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Diabetes – Cause – Therapy – Healing

Diabetes – Cause – Therapy – Healing

According to the 5 Biological Laws of Nature in Germanische Heilkunde®, every so-called disease has two-phases if there is a conflict solution. We used to have hundreds of “cold diseases” described in our medical textbooks and hundreds of obviously “hot diseases.”

The “cold diseases” were those in which the patients had cold outer skin, cold extremities, were in constant stress, lost weight, and had trouble falling asleep and staying asleep. These include cancer, MS, angina pectoris, neurodermatitis, mental and mood diseases, and diabetes.

The other kinds of “diseases” include all so-called infectious diseases, rheumatic allergies, exanthems, etc.

The “Maps of the Brain,” which I first compiled in August-September 1983, contains each part of the brain, the corresponding organ, and the related conflict content.

The “IRON RULE OF CANCER” and the “Law of the two-phase nature of all diseases when there is conflict resolution” were the prerequisites to find the 3rd law of nature, the “ontogenetic-conditional system of tumours and cancer equivalents.” It is limited to cancer diseases and is also valid for the so-called “cancer equivalents” (functional failures).

There are no cancer equivalents for the old-brain organs, but only cancer and – in the positive case – the healing phase after the resolution of the conflict.

For the mesodermal cerebrum-controlled organs (bones, connective tissue, lymph nodes, etc.), there are also no cancer equivalents, but only “cancer” in the form of necroses, osteolysis, tissue holes, in short, cellular fusions in the positive case of a conflictolysis – with refilling of the substance defect during the healing phase.

Cancer-equivalent diseases, or cancer equivalents for short, are ectodermal-cortical controlled diseases that show a loss of function instead of cellular or parenchymal substance defect or cell fusion. These include motor paralysis, visual and hearing impairment, diabetes, and glucagon insufficiency with their corresponding conflicts and so-called Hamer Focus in the brain.

However, despite alteration, these cells still seem to be functionally restitutive after many years of conflict activity following conflict resolution.
With this tool, i.e., the knowledge of the five biological laws of nature and the knowledge of the course’s typical symptoms on the three levels of the psyche – brain – organ, one can now work causally and quasi reproducibly meaningfully in medicine – also with diabetes.

If we first look at the conventional medical type classifications and described symptoms in diabetes, then the diabetes types I, II and II b are – roughly speaking – actually completely arbitrary classifications:
Type I up to 40 years of primary diabetes
Type II a 40 and older slim (without obesity)
Type II b 40 and older fat (obesity)

The symptoms of diabetes mellitus are reported to be:

  • Polydipsia (much thirst
  • Polyuria (much urination)
  • Tiredness
  • Fatigue
  • Reduced performance
  • Weight loss
  • Visual disturbances
  • Hypoglycemia with hunger pangs
  • Hypoglycemia
  • Cold sweats
  • Tachycardia
  • Muscle cramps (hypoglycemia)
  • Nausea and vomiting

The complications are as follows:

  • Hypoglycemic shock (low blood sugar)
  • Diabetic ketoacidosis (hyperacidity).
  • Hyperglycemic hyperosmolar coma.

If we look at this smorgasbord of symptoms, according to which conventional medicine declares its so-called “diseases,” no sensible person can understand this nonsense because most symptoms are the opposite of diabetes, namely hypoglycemia!

Fortunately, the Germanische Heilkunde has clear answers to almost all questions:
There are two sugar centers frontally in the fork of the brain ventricles:

  • left hemispherically, the glucagon center (= hypoglycemia center) = alpha islet cells
  • on the right hemisphere, the insulin center (= hyperglycemia center) = beta islet cells.


Cerebral Cortex
Cerebral Cortex

A sexually mature, right-brained woman (i.e., pre-menopausal) with no previous conflicts would suffer hypoglycemia from a fear-disgust conflict. That causes her to eat a lot (glucagon production by the pancreas’ alpha islet cells and liver decreased).

Suppose the same woman enters menopause with the same conflict of fear-anxiety. In this case, she reacts on the brain’s right side instead of the previous left hemisphere. The hypoglycemia now more or less quickly turns into hyperglycemia (with reduced insulin production), i.e., type IIa or b diabetes, i.e., “adult-onset diabetes.”

The patient often oscillates “between the worlds” for months or years, i.e., sometimes has hypoglycemia – which is usually not measured! – and sometimes hyperglycemia (= diabetes), or both centers react simultaneously with “still” and “already” conflict, which can balance each other out all in all.

When right-handed young women take the pill, the fear-disgust conflict usually jumps to the right side and makes diabetes.
In the left-handed young woman, the fear-disgust conflict immediately makes diabetes. But when taking the pill and climacteric, the same conflict makes hypoglycemia.
These statements are not theories, but can be precisely proven in each individual case.

However, there are more possibilities, which, as we will see, are just as logical. One can suffer, e.g., first a hypoglycemic / fear-disgust conflict as a right-handed person, but in the second step a masculine conflict of resisting it.
The patient is now in a one could say schizophrenic diabetic constellation and has constant disgust and self-disturbing dreams. Depending on whether the left-cerebral (hypoglycemic) conflict or the right-cerebral (diabetic) conflict is emphasized, the serum glucose value is lower or decreased or higher or increased.

The right-handed man can suffer from the 1st conflict. Only a conflict of resistance, i.e., organically decreasing the insulin level, i.e., diabetes with increased blood serum glucose values. In climax virile or, e.g., testosterone blockade pseudo therapy, diabetes would change to hypoglycemia, i.e., a decrease in glucagon levels. Then all doctors falsely think diabetes has disappeared due to some (anti-diabetic) therapy.

The left-handed man naturally suffers a Hamer Focus left-cerebrally with hypoglycemia during the same (male) conflict of resisting. In the climax virile, the left-handed man would suddenly (according to conventional medicine without recognizable cause) get diabetes (adult-onset diabetes!). Provided that the conflict remains active. Again, of course, there are two individual conflicts (= schizophrenic sugar-conflict constellation).

Now things get a bit more complicated but remain equally logical: the cortical constellations: We have already briefly discussed the “sugar-conflict constellation.” However, a patient can have another cortical conflict in the so-called “territorial area” on the right or the left.

From there on:

  • the right-handed woman on the (still free) right side of the brain,
  • the left-handed woman on the (still free) left side of the brain,
  • the right-handed man on the left side of the brain, and
  • the left-handed man on the right side of the brain.
  • Of course, they then also react with the associated sugar relay.


A right-handed man suffers a territorial anger conflict (gastric ulcer or biliary ulcer). From then on, he reacts in a feminine way, gets a fear-disgust conflict with hypoglycemia. The whole thing is then called bulimia.
Such bulimia can be suffered by the left-handed man only in other order and with another conflict:
Resistance conflict with hypoglycemia
Territorial anger conflict with gastric ulcers or biliary ulcers.
The right-handed woman suffers them in order:
Fear-disgust conflict with hypoglycemia.
Territorial anger conflict with gastric ulcers or biliary ulcers.

The left-handed woman suffers them in the following order:
Identity conflict with gastric ulcer or biliary ulcer.
Fear-disgust conflict with hypoglycemia.

This principle applies to all conflicts and conflict constellations in the territorial area.

Before we now come to the so-called “Type II” or the one with obesity (Type II b), something fundamental must be clarified:
The Biological Sense of Diabetes and Hypoglycemia.

Of course, all Sensible Biological Special Programs (SBS) have their biological purpose, including diabetes and hypoglycemia. And as strange as it may sound at first, these seemingly contradictory SBS have quite a similar effect: The goal is to provide glucose for the muscles, or more precisely, the muscle tremor when feeling disgusted or resisting someone or something.

In hypoglycemia, the individual rapidly gorges on food, which is a shorter time will cause an increase in serum glucose and glucose supply to the muscles.
In diabetes, the available glucose is increasingly offered to the musculature by lowering the insulin level.

Obesity (overweight)

In the case of hypoglycemia, where the individual eats large amounts of food to have enough glucose for disgust, the individual logically gains weight – despite conflict activity, i.e., despite sympathicotonia and real substance weight!

An important alternative to weight gain – I estimate about 90% – forms the so-called SYNDROME are renal collecting tube SBS or water retirement conflict. Of course, conventional medicine has no idea about this because this water retention (kidney collecting tube-Ca) has nothing to do with the sugar conflict.

We see what different symptoms are considered “typical” for diabetes. Hypoglycemia is not even considered a disease in its own right. (“You can eat something quickly”).
That’s why all the so-called “diabetes research” was pure nonsense. They will remain nonsense as long as they believe to be able to ignore the findings of Germanische Heilkunde®.

Diabetes in children:

Diabetes in children is as common as hypoglycemia in children. No one thinks the latter is bad (children are considered “lickable”). The conflicts are the same as in adults: Fear-disgust and resistance conflict.
But diabetes mellitus is considered untreatable in children and adolescents because the adult can avoid the tracks more easily than the child. The adult can say, “that disgusts me, I won’t do that to myself anymore.” The child is put on the track over and over again without being asked: (“oh, don’t act like that”).

Therapy of diabetes:

Of course, it is crucial to find the conflict or the conflict mechanism (“Before therapy, the gods have placed the diagnosis”) to be able to resolve the conflict or avoid the tracks.
Basically, every diabetes is treatable in this way.
The duration of the preceding conflict determines the level at which the serum glucose values finally settle. For example, it is no misfortune if the fasting blood glucose remains at 130 mg %. Everyone can live with that.
To do the therapy correctly with sensible handling of insulin. In case of doubt, too much insulin is much more dangerous (hypoglycemic shock, sometimes with fatal consequences!!) than too little insulin. Even at 500 mg % of serum glucose, nothing typically happens. Of course, the terrain must be carefully probed beforehand about the conflict situation, serum situation, pill intake, etc., to avoid surprises. The possibility of conflict recurrence must also be considered because we do not live in a vacuum. In particular, the therapist must not become discouraged if the patient shows even higher sugar values instead of lower ones after a particularly detailed discussion of his conflict. Because the discussion often has the effect of a strong relapse.

It is, as everywhere in the Germanische Heilkunde®, not about finding a trick that supposedly “cleans away every diabetes.” That is all nonsense. What is needed here is empathy and common sense, plus cooperation with the family members in question.

Let us beware of trying to play the thought police. We must not abuse the patient’s trust. Every therapist knows quite well that there are limits to this.
If the patient realizes that a master is at work – professionally and humanly – will place the necessary trust in this master (who, according to my wishes, should always be disinterested).

According to the Germanische Heilkunde®, other instruments are added to this temporary so-called diabetes adjustment tool. One can now, for example, reduce diabetes symptomatically by targeted hormone administration (pill) of a left-handed young woman. But it accepts hypoglycemia, which is possibly easier to control again due to the frequent food intake.
Mind you, all temporary aids until the cause of diabetes is resolved.
The “manual knowledge”: Old insulin, depot insulin, bread units, and blood glucose breakdown by exercise is taken for granted. However, this symptomatic therapy is only temporary in Germanische Heilkunde® because, in the end, usually, diabetes has disappeared again.

Even though my former colleagues revoked my license to practice medicine and locked me up in jail for my discovery – everyone must respect these facts in the future – whether they want to or not – because they are simply demonstrably true.

Copyright Dr. Hamer
Translated: John Holledauer

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