Category Archives: Diverticula

Diverticula are bulges, e.g. at the end of the healing phase of a tubercularly degraded colon cancer.

Esophageal-Ca (Esophagus) in Germanische Heilkunde®

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The cause of esophageal cancer In the past, it was believed that the so-called diseases were determined by coincidences, aberrations, insufficiencies, and degenerations. However, Germanische Heilkunde® found out a clear correlation and systematics between our organs and specific conflicts or conflict groups. This systematics can also be found in the brain – our organism’s computer […]

Intestinal cancer – colon, rectum, small intestine

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Intestinal cancer belongs to the inner cotyledon (entoderm). The associated relay is located in the brainstem. It, therefore, makes compact tumors of the adenocellular type in the conflict-active phase. The morsel-conflict Brainstem-controlled adenocarcinomas always arise when we cannot assimilate, swallow, digest, or excrete a morsel. These biological conflicts are to be understood developmentally as archaic […]

Rectum-Ca – Diagnostic Chart of Germanische Heilkunde

Conflict: Ugly conflict. Insidious “Shit Conflict Idiom: “What a load of crap!” Hamer Focus: In the brainstem (pons), lateral (side) left active phase: Compact cauliflower-like growing secretory grade adeno-ca or flat growing resorptive grade adeno-ca. In large tumors: Risk of ileus (intestinal obstruction). Healing: Tuberculous necrotizing degradation of the tumor, possibly with slight bleeding (night […]