Iridology is the study of the irises of the eyes as maps of the entire body. It is a non-invasive assessment of certain aspects of health. It shows inherited strengths and weaknesses as well as some acquired traits, areas of relative over and under-function and as such can try to assess areas where things could be optimised.

The diagram on the left is an example chart of the areas of the iris of the right eye (mirror image). There is a lot of close up detail contained within the iris including possible fibre anomalies, pigments, whitening and shape variations of the structures it contains. Sclerology is a similar study of the blood vessels, colours and patches of the whites of the eyes which adds more information to that obtained from iridology.

I initially learnt iridology from from Lawrence Plaskett in 1992 which included the Jensen and Deck approaches. In 1999 I was taught by further by Douglas Morrison including more details relevant to body electronics and importantly sclerology as taught by John Ray. In 2007 I came across the books by John Andrews which give much more detail due to the copious amount of research that has been done in recent decades. Where there is discrepancy, I take his explanations over the earlier iridologists for this reason.

Iridology and Sclerology in Body Electronics

Iridology and sclerology have been used extensively in Body Electronics and are commonly taught as part of the whole system. It is one way to track down the fruitful body points used for pointholding.