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The uterus is composed of four different tissues
- Uterine body mucosa (glandular tissue)
- Musculature of the uterine body (smooth musculature)
- Cervical muscles (striated muscles)
- Cervical (portal) mucosa (squamous epithelium)
We, physicians, had always wished to have a science that functions according to scientific methods and laws. Strictly speaking, we always believed that we were allowed to feel predominantly as natural scientists. But the reality was different. There were too many hypotheses that we had to believe. They were often only apparent proofs because we did not have natural biological laws, as in the natural sciences. All medicine was purely symptomatic. Diseases were diseases of the organ and, as such, to be treated purely organically-symptomatically. Everything was treated with infusions and scalpel. The psyche was considered “unscientific.” The psyche and the brain, from which everything in our organism is controlled, were utterly uninteresting. As a result, we have never been able to find a connection between the psyche and organs, mostly never between conflicts and organs.
In Germanische Heilkunde®, the only meaningful division of the entire medicine is the developmentally oriented division according to germ layer affiliation: the inner (entoderm), the middle (mesoderm), and the outer cotyledon (ectoderm), from which all organs can be derived.
The uterus actually consists of 2 organs:
- a cervix uteri, and cervix portio
- a uterine body with fallopian tubes.
These two different organs seem to have grown together to form one organ, the “uterus.” Still, concerning their mucous membrane, they originate from different cotyledons. Each has its relay centers in entirely different parts of the brain.
- Cervix and cervical orifice in the periinsular area of the cerebrum on the left,
- Uterine body mucosa in the pons of the brainstem.
Accordingly, the histological formations are also utterly different from each other. Namely, the cervix and mouth of the uterus have squamous epithelium. The uterine body has adenoepithelium (cylindrical epithelium). The uterus’ smooth musculature has its relay in the midbrain (brainstem) and the striated musculature of the cervix with the relay in the cerebral medulla.
And, of course, the conflict contents are also entirely different. The conflict contents presuppose, of course, a particular occupation with the development history because only then we can also understand the biological “territory conflict.” The female sexual conflict “of not being mated,” the “territory marking conflict” (= bladder ulcus, because the mammal marks the territory with the urine), and so on.
In Germanische Heilkunde® all illnesses, all that exist at all, run according to 5 biological laws. And if there is only one disease, which would not run according to this Germanische Heilkunde® with only one regularity, then the Germanische Heilkunde® would be wrong.
Every cancer disease begins with a DHS (Dirk Hamer Syndrome), an acute dramatic conflict experience shock
It is not any slowly beginning conflicts that cause cancer. It is always and only the shocking and unexpected lightning strike. The so-called DHS, which hits a person “on the wrong foot,” makes him freeze, makes him unable to speak a single word, and consternates him. Because a conflict situation, to which he could adjust before, does not make him a DHS.
Most patients know the DHS almost to the minute because it was always dramatic. The content of the conflict determines at the moment of the DHS both the localization of the Hamer Focus (HH) in the brain (= so-called shooting targets, which we can see in the brain in the same second) and the localization of cancer or cancer equivalent on the organ.
Example: A woman catches her husband in bed with her best friend. She suffers a sexual frustration conflict. In biological language: a conflict “of not being mated,” with a cervical carcinoma on the organic level, if the woman is right-handed.
However, in the same situation, the same conflict does not necessarily result in every person. Suppose the woman was already no longer fond of her husband anyway and had long since thought of divorce. In that case, she does not perceive this was catching her in flagrante delicto as a sexual conflict. But at best, as a human conflict of lack of solidarity with the family. This conflict would be a partner dispute conflict and would cause breast cancer in the right breast if the woman is right-handed. Psychologically, the same event in a different psychological constellation is only apparently the same event. Still, in reality, it is entirely different.
What matters is not only what happens, but how the patient experiences it psychologically at the moment of the DHS. In this case, the same event could also cause a fear-disgust conflict with hypoglycemia. i.e., hypoglycemia of the blood, if the woman had discovered her husband in a very ugly situation, e.g., with a prostitute. Or it could cause a self-esteem conflict with or without sexual conflict if the woman had discovered her husband with a girl 20 years younger. The feeling would then have been something like, “Yes, I can’t compete with that, I can’t offer him that.” In such a case, the skeletal system of the pubic bone of the pelvis would be affected, where osteolysis, i.e., bone decalcification, would show up as a sign of sexual self-value collapse. All these things must be known to find out what the patient was thinking at the DHS moment. But the woman does not necessarily have to suffer a conflict at all. She will suffer the conflict only when she is confronted with the situation, in one or more respects unexpectedly.
Another crucial criterion is that the Hamer Focus (HH) localization in the brain is predestined. This means that the relay (one of several hundred possible) is already determined beforehand. And this relay (in the case of disease HH) must now have precisely the formation which belongs to the corresponding phase.
Every disease that has a conflict resolution (CL) also has a ca-phase (conflict-active phase) and a pcl-phase (healing phase), according to the law of the two-phase nature of all diseases when the conflict is resolved. And each pcl-phase, unless interrupted by a conflict-active relapse, has an epileptoid crisis (turnover point of the healing phase) at the lowest point of vagotonia.
In the conflict-active phase, no tumor forms. According to the histology of the outer cotyledon, ulcers form at the cervix or cervical portio. Simultaneously, ulcers form in the coronary veins, accompanied by mild angina. In addition, the right-handed woman immediately has amenorrhea, i.e., absence of menstruation. As long as the conflict continues, not only do the ulcers enlarge. But an increasingly larger area in the brain is also altered.
In the conflict-relieved phase, the cervical or portio-Ca stops. Bleeding from the cervical/portio ulcers occurs as a sign of healing. The coronary vein mucosa now swells, and 2 to 6 weeks later, the epileptic crisis occurs, with acute right heart failure, a right heart infarction. Until now always misinterpreted as a so-called “pulmonary embolism.”
From the moment of CL, the reparative processes in the brain also begin. Immediately after the CL, the so-called HH is recognized at a particular place in the brain. By the fact that it now enters the stage of repair and becomes “metabolically hot,” i.e., it turns white in the computer tomogram and, if unfortunately discovered, is then misinterpreted as a “brain metastasis” “or “brain tumor.”
The clapping test to determine left- and right-handedness is of crucial importance in Germanische Heilkunde® because from the cerebellum on. Everything is defined laterally. But from the organ to the brain or vice versa, the correlation is always evident. Only in the correlation between psyche and brain or vice versa, the left- and right-handedness is essential. Left-handedness moves the conflict to the opposite side of the brain compared to the usual right-handedness. This means in plain language:
A right-handed woman gets cervical or cervical-portio-Ca from a sexual conflict, with coronary artery ulcers, amenorrhea. After CL, she suffers a so-called pulmonary embolism.
On the other hand, a left-handed woman cannot get cervical or cervical cancer from a sexual conflict. Still, she can get coronary artery ulcer Ca, along with depression. She also retains her menstrual period. But she suffers a heart attack after CL, that is, during the healing phase.
Only after menopause can a left-handed woman get cervical or cervical-portio-Ca with coronary artery ulcers in a territorial conflict. In the healing phase, she can get a so-called pulmonary embolism.
Exceptions are hormonal changes, birth control pills, or schizophrenic constellations.
Developmentally, left-handedness must have been the standard case. Because the left-handed woman closes the right (male) side of the brain in the ca-phase, she becomes depressed but doubly sexually active. By this hypersexuality, she virtually forces the resolution of the conflict of “not having been mated.”
All these are verifiable and largely predictable facts, except for the DHS, of course, which catches us “on the wrong foot” unexpectedly. Since we know the principle of a cancer disease, we also have therapeutically wholly different possibilities than before. Also, there are not so many subsequent conflicts, especially panic conflicts. Suppose he has understood the system from the very beginning. In that case, the patient is entirely relaxed about the already predictable symptoms, especially in the healing phase.
- an ugly, semi-genital conflict, usually with male,
- a loss conflict, especially grandmother/grandson conflict underlying.
Semi-genital means that the conflict content’s focus does not revolve around the purely genital area (in the real or figurative sense). The genital theme occurs as “accompanying music,” whereby this conflict is different from the sexual conflict.
In the conflict-active phase, a compact tumor grows in the “cavum uteri” because the uterus’ endometrium is a modified intestinal mucosa (adeno-Ca).
In the conflict-relieved phase, there are again two possibilities in the healing process:
The tumor is necrotizing. Fluor vaginalis with possible light bleeding.
2. premenopausal or normally menstruating:
The tumor is shed with hefty bleeding.
Example: An elderly factory owner learns that an executive has been caught with an underage girl. To get rid of him, she also has to pay him a high compensation.
A compact fallopian tube-mucosa adeno-ca, grows with almost regular total obstruction of the fallopian tube in the conflict-active phase.
In the healing phase, caseating necrotization of the tumor by fungi or fungal bacteria (if present), fluor vaginalis occurs—occasional drainage of pus into the abdominal cavity.
On the other hand, the Uterine body muscle-Ca belongs to the midbrain endoderm (smooth muscle), making a compact tumor (myoma) in the conflict-active phase. The underlying conflict is “not being pregnant.”
In the healing phase, the uterine myoma remains. In all smooth muscle SBSs, the enhancement remains and is not degraded.
Suppose, with the help of Germanische Heilkunde®. A patient can understand what and why something is happening in his body. In that case, he no longer has to panic before this frightening set of hypotheses about incomprehensible, senseless, or unstoppable processes. In most cases, he will not suffer second cancers and will survive these special programs of nature.
After the discovery of the Iron Rule of Cancer and the Hamer Focus in the brain, understanding evolution was, for me, the key to the vast order that encompasses all of medicine and biology. This order extends to the human and animal behavioral domains, the localization of the Hamer Focus in the brain, and the tumors’ organ affiliation classification.