Sclera Markings

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...

Thickening Line

Thickening Line

The thickening line is an acidic 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 the ureter....

Encapsulation

Encapsulation

An encapsulation is essentially a tumour or cyst, as when the body creates an encapsulation it encloses some form of foreign or unwanted material to protect the surrounding tissue or organ/s, as well as the body. This material may just be made up of excess fat...

Blood Pressure Loop

Blood Pressure Loop

This marking is such an excellent example of a blood pressure loop, or a 'Squiggle' line. It is topolabile sign, meaning it is not relevant to its location in the sclera, and is systemic. The blood pressure loop presents exactly as it is named - as a loop along a...

Anxiety Tetanic Rings

Anxiety Tetanic Rings

Although this marking is considered in Iridology, we do incorporate a brief assessment of the iris within our Sclerology consultations to explain the persons constitutional makeup and provide a better and more holistic understanding of the clients body chemistry, with...

Tiny Fork – Pain Line

Tiny Fork – Pain Line

This sign 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 recently had a...

Pinguicula

Pinguicula

A Pinguicula resembles a globule of fat on the outer layer of the sclera (conjunctiva) to the left or right of the iris, most often with a yellowish appearance. The Pinguicula represents fat metabolism dysfunction at the level of the liver, with associated symptoms of...

Detour

Detour

The detour sign is a marker for neoplasm development. In this sclera image the detour is showing in the parathyroid area (located medially from the caruncle and toward the upper eyelid), with the lower line crossing over the wavy line located superiorly in a detoured...

Healing

Healing

When the body heals itself, or surgery takes place, the lines or markings showing the congested area of the body in the sclera will also fade, eventually disappearing. The only lines that will not fade that have been present in your sclera from a very young age (of...