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WHAT IS IRIDOLOGY?

The art and science of reading the markings in the iris to establish areas of weakness in the body, and pathways to disease.

Adrian Neildore | 10 May 2013 - Iris Left - Here, South Africa [2013 © paulgodard.com]

The entire eye, the sclera (white section), the pupil and the iris shows the genetic information that has come down through the generations and which information it used to then uniquely create each individual person. It is the window through which the trained iridologist can see past illusions to the expression of both the body and the emotions and the way in which both have fallen short of their optimum state.  Analysis of the iris, its fibers, structures, and pigmentation, reveals information about each person that is not easily found through any other method of analysis.

Nerve endings in the eyes hold a reflex from all parts of the body which are then reflected on the iris in the form of various markings and pigmentation.  These markings create a detailed picture of the integrity of the body.  Because of this map that the iris provides, it is possible to use it as an invaluable tool for the detection of genetic weaknesses, the state of organs and systems, the pathways of disease and the detection of existing and possible future conditions.  It is a first class tool for preventive health care and sustained well being.


Published Date: 04 Oct 2014