The “Ojai Plan” includes getting a SLIT LAMP for Iris Analysis (Iridology) at the School of Time Conscious Living.
All human irises are brown … except the irises of an albino.
The deactivated OCA2 gene responsible for “blue” eyes removes most of the brown melanin pigment and reduces the size of the remaining melanin particles to a maximum width of 1/400,000,000 of an inch.
This reduction creates Tyndall scattering, where the shorter blue light rays are reflected back to the observer by the remaining microscopic melanin particles.
There are NO pigmented blue eyes … all blue irises are created by unabsorbed reflected blue light.
(This is similar to the physics of the human “aura.”)
Blue jays, bluebirds, blue butterflies, blue dragonflies, as well as blue eyes, are all free of ANY blue pigment.
If you beat on a blue jay feather with a hammer, the feather will turn black when the surface optical matrix is destroyed.
There’s also no such thing as a white bird feather.
In birds, “white” and “blue” are SCHEMOCHROMES – optically-produced colors from the COHERENT scattering of light, the same interference that causes “color” in an oil slick.
A parallel phenomenon, Rayleigh scattering, the SELECTIVE scattering of light, makes the sky or the ocean appear blue.
Green eyes are caused by an increase in the size and quantity of melanin particles, just as water-borne micro-organisms (phytoplankton, etc.) change a blue ocean to green.
Light brown and dark brown eyes are caused by further increases in the size and quantity of melanin particles.
“Alien” brown pigmentation in an iris usually DOES represent phenotypic – not genotypic – challenges, but normal brown irises are merely biological “sunglasses” for the eyes. :)