Simple Iridology Map of Right and Left Eye
Iridology is an ancient science based on color and structure in the iris. Patterns in the iris indicate the strength and weaknesses in the body. Evidence supports that ancient Egyptians used Iridology. At some point in history the knowledge of Iridology was lost. The beginning of the modern rediscovery of iridology occurred in 1837 when Ignatz Von Meczely as a boy captured an owl with a broken leg. This owl had a discernable dark spot in its iris. As the owls leg healed and the dark spot in it iris disappeared. Meczely grew up to be a healer and noticed that his patients with similar afflictions also had similar marks. He constructed the first modern iris map which has been improved over time by the personal experience of many healers and scientific testing giving us today precise detailed maps with 90 markers per iris. Iridology is the only noninvasive technique to analyze the health status of our body.
The eye is an extension of the brain and in the early stages of embryonic development is connected together. By month 7 the iris is functional and continues to develop until 6 years old. The iris contains 28,000 nerve endings and 90,000 blood vessels wrapped in Schwann sheathing that radiate out from the pupil. Pigments of various colors can float above the iris in the cornea layer. This pigment projected over the iris together create our eye color. The more undisturbed the pattern of the radiating vessel indicates strong resilience whereas the more disturbed the pattern indicates weakness. Iris pigment indicates locations of toxicity within the body. Most abnormalities in the iris are inherited. Parents pass on their weakest genetics resulting in weaker and weaker genetics. An example is that babies now have cancer when they never did before.
By identifying weaknesses in the iris it gives one the opportunity to modify diet and lifestyle to mitigate the inherited or acquired weakness prior to them manifesting into an illness. An example is a weak heart indicated in the iris of a man whose father and grandfather both passed away with a heart attack at age 58. His familiar life cycle can be altered by identifying the weakness and changing to a regimen that strengthens the heart. When unaware or ignored then the heart attack at age 58 is imminent.
Renown Master Detox Specialist
“Iridology is one of nature’s greatest, and at present, only soft tissue analysis. It will give you a road map of your strength and weaknesses. It will also show your congestive (lymphatic) and chemical accumulations. This is invaluable in helping to address your glandular or organ weaknesses.”
– Iridology by Dr. Morse, N.D
INSTRUCTIONS FOR QUALITY EYE PHOTOS
Follow this link https://youtu.be/nya5PPYRjcw for an excellent video on photographing your eyes.
Your eyes are an important part of the CELLTOX Detox Regeneration Program. By looking at clear closeup pictures of your eyes enables our Iridologists to ascertain your genetic weaknesses.
Once you join and become a member of the CELLTOX Detox Club, one of your first missions we be to have very good quality pictures taken of your eyes and then email them to us. These important pictures are all about quality so that our Iridologist can make the most accurate health assessment. Please remember to label left and right eye pics. Having your eyes photographed by a professional photographer is a good idea if you aren’t successful with other means.
We pair the eye analysis with your Health Assessment responses to give us a most accurate picture of the location and depth of the weaknesses to be addressed.
The goal here is to take high quality eye shots. Some camera phones are adequate. The best would be a 35mm camera with a macro lense.
- Set your camera to MACRO (this allows for very close pictures).
- Both the camera and your head must remain as still as possible. Use a tripod and timer if possible and rest your head on your hands. Or have someone take the picture for you.
- Zoom all the way out.
- It is best to have someone illuminate your eye with a flashlight from a 45 degree angle from the side
- Take one picture of each eye separately.
- Be sure the entire iris is visible and clear in the picture.
- You may need to hold your eye wide open using your fingers.
- Position the camera close to the eye (depending on the camera, you may be as close as 2 inches
The eye pics above are examples of quality eye shots.