Based on Color: Blue Eyes
Crystal Maceira, CBP, LMT, MH
November-December 2020 • Vol 3, No 112
In the last article, I wrote about the three main Constitutions of the iris, which are Lymphatic, Biliary and Hematogenic. I also talked about what happens when you come in to receive an iris analysis from me. You can find that article (including a zone chart) in the Archives at NaturalLifeNews.com.
In this segment, we will be discussing the next area the Iridologist looks at when performing an analysis. There is much information to be gleaned from just the blue iris, so I will be showing subtypes for only blue eyes in this article.
Subtypes in a Lymphatic (blue) iris can be seen easier because of the lighter fibers in the eye. There are only two subtypes in the Biliary (hazel) iris, and none in the Hematogenic (brown) iris, although with the upgrades in technology, I can see one of the subtypes by color. I will cover hazel and brown eyes in the next issue