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optical illusions that can't be seen

Updated on October 15, 2011


I wanted to give u something to play, now I want a little of ur time.This is the mind game.

Lets start with this 1st illusion...

wat u see in the both or two men looking at eachother...

This is the Bunny/Duck illusion. At first glance, what do you see? Now give it some time, but do not focus on one certain area, and then ask Yourself; what do I really see? Now, look again. You might be surprised!!!!!!

Do you see some squares or rectangles? Really, this is nothing more than a bunch of lines going in every which direction, but the way our mind interprets these lines are totally different!!

This is probably the most famous illusion of all time! Almost everyone has seen it! What do you see at your first glance of this illusion! Do you see an old lady, or do you see a young women? They are both there!!

Concentrate on the four dots in the middle of the picture for about 30 seconds. Then close your eyes and tilt your head back. Keep them closed..You will see a circle of light; Continue looking at the circle..WHAT DO YOU SEE?

This is probably the hardest illusion that I have ever seen, and I have to say my personal favorite!!! When you first look at this, do you see and old man with ivy leaves around him, or do you see a couple kissing? Be patient and give it some time!! You will eventually see it.

Do the sides of the square appear to be bent in? Wait, now that is Impossible! Believe it or not, they are as straight as they come. If you do not believe me, take a straight edge and see for yourself!!!

How many ways can you view this cube? Is the blue side outside the box or is it inside? Is it on the back of the box of is it on the side? Examine this cube closely, and let the light blue side guide you!

At first glance, what do you see--Could it be the word "liar" or is it something more. I would definitely give this one a second look!


When you look at this, you probably see a triangle. There is not one there. The way the circle parts are cut out, make us think there is a triangle there even though there isn't any.


Are the diagonals 
parallel? You bet
they are.

I have heard this illusion called the dancing elephant and several other things. I want you to look at the elephants feet and legs. How many are actually there?


Is this man playing a sax,

or is there something more here?


When you first read this, what does it say?

A Bird In The Bush?

If you read this more carefully you will find that it says A Bird In The The Bush!!!

Here this ends. Now name this last one at your own.


I hope u enjoyed them all.

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    • quiet tracer profile imageAUTHOR

      quiet tracer 

      7 years ago from South-Asia

      Thanks Karthik :-)

      Some of these illusions are really cool.

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      8 years ago

      i enjoyed the illusions.. thanks a lot for sharing...

    • quiet tracer profile imageAUTHOR

      quiet tracer 

      11 years ago from South-Asia

      Sory for a huge delay.

      Thank you jim, thank you hi for your comment. You could see if you did concentrarte.

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      11 years ago

      I can't see one of them.... I can only see the old man!!!!

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      12 years ago from ma

      I saw a few of these illusions before. But you also found some I haven't, so thanks.

    • quiet tracer profile imageAUTHOR

      quiet tracer 

      12 years ago from South-Asia

      thank you dear

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      shreyas the fact 

      12 years ago from india

      This is just fanastic

    • quiet tracer profile imageAUTHOR

      quiet tracer 

      12 years ago from South-Asia

      Mommagus its not a bunny duck. it is an illusion b/w a bunny and a duck.

      can u see? bunny is facing right and duck is facing towards left-side of the screen. just concentrate.

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      12 years ago

      These are cool, what is that bunny duck suppose to be???

    • quiet tracer profile imageAUTHOR

      quiet tracer 

      12 years ago from South-Asia

      Thanx jezzbb. To see through the bunny duck, just consentrate on the back side of the duck's head.

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      Jess Ba-ad 

      12 years ago from Philippines

      I enjoyed this. I can't see through the bunny duck


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