Description - Disease Signs In The Iris by Theodor Kriege
Disease Signs in the Iris is intended for those who already have knowledge of the basic principles of irisdiagnosis. Part 1 is a translation from the German of the original work on iris interpretation by Theodor Kriege- Krankheitszeichen in der Iris. The disease signs are considered and explained as shown in original iris photographs. With few exceptions the conditions depicted have been confirmed by special methods of diagnosis, such as radiographic and blood investigations, as well as by the findings of surgical operations. The monochrome photographs especially highlight the structural changes and contrast values. The original text has been translated by A.W. Priest, and in Part 2 he correlates the iris findings with appropriate herbal and biochemical medication.
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Author Biography - Theodor Kriege
Theodor Kriege was introduced to irisdiagnosis very early in his professional career through Frau Magdelene Madus and her daughter Frau Eva Flink, and the subject became fro him a lifetime's preoccupation. He was always ready to communicate his knowledge to others and many well-known irisdiagnosticians of the present acknowledge their indebtedness to him. His considerable experience has been recorded in various professional writings, as well as in the two books Fundamental Basis of Irisdiagnosis and Disease Signs in the Iris. or some years Theodor Kriege lectured at the Heilpraktiker College at Duisburg. In 1970 he was awarded the Ignaz von Peczely prize by the International Colloquium for Ophthalmotropic Phenomenology at Wetzlar and was an honorary member of the World Iridology Fellowship. .A Priest is a naturopath who has pursued a special interest in irisdiagnosis for the past 40 years. He was some-time Vice-Dean of the British College of Naturopathy and more recently Director of Education to the National Institute of Medical Herbalists. He was in personal contact with Theodor Kriege for a number of years and published the English translation of his basic text