According to The Pyramid View Of The Human Body, the human body behaves as if there is a pyramid within it located approximately as shown in this picture.
Corroborating evidence for that claim comes from the fact that pyramid shapes can be found all over a human body in any imaginable pose that body may be holding.
This series of blog entries is dedicated to providing examples of the pyramid shapes that can be found all over the human body.
It is not just human beings whose bodies form pyramidal shapes. Animal bodies like the polar bear in the following picture also take on pyramidal shapes.
There is a pyramid formed by the hips and nose of the polar bear,
as well as a pyramid formed by the hips and the spine.
The most obvious pyramid is of course the one formed by the elbows and head of the polar bear.
This pyramid demonstrates one of the characteristics of pyramids. Pyramids frequently look like the have a hole piercing the peak of the pyramid. The nose of the bear looks like a hole in the top of the pyramid.
Holes or cylinders are found so frequently in the peaks of pyramids because a pyramid shape will reinforce and support an entire hole or a cylinder.
If a dot is drawn in the middle of the circle in the peak of the pyramid, it looks like an eye, doesn’t it?