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Transcript of Exploring Iridology
The practice of examining markings within the irises of the eyes to discover inherent or developed weaknesses in particular systems, organs, and/or glands.
The goal of iridology is to identify weaknesses in tissue early enough to rebuild it through nutritional/herbal therapy and lifestyle changes before chronic diseases have a chance to develop.
What is it?
Where did it Come From?
First recorded sources of iris analysis found in the great ancient civilizations of Egpyt and Babylon
1837 - Dr. Ignatz Von Peczely observed changes in the iris of an injured owl
Swedish pastor Nils Liljequist developed his own iridology chart very similar to Peczely's
American doctor, Bernard Jensen, established Iridologists International in 1977
The fiber structure of the iris gives us a great deal of information about the inherited strengths or weaknesses of an individual.
Strong Fair Weak
In iridology there are only two actual colors of fibers in the iris. All other colors are laid over the top of the fibers to create a combination of colors.
What Color is it Anyway?
Overactive lymphatic system, swollen glands
Upper respiratory weakness (asthma, bronchitis, sinusitis)
Hyperacidity = inflammatory conditions
Blue Eyes - Lymphatic
True Brown Eyes - Hematogenic
Mixed Type Eyes
Blood sugar irregularity
Brown Over Blue Eyes - Hemangiotic
Similar issues to the mixed type
Circulatory and digestive problems
Often emotionally reactive
What About Other Colors?
Radial and Contraction Furrows