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Sometimes called a
digital iriscope, Iridology camera, Iris camera, eye camera,
eyology, scoerology camera. 

What is the primary benefit of photo iridology ?
Not only does it bring clues to your iridology analysis, but it helps to create a better connection with your patient.  The patient, who’s naturally curious, is eager to see their own iris. With some simple explanations they can get a basic understanding of your analysis. The connection with your patient strengthens and their understanding of their process improves.

* Iris analysis system: international technology, unique functions. 
* Iris analysis system is a medicinal tool that checks the body conditions and prevents diseases from occurring. 
* We brought in the advanced iris analysis technology from Germany to lead people to discover sources of illness, and care the body health and spirit in anyways. 
* The instrument can show the body conditions of customers and suggest customers the suitable health food, and the plans to care their bodies. 

1)Advanced auto iris analysis technology to provide the best help for beginners to learn. 
2)Software easy to use, help you to command. 
3)Recommend to use of 1024X768 resolution, it will be the best. 
4)Recommend to use Windows XP/2000/Vista/7 32bit and 64bit system. 
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 Iridology History:
Iridology is the study of the irides of the eye, that is, the exposed nerve endings, which make up the coloured part of the eye, all of which are connected to the brain. On a parallel with Reflexology, where the practitioner can FEEL the abnormalities of the Reflex nerve endings, a trained Iridologist, can actually see a veritable Ordinance Survey map of the REFLEX NERVE ENDINGS EXPOSING genetic inheritance, congestive and irritative zones and their various inter-reactions, within the bodily systems. In the hands of those who are well versed in the Pathology of the Pathways of Disease, as well as Anatomy and Physiology, this provides a veritable microchip of information.

Iridology complements all therapeutic sciences because it provides the vital information needed in order to establish the root cause of ailments, thus revealing the appropriate treatments required. Hippocrates and Philostratus used Iridology. lridology was taught at the Medical School of Salerno and even the Chaldeans of Babylonia, in 1000 BC left records of Iride markings, with the relevant Anatomical reflexes painted onto stone slabs.

Hipocrates ( 480-360 BC) is said to have used the eyes for diagnosis and the Aztecs practiced some form of eye diagnosis around 1000 BC, Stone carvings show the use of the eye for purpose of determining illness. The Egyptians and Babylonians most likely used iridology and the Chinese and Japanese are said to have used the varying colours of the iris as part of their diagnosis. 

The bible, one of the oldest books, states “The light of the body is the eye if therefore thine eye be single, thy whole body shall be full of light; but if thine eye be evil, thy whole body shall be full of darkness; if therefore the light that is in thee be darkness, how great is that darkness” (Matthew 6:22, 23; Luke 11:34). 

Or a loose translation “Your eyes are the LIGHT of your body, when your eyes are good the whole body is full of light, when your eye are bad the body is in full darkness” 

Philippus Meyens(Phillipe May de Fransconie) was the first in modern history to publish a work on iridology named Chiromantia medica. 

This was in 1670 in Dresden, Germany, this book made an interesting study of iris signs and its relation to illnesses and had a small map of the Iris with respective areas of some parts of the human body. Next was Johann Sigmund Eltzholtz (Nürnberg, 1695), who expanded on the studies of Meyens. 

In 1813 the Viennese optician Beer wrote about iris diagnosis: "Everything which affects the organism effect the iris, it cannot not remain without effecting the eye, and in reverse”. 

R.Schnabel 1882-1962 is the most well-known representative of scientific eye diagnosis. He wrote three books concerning iris diagnosis. 

Then, almost a century later, in Göttingen, Christian Haertls, who based his findings on the studies of Meyens and Eltzholtz, launches a controversial and important work and in 1786 an other German, Doctor Härtels, published ‘de oculo et signo’, “The eye signs” 

However it was the Hungarian physician Ignatz von Peczely (1822-1911) that made Iridology known in Europe. 

According to history, (now viewed as a fable) von Peczely only a boy than, caught an owl and broke it’s leg in the trap Looking in the owls eye, he saw a fine trace appear in the inferior region of the corresponding Iris of the owl. The young von Peczely was curious about the marking that appeared. He nursed the owl to good health and noticed that the trace in the Iris virtually disappeared, to leave only one very tenuous mark. He studied other authors’ works on the subject and when Peczely became a physician he developed his knowledge even more and was able to do comparative research in hospitals. 

He made many discoveries and in 1881, after many difficulties, he launched his first work (Entdeckungen auf dem Gebiete der Natur- und Heilkunde – Anleitung zum Studium der Diagnose aus dem Auge). Rather a mouth full meaning. “Discovery In Natural History And Medical Science, A Guide To The Study And Diagnosis From The Eye”. 

Many works on the subject have appeared later in Europe, mainly in Germany. The priest Emanuel Felke (1856-1926) made iridology more popular still and Iridology spread throughout the whole of Europe. Heinrich HENSE lived from 1868 to 1955 and was a pupil of minister Felke, while Mrs Von Wad had a college in Dresden teaching Iridology. 

In the beginning of the decade around 1900 Iridology was introduced in the United States by Dr. Nils Liljequist, a Swedish homeopath, who had noticed iris colour changes when he took medication, he may have exchanged information with von Peczely as they both worked on iris charts around the same time. It would be worth noting that 80% of the healing was done with homeopathic medicine in America at that time. It was only after allopathic doctors formed an association called “the AMA” and started to lobby politicians that slowly but surely homeopathy was replaced by allopathic medicine. IN 1904 Dr. Henry Lahn (Lane) born in Austria, writes the book "The diagnosis from the eye" in the USA. This publication makes iridology popular in the States. In more recent times it was a North American, Dr. Bernard Jensen, that developed the map of the Iris that is still in use all over the world. After Dr. Jensen’s passing his daughter in-law Ellen Tart-Jensen has revised and updated the chart. The French physician Professor Jossin, who is regarded as a pioneer of modern iridology, produced iris charts which are still in use today. The following names are also worth mentioning: To Dr. Kritzer, Farida Davidson, Harry wolf, Dorothy Hall and Paul Angeren, all well respected teachers of iridology. 

Meanwhile without much knowledge in the West in Russia iridology has been practiced widely. Being cheap and quick this form of diagnosis must have appealed to the Russian institutions at the time. Bulgaria had its own Iridology master: "Petar Dimkov lived from1886 - 1981. He finished the military college in St Petersburg. 

Despite receiving multiple gun shut wounds during the war he followed in the family tradition and practiced alternative medicine"- A book with his findings was published in 1998 and some unpublished works have been found, which may still be translated into English. 

With communication being less restrictive now, much of the information and some charts of the former USSR have made it to the West. 

Iridology was given a boost when In Germany between 1950 and 1954 when clinical studies on 640 patients were conducted by Dr. Walter Lang and Joseph Deck in the hospital in Karlsruhe under the supervision of Dr. Vida. The patients where diagnosed by iridology as well as by traditional means. 

The reliability was found to be around 75% At that time. However a follow-up study found that in the next 5 years 95% of the findings had eventuated! 

1.But in Holland the “Rijksuniversiteit (State University) Limburg” found that there was no relationship between markings in the iris and the presence of gall stones. The iridologists in this trial could not diagnose the gallstones in the patients. In the USA a study was conducted that included Bernhard Jensen. He also fell into the trap when he was asked to diagnose Western medicine conditions and could not. 

Other negative findings: 
2. Simon A and others. An evaluation of iridology. JAMA 242:1385-1387, 1979. 3. Cockburn DM. A study of the validity of iris diagnosis. Australian Journal of Optometry. 64:154-157, 1981. 4. Knipschild P. Looking for gall bladder disease in the patient's iris. British Medical Journal 297:1578-1581, 1988. Most of these studies where designed in such a way that Apples and Oranges were compared. Iridology has limitations much the same as every other means of diagnosing. The iris shows nerve reflexes only, it can not be compared with chemical analysis of blood and urine. Some trauma to the body, done under anastatic may not show in the iris or the recording may be delayed. Some reports state that TB can be detected in the iris long before a test (for the Bacillus of Koch) will confirm the condition. Kidney problems may only be discovered when the patient complains about the pain. After investigation it may be found that 90% of the kidney is diseased. In the iris kidney deficiency is noted long before there is pain, nourishment of the organ may avoid or delay the 90% degeneration. 

Critics make much of the negative findings but one must remember that the iris mainly reveals tendencies to under or over activity, it records medical events, as parting of fibers, and it tells a lot about the constitution and inherited weaknesses of the person. The information can be used to prevent or delay major illnesses. On the other hand some have taken to interpreting the eyes in physiological tendencies; the Rayed method is on of these. By learning the lessons of a particular iris group or sub group we advance and overcome our physical problems, according to the Rayed study. 

Iridology can: 
1. Reveal constitutional strength. Are we built strong or weak? How well do we endure stress?
2. Reveal the health level.
3. Reveal nutritional and chemical needs. What elements are lacking and where? 4. Reveal location of environmentally obtained toxins.
5. Reveal the quality of nerve force and what is the condition of the nervous system.
6. Reveal the response to treatment, how fast the body heals and at what rate.
7. Reveal over acid levels in the body.
8. Reveal the whole body as a unified structure and it's overall health. 

1. Iridology does not reveal disease names. Often there are situations and conditions that develop long before any symptoms appear in the disease process.
2. It does not reveal operations performed under anaesthesia. Nerve impulses are short circuited under these conditions.
3. It does not reveal pregnancy, because it is a normal bodily process.
4. It does not reveal gallstones.
5. It is not a psychic analysis.
6. Iridology cannot tell what accident occurred but it can reveal which tissue was damaged.
7. It cannot tell specific pathology in the body.
8. It cannot pinpoint the location of parasites, germs or bacterial invasion. It does show the conditions of tissue and if it might be conducive to these invasions. 

There is no doubt a lot more is to be found in the iris and sclera of the eyes and research is being carried out in may parts of the world. All agree however that not 2 eyes are identical and that the iris is not part of our ability to see. So what can the purpose of an iris be? 

The very latest research in Italy by Dr. Daniele Lo Rito focuses on relationship issues, a Contemporary Analysis of the Inner Pupillary Border and then there is the time risk research by English scientist John Andrews claiming to have thousands of case studies. These are just a few of the on-going research projects into the secrets the eyes can reveal. Modern digital cameras make observations so much easier, the equipment can show individual fibres and record colour changes from visit to visit . 

As practitioners we must observe and ask questions from our patients to learn more and more of this wonderful science.  Iridology, Iriscope, Iridology camera, Iridology software.

Iridology Glossary of Terms
Angle of Fuch's:
This is when the Collarette is extremely raised (looks like a mountain range) and it means that there is difficult assimilation, absorption and putrefaction.

Central Heterochromia:
Is pigment in nutritive zone or around the collarette. This indicates tendency to malabsorption and toxins in nutritive zone. Color varies according to which organs or tissue systems are involved.

Ciliary Zone:
This is the area of the iris outside the collarette to the iris edge. (Where you see the iris fibers).

In American Iridology is known as the ANW. It separates the nutritive zone from the rest of the ciliary body. If it is tight it shows stricture, contraction, irritability, and inflammation.

Undefined Collarette indicates spasms, colic, neurological disturbances and a delicate nervous system. Thick and raised collarette indicates gastrointestinal problems, food intolerance, lymphatic insufficiency and environmental sensitivity. Misshapen, thick, and indented collarette indicates stricture, deformation, and motor disturbances. Absences of collarette indicates spasms, appetite disorders and mineral absorption problems. If the collarette is jagged it shows irritation to the gastrointestinal system. PERSONALITY: Wide Collarette = outgoing, more sensitive, can get scattered easily. Tight Collarette = reserved, uses caution. Outside stress causes retreat, introverted.

Is measure of resistance (inherited strength). How well you resist negative influences. For example, a strong body will be able to resist all negative influences for a longer period of time.

Nutritive Zone:
This is the area between the pupil and the collarette (the gastrointestinal system).

Is a yellow fatty "blob" that arises from the sclera. In most cases, this indicates that the body is not handling fats properly.

Prolapsus of Transverse Colon:
This only means that there is connective tissue weakness in the colon. It does not meant that the transverse colon has dropped down or is sagging.

Pigments that are gathering to protect organ reaction field underneath it and to keep light from coming in.

This is a thick white growth appearing on the conjunctiva of the eye and is usually caused by trauma or constant irritation to the eye, such as blowing dust.

Pupil Size:
Shows the condition of the autonomic nervous system. Also, when you are looking at the pupil size, you are looking at the spine. Work with the Pupil Tonus Chart. Constriction of the pupil is caused by the sphincter pupillae, a muscle encircling the pupillary margin deep inside the stroma layer. The dilator layer, consists of a thin layer of plain muscle fiber. When it contracts, it draws the pupillary margin inward and this dilates the pupil.

Pupillary Margin or Pigment Ruff:
Is located around the pupil. Darkly pigmented layer, an extension of Posterior epithelium. If the Pupillary Margin appears to have "holes" in it, this means diabetes. The normal color is reddish brown. This is principally an analog for the spine.

In American Iridology, these are Iris Fibers. In the ciliary zone these are blood vessels running radially. These are enmeshed in connective tissue. They run toward the pupillary zone, through the ciliary zone of the iris. The vessels become wavy as the pupil dilates and straighten out as the pupil constricts. Also known as Trabeculae. (Trabecula = 1 & Trabeculae = 2)

Separation of fibers, but not lacuna or crypt.

Reactivity (contrast between light and dark). Light = more reactivity, inflammation, elimination or pain. Dark = suppressed, body cannot react sufficiently. NOTE: When there is lightness next to darkness, this means the body is trying to fight, despite a chronic condition.

Tobacco Snuffing:
Dark "dots" gathered together in any area of the iris. Indicates tendency to weakness in liver, or can mean liver damage. Some call it "pepper corns."

Topo Labile:
Any marking in iris that indicates a weakness in specific organ but can be found anywhere in the iris. Significance is determined by its structure or color, not by its location in the iris map. For example, a brown pigment indicating liver weakness, even if it is located near the heart area.

Topo Stabile:
Marking found in the iris in a specific area of the body which affects that related part of the body. In other words, a marking found in the heart area which specifically means a weakness in the heart.

Trabecula or Trabeculae:
See Radials

It travels across the iris "grain." If it is white, this means inflammation or pain. The body is reacting to an abnormal situation in the body. Significance can range from inflammation to sensitivity to latent cancer depending upon configuration and location.

Can also indicate displacement of organs.

Vascular Transversal:
Is a transversal that is missing the Schwann sheath or the Schwann sheath has been worn off (connective tissue). Is a more serious sign than the white transversal. Joseph Deck states that the Vascular Transversal indicates "inherited tendency to malignancy." Is pink or red in color. Can indicate serious tissue changes, high degree of congestion and sometimes pain. Always indicates some stage of venous stagnation.

Iridology: What Will It Show?

White Markings  Can be in the form of lines or small dots,  -severe inflammation, hyperactivity, irritation, over-reaction.. White means it's losing the battle

Dark Markings ..- Grey or dirty,  under activity, stagnation & wasting. Chronic inflammations. The area is deteriorating

Black Markings, Most black signs refer to structural shock. Surgical signs are black (part of the body killed when tissue removed)  loss of function and functional
scarring . Indicates dying tissue. 

Coloured lesions and markings
Metabolism or body fluid disturbance in the circulation or lymphatic system.
Discolorations can be yellow, reddish yellow, brown, red, etc.  A whole section may be discoloured or there may be toxin flecks. in the stromal layer or deeper.

Rings and partial rings or arcs
Rings can be found round the irid or parts of the irid or as an arc
These Rings are circles or arcs looking as though they were pressed into the fibers of the irid.

Contraction Rings can be whole rings, or arcs, showing in a small part of the irid. They are likely to be indicative of spasms of the parts of the body they pass through. Example:
A Contraction Ring or Arc  In  the gall bladder area = spasm in the gallbladder, suggestive of gall bladder disease.

Sodium Ring   found at the edge of the irid, just before the sclera., indicative that the whole of the individual's metabolism is sluggish. the whole system is clogging up.
Too much salt will result in the blood vessels suffering. .They will become hardened from the evidence of calcium deposits and laying down of blood fat. Cholesterol level may raised and hypertension or high blood pressure could be a result.  When this patient gets older they would be susceptible to cardiac and circulatory problems.

The Archus is of importance. It is indicative of a tendency upon the part of the body to develop stagnation. The heart and circulatory system are at risk and other organs which are dependent upon a good blood supply .If someone is found to have a Sodium ring or Archus, they would be advised to have a serum cholesterol check, and should have their blood pressure recorded.
Archus Senilus -sodium ring, edge of irid, appears as white/smoky/hazy  circle.= sluggish metabolisim

A partial Archus:  Visible when elevating the upper eyelid.
blood pressure, circulation to the brain, Mental functions would  also be considered.

Healing With Iridology:
The perfect iris has never been seen and all individuals exhibit some degree of tissue weakness, whether it was acquired and developed from questionable health habits and environment, or from parents genetic makeup. 

Healing comes from the root word meaning whole. So does health and holy!
Healing comes from looking after all areas of our whole self, being mind, body and spirit.

In my opinion, when you get rid of what the body can't use and give it what it needs, the body will do the rest. The body is a wonderful incredible specimen. Everyday it breathes by itself, the heart pumps by itself, if you cut yourself or break a bone, they heal by themselves. You never have to tell your body what to do automatically. Our responsibility is to provide the elements for the body.

And you are the only one who can do that.

A Vision For Iridology:
Imagine... Iridology as a profession with status and respect. Iridology with legal stature. Iridology appointments covered by insurance. Iridology easily accessible to the population as a significant part of health maintenance and disease prevention programs. Iridologists respected for their knowledge and practicing quality research-based work. This is the vison for iridology.

--- Quote from Iridology A Handbook compiled by Kianna Smith

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