Outer Skin Pattern – Diagnostic Chart

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Squamous Epithelium, Ectoderm, Red Group, Cerebral Cortex-controlled.
The outer-skin-pattern includes the squamous epithelium that has migrated from the outside up the rectum to the renal pelvis (see Embryonic Development). In the active phase, they are sensory numb, and in the healing phase, they hurt. If the active phase is numb, then the crisis is also sensory numb, i.e., without pain. In all squamous programs, the crisis is the absence.

Bladder Mucosa Cancer left – Diagnostic Chart

Bladder Mucosa Cancer left Conflict: Territorial marking conflict. Boundary conflict Handedness and hormonal position decisive Male: boundary disputes with the neighboring chief. Female: not being able to recognize the territorial boundaries from the inside, conflict of location, not knowing where you belong. Idiom: “Where can

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Bladder Mucosa Cancer right – Diagnostic Chart

Bladder Mucosa Cancer right Conflict: Territorial marking conflict. Border conflict Handedness and hormonal position decisive Male: boundary disputes with the neighboring chief. Female: not being able to recognize the territorial boundaries from the inside, conflict of location, not knowing where you belong. Idiom: “Where can

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Cataract right – Diagnostic Chart

Cataract right Conflict: Very severe visual separation conflict. You lose sight of a person. for the right-handed person concerning partner for the left-handed person concerning mother or child Idiom: Lost out of sight Get out of my sight! Hamer Focus: HH in sensory cortex center,

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Conjunctivitis left – Diagnostic Chart

Conjunctivitis left – Diagnostic Chart Conflict: Visual separation conflict, You lose sight of a person. for the right-handed person concerning mother or child for the left-handed person concerning partner Idiom: lost out of sight Hamer Focus: HH in sensory cortex center, 1st branch of the

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Conjunctivitis right – Diagnostic Chart

Conjunctivitis right – Diagnostic Chart Conflict: Visual separation conflict, You lose sight of a person. for the right-handed person concerning partner for the left-handed person concerning mother or child Idiom: lost out of sight Hamer Focus: HH in sensory cortex center, 1st branch of the

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Corneal Opacity right – Diagnostic Chart

Corneal Opacity right Conflict: Strong visual separation conflict Losing sight of someone. for the right-handed person concerning mother or child for the left-handed person concerning partner Idiom: – Hamer Focus: HH in sensory cortex center, 1st branch of the trigeminal nerve (ophtalmicus) in cerebrum laterally,

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Hair Loss left – Diagnostic Chart

Hair Loss left – Diagnostic Chart Conflict: Separation conflict, where someone was stroked by a person in the relevant place and now no longer. Possibility: e.g., a grandchild is always stroked on the head by grandma. Grandma dies. Alopecia areata on the head. Possibility: e.g.,

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Hair Loss right – Diagnostic Chart

Hair Loss right – Diagnostic Chart Conflict: Separation conflict, where someone was stroked by a person in the relevant place and now no longer. Possibility: e.g., a grandchild is always stroked on the head by grandma. Grandma dies. Alopecia areata on the head. Possibility: e.g.,

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Outer Skin left – Diagnostic Chart

Outer Skin left Conflict: Separation conflict Break-off of physical contact (local separation). In nature, loss of contact with the family/herd is usually fatal, so this conflict is very significant. Note: We are not single! Two types of separation (would like or would not like). for

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What causes Heart Attack?

The Heart Attack

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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