Great story thanks. I was disappointed to learn that some of the most colorful eyes were the most toxic. Like the red, yellow and orange ones. I enjoy looking through Dr. Jensen's study book, "Iridology The Science and Practice in the Healing Arts Vol II". It is loaded with photos of different eyes to look at and to practice reading. I have a feeling that Vol I will be alot harder to locate.
My eyes were a dull gray as a child but at least I have a good constitution. My eyes are now blue with a few rusty brown drug spots. I use to have more Radii Solaris lines but I now only have one line running through my pituitary. Can't seem to get rid of that one. Mercury?? My Scurf Rim is almost completely gone with just a stubborn spot on both lung areas. My nerve rings have faded greatly also. Of course it has taken me 6 years to get to this point but I'm happy with what I see.
I have an office in my house, so my husband takes a digital picture of my eyes and I use a photo program on my computer to blow up the picture. I then copied an iridology chart with my copier on a clear sheet of acetate. I place the clear sheet on top of my computer screen and can read it so much better than trying to use a 15x mirror and flashlight. I find Iridology so exciting. I pull out my pom poms every chance I get. :) (refreshed 48124)