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What is Sclerology?

 

What Is Sclerology?

“Sclerology may be generally defined as the science of the markings in the whites of the eyes describing conditions of health. More precisely, it is the study of those markings and colourings in and on the sclera layers, as differentiated from the signs within the bulbar sclera conjunctiva membrane, which overlies the sclera.

The red lines and the other markings and colourings in the whites of the eyes actually correspond to real conditions within the body. Their size, shape, configuration, shading and various other aspects describe health qualities. And why not? There are many other maps to and of the body found on its surface. Sclerology is therefore a means of looking into a person’s eyes to see what is happening with his/her health, to get a sense of what is most pathologically important. It shows exactly where the highest stress and congestion are located in the bodily being, where such stress and congestion are coming from (origination cause), how much of the stress is emotional, how much physical, and how much both combined. In other words, Sclerology shows pathology.

Sclerology is a way of viewing inherited tendencies to weakness, and of seeing serious disease processes. It is a means of health evaluation that is accurate, and its basics are relatively easy to learn (although it has its degree of complexity). It has important tissue information on systemic pathology, and it can therefore be valuable to the healer/practitioner.”

– ‘Sclerology: A New View of an Ancient Art’, Leonard Mehlmauer, ND

Sclera Markings

Bordered Meander (Vascular Degeneration) – Sclerology

This Sclerology marking indicates congestion, hardening, thickening, loss of elasticity, and degeneration of vascular walls and possibly heart valves. The medical terms ‘artherosclerosis’ and 'arteriosclerosis' can both be applied in this instance, with the client...

Blue Heart Line – Sclerology

This Sclerology marking is an indication of significant and chronic stress and/or congestion in the coronary vessel - in this client it is seen in the right lateral quadrant, indicating vein involvement (if the sign were in the left, it would indicate arterial...

Chemical Liver – Sclerology

The above sclera image shows some slight chemical liver Sclerology markings (the red, acidic flickers of lines that do not join to anything). This sign can reflect excessive amounts of OTC drugs, recreational drugs, prescription medication and/or alcohol or smoking...

Somatid (Parasite) – Sclerology

There are many different Sclerology marking to indicate parasitic presence within the body, ranging from generalised systemic parasite presence to specific worms and parasites. The somatid parasite is distinguished by a specific marking, resembling a literary bracket...

Heat Bubbles – Sclerology

Located superiorly in this right medial sclera quadrant are distinct 'Heat Bubbles' Sclerology markings. Heat bubbles generally occur when the body is trying to fight of an invader (eg. viral or parasitic infection - most commonly the protozoa parasite) by causing the...

Tiny Fork (Pain Line) – Sclerology

This Sclerology marking is not a common one, and has been named as a pain line local to where it is positioned in the sclera. This right lower sclera quadrant shows a a tiny fork moving into the transverse colon. Upon questioning, this client advised that they had...

Liver Dysfunction – Sclerology

The above sclera image has a very strong, acidic line running into the liver area of the sclera (to the left of the iris). This shows acute congestion of the liver and this Sclerology marking is simply called the Liver Dysfunction sign. This may be caused from...

Thickening Line – Sclerology

The thickening line is an acidic Sclerology marking of heightened congestion, and holds negative tendencies. A line should always be thicker at the base, and not at the tip as it nears the iris. In this sclera image this sign can be seen in the kidney area, ending in...

Uneven Parallels (Fatty Buildup) – Sclerology

There are multiple 'uneven parallels'  (Sclerology markings) in the medial quadrant of this right eye. This sign presents as it is named, as uneven parallels (one thicker line parallel to a thinner line), and indicates a degree of fatty buildup within the arterial...

Connective Tissue Breakdown – Sclerology

Connective tissue breakdown Sclerology markings are most often located in the lateral, medial and lower quadrants, and is identified as multiple very fine hair-like parallel lines. This marking is often associated with chronic degenerative diseases, and is an...