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Liver Carcinoma in Germanische Heilkunde

Liver Carcinoma in Germanische Heilkunde

The 3rd law, “the ontogenetic system of the tumors and cancer equivalents,” states that all organs controlled by the old brain make cell proliferation in the conflict-active phase. All organs controlled by the cerebrum make cell reduction, thus necroses, ulcers, holes, and the like in the conflict-active phase. It is the classification according to the developmental history of embryology! If we arrange all these different ulcers and swellings according to this development history, or according to their criteria, the different so-called germ layers, then everything suddenly arranges itself as by itself.


We have two kinds of tumors in the liver: one – with substance defect – they sit in the bile ducts, where the cerebral nerve fibers (sensitive) reach. The other sits peripherally and makes large bumpy nodules near the liver capsule, which can often be easily palpated. They belong to the brainstem, i.e., they belong to the inner germ layer, making compact tumors of the adenocellular type in the conflict-active phase. Conflictively, the biological conflict of starvation fear always corresponds to hepatocellular carcinoma at the psychological level. What wonders, then, is that liver cancer is up to 35 times more common in areas of political turmoil and famine than in orderly and secure survival areas.

The central point is the DHS (conflict shock). It includes the acute-dramatic conflict shock, which caught us on the wrong foot, and the conflict’s content, which determines the localization of the Hamer Focus (HH) in the brain and the localization of the cancerous tumor or necrosis on the organ. From the moment of the DHS, we see in the computed tomogram (CT) of the brain, in the relay belonging to the conflict and the organ, the sharp-ringed shooting target configuration (HH) like the concentric rings of a shooting target. And the processes we see in the brain, we also see in the organ, i.e., they correspond with each other. The exciting thing about it is that the brain and the organ are practically oscillating in the same beat of a shooting target configuration. We can think of the organ with its cell nuclei, all interconnected, as a second brain, so to speak. The head brain and organ brain oscillate in the same phase in the same way, as our shooting target configurations show. Sometimes the head brain gives commands to the organ brain, e.g., motor control. Sometimes the organ brain provides information to the head brain, e.g., sensory control. We already knew these things partly from neurology but did not get further until now because we did not know the connections of Germanische Heilkunde®.

As the conflict progresses, the HH in the brain also progresses, i.e., a larger and larger area is affected, or the area once affected ages more intensively. Simultaneously, the cancer of the organ also progresses, i.e., the tumor becomes larger in mass due to real cell proliferation. However, biological conflicts can only be understood developmentally as archaic conflicts in principle analogous to humans and animals. The animal feels most of these biological conflicts still real. We, humans, are often transported. For the animal, a morsel that it cannot swallow is really about a piece of food. It can also be a thousand-mark bill or a burst business for humans. If, for example, a businessman has excellent financial difficulties, perhaps because the competition has become too strong or because the bank has cut him off, then with a corresponding DHS, namely the “fear of starvation,” a liver carcinoma can develop.

A little girl suffered starvation fear when a supermarket opened next to her father’s store. The father kept whining, “Oh God, we’re going to starve,” and the 5-year-old child took that at face value. Or a 19-year-old patient got a starvation-anxiety conflict because his girlfriend got pregnant, so he thought, “Oh God, oh God, we both have nothing to live on; how am I going to raise the child?” Another girl, whose mother wanted to return to work, and therefore the child was supposed to eat at grandma’s in the future, but where she did not like the food, also suffered a starvation-anxiety conflict with a liver carcinoma.

With the DHS, everything is fixed: the psycho-biological content of the conflict and the corresponding localization in the brain, and the localization of cancer or cancer equivalent in the organ. But something essential is also fixed: these are the so-called tracks.” Everything that the individual takes in at the moment of the DHS, visually, acoustically, olfactory or tactile, and the various so-called “aspects” of a conflict, go in at the moment of the DHS. If one of the accompanying circumstances occurs to him again later, the whole conflict can return as a so-called recurrence. This means that one always moves up from such a side track to the whole track. Hence, the name track. Allergies that we can detect with our allergy tests are always “secondary track strands” connected with a DHS.

When a patient is told he has colon cancer that needs surgery, he usually suffers two new conflicts:

  • A mental attack against the abdomen, which is to be cut open. Such a biological conflict causes a peritoneal carcinoma, growing in the conflict-active phase.
  • A solitary (single) liver carcinoma and always right dorsal. It expresses the biological-archaic fear that no more food will pass through the intestine because there is supposedly a carcinoma. The patient has a real archaic fear of starving to death or getting an ileus and starving to death because he imagines that the food cannot pass anymore.

If a period of time elapses between the diagnosis and the operation’s time – usually 3-4 weeks – the surgeon usually finds so-called stipple-shaped “metastases” on the peritoneum (peritoneum). If he has a tomogram of the liver made shortly before or after the operation, this said solitary hepatic nodule is right dorsal. It is useless to say that such a patient was usually considered inoperable, incurable, i.e., an abandoned case. In contrast, we can now quite systematically and biologically logically understand that the patient has suffered iatrogenically, i.e., through the diagnosis and the operation’s announcement, the subsequent biological conflicts, and diseases. It is also idle to describe that the surgeon may now, out of ignorance of the connections, also operate out this solitary hepatic nodule and scrape away as much as possible of the “peritoneal metastases,” as is often the case at present. Needless to say, that after the operation, the patient thinks, “now he is free of his evil.” As a sign of conflict resolution of his abdominal attack, the conflict now gets ascites (fluid in the abdominal cavity) as a sign of healing, which in turn currently the surgeon and oncologist together see as the beginning of the end because they both do not know about the biological connections. From then on, a vicious circle is closed insofar as everything that has to do with the intestine in the future will make recurrences of this liver carcinoma. If, for example, the patient is afraid that the operation has caused adhesions there, or even if he only has constipation and thinks that it could run in the direction of intestinal obstruction, he will always suffer a recurrence of this solitary liver carcinoma.

Also, the healing phase, namely ascites, can, in its turn, cause a renewed vicious circle and connect with the first conflict that there should be something operated. Whenever the patient enters the healing phase, i.e., he has ascites, panics, and the panic (conflict-active) causes the ascites to recede. If the panic dissolves again, the ascites also come back as a sign of healing. So, it goes on and on, and escalation is dangerous. In Germanische Heilkunde®, such a patient would be examined very carefully clinically, psychically, and cerebrally. With much less effort, one would make the same diagnosis, but one would teach it to the patient very gently and at the same time explain to him that this is “no leg break.” If the conflict is not solved, one will look for a solution with the patient. In doing so, the patient would neither get a peritoneal nor a liver carcinoma. The prognosis would almost always be relatively excellent, except for very few cases in which an ileus is really imminent and where prophylactic surgery would, of course, be performed, since only this one carcinoma and no further complications would have to occur.

According to the 4th law, the “Ontogenetically conditioned system of microbes,” the repair is started immediately after the resolution of the conflict. i.e., the tumor is cauterized and degraded with the help of tubercle mycobacteria (if present). This is because solitary liver-Ca can only disappear if mycobacteria (TBC) are present during the healing phase. All microbes that we know work without exception in the healing phase, not earlier and not later, i.e., if we lack the appropriate microbes during the healing phase, the tumor will remain undecayed and undegraded. The remaining liver caverns usually collapse and are indurated to the so-called solitary liver cirrhosis (in principle, the same process as the case of the caseating cavernous pulmonary nodules of the alveolar region after a death anxiety conflict). Where regenerability is temporarily or definitely no longer given, the connective tissue can step in and encapsulate or even calcify the tumor.

In this healing phase, the liver swells, the patient is floppy and tired, sleeps a lot, and usually but not until 3 am, interrupted by heavy night sweats (as in all old-brain tumors with TB) and subfebrile temperature. The liver is a bit smaller, but it builds up normal liver tissue again to compensate at the end of the healing phase.

In principle, however, the organic symptoms must always be evaluated with all caution because one must always reckon that it is a matter of old carcinomas. Only due to the lack of TBC in the healing phase that has taken place, has it not festered, i.e., degraded, and therefore was only found by chance.

However, some organs are functionally assembled from several parts of different germ layers. These include the stomach, liver, and pancreas. While the old-brain-controlled organs make cell multiplication in the conflict-active phase, the cerebrum-controlled organs make cell fusion in the conflict-active phase. The cancer of the bile ducts belongs to the cerebrum, the outer germ layer. In the conflict-active phase, squamous ulcers form in the bile ducts.

While left- and right-handedness played practically no role in the brainstem, it is of great importance here. Because from organ to brain or from the brain to organ, the correlation is always evident. Only in the correlation between psyche and brain or brain and psyche is the left- and right-handedness important.

Example: A right-handed woman suffers a rectum-Ca in an identity conflict, whereas a left-handed woman suffers a gastric or biliary ulcer-Ca in the same conflict. A right-handed man suffers a bile duct ulcer-Ca or gastric ulcer-Ca in a territorial conflict, whereas the left-handed man suffers a rectum-Ca in the same conflict.

In the conflict-relieved phase, this ulcer is rebuilt with new cells with viruses (if they exist), resulting in firm swelling. Temporary occlusion may also occur.

In the past, we did not know this and considered this new formation of cells, which in the healing phase make real cell proliferation (to replenish the ulcer) for partly very malignant tumors.

In contrast, the viruses (if they exist) work according to plan in the healing phase, but with intense occluding swelling of the intrahepatic bile ducts, which we previously called (“viral) hepatitis.” It is not the viruses (if they exist) that cause hepatitis, as we had believed, but our organism makes use of them, if present, to optimize the healing process. If no “special microbes” are present, then intrahepatic bile duct ulcers heal after conflict resolution even without the presence of viruses (if they exist) (“non-A- non-B-virus hepatitis”). The course, in the presence of the so-called “hepatitis-A virus or hepatitis-B virus” is more foundry. Still, shorter, apparently biologically, offers a higher chance of survival than without viruses (if they exist). Thus, the distinction “icteric” or “anicteric” (yellowing or non-yellowing) is based only on how many intrahepatic bile ducts are obstructed or possibly whether the central duct (choledochal) is obstructed by swelling.

After hepatitis has passed, cirrhosis of the liver may also develop. It consists partly of squamous epithelial (keratinized squamous epithelium) and connective tissue stenoses of intrahepatic bile ducts (corresponding to bronchial atelectasis and coronary stenoses). In the past, it was always believed that liver cirrhosis was caused by alcohol. In reality, the majority of alcoholics belong to the lowest social classes. There, they have an umpteen times higher conflict exposure than well-behaved citizens and middle-class women. It is not cancer that comes from alcohol, but alcohol and cancer come from anger and grief. It is always only a matter of time before a DHS hits.

The most dangerous point in the healing process of hepatitis is not the elevated liver values (especially gamma-GT, alkaline phosphatase, and possibly bilirubin in the icteric course), but the epileptoid crisis that occurs when the liver values begin to fall again. Beware of “liver coma!” is actually a brain coma, namely immediately after the epileptoid crisis. The epileptic crisis has the biological purpose of squeezing out the edema from the brain and from the organ, which had been increasingly stored for healing since the conflictolysis. The epileptic crisis represents, as it were, the peripetia of the pcl phase (healing phase). It is in itself a very meaningful biological event.

During this healing phase, biliary colics and intrahepatic colics occur because the cerebral nerve fibers are sensitively supplied. The healing pain, which in principle is something positive, can only be effectively addressed if the patient understands the correlations and adjusts to them, as if to a real big job he has to do. Of course, there are ways to relieve the patient’s pain with medication and external applications. However, the pain has a biological meaning: the whole organism is immobilized so that the healing can take place optimally.

In Germanische Heilkunde®, benign or malignant terms simply do not exist anymore, and there are no “metastases,” but only second and third carcinomas. There are also no more “brain tumors,” but only Hamer Focus in shooting target configuration, with brain edema or glial connective tissue accumulations after resolved conflict. Also, there are no more “infectious diseases,” only healing phases after a conflict-active phase with corresponding brain localization and organ manifestation of associated cancer or cancer equivalent involving the obligate microbes.

All diseases that exist at all proceed according to the laws of Germanische Heilkunde®!


Copyright Dr. Hamer
Translated: John Holledauer

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