History of Development - GHK Seminar Tutorial

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Description

with Ing. Helmut Pilhar (Olivia’s father)

the lecturer appointed by Dr. Hamer, MD.

Description History of Development

The cause of the diseases that arise by themselves is monocausal, the biological conflict. At the moment of the conflict, shock is associated. This associated conflict content determines the localization of the Hamer Focus in the brain and thereby the organ disease. These Biological Conflicts are archaic conflicts such as morsel, disfigurement, self-value, separation, and territorial conflicts, which are equally valid for the animal.

To understand this conflict content, medicine must be understood from the history of development. Only by this a natural logic and a biological sense of the different so-called diseases arises. Nature does not do anything good or bad, but always something sensible.

This chapter aims to understand that each Sensible Biological Special Program specifically and purposefully helps solve the cause – i.e., this Biological Conflict Shock.
You can learn more about this in the approximately 60-minute seminar video.

The objective

To understand that the Sensible Biological Special Program specifically and purposefully helps solve the cause – the conflict shock. To understand why one individual gets the symptoms on the left side of the body, the other on the right side. To be able to recognize handedness even when the clap test is inconclusive.

Topics

1st Biological Law of Nature, 2nd Biological Law of Nature, 3rd Biological Law of Nature, 4th Biological Law of Nature, 5th Biological Law of Nature. Biological law of nature, bacteria, breast intraductal mamma-ca, ectoderm, entoderm, developmental history, cerebral cortex, Haeckel Ernst, handedness, germ layers, children, cerebellum, bones, creationists, cerebral medulla, mesoderm, mother nature, mycobacteria, ontogenesis, phylogenesis, fungi, religion, tendonitis, brainstem, animal, scientific diagnosis table, twins

Target audience

Beginners

Format

Video on Demand (VOD) + downloadable MP3-file + downloadable PDF-file

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