#501—ATLAS of PUPIL BORDER DYNAMICS
This amazing map expands significantly on the previous work of Deck, Angerer, and the Italian Iridology School, with materials that are both clinically proven and some theoretical.
The pupil shape is known to deform according to nervous system characteristics from pathology resulting from stresses that could include all levels of being—certainly the gross physical level, and more precisely the nervous system.
Pictured via illustration are seven “Odd” shapes, six “Ellipses”, and eight “Flats”, to cover the full range of whole shapes and sectoral flattening as they are currently understood. These shapes at least demonstrate how the pupil border indicates stresses on the nervous system pursuant to dysfunction involving certain bodily systems, specific organs, and other tissues.
New data is offered expanding what has previously been shown about diminished function in the body. Described are pathological conditions, tendencies, mental issues, the influence of parasites, and more—all associated with pupil border phenomena.
As an added bonus, we offer associated negative-reactive emotions (the NREs) and toxics. How many times have you wondered what else those flattened areas at the pupil border were saying? This back-to-back Atlas has all the data you’ll need. Heavy-laminated in 10-mil plastic, 8½” x 11” full color, quality card stock, double-sided.