The Microbes – Task Control Loop of Nature
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According to the 4th Law of Germanische Heilkunde®, the “Ontogenetically Conditioned System of Microbes,” specific cotyledon-related microbes also belong to each cotyledon-related organ group.
Together with our organs’ programming in our computer brain’s various brain relays, our faithful special workers. The microbes have also been programmed in at the same time. The microbes are more or less specialists in the organs they work on and the way they work.
The classification = ‘fungi – bacteria – viruses (if they exist)’ corresponds to their ontogenetic age:
- The most ancient microbes, fungi, and fungal bacteria process the brainstem-controlled entodermal organs.
- The “middle-aged” ones, the fungal bacteria and bacteria, process the cerebellum-controlled mesodermal organs. The bacteria process the mesodermal organs controlled by the cerebral medulla.
- The ontogenetically youngest, the viruses (if they exist), exclusively process the ectodermal organs controlled by the cerebral cortex.
According to the law of the two-phase nature of all diseases, when the conflict is resolved, all microbes – without exception – “work” exclusively in the 2nd phase, i.e., the healing phase, beginning with the conflictolysis (conflict resolution) and ending with the end of the healing phase.
There is no immune system
The so-called “immune system” that we had imagined as a kind of army of our body that would destroy the “malignant” cancer cells and the “malignant” microbes, as in a great battle, does not exist in this sense.
At the command of our brain, the supposedly pathogenic microbes become benign, apathogenic microbes again, which withdraw to someplace of our organism, where they do not disturb, but where they can be reactivated at any time. When they are needed again (only in the healing phase and with the associated organs). We had, caught in bacteriological-hygienic thinking, tried to eradicate these well-behaved seasonal workers of our organism. The microbes do not work against us, but for us, as our faithful helpers through tens of millions of years of our evolutionary history. They are Mother Nature’s surgeons, the optimizers of the healing phase.
The microbes work cotyledon dependent
As might be expected, the responsibilities overlap in the border areas of the cotyledons: e.g., the small-brain-controlled organs such as sclera (corium), pericardium (pericardium), pleura (pleura), and peritoneum (peritoneum), as small-brain-controlled organs, are of course “processed” by the mycobacteria (TBC), but they can also be “helpfully” “co-processed” by the bacteria, which can then assist in the caseation as a supra-infection, as we used to call it. However, the assistance seems to be very limited, perhaps extending only to the interstitial (internal) connective tissue at the edge of the corium or mesothelioma (which we histologically call pericardial Ca, pleura Ca, and peritoneal Ca).
We also considered the microbes as something “evil” that we had to eradicate. That was sheer nonsense! We need the microbes urgently, namely the whole pallet, which is usual in our latitude. If we lack, e.g., “for hygienic reasons,” the mycobacteria (TBC), then we cannot break down our tumors in the healing phase. This has catastrophic consequences for a whole range of tumors:
For example, in the case of thyroid cancer, this means that despite resolution of the conflict, the tumor cannot be broken down and will continue to produce large amounts of thyroxine, which in the meantime makes no biological sense at all. The only reason for this is the absence of mycobacteria, which usually break down the tumor and allow the thyroxine level to return to normal.
Colorectal Ca also causes significant complications and must then be surgically removed if mycobacteria are not present.
The old-brain controlled microbes
Mycobacteria have been around as long or almost as long as single-celled organisms had existed, i.e., long before there were animals or humans. They have a straightforward task: cheese and degrade the tumors controlled by the old brain (stem-brain and cerebellum controlled) from the beginning of the healing phase (conflictolysis). But like the tumors themselves, which they must break down when they have done their job, the mycobacteria also multiply in the conflict-active phase (ca-phase). This idea is strange for us because we always immediately think of the bacteria, like staphylococci or streptococci, etc. When we grow those, we need warm culture media. But now we also understand why it was practically impossible to grow mycobacteria on an artificial culture medium. On living “culture medium,” like chicken egg embryo, they occasionally grow very slightly, almost not at all. We have now solved the riddle: the mycobacteria (Tbc) grew randomly only when the bacteriologist, with his manipulation, had taught the living embryo an active biological conflict. However, since he did not know Germanische Heilkunde®, he could not imagine these, for him “accidental” manipulations, which injured the embryo, as a reason for the occasional minimal growth. The mycobacteria were therefore simply considered “not breedable.” So now we know that we must have the mycobacteria (TBC), also called “acid-fast rods” – because stomach acid doesn’t bother them – so we must have these mycobacteria from the DHS on! If we get them after the Conflictolysis, in the pcl-phase, they are of no use to us for this sensible biological special program because they multiply only in the conflict-active phase. Obviously, our organism in interaction with its friend, the mycobacterium – let’s produce only so many acid-fast rods, as are needed later for the tumor’s caseation! And we fools had believed that we had to eradicate tuberculosis.
Note: Night sweats accompany every tuberculous healing phase!
The control circuits of nature cannot function if we sorcerer’s apprentices arbitrarily take out any factors. Pretty much everything that we “modern conventional physicians” had done was nonsense. Now we also understand why the so-called “animal experiment” with guinea pigs was so nonsensical because it often gave “false positive” results. Centrifugate of, e.g., urine sediment was injected into the free abdominal cavity of a guinea pig on several days in a row. As a result, the guinea pig suffered a DHS (conflict shock) with peritoneal cancer, so-called peritoneal mesothelioma. Conflict content: an attack against the abdomen. When the poor animal was left alone after a week or ten days, the conflict resolved, and the usual ascites occurred in the healing phase. If acid-fast rods were now in the centrifugate, then the ascites obtained by puncture 6 to 8 weeks later became cloudy and fetid in a typical manner. But the same happened if the guinea pig had acquired TB bacteria somewhere before. These were then the “false-positive” results. If – either way – no mycobacteria were present during the active torment phase, then a “clear ascites fluid” was formed in the guinea pig’s abdomen. The peritoneal mesothelioma tumors were not degraded.
In accordance with the Germanische Heilkunde®, the whole attempt is, of course, already pure nonsense, not to mention the nonsensical torture of the poor animals. The magic apprentices did not know what they did!
The cerebrum-controlled microbes
With the bacteria, it is entirely different. They belong to the organs controlled by the cerebral medulla, but there to the middle cotyledon (mesoderm). Like the cells of the organs controlled by the cerebral medulla, they undergo cell division in the healing phase, i.e., they multiply in the pcl-phase. For this multiplication, they like to have edema, i.e., liquid environment and warmth.
While we have already called the tuberculous healing processes (caseation of the tumor cells) – although they take place in the healing phase – “cold abscesses,” the bacterial processes, for example, are “hot abscesses.” To say:
- The mycobacteria (Tbc) belong to the alto-brain and make, like all tumors, cell multiplication in the conflict-active ca-phase.
- In contrast, the bacteria belong to the cerebrum mesoderm and, like all organs controlled by the cerebrum – here especially by the cerebral medulla – make cell proliferation in the healing phase. Therefore, the bacteria proliferate only with the conflictolysis (CL).
We see that the microbes fit into the Sensible Biological Special Programs (SBS) biological process in a meaningful and developmentally understandable way. They have grown with us and for us, as it were. In each case, they are a member of a control loop of nature, which we had not known. Therefore, we tried in a blind zeal to destroy these useful small helpers with any so-called antibiotics or sulfonamides. We had not died of the microbes, but at best of the massive edema in our brain, if then the conflict had lasted too long.
We still have to find out about bacteria: They can build up, but they can also still break down to some extent.
Surgeons have been making use of this knowledge, which is not just my own. For 50 years, for example, by opening a comminuted fracture through a perforation with a series of passager remaining so-called nails and keeping it open, because an open fracture accessible to bacteria heals much faster than if it were to remain closed. The bacteria thus promote buildup, but they also break down protruding or superfluous bone fragments. The main task, however, is buildup.
AIDS – a huge hoax
No one has ever observed obligatory symptomatology after so-called HIV infection, as one is used to with measles or rubella. HIV viruses themselves are never found in AIDS patients. Since there is no “AIDS symptomatology” at all, the door is opened for medical-diagnostic arbitrariness. It is also bizarre that “AIDS” as a presumed viral disease should behave entirely differently than all other viral diseases because they are always considered to be over when the antibody test has become positive.
One thing is sure: This ontogenetic system of microbes will also fundamentally change medicine’s entire field. This is because the widespread microbophobia in medical circles today is a powerful feature of our soullessly sterile present-day medicine.