Health Dr Reams RBTI Sclerology

Health Dr Reams RBTI Sclerology

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While learning RBTI, one will surely come acros the term sclerology. It is one of the many best practices Dr. Reams used (for a while) besides the RBTI equation. It is a non-invasive test based on looking at the lines on the white of the eyes. Before modern sclerology was founded Dr. Reams founded his version based on logics, math and the anotomy. The idea to implement something like this was well ahead of it's time. Dr. Reams plotted a chart of the sclera and put in the eye numbers so it would be easy to use. It is reported by some of his students that later he kind of abandoned it and said he only emphasized the use of it for heart problems. We have also a number of reports that he claimed it should only be used for seeing the progress, nothing else.

But it is a part of the teachings of Dr. Reams, so without making any claims about it's accuracy or inaccuracy, here are the eye numbers based on the latest sclera chart we have:
(slightly larger images are in the article linked at the bottom)

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RIGHT

No.

LEFT

Transverse colon from the hepatic flexure to the navel

1-12

Transverse colon. #1 at navel and #12 at splenic flexure.

Liver-back hurts 9&10 Dorsal out

13-15

Pancreas - 8th Dorsal out

Lower Lung - right [liver] lobe

16-17

Spleen / lower part of lung (when saliva 7.4 or higher spleen, below 7.4 lower lung). When pH below 7.4 and conductivity is highe, the person should have high bloodpressure! At 7.4 and above and high conductivity you may not register high bloodpressure.

9th Dorsal

18

8th Dorsal

Shoulder in joint

19

Left shoulder - joint

Shoulder, back part of, in blade

20

Left shoulder blade - bursitis

Upper Lung - bronchial area

21

Upper lung -bronchial/asthmatic

Lung, under the armpit

22

Left center chest

Young childred-scar tissue from rheumatic heartor infection around heart called Paracarditis

22-24

Angina problems

Breast on women & fleshy part of man

23

Breast - male / female

Aorta Artery - where urea puts pressure on ner center of chest

24

Under the armpit - Angina stress

9th Cervical - a plus involves the 6th and 7th, 1st and 2nd Dorsals

25

7th Cervical

3rd - 4th Cervicals, if plus add 5th Cervical

26

3rd & 4th Cervicals.

Atlas, if plus add Axis

27

Atlas

Back of the head.

28

Back of the head. Axis.

Ear - hearing problem (cod liver oil)

29

Ear - hearing problem (cod liver oil).

Eye and forehead - Strains/Sinus

30

Eye and forehead - Strains or deterioration

 

31

Splenic flexure - small intestines to about 2 ft below transverse colon

Small intestines

31-32

Small intestines

Hepatic flexure: small intestine to Ap 2# below Transv colon

31-35

 

Ovaries

33

Ovaries

Small intestines

34-35

Small intestines

Right side of the spine

35

 

5th Lumbar (R & L) may sign kidney problems

36

5th Lumbar

Right or Left eye - 4th Lumbar out

36

 

Right and Left eye - entire Lumbar region out

36

 

Ascending colon (37 at Hepatic Flex, counting down to 38, 39, 40)

37-42

Descending colon. 37 is the top at the splenic flexure counting down to 38, 39, 40, 41, 42

Ascending colon flexure.

37

 

Ileocaecal Valve.

41

 

Caecum

42

 

Kidney - no water - kidneys slow down

43-45

Kidney

Kidneys inflammed - Atlas, 5th Lumbar, 7th cervical may be thrown out to compensate - R & L

43

 

Apendix or appendix area scar

46-47

Sigmoid - where joins to rectal tube.

 

46

 

Top right of rectal tube

48

Top of rectal tube

Centre right of the rectal tube

49

Left center of the rectal tube.

Right side of the Anus

50

Anus - with plus protrusion possibility.

Bladder

51-53

Bladder

Uterus

54-55

Uterus

Testes

54-55

Testes

Cervix in woman, prostate in man

56

Cervix

Back part of vagina; plus indicates possible yeast infection

57

Back part of vagina; plus indicates possible yeast infection

External part of vagina; plus indicates possible irritation

58

External part of vagina; plus indicates possible irritation

Left knee ankle and calf

59

Right knee and below calf, ankle

Hip - left leg shorter than right leg

60

Right leg shorter than left.
Right & left 60 - Arthritis; may be seen in R/L 19, 20, 59 & 60

Please also consider reading our article about sclerology based on the teachings of the International Sclerology Institute

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