4th Biological Law Of Nature

The ontogenetic-conditional system of microbes

The 4th biological law of nature describes how microbes (without exception) act as nature’s surgeons by breaking down the old-brain-controlled tumours tuberculously during the healing phase. And microbes permeate new-brain-controlled necroses through swelling. At the end of the healing phase, the microbes withdraw again.

Conventional medicine believes that microbes are the cause of infectious diseases. This view seemed to be evident because microbes were always found alongside the so-called infectious diseases. However, this is not true. These alleged infectious diseases were always preceded by a conflict-active phase and microbes only become active with the conflict solution.

Microbes are directed and activated by our brain. They act as nature’s helpers by clearing up superfluous cancer, the tumour (fungi), which is no longer needed after fulfilling its task. Bacteria helps rebuild the holes, necroses, in tissue destruction of the cerebrum group. So they are our faithful helpers. The idea that an immune system fights against evil microbes is simply erroneous, because the microbes are not the cause of “diseases,” they are optimizers of the healing phase.

Microbes ontogenetic-conditional system
The 4th Natural Law of Germanischen Heilkunde assigns microbes to the three germ layers. Specific germ layer related microbes belong to each germ layer related organ group. Our organs have been programmed in the different brain relays of our computer brain, and so have microbes, our faithful special workers, been programmed at the same time.


1. the oldest microbes, Fungi, and fungal bacteria (mycobacteria) are responsible for the endoderm, and to a limited extent for the cerebellum-mesoderm, but only for the old-brain-controlled organs.
2. the old microbes, namely the bacteria, are responsible for the mesoderm and all the organs formed by it.
3. viruses do not exist.

When we say that microbes are responsible this means that each microbial group only interacts with organ groups that have the same germ layer affiliation, i.e., originate from the same germ layer.

External factors do not have an effect on microbes and their capacity to interact or process organ groups. Conventional medicine has wrongly assumed that external factors play a roll in microbial activity. However, their activity is instead determined exclusively by our computer brain.

Microbes were also regarded as something evil that had to be eradicated. This is pure nonsense! We desperately need a whole range of microbes. If we lack the mycobacteria (TBC), for example, for hygienic reasons, we cannot break down our tumours in the healing phase. This has catastrophic consequences for a whole range of tumours. In the case of a thyroid Ca, for example, it means that even though the conflict is resolved, it cannot be degraded and will continue to produce large amounts of thyroxine. This is precisely, because the mycobacteria that normally break down the tumour and allow the thyroxine level to drop back to normal are missing. Also, a Colon-Ca can cause significant complications and must then be surgically removed if mycobacteria are not present.

The old-brain controlled microbes

Mycobacteria have been around as long or almost as long as single-celled organisms have existed, i.e., long before there were animals or humans. They have a straightforward task – to caseate and degrade the old brain’s tumours at the beginning of the healing phase. However, like the tumours themselves, the mycobacteria multiply in the conflict-active phase.

Now we know that mycobacteria (TBC) are necessary (they are also called ” acid-proof rods” because they don’t mind the stomach acid) and that we have to have these mycobacteria from the DHS onward! Suppose we get these mycobacteria after the conflict solution during the healing phase, in this case, they are of no use to this sensible biological special program because they multiply only in the conflict-active phase. Our organism along with its friends, the mycobacterium, get together to produce the exact amount of acid-proof rods as are needed later for the caseation of the tumour. And we fools believed that we had to eradicate tuberculosis.

Every tuberculous healing phase is accompanied by night sweats!

The cerebrum-controlled microbes
Bacteria belong to the cerebrum group. Like all organs controlled by the cerebrum – here especially by the cerebral medulla – induce cell proliferation in the healing phase. That is why bacteria multiply only with the Conflictolysis (conflict resolution).

It is clear that microbes insert themselves sensibly and understandably into the biological process of the sensible biological special programs. They have grown, as it were, with us and for us. In each case, they are a member of a control loop, which had not been understood before. The control circuits of nature cannot function if apprentices arbitrarily remove any elements of the process. Pretty much everything that modern conventional physicians do is nonsense.

Copyright Dr. Hamer
Translated: John Holledauer

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