Therapy in the Germanische Heilkunde®
Common sense would be something so simple and something so delightful, appropriate to the patient’s soul, and something so all-around medical. But the simplest is the most difficult. At the same time, once upon a time, in ancient times, the smartest in the sense of common sense were made doctors, magicians, and medicine men. Those who knew about all the ups and downs of a human soul.
The therapy of cancer according to the system of Germanische Heilkunde® consists first of all in explaining the connections to a patient. To take away his panic fear of any “metastasis cells” crawling around in the body, to make evident to him the mechanism of origin and course of his disease, which he usually has already felt himself. It is diametrically different from the previous therapy of conventional medicine, including its outsiders. The patient, the sufferer or tolerator, was always treated there only symptomatically. Whether with “steel, ray, and chemistry,” morphine or with bran, soy germs, mistletoe injections, beet, dextrorotatory lactic acid, etc.
This whole (un)system is now obsolete. The patient becomes an “agent,” a co-actor, who has to solve his conflict himself, maybe with some assistance, but basically, he has to solve it himself. The real solution is always the best and most durable, is a definitive solution. There is no patent recipe for possible solutions that could be given in general in advance. There are only the most optimal possible solutions for each case. Of course, some conflicts cannot be solved in reality and have to be mastered spiritually. A religious conception can help us just as much as the encouragement of a dear person, according to the motto: A sorrow shared is a sorrow halved. That was probably an essential moment of the religions at all times, to give people help in such reality unsolvable conflicts to achieve a spiritual overcoming of the conflict. From the Germanische Heilkunde®, we can only tell the patient how he can find his way out of the situation. Whether he chooses this way or a similar one is solely his own decision. With us, the patient is the boss of the procedure in case of complications. The doctor can help him only.
But suppose the patient is continuously thrown back and forth from conventional medicine’s medical ideas into the system of Germanische Heilkunde®, as was often the case in the past. In that case, he will get alternating showers. But he does not hold out for long, battered as he is already running on the very last drops of his reserve tank. Already the diagnosis of cancer! Respectively the nomenclature “generalized metastasis” throws the patient immediately into the very most in-depth Orcus of hopelessness. The previous opinion that cancer cannot stop growing is for most patients the death sentence or the supposed death sentence. That is why it is so disastrous for patients to be torn between hope and panic, between activity and passivity. These “alternating showers” are the very worst complications.
There are several complications that we must fear even in the healing process. These include the reparative processes in the brain and the reparative processes around the cancerous tumor, as they are common in every reparative stage after a so-called disease in vagotonia, such as in hepatitis, influenza, or the like. Here the patient feels it as quite usual that he is limp and tired for a few weeks, even a few months in the case of hepatitis. But if a so-called cancer patient has his hepatitis in the healing phase, is limp and tired, although he otherwise feels well, he is inclined to think that this is something not normal. Many patients who could still keep on their feet during their active cancer disease (sympathicotonus!) now become so limp after conflict resolution in vagotonia that they cannot even get out of bed because of apparent weakness. That this condition is excellent, is desired, is almost optimal, the patient who has been ill with cancer must first learn. Likewise, after a bone fracture, every patient feels normal if the bone fracture hurts during healing. The patient is told that the fracture must regenerate, that the callus must form there, which sometimes hurts. In a patient who had osteolytic bone foci, it’s the same thing. The osteolysis has to recalcify. The area around the bone shows an intense swelling. This process can cause very severe pain, especially in the vertebral bones, when the foramina intervertebralia is constricted, thus pressing on the spinal cord’s nerves. Many patients have such severe bone pain that they can hardly bear this pain. However, if the patient now knows that the pain is part of the healing process, at the end of which is the bone’s recalcification, he is much more able to bear this pain. After such a long prolonged sympathicotonia in the ca phase, the vagotonia in the healing phase is like rain over the parched land.
Everything is being repaired now. Not only in the brain is being repaired, but in the whole body, the “stalled,” or postponed tasks are now being taken care of: e.g., the abscess which had been kept on a low flame now flares up again, or the oozing bleeding which had been kept to a minimum by vessel positioning now suddenly intensifies, the lost weight is replenished, and last, but not least the cancerous tumors themselves or the necroses are also repaired, recalcified or rebuilt or degraded by microbes. However, all these processes, standard and welcome in themselves, can cause complications, as in the case of hemorrhage, or when the edema dislocates vital pathways: as in the case of diphtheria the respiratory tract, in the case of bronchial carcinoma, the bronchi, in the case of biliary ulcer-Ca the bile ducts. Therefore, no complication should be underestimated.
We distinguish complications in the conflict-active phase (ca-phase), such as functional disorders, e.g., in diabetes, and complications in the healing phase. On the cerebral level, we have the most complications in the healing phase, when local cerebral edema develops as a healing sign when the intracranial pressure comes. When we have to be careful, the patient does not fall into a coma, if possible. In this phase, coffee, tea, glucose, vitamin C, Coca-Cola, and an ice pack on the head, as in grandmother’s time, already help in easier cases. But 60-70% of patients do not need medication in the healing phase. However, in each case, one should make this decision only after being convinced by the CT that it is not necessary. People should be advised to apprentice with their fellow-creature. Every animal in the healing phase behaves calmly, sleeps a lot, and waits calmly until its (normotonic) powers come back. No little animal in this pcl-phase (healing phase) would go into the sun without necessity because they have brain edema. Their instinctive code-fair behavior tells them that direct sunlight on this brain edema can only be harmful. Cooling compresses on the hot spot of the Hamer Focus (HH) are just the thing, especially at night, the already vagotonic phase of the daily rhythm. At night, patients suffer the most in the pcl-phase, until about 3 or 4 am when the organism already switches back to day rhythm. In my experience, 95% of patients survive these complications. And even the 5% can probably be reduced if the patients with brain complications, in particular, can be brought through the critical period with intensive care.
So, if we know now that practically every cancer after conflict resolution must make cerebral symptoms – even if the patient should not notice them – they can be seen clearly in the computer tomogram (CT) of the brain as a so-called Hamer Focus. They should be diagnosed conscientiously in the future. And if the patient also knows this, he no longer needs to be frightened when he temporarily notices headaches, nausea, dizziness or double vision, and the like as symptoms that used to put him into a complete panic. In the vast majority of cases, things go very smoothly.
We physicians must see the many possibilities of complications in the same way as we see them with any other “disease” as a task for us as physicians. We must always say to ourselves: What use is it to the patient if he does not die of his cancer but of a preventable complication that could have been avoided prophylactically? Dead is dead. Only patients who had already been given up by conventional medicine found their way to me almost exclusively. And I have seen many people die, whom I could not help in my situation and with the primitive means available to me because my former colleagues had refused their assistance. Many of them need not have died. I am sure that if only a few of my former colleagues would help, especially among the neurosurgeons and intensive care physicians, we would soon have these complications under control.
The therapy of cancer should be divided into three levels:
- psychological level: practical-psychological therapy with common sense
- cerebral level: follow-up and therapy of cerebral complications
- organische Ebene: Therapie organischer Komplikationen
However, we must always remain aware that everything in our organism always runs simultaneously, synchronously. We must not under any circumstances get back to the point that we divide the Germanische Heilkunde® into particular fields: So, one looks at the soul, the second at the brain, the third at the organs. We have to distinguish between the conflict-active phase (ca-phase) and the conflict-resolved phase (pcl-phase). If the responsible conflict is still active in the patient, one must first determine the DHS, the conflict shock. With it, one already knows the maximum conflict duration and the conflict content and organ manifestation. The knowledge of the conflict’s course, especially the intensity of the conflict, is fundamental to estimate the mass of the conflict.
One must consider whether the patient is left- or right-handed. One must also determine the current hormonal situation, i.e., whether, for example, a woman is in the sexually mature phase, or menopause, or is taking the contraceptive pill. The same applies mutatis mutandis to men. It is necessary to find solutions together with the patient for his conflicts, especially for his panics. The more charisma a therapist has and the more common sense he has, the better he will help find or mediate a feasible real or even mental solution. A solution that the patient has found himself in such cooperation seems to be the best because he can fully stand behind it. The patient only comes out of his panic conflict by feeling calmed down, just as the animal comes out of the panic conflict again as soon as it feels or senses its protective den, its nest, its mother, herd, pack, conspecifics, or the like! Sedatives of all kinds only disguise the picture and carry the danger that an acute active conflict becomes a subacute, hanging conflict. Also, excitements of all kinds are very dangerous and avoided because every excitement can escalate for a trivial reason and trigger a new conflict at any time.
Suppose the responsible conflict is already resolved in the patient. In that case, a brain CT is of importance as soon as possible because the expected epileptoid crisis can cause a complication, which one should estimate beforehand. With the precinct conflict, one can estimate thereby already the forthcoming heart attack with a plus/minus of 14 days, if one knows when the conflict resolution was and how the brain-CT looks, also if necessary countersteer, if it seems necessary. However, there are also conflicts here that one may no longer resolve.
In Germanische Heilkunde®, surgery should be performed when it seems reasonable, e.g., when a natural, spontaneous healing would take too long and cause too much inconvenience for the patient. I.e., when a breast has been destroyed in such a way that a further biological course is psychologically unacceptable for the woman. Drug treatment is also by no means the exclusive domain of conventional medicine. However, in Germanische Heilkunde®, it is only used to alleviate or avoid complications in the natural healing process. It is not used to treat cancer, as is the case with chemotherapy, which is equivalent to exorcism.
So if you ask me how to do the therapy of cancer in a very concrete way?
Well, the smart, charismatic doctor knows what I mean anyway. Ask a mother how she cures her child’s grief, and she will answer in amazement that she doesn’t know, but so far, she has always succeeded in comforting her child and making it happy again. And suppose I can’t set up any fixed rules on how to proceed “psychotherapeutically” with a patient. In that case, unfortunately, I can’t set up any fixed rules on how to treat the patient’s relatives, his company boss, his work colleagues, or his neighbors so that they “play along,” especially not if they are involved in the conflict. After all, we are not only dealing with the patient alone, but his environment must always join in. Otherwise, there is practically no help for the patient. So it is left to the art and tact of the doctor. And often, heaven is praised, the relatives are not interested in keeping their uncle, brother-in-law, or father alive, and thus the whole “inheritance question” is only further delayed. There are then also the limits of the therapy possibilities!
With Germanische Heilkunde®, the patient does not need to panic anymore. There are not so many subsequent conflicts, especially panic conflicts, because the patient, if he has understood the system from the beginning or even before the disease, can bear the already predictable symptoms, especially those of the healing phase, completely calmly. He knows that these are not diseases, as we have always believed, but that each individual process is part of a sensible special biological program, which has been used by Mother Nature for our good. He can understand what is going on and what has to happen. And he also knows that 95% of the patients survive with Germanische Heilkunde®. Even if many of us now suffer a new conflict and get a new “cancer,” that is very normal, that is just life, but that is not so bad if you have understood Germanische Heilkunde®.
Some patients might be bothered by the fact that Germanische Heilkunde® does not suggest a therapy according to the previous (un)understanding, but from the understanding of Germanische Heilkunde®, the kind of therapy is already logically compelling and to a large extent. The therapy of the Germanische Heilkunde® corresponds most closely to that which is biologically intended for humans and animals, and therefore “is not medicine to swallow.” As a former patient once put it, which in turn does not mean that medicines are not also used if they are helpful, or if we expect an advantage for the patient from them. All symptomatically useful medications should be used for the patient’s benefit, according to the criterion of whether the doctor would use them on his wife.