Why use circular polaroids?

Thursday 24 August 2023
by  Andre
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Why use circular polaroids?

Each patient presents himself to the doctor with his history and peculiarities.
This story leaves traces that modify his reactions, and therefore his ground.
Some changes are memorized and chronic, others are evolutionary.

In its early days, the discovery of the RAC-V.A.S. was recent and explored a totally unknown field. So it was difficult to have a method and a review strategy that applies to everyone. This explains the multiple approaches of auriculomedicine as and when discoveries.
It is this difficulty that we have studied for years to arrive at the current method that seems more rational and coherent. That’s why I want to explain how I got there.

In 1975, I did several internships with Dr. Simone Fayeton in Le Puy en Velay. Doctor Fayeton is a very renowned unicist homeopath student of Pierre Schmitt and Jacques Baur and who teaches at the GLEM. At that time, she studied auriculomedicine and collaborated with Doctor Nogier in particular for the study of homeopathic prescription using the RAC.

His method was as follows. She used crossed magnets that she placed on the patient’s chest by rotating them until she obtained a RAC and checking that this position restored the transfers of white light. Then she tested two or three remedies that she had determined by the classical homeopathic method using Kent’s repertoire. She then retained the remedy that maintained the good transfers of white light.

Everything was already in this technique: the need to restore good transfers, the orientation of electromagnetic axes.

It was on this basis that I continued my research for years.

First, to see the following facts:
— Transfers are different depending on the direction tested.
— Electrical or magnetic transfers or white light are all different depending on the direction tested.
— Pulsed frequencies also have variable transfers.
— Changing a transfer by placing a test ring on the body changes all other transfers.

At this time, I also find neuromediators, which act on the transfers, each in different directions and in particular Histamine and Glutamic Acid that act on the inter-hemispheric transfers.

Faced with this complexity, I decided that at first, I would study only the transfers of white light that is supposed to contain all frequencies. The difficulty was to restore transfers simultaneously in all three directions of space. It was simple for some patients, complex for others.

It was also at this time that with the auriculomedicine research group (GRAM) we found with Jean-Claude Toureng that the action of the test rings varied depending on whether they were placed on one side or the other. I then observed that even empty test rings had an axis and were not completely neutral.

In 1994, I published a curious observation in the book Auriculomédecine et Homéopathie.

There are simple blockages that can be detected by D.N.A. or R.N.A.. When the white light transfers are good, D.N.A. blockages are detected on the right outer side or on the left posterior side of the ear pavilions. R.N.A. blockages are detected on the left or right posterior outer surface.

When I study neuromediators, I find that when I have a simple D.N.A. block, I have a reaction of V.A.S. for Noradrenaline or for Noradrenaline and Dopamine or for Noradrenaline and Dopamine and Histamine.

When there are more neuromediators for a blockage, it is a double blockage, that’s to say reacting to the combination of D.N.A.+R.N.A. tests.

When I have a simple R.N.A. block, I either have a reaction of V.A.S. for Acetylcholine or for Acetylcholine and G.A.B.A. or for Acetylcholine and G.A.B.A. and Glutamic Acid.

We then named «right set» the D.N.A. tests, Noradrenaline and Dopamine and Histamine and «left set» the R.N.A. tests, Acetylcholine and G.A.B.A. and Glutamic Acid.

This lateralization of neuromediators for a simple blockage is very curious and I have no explanation.

Subsequently Paul Nogier studies linear polarization filters and determines the existence of networks at the body level that vary according to imbalances. So I begin the study of these filters and networks. Depending on the face of the polaroid test and its axis, we have variable reactions. This reaction is also different if the test is placed on the right or left.

I make another curious observation. When the transfers are restored, there is a linear polarizer axis on the patient’s ear that makes the V.A.S. react and that this axis varies according to the hours of the day. When I share this observation with a GLEM colleague, I have this ironic answer: «It’s very convenient, you don’t need a watch anymore». It is true that this observation did not allow any significant progress except the knowledge that there were temporal variations that modified our measurements.

For years, I have been looking for solutions to restore transfers in all three directions of space with linear polaroids. Of course, this varies for each patient and despite multiple searches and combinations, I can not find a technique applicable to all.

In 2012, Daniel Courty told me about the interest of circular polaroids. I then order plates of these polaroids in the USA and I begin to study their actions on our measurements. There are right circular polaroids and left circular polaroids and their action varies depending on their face and where they are placed.

In 2018, I present a first transfer regulator that I perfect until 2021.
These regulators worked well and restored white light transfers in all three directions of space. But, the technique required to highlight the blockages by tests of type of blockages built with neuromediators. And nowadays, it is difficult to obtain certain neuromediators, even in homeopathic dilutions.

I note then that if the transfers of the white light were well restored in the three directions of space, it was not the case of all the electromagnetic transfers. This is probably the reason for the need to have neuromediators to highlight certain types of blockages.

Indeed, it is enough that one of the components, electric or magnetic, of these transfers, is restored so that the white light has good transfers.

Although no longer practicing, I continue my research on myself with the help of Mauricio Vargas who is kind enough to check on his patients. In 2021, I finally find a combination of circular polaroids that restores all electromagnetic transfers.

The principle is that it is necessary to be able to capture the axes of polarization, whatever their directions in space, on 360°. To be valid for all patients, this combination required eight superimposed circular polaroids.

For practical reasons, I dissociated right circular polaroids and left circular polaroids so that they fit in test rings. It is these 4Gr and 4Dr tests that are used today.

The disadvantage of these tests was that their action varied according to the position of the tests. It was therefore necessary to distinguish the front and back. Their construction was delicate. This is why I entrusted the manufacture to SEDATELEC which scrupulously respects the manufacturing method that I provided them, and which by aligning the axes of the polarizers can perform a quality control.

The big advantage of these tests is that they can easily bring out all the primary points of imbalances without the use of neuromediators.

These tests also allowed us other findings.
The 4Dr reacts for what we called the right set. One side of this test placed on the body restores electrical transfers.
The 4Gr reacts for what we called the left set. One side of this test placed on the body restores magnetic transfers.

So here is a beginning of understanding the lateralization of neuromediators, even if it does not explain everything. Circular polarization is perhaps a biological characterization to be studied.

The lessons of this research

Research requires a lot of time.
Discoveries are progressive and only with many observations and time do they become consistent.
Exchanges between practitioners and researchers is fundamental to advancing research. A discovery is never made by a single person. Everyone knows that alone, we go faster, but together, we go further. The idea of a search only arises when one has integrated a lot of information from various sources. This is why it is important to share these ideas and for this internet is a major contribution, but it is up to each one to make its own sorting.

A method can only be evaluated if it is sufficiently consistent and reproducible and this requires many prior studies. Regarding auriculomedicine, it can only be done by practitioners experienced in taking V.A.S..

We are often criticized for using an unreliable and unproven method. This is true, however, each practitioner sees objective results that he obtains. It took nearly 50 years to separate children from their TB mothers at birth and years for the hand hygiene advocated by Sommelweis to be demonstrated and widespread. Pasteurian vaccination is still contested by some and many examples of research that take time to impose itself. Thomas Gold is the author of this sentence: «science is not funny if you are never wrong.». He described among other discoveries a physiology of the ear validated 30 years later despite resistance of all kinds. Some researchers are so specialized in a particular field that they are hard to understand. It takes time.

When it challenges the knowledge of the moment a theory is always immediately refuted by the conservatives in office charged with orthodoxy.

A method may be rejected only if it is the subject of an experiment strictly respecting the same instruments and the same conditions.

But for a theory to be refuted it must first be known and published. Refutation has a positive effect. If this debate is based only on theoretical discussions, it is sterile and endless. But if the participants decide to develop an experiment then new avenues of research can open.


The technique of circular polarizers in auriculomedicine, the result of years of research and reflection, appears to me as a major advance. It should promote standardization of auriculomedicine techniques and allow the development of evaluation protocols. We are lucky to have a non-invasive method and the main thing is not to endanger our patients. You still have to experience it and share your comments with us.



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