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Is there an alternative treatment to cancer?
Feb 2, 2021

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It was found that, provided there is a resolution of the conflict, every ailment flows in two phases. During the first, or conflict-active phase, the whole body is prepared to dealing with the conflict. While a meaningful cell alteration runs its course on the physical level, the psyche and the vegetative autonomous system also attempt to handle the unexpected case. Switched into a stress state (sympathicotonia), the mind becomes absolutely pre-occupied with the conflict contents. Sleep disturbances and lack of appetite are common symptoms. Biologically speaking, this is vital, because the concentration on the conflict and the extra waking hours give the right conditions for working through the conflict and finding a resolution. The conflict-active phase is also called the “cold phase”. Since the blood vessels are constricted during stress, common symptoms of conflict activity are cold extremities (especially cold hands), the shivers, and cold sweats. The intensity of the symptoms is naturally dependent on the magnitude of the conflict. If an individual remains in an intense conflict-active state over a long period of time, the condition can be fatal. But Dr.Hamer proves beyond reasonable doubt that an organism can never die of cancer, in and of itself. A person can die as a result of mechanical complications of a tumor that, for instance, occludes a vital organ such as the colon or the bile ducts, but in no way can cancer cells, as such, lead to death. In German New Medicine the distinction between “malignant” and “benign” cancers is completely meaningless. The term “malignant” is an artificial construct (the same applies to tumor markers) that just indicates that the activity of cell reproduction has exceeded a particular arbitrary limit. If an individual dies during the conflict-active phase, it is typically because of energy loss, weight loss, sleep deprivation, and emotional and mental exhaustion. Often, it is a devastating cancer diagnosis or a negative prognosis—“You have six months to live!”—that throws cancer patients (including their loved ones) into a state of despair. With little or no hope, and deprived of their life-force, they waste away and eventually die of cachexia, an agonizing process that traditional cancer treatment will only accelerate. If the patient has not undergone any conventional treatment (especially chemotherapy or radiotherapy), GNM has a success rate of 95 to 98 percent. Ironically these statistics for Dr. Hamer’s remarkable success rate were delivered by the authorities themselves. When Dr. Hamer was arrested in 1997 for having given three people medical advice without a medical license, the police confiscated his patients’ files and had them analyzed. Subsequently, one public prosecutor was made to admit during the trial that, after five years, 6,000 out of 6,500 patients with mostly “terminal” cancer were still alive. With traditional treatment the figures are generally just the reverse. According to epidemiologist and biostatistician Dr. Ulrich Abel (Germany), “Success of most chemotherapies is appalling…There is no scientific evidence for its ability to extend in any appreciable way the lives of patients suffering from the most common organic cancer… Chemotherapy for malignancies too advanced for surgery, which accounts for 80% of all cancers, is a scientific wasteland.”(Lancet 1991).


The resolution of the conflict signals the start of the second phase of the biological program. Our emotions and our organism switch right into a healing mode assisted by the vegetative system’s switch into “vagotonia”. During the healing phase the appetite comes back, but we are very tired (we might not even be able to get out of bed). Rest and supplying the organism with nutrients are vital while the body is trying to heal. The second phase is also called the “warm phase”, as during vagotonia the blood vessels are enlarged, leading to warm hands, warm feet, and warm skin. With the resolution of the conflict there is also an instant alteration at the organ level. Cell proliferation (“old-brain”- controlled tumor growth) or cell meltdown (“new-brain”-controlled tissue loss) immediately comes to a pause, and the appropriate repair process starts. An area that necrotized or ulcerated during the conflict-active phase is now being refilled and replenished with new cells. This is typically accompanied with potentially hurtful swelling, caused by an edema that protects the tissue while it is healing. Other common repair symptoms are hypersensitivity, itching, spasm (if muscle tissue is involved), and inflammation. Examples of “diseases” that only occur in the healing phase are: particular skin disorders, hemorrhoids, laryngitis, bronchitis, arthritis, atherosclerosis, bladder or kidney disorders, certain liver diseases, and infections (see below). Based on the observation of cell multiplication (mitosis) and the standard distinction between “benign” and “malignant” tumors, conventional medicine interprets the natural cell production of healing tissues as a “malignancy”. In GNM we likewise distinguish two types of tumors. But the tumors are not divided into “good” and “bad” ones; rather they are classified according to their tissue type and the area of the brain from which they originate and are controlled. There are those tumors which develop exclusively during the conflict-active phase (lung tumor, colon tumor, liver tumor, uterus tumor, prostate tumor, etc.) and, conversely, those that are caused by the natural repair process. As with “old-brain”-controlled cancers, the tumor growth is neither accidental nor meaningless since the cell proliferation stops as soon as the tissue is mended. Testicular cancer, ovarian cancer, lymphoma, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, various types of sarcoma, bronchial and laryngeal carcinoma, and cervical cancer are all of a curative nature and are exclusively phenomena of the healing phase. Provided that the healing process is not interrupted through medication or a conflict relapse, these tumors eventually degrade during the completion of the healing phase. The second type of breast cancer, the “ductal carcinoma in situ” (DCIS), also falls into this category. While a glandular breast cancer is an indication that a woman is in the active phase of a worry conflict, an intra-ductal cancer is a positive sign that the related separation conflict (“torn from my breast”) has been resolved. A woman doesn’t develop breast cancer without a reason! Neither does she develop breast cancer by coincidence in precisely her right or left breast.


Another aspect of Dr. Hamer’s study has been the role of microbes during ailment development. This, in short, is what he found (Fourth Biological Law): Microbes such as fungi, bacteria, and viruses are only active during the healing phase, and the manner in which they function is completely in accordance with evolutionary logic. Tubercular bacteria, for instance, populate only “old-brain”-controlled tissues. Their function during the repair phase is to decompose tumors that are now superfluous, e.g., lung tumors, colon tumors, kidney tumors, prostate tumors, uterus tumors, breast gland tumors, melanomas, and mesothelioma. Tubercular bacteria are vital for breaking down the buildup of “disposable cells” that proliferated for a biological reason during the conflict-active phase. If the required bacteria are not available, due to vaccination, overuse of antibiotics, or chemotherapy treatment, the tumor cannot disintegrate properly. As an outcome, it stays in place and encapsulates harmlessly. Detected in a routine check-up, nevertheless, such an encapsulated growth can lead to a “cancer” diagnosis and, potentially, new conflict shocks with new symptoms. By learning about the biological laws of disease development this prospect can be virtually eliminated.

While bacteria break down tumor cells that are no longer needed, viruses seem to be involved in the healing process of—exclusively—cerebral-cortex-controlled tissues (e.g., bronchia, nasal membrane, stomach lining, lining of the bile ducts, and epidermis). Hepatitis, pneumonia, herpes, influenza, and stomach flu, are indications that a “virulent” but natural healing process is running its course… The dilemma in which traditional medicine finds itself is that by failing to recognize the two-phase pattern of every disease, the first, conflict-active phase, routinely gets overlooked. Since microbes are only active during the healing phase, and since the activity of microbes is typically accompanied by swelling, fever, pus, discharge, and pain, microbes are considered malevolent and the cause of infectious diseases. But microbes do lead to the disease. After all, it is our organism that employs the microbes to optimize the healing process. Microbes can, for sure, be transmitted, but they keep dormant until the person is in the healing phase of the same kind of conflict.


Based on GNM’s “Ontogenetic System of Tumors”, the commonly propagated theory of metastasis that says that cancer cells travel through the blood or lymph vessels and cause cancers at new sites is, in Dr. Hamer’s words, “pure academic fiction”. Cells in general and cancer cells in particular can under no circumstances change their histological structure or cross the germ layer threshold. For instance, a lung tumor cell, which is of endodermal origin, controlled from the brain stem (“old brain”), and which proliferates during the conflict-active phase cannot transform itself into a bone cell, which is of mesodermal origin, controlled from the cerebrum (“new brain”), and which deteriorates during a conflict-active decalcification process. In the scenario “lung cancer metastasizes into the bones”, the lung cancer cells would actually be creating a hole (i.e., cell meltdown!—the reverse of a cancer) in some bone in the body. We also have to ask ourselves why cancer cells rarely “spread” to the closest neighboring tissue, e.g., from the uterus to the cervix. If cancer cells travel via the blood stream, why is donated blood not screened for cancer cells? Why are there not multitudinous tumors found in the walls of the blood vessels of cancer patients? Dr. Hamer does not, for sure, dispute the fact of second cancers, but these subsequent tumors are not a result of migrating cancer cells that miraculously transform into a different cell type, but rather by new conflict shocks. New DHSs can be initiated by additional traumatic life experiences or through diagnosis shocks. As already mentioned, an unexpected diagnosis of cancer, or being told that it is “metastasizing” can trigger a death-fright (causing lung cancer) or any other kind of diagnosis-related shock, leading to new cancers in other parts of the body. In many situations these patients don’t make it into the healing phase, because the severe state of stress weakens them to a point where they have very small chance of surviving the highly toxic chemotherapy treatment. The second most common cancer after lung cancer is bone cancer. Dr. Hamer found that our bones are biologically linked to our self-esteem and our self-worth. Thus, being told one has a “life-threatening illness”, especially one that allegedly “spreads like wildfire” through the body, is equated with: “now I am useless”, and the bone(s), next to where we feel “useless” start to decalcify (in the case of breast cancer often in the area of the sternum or the ribs). Just as with a fractured bone, the goal of the biological program (of the “disease”) appears at the end of the healing phase. When the repair phase is completed, the bone will be much stronger at that site, thus assuring that we are better equipped for the eventuality of a new “self-devaluation conflict”.


Once the conflict has been resolved, the brain lesion—along with the psyche and the organ—also enters the healing phase. As with any wound that is being repaired, an edema (excess fluid) develops to provide protection of the recovering neural tissue. On the brain scan the alterations are clearly noticeable: the sharp target rings submerge in the edema and appear now as blurry, indistinct and dark. At the height of the healing phase, when the brain edema has reached its maximum size, the brain triggers a brief, strong push that expels the edema. In GNM terminology, this counter regulation is called the “Epileptoid Crisis” (EC). During this crisis, the whole organism is thrust shortly into a state of sympathicotonia, i.e., re-living the common symptoms of the conflict-active phase such as cold sweats, cold extremities, a fast heartbeat, and nausea. The intensity and duration of this pre-programmed crisis is set by the intensity and the duration of the preceding conflict. Heart attacks, strokes, asthma attacks, and epileptic seizures are just a few examples of this crucial turning point. The kind of “crisis” always depends on the nature of the conflict and the particular brain area involved. After the brain edema has been pressed out, neuroglia, which is brain connective tissue that provides structural support for neurons, assembles at the site to restore the function of the nerve cells that were affected by the conflict shock (DHS). It is this natural glia accumulation that conventional medicine labels as a “brain tumor”, with often dire consequences for the patient. Dr. Hamer established already in 1981 that a “brain tumor” is not an ailment in itself, but symptomatic of a healing phase that runs parallel in the organ (controlled from the correlated area of the brain that is simultaneously undergoing the repair phase). “Metastatic brain cancers”, therefore, do not exist either.

GNM THERAPY (in a nutshell)

The very first step in GNM therapy is to provide a realisation of the biological nature of a symptom, e.g., a particular cancer, in relation to its psychical cause. A brain scan and a thorough medical history are vital to determine whether the patient is still conflict-active or is already healing. If still in the active phase, the focus is to identify the original DHS and to develop a strategy to resolve the conflict. It is crucial to prepare the patient for the healing symptoms and for potential complications. These symptoms are very predictable! Dr. Hamer’s findings provide us —for first time in the history of medicine—with a reliable system that allows us not only to understand but also to predict the development and symptoms of each and every disease. This is real preventive medicine, an aspect of German New Medicine that can hardly be emphasized enough. True prevention requires an understanding of the real cause of a disease, and that is what Dr. Hamer’s research supplies in splendid detail. By understanding the “Five Biological Laws” of the cause and healing process of disease we can free ourselves from the fear and panic that often come with the onset of symptoms. This knowledge is more than power, it can save lives.

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