Transversals are oblique firbes that traverse the radial landscape of the iris. They should be viewed as genetic links to the family tree. According to clinical research, transversals are apparent in twenty-five percent of the population. Learn how to determine the significance of transversals based on colour, shape and location. Integrated Iridology Module 1.7.
Based on chapter 17 of the Integrated Iridology textbook.
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