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'Proving the Existence of the Assemblage Point'

by Dr Angela Blaen

Dr Angela Blaen, formerly a Research Fellow at the University of Exeter, UK, reports on an extraordinary new experiment which measured the assemblage point and the effect of shifting it on the body of a person with serious health problems.

The human assemblage point is the epicentre of the energy field and is an essential aspect of health. If it is not perfectly central in the centre of the chest, various diseases are experienced in direct relation to the displaced location. Knowledge about the assemblage point originally came from American Indian culture and has in recent years become quite sophisticated. Shifting the assemblage point back to centre seems to alleviate a wide variety of physical and psychological ailments.

On 20 July 2001 in the UK, for the first time ever, I measured the energy of an assemblage point from front to back (and vice versa). This was an experiment carried out with a physicist and a very experienced and well qualified medical doctor who is also an acupuncturist. The doctor was the person whose assemblage point we measured. We were using newly invented sensors, developed by the physicist and made from stone dampened with standard isotonic solution - no electricity was involved at all in our measurements, and the sensors are totally non-invasive. The voltage measurements were taken with a WPA ED20 Centre Zero Electronic Galvanometer connected to the skin by Portable Trott Electrodes Mk 3.

First we measured the energy of various organs which were working abnormally. This was performed by measuring from top to bottom of the relevant acupuncture meridians (a malfunctioning organ gives a high meridian reading using the sensors). Since the doctor is diabetic we also took blood sugar readings. The relevant organ readings and blood sugar were too high. The liver meridian readings were -15 fiftieths of a millivolt on left and right sides. The spleen meridian readings were 27 on the right side and 20 on the left side. The blood sugar was 6.8.

Then I found the doctor's assemblage point (high right at back and front) and we measured it. The assemblage point, before moving, read -18. The skin beside the point measured only -2. I then shifted the assemblage point. We measured the previous assemblage point location and there was no reading there. We measured the new location and the assemblage point was there, definitely relocated and even stronger than before at -23. (Surprisingly, the strong assemblage point energy measurement on the skin is found on an area of less than a quarter of an inch in diameter.)

Ten minutes had elapsed since the assemblage point shift, due to the measuring of the old and new assemblage point locations. We then remeasured the acupuncture meridians for the various organs. What amazed me was that they had all, without exception, gone down to normal. (Liver down to -3 on both the left and right meridians; spleen down to -4 on the right and -1 on the left. The blood sugar was 6.0.) That means that the body's organs had become balanced and working normally just through the time of the ten-minute assemblage point shift and the ten minutes which had elapsed since the shift. I had said to my colleagues that I expected to see no difference in the organ measurements for perhaps an hour or even a day. Such a fast reaction to the realignment of the energy body was a complete surprise. Of course, we do not know how long these readings would last and much work now needs to be done.

A further experiment, which took place on 10 September 2001, on an epileptic patient showed that the measurement of the conception vessel meridian (i.e. the head) changed from 80 to a normal 50 after his assemblage point was moved. His measurements were compared to those of volunteers without epilepsy, whose conception vessel readings were 50 before and after a shift. Again, it is impossible to say how long that effect will last but the potential is very significant.

The implications of these tests are immense and exciting, as well as being very personally satisfying. No one has had their ability to locate and shift an assemblage point so well proved in such an independent, objective and scientific manner. The doctor had expected something similar to the results we had, but the physicist, being very scientific, sceptical and always seeking definite proof of anything, was surprised at our results. I think I was too! We had proved that the assemblage point exhibits similar voltages to top to bottom meridian voltages.

This is a huge step forward in assemblage point studies. The fact that the assemblage point exists and has two entry places, one at the back and one at the front of the body, is now scientifically proved. As has the fact that a genuine shift, such as the one described, can be measured and proved to have happened. This means that bogus shifters, and there may be several in existence, can no longer feel that their clients have no means to check to see if the assemblage point locating and shifting they sought actually took place. The most common method of shifting the assemblage point is by the use of quartz crystal wands but this takes considerable skill and carefully chosen, large, sound crystals. Very large clear quartz (rock crystal), smoky quartz and rose quartz are the best types and I would not recommend other types of stone. I do not believe it is possible to permanently and reliably shift an assemblage point with crystal wands which are imperfect or less than seven inches long and less than an inch in diameter.

Shifting with a pair of wands is more effective and reliable than using just one wand at the front, unless the single wand is very large and energetic.  At The Assemblage Point Centre we provide to our students and sell to the public very large single or pairs of wands, which are excellent for shifting the assemblage point.  We advise that training with us means that these wands are used to their maximum potential and shifting can be performed safely. 

It is also possible to shift the assemblage point, as I did on the day of this experiment, using diamond and carnelian in electronic gem equipment such as the Theragem, which is also available for sale in this site.  This method creates a vortex which gently pulls the assemblage point into the correct position.  Also possible is shifting the assemblage point with gem equipment soon to be on the market – see

© 2001 Dr Angela Blaen (revised 2008)



This article first appeared in WhatMedicine?, Winter 2001. It was revised by the author in 2008.



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