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Sort order. Start your review of Unglaublichkeiten German Edition. They only work for your good. So, if you have a big abscess, a gangrenous foot, pneumonia, AIDS, or hepatitis C, it's just your body using bacteria or viruses to "optimize the healing process. If you die in the process, it just means that you weren't able "resolve your inner conflict. There's just no other way to describe this woo. Especially this part about microbes :.
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Fungi and myco-bacteria yellow group are the oldest microbes. They exclusively work on organs and tissues that originate from the endoderm and are directed from the brain stem.
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Fungi like Candida or myco-bacteria like tubercular bacteria are the "destruction crew". They decompose tumors such as colon tumors, lung tumors, kidney tumors, or liver tumor. During the healing phase they break down the extra cells that are no longer needed. Usually, this decomposing process is accompanied with fever and night sweats.
What makes myco-bacteria remarkable is that they start to multiply immediately at the moment of the conflict shock. They multiply at a rate which parallels the growing tumor. The moment the conflict is resolved, the exact amount of tubercular bacteria is available that is necessary to decompose the tumor cells.
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If the microbes are absent because, for example, they were eradicated through vaccination, the tumor will be encapsulated in scar tissue and stays in place with no further cell augmentation. In this case the tumor will be viewed as "benign". Bacteria orange group inhabited the organs and tissues that derive from the mesoderm directed from the cerebellum old brain mesoderm or the cerebral medulla new brain mesoderm.
Bacteria are the "cleanup-workers. In old brain mesodermal tissue they decompose tumors such as glandular breast tumors or melanoma, and assist by clearing away the remnants.
Bacteria also help to restore the tissue by forming abscesses that will be filled with scar tissue. In new brain mesodermal tissue, bacteria such as staphylococcus bacteria fill the gaps in the bone that were caused by the meltdown of callus cells and reconstruct the bone with granulating callus forming tissue.
During the healing phase, bacteria also rebuild the cell loss necrosis of ovarian or testicular tissue.
Viruses red group are the youngest microbes. They exclusively work on tissue that derives from the ectoderm and is controlled from the cerebral cortex, e. Viruses are the "reconstruction workers". They replenish the tissue that was lost during the preceding ulceration process.
While old brain directed myco-bacteria start to multiply immediately with the onset of the conflict active phase, viruses start to divide and to become active only upon the resolution of the conflict. With viruses involved the healing phase is more dramatic, often accompanied with fever and inflammation.
Examples for viruses at work are: pneumonia, hepatitis, herpes, or the "flu. If the necessary viruses are absent, healing still occurs but not to a biologically optimum degree. Like tumor cells, microbes never cross the germ layer threshold diagram. For example: pneumonia viruses only work on bronchial tissue which originates from the ectoderm and is controlled from the cerebral cortex, while tubercular bacteria are specialized to operate exclusively on lung alveoli tissue that originates from the endoderm and is directed from the brain stem. That is why we will never find tuberculosis in the bronchia.sondprofimifac.cf
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Uh, no. Just one example: Tuberculosis can infect many organs and sites and not just ectodermally derived tissues, including lungs, kidneys, the meninges lining of the brain , and bones and joints which, happen to be derived from mesoderm, by the way. It is also not true that you don't find tuberculosis in the bronchi. But the bottom line for Hamer is the Fifth Biological Law , and, if you've been paying attention to altie concepts, you will realize that this "Law" echoes so much altie woo that you have to wonder if Dr.
Hamer thought of it himself or simply synthesized many varieties of woo into a single concise statement that seems to sum up huge swaths of alternative medicine:. Every so-called disease has to be understood as a Meaningful Special Biological Program of Nature created to solve an unexpected biological conflict. All so-called diseases have a special biological meaning While we used to regard Mother Nature as fallible and had the audacity to believe that she constantly made mistakes and caused breakdowns malignant, senseless, degenerative cancerous growths, etc.
We could not understand such a 'sewn up' totality, and so brought upon ourselves this senseless, soulless and brutal medicine. Full of wonder, we can now understand for the first time that nature is orderly we already knew that , and every occurrence in nature is meaningful, even in the framework of the whole, and that the events we called 'diseases' are not senseless disturbances to be repaired by sorcerers' apprentices.
We can see that nothing is meaningless, malignant or diseased. This feeds in to what I've always thought. Altie beliefs seem to demand some sort of "meaning. And indeed it isn't fair. It isn't fair at all. Cancer sucks.
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Regardless of the type of cancer, it's a horrible, nasty disease, and some varieties are particularly deadly. But life itself isn't fair. Sadly, bad things like cancer or other life-threatening diseases happen to good people. Personally, I don't see much difference between the woo above, in which all diseases are postulated to have a "special biological meaning" where the symptoms are the result of an inner mental conflict and the beliefs expressed by many religious people that bad things like being afflicted with a horrible disease like cancer, whatever type must be the result of a "higher purpose," that they must serve a "greater good.
The hope that one's suffering is all in the service of a greater good may well help many people deal with cancer or other life-threatening or debilitating diseases, but it's not such a good idea as the basis of medicine, whether "New German" or otherwise. Germ disease denialists were discussed in the nearby Aetiology Scienceblog, where a New Medecine faithful explains us we don't know jack about microbes, viruses and other critters too small to see.
Only clear thinking can explain disease properly. There's a Simpsons episode where an X-Ray reveals that Homer has had a crayon stuck up his nose into his brain since childhood making him stoopid. Asked to explain why he had never spotted it before, Dr Hibbert claims it's because whenever he held any X-Rays of Homer's head up to the light his thumb always covered the exact spot where the crayon was showing. Even Hibbert had to admit this was lame.
On a first sight the story may appear quite funny. But this Hamer bloke is a real danger.