How Many Eye Colors Are There?

How many eye colors are there?

I have asked this question at every introduction seminar I have taught on Iridology.

The responding answers include:

“3! Green, Blue, Brown”

Or..

“Unlimited? Based on the Spectrum of Eye Hues”

I tell the audience, ‘you’re all right!’

Here’s why.

I have seen hundreds of people’s eyes up close, and there seems to be blue, grey, hazel, yellow, blue grey, turquoise, brown, and dark brown, and many other colors in-between.

Why then ask this question?

The reason is to identify how many true eye colors there exist.

You see, in Iridology, there is said to be only TWO true eye colors… Brown and Blue.

Every other color came about as a result of interracial mixing over thousands of years, and differences in the health.
 
For example, a blue eye can become green over the years, if there is yellow hues that become created from poor uric acid metabolism.
 
A brown eye could change in hue if there is red that comes up, which will often indicated changes in the pituitary gland.
 
There is much to explore in color patterns, and the designs of eyes, and Iridology is the study that uncovers what color patterns indicate.

 

Ignatz von Peczely- ‘Father’ of Iridology

A brief history of Iridology – Frank Navratil, ND

The first record in history of the eyes being a mapping to containing information about the body, is from the book “Chiromatica Medica.” The book described how the top part of the iris represents the head, and the lower part represents the kidneys, spleen, and genital organs.

A few other publications had been made, but it was not until the early 1800’s that Iridology had it’s official beginning in the modern era.

Ignatz von Peczely, born in Hungary in 1826, who at the age of 11 accidentally broke the leg of an owl while attempting to let it free from his garden. He noticed that in the lower part of the owl’s eye there appeared a black stripe. After he splinted the owl’s leg and allowed a period of time for it to heal, white lines appeared where the dark line had been before.

The bird stayed with him in the garden for several years where he had time to notice the changes that occurred in the iris of the owl’s eye.

This made a lasting impression on the young Peczely and later in his career he had the opportunity to study the eyes of his patients in great detail and was able to confirm his findings by performing several autopsies. He began to look to the eyes as a way to see what was going on with people’s health, and he became quite famous.

In 1880 Von Peczely published his only book called ” Discoveries in the Realms of Nature and Art of Healing,” and in 1886 the first iridology map of the eyes was revealed for the world to see. Today, Ignatz von Peczely is known as the father of Iridology and his studies continue to inspire many great iridologists who have followed his path to our modern history.

Russian Iridology Clinical Studies

Despite what critics suggest about Iridology, the Russian Iridology Clinical Studies have shown that through Iridology analysis…
“Among 520 patients with iridologic indications of pathologies in the areas of liver and gallbladder…suspected issues in these organs were confirmed via ultrasound analyses in 87.50% of the cases.”

“Iridologic signs of thyroid dysfunction were noted in 210 people (out of 570 observed). Among them, 93.80% of the cases were confirmed by data of patients who were examined by endocrinologists.”

The eyes contain a detailed mapping to what is happening within your body. The science is for Iridology, not against. Iridology is not a new science, it is ancient and has been practiced worldwide for hundreds, if not thousands of years.

http://www.iridologyinternational.com/…/russian-iridology-c…

Research to Support Iridology

“Novel cells in the eye may open the door to disease protection”
This Globe and Mail published study shows that the eyes are the gateway to the soul, and work being done at the Krembil Research Institute is finding that the eye, specifically the retina and how it reacts to light, is indeed a signpost for more bodily conditions.

Follow the link to see this June 2017 study.
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https://www.theglobeandmail.com/…/novel-cells-in-the-eye-…/…