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What is Iridology?

What is Iridology?

Iridology is the study of the color, pigmentations, and structure of the iris or colored portion of the eye as they relate genetically through reflex response to the strengths and deficiencies of the body systems.

Iridology complements all the health sciences as it furnishes information, not only about what may be ailing the client, but also about the root cause of the disorder.

In addition, many Iridologists observe the border of the pupil as well as the vascular markings in the sclera to help them better understand more about the overall health of the person.

We believe that Iridology is one of the best assessment tools available to discover which areas of the body are genetically strong and which are deficient. Using Iridology we can analyze the overall constitution according to specific iris colors and markings.

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EyeRonec – iridology camera australia – iridology camera australia

EyeRonec – iridology camera australia – iridology camera australia

EyeRonec’s speciality is to supply you with high quality Iridology cameras, also known as Digital Iriscope, iris camera, eyology and sclerology camera.

Our latest Iridology camera is the 9MP

*The Pebble’s are our latest portable iridology camera australia. We have added 2 white side lighting LED’s which will assist in capturing images of true brown irises. The camera plugs into the USB slot in your computer or Laptop and will run on both Windows and Mac computers. The Pebble camera’s are the perfect camera for iridology students and experienced practitioners alike.

A message from Leo

When I first saw an iridology camera in the late 80s I thought to myself that there had to be a better way . I am sure that many of you believed the same thing. It was that strong belief that motivated me to experiment with photographic equipment for years. Ive had help from people that shared my beliefs and working together we struck gold The first EyeRonec Iridology camera was made and shown on national TV. Many practitioners all over the world started to use our cameras.

We were then asked for a beginners camera, something that new graduates and struggling practitioners could afford. Again I had a strong belief that I could do it, better than anyone else. The first camera was the Microsoft based EyeSpy followed by the Pebble-8 a giant leap in image quality.

Am I happy now? NO. I am always working on improvements as well as better ideas so that one day we will yet again move up a notch. By providing economical equipment I believe that more practitioners can show the patients their eyes live on a screen. This has a big impact on the patient so that they comply better with your recommendations to improve their health. Iridology is such a great modality that enables patients to strengthen any potentially weak areas in their body and to avoid or at least delay degeneration of vital organs. I will continue to help bring more equipment to more practitioners to help people to live a healthier life. To put my money where my mouth is I now give a LIFETIME GUARANTEE on all our cameras. Join the many practitioners already using our equipment and order one for your clinic.

Founded in 1961 by Leo Bongaards, ND MH Dip Ir EyeRonec is backed with over 50 years of electronics industry experience. You will find our products in Australian Embassies all over the world, in Australian Military Installations, in Canberras Treasury and Taxation buildings, in the Institute of sports and many other Government and Private company properties. EyeRonec provides top quality Iridology equipment, Canon Digital Iridology camera complete with LCD monitor, printer and carry-case along with great customer support and 5 year guarantee. Australian designed and made USB Iris cameras and more innovative electronic and health equipment and software. Through our commitment, 50 years of experience, original innovation and expertise EyeRonec products and ideas have been copied by many others but NO-ONE has ever provided a guarantee and service that comes even close to ours! Just check out our website and see for yourself. You can contact EyeRonec by: Phone- Australia 04 0962 2795 Int. +614 0962 2795 (9am-5pm local Sydney Time)

Based on Foreign text by unknown authors, compiled by Leo Bongaards ND
Hypocrites ( 480 360 BC) is said to have used the eyes for diagnosis and the Aztecs practiced some form of eye diagnosis around 1000 BC, Stone carvings show the use of the eye for purpose of determining illness. The Egyptians and Babylonians most likely used iridology and the Chinese and Japanese are said to have used the varying colours of the iris as part of their diagnosis

EyeRis Instructional Videos
We at EyeRonec have spent a lot of time constantly trying to improve our Instruction Manuals trying to make the process of learning how to use our cameras and software easier for our customers. However, we realize that a picture (or video in this case) tells a thousand words.

If you already have the EyeRis software or are considering purchasing EyeRis Iridology Reporting Software check out the video’s below on how to use the EyeRis software

This is a very comprehensive list of Iridology books from ALL over the world, originally prepared by Dr Waniek, unfortunately his interesting website has disappeared. We were able to save this listing in the hope that it may be of use to you. If anyone knows what happened to Dr Waniek please let me know by emailing

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2.1 Subject to clause 2.5, no binding contract for the sale of goods comes into existence until: (a) the Buyer gives the Seller a purchase order; and (b) the Seller gives the Buyer a written confirmation of the order; and (c) the Buyer has accepted the Sellers written confirmation of the order. The Buyer will be taken to have accepted the Sellers written confirmation of the order and these terms and conditions if no objection is received by the Seller from the Buyer by the earlier of: (i) 5.00pm on the 5th Business Day after the issue of the Sellers written confirmation of the order; and (ii) the date of dispatch of the goods.

2.2 Subject to clause 2.5, any confirmation of the order which is taken to be accepted by the Buyer gives rise to a contract for sale of the goods described in the confirmation of the order on these terms and conditions. 2.3 Once the Seller has sent to the Buyer the Sellers written confirmation of the order or (if earlier) has dispatched the goods to the Buyer, the Buyer may not cancel or modify the purchase order without the written consent of an authorised employee of the Seller. If approved, the Buyer must indemnify the Seller against all costs and losses which arise as a result of such cancellation or modification. 2.4 The Seller is not liable for orders placed fraudulently or without authority if the order received from the Buyer is received by: (a) telephone from a person who identifies themselves as being an employee or authorised representative of the Buyer; or (b) email from an email address which appears to have originated from an employee or authorised representative of the Buyer; or (c) fax signed by a person who appears to be an employee or authorised representative of the Buyer, unless expressly agreed otherwise with the Buyer. 2.5 If the Buyer requests immediate dispatch of the goods and the details about the price and description of the goods contained in the Buyers purchase order are correct, the Seller is not required to give the Buyer written confirmation of the order and may immediately dispatch the goods to the Buyer. In this case, the Buyer, in accepting delivery of the goods, is taken to have purchased the goods on these terms and conditions.
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All products are as described and images of pictures taken with cameras are true images without any optimization or photoshopping. The equipment is suitable for the purpose and is in use by the Seller. When equipment is attached to a computer it is the computer that determines the quality of the images and performance. The Seller has no control over the computer of the Buyer and how the software and equipment will react on that computer. The Seller will not be held responsible for the operation or failure of the said computer or the ability of the Seller to operate such.
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4.2 All prices of imported goods quoted are based on the FOB price of the Sellers supplier and the rates of exchange, freight, insurance and customs duty ruling at the date of quotation. The quoted prices may be varied by the same amount by which the Sellers actual costs have been varied as a result of any change in the said rates. 4.3 Subject to clause 4.4 and any statement to the contrary contained in the Sellers quotation, all accounts are on a COD basis and all goods must be paid for in cash or by bank cheque before they are delivered. If the Buyer fails to pay the full purchase price on delivery, the Seller retains the right to refuse to complete delivery. 4.4 If the Buyer has an approved credit account with the Seller the goods supplied must be paid for in cash or by bank cheque within thirty (30) days from the date of invoice or thirty (30) days from the date of shipment whichever occurs first. Where the Buyer is overdue with any payment, the Seller reserves the right to change the Buyer to a COD account. 4.5 Each consignment shall be considered a separate and independent transaction and payment shall be made accordingly. 4.6 All Sellers invoices must be paid in full by the Buyer without set-off. 4.7 Without prejudice to any other right or remedy of the Seller, the Buyer will indemnify the Seller against any costs, fees, charges and disbursements charged by any party engaged by the Seller for the purpose of the collection or recovery of moneys due and payable by the Buyer to the Seller. 4.8 Without prejudice to any other remedy the Seller has, the Seller reserves the right to charge interest on any overdue payment at an annual rate equal to 2% above the rate notified by the Commonwealth Bank of Australia from time to time as being that Banks indicator lending rate. If the Buyer disputes the whole or any portion of the amount invoiced by the Seller, the Buyer must pay the portion of the invoiced amount not in dispute and must notify the Seller in writing of the reasons for disputing the remainder of the invoice. If it is resolved that some or all of the disputed amount ought properly to have been paid at the time it was invoiced, then the Buyer will pay the unpaid amount in accordance with these terms and conditions.
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5.1 Risk in the goods passes to the Buyer when the goods are loaded at the Sellers premises for delivery to the Buyer. Risk of loss in transit is the responsibility of the Buyer.

5.2 The Seller shall retain title to the goods until it has received payment in full for them. Goods belonging to the Seller which have not been paid for in full are held by the Buyer solely as bailee for the Seller and must be: (a) stored separately by the Buyer so that they are identifiable as such; (b) kept in good and serviceable condition; (c) secured from risk, damage and theft; and (d) kept fully insured against risks that are usual or common to insure against in a business of a similar nature to the Buyers business. 5.3 The fact that the Seller retains title to the goods until they have been paid for shall not affect its right as an unpaid Seller or the passing of the risk of the goods to the Buyer pursuant to clause 5.1. Furthermore if payment is overdue, or the Buyer enters into bankruptcy, liquidation, a composition with its creditor, has a receiver or manager appointed over all or any of its assets or becomes insolvent the Seller shall be entitled without prejudice to any other remedy, to repossess and re-sell goods belonging to it and to enter any premises of the Buyer without notice for the purpose of re-possession. The act of supplying and or delivering the goods to a sub-buyer shall be deemed to be an assignment of the proceeds received by the Buyer in respect of the goods from the Buyer to the Seller absolutely and not by way of security.
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If the goods are claimed to infringe on any patent or other intellectual property rights of a third party, or where a risk of such infringement arises, the Buyer accepts that the Seller at his discretion may either: (a) obtain the right from the legitimate holder of the patent or intellectual property right to continue the use; or (b) modify or replace the goods so as to bring an end to the infringement. Should none of these options be available on terms considered fair by the Seller, the Seller may demand that the Buyer refrain from using the goods.
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the Buyer submits a claim in writing to the Seller within seven (7) days of the delivery to which the claim relates. Lost or delayed parcels are the Buyers responsibility unless insurance has been paid for by the Buyer. 10.2 Goods cannot in any circumstances be returned to the Seller (a) without the prior written consent of the Seller: and (b)No parcels will be accepted for repair or refund unless accompanied by a delivery document showing the Sellers Return Authorisation number. c) All sales are final NO refund will be available unless there is an exceptional case, deemed to be valid by the Seller, goods may be taken back in stock, a minimum of 25% of the purchase price, not including freight costs will be deducted from the refund cheque or credit applied to the buyers credit card. The transaction will be completed within 7 days and be final. The acceptance of the funds shall indemnify the Seller from any further action or claims by the Buyer.
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11.1 The following cameras are supplied supplied by the Seller to the Buyer with a ‘Lifetime Warranty’:- (a) EyeRonec Pebble Pro, (b) EyeRonec Pebble 8+2. 11.2 The ‘Lifetime warranty’ covers any faults or issues with the cameras listed in 11.1. The warranty will be redeemed by one of the following options:- (a) The replacement of goods or supply of equivalent goods (b) The repair of the goods. 11.3 The ‘Lifetime Guarantee’ does not include the cameras or software not being compatible with new operating systems. We encourage buyers to ensure that a new computer or operating system will work with their existing software and hardware. 11.4 The purchaser need to send the goods postage paid to the Sellers address with an authorisation number on the parcel. The Seller will return the goods repaired or replaced and tested by mail.
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Iridology, is it nonsense?

Iridology, is it nonsense?

Some opponents of iridology have stated that Iridology is “non-sense” but is this really the case?

First of all let’s look at the facts, most of these critics have absolutely no education or formal training in the science of Iridology yet they have a negative opinion.

They cite several poorly designed Iridology studies that have been reported in Western scientific medical journals. These studies based their evaluations on outdated principles and in many cases, employed Iridologists who had insufficient or outdated training.

Iridology, like most sciences, is constantly evolving, as new information and studies become available this does not however mean that Iridology is invalid.

The adverse effects from these negative research studies have been very destructive to the science and practice of Iridology, especially in the United States. Researchers often find these negative studies as the only sources of information on which to base their opinions.

Often times some of the same critics that claim Iridology is “non-sense” are the ones who are still debating whether or not the use of, Herbs, Chiropractic, and Acupuncture are valid forms of health care.

Meanwhile in countries such as Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom and many Asian countries, have a much greater acceptance of Iridology. In fact, the Russian Government has sponsored Iridology research and has found it to be extraordinarily accurate. Many Medical Doctor’s in these countries have been using Iridology in their practice for decades.

Those who have studied the science and given it an open and unprejudiced consideration have discovered an amazingly useful, non-invasive, analytical tool.

It is of the utmost importance that a person uses good judgment when selecting an Iridologist. They must be sure that their Iridologist is properly trained with the most up to date information by an established and reputable institution.

Used correctly, iridology gives the individual, information concerning their overall health level that is not available in any other way. An iridologist’s services are an important element in a total, holistic health care program.

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Will this harm my eyes?It safe for my eye?

Will this harm my eyes?It safe for my eye?

Absolutely not. You should have no adverse effects from the iris photography. This is not an invasive process.

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The Study of the Eyes: What is Iridology?

The Study of the Eyes: What is Iridology?

Iridology also commonly referred to as Iridology analysis, also mistakenly referred to as, Iris diagnosis, or Iridology diagnosis, is the study of the iris of the human eye.

A more formal description as stated by World renowned American Iridologist, Ellen Tart-Jensen is, “Iridology is the study of the color, pigmentations, and structure of the iris or colored portion of the eye as they relate genetically through reflex response to the strengths and deficiencies of the body.

In addition, many iridologists observe the border of the pupil as well as the vascular markings in the sclera to help them better understand more about the overall health of the person.

Each iris is completely unique. It provides the genetic blueprint to a person’s body. People can often acquire inherited physical weaknesses that may have affected previous family members. These may be detected through iridology. Through iris analysis, the iridologist may be able to determine a person’s overall state of health. Iridology can reveal many things, perhaps most importantly, the possibility of inflammation and irritation in the various bodily parts. In this sense, iridology is a useful analytical tool.
Most modern Iridologist, use an iridology camera to take photographs of their clients, left and right iris. Once they have obtained quality high resolution still images of the iris, they then use an iridology map or iridology chart to begin their iridology analysis. The iridologist may also use iridology software to assist in the iridology analysis.

Iridology complements all the health sciences as it provides information, not only about what may be ailing you, but also about the root cause of the disorder.

Iridology is a safe, non-invasive analytical tool, which can be integrated with both orthodox and complementary medicine.
Iridology helps people learn about their genetic strengths and weaknesses and become more aware of what they can do to help themselves.

Iridologist, believe that iridology is one of the best assessment tools available to discover which areas of the body are genetically strong and which are deficient. Iridology can analyze the overall health according to specific iris colors and markings.

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