Category Archives: Choroidal Melanoma

Strictly speaking, there is no melanoma of the eye. It is the active phase of a visual morsel conflict (light morsel, for example, a specific image).

Choroidal Melanoma on the right – Diagnostic chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Choroid, right side Conflict: Conflict of wanting to see something specific (a morsel of light) that you don’t get to see. Idiom: Oh, if only I could see it! Hamer Focus: In the brainstem (pons), far right active phase: Adeno-Ca of the choroid (choroidal melanoma) Healing: Tubercular degradation Crisis: Centralization Biological Sense: active phase To […]

Choroidal Melanoma on the left – Diagnostic chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Lacrimal gland Ca, acinar part, left side Conflict: Conflict, not wanting to see something specific anymore (a morsel of light). Something that you can not get rid of. Example: a terrible picture. Idiom: I don’t want to see that! Hamer Focus: In the brainstem (pons), outside left active phase: Adeno-Ca of the choroid (choroidal melanoma) […]