Venous Heart & Liver

Venous Heart & Liver

This right lateral sclera is indicating heavy congestion in the liver, and is creating liver-heart disharmony. The acidity of the liver is creating a negative influence into the venous heart, which may cause symptoms such as heart palpitations, abdominal distension,...
Blue Heart Line

Blue Heart Line

This sign 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 involvement)....
Heat Bubbles

Heat Bubbles

Located superiorly in this right medial sclera quadrant are distinct ‘Heat Bubbles’. 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...
Endocrine Insufficiency

Endocrine Insufficiency

This sclera image is of a left lower quadrant, with the area of the uterus (located at 12:40 o’clock) being the focus. This area includes the uterus & cervix in females (prostate & scrotum in men), and bladder. This area is heavily congested, with many...
Somatid (Parasite)

Somatid (Parasite)

There are many different sclera markings 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...
P2: Open Local Secondary Infection (Viral)

P2: Open Local Secondary Infection (Viral)

This marking is present through the back area in this client, and is identified as three thin parallel lines configured close together. The P2 marking is a sign of local, but secondary, viral infection suggesting an extremely weakened immune system, often spreading to...