Functional Failures – Diagnostic Chart

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Red Group, Cerebral Cortex Controlled
Functional failures have neither cell proliferation nor cell loss in the conflict-active phase, but just functional failure. By Dr. Hamer, these functional failures are also called “cancer-equivalent disease” (cancer-like). In the healing phase, the function returns. All functional failures are controlled from the cerebral cortex.

Diabetes Mellitus – Diagnostic Chart

Diabetes Mellitus – Diagnostic Chart Conflict: male resisting conflict – conflict of resisting and fighting back against someone or something in particular. female fear-disgust conflict – fear and disgust at the same time, e.g., the spider. handedness and hormonal position decisive Idiom: – Hamer Focus:

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Glaucoma left – Diagnostic Chart

Glaucoma left – Diagnostic Chart Conflict: Fear in the neck conflict of a predator. Both eyes are always involved. Each eye has a partner side and a mother or child side. Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH in paramedial visual cortex, interhemispheric right for the left

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Glaucoma right – Diagnostic Chart

Glaucoma right – Diagnostic Chart Conflict: Fear in the neck conflict of a predator. Both eyes are always involved. Each eye has a partner side and a mother or child side. Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH in paramedial visual cortex, interhemispheric left for the right

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Loss of smell left – Diagnostic Chart

Loss of smell left – Diagnostic Chart Conflict: Scent conflict Conflict of not wanting to smell something. for the right-handed person concerning mother or child for the left-handed person concerning partner Idiom: “This smell / stench can’t be true!” Hamer Focus: HH in the diencephalon

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Loss of smell right – Diagnostic Chart

Loss of smell right – Diagnostic Chart Conflict: Scent conflict Conflict of not wanting to smell something. for the right-handed person concerning partner for the left-handed person concerning mother or child Idiom: “This smell / stench can’t be true!” Hamer Focus: HH in the diencephalon

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Loss of Vision left – Diagnostic Chart

Loss of Vision left – Diagnostic Chart Conflict: Fear-in-the-neck conflict about a thing. The danger that threatens from behind lurks and that you can’t shake off. The danger that you can’t face. left halves of the retina look to the right for the right-handed person

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Loss of Vision right – Diagnostic Chart

Loss of Vision right – Diagnostic Chart Conflict: Fear-in-the-neck conflict about a thing. The danger that threatens from behind lurks and that you can’t shake off. The danger that you can’t face. Right halves of the retina look to the left for the right-handed person

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Motor Paralysis left – Diagnostic Chart

Motor Paralysis left – Diagnostic Chart Conflict: Motor conflict – conflict of not being able to escape or keep up (legs), not being able to hold on or fight off (arms, hands), not being able to get out of the way (shoulder, back muscles), or

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Motor Paralysis right – Diagnostic Chart

Motor Paralysis right – Diagnostic Chart Conflict: Motor conflict – conflict of not being able to escape or keep up (legs), not being able to hold on or fight off (arms, hands), not being able to get out of the way (shoulder, back muscles), or

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Periosteum left – Diagnostic Chart

Periosteum left – Diagnostic Chart Conflict: Brutal separation conflict is triggered by the pain one has inflicted on another. Brutal separation conflict is caused by pain that one has suffered oneself on the periosteum. for the right-handed person concerning mother or child for the left-handed

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Periosteum right – Diagnostic Chart

Periosteum right – Diagnostic Chart Conflict: Brutal separation conflict is triggered by the pain one has inflicted on another. Brutal separation conflict is caused by pain that one has suffered oneself on the periosteum. for the right-handed partner in case of left-handed person concerning mother

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With the heart, we are at the classic heart attack, pulmonary embolism, circulatory failure, palpitations, atrial fibrillation, and pericardial effusion. Let’s start with the classic

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