Regressive Axiatonal Lines of Randolph Stone

Randolph Stone (born as Rudolph Bautsch; 1890-1981) was a founder of Polarity Therapy. This therapy is eclectic method, which combine approaches from Osteopathy, Chiropractic Healing and Naturopathy and some other stuff. In 1948 he published book “Energy – The Vital Principle in the Healing Arts,” where he integrated all of the different approaches that he had used in his therapeutic work by this single unifying principle of ‘energy.’

After Giuseppe Calligaris and his linear lines, Randolf Stone was the second practitioner who started to use axiatonal lines. I have already written about the connection between his triangulations, zigzag lines, circling, pentagrams, hexagrams of Randolph Stone and commonly known axiatonal lines (transversal or latitudinal lines, longitudinal lines, triangulation lines, zigzag or diagonal lines). Randolph Stone also started to use special type of axiatonal lines, based on polarity pattern. For the right side of the body these axiatonal lines are going down on the right side of the body, then out of the right foot, up on the ride side space and back to the body, entering the right part of the head. For the left side of the body these axiatonal lines are going up on the left side of the body, then out of the left part of the head, down on the left side space and back to the body, entering the left foot. There are adequate lines on the hands, too.

 

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Axiatonal Lines of Randolph Stone. Source: Randolph Stone, Book II, Chart 3.

For these axiatonal lines, it can be said:

  • They are based on duality, so they are more postnatal than commonly known axiatonal lines, known from The Reconnection and similar modalities;
  • According to description of J.J. Hurtak they can be labeled as regressive axiatonal lines: they are connected to meridian system of TCM, but they don’t try to reach height of Heaven and depth of planet Earth.

In modern times platform of “Ascension Glossary” reused these lines in its description of axiatonal lines:

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