Eyes

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  • #13334
    Neal Pepperell
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      Every time I blink or close my eye’s for a second or two, I see the hoof print of a Deer. My two Natural animals are Buzzard, ( buteo buteo) and Badger (Meles meles).

      #13335
      john welch
      Participant

        The fallow deer (Dama dama) can weigh to 100kg. Are the hooves male or female?

        #13364
        Dave TheDruid-3X3
        Participant

          Awens to All:

          Is there a Divinatory Art that is based on the Color and Patterns of the Iris like there is a Divinatory Art of Reading the Lines on One’s Palm?

          3X3

          #13378
          Dowrgi
          Participant

            Is there a Divinatory Art that is based on the Color and Patterns of the Iris like there is a Divinatory Art of Reading the Lines on One’s Palm?

            Yes, sort of, it’s called iridology and dates from at least the 16th century. Nevertheless, I personally wouldn’t set great store in it to be honest because the structures of the eye are pretty stable from birth and if this were not the case, biometrics and iris-recognition technology wouldn’t work.

            Bennathow
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            #13385
            john welch
            Participant

              In my case, it detected the 2 food allergies I have when a hospital allergy test didn’t. The response is in small dots where the iris top-to-bottom is said to represent the body head-to-toe.

              #13386
              Dowrgi
              Participant

                Hi John,

                I’m glad you were able to deal with your allergies. However, nothing I’ve read from a medical or scientific point of view seems to back up iridology.

                Bennathow
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                #13389
                john welch
                Participant

                  Scientifically , the score is Hospital 0 , Iridologist Practitioner-Person 1.
                  Patient: bingo.

                  #13392
                  Dowrgi
                  Participant

                    Hi John,

                    As I said before, I’m glad you’re happy with the detection of your allergies because they can really spoil one’s quality of life.

                    Nevertheless, I don’t think you can call something scientific unless it can pass numerous tests, be replicated under laboratory conditions, succeed in trials and so on, and in the case of iridology, the evidence I’ve read doesn’t really suggest that is the case. The anecdotal evidence and proverbial swallows that don’t make summer are not enough upon which to make any real claims in my opinion.

                    #13398
                    john welch
                    Participant

                      Oh well, I tried Divinatory Future Readers. When they advertise, I ask why them they don’t know my email and that I want to know the future.

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