Ryke Geerd Hamer is a true genius of our time, a pioneer and founder father of Germanische Heilkunde®.
He always used to say that he had eavesdropped on by Mother Nature when he formulated his Biological Laws of Nature. He not only created a system in medicine that can be understood by everyone , but he also offered solutions to the most diverse so-called diseases that plague mankind to an increasing degree.
GHK does not only concern medicine, but our entire social system, worldwide. Indeed, Mother Nature, works globally and does not care about national borders, religions, or the like! We are all creatures of Mother Nature and are equally subject to her will.
A famous homeopath once said: “Psst! We must write year one after Hamer!” Another famous alternative physician confirmed that Germanische Heilkunde® is heralding a paradigm shift in medicine.
Those in conventional medicine who cried out, “Miracle healer! charlatan! Lock him up! Roar him down!” will lower their heads after the fall of the Deep State.
With his death, I lost more than just a good friend! He was my teacher and a person I looked up to. I obeyed him as a son obeys his father, and soaked up his paternal wisdom. Sometimes he still puts his hand on my shoulder today … I still feel very close to him. I see it as an honour to have stood by his side for so many years.
Geerd, we are moving on!
Born in 1935, Ryke Geerd Hamer grew up in Friesland. After studying medicine and theology, he worked in clinics as a practicing doctor.
In 1972 he became a specialist in internal medicine and worked as an internist at the University Hospital of Tübingen. Here he dealt with cancer patients for years.
Besides his work, he also proved his unusual abilities as an inventor. He holds various medical patents, such as a scalpel that allows plastic surgery to be performed without bleeding, a unique bone saw, a particular couch that adapts to the body’s contours, and a device for transcutaneous serum diagnostics. All these inventions show the extraordinary talents of this man.
In 1976, Dr. Hamer and his family wanted to retire to Italy to treat sick people in the slums free of charge. His patent applications were very successful and provided the necessary financial support.
In 1978, during a vacation, Hamer’s son Dirk was shot dead near Corsica by an enraged Italian Prince, Victor Emanuel of Savoy. After a leg amputation and 19 further operations, Dirk died three months later at the University Hospital of Heidelberg. This incident changed the lives of Dr. Hamer and his family. Shortly after the death of his son, Dr. Hamer fell ill with testicular cancer.
From 1981, he worked as a senior physician in the cancer clinic belonging to the University Hospital of Munich. It was there that the thought occurred to him whether his illness might be in any way connected with the death of his son. He questioned all cancer patients about possible shock experiences they might have had shortly before the onset of their disease and found that all of them, without exception, had experienced a prior conflict.
When he wanted to present his discoveries in the clinic in October, the clinic management gave him the alternative of either abjuring or leaving the clinic. He spent the remaining time in the clinic, working day and night, researching the data of all cancer patients and recording and saving the results.
From that moment on, his research and his dispute with the Prince of Savoy were closely linked.
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1983 The scientific diagnostic chart is created …
1995 the case of Olivia …
2000 Discovery of the SYNDROM …
2006 The discovery of the song “Mein Studentenmädchen” …
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