Vicki Van Vynckt
HERE IS AN IRIS WE CAN BRIEFLY ANALYZE SO YOU CAN SEE WHAT SOME OF THE MARKINGS IN THE IRIS MAY LOOK LIKE
(This is a left Iris)
- There are several dark lines radiating out from the pupil area that look like spokes of a wheel. These are called Radii Solaris and indicate a genetic tendency to absorb toxins from the bowel into other areas of the body.
- There is a very dark spot down in the lower left of the iris. Spots like these are called pigments and can indicate a toxic settlement that can be from many different sources, including environmental toxins, medications, other drugs, or any other toxin that settled there that could not be eliminated by the body. Most often people inherit pigments from their parents.
- Notice the rusty orange color around the pupil. This is an indication that there is a genetic tendency for blood sugar imbalances and may include tendencies for problems with the gall bladder and/or liver.
- There are several places on the right side of the iris where you see the iris fibers have separated forming several almond-like shapes in a row. These are called Lacuna, and they indicate a genetic tendency for under activity in the areas where they are found. In this case, they are in the bronchial, heart, and lung areas.
- THERE IS MUCH MORE TO ANALYZING AN IRIS THAN WHAT WE SHOWED ABOVE, BUT THIS WILL GIVE YOU AN IDEA ABOUT SOME OF THE MARKINGS THAT CAN BE FOUND.