The heart - and what makes it sick
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Germanische Heilkunde® is an empirical science. It is based on five empirically found biological regularities. This can be applied to every single case of a disease in humans and mammals in a strictly scientific sense. The ignorance of these regularities in the medical-clinical sense has prevented us from ever being able to classify medicine correctly or to see or judge even a single disease correctly. We had never been able to recognize cancer and its connections because we considered it incurable and had resorted to eliminating cancer symptoms on the organic level. Nor had we, for example, had the possibility to understand the so-called infectious diseases at all because we did not consider them to be healing phases but aggressive disease phases in which the microbes want to destroy us. Likewise, the law of the two-phase nature of the diseases remained unconsidered for lack of knowledge of the connections. Anyway, the psychic level and the cerebral level, meaning left- and right-handedness, also remained unconsidered from the epileptic Crisis, representing the most frequent cause of death, not to speak.
A heart-attack-event is a disease about which one believed and believes to know much, over which one knew. However, nothing exactly. Let’s think about the many risk factors, which one person has been praying after the other. No one has ever been able to prove that it can supposedly be the stress that causes the heart attack. It is supposed to be the excess weight that supposedly causes the heart attack, the increased cholesterol level, or the many food toxins. Everything was a blooming misbelief.
Every heart-attack-event begins with a DHS (Dirk Hamer Syndrome): A very severe, highly acute dramatic, and isolative territory conflict experience shock, that catches us unprepared on the wrong foot. It is always a two-phase event, provided that the conflict is resolved.
Territory-conflict means that the individual has lost his sphere of action (territory). e.g., the deer his forest territory, the wolf pack chief his steppe territory, the human being his sphere of action with his family, apartment, company, workplace, etc., even a car can be a territory. However, one can suffer the same precinct conflict if an essential component runs away from the precinct, e.g., the wife, daughter, lover, etc.
A heart attack is usually noticed only when the conflict has lasted at least 3-4 months. Suppose the territorial conflict – assuming average conflict strength – is not solved within nine months. In that case, the human being can solve the conflict only at the price that he dies of a heart attack two to six weeks later. With the animals, of course, the times are accordingly different, but in principle, this functions with them precisely the same.
In the conflict-active phase, ulcers form in the coronary arteries, accompanied by severe cardiac stabbing, angina pectoris. The squamous layer’s inner peeling now ensures that the lumen of the coronary arteries is much larger than usual during the ca phase. As a result, a far greater blood volume per minute can flow and be pumped through it than before. The efficiency of the heart and the whole organism is therefore significantly increased during this phase. The individual who was caught on the wrong foot during the DHS (conflict shock) thus has a second chance to defeat his rival.
In the healing phase then cerebral edema in the temporal brain, swelling of the coronary arteries “intima” (which in reality is a squamous mucosa), in the area of the ulcers. This results in coronary artery stenosis formation, which was mistakenly thought to be the cause of the myocardial infarction that occurs 2-6 weeks after conflict resolution. When the body has stored a lot of water at the peak of healing, we see the epileptic crisis, which exhibits different symptomatology of each disease. In the case of coronary ulcer-Ca, we call it myocardial infarction. It has the meaning that the edema is stopped by the organism itself, counter-regulated. Suppose the patient has survived this crisis and the condition remains stable, i.e., without panic and conflict recurrence. In that case, the patient has usually mostly survived his entire illness. The vast majority of deaths in myocardial infarction occur during this epileptic crisis. Because in this crisis, the patient experiences its entire conflict course again in the time-lapse through. Hence the severe angina pectoris pain during a heart attack. In conventional medicine, we always believed that we had to “treat” this heart pain to make the patient pain-free. This was a big mistake. We were able to make the patient pain-free, but he died in the process.
We had not known that this angina pectoris in the epileptic crisis had its biological meaning, which was all-important for survival. Because the “proper course” of the epileptic crisis decides on the “proper edema exudation” and thus on the survival. In Germanische Heilkunde®, we, therefore, give cortisone at most, if necessary.
[Note by H. Pilhar:
In the case of coronary artery disease (myocardial infarction), Dr. Hamer later abandoned cortisone since cortisone does not have a purely sympathicotonic effect but instead acts in the direction of conflict activity. i.e., as if the patient had suffered a recurrence].
But what happens if the conflict can never be resolved at all?
There are two possibilities: Either the individual fights and runs with full conflict strength repeatedly until he finally dies of exhaustion. Or is brought to death by his opponent, or the individual arranges himself with his conflict (e.g., second wolf). The conflict transforms down, is always moderately active. The individual then has constant slight angina pectoris, but he can live with it. We call such a thing a “hanging conflict.”
The right-handed man would be quasi blocked on the right cerebral hemisphere and from now on would react on the left (female) side of the brain and suffer a possible further conflict also there. This has, of course, also for daily life its consequences. One can assume that such a man has to fulfill. e.g., in the social living together within his group completely different tasks, which have nothing to do with the usual yardsticks. One measures otherwise men. The individual can reach the full age but is quasi “cerebrally castrated” all his life.
In the wolves, such a second wolf must not carry the tail high, must not lift the leg to urinate, must not growl in the presence of the chief. With the female wolves, such a second wolf has nothing more to do, may mate them. The second wolf – transferred to the human sphere – is gay. But just this possibility Mother Nature has thought up to form the social structure of a pack. This possibility has, therefore, also quite clearly its biological sense – just under these conditions! Of course, such an individual can never take a boss position anymore. Then he would die instantly of a heart attack.
Another possibility would be:
The individual runs “out of competition,” namely when he suffers from the territorial conflict right temporal in the brain, still another second cortical conflict-active in the left cerebral hemisphere. Such a person or animal is “crazy,” a clown, the “court jester” of the boss – no competition for him. But this also has its unique biological sense:
In the case of a catastrophe, if the pack leader was mauled, e.g., by a wild boar and still no young (cerebrally not castrated) wolf is available as successor. This specimen in the schizophrenic constellation can only lead the pack temporarily or even permanently. By the schizophrenic constellation, it had built up practically no conflict mass so that it does not need to die of the heart attack, as it would be inevitable with the second wolves.
However, in myocardial infarction, we distinguish right cerebrally controlled left heart infarction from left cerebrally controlled right heart infarction. With ulcers of the coronary veins in the ca phase, mild angina pectoris, and swelling of the coronary vein mucosa in the healing phase.
In the epileptoid crisis, 2-6 weeks later, acute right heart failure with right heart infarction was previously misinterpreted as a so-called pulmonary embolism. Here, the heart’s thrust is missing, thus congestion in the venous blood-carrying pulmonary artery capillary network. At the same time, however, true “thrombus emboli” are also found. However, these do not originate from any deep leg veins, as was generally assumed up to now, but from coronary vein ulcers in the healing process.
We call this process “pulmonary embolic acute right heart attack.”
It is always suffered by a right-handed woman in the epileptoid crisis, after a sexual conflict “of not being mated,” with a cervical (portio) carcinoma at the organic level.
Here, left- or right-handedness is of central importance because a left-handed woman, for example, does not suffer a cervical (mouth) carcinoma during a sexual conflict. But a coronary artery ulcer carcinoma (together with depression) and a left heart attack in the healing phase (epileptic crisis).
A left-handed post-menopausal older woman, on the other hand, in the case of a territorial conflict, a cervical (portio) carcinoma.
However, in case of a territorial conflict, the left-handed man, a coronary vein ulcer carcinoma, and the healing phase (epileptic crisis) the acute right heart attack, which the right-handed man and the left-handed woman can suffer only in schizophrenic constellation after a territorial conflict.
The question of how a conflict is felt (male or female) and where it then strikes in the brain depends not only on the current hormonal situation (postmenopause, pregnancy, birth control pill, ovarian necrosis, etc.) but also on the handedness of the patient. With this tool, i.e., the knowledge of the regularity and the knowledge of the course’s respective typical symptoms on the three levels (psyche – brain – organ), it is now possible for the first time in medicine to work causally and quasi reproducibly in a meaningful way.
It is not uncommon for patients to get a DHS with a mental attack against the heart when they are diagnosed with “your ECG is not okay,” or “there is something wrong with your heart.” But also, very many heart attacks are the cause of such a DHS.
In the conflict-active phase, the organism tries to protect itself against this attack by building an internal reinforcement at the pericardium. So-called mesothelioma, which now grows partly flat and forms larger compact tumors (rare). If it was discovered at all, it was usually regarded as a so-called “metastasis.”
In the healing phase, fluid now forms – as in all cerebellar tumors. In the pleura, we call this pleural effusion, in the peritoneum = ascites, and the pericardium = pericardial or pericardial effusion. Since the pericardium is often separated in the middle, you can have a right pericardial effusion and a left pericardial effusion. If the pericardium is not separated, there is circular pericardial effusion or pericardial tamponade. Pericardial tamponade is one of the most common (iatrogenic) causes of death.
Because the patient is in discomfort during the healing phase, is listless, tired, short of breath, and may even have night sweats – often very severe (tuberculous healing), the pericardial effusion is usually first discovered this time.
Pericardial mesothelioma belongs to the middle germinal leaflet, makes cell proliferation of the adenoid cell type in the conflict-active phase, and degrades them by mycobacteria (if present) the healing phase.
As little known as pericardial mesothelioma was, the cause of pericardial effusion was previously unknown. Almost always misinterpreted as “heart failure.” This is usually again a conflict recurrence for new pericardial mesothelioma. This can even become the starting point of a vicious circle automatic. The patient then finds it very difficult to get out again.
Because with the new DHS, the healing stops, i.e., the effusion goes back again. If the patient is told that the effusion has receded (“because the good therapy has worked”), he usually gets a solution of this recurrence again. The effusion comes back, i.e., the healing increasingly starts again. After further recurrences, finally, an opacity is formed and consequently a severely reduced cardiac output. Other diagnoses resulting from pericardial effusion include: “Your heart valve no longer closes” (due to the effusion). Again, the risk of DHS or recurrence is very high. The patient can then suffer, e.g., a self-value conflict concerning the cardiac performance. Organically necrosis of the heart’s inner wall (endocardium) or the heart valves. In the end, the diagnosis is “apparently” correct. If the patient has already undergone a DHS in the same or similar matter, he is allergic to it. Everything that has to do with his heart in the future will react to with a renewed DHS (heart splint), even if the conflict contents can be different.
However, the wonderful thing is that we now know the mechanism that we can calculate when the patient can expect what according to the critical data (DHS, conflict resolution). With the brain-CT, we have a very reliable method in our hands to take all precautionary measures. e.g., to avoid the epileptic crisis, which can occur in the case of coronary artery disease. In the case of coronary artery disease, this can lead to a heart attack by keeping the cerebral edema under control and not driving the patient to the hospital by ambulance. Only after he has fallen at home, but by taking him in beforehand like a woman in labor at the end of pregnancy. Calming him down and mitigating the impending infarction so that the patient can survive it well.
Germanische Heilkunde® is an empirical natural science. It does not require dogmas, hypotheses, or so-called statistical probabilities. It is clear and logical and easily understandable and comprehensible for every naturally intelligent person because it is committed to causal logic’s scientific laws.