Iris Analysis and Foot Glyphology

There are two sciences that when used together, an accurate picture of wellness unfolds. They are Iridology and Foot Glyphology.

What is Iridology?

Iridology is the science of analyzing the irides of the eyes for constitutional strengths and weaknesses,

Iridology is used as an assessment tool. It is not a medical exam or a definitive diagnosis of disease. Rather, it proposes to recognize:

* Toxins and their locations
* Stages of Inflammation
* Inherent Weakness or Strength (organs and tissues)
* General Health level
* Biochemical needs

What is Foot Glyphology?

Foot glyphology is the art and science of analyzing the lines and markings of the feet in order to assess physical wellness. A wealth of information is gathered from this assessment, which includes digestive wellness, immune wellness, organ and tissue wellness and much more.

Sending pictures via internet or mail

We can assess your wellness state by internet or mail if you send us clear photos or your irides and the bottom of both feet where the lines can be seen.

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Iris photos

To take the best photos for your reading, set your camera to MACRO and try, if possible, to use natural, daytime indoor light with a flash. Set the size of the photo for a higher resolution, with a minimum of 2.5M (2208 x 1248). 4.5M (2784 x 1568) is best.

Step 1: Taking Your Iris Photos with a Digital Camera
  1. Set Camera to Macro Setting.
  2. Increase Resolution to 4.5M (2784 x 1568).
  3. Turn on Flash.
  4. Use Indoor Daylight.
  5. Stand sideways from any window (facing the window will cause glare).
  6. Have someone else hold the camera or use a tripod and timer.
  7. Hold the upper and lower eyelids open to make entire iris visible.
  8. Take one photo of each iris at a time.
  9. Keep the eye close to the camera. On Macro Setting, you can be 4-5 inches from the lens.
Step 2: Checking Your Photos for Lighting and Clarity
  1. Check the photo on the Viewfinder of your camera. Use the zoom feature to see the iris.
  2. Be sure the iris is clear; otherwise try again.
  3. Be sure there is no red eye; otherwise turn on ‘red eye reduction’ and try again.
  4. Be sure the entire iris is visible; otherwise try again.
  5. Be sure there is no significant glare on the iris; otherwise turn your body slightly away             from any window and try again.
Step 3: Emailing Your Final Iris Photo Results
  1. You may crop the photos so only the eye is visible to reduce the file size.
  2. If this is too much work, then simply email the entire photo.
  3. You can send 3-5 pictures of the Left Eye in one email.
  4. You can send 3-5 pictures of the Right Eye in another email.


Foot glyphology