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Laws of nature do not need statistics. Who uses statistics does not do science!
The Reproducibility of Germanischen Heilkunde®
In the patient cases, which one wants to reproduce according to the biological laws of Germanischen Heilkunde®, the matter is in principle straightforward:
There are 3 levels (psyche, brain, organs) that proceed synchronously. There are 2 phases of illness (namely the conflict-active phase and – if the conflict is resolved – the healing phase). In addition, before the sympathicotonic conflict-active phase, there is a normality phase and at the end of the vagotonic conflict resolved healing phase, there is a phase of renormalization.
So we have not only 4 phase sections on 3 levels each, but additionally 3 distinctive points (DHS, CL, and epileptic crisis) on 3 levels each. Thus 21 criteria (4×3 + 3×3) can be interrogated individually, according to the 5 biological laws.
However, since the 5 biological laws together contain at least 6 criteria, including the histological criteria, the cerebral topographical, organ topographical, the conflict colorative, and the microbial criteria. One arrives – if one can examine all 3 levels closely – for a single case at 126 (21×6) verifiable and reproducible facts. That only one single case would show these 126 reproducible facts by chance is astronomically improbable. Because it is always the next best out of millions of possible cases.
But if the patient has two diseases, which may run parallel or successively, then the reproducible facts add up to 252 (2×126). The probability, however, increases to almost astronomical probability values!
As a fundamental criterion, it is included in the calculation that the Hamer Focus (HH) localization in the brain is predestined. This means that the relay – one of several hundred possible relays – is already determined in advance. In the case of Hamer Focus (HH), this relay must have precisely the formation which belongs to the corresponding phase. The probability for only one case is astronomically high. Mostly, however, the patients have several cancers or paralysis, diabetes, or the like. For every single disease again, all criteria must be fulfilled …!