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The Science of iridology

The Science of iridology deals with the scientific analysis of patterns and structures in the iris (colored portion) of the eye.  Through specific iris markings we are able to analyze inherent strengths and weaknesses, as well as  many other conditions throughout the body.

As part of our explanation, let’s look at two iris pictures.  The first will be of an eye indicating general inherent strengths, while the next picture will be of an eye indicating general inherent weaknesses.  Inherent means genetic, we were born this way.

Strong Constitution

This is a picture of the iris of the eyes.  Just as no two finger prints are the same, no two eyes are the same.  The eyes are the windows to our soul and each one of us is unique and different.  And because no two eyes are the same, the eyes are now used as a means of identification.

Iris FiberNotice that the eyes contain fiber lines that go back and fortStrong Constitutionh from the outer periphery toward the center.  In eye to the right, we see that the iris fibers are very dense and close together.  When you think of density in wood, the oak has fibers much like this eye.  The fiber density of oak wood are very dense, giving the oak tree a very strong and hard wood.   Oak furniture is very strong and is able to withstand a great amount of abuse.  People are like this.  Those with very strong constitutions are able to withstand a great amount of abuse.  They seem to just keep going.  This is the "Uncle Harry" we all seem to have who drinks like a fish, smokes like a chimney, eats what ever he wants and lives to be a hundred!  If you look at Uncle Harry’s eyes, he will have an extremely strong constitution.

Let’s compare this eye, a strong constitution to the next….

Weak Constitution

Weak ConstitutionNotice in this picture, that the eye seem to contain holes. WeA seperation of fibers, known as "lacunae" or "crypt". see open spaces and a separation of the iris fibers. This eye looks much like pine wood. Pine is not as dense a wood as oak. And because it lacks the density of the oak wood, it lacks the genetic strength. Furniture made of pine is beautiful, but it is not able to handle abuse.  Many of us are born with weaknesses that does not allow us to handle the abuses or challenges of life. With weaknesses, we must be very careful to eat a healthy diet and we must live a much healthier lifestyle. Otherwise we will break down. We simply can’t handle certain types of stresses and abuses.  This is "Aunt Mable" who eats organic, goes to bed by nine, lives a pure life, but seems to be frail and sickly.  Aunt Mable was born with many inherent weaknesses (shows up as "holes"). 

To illustrate, let’s say you and I meet every morning at the Super Sugar Shack to enjoy a pot of coffee and box of donuts as we begin and plan our day.  Weeks and months go by and one day you get a call from me that I am in the hospital.  I collapsed and the doctors says I have diabetes and that those morning trips to the Super Sugar Shack is what did me in. You are very confused by this, because you usually drink most of the coffee and “always” eat at least ¾ of the donuts.  ANIridology Chart... A Map of the IrisD you feel JUST fine.

If we look into the iris of the eyes, we will find that the area representing my pancreas has one of these “holes”, while in your eye, the fibers are very dense. My pancreas has a genetic weakness while yours is very strong. Do I have to have a problem? Am I destined to be a diabetic? Not at all. I simply cannot handle the abuse of all that sugar. Does that mean you will always be able to eat all the sugar you want and not pay a price? No. But your pancreas is able to sustain much more abuse than mine is.

An inherent weakness is NOT an indication of life span. It IS an indication of the body’s ability to handle abuse.

And REMEMBER... we're only as strong as our weakest link.


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