>> Also I was informed that asbestos that was inhaled to the lungs can't be removed, and it stays there and its fatal, can cause fatal lung disease that can cause death within 1 year, while the doctors don't have any cure.
If you believe in that crap, you will for sure get cancer!
Most cancers are caused by fear, and in case of lung cancer, conflict caused by the fear of death is the main cause.
Archaic fear-of-death-conflict, fear of suffocation gives Adeno-carcinoma of the alveoli.
Cancer is happening every day inside our body.
It is a natural program.
But, in order to get a big one, you need one major conflict-shock-experience, or you need one conflict-shock-experience and acumulation of several smaller conflict-shock-experiences.
So, by spreading a fear, they are actually causing cancer!
Far more then all the asbestos!
The Iron Rules of Cancer by Dr. med. Ryke Geerd Hamer
Every cancer and cancer-equivalent disease starts as an DHS(=Dirk Hamer syndrome), i.e. serious, acute-dramatic and isolating conflict-shock-experience, simultaneous on all three levels:
This is very important!
Every cancer and cancer-equivalent disease starts as an serious, acute-dramatic and isolating conflict-shock-experience, simultaneous on all three levels!
No conflict-shock-experience, no cancer!
The theme of the conflict determines, in the moment the Dirk Hamer Syndrome happens (conflict-shock-experience), the location of the HAMER focus in the brain, and the location of the cancer or cancer equivalent process in the organ.
The course of the conflict correlates with particular development of the HAMER focus in the brain, and the course of the cancer or the cancer-equivalent process of the organ.
2. The Two Phases of All Diseases
Every disease in medicine goes in two phases, i.e.
1.=conflict active, cold, sympathicotonic phase starting with a Dirk Hamer Syndrome (ca-phase) and
2.=conflict solved or healing phase, warm or vagotonic phase, if there is a solution of the conflict. This phase is also called "post conflictolytic phase" (pcl-phase).
Every disease with a solution of the conflict has a conflict active-phase and a post conflictolytic phase-phase.
Every post conflictolytic phase-phase has, if it is not cancelled by a resumption of the conflict, a epileptic or epileptoid crises at the bottom of the vagotonia.
This epileptic or epileptoid crises is the turning point in the post conflictolytic phase-phase, where the individual is in its upward trend back to normotonia.
In medicine so far not so much as one disease has been correctly recognized: In so-called "cold diseases" the following healing phase has been ignored or has been misinterpreted as a new disease, in so-called "hot diseases" the previous cold phase (conflict active-phase) has been ignored or has been misinterpreted as a new disease.
In the brain both phases of course have the HAMER's focus on the same place, however, in a different condition:
conflict active-phase: with sharply marked circles.
post conflictolytic phase-phase: HAMER's focus swollen, oedematic, circles disappear.
Example of conflict active phase
conflict active phase:
conflict thinking under compulsion
stress to solve the conflict
loss of weight
contraction of vessels: cold hands and feet
insomnia (often waking up shortly after falling asleep)
post conflictolytic phase- conflict solved, e.g.:
trouble with falling asleep until 3 am (=biological daybreak)
expansion of vessels: warm hands and feet
Duration and seriousness of the conflict active-phase determine the duration of the post conflictolytic phase and the seriousness of the epileptic crisis, resp. the complications during the healing-phase.
3. The Ontogenetic System of Tumors and Cancer-Equivalent Diseases
According to Hamer the different conflict-themes can be understood and classified by their evolutionary background. Diagnosis is possible by means of a CCT (computer tomograph of the brain) long before cancerous growth can be found with conventional examination methods. The CCT can be used also as means of progress control because it shows changes in the Hamer circular focuses, that indicate which phase of conflict the patient is in.
The localization in the brain, where the Hamer focus appears, determines the kind of conflict and the resulting localization of cancerous growth in the organ.
Since all conflict themes must be understood from an evolutionary point of view, the original elementary survival-functions must be seen metaphorically due to our civilization and alienation from nature.
Localization of conflict in the brain stem: the involved tissue is the endoderm, the Hamer circular focuses are found in the pons of the brain stem.
Localities of cancer are ear, mouth, stomach, liver, pancreas, small intestine, large intestine, uterus, prostate, urinary bladder.
Themes of conflict, and few examples of conflict and cancer:
Conflict: "not having been able to get hold of a vital information": Adeno-carcinoma of the middle ear.
Conflict: "not being able to swallow a chunk": Adeno-carcinoma of the palate.
Archaic fear-of-death-conflict, fear of suffocation: Adeno-carcinoma of the alveoli.
Conflict: "not being able to digest the chunk" indigestible anger: Adeno-ca of the small or large intestines.
Localization of conflict in the cerebellum and the medulla of the cerebrum; involved tissue is the mesoderm; the Hamer circular focuses are found in the cerebellum and in the medulla of the cerebrum.
Localities of cancer are adrenals, testes, ovaries, kidneys, bones (osteolysis).
Themes of conflict:
Loss of self-respect ("I was a bad mother"): Osteolysis of the shoulder.
Water or liquid conflicts (almost drowning): parenchymatous-necrosis of the kidneys.
Conflict of loss: necrosis of ovaries, necrosis of testes.
Conflict of having gone into the wrong direction (gone a stray): necrosis of the adrenal cortex.
Conflict of being wounded: necrosis of the spleen.
Localization of conflict in the cerebral cortex; involved tissue is the ectoderm; the Hamer circular focuses are found in the cortex.
Localities of cancer are thyroid gland, larynx, coronary veins, uterus, vagina, rectum, epidermis, nose, sinuses ...
Themes of conflict:
Conflict of fear and fright: Ca of the epithelium of the larynx
Territorial conflict: Ulcus of the bladder, the renal pelvis, the ureterus ...
Loss of teritorium conflict: Epithelic ulcer, ulcer of the coronary veins ...
Conflict of separation: Vitiligo, intracutaneous mamma ca ...
The cancer-and cancer-equivalent diseases run particular courses, depending on their relation to the three primary germ layers.
The tissue, that has originated from the inner germ layer (endoderm), produces adeno-carcinoma.
In the parasympathetic relaxation (healing) phase the compact tumors are removed by fungi and mycobacteria (e.g. tuberculosis).
The tissue that originated from the middle germ layer (mesoderm), can be divided according to the mesoderm related to the cerebellum, and the mesoderm related to the white matter of the cerebrum.
Histological formations related to the cerebellum produce compact adeno-carcinomas, which are removed by fungi and mycobacteria.
Histological formations related to the white matter of the cerebrum are tissue necroses and osteolyses, which are restituted by bacteria during the course of healing (at first they form abscesses, that will be filled up with scar- and later with granulating-tissue (e.g. callusforming osteosarcoma, lymphoma, fibroma, healing-cysts with consecutive induration).
Histological formations related to the cortex cerebri (ectoderm) form cancerous ulcers and functional failure (e.g. motoric paralysis, diabetes etc.). In the course of healing the restitution of tissue is supported by viruses (e.g. hepatitis a).
copyright by Dr. med. Ryke Geerd Hamer