Third eye (disambiguation)
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The third eye is a spiritual concept associated with enlightenment and direct communication with a higher plane of existence.
It may also refer to:
- The Third Eye (1929 film), a British film directed by Maclean Rogers
- The Third Eye (1966 film) or Il terzo occhio, an Italian film directed by Mino Guerrini
- Third Eye (2014 film), a 2014 Philippine horror film directed by Aloy Adlawan
- The Third Eye (TV series), an early Nickelodeon serial rebroadcasting British and New Zealand scifi series
- The Third Eye (2012 TV series), a Philippine horror fantasy series
- The Third Eye (serial), a 1920 film serial
- The Third Eye (book), a book by Lobsang Rampa
- The Third Eye (novel), a 1991 novel by Lois Duncan
- The Third Eye, psychedelic rock band of late 1960s - early '70s from South Africa
- Third Eye (Ben Allison album released in 1999
- Third Eye, a hip-hop collaboration that includes Del tha Funkee Homosapien
- Third Eye (Redd Kross album)
- Third Eye (Monsoon album)
- The Third Eye, an album by K-rock band Cherry Filter
- "The Third Eye" (song), a song by The Pillows from their album My Foot
- "The Third Eye", a song by Nine Miles from his album Solomonic Polar Bear
- "Third Eye", a song by progressive rock band Tool from their 1996 album Ænima
- "Third Eye Tactics", an album by experimental ambient band Cerulean Transience of All My Imagined Shores.
- "Third Eye", a song by British band Florence + The Machine, from their 2015 album "How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful"
- Third Eye Blind, an American rock band.
- The parietal eye, sometimes called a third eye, which some animals have
- The pineal gland, a gland found in the brain of most vertebrates, also known as the "third eye"
- Le Troisième Oeil (The Third Eye), a collection of paintings by Marcel Marceau
- A bicycle front derailleur add-on
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