Over a 9-year period (2004-2013), GranMed collected research data for a new Sclerology map. On starting the project, we soon found we had uncovered far too much data to reasonably fit onto one single map. Solution—just as we did with the Physical Iridology map: a map book. But we didn’t stop there. During the process and progress of developing Sclerology’s first-ever MapBook, ideas kept popping up that we “just had to add”—including some cutting-edge material that wasn’t even in the SclerAforms© (research) manuscript.
Result: an advanced teaching manual plus a whole new paradigm in Sclerology science. The original MapBook showed all the common body systems—Brain & Nervous, CV, GI, Hepatic-Biliary, etc.—plus Ancillary areas, Zones, Etheric-Emotional, Mind & Psyche, and more. That was in 2014. Little did we know that so much more was to come!
Since then, with several more years of painstaking study and clinical experience, we realized certain advancements were pushing the envelope of what we had gained with the original sclera MapBook. Very careful research based on clinical evidence showed that the individual map areas were expanded beyond what we had originally thot. In fact, some were farther than we had ever imagined possible (logic bowing to reality).
Therefore, many areas of the MapBook have been expanded. Plenty color diagrammed fotos have been added. References to the Upper-Q book and the upcoming Sclera Map Areas Parameters Index© and the Sclera Marker Locator© are added. The new MapBook’s index has been expanded. Plus, of course, we’re including new discoveries in Sclerology and (incorporated) in other sciences that help explain the material. A transparency CD comes with the book. At this time, we can confidently say that this 2nd edition of the Sclerology MapBook is our finest work to date. Projected availability is Spring 2020.
Meanwhile, if you simply must have the popular first edition of the Sclerology MapBook, a few copies are still available.