Case study of changes to the iris.

Case study of changes to the iris.

Iridology premium 2: Examples of changes in the iris

We are going to observe the case of a 79-year-old woman where we have a sequence of photographs taken over the course of 11 years.
In a previous article I showed the growth sequence of a Pigmentation in the right iris between 40º and 50º on crown no.5.
On this occasion we are going to look at the entire iris where we are going to see that there are Pigmentations that remain almost identical and others that slightly increase. We will also see how new signs develop. The fact is that each iridian sign has its own behaviour according to the problem that has caused it and the factors that have an impact on it.

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We will begin by looking at the initial right iris from 2004 and then that of 2015 so that in a single glance we can focus on the most evident changes. Afterwards, we will observe the sequence of photos of various areas in order to assess the changes in greater detail.
As I previously outlined the upper part of the right iris we will continue with the part corresponding to Sector 2 (S2).

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n S2, it is always especially important to focus on the Topographic Area (TA) of the liver (108º to 142º between crowns no. 8, 7 and 6), as it is important to take into account any little alterations in this area. However, what I am most going to most highlight in the formation of a new sign in the TA of the lumbar region. Specifically, on the collarette (wreath) between 130º and 140º, right on the TA of the L4 and L5 lumbar. The formation of a Stain in this area is one of the most representative signs of arthrosis. Therefore, it shows the deterioration that this woman has suffered over the last few years. You can locate it in the image inside the yellow circle.
We continue with the left iris, firstly showing 2014 and 2015, so that you can immediately see the clearest differences.

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In the upper part of the left iris, we can see that there are areas with more colouring, they are accumulations of micropigmentation that define groups or clouds of colour in very specific areas. Some of them by highlighting Radii and reliefs such as those that there are between 0º and 20º.
It is worth highlighting, how in the location similar to that of the Pigmentation that we have observed in the right iris between 40º and 50º, a small Stain has formed that stands out from the rest of the group of micro pigmentations. In this case it has formed between 35º and 40º in crown no.6. In the initial photo you can intuit that the Pigmentation is grouping together, becoming denser and taking shape, until in the last photo you can see how a more defined Stain has formed. In both cases, this is a zone of the iris where problems of a part of the brain manifest themselves.

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In the comparison of S2, I wanted to mark out two different areas, with a black circle and a white square, with different types of Pigmentation in order to facilitate the comparison. With the black circle we are looking at a part of the TA of the left lung. It is possible to see how there has been a significant change over the years. The Stain that initially seems a little blurry and is lightly coloured, has subsequently become denser and changed colour. Considering that this is the zone of the lung, it reveals that the respiratory tracts have suffered deterioration.
Inside the white square there is also an increase in the density of the stains and a slight increase in size. Bearing in mind that it corresponds to the spleen-pancreas, it is important to compare this to the degree of the alteration and monitor its evolution.

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In the following photographs, we have enlarged sectors 3 and 4 of the left iris. We also wanted to highlight two zones with a green square and an orange circle in order to highlight very defined Stains that have grown in size over the years. Lots of these Pigmentations and Stains are formed by micro points of colour that end up grouping together, forming a mass that gives consistency to the Stain. I not going to discuss the matter of what type of Pigmentation we are looking at. In my opinion, what is most important is its location, characteristics and evolution.

Between 140º and 144º in crown no.5, an accumulation of Pigmentation has developed that it clearly forming a new Stain in an area where there were previously no indications of it. You can locate it precisely in the photograph of the entire iris from 2015 in which the degrees and crowns are marked out. In the enlarged photograph from 2015 of this sector no.3, it is located a little above the upper right-hand corner of the green square. It is right at the end of a Radius that begins from the origin of the collar up to crown no.6. Strangely, the Radius and Stain iridian signs that we are mentioning in this location, correspond with the TA of the duodenum. Therefore, the manifestation of these signs with these characteristics informs us of an area of the food pipe where there is a weakness and where an attack on this tissue has been taking place.

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