Wednesday, November 30, 2011
IPB Morphologies, Space Risk, The Stress Axis, Embryological, Solitary Melanin Pigment , Frontal Indentation with Cat's Ears Collarette- (bok-2)
Identify the correlations of structural signs on the above iris presentation :
a) The Stress Axis - 0' & 180' - Hypothalamus+Pituitary+Adrenal signs
b) IPB M Sign with embryological signs at 60' & 300' - Pancreas dysfunction, blood sugar imbalance, dysglycemia tendency.
c) An Indentation of the collarette - (e) accompanied with embryological and classical signs at 35' & 290' - Cardiovascular risk
d) HPA Axis with Frontal Indentation of the Collarette - Psychosomatic imbalance sign for depression, self-isolated, migraine and headaches problems. Please take note the frontal indentation of the collarette accompanied with the indented collarette at the adrenal area can be considered as post-natal depression.
e) Frontal Cat's Ear Collarette - 35' & 326' - Genetic predisposition to :
- Stress & Anxiety
f) Space Risk 5 at 37' with radial furrow 30' & leaf lacuna at 290' - relates to lung stress, breathing or bronchitis problem.
g) Melanin pigment at Kidney reflex area with embryological sign at 140'~145' indicate kidney deficiency.
a) The Stress Axis formation at 0' & 180' - Hypothalamus, Pituitary & Adrenal glands. It indicates poor adaptability to stress, anxiety , insonmia and possible depression.
b) Stairstep lacuna located internally at 35' with Zig-Zag collarette formation, a significant embryological sign relates to a family history of intestinal tumour, gastric ulceration and intestinal dysbiosis.
c) Internal leaf lacuna located inside the collarette at 80', tendency to have thyroid dysfunction.
d) Local protrusion of the wreath at 152' and closed lacuna at 205' relates to jejunum stress and take note the reproductive system.
e) Embryological sign at 200' & 247' relates to possible prostate disturbances and sinuses.
f) Closed lacuna inside the border of the collarette at 310' relate to liver stress involvement.
g) Take note the solitary melanin pigment located at bronchials reflex area.
Monday, November 28, 2011
Just back from holiday to China.... visited the most amazing places - National Civilized Scenic Zone :
Terracotta Warriors & Horses - Is the tomb of the Qin Shi Huang (Qin Dynasty) in China, is the first large-scale imperial mausoleum than perfect the existing tomb in China
Long Men Grottoes - Which is the grottoes that famous with its ancient sculpture. There are over 2100 niches and more than 100,000 status 40 pagodas and 3600 tablets and steles in the cavas.
Monday, November 21, 2011
I would suggest the above IPB structure as a wider M sign eventhought it seem like a short wave pattern, it indicate blood sugar imbalance concerns with dysglycemia tendency. The embryological and classical signs at 60' & 235', 55', 245' & 295' also indicate pancreas dysfunction.
- Partial atrophy of the IPB structure.
- Hyperthropic with Zig-Zag collarette.
- Multiple radial furrows located in the frontal cerebral section.
- Multiple melanin pigments and crypt located at the inner pupillary zone- 25', 70', 75', 110'~122', 150' and 275' suggest embrylogical evaluation, find the pigment located nearest to the inner pupillary edge.
- Multiple bridge collarette.
- Indentation of the collarette at 105' and brown pigment co-sign with minor ray attached on the collarette at 295' suggest Time Risk and Emotional Dynamics consideration.
-Take note the co-sign at 252' and the smallest crypts at the humoral zone - 115' and 144'
Multidimensional Analysis - Space Risk, Spinal Reflex IPB, Classical, Embryological, DHS, Time Risk, Emotional Dynamics of the Collarette - (wolf-1)
Premilinary Asscessment :
1) Partial Atrophy of the IPB
- Some IPB is in sectional missing and the remaining is considered normal and hypothrophic.
- Poor adaptability to stress and neuroenddocrine tendencies.
2) Pigmented & Localised Absence in Frontal IPB at 340'~20'.
- Orange pigment adjacent to the localised absence of the IPB in frontal section manifests :
a) Distortion in the frontal structure of the IPB at 340'~20' relates to :
i) low resistance to emotional or physical trauma.
ii) possible psychosomatic illness.
b) Space Risk & Spinal IPB consideration :
i) Space Risk 3, 2 & 1 relates to vertigo, insomnia, migraine, sinus and face related problem.
ii) Spinal neuromuscular tension at Cervical Vertebrae.
3) Orange & Brown Pigments at the Inner Pupillary Zone - 120', 165' & 320'~330'.
- Embryological & Emotional Dynamics of the Collarette Analysis :
i) Blood sugar imbalance, pancreas dysfunction and self limitation problem - 120'
ii) Spleen deficiency - 165'
iii) Liver disturbance, cardiac arrest problem and survival issue in financial or career aspects and feeling of vulnerability - 320'~330'.
4) Hyperthrophy & Zig-Zag Collarette indicates :
i) Nervous irritability, congestion of intestinal lymph nodes, compromised of the immune system and disturbances in calcium metabolism, food intolerance, and tendency to inflammatory in the splenic and hepatic condition.
ii) Tendencies to have IBS, ulcerative colistis, poor peristalsis, mood swing and anxiety condition.
5) Sectional Linear Collarette at 85'~115'.
- Dysglycemia tendency.
6) Local Indented Collarette at 275'.
- Time Risk consideration at the age of 74 or 14 during childhood, related to grief issue.
7) Radial Furrows with Major & Minor Rays concentrate on the Frontal & Ventral section of the Collarette.
- Major ray at 0', 25' and 340' and minor ray in the cerebral areas indicates hypothalamus and pineal stress, Time Risk evaluation, cerebral weakness, poor nerve supply in digestive system, poor concentration, vertigo, memory loss, headache and vaccination stress reaction.
8) Multiple Melanin Granulation Pigments in Ventral Ciliary zone.
- Brown pigments indicate poor liver function.
- Take note the co-sign with radial furrow at 190' and the nearest to the collarette at 165'.
9) Cornea Arcus surround the iris limbus.
- poor fat metabolism, possible fatty liver
10) Observe the Co-Signs & the Axis formation.
- The Axis formation by radial furrows at 0' and 180' indicate hypothalmus and pituitary stress with adrenal fatigue.
Thursday, November 17, 2011
reversed to 90'
According to Dr. Daneile Lo Rito researched, the meaning of the Hippopotamus :
- It helps be more aware, both physically and emotionally.
- Greater comprehension of the unconscious powers.
(Multidimensional Iridology, Signs & Their Meaning, 2011, pg.160, Dr. Daniele Lo Rito)
Stairstep lacunae located in the ventral section of the inner pupillary zone - 240' represents classical and embryological aspects, it indicating a family family history of intestinal tumours, gastric ulcerations and intestinal polyposis, embryologically it relate to pancreas dysfunction with sugar intolerance as well !
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Asparagus lacuna located at the frontal of the cerebral areas of both iris Rx & starting from the outside of the collarette to the ciliary zone it indicates tendency to have :
- Nasal polyps
- Hypothalamic alteration
- Hemiplegic Migraines
1) Observe the Space Risk at 280' corelation with the crypts at 225' - Spcae Risk 11 & Crypts at the border of the collarette at 225' both indicate gall bladder disturbances.
2) Space Risk 25 at 160' represent hip or joint pain.
Time Risk & Emotional Dynamics - Indentation, Minor Ray & Crypt at Ventral Section of the Collarette
An indentation of the collarette wit crypt at 150', indented wreath at 200' & minor ray at 215' - a potential traumatic events happened respectively at the stated degree with an negative issues of greed, sexual expression problem and possible experiencing violence.
Local absence of the IPB at 230' - Space Risk 19 concern with small intestine disturbances , reproductive problem and neuromuscular stress at the spinal of L3, Lumbar vertebrae.
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
An illustration of the combination relationships of IPB, Embryological and Classical signs represent a significance impact on the findings.
a) Observe the Triangle sign at the frontal of the IPB combined with embryological sign at 310' and moderate level of cornea arcus at iris limbus indicates gastrointestinal disturbances, tendency to have gastric ulcer and liver degeneration. Crypts at the inner pupillary zone - 310' illustrate liver stress, fatty liver and poor fat metabolism combined with cholesterol ring !
b) Squared IPB at the frontal of the IPB structure combined with closed lacuna at 75' indicates thyroid disturbances, a genetic history of hypothyroidism.
b2) Bridge formation at the frontal of the collarette combined with defect marking located in the inner pupillary zone at 235' embryologically showing pancreas dysfunction, blood sugar imbalance.