Sclerology is the science and art of observing the markings and colorings in the whites of the eyes as signs of compromised health.
These markings constitute images of pathological conditions and imbalance which starts to manifest in the body.
Sclerology, explores the condition of the body tissues.
The Value of Sclerology
The Sclera analysis adds valuable information to the Iris analysis.
The iris information shows inherited strengths and weaknesses, genetic traits, time risks, traumas, space risks, emotional traits
while the Sclera analysis verifies and enhances data obtained by physical iridology and other health evaluation techniques.
Sclerology shows the current health situation physically and emotionally.
The client then can be educated on potential conditions before they manifest as symptoms,
understand both inherited and developed health predispositions, and reveal pathology that is past, current and potential.
Sclerology enhances clinical health evaluation practice significantly.
What can be seen in the Sclera?
• Stress and congestion of any significance in every area of the body
• In which organs or tissues pathology begins
• The spread of disease from one organ to another, which organs are involved, and to what degree (cause and effect)
• Physical injury, various types of trauma, metabolic diseases and tumor development
• Infection by various categories of parasites and other harmful organisms
• Disease syndromes, and how they develop
• Emotional sensitivity and reactive-emotion-related disease
• Cardiovascular, liver, and all other organ disorders
• Risk for a heart attack or stroke
• Lymphatic-Immune response and its composite
• Drug-induced disorders
• Tumor and neoplasm development
• Sugar metabolism disorders
• Effect of X-Ray, microwaves on body tissues
• The efficiency of a given therapy through time, healing signs
The History of Sclerology
Drawings from Chinese texts suggest that they knew and practiced Sclerology since ancient times.
It is likely that other cultures have a similar tradition, like the Native American Indians.
However, in those most ancient cultures, knowledge was passed orally. Dr. Stuart Wheelwright (ND) was introduced to the Nez Perce
and Blackfoot Indians who taught him their use of sclerology. He made drawings based on that information and produced the first western map in 1968.
The second map is from the early 197`s and was done by Dr. Dory Dretton from his studies with
Dr. Clarence Patrick "Sundance" Hathaway (the Blackfoot Native American) and Dr. Wheelwright.
Modern maps were developed by Dr. Jack Tips and by Leonard Mehlmauer ND based on their most updated research in the field of sclerology.