Uterine Mucosa (corpus uteri Ca) right – Diagnostic Chart

On this page you'll find all information about the topic: Uterine Mucosa (corpus uteri Ca) right – Diagnostic Chart

Uterine Mucosa (corpus uteri Ca) right – Diagnostic Chart


  • Ugly, semi-genital conflict, usually with a male.
  • Loss-conflict, especially grandmother/grandchild conflict, or also child loss.


Hamer Focus:

HH in the middle of the brainstem on the right side

Active phase:

There is a compact cauliflower-like growing adeno-ca of secretory quality, or a flat growing adeno-ca of resorptive quality growing in the cavum uteri (inner cavity) endometrium of the uterus is modified intestinal mucosa.


  • Post-menopausal: the tumor is necrotizing. Fluor vaginalis with possible light bleeding.
  • Pre-menopausal or normal menstruating: the tumor is shed again with very severe bleeding and decidua (upper cell layer) at each menstrual bleeding, with or without TB.



Biological Sense:

  • Active phase, Secretory type: to fill up the man’s ejaculate with secretion if the prostate has not produced enough secretion, thereby making pregnancy easier.
  • Resorptive type: to produce a better, thicker mucosa for the innidation (implantation) of the egg.



Experience Reports

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

Read More »