Shingles right – Diagnostic Chart

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Shingles right – Diagnostic Chart


Belt or semi-belt defilement or disfigurement conflict.
Example: Mother learns that her daughter is a lesbian; she then feels sullied by the embrace.

  • for the right-handed person concerning partner
  • with the left-handed person concerning mother or child
  • there are also always local – i.e. person-independent – defilement conflicts (local, at the spot)


Hamer Focus:

HH in the dorsal (backward) and lateral (inferior) cerebellar area on the left side.

Active phase:

Shingles with small, amelanotic tumors under the epidermis (upper skin) grow along one or more segments.


In the pcl-phase very painful healing. When opening the epidermis (upper skin), so-called open shingles, the process can stink, so-called skin tuberculosis.



Biological Sense:

Active phase
Reinforcement of the old corium skin (dermis), developmentally, when there was not yet the overlying squamous epithelial layer.



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