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This Course is Recognised by The Capital University - Washington, DC, USA.

Areas Covered
What is Iridology?
Anatomy of the Eye and Eye Diseases
Eye Zones
Grades of Iris Fiber Density
Iris Constitutions Part 1
Iris Colors
Iris Maps
Fundamental Iridology Signs
Fundamental Pupil and Sclera signs
Perform your first basic iris analysis

Genetic Iris Constitutions
Body Systems
Iris Signs
Pupil and sclera signs

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Course Content


This course will present a comprehensive overview of the Iridological sciences while exploring the continuum of research & development ranging from existing Iridodiagnostic principles to current theories and applications.

This course examines contemporary issues such as the relationship between North American Iris Analysis and several European-Asian Iridodiagnostic principles.


The student shall be able to demonstrate knowledge about Iridology in both historical and contemporary context.
To have the student understand the Central Hypotheses of Iridology.
Expose students to specific techniques of iris reading and begin to practice using a magnifying lens, camera systems and digital iriscope systems.
To instruct students with difficult iris analysis techniques such as brown and highly pigmented eyes.
To teach how pupil reflexes play a primary role in many neurological diseases.
Assist the student in understanding the similarity and differences between American/Jensen Iridology research and current research accomplished in Europe and Asia.
Students will study modern concepts of physiology and doctrine regarding nerve activity and theories.
Students will discover the significance of the eccentric adaptive rings in the iris.
Students will discover the iridodiagnostic significance in detecting a genetically active weakness via the Autonomic Nerve Wreath.
The student will learn about the classifications of toxic dystrophic changes of iris.
Students will discover how structural, reflex and pigment pathological signs are the most informative Iridological signs regarding the location of certain pathological processes in the body.
Students will identify changes of pupil color, dimensions, shape, position, equality and reflector reactions and their clinical significance.
Students will learn how residual spots found in the iris are indicative of the end of pathological process of an associated organ.
Students will learn how visible changes of conjunctiva vessels, crystalline, cornea can add to Iridological conclusions.
Students will discover the importance of hereditary peculiarities in iris color including toxic and drug dyschromias, pigment spots and their color.
To expose the student to numerous variations of iris constitutions and associated treatment principles. To offer student clinical and educational forms for use in clinical practice.
To maintain student motivation and activity throughout their course learning process.
To expose the student to the most current Iridological research developments.
To guide students through complete iris analysis.
To have the student successfully pass examinations.

Iridology Course Level Descriptions

Level One - Introduction to Iridology
This first level introduces the roots of Iridology going back to findings in Tutankhamen's tomb toward current technological advancements. With the absence of magnifying optical devices, impossibility of fixing the image and, especially, the basis of its quantitative analysis, confined the abilities of past researchers. Results obtained by scientists especially during the last 15-20 years have increased considerably our knowledge about these complex exteroceptive areas of the reflected information, associated with the cerebral centers. Examples of hyperspectral imaging research of the iris by the InstituteI is shown to students as a prime example of new iridodiagnostic technology.

Level Two - Anatomy of the Eye
This level covers basic anatomical fundamentals of the whole eye. Other anatomical principles covered include the anterior part of the eye, histology, bio-microscopic characteristics of the iris surface, physiological functions of the iris, pathology of the anterior part of the eye, inborn anomalies of the iris, diseases of the iris, benign tumors of the iris and common pathology of the structures of the anterior eye will be studied.

Level Three - Integrative Iridology Chart
One of the most controversial questions in iridology is the vast amount (40 Plus) of Iridology charts. It has been distinguished that around 70% of iridology charts correspond with each other and around 25% have unique differences. Students are shown how such differences can be justified by learning important factors. Several Iridology charts from past centuries are shown to familiarize the student with Iridology chart development.

The main chart used in this lesson was derived by a very modern computerized Iridology Chart based on Russian-Korean development. By the use of computer and software, the whole eye, pupil and Autonomic Nerve Wreath are automatically detected and measured thus placing the chart correctly over the iris, thus having a high degree of accuracy. Students shall be exposed to this new and highly accurate (90% - Aju University, Korea) iris chart.

Level Four - Structural Signs of the Iris
Structural, reflex and pigment pathological signs are most informative iridological signs. Students will discover how they provide the information about the location of the pathological process, and allow, as far as it is possible in iridology to evaluate their mechanism, stage, character and severity.

Level Five - Constitutional Classification Via the Iris
This discipline will expose the student to numerous variations of iris constitutions and associated treatment principles. From the standpoint of prevention, the identification of a disease process in the pre-clinical phase is more desirable than long-term therapy for damaged organs and tissue systems. This can be achieved by accurately identifying the constitution and the reactive capabilities of the patient with consideration of environmental and stress factors.

Level Six - The Autonomic Nerve Wreath
The autonomic nerve wreath (ANW) is the projection of autonomous (vegetative) nervous system. Students will discover how the Autonomic Nerve Wreath has dual origin: embryological (from fetal membranes) and vascular (from the vessels of the lesser arterial circle). The autonomic nerve wreath is individual for each person; however, students will be shown that it is possible to distinguish the 4 typical forms including its iridodiagnostic significance in detecting active genetic weaknesses.

Level Seven - Pupils and Pupillary Symptoms
The student will learn how pupil reflexes play the primary role in making diagnosis of many neurological diseases, being a part of well-known syndromes: Bernard-Horner, Adie's, Argylle-Robertson, Parinoud's etc. Students will discover how changes of color, dimensions, shape, position of center, equality and reflector reactions of pupils can have clinical analysis significance.

Level Eight - Toxic Dystrophic Signs of the Iris
In this study, the student will learn about the group of toxic dystrophic changes of iris and how Iridodiagnostic tests make it possible to evaluate many toxic-dystrophic processes. Students will also discover how toxic-dystrophic signs are symptoms of organism changes and how to give pertinent lifestyle recommendations.

Level Nine - Heterochromias of the Iris
Students will learn about heterochromias of iris and differentiation between inherited and acquired diffuse and local changes of color. Students will discover the importance of hereditary peculiarities of iris color, toxic and drug dyschromias, pigment spots and their color, tints of iris stroma and why they should be carefully analyzed.

Level Ten - Adaptive Rings and Arcs
Ophthalmologists consider contraction rings to be the simple folds of the iris, and explain their origination by the work of neuro-motor apparatus of the eye and its contraction, dilation of the superficial layers in the iris. However, iridologists believe that some other factors should be taken into consideration since not everyone has such rings and arcs! This level will explore several theories why such rings and arcs occur in the iris.

Level Eleven - Pigment spots in the Iris
It is considered that pigment spots always point to the pathological process in the organism thereby they belong to the very important topic diagnostic signs of iris. Students will learn how residual spots are indicative of the end of pathological process in the associated organ and how their colors, size, form, density are important indicators for clinical evaluation.

Level Twelve - Conjunctiva Signs
The Student will learn how evaluation of bulbar conjunctiva does not duplicate the iridodiagnostic examination but can offer entirely new data to the results of iridodiagnostics. Level Thirteen Iridodiagnostic Procedures Students will study modern concepts of physiology and doctrine regarding nerve activity and theories about how the body's exteroreceptive zones and points are projectively connected with internal organs and systems.

The Course is Recognised by The Capital University - Washington, DC, USA.

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