Tracks & Allergies are warning signals.
In Germanische Heilkunde®, the thought would be absurd to ask whether psychic processes could “trigger” physical processes. In Germanische Heilkunde®, a psychic process is synonymous with a parallel and synchronous cerebral process and synchronous with a physical/organic process. Thus, it differs fundamentally from all previous medical directions, especially the so-called conventional medicine. It is based on five biological laws, which can be applied to each case of what is called ‘disease’ in humans and mammals.
All the new possibilities of recognising and being able to heal are derived from the understanding of the IRON RULE OF CANCER (IRC) and the so-called DHS, which, in the meantime, have become fixed medical terms.
Hardly anyone can therefore imagine how much the IRON RULE OF CANCER will change our entire medicine. The pivotal aspect of the IRC is the DHS (Dirk Hamer Syndrome) because where the patient associates his conflict shock is decided in the second of the DHS.
The DHS is a severe, highly acute-dramatic, and isolative conflict experience shock that catches the individual “on the wrong foot.” The unsuspected nature of the impact is greater than the “psychological content evaluation” of the conflict. It is also always a conflictual experience, not a stroke of fate or an event that the patient could not have changed.
Psychologists always look for such conflicts that seemed psychologically relevant, latent conflicts that had been building up for a long time, mostly dating back to childhood and adolescence. The psychologists did not always included the moment or element of “not-expecting” in their search. Therefore, all the statistics of a psychosomatic nature that they put together were nonsensical or pointless because they had not learned to “think biologically.” This came, among other things, from the fact that psychosomatics drifted too much into the fairway of the psychologists instead of standing on the firmer ground of biology and behavioural and primate research. There was endless discussion about stress potentials or stress research, without realising that stress was only a consequence of the DHS, a symptom of the conflict-active phase.
The conflict shock (DHS)
When we experience a tremendous conflict shock, a DHS is perceived psychologically as isolative. At the moment of the DHS, not only the conflict itself is anagrammed, but at the same time, a Hamer Focus (HH) is formed, which marks a particular place in the brain. For each kind of conflict shock, which we call a biological conflict, a very specific area of our brain is responsible and, at the same time, a very specific organ area.
In the second of the DHS, humans and animals notice, without being conscious of it, the accompanying circumstances or setting of the DHS. These accompanying circumstances later result in the so-called tracks (allergy).
A professor of allergology, after having understood this principle, expressed it somewhat casually like this: “If you suffer a DHS with a biological separation conflict at a farewell, and a cow just runs by, then you subsequently have a cow allergy,’ if you have just bitten into an orange, then you get an ‘orange allergy’”. It’s a bit flippant, but in principle, it’s true.
If one of these concomitant circumstances occurs again later, then the whole conflict can be a so-called recurrence. The picture is that one always moves from a side-track to the whole track. (The track means that one will continuously relive the DHS due to experiencing a side-track of the original DHS)
Before, in Germanische Heilkunde®, we regarded the tracks as very interesting, not unimportant, but not as the central processes. This has changed thoroughly since we more easily recognize which elementary central function the DHS has. Because the DHS has an impactful and concrete quality compared to other times of life or moments of life, the individual remembers not only the smallest details at the moment of the DHS – like a flashlight snapshot – but also sounds or noises, smells, sensations of all kinds and tastes. The individual keeps these records practically for life. From this, we can see that they are qualitative and different from those we usually experience and remember.
In the past, first love almost always took place in the hay. Often complications or small catastrophes occur during this first intimate act of love. If this disaster was a DHS, the smell of hay usually became a ‘track’ in the conflict complex. Consequently, every time the person smelled hay, he got back on the ‘track even without thinking about it’. Usually, the person had suffered a biological conflict of “it stinks to me the first time.” In the recurrences, which we call allergies, which we can test with our patches, the patient then regularly gets his “hay fever” during the healing phase. This hay fever (without hay), of course, the patient could have gotten in the same way (in the healing) if he had suffered, for example, with the same or another woman in the same way again, a comparable disaster in intimate intercourse.
The allergy is an early warning system!
This is a perfect, very alert warning system for the organism. If the individual has already gone through a DHS in the same or similar matter earlier, the organism is more alert against such biological conflicts. On one hand we can say negatively that the patient keeps falling into the old trap. On the other hand, we can say positively that the patient pays attention like hell, and reacts immediately with a special program.
There is no such thing as an allergy in the way we previously imagined. Allergies that we can detect with our allergy tests are always “second track strands” connected with a DHS.
This is why we need to get a new understanding of so-called allergies. Allergies are our organism’s warning signals: “Stop, in such a situation, a DHS happened at that time, be careful that you are not caught on the wrong foot again”!
Especially for the animals, these “allergies” are essential warning signals according to the understanding of the Germanische Heilkunde® in survival.
We must realize that our ancestors and animals in the wild, who have no secure apartment, bed, full refrigerator, and telephone but must be on guard day and night against the various enemies, predators, competitors, etc. And suppose now an animal has suffered a DHS because it had overheard the birds’ warning calls, and only by luck and with its remaining strength escaped from the claws of a leopard. In this case, all these accompanying tracks of the DHS are helpful warning signals: “Caution, at that time the birds had also emitted such warning calls … and shortly afterward a leopard appeared”!
We humans constantly strive to eliminate these warning signals, i.e., instinctive behavior. This is wrong. Certainly, biologically, there are some possibilities to trick the organism as we know it, e.g., from the so-called “desensitization.” In this case, the organism is artificially signaled that the former danger no longer exists. But basically, desensitization has been applied without sense and without knowledge of the actual conflict. It often worked symptomatically, but then it was biologically nonsensical. Because most of the symptoms, which we understand as allergies, like skin exams and allergic rhinitis, are always already in the healing phase after a short-term conflict relapse.
From these examples, you can see how important it is to always go back to DHS to visualize precisely the situation that existed at that second of DHS.
This completely contrasts traditional so-called modern medicine, which considers diseases as evil enemies directed against humans, similar to microbes, fleas, lice, and the like.
According to traditional medicine, cancer is a cell gone wild, which multiplies haphazardly and tries to destroy the organism, first destroying the immune system, then “eating up” the entire organism—biological predator stories without sense and reason. If our brain is the computer of our organism, then it works for everything. It makes no sense to imagine that some processes of this organism would happen “without the computer.”
Actually, it is strange why nobody ever thought that the brain, as the computer of our organism, could also be responsible for all so-called “diseases.”
The whole medicine must change fundamentally!
Copyright Dr. Hamer
Translated: John Holledauer