3rd Biological Law of Nature
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The 3rd Biological Law of Nature states that the old-brain-controlled SBS (brainstem + midbrain + cerebellum) makes cell proliferation in the active phase. The new-brain-controlled SBS (cerebral medulla + cerebral cortex) make cell loss (necrosis, ulcers) in the active phase.
The ontogenetic system of tumors and cancer equivalents
Embryologists generally divide embryonic development into three so-called Cotyledons: the endoderm, the mesoderm, and the ectoderm, which are formed at the very beginning of embryonic development and from which all organs are derived. Each cell or organ of the body can be assigned to one of these so-called cotyledons. Therefore, Germanische Heilkunde® classifies all so-called diseases according to their cotyledons. If we classify all these different tumors, swellings, ulcers, according to this history of development, or according to their criteria of the different so-called cotyledons, then we find that the “diseases” with the same cotyledons affiliation (in the case of the middle cotyledons still differentiated between the cerebellum-controlled and cerebral medulla-controlled mesoderm affiliation) also show other characteristics and peculiarities. Because each of these cotyledons belongs, developmentally conditioned, a particular brain part, a certain kind of conflict content. A specific localization in the brain, quite sure histology, specific cotyledons related microbes, and beyond that every so-called illness, in reality, ” sensible biological special programs of nature ” also still has a developmentally understandable biological sense.
The cells, or organs, which have developed from the inner cotyledon, have their relays, their place of control, where they are directed, in the brain stem, the very oldest part of the brain. There again, we find an orderly localization. They begin on the right dorsal with the mouth’s diseases, the nasopharynx, and then arrange themselves counterclockwise and corresponding to the gastrointestinal tract, ending with the sigmoid and the bladder. Histologically, all carcinomas are adenocarcinomas and without exception. The organs belonging to this cotyledon make cell proliferation with compact tumors of adeno-cell type in case of cancer, for example, in the liver, intestine, the round focus in the lungs, and so on.
All cells or organs that have developed from the outer cotyledon have their control relays in the cerebrum cortex, the youngest part of our brain. In cancer, they all make cell fusion in the form of ulcers, and ulcers, or else a loss of function on the organic level, i.e., diabetes or paralysis, etc.
In the middle cotyledon, we distinguish between an older and a younger group.
The cells or organs, which belong to the older group of the middle cotyledon, have their relay in the cerebellum, i.e., they still belong to the old brain and therefore also make compact tumors (cell multiplication) in the conflict-active phase in the case of cancer, namely of the adenoid cell type, e.g., in the breast, also melanomas, or mesotheliomas in the pericardium – i.e., in the heart sac, in the pleura – i.e., thoracic pleura or in the peritoneum – i.e., abdominal pleura.
The cells or organs, which belong to the younger group of the middle cotyledon, have their control center in the cerebrum’s cerebral medulla. In cancer in the conflict-active phase, they make necroses or tissue holes, i.e., cell fusion, like, e.g., the holes in the bone, in the spleen kidney, or in the ovary.
The higher we have progressed in phylogenetic evolution, the more highly developed and the more complicated the programs of our brain became from the archaic oldest programs of our brainstem, over the already somewhat more complicated conflict contents of the cerebellum, over the already considerably more complicated ones of the cerebral medulla of our cerebrum, up to the cortical conflict contents, which are just controlled by our cerebral cortex.
Initially, cancer was understood to be a real tumor with intense cell proliferation. It was assumed that the tumor cells could float away and make daughter tumors in other parts of the body, so-called “metastases,” which in reality do not exist. Metastases are always secondary or tertiary tumors, mostly iatrogenic, i.e., caused by a physician.
Suppose today, a patient is informed of the diagnosis of “cancer” in so-called conventional medicine. In that case, most patients also experience this as a devastating shock, which can then immediately trigger further panic conflicts and thus new cancers, which are then regarded as so-called metastases in conventional medicine.
The fairy tale about metastases is an unproven and unprovable hypothesis. No researcher has ever been able to find a cancer cell in a so-called cancer patient’s arterial blood. But that is where they would have to be found if they swam to the periphery, i.e., to the body’s outer parts.
Also, that the cancer cells would have even changed on their way, on their never observed way through the blood, and, e.g., an intestinal cancer cell, which made a cauliflower-like compact tumor in the intestine, would have suddenly migrated into the bones, where it could turn into bone atrophy, are sheer madness and of medieval dogmatism. There is a second or even a third carcinoma is not disputed, but the evaluation of this fact is.
Nobody in conventional medicine was interested in the so-called cotyledons. Nobody had guessed how important they are. And that is actually the reason why one had never been able to bring a system into the whole cancer development.
Therefore, in future textbooks, the so-called diseases will no longer be ordered according to the past’s specialties, but according to the cotyledon affiliation. This order is the biological-natural order of the so-called diseases or special programs of nature.
We can classify all our biological conflicts developmentally. We know when the respective particular behaviors were developed and programmed developmentally. And therefore, there are not only organs and brain areas that belong together, but also conflicts that are developmentally conjoined. They all have the same histological cell formation. In the healing phase, we also always find the same microbes there.