Prostate Carcinoma – a Compact Tumor

Prostate Carcinoma – a compact tumor in Germanische Heilkunde®

The trigger of every so-called disease is always a biological conflict, a highly dramatic shock experience – called DHS. In the second of the DHS, a responsible relay center in the brain is marked, a so-called shooting target configuration (Hamer Focus), which corresponds with a certain organ. The more extensive this Hamer Focus (HH) is, the more extensive the tumor, necrosis, or change of cells at the organ.

The DHS is the basic building block of the Iron Rule of Cancer (IRC), the basis of a revolutionary understanding of all Germanische Heilkunde®. Most patients know the DHS almost to the minute because it was always dramatic.

In Germanische Heilkunde®, every so-called disease has two phases: a first (cold) and a second (hot) phase, if the conflict can be solved. However, suppose the conflict cannot be resolved. In that case, the disease remains single-phase, i.e., the individual remains in the conflict activity, becomes more and more emaciated, and may eventually die of debilitation or cachexia. We had up to now only always overlooked the complementary part. Therefore our whole medicine was wrong from the ground up.

According to the ontogenetic-conditional system of tumors and cancer equivalents, there are two kinds of cell proliferation. One type makes cell proliferation in the conflict-active, sympathicotonic phase. The other type makes cell proliferation in the vagotonic healing phase, namely, in the diseases that have formed cell atrophy, i.e., holes, necroses, or ulcers in the conflict-active phase. All tumors formed in the conflict-active phase by cell proliferation have their relays located next to each other. They also belong to the same germ layer for developmental reasons and have a special biological meaning. In turn, each of these germ layers belongs to a specific brain part, a specific type of conflict content, a particular histological cell formation, and very specific germ layer-related microbes. This basic pattern is valid for all three germ layers or the so-called diseases of the organs deriving from them. All cancerous diseases which make cell multiplication in the conflict-active phase have their relay, from which they are directed, in the brainstem and cerebellum – thus in the old brain.


The prostate-Ca belongs to the brainstem organs and therefore makes compact tumors of the adeno-cell type in the conflict-active phase.

The conflict content is always an ugly, semi-genital conflict, which means that the conflict content’s focus does not revolve around the purely genital area (in the natural or figurative sense). Still, the genital theme occurs as an accompaniment, making this conflict distinctly different from the sexual conflict.

Here are some typical prostate conflict examples:

  • the favorite daughter sues her father for alimony or early surrender of the inheritance,
  • the only daughter has gone off the rails and/or is a drug addict,
  • a man catches his wife/mistress in flagrante delicto with a younger lover,
  • repulsive things come to light during a divorce,
  • his younger girlfriend leaves an older man in favor of a younger man …

In the conflict-active phase, a compact tumor of the adeno-cell type now grows. In the same rhythm, as all tumors of the old-brain controlled organs, also the mycobacteria (if any are present) multiply, although they will perform their actual task only in the conflict-resolved phase.

The stronger the conflict is, the faster the tumor grows. The longer the conflict lasts, the bigger the tumor becomes, apart from the vegetative parameters, such as insomnia, loss of appetite, weight loss, etc. The patient does not experience any pain or other discomfort. Only in those cases (about 10%) where the prostate-ca happens to press into the urethra, a delayed urine flow can be observed (weaker urine stream).

The prostate-ca does not hurt either in the ca-phase or in the pcl-phase (healing phase).

If the conflict is resolved, then everything behaves in precisely the opposite way: the patient sleeps again, eats again, and gains weight again. The mycobacteria, which multiplied during the conflict-active phase, became active and broke down the tumor again. This is nature’s surgery.

The urine is foul-smelling, cloudy (tuberculous), and sometimes mixed with some blood.

The patient sweats at night and is very tired. He has a fever, not infrequently up to 40 °C, but all this is harmless. The patient only has to eat well and is rich in proteins. Also, due to the swelling in the healing phase, the urethra can be temporarily compressed. In this case, an indwelling catheter should be inserted for 1-2 months until the tumor is tuberculated and the urine outflow obstruction is gone. After that, everything will be okay again.

Tuberculous prostate healing (possibly with a temporary indwelling catheter) is entirely harmless and also not painful as long as the urine has drainage. Impotence may also not result. Only the so-called “planning” of the prostate through the urethra is dangerous because the patient usually becomes impotent (due to injury to the nerves).

Even in the absence of mycobacteria, nothing significant happens now in 90% of cases, except that urine flow may be somewhat slowed by a general swelling of the prostate. But again, renormalization occurs at the end of the decongesting.

In those cases, (10 %) where the cell proliferation had pushed into the urethra and is now no longer being cleared due to mycobacteria’s absence, surgery may have to be considered. Taken together, however, this would be only about 5% of the cases in which surgery would have to be considered at all, and that only because there was a non-biological course, i.e., no mycobacteria were present at the time of the conflict activity.

The microbes, which we had always regarded as “evil enemies,” as an army of “virulent opponents,” which wanted to destroy us, which we should therefore exterminate if possible, now present themselves as our very best friends, helpers, quasi the good garbage men and restorers of our organism. They work relatively well-behaved only when our organism gives them the explicit command from the brain to do so, namely always precisely at the beginning of the healing phase when the organism switches from permanent sympathicotonia to permanent (healing) vagotonia.

In conventional medicine, the only therapy aimed at so far was to eliminate the tumor, or what was considered a tumor. Regardless of whether this tumor had grown in the conflict-active phase or whether it was a healing phase, cell growth was cut away. It was always assumed that the cancerous tumor must originate from a cell gone wild, swim through the arterial blood to other organs, and create new cancer there, so-called “metastases.” However, if cancer cells could swim away to distant organs, they would necessarily have to get there through the arterial blood because the venous system and the lymphatic channels lead only to the center, i.e., the heart. But no researcher has ever been able to find a cancer cell in arterial blood.

Thus, if a diagnosis is “metastases,” this implies an unproven, even false hypothesis that any secondary carcinomas found are so-called daughter tumors of the primary carcinoma. The fact that there may be a second or even third carcinoma is not disputed, at least not in principle, but the evaluation of this indisputable fact and its links. After all, how should a prostate-Ca, which makes compact tumors in the conflict-active phase, be able to migrate, for example, into the bones, to fabricate cellular atrophy there.

The Germanische Heilkunde® is not a hypothesis medicine. Still, it is based solely on five biological laws of nature and is, in each case, on all three levels (psyche, brain, and organ) precisely provable and strictly reproducible.

Therefore, based on the recent findings of Germanische Heilkunde®, we have to think carefully: Do we need to do anything at all, what makes sense, what do we no longer need to do?

The biological sense in prostate-Ca lies in the ca-phase and is as follows:

There is – with reduced sperm – compensatory increased prostate secretion produced. After the conflict has been resolved, which may consist, for example, in the patient regaining his young girlfriend or compensating for the loss with a new (young) girlfriend, the ejaculate is restored to its former level because only the former amount of ejaculate is needed again. The additionally formed cells (so-called prostate tumor = prostate hypertrophy = prostate enlargement) have become superfluous and can now be broken down again tuberculously.