The heart

The heart

The topographic projection area for heart disorders is found between 63º and 104º, in coronas 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.

The most serious disorders, in most cases, are projected in coronas 4 and 3. Less frequently, less serious cases may be projected in coronas 2, 1, 5 and 6.

Except for some difficult to define disorders and the majority of valve disorders which are seen in the right iris, the rest of these disorders are projected in the left iris.

We shall now show how different heart disorders are projected.

 

Aortic arch

Disorders in the aortic arch are projected between 62º and 80º, in corona nº 4, partially extending to coronas nº 3 and nº 5.

They are projected in the left iris.

In most cases two or more signs are associated.

The most representative signs are:

  • Alteration in the collar.
  • Lighthouse.
  • Short spoke originating in the collar, one or more.
  • Virtual lacuna.
  • Small or medium sized mark.

They are medium or small signs.

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Cardiac angor

This is projected between 78º and 96º in coronas nº 3, nº2 and nº 1.

In most cases, it is projected in the left iris.

The most representative sign is:

  • Very small mark with little coloration.
  • Spoke without internal support, similar to a wedge, an ambiguous sign.
  • Ambiguous crypt.
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We present the case of a person (a 58 year old woman) who suffered from angina pectoris with strong stabbing pains in the heart. Whenever she had these pains she was exhausted throughout the day.

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There is more information about the heart on pages 243 and 252 of our book.

“Principios y fundamentos de la Iridología de Reflejo Múltiple”.

 

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