What We are Dying to Know

What We are Dying to Know

 

What if you understood the root cause of your illness? What difference would that make when deciding what therapeutic strategy to use?

Have you never thought what is it that is going on with people who go into remission? At long last someone has made that insight. What better candidate than a senior cancer specialist who survived cancer and then became head of a cancer clinic.


Dr.Ryke Geerd Hamer

Born in 1935 –

Grew up in Frisia, Germany

Age 24 he passed his medical state examination in Marburg. After his residency two years later, he was granted a professional licence as a Dr.

He worked at the university of Tubingen and Heidleberg. In 1972 he completed his specialization in internal medicine.

He patented some of his inventions – non-traumatic Hamer scalpel for plastic surgery that cuts twenty times more sharply than a razor; a special bone saw, also for plastic surgery; a massage table that automatically adjusts to the contours of the body; and a device for transcutaneous serum diagnosis.

His discovery was precipitated by the accidental killing of his son by an Italian Prince. He died four months after the shooting. The shock of his sons death lead to Dr.Hamer succumbing to testicular cancer. He had never been seriously ill until this.

After surviving his illness he was made head of a cancer clinic. Here he had the opportunity to explore with his patients whether they had suffered similar disasters in their lives. All of them had.

He submitted his discovery to the University of Tubingen in October 1981 as a post doctoral thesis for qualification as a university lecturer. The main objective was to have a university test equivalent available cases so as to help people.

The university rejected the interconnections of the psyche with cancer without testing a single case, something they admitted in court. Following this in 1986 a court sentenced the University of Tubingen to continue the post-doctoral thesis proceedings. They refused. This was unheard of. Why did they refuse??

Dr. Hamer refused to deny what he had discovered and for this he was forbidden from talking to any patients (1986). Various universities have verified the findings but not signed. One such university which is referred to is Trnava in Slovakia. He has been imprisoned twice and presently lives in hiding. No major media channel will openly debate his discovery.

The discovery fell into place after the viewing of 10,000 cancer patients by 1987.

A science is something that is: – Reproducible, quantifiable, demonstrable and non-disprovable.

This article focuses in on one of the central tenets of this discovery.

The exceptions to this system are poisoning and malnutrition.

The 1st biological – the Iron Rule of all Cancer.

The name is a misnomer. He was initially working with cancer patients so he concluded that what he was noticing only applied to them. He later discovered that all disease uses the same mechanism. Like a nickname which quickly cements itself, the name stuck.

A disease process originates from a Significant Emotional Event, which we experience as unexpected, dramatic and isolative simultaniously at all levels of our organism.

The emotional intensity, conflict length and the tracks (Anchor) determine conflict mass and therefore the process of the disease process.

When we suffer an emotional trauma which meets certain criteria i.e a total shock we go into a state of stress innervation.

Sympathetic Nervous System – Fight or Flight

Time: active between 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Typical symptoms of the sympathetic nervous system are:

• Stress, tense body

• Obsessive thinking

• Sleeplessness

• Absence of Appetite

• Loss of weight

• Cold body and extremities

• High blood pressure

• Palpitation

• Contracted blood vessels

• Nervous and cold perspiration

• Blood is directed from digestive
tract to muscles and vital organs

• High output of glucose

• Increased secretion of adrenaline
making faster reaction possible

The life experience shock impacts three levels simultaneously. The Psche/Brain/Organ.

At the moment of the conflict shock, the content determines where the foci (marking) will show up in the brain and the cancer or cancer equivalent will show up in the organ. The name cancer equivalent is used as essentially the process is the same for all disease.

The more intense the feelings are then the quicker the deterioration in the organ. It was only after viewing 10,000 patients did he notice that the conflict theme for a particular organ was always the same. That the brain had a very clear connection with the organs wasn’t a surprise, it was that there was such an organised system operating in the emotional sphere which took his breath away.

Given that what we hear, see, smell and touch has the potential to trigger a serious illness one has to re-evaluate everything and be very careful when working with a patient.

The oncologist gives an example of what can and is happening to millions of people.

A mother’s child gets hit by a car. The “worry” conflict leads to breast cancer. A few months later the child recovers and her breast tumour stops growing. By this time the tumour has been detected and the Dr’s at the local hospital tell her that she has to have her breast amputated. Faced with the diagnosis, negative prognosis and the planned interventions she suffers the following conflicts.

A “disfigurement” conflict at the site of where the breast is to be amputated – (melanoma)

A “self devaluation” conflict (I am useless there) resulting in osteolysis (break down of bone) at the site of where the breast is.

An “attack” conflict of where the breast is to be operated – this leads to pleura mesothelioma (cancer of the sac surrounding the lung)

“Fear of death” conflict – alveoli lung cancer.

The fear of death is the most common one effecting people. When bad news is broken at the hospital, the people who hang on every word of the consultant will suffer this conflict.

Metastasis – Fact or Dogma

Cancer does not spread. If cancer spread through the blood then transfusions would be screened for cancerous cells as is done for hepatitis. No one has ever seen cancer cells migrate. What’s more is that the histology (cell structure) is different in different organs i.e. a cancer in the stomach looks like a cauliflour whereas one in the small intestine looks like a flat paving stone.

According to the metastasis hypothesis these cells mutate in a period of seconds on route to their new site. This is pure conjecture and has no scientific foundation. If one looks at cancers with animals in the wild secondaries are very rare. Dogs and cats do not understand negative diagnosis. If only they were to look in the animal kingdom they might start to question why is it that animals rarely get secondary’s.

If one looks at the statistics as to which organ is most commonly impacted when a person gets a secondary the lung is at the top of the league table. Is it any surprise given the conflict theme associated with this organ?

Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”

Martin Luther King

Tremayne Reiss is a naturopath with a passion for medicine.


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