing a traditional head covering.
The head covering envelopes the top of his head,
then flows down either side of the head to the shoulders.
If the natural line of the two sides of the head covering are extended upwards along their natural angle,
they will meet
to form the peak of a pyramid as shown in this picture.
Here is another example of a man wearing the head covering.
Then a picture of the angles of the sides of the head covering extending upward,
until they intersect to form the peak of a pyramid.
According to Happeh Theory, the clothing for women was also designed, to highlight the natural pyramid within the human body. This picture shows a woman dressed in what is called a “hijab”.
The woman’s head is enveloped by a blue covering,
that falls down either side of her head to her shoulders,
just like the head covering of the man’s did.
If the lines of the sides of the woman’s head covering are extended upwards,
they intersect to form the peak of a pyramid,
like the extended lines on the man’s head covering did.
This picture shows another example of a woman wearing a hijab.
The sides of the head covering are then extended upwards,
where they intersect to form the peak of a pyramid.
If the lines at the side of the head are extended down to the ground,
they highlight how a a woman wearing a hijab looks like a walking pyramid.