Locating NVAs—Part One [Grand Medicine Eyology Lesson #125]

Leonard Mehlmauer1*

1 Grand Medicine, 900 La Fiesta Way San Marcos, CA 92078, USA

*Corresponding Author: Leonard Mehlmauer,Grand Medicine, 900 La Fiesta Way San Marcos, CA 92078, USA, Tel: 619-240-3711; Fax: 619-240-3711; E-mail: gm@grandmedicine.com

Citation: Leonard Mehlmauer (2020) Locating NVAs—Part One [Grand Medicine Eyology Lesson #125]. Medcina Intern 4: 147.

Copyright: © 2020 Leonard Mehlmauer. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

Received: April 02, 2020; Accepted: April 13, 2020; Published: April 16, 2020.



In this series, we will briefly consider a case that shows an unusual number of a certain type of sign that indicates or suggests a bodily environmentin which abnormal or neoplastic tissue (medically called “cancer”) can develop or is presently developing. The series is necessarily in outline form, for if, as associated with this case, we were to exhaust all Eyology signs in our current understanding—including even small foto images—we could easily cover 50 pages. We will use the lab terms and abbreviations common to Sclerology science.

In Eyology practice, particularly the physical levels of Physical Iridology and Sclerology, we are increasingly faced with the consideration of so-called “cancer”. Of course, unless so qualified, it is not ours to make such diagnoses. Eyology does not necessarily see pathology in “real time”. However, we can see tissue qualities that are quite substantial and that would be the envy of any diagnostician. In Sclerology, e.g., we can see signs suggesting an environment that is vulnerable to abnormal tissue growth, fostering neoplasm(new growth, “cancer”), or is currently in a stage of its development. And we can see this process up to three years in advance of symptoms.

The irises, too, while not always or even generally as up-to-date as Sclerology in terms of showing current pathology, can still provide such a window into neoplastic development. The appearance of the reddish Central Heterochromia, the rich red spot-type pigments, the single tarry black spot pigment in one iris, and the three pre-cancerous Dispositions, are examples. The scleras can show us neoplastic environments via at least 10 known “Neoplasm” markers—and possibly (theoretically) 6 more. We have referred to these specifically as the “N” signs (N1, N2, N3, etc.), which are now known generallyas the NVAs, or “Neoplasm Vulnerable Areas”.

Three years ago, we were approached by patient (Pt) Mort (fictitious name) who complained of having to arise at night 2-4 times to urinate. Altho we immediately suspected a prostate problem, we knew that the kidneys and other parts of the urogenital could also be involved. Of course, we always want to get a good Intake (health questionnaire), preferably to study before seeing the Pt, in order to get a living or “visceral” sense of him before taking the Eyology images. At his initial visit, his weight seemed normal. During the following year, he dropped some weight. Was this due to his improved (higher % raw) diet or a significant current disease process?


Over the following year, Mort described some improvements to his diet. When the diet and the prostate herbs he was taking didn’t seem to resolve his situation, we Rx’d blood tests. The test markers suggested kidney problems and anemia. His creatinine and prostate-specific AG were high. His glomerular filtration rate (GFR), alkaline phosphatase, TSH, RBCs, hematocrit, and hemoglobin were low. A plan was made to see a Urologist and/or a Nephrologist for further evaluation. Meanwhile, we took the opportunity to examine his latest Eyology fotos specifically for NVAs. Figure 1.

Figure 1:

Sometimes, just a cursory exam of a given sclera image can tell us when we need PhotoShop enhancements to draw out hidden details. At other times, important markers such as NVA signs can be hidden or more difficult to discern. Currently, the PhotoShop Elementsprogram meets the Eyologist’s purposes. Approaching Mort’s images, we note that some of them suggest the need for solarize, brightness and contrastenhancements. To learn the location of markings, our focus is the Quadrants, not the research angles (see bullet points, below). Figure 2.

Figure 2:

These days, altho most sources say about 50% of Americans will be diagnosed with cancer, we are used to seeing NVAs in about 70% of adults (USA). In his eval process, we learn that every single one of Mort’s Quadrants displays NVAs! This is rare. The recent average of such signs has been two Qs with NVAs per person. Unless we are medically qualified, we want to be careful to not “diagnose cancer”. Eyology’s ability to evaluate and to show at least the potential for “cancer” (NVA) is sufficient for our purposes.

Sclerology Things to Remember (for further details in the study of Sclerology, visit www.eyology.com)

  • In Sclerology, we do not want to be finding “N” signs where they do not exist
  • I.e., “N” signs occur only as s-lines, not as e-lines or as o-lines
  • The N4 consists of a series of connected straightish lines
  • In determining the location of any Sclera lines, we want to stay within the Qs
  • I.e., Research Angle images are used to show connections, not for precisely locating sclera line markers
  • We are looking for patterns—as in the adjoining-strate-lines pattern that characterizes the N4

In Mort’s LUQ (shown here in two fotos—diagrammed first without and then with enhancement), we see a liteCong line (from Layer 3, Substrate 1) apparently involving the emotional-sexual center (L20°-30°Z3-5) as an N4 NVA which then moves inferiorly into the e-Stomach and remains as such. We also see a hiCong line emanating from the Vital Force (etheric energy), plus a separate N4 that is in the lower jaw area. Especially notice the influence line from the brain area that connects the brain centers with the stomach.

This Pt worked in an industry that employs certain pesticides. He assured us that his current position involved sales only, and no real contact with the chemicals. We will look at other Quadrant fotos and consider this case further in future parts of this series.