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BIOLOGICAL
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CONTENT

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CA-PHASE)


= SYMPATHICOTONIA
CELL DESTRUCTlON (ULCERS)

In the past, not only adults but also children were less constellated than today. We orten saw pneumonia together with spastic bronchitis and
severe lyses. Today, many children and adults are constellated. As a result, we rarely see acute pneumonic lyses, but often bronchial and laryngeal
asthma. Due to the fact that the bronchial asthma shows the pel-phase of the right cerebral conflict, the constellation ended already with th CL
and ends again with the epileptic crisis. With only two conflicts, only a LH-male or a RH-female can get bronchial asthma (with laryngeal asthma
it is reversed), because with a constellation (conflict activity in each brain hemisphere) the second conflict will always be resolved first. Naturally,
when a woman is on the "pill" or postmenopausal, everything is the other way around. - I am not constellated. That's why during the SBS of a
territorial fear conflict, I have occasionally a pneumonic lysis with spastic bronchitis.
Now we also have a much better understanding, why bronchial asthma and laryngeal asthma were previously viewed as "half schizophrenic
disorders", because before the pel-phase, the person is constellated as well as with every conflict relapse. This condition can last over months
or even years, until the bronchia related conflict is resolved (with an asthma attack during the Epi-Crisis). Fortunately, during the schizophrenic
constellation the conflict mass does not increase.
Bronchial musculature relay,
pel-phase in epileptic crisis
(= bronchial musculature epilepsy)

Bronchial-Asthma
exhaling is extended and intensified ( = wheezing)

+ a second HH anywhere cortical left in ca-phase or in


epileptoid crisis. If epileptic crisis of laryngeal musculature,
so-called "status asthmaticus"

Dr. rned.

Mag. theol. Ryke Geerd Hamer

Often the bronchial mucosa relay (see right) is also involved.


Then, the sensitivity follows the "outer skin pattern", i.e.,
epileptoid crisis: numbness and absence

Status asthmaticus
(both SBSs are in the epileptic crisis (epilepsy))
Inhaling and exhaling are extended and intensified

(dangerousl)

HH in laryngeal musculature relay,


pel-phase in epileptic crisis = laryngeal musculature epilepsy

HH in bronchial musculature relay,


pel-phase in epileptic crisis
= bronchial musculature epilepsy

The asthma attack always occurs only during the epileptic crisis (either on the right or left side, or in a simultaneous
Epi-Crisis; during the ca-phase there is (paralysis of the striated musculature).

o
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This symbol indicates a HH (Hamerscher Herd) in pel-phase with epileptic crisis (point in the middle)

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

SBS of the squamous epithelial coronary artery intima and


of the striated coronary artery musculature

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CA-PHASE)


SYMPATHICOTONIA
CELL DESTRUCTION (ULCERS)

left hemisphere
Male territory: the whole territory
Female
territorial area
Female territory (inner territory):
e.g. the house, the children or the sexuality;

3a) Coronary
artery ulcers with
acute angina
pectoris. The
coronary arteries
are descendants
of the pharyngeal
arch and sensory
supplied by the
cerebral sensory
cortex.
Sensitivity
consistent with
"gullet mucosa
pattern", since
the squamous
epithelial
pharyngeal arch
as well as the
pharyngeal ducts
mucosa derive
from the gullet,
therefore:
ca-phase: pain
and ulcers.
pel-phase:
swelling,
bleeding,
numbness (signs
of healing)
Eplleptoid Crisis:
acute pain,
possibly absence
+ epileptic attack
of the
musculature of
the coronary
arteries. This
combination
results in: cramplike tonic pain =
coronary heart
attack (see pelphase).

1. Right-handed man:
territorial conflict: loss of periinsular
the entire territory or of right.
part of its content, e.g.
partner/wife walks out of
the territory.
2. Left-handed woman:
sexual connict; biological
sexual frustration conflict
of not being able or not
having been able to
mate; typically with
depression (also without
hormonal "deadlock!").
3. In schizophrenic
constellation: in LH-male
and RH-female

Biological meaning: ulcerative widening


of coronary arteries to increase blood flow
to the heart, which improves performance.
Ulcers in the coronary arteries with acute
angina pectoris:
In men:
a) RH-males
b) LH-males in schizophrenic
constellation.
In women:
a) LH-females with depression after the
first conflict without constellation; with
constellation, only if right cerebral conflict
is extremly (see "scale-rules" p. 97) active
b) RH-females on "pill" or and masculine,
postmenopausal, masculine, or in
schizophrenic cons tell. with accentuation
cerebrally right.

Swelling of the squamous epithelial intima


(because descendant of branchial arch) of
the coronary arteries in the area of the ulcers
without pain - pain only during the
sympathicotonic Epileptoid Crisis (with
absence). Depending on the duration of the
preceding ca-phase, the Epi-Crisis occurs
2-6 weeks aner the resolution of the conniet
(CL-conflictolysis). During the healing
process, the swelling can temporarily
occlude the coronary arteries, which is,
however, insignificant, since it doesn't
cause pain or circulatory disturbances,
as previously wrongly assumed.
Epileptoid crisis with absence: The typical
bradycardial arrhythmia, possibly resulting
in atrial arrest and death (mistakenly called
"infarction") with severe (epileptoidsympathicotone) pain during the Epi-Crisis.
This event is not at all related to the so-

Exception: Hormonal "deadlock":


depressive psychosis. The conflict quasi
4. With special hormone
called myocardial infarction of the striated
hangs on both sides (= constellation),
musculature of the heart which is determined
status: territory conflict
more accentuated on the right, therefore
by laterality and also related to a mother/child
of masculine RH-female
depression.
on "pili",
1----'----------' or partner conflict.
postmenopausal
The Epileptoid Crisis of the coronary arteries, initiated in the cerebral heart rhythm center that
(so-called involution
controls the slow pulse (= bradycardia) from the insula of the right cortex, is the only real danger
depression), surgical
of this cardiac crisis. Because of the pain (and the often fatal ending). we called this occurence a
castration, or
"heart infarction". Since the striated musculature of the coronary arteries is often involved, we
masculinism. In
mistakenly assumed that this Epileptic Crisis (heart attack) was the reason for a myocardial
effeminate RH-male with infarction, although it is in fact an episode that takes place in the coronary arteries. The striated
hormonal "deadlock":
musculature that is often involved has epileptic crisis (heart attack): tonic, clonic or both. In Nature,
territorial conflict with
such a coronary heart attack is the exception, because a "second wolf' instinctively never resolves
depression (resignation his territorial conflict. We viewed the absence that occurs during the artrial arrest, as particulary
conflict).
dramatic and mistakenly assumed that the person was dead. In many cases this was incorrect;
the patient was only "seemingly dead"! For example, with 3-4 heart beats per minute and even
very nat breathing (which the physician doesn't notice), a person can stay alive for a long period
of time, basically until the often long lasting absence and the cerebral slowdown of the artrial
f---------__J
arrhythmia is over. The EEG provides in such cases the evidence.
Therapy: After I discovered the 5th Biological Law, my therapeutic approach has changed considerably. If we are dealing
with a "seemingly dead" person, we were tempted to wake him/her up immediately (with the use of all medical means of
intensive care), and interrupt the epileptoid shock. But to interrupt these naturally regulated processes which have been
practiced for millions of years, is, particularly in view of the little success of conventional medicine in this area, as dangerous,
if not more dangerous than to wait until the shock is released naturally. The Epi-Crisis has a biological purpose!
Of course, in an acute case we don't know, how long the conflict activity has lasted, and, whether the patient will wake up,
if we just "wait". At this point, we still lack the necessary diagnostic tools. Administering Cortison hasn't met our expectations.
But we do know that with the onset of the post-epileptoid re-vagotonia, the cardiac arrest will be spontaneously released,
and cardiac frequency will return to normal.

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anterior wall

Coronary artery squamous epilhelium intima relay and


rhythm centre for slow cardiac rhythm (ventricular bradycardia)
Conflict: a) right-handed man: territory-loss-conflict;
b) left-handed woman: sexual conflict

posterior wall

01. med Mag. meot. Ryke Geerd Hamer

1. Coronary artery squamous epithelium intima (Sensilivity during SBS follws Ihe "gullet mucosa pattern" )

Ca-phase: angina pectoris (pain) due to ulceration of the squamous epithelium intima;
Pel-phase (except epileptoid crisis): no pain anymore due to ulcers;.
'.
Restoration of the ulcers under swelling of the intima and mitosis; especially severe edema With syndrome: coronary artery occlosion (not fatal!),
The pci-healing phase-swelling in the intima (squamous epithelium), that leads sometimes to a streched coronary artery, IS.absolutly Irrelevant.
Epileptoid crisis: bradycardial arrhythmia due to bradycardial (heart chamber-) rhythm centre right peri-insular. Severe angma pectoris pain + absence (see
"gullet mucosa pattern").
.
..
.
.
If patient dies, then because of a bradycardial arrest/ standstill of the rhythm centre right pen-Insular, not because of the heart It~~If. V.eryoften ,~hecardial
arrest (= asystilia) is reversible after minutes or even hours (= apparent death). This temporary asystolia ISusuall,Yequat,~d With cardiac death In clinical
medicine. In the middle age the dead were burried "preliminary" at a busy place/location In town, thls means the corpse was covered With a very thin earth
layer but mouth, nose, ears and eyes weren't covered. A lot of "corpses" woke up during the "wake" of the relatives and were liVing for many years. Asystolia
is "just" an epileptoid crisis of the right bradycardial heart rhythm centre.
."
"
.
Today's try to reanimate a patient sometimes (but rarely) succeeds. We don't know yet how much success we would have With wake and Without further
manipulation.
..
.
..
,
Possibly we would have much more success. We didn't know what could have been a biological meaningful and additional help because we hadn t any
knowledge about the mechanisms.
.
d .
.
Macabre: not few patients wake up again in the fridgerator of the pathology and die a 2n time due to hypothermia.
2. Coronary artery musculature
Conflict: connected with intima-conflict (ectoderm); however, with the additional self-devaluation-aspect (mesoderm):
a) Righi-handed man: territory-loss-conflict;
b) Left-handed woman: sexual conflict;
Ca-phase: muscle necrosis of the striated circular coronary artery musculature (see cerebral medulla, mesoderm), partial paralysis of musculatur (see motor
cortex, ectoderm, red column);
Pel-phase: restoration of the striated coronary artery musculature;
Epileptic crisis: tonic or clonic rnuscle cramps that proceed in the same rhythm with the severe angina pectoris pain and with the absence, caused by
epileptoid sensory crisis.
.
.
The muscle cramps occur together with the bradycardial arrhythmia of the right cerebral heart rhythm centre (possibly cardiac arrest).
.
It is not important, that the healing plaques of the intima u!cers are flooded into the ramification of the coro~ary arteries: The plaques can occlude temporarily
the smallest peripheral ramifications of Ihe coronary arteries, but soon they get dissolved agam. They don t cause deadly symptomes.
Keep in mind for the 1st conflict: the right-handed woman cannot get a coronary artery ulcer; left-handed man cannot get a coronary-artery ulcer;
EXCEPTION: hormonal changes or schizophrenic constellation!
Furthermore: The coronary vessels are descendants of the branchial arch. They have a highly sensible ~quall1ous epi~hel!umintima (ectoderm), means
different from all the other normal arteries and veins with exception of the aortic arch and the carotid artenes (see carotid sinus = blood pressure regulator),
which are descendants of the branchial arch, too. However, they have as a further particularity - again in cont.rary to.al! the normal bloo? vessels that ~~ent
descendants of the branchial arch - the coating of striated musculature that usually proceeds synchronously wl.ththe mlln~a-SBSand which has an addlllon~1
self-devaluation-conflict-aspect. This striated coronary musculature (= so-called muscularis layer) has a nulrillve centre In the cerebral medulla (ca-phase.
necrosis) and a contraction-innervation-centre in the motor cortex (ectoderm)...
.
Hereby the special vessel-musculature of the branchial arch descendant-vessels ISnot different from the striated musculature of our body.
Particularity: in the epileptoid/epiletic crisis the sensory and motor SBS proceed in a synchronous way:
a) sensory epileptoid symptomes: severe pain + absence ("gullet.mucosa pattern");
..
..
.
b) motor, cramp-like epileptic symptomes wilh rupture of the healing-plaques from the preliminary Intlma-ulcer.s,
. . . . .
c) as an additional symptoms we can see the epileptoid crisis of the cardiac rhythm centre,.also t~ the HH pen-Insular: on tile left tachycardia With arrhythmia
(ventricular flutter and ventricular fibrillation), on the right bradycardia With arrhythmia (until cardiac arrest);
d) Cervix uteri and portio (left cerebral hemisphere in women) and semnal vesicle In left-handed men react synchronously.

SBSORGAN
MANIFESTATION

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MANIFESTATION

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

General remark: An active territorial conflict demotes a male to a position of "second in command". As a result, a RH-male can only respond to
further cortical conflicts With his leH, female, brain hemisphere. Such a RH-male with an active territorial conflict never develops the strength or
endurance of a left-handed male, whose left brain hemisphere closes with the first conflict, resulting in enormous strenqlh. The right-handed male,
on the ot~,er hand, has a ~uCh better chance of survival when he is - as "second in command" - in this stage of a "hanging connic!". The majority
are such second wolves. With 111 a wolf pack, 80% of wolves are so-called "second wolves", and homosexual. Mother Nature made sure that
these "vanquished" wolves will not try to defeat their leader at their first opportunity. On the contrary, they love their leader, and defend him Just
as In the ~Iddle A.ges the pages defended and rallied around their leader knight. It is biologically significant that a defeated wolf instinctively never
res~,lves his hangln~ territorial conflict untl! the end of hls life, because he would otherwise die of a heart attack. Even if the alpha wolf disappears,
the second wolf" Will not resolve his conflict: The alpha-female will rather temporarily take over the leadership of the pack, until either a) a young
wolf without a conflict matures or b) an ~utslder-wolf or c) a constellated wolf, who resolved both conflicts simultaneously, is now capable of
leading the pack (leader In waiting position). During a constellation, cortical conflicts develop hardly any conflict mass.

3b) Seminal
vesicle ulcers.
Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin
pattern".

Conflict of not being


able to discharge
sufficient ejaculate.

as above.

Biological meaning: enlargement of the


seminal vesicles to be able to store more
sperm for ejaculation.

Swelling of the seminal vesicle mucosa in


the area of the precceding ulcers (usually
not noticed).

Sa) Intrahepatic
and extrahepatic
squamous
epithelial liverbile duct ulcers
and gall bladder
ulcers. Sensitivity
consistent with
"gullet mucosa
pattern".

1---------------1

LIVER - with germ layer correlations


Liver parenchyma
(endoderm, brainstem
controlled)
ca-phase: liver adeno
ca (secretory and
resorptive type)
pel-phase: cell
destruction with TB;
caverns

Gall bladder

curvature, pylorus
and duodenum
(bulbus duodeni).
There are so-called
"stomach types",
who always
respond with
territorial anger,
resulting in
squamous
epithelial ulcers.
Sensitivity
consistent with
"gullet mucosa

Territorial anger conflict;


conflict concerning the
boundaries of the
territory, e.g. anger with
a "neighbour-alpha
wolf'; conflict regarding
the content of the
territory, e.g. the female
is unfaithful.

HH
temporal,
right.

Biological meaning: ulcerative widening


of the stomach passage, especially of the
pylorus.

1"'-------------1
Gastric or duodenal ulcers; pain or even
acute pain (sensitivity according to "gullet
mucosa"-paltern). The area where the
ulcers develop is very sensitive squamous
epithelial tissue, supplied by the sensory
cortex; therefore acute pain, stomach
colics of all kind, and spasm (if striated
musculature is involved; except for the
small curvature and the pylorus, the
stomach consists of smooth rruscuaiure).

Bleeding stomach or duodenal ulcers


(haematemesis and black stool), Although
these are good signs, we are used to view'
them as negative. During pel-phase, no more
pain or colics, except occasional vomiting
(see Epi-Crisis). Caution with the
"Syndrome"!
Epileptoid crisis: acute pain +bleeding +
absence; with simultaneous epilectic
contraction of the striated stomach
musculature: painful stomach epilepsy =
stomach colic + stomach bleeding + absence.

"Liver bile ducts (ectoderm, cortex controlled)


ca-phase: ulceration (cell loss)
pel-phase: cell restoration with swelling (hepatitis)
With "Syndrome" increased swelling in bile ducts =
hepatomegaly = enlarged liver and yellow coloring of skin and
sclera of eyes (icterus).
Epileptic crisis of striated musculature occurs together with
epileptoid crisis of ulcers: gall colic, particularly in large bile
duct = ductus choledochus.
Epileptoid crisis with absence. Simultaneously drop of
Gamma-GT in serum and hypoglycemia. Dangerous!
Hypoglycemia with absence was previously called liver coma.
Therapy: maltodextrine, orally.
"During SBS of small and large bile ducts as well as gall bladder
squamous epithelium sensitivity follows "gullet mucosa pattern."

Dr. med. Mag. theol.

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HH
Biological meaning: ulcerative widening of
Territorial anger
temporal, the intrahepatic and extrahepatic bile ducts to
conflict; the
improve bile flow.
boundaries to the right.
neighbour
territories are
invaded and a
Ulcers in the intrahepatic and extrahepatic bile
"alpha neighbour"
ducts and the gallbladder; moderate pain, since
is taking over; often
innervated from sensory cortex.
disputes over
money.

Seminal vesicle mucosa ulcers, often


with simultaneous ulcers in coronary
arteries.

Ryke Geerd Hamer

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CA.PHASE)


SYMPATHICOTONIA
CELL DESTRUCTION (ULCERS)

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CA.PHASE)


SYMPATHICOTONIA
CELL DESTRUCTION (ULCERS)

Hepatitis. So-called hepatitis develops


inevitably when Hepatitis-A and B-viruses
are involved (if viruses actually exist, which
is highly questionable); without hepatitis
viruses = Hepatitis non A, non B. Because
of the swelling of the intra canalicular mucosa
during the healing process of the ulcers, a
temporary bile-duct occlusion (icterus =
jaundice) and obstruction of bile flow occurs,
either in the majority of the intrahepatic or
extrahepatic bile ducts (icteric hepatitis) or

confined to a smaller area (anicteric hepatitis). Viruses, if they exist, could


at the most optimize the healing process. Epileptoid crisis: usually called
"liver coma". While with stomach ulcers, the bleeding during the Epileptoid
Crisis is the most feared complication, with hepatitis it is the liver coma. It
is most important to understand that each hepatitis Epi-Crisis 1. comes with
absence (this is normal!), 2. causes an impairment of the alpha-islet cells,
resulting in hypoglycemia. An icteric patient with absence and blood sugar.
parameter next to nil (which we never realized) was considered to be prefatal. That was the "liver coma" (dangerous hypoglycemia). The hepatitis
Epileptoid Crisis usually occurs when the liver parameters begin to drop (esp.
Gamma-GT, alkaline phosphatase, and eventually bilirubin with icterus). The
liver coma is in reality a brain coma with absence and acute hypoglycemia.
Therapy: continuous administration of glucose per os or eventually per
stomach tube with absence. When intravenous infusion is indicated, caution
with the "Syndrome", since this causes severe swelling of the liver
(hepatomegaly) with pain due to the stretching of the liver capsule, and,
because of hepatomegaly, the liver parameter, esp. Garnrna-Gl, increase
considerably, which is not the case without the "Syndrome". Liver cirrhosis:
Equal to the bronchial "atelectasis" and cirrhosis in the milk-ducts, there are
two types of liver cirrhosis:
1. with long lasting ca-phase (over years), the intreahepatic bile ducts scar
over and become unpassable, means thy occlude.
2. with repetitive relapses of the territorial anger (or recurrent hepatitis), the
ducts occlude with the gradual build-up of scar tissue during the "hanging
healing"-phase. With the "Syndrome", increased swelling in the bile ducts =
enlarged liver (hepatomegaly); yellow skin and yellow sclera (icterus), and
enlarged brain edema = "brain coma". We see colics, biliary colics, or
intrahepatic biliary colics, when the striated musculature of bile ducts or gall
bladder is involved.

5b) Pancreatic
duct squamous
epithelial ulcers.

Territorial anger conflict.

HH
temporal,
right.

Sensitivity
consistent with
"gullet mucosa
pattern".

It..

. ."

Conflict of not being able HH


to mark the boundary of ternporothe territory; territorial
occipital,
marking conflict; also: not right.
knowing what position to
take.
Adrenal medulla

Dr. med.

Biological meaning: ulcerative widening


of the renal pelvis to improve urine now.

. ~ -.

Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin
pattern".

Adrenal Cortex

Kidney collecting tubules

Kidney parenchyma

Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin pattern".

Conflict of not being


able to mark the
boundary of the territory;
territorial marking
conflict.

It.. ri

Bladder mucosa
Conflict of not being able
ulcers, left side of to mark the boundary of
(male) bladder.
the territory; territorial
marking conflict. E.g.
Sensitivity
"where can I put my
consistent with
boundary stones?"
"outer skin
pattern".

HH
temporeoccipital,
right.

Biological meaning: ulcerative widening


of the ureter, which improves urine now.

fo-------------I
Ulcers in the left ureter, without pain.

Painful swelling of the mucosa in the


ulcerated area. The swelling can occlude
the ureter; spasm and colics in the Epi-crisis
if musculatur of ureter is involved.

Caution: with the "Syndrome", the


symptoms can be acute.
Epileptoid crisis = absence.

Biological meaning: ulcerative widening


of the urethra allows to better mark the
territory because of stronger urine now.

temporooccipital,
right.

Urinary retention when urethra is oceluded


due to swelling; bleeding, hypersensitivity;
eventual pain; potentially absence during
the Epileptoid Crisis! With the "Syndrome",
often occlusion of urethra. Therapy: bladder
catheder until pel-phase is completed.

f-----------~
Ulcers in the urethra mucosa; no pain in
the ca-phase. Hyposensitivity (numbness).

Pel-phase: swelling; pain (hyperesthesia);


muscular spasm and kidney colic when
musculature is involved: during the EpiCrisis: epileptic attack; Renal gravel or calyx
stones are pushed through the neck of the
calyx into the renal pelvis from where they
pass through the uretra into the bladder.
This process is called kidney colic.
The kidney colic is basically an epileptic
muscular crisis taking place in the
musculature of the renal pelvis and the
calyces. - Calcium oxalate stones are the
result of a kidney collecting tubule TB
(see I ya ri + Ie).

It ri

Conflict of not being able


to mark the boundary of
the territory; territorial
marking conflict.

...

~------------I
Ulcers in the left renal pelvis or renal
calyces, without pain!

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CAPHASE)


SYMPATHICOTONIA
CELL DESTRUCTION (ULCERS)
_

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

Urethra mucosa
ulcers, left side.

Mag. theol, Ryke Geerd Hamer

Ureter mucosa
ulcers,
left side.

The swelling in the ulcerated area can


ocelude the ducts; increased serum amylase;
pseudo pancreas tumor.
Caution with "Syndrome". After the swelling
has gone down, the pancreatic ducts regain
their function.
Epileptoid crisis: pain + absence; painful
colic when epileptic attack of striated
musculature of the pancreatic duct occurs.

I------------~
Ulcers in the branches of the pancreatic
duct, and/or in the large pancreatic duct
(ductus pancreaticus). Pain!

Ureter mucosa

Biological meaning: ulcerative widening


of pancreatic ducts allows faster release
of pancreatic fluid.

r;

Renal pelvis
squamous
epithelium ulcers
mucosa
(so-called
transitional
squamous
epithelium)
ulcers,left side.
Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin
pattern".

SSS-ORGANMANIFESTATION
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MANIFESTATION

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CA-PHASE)


SYMPATHICOTONIA
CELL DESTRUCTION (ULCERS)

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

Biological meaning: ulcerative widening Bleeding from the ulcers, swelling, redness,
HH
of
the bladder improves the ability to mark pain, hyperesthesia, itching, spasm during
temporothe
territory with more urine.
occipital
the motoric Epileptic Crisis, when bladder
in postmusculature is involved.
Ulcers in bladder mucosa squamous
sensory
Caution: with "Syndrome" the symptoms
epithelium = so-called trasitional
cortex
are more severe. Epileptoid Crisis: absence.
(sensitive), epithelium; no pain, no bleeding.
right.

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10

Ita ri

.':

a) Epithelial
ulcers of the
outer layer of the
skin (epidermis
ulcers) with
sensory loss or
sensory
impairment, left
side of the body.

'

. - .:

Separation contlict; loss


of physical contact; loss
of contact with mother,
family (herd), friends.
This conflict is of great
importance, since in
nature a loss of contact
with the family/herd often
results in death.

HH in
sensory
and postsensory
cortex
from
interhemispheric to
basal
lateral,
right.

as above.

as above.

Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin
pattern".
ca-phase:
numbness;
pel-phase:
hyperesthesia,
itching (pruritus),
possibly pain.
b) Psoriasis.
Sensitivity consistent with "outer
skin pattern".

Skin With germ layer


correlations

,'--...

. -::

_"-:_ .

.J

,!"

..._

. '

oJ.

Biological meaning: with reduced skin


sensitivity (which is tied to the sensitive
squamous epithelium) temporary memory
loss, which allows to forget the (absent)
mother, child, partner for the time being.
Development of skin (epidermis) ulcers,
which cannot be detected macroscopically. The skin is rough, pale because
of poor blood circulation, and cold. The
sensitivity of the skin gradually
decreases, and can become completely
lost. The patient feels little or nothing at
all (pale, scaling neurodermatitis).
Moreover: short-term memory
impairment: an animal mother, for
example, does no longer recognize her
offspring. The short-term memory
impairment reaches into the edemaphase (due to dissociation of the affected
brain celis).

".

-:.

-:_'-

Tissue restoration: The skin swells up and


becomes red, hot, and itchy (pruritus);
possibly painful. These manifestations
(effiorescences) are called exanthema,
dermatitis, urticaria, flourishing
neurodermatitis, or eczema. The skin
appears to be "sick" (but is in fact healing).
That's why dermatologists diagnosed most
skin diseases (of the epidermis)from the
conflictolysis (Cl) on, due to not knowing
the GNM. In reality the ulcers occured
already before. In pel-phase occurs the big
healing. If the ca-phase lasted over a long
period of time, the healing phase can be of
long duration. In addition, (unnoticed)
relapses can occur, which naturally prolong
the healing process. Here we also find facial
trigeminal neuralgia. Caution: with the
"Syndrome" the swelling can be severe.
Epileptoid crisis = absence.

Psoriasis always indicates a simultaneous occurrence of an active separation conflict


and a resolved separation connict, which overlap in one or in several skin areas.
This results in the typical scaling (ca-phase) on a red surface (pel-phase).

Upper side of
Epidermis
Under side of
Epidermis
Perspiratory
gland

Corium skin

~tJ.I.--Sebaceous

gland
Dr. med. Mag. theol, Ryke Geerd Hamer

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

Alopecia: partial
(alopecia areata)
or total (alopecia
totalis) loss of hair,
left side of the
body.
Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin
pattern"

a) Epithelial
ulcers of the
eyelids and of the
conjunctiva of the
left eye.

Separation conflict
referring to the part of
the body that is no
longer caressed or
stroked
1. Possibility: e.g., a
child is used to being
caressed on his head by
his grandmother. The
grandmother dies:
alopecia
areata on the head.
2. Possibility: e.g., a dog
is always caressed on
his head by his master.
The dog dies: the master
relates the separation
from his dog to his own
head: alopecla areata
on the head (bald head).

Separation conflict: One


loses sight of someone
while sleeping (when the
eyes are closed).
'------------1

Sensitivity consistent with "outer skin pattern".


~-::----___.--------j
b) Cornea ulcers Severe visual
f th I ft
o e e eye.
separation conflict;
Sensitivity
losing sight of someone
consistent with
'outer skin pattern".
IC:-:)

U-:-:I-ce-rs-of-t-he-+--V-e-ry-s-e-ve-r-e
-vi-su-a-I---I

lens of the left eye. separation conflict;


So-called "grey"
losing sight of
cataract. The lens someone.
is invaginated
squamous
epithelium of the outer skin. Sensitivity
consistent with "outer skin pattern".

sensory
cortex,
pararnediancranial,
right.

Biological meaning: with reduction of


sensitivity, temporary memory loss
concerning one's mother, child or
partner.

t-------------I
Progressive partial or total hair loss during
co-phase (also alopecia androgenica)

Biological meaning: to be able to forget


sensory
temporarily the one who was lost out of
cortex.
sight.
151 branch
of N.
Ulcers of the eylids and the conjunctiva;
scales.
Trigeminus.
(ophthal-

"B~':I=-===---:--:--;--:-:--:--:---t------------_J
10 ogical meaning: to be able to forget
mic)
temporarily the one who was lost out of
located in sight.
cerebrum

r-------------

lateral,
temporal,
right.

Redness and swelling of the scalp.


Hyperesthesia, pain, itching (pruritus).
Shedding of the scalp skin; hair loss stops,
and hair grows back. Alopecia is gone.

a) Redness, itching, swelling of the eyelids


(blepharitis) and/or the conjunctiva
(conjunctivitis), after the person returns.

b) Keratitis with swelling, itching, and


possibly temporary corneal opacity due to
the inflammation (so-called trachoma).

Cornea ulcers.

Biological meaning: the person fading


from one's sight will be longer visible.

r-------------I
Ulcers respectively necroses in the lens,
which usually go unnoticed.

c) Opacity of the lens is a sign of healing,


after the individual (human, animal) one has
lost sight of has returned. Opacity of the lens
= "gray" cataract. During the pel-phase
hyperesthesia of the lens.

Vitiligo of the skin


(white patches
disease).
Epithelial ulcers on
the backside of the
epidermis, which
consist of an
epithelial
melanophore layer;
therefore the white
patches; left side
of the body.
Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin pattern".

Brutal or ugly separation


conflict from a loved one
or from a respected
person, e.g. "Your father
had a motorcycle
accident. His head/brain
is totally crushed."

HH in
sensory
cortex,
right.

Intraductal
epithelial ulcers
(milk duct
ulceration),
left breast (in the
healing phase socalled intraductal
carcinoma or
breast cancer).
During evolution
the ectodermal
epithelial
epidermis
invaginated
through the nipple
and migrated into
the milk ducts.
Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin
pattern".

Left-handed female:
Partner-separation
conflict,
e.g.: "My partner has
been torn from my
breast".

HH in
sensory
cortex,
right.

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Right-handed female:
Mother/Childseparation conflict,
e.g.: "My child has
been torn from my
breast".

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CA PHASE)


= SYMPATHICOTONIA
CELL DESTRUCTION (ULCERS)

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CA-PHASE)


= SYMPATHICOTONIA
CELL DESTRUCTION (ULCERS)

Biological meaning: ulcerative removal


of tile backside of the epidermis including
pigmentation in order to better feel the
mother, child, or partner from whom one
separated (no loss of sensitivity).

Cell restoration with redness and swelling;


remission of the white patches starts
generally at the edges. Scarlet fever is a
mild healing phase of a generalized vitiligo
(smooth skin).

Expansion of the white patches through


ulceration on underside of the epidermis.

Swelling of the squamous epithelial mucosa


Biological meaning: the ulcerative
widening of the milk ducts allows (due to in the milk ducts in the ulcerated area with
separation of partner or mother/child) that hyperesthesia (hypersensitivity of the skin),
the milk can drain off easier so that it does itching (pruritus), and possibly pain. If the
not get congested in the breast ( "nearly swelling occludes the milk duct, the secretion
produced during the healing process retains,
bursting" udder of the cow).
resulting in larger swelling, particularly behind
The intraductal ulcers that develop during the nipple (mamille) = typical findings in
the ca-phase are not noticed due to the intraductal ca.
numbness (sensitivity "outer skin"-pattern); The swelling can either be circular or involve
only part of the breast.
so-called cirrhotic milk duct ulcers
Caution: major complications with the
"nowdays cancer!". In reality, this is a
continuous ulcerative process = cirrhosis. "Syndrome".
Local inversion of the the breast or of the Simple therapy: with goats, the baby goat
nipple. The outer skin of the breast and drinks the udder empty, or the goat is milked
once or twice a day. In medicine there is no
the nipple, from where the milk duct
epithelium originally derived, can also be technique to "milk" such a full, inflamed
breast. Applying fresh pressed savoy
involved.
cabbage leaves can be helpful. Towards
the end of the healing phase (without
suction), the breast becomes small and hard,
which is completely harmless.

1-------------1

ca-phase:

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CELL DESTRUCTION (ULCERS)

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

pel-phase:

Milk duct ulceration

1. Swelling of milk duct mucosa

2. Congestion in milk ducts, misdiagnosed


as ductal breast cancer

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

Nasal mucosa
ulcers,
left side. Sensitivity
consistent
with "outer skin"pattern.

inside of the nose; stinkconflict.

Oral mucosa
(squamous
epithelial) ulcers,
left side.
Sensitivity
consistent with
"gullet mucosa
pattern".

Mouth or tongue conflict,


e.g. alcohol test: driver
has to blow (with his
mouth) into the
breathalyzer and loses
his driver's licence after
he tested positive.

,18

Biological meaning: ulcerative


Swelling of the nasal mucosa; itching; with
enlargement of the nasal mucosa.
or without nose bleeds; because of the
~U-Ic-er-s-in-t-he-na-s-a-I
m-u-c-o-sa-,
-w-hi-ch-do-n-l't itching, this is often viewed as allergic rhinitis.
bleed but form scabs. The longer the
conflict lasts the bigger and deeper are
the ulcers.

HH
mediofrontobasal,
right.

Biological meaning: ulcerative


enlargement of the buccal cavity.

1-------------;
Development of a small or larger
squamous epithelial ulcer in the mouth
or on the tongue mucosa. The longer the
conflict lasts the bigger and deeper is the
ulcer; very painful.
-

.
Ita ri

Para-nasal sinus
mucosa ulcers,
left side.
Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin
pattern".

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CA.PHASE)


= SYMPATHICOTONIA
CELL DESTRUCTION (ULCERS)

'.

Stink conflict: ''This stinks!" HH


(also in a figurative
frontosense).
basal,
right.

So-called "intra-ductal tumor"

n...

Acute local swelling of the mouth mucosa;


possibly bleeding. Within 3 to 6 weeks the
previously ulcerated area shows only a small
scar. No pain.

- . '.,

- ...
.

Biological meaning: ulcerative widening.

Acute swelling of the para-nasal sinus


mucosa in the ulcerated area (with or without
Ulcers in the para-nasal sinus area rarely virus) with hyperesthesia, itching (pruritus),
cause discomfort, because during the ca- absence and discharge of serious fluid (runny
nose). Caution: Sinusits with "Syndrome"!
phase the mucosa is without sensation.
With the completion of the pcl-phase, the
ulcers are healed. Purulent sinusitis occurs,
when the connective tissue of the sinuses
is involved.

1-------------;

19
So-called "cirrhotic milk duct ulcers" ("cirrhotic
carcinoma"), which is in reality a long lasting ulceration
process (ca-phase); nipple inversion

15

Mag. theol, Ryke Geerd Hamer

,I

RII ri

Dental enamel
cavities; so-called
caries, left teeth.
Tooth enamel is
hardened (ivorylike) squamous
epithelial mouth
mucosa. Sensitivity
consistent with
"Gullet mucosa
pattern".

Dr. med.

Conflict of not being


allowed to bite back (a
German Sheppard
could bite a Dachshund
but is not allowed to).

HH
interhemispheric
frontal
paramedian,
right.

Biological meaning: the temporary


painful hypersensitivity of the enamel
does not permit to "bite" the person or
the matter one wants to "bite" but is not
allowed to.

The tooth enamel is slowly restored without


pain. Occasionally, there is sensitivity to
warm/cold or sweet/sour.

Rari

Esophagus
mucosa ulcers
(esophageal
squamous
epithelial ulcers),
upper 2/3,
left side.
Sensitivity
consistent
with "gullet
mucosa pattern".

The decaying process of the enamel (socalled caries) occurs during the ca-phase.
The tooth enamel is in reality hardened
(ivory-like) oral squamous epithelial
mucosa.

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_~.,

Conflict of not wanting to HH


swallow a morsel;
Irontowanting to spit the morsel parietalbasal,
out.
right.

_.

_',

Biological meaning: ulcerative widening During the pel-phase often bleeding but no
of the diameter of the esophagus.
pain. If the bleeding is not severe, there are
~UI-ce-r-s-in-th-e-u-p-pe-r-pa-rt-o-f
';'th-e";es;"o-p-ha-g-u-ls
no further com plica tions.
(upper 2/3) with hyperesthesia and pain.
Since the esophageal squamous
epithelium is very thick, it can take some
time before the deep ulcers are detected through gastroscopy. Regarding the
innervation, the esophagus is divided
into a right and left side, which are crossinnervated. Spasms while swallo-wing;
stenoses due to hyperesthesia and pain.
The striated musculature of the
esophagus is often involved (necroses).
Often leading to the diagnosis.

At this point, one only has to wait until the


healing phase is complete because nothing
else can happen. If the conflict activity was
long and/or intense, the swelling can cause
swallowing difficulties, particularly with the
"Syndrome". This can be remedied with the
help of a stomach tube through the nose for
a period of 2-3 months, until the swelling
recedes. During the Epileptoid Crisis acute
pain, often with a focal seizure of the striated
esophageal musculature = esophagus
epilepsy; very painful esophagus spasms
(tonic-clonic). If the patient is aware of that
it is not so difficult.

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

Outgoing
lacrimal gland
duct ulceration,
left side.
Sensitivity
consistent with
"gullet mucosa
pattern".

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CA.PHASE)


= SYMPATHICOTONIA
CELL DESTRUCTION (ULCERS)

Conflict of wanting or not HH


wanting to be seen.
Irontolateralbasal,
right.

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...

2I

Ra ri

Outgoing parotid
gland duct
ulcers, left side.
Sensitivity
consistent
with "gullet
mucosa pattern".

'.

.,.-'

-'.

Biological meaning: ulcerative widening


of the lacrimal gland duct.

- -.

Healing under swelling of the lacrimal ducts


mucosa. This can cause occlusion of the
lacrimal duct and swelling of the entire
lacrimal gland. In general large lacrimal gland
("mumps").

Outgoing
thyroid ducts
(former)
squamous
epithelial ulcers
(cold nodules)

!------------~
Painful pulling in the lacrimal gland ducts.
Ulcers in the outgoing ectodermal ducts
of the left lacrimal gland.

,_.."..~

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

'

.. ~...

"''L.-

r....
I

Unable, unwilling, or not HH fronto Biological meaning: ulcerative


allowed to eat (insalivate) lateralwidening of the outgoing parotid gland
something.
basal,
duct.
right.
!------------....j
Painful pulling in the parotid gland duct;
hyperesthesia.

-...

--

_ ';

...

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'"

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-"

'r'"

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:

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......
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I
u

I
Biological meaning: ulcerative widening
of the sublingual salivary gland duct.
~-----------~
Painful pulling in the gland duct;
hyperesthesia.

Swelling and redness in the gland ducts.


The duct can occlude and the swelling
can be mistaken for a glandular tumor.
Occasional bleeding.

Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin
pattern"

Fear-fright conflict, e.g.


due to totally unexpected
danger = female
response. A male would
instantly respond with
active defence, i.e with
attacking. Conflict of not
being able to speak
("I am speechless").

Fear-fright conflict with


Laryngeal
motor (possibly also
asthma = short
with sensory)
motor (possibly
component + one SBS
also sensory)
in ca-phase in right
epileptic
territorial conflict area.
(epileptoid)
short schizophrenic constellation:
1. Epileptic Crisis cerebrally left
2. SBS in ca-phase cerebrally right (territorial
conflict area)
Status asthmaticus: Epileptic Constellation
for the duration of both simultaneous Epicrises (laryngeal musculature and bronchial
musculature).

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_, -::_~- .-- - -,-.

R.t I..

Laryngeal
squamous
epithelial ulcers

swelling.

Unable, unwilling, or not HH


allowed to eat (insalivate) frontosomething.
lateralbasal,
right.

~2

Development of so-called euthyroid, also


retrosternal or mediastinal thyroid cysts.
The euthyroid cysts are equivalent to
Non-Hodgkin cysts (see right column).
They are labeled "euthyroid struma" or
"benign goiter'. Hypoesthesia (consistent
with "gullet mucosa pattern").

Ulcers in the former thyroid ducts which


are closed to the outside (the previously
excretory ducts are now endocrine glands).
The ulcers are not visible but can be felt
as pulling in the thyroid = hyperesthesia.

of secretion and severe

R.t ri

Outgoing
sublingual
salivary gland
duct ulcers,
left side. Sensitivity
consistent with
"gullet mucosa
pattern".

Biological meaning: ulcerative widening


of the ducts so that more thyroxine can be
delivered into the blood stream (originally
into the intestinal tract now into the blood
stream).
1-

I
22

HH frontal,
left.

Swelling and redness in the ulcerated area


of the parotid gland duct. "Mumps" is an
occlusion that occurs during the pel-phase.
"Mumps" swelling and occlusion of the
parotid gland duct.
Accumulation

Sensitivity
consistent with
"gullet mucosa
pattern".

Conflict of feeling
powerless: liMy hands
are tied. There is
nothing I can do about
the situation", "I feel
helpless", or "something
should urgently be done
and nobody is doing
anything about it!",

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CAPHASE)


= SYMPATHICOTONIA
CELL DESTRUCTION (ULCERS)

HH frontallateral left.
In Broca's
center
correlation
to entire
larynx.

For
laryngeal
asthma
1. HH
cerebrally
left.
2. HH
cerebrally
right in
territorial
conflict area.

Biological meaning: ulcerative widening


of the larynx allows faster air intake
(inhalation).
Ulcers in the area of the larynx and/or of
the vocal cords, which is rarely noticed
during the ca-phase. The voice may
change; usually without pain. Hypoesthesia
= numbness, since the sensitivity is
consistent with the "outer skin"- pattern.
Difficulities to form words, e.g. with socalled apoplectic insult with partial motor
paralysis of the laryngeal musculature.

Laryngeal muscle necrosis + possibly


laryngeal mucosa ulcers.
Motor and possibly sensory paralysis of
both the laryngeal musculature and the
laryngeal mucosa.

Cell proliferation and replenishment of the


ulcers; swelling, hyperesthesia, pruritus
and possibly pain in the laryngeal mucosa;
now the voice changes. The disease is
diagnosed during the healing phase.
Hyperesthesia since the sensitivity is
consistent with the "outer skin pattern"
(the mucosa of the outer skin migrated
into the larynx). Vocal cord polyps are
squamous epithelial warts.

Short schizophrenic constellation only for


the duration of the motor Epileptic Crisis
of the laryngeal musculature (possibly
simultaneous sensory Epileptoid Crisis of
the laryngeal mucosa with absence,
pruritus, swelling, redness and pain, since
the laryngeal mucosa is consistent with
the "outer skin pattern"). At the same time,
there is ongoing conflict activity in the
right cerebral territorial conflict area.
Asthma is basically a special "Syndrome"
with the SBS in the pel-phase with
Epileptic Crisis.

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

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CELL DESTRUCTION (ULCERS)

Laryngeal Asthma
inhaling

is extended and intensified

(= gasping)

Laryngeal musculature relay,


pel-phase in epileptic crisis
(= laryngeal musculature epilepsy)

+ a second HH anywhere cortical right


in ca-phase or in epileptoid crisis.

Often the laryngeal mucosa relay


(see right) is also involved =
combination of motor and sensory
constellation

In women,
coronary veins
ulcers and ulcers
of the uterine
cervix and the
portio mucosa
often occur
simultaneously.
Naturally, men
(LH-males)
develop only
coronary vein
ulcers.

Status asthmaticus
(both SBSs are in the epileptic

crisis (epilepsy))

Inhaling and exhaling are extended and intensified


(dangerous)

HH in laryngeal musculature relay,


pel-phase in epileptic crisis =
laryngeal musculature epilepsy

The coronary
veins are
descendants of
the pharyngeal
arch and sensory
supplied by the
cerebral sensory
cortex.
Therefore, the
intima of the
coronary veins
consists of highly
sensitive
squamous
epithelium (not of
endothelium)

HH in bronchial musculature relay,


pel-phase in epileptic crisis =
bronchial musculature epilepsy

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CA-PHASE)


= SYMPATHICOTONIA
CELL DESTRUCTION (ULCERS)

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

1. Righthanded
female: sexual confict;
biological sexual
frustration conflict of not
being able or not having
been able to mate.
2. Left-handed male:
Territorial confhct; loss
of the entire territory or
of part of it, e.g.
partner/wife walks out.
3. In schizophrenic
constellation: willl RHmale or LH-female.
4. With special
hormone status:
LH-female: territorial
conflict (a
postmenopausal woman
reacts like a male)
Effeminate RH-male
(with hormonal
imbalance): conflict of
not being able to mate.

tachycardial
heart rhythm
center, left
peri insular.
Additional
HH lateral
left in
cerebellum,
if archaic
nestterritorycomponent
existant.

Biological meaning: ulcerative widening


of the coronary veins and the uterine
cervix.

1--------------1
A. Coronary vein ulcers with mild angina
pectoris.
In women:
a) RH-female
b) LH-female in schizophrenic constellation.
In men:
a) LH-male with mania after the first conflict,
without constellation. With constellation,
only when conflict on right cerebral
hemisphere is active, but left cerebral
conflict is accentuated.
b) RH-male in schizophrenic constellation
c) RH-male, old, effeminate, or with
hormonal imbalance. Special case:
hormonal "deadlock" with accentuation of
left cerebral HH.

Special characteristics: The sensitivity of


the squamous epithelial mucosa of the
coronary veins, is, like the sensitivity of the
coronary artery mucosa (which are
descendants of the pharyngeal arch that
originate in the gullet), consistent with the
"gullet mucosa-pattern". Therefore:
hyperesthesia and pain during the caphase, but reduced sensitivity (numbness)
during the pel-phase.
In contrast: the sensilivity of the squamous
epithelium of the uterine cervix and the
portio mucosa are consistent with the "outer
skin pattern".

(pCL-PHASE)

= VAGOTONIA
REPAIR-PHASE WITH REPLENISHMENT OF ULCERS
viruses?

1. Psychological

level: anxiety, dread

2. Cerebral level (the most important


one): after 3-6 weeks, depending on the
duration of the preceding ca-phase, the
epileptoid crisis occurs with
a) Absence (which is typical for sensory
cortex controlled organs).
b) Tachycardia and tachycardial
arrhythmia, sometimes with atrial nutter,
which can but doesn't have to be fatal!
Here: many seemingly dead! Involved is
the tachycardial heart rhythm center
periinsular left in the cerebrum
3. Organ level: pulmonary embolism,
caused by the squamous epithelial healing
scabs, which become loose, during the
epileptoid crisis, especially caused by the
often slrrultaneous epileptic crisis (=
epileptic attack of the striated musculature
of the coronary veins), centralization of
the whole peripher vascular system like
in the epileptic and epileptiod crisis. During
the Epi-Crisis, the tonic, clonic or tonicclonic contractions pull off plaques
(Thrombi = Emboli), which get pushed
into the lung circulation, resulting in
shortness of breath, feeling of destruction
and pain.
In the uterine cervix and portio mucosa
replenishment of the ulcers with bleeding
(typical healing symptom) and edematous
swelling of the cervix mucosa (Sensitivity
consistent with "outer skin pattern").
Therapy: possibly Cortisone at the end
of the Epileptoid Crisis; anticoagulation
possible but with big drawbacks:
1. It prevents coronary veins ulcers from
healing, resulting in more lung embolism
attacks.
2. In the cervix, it prevents the cessation
of bleeding, which can be fatal.

The asthma attack always occurs only during the epileptic crisis (either on the right or left side, I
or in a simultaneous Epi-Crisis: during the ca-phase there is par:lysis of the striated musculature). I

CONFUCT RESOLUTION PHASE

= POST.cONFUCTOLYTlC-PHASE

This symbol indicates a HH (Hamerscher Herd) in pel-phase with epileptic crisis (point in the middle)

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Simultaneous and synchronous development of coronary vein intima ulcer SBS


and cervix uteri- + portio-ulcer-SBS
Female territory (inner territory):
e.g. the house, the children or the sexuality;

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SYMPATHICOTONIA
CELL DESTRUCTION (ULCERS)

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

Male territory: the whole territory


left hemisphere

female territorial
area

male territorial
area

Coronary vein intima squamous epithelium relay +


rhythm centre for the fast cardiac rhythm (ventricular tachycardia);
Cervix uteri- and portio-squamous-epithelium relay;
Seminal vesicle squamous epithelium relay;

t
vein squamous

Both SBS proceed

A. Coronary
epithelium intima-SBS
Sensitivity during SBS follows "gullet mucosa pattern"

Anterior wall

Posterior wall

according

to the same rhythm

------,.

In women:
B. Cervix uteri- and portiosquamous-epithelium-mucosa-SBS
Sensitivity during SBS follows the
"outer skin pattern"
In men:
C. Seminal vesicle squamous
epithelium mucosa-sss
Sensitivity during SBS consistent with "outer skin pattern"

3b) Cervix

uteri

and portio
mucosa ulcers

HH
periinsular,
left.

Same conflict
constellations

as

above.

The right-handed man cannot get a coronary vein ulcer.


Exception: hormonal change or schizophrenic constellation!

intima

Ca-phase: light pain due to ulceration of the squamous epithelium


intima = moderate angina pectoris;
Pcl-phase (except epileptoid crisis): no pain while the ulcers
are restored (mitosis), Swelling of the intima, especially severe
with syndrome.
Epileptoid crisis: so-called coronary vein infarction; severe pain,
absence, tachycardia, tachycardial arrhythmia, so-called ventricular
nutter or ventricular fibrillation;
The ventricular flutter or ventricular fibrillation are caused by the
simultaneous epileptoid crisis in the rhythm centre for the fast
ventricular rhythm, The rhythm centre for the right-handed woman
is located in the left cerebral hemisphere peri-insular in the female
sexual relay and for the left-handed man in the territory-relay,
Possible dead due to haemodynamic stasis, this means: the blood
cannot be forwarded due to the ventricular fibrillation (affected:
tachycardial rhythm centre peri-insular left).
A2. Coronary vein musculature (striated):
The conflict is similar to the conflict of the intima, moreover it has
a self-devaluation-aspect.
Ca-phase: necrosis of the circular musculature (mesoderm) with
a partial paralysis of the vein muscuaiture (motor cortex, ectoderm);
Pel-phase: reconstruction of muscle necrosis;
Complication in the epileptic crisis: clonic or tonic epileptic attack
of the striated coronary vein musculature, therefore ablation of
the healing plaques from the healing ulcer into the lung artery
(that transports venous blood of the heart). This we call pulmonary
embolism (occlusion of the ramification of the lung arterioles). The
consequences are respiratory problems and partly congestion into
the right heart,

Dr. med. Mag. theol.

B1. Cervix uteri- and portio-squamous


epithelium-mucosa
("outer skin pattern")
Ca-phase:
ulceration
of squamous epithelium
mucosa + numbness;
Pel-phase (except epileptoid crisis): restoration of ulcers with pruritus, pain and
bleeding;
Epileptoid

crisis: numbness, absence and bleeding;

B2. Cervix uteri- and portto-musculaturs


Conflict:

similar to conflict

(striated)

of mucosa,

but with self-devaluation-aspect;.

Ca-phase: muscle necrosis of cervix uteri or/and portio, partial paralysis of


musculature;
Pel-phase: restoration of muscle necrosis;
Epileptic crisis: clonic or tonic cramps of cervix uteri- or porfio-rnuscualure, hereby
increased bleeding and dispatch of the loose ulcer-plaques (small pieces of mucosa);
Epileptoid
and epileptic
crisis usually
proceed
simultaneously,
C, Seminal

vesicle:

in men always

combined

with coronary

vein-SBS

Conflict: territory conflict in left-handed men as well as cervix uteri ulcers in women;
C1. Seminal

vesicle

squamous

epithelium

mucosa

the portio ulcers (a gooci sign!). Return of

chance of conception
constellation).

ovulation and menstruation. After the pelphase, a cervix or portio carcinoma does
not impede pregnancy,

Epileptoid

(in schizrophenic

a) RH-females
b) RH-females

on "pill" or postmenopausal

c) LH-females

in schizophrenic

constellation

in schizophrenic

constellation

on "pill" or postmenopausal.

General remark: From an evolutionary point of view, left-handedness


must have been the norm, Because in a LH-female the right (male)
cerebral hemisphere closes during the ca-phase. As a result, the woman becomes depressed, but, on the other hand, twice as sexually active.
drive, the female reinforces

the resolution

of her conflict "of not having been able to mate", Eq~ally, in a LH-n:ale

th~ left

(female) cerebral hemisphere closes during the CA-phase of a territorial conflict. As a result, the man becomes marne h~permascuhne;, Hts
chance of resolving his connict is considerably higher than in a RH-male. On the other hand, the LH-male cannot retreat into a POSition second
in command" like a RH-male with a hanging conflict, right. The LH-male is forced to fight to the bitter end, since his left (female) cerebral brain
hemisphere

is closed as a result of his conflict.

The event of the orgasm is basically

part of a "natural SBS". This means it proceeds due to the principle of the two phases although

it is not a

real SBS(conflict).There
are two types of orgasm:
.
.
,...
.,
1, the clitoral/penile orgasm, controlled from the right side of the cerebrum, with panting for breath. The epileptic cnsis IS 111 men the ejaculafion,
in women the clitoral orgasm, This clitoral-penal orgasm usually can be released manually or orally if the right hemisphere is "occupied" by a
conflict.
2, the vaginal/rectal orgasm, controlled from the left side of the cerebrum, with gasping for breath
In addition, there is the simultaneous vaginal/rectal and clitoral/penile orgasm, which we call "sexual ecstasy",
During the orgasm,

the entire territorial

the clitoral orgasm is predominant,


'orgasm) - partake, If a RH-female

conllict area is involved.

Even lhouqh "gasping"

during the vaginal/rectal

orgasm,

and "panting"

during

the stomach/bile duct relay as well as tile rectum and bladder mucosa relay - even the n:ou.th relay (oral
is active with a sexual conflict, her ability to have a vaginal orgasm is blocked. With a terntonalloss
conflict

(second well), on the other hand, a clitoral/penile

orgasm is still possible

through manual or oral slimulation

- for both men and women,

Orgasm of humans and animals according to the 2nd Biological Law (Law of the two phases)

( "outer skin pattern")

Orgasm

Ca-phase: ulceration (clinically not important) of the interior wall of the seminal
vesicle + numbness;
Pel-phase (except epileptoid
and bleeding;

Bleeciing from the uterine cervix or from

Ulcers of the uterine cervix or of the portio

With this hypersexual


B, Cervix uteri and portio

epithelium

widening

Uterine cervix and portio ulcers in:

For the right-handed woman without any previous confiicts in the area of the territory-relay it is always a sexual conflict, that makes her partly manic.
The same applies for the left-handed woman and the riqht-handed man after a previous 1st conflict in the right territorial area relay. Hereby the
"scale rules" decide about mania and depression. For the left-handed man it is always a territory-Ioss-confiic~ if he hadn't any previous conflicts
in the area of the territory-relay. The left handed man becomes hereby immediately manic. If he suffers a 2n conflict in the right territorial area,
the "scale-rules" decide about mania or depression.
Keep in mind for the 1st conflict: the left-handed woman can neither get a coronary vein ulcer nor a cervix uteri-/portio-ulcer ("cancer");

A. Coronary veins:

ulcerative

without pain but with immediate


amenorrhea and frigidity (loss of the ability of having a vaginal orgasm)

Conflict:

A1. Coronary
vein squamous
("gullet mucosa pattern")

meaning:

1----..;...---------1

Amenorrhea
(absence of
menstruation)

Biological

of the uterine cervix to improve mecanically

For cervix,

vagina,

clitoral/penile

rectum

and

orgasm

crisis): restoration of the ulcers with pruritus, pain

crisis: numbness, absence and bleeding;

C2. Striated musculature

of the seminal vesicle:

Ca-phase:
necrosis of musculature,
partly
Pel-phase: restoration of muscle necrosis;

paralysis

of musculature;

Epileptic crisis: the sensory and motor changes in the seminal vesicle are not
very important from a clinical point of view; clonic or tonic cramps, bleeding;

Ryke Geerd Hamer

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Infatuation

phase

(in animals

intense

excitation;

libido)

I
I
I

Realization

Relaxation

Dr. med. Mag, theol.

Ryke Geerd Hamer

SBSORGANMANIFESTATION
HERE: ULCER
MANIFESTATION

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CA-PHASE)


SYMPATHICOTONIA
CELL DESTRUCTION (ULCERS)

CONFUCT RESOLUTlON PHASE


: POsr-CONFUClOLYTlC-PHASE (PCL-PHASE)
= VAGOTONIA
REPAIR-PHASE WITH REPLENISHMENT OF UL-CERS
ViruSes?

Biological meaning: ulcerative widening


of the vagina to allow easier penetration
(in case of schizophrenic constellation).

Healing of vaginal ulcers; hyperesthesia


(consistent with "outer skin pattern"), pain,
bleeding, pruritus (itching).

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

Vaginal mucosa
ulcers.

Confiict of not being able HH


or not being allowed to temporal,
mate.
left

Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin
pattern".

Ulcers in the vagina with no pain, because during ca-phase the squamous epithelial
mucosa is essentially numb (hypoesthesia). Vaginism and spasm of the striated,
therefore not paralysed vaginal musculature are of psychological origin, because the
woman feels like a man:
1. light sexual confiict of RH-female.
2. second sexual confiict of LH-female (schizophrenic constellation).
3. territorial conflict of LH-female who is postmenopausal or on the "pill" (territorial
conflict can have a sexual content).

Ita I."

Rectum
mucosa
ulcers.
Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin
pattern".

Female identity conflict;


not knowing where to
belong or where to go;
not knowing what
decision to make
(decision confiict).

HH
temporal,
left.

~-

Biological meaning: ulcerative widening


of the rectum allows more defecation to
determine ('mark') one's position (identity).

I-------------l

._-----L.._------__JL_---j

Mythomanic and Mythodepressivc


Constellation

Rectum ulcers, which are painless and


don't bleed, because during ca-phase the
squamous epithelial mucosa is
essentially numb (hypoesthesia).
1. In women: a) RH-female.
b) LH-female in schizophrenic
constellation.
c) LH-female postmenopausal.
2. In men: a) LH-male b) RH-male in
constellation.
1--------------1

Rectum mucosa
squamous
epithelium

Mytho-manic Constellation
Patient talks constantly
(logorrhea); teller of tall tales,
writers, politicians, journalists,
preachers

Bronchial mucosa
squamous epithelium

Mythodepressive

Constellation

Patient talks constantly to himself;


unable to express their "flood of
thoughts

Dr. med.

The mythomanic and the


mytho-depresslva
constellation consists always
of one HH in the bronchial
mucosa squamous epithelium
relay and a further HH in a
rectum relay. The order of the
conflict impacts is not important.
The scale decides which SBS

"

-.

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

Renal pelvis
mucosa
squamous
epithelial ulcers.
(so-called
transitional
squamous
epithelium)
right side.

Healing of rectal ulcers with painful


swelling. Caution: with "Syndrome" the
rectal mucosa can swell to double or
more its size (the same takes place in
the brain). Other symptoms: bleeding,
pruritus and pain (hyperesthesia).
The healing symptoms are commonly
called "hemorrohoids".
With the "Syndrome", these symptoms
can cause serious complications during
defecation. The acute swelling of the
rectal mucosa, which excretes light blood,
was previously diagnosed as "hemorrhoid
bleeding". Today, it is often misdiagnosed
as a rectum carcinoma, is unnecessarily
extirpated, and "cured" through surgery.

Conflict of not being able


to establish the inner
boundaries within a
territory (similar to
identity conflict) e.g. not
knowing what position to
take.

HH
temporeoccipital,
left.

Biological meaning: ulcerative widening


of the renal pelvis to improve urine flow.

t----------------l
Ulcers in the right renal pelvis or renal
calyces; no pain (hypoesthesia of the
renal pelvis mucosa). During ca-phase,
kidney stones are rare.
The mucosa is numb.

Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin
pattern".

'I

Ra It:

Ureter mucosa
ulcers, right side.
Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin
pattern".

<.:

-,.'.

Conflict of not being able


to establish the inner
boundaries within a
territory (similar to
identity conflict).

HH
temporeoccipital,
left.

81{<11l-

If only symptomatic therapy were to be


applied to reduce the swelling, the rectal
ulcers would heal naturally, provided no
relapses occur. If the healing process
involves the striated musculature of the'
rectum, rectal spasms (so called
tenesmus) occur during the epileptic
crisis (= epileptic attack).

Bladder
mucosa ulcers,
right half of
(female)
bladder.
Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin
pattern".

is stronger. The mytho-manic patients talk very fast, hold monologues,


write books and they can tell stories from one moment to the next.
If one conflict is resolved or if the position of the scale changes
(downwards to the right side) the flow of words stops immediatelly. The
patient has no ideas anymore. In former times there wasn't any party
without "Meier" (who was holding the speaches) but now "Meier" is very
quiet at the party.

Mag. theol. Ryke Geerd Hamer

Page 147 of 158

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CAPHASE)


= SYMPATHICOTONIA
CELL ~ESTRUCTION (ULCERS)

Biological meaning: ulcerative widening


of the ureter, which improves urine flow.

I----------------l
Ulcers in right ureter, without pain.

Pel-phase: swelling; pain (hyperesthesia);


muscular spasm and kidney colic when
musculature is involved: during the EpiCrisis (= epileptic attack), renal gravel or
calyx stones are pushed through the neck
of the calyx into the renal pelvis from
where they pass thro ug h the Liretra In
. t0
the bladder. The kidney colic is basically
an epileptic muscular crisis taking place
in the musculature of the renal pelvis and
the calyces. - Calcium oxalate stones are
the result of a kidney collecting tubule T8
(see I Ya ri + Ie).

.,.....- .-~ ,,;,~,- !.~.

Painful swelling of the mucosa in the


ulcerated area. The swelling can occlude
the ureter; spasm and in the epi-crisis
colics if musculatur of ureter is involved.
Caution: with the "Syndrome", the symptoms can be acute.
Sensitivity follows "outer skin pattern".

---

Conflict of not being able


to recognize the
boundaries of the inner
territory; conflict of not
being able to define
one's position.

HH
Biological meaning: ulcerative widening
temporeof the bladder improves the ability to mark
occipital in
the territory with more urine.
postsensory
i-S-I-ad-d-e-r
m-uc-o-sa-ul-ce-rs-in-th-e-r-ig-h-t
h-a-If--!
cortex
of the bladder, no pain.
(sensitive),
left

Conflict of not being able


to establish the inner
boundaries within a
territory (similar to
identity conflict).

HH
temporooccipital,
left.

. .."':_

.~.-

Painful swelling of the mucosa in the


ulcerated area; hyperesthesia, pain,
bleeding from the ulcers; possibly absence
during the Epileptoid Crisis! Caution:
considerable swelling with "Syndrome".
If bladder musculature is involved, bladder
spasm occur during the Epileptic Crisis =
bladder musculature epilepsy with tonicclonic spasm = bladder tenesmus.

It.. It-

Urethra mucosa
ulcers, right
side.
Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin
pattern".

Biological meaning: ulcerative widening


of the urethra allows to better mark the
territory because of stronger urine flow.

1-------------1
Ulcers in the urethra mucosa; no pain,
hyposensitivity (numbness).

Urinary retention when urethra is occluded


due to swelling; bleeding, hypersensitivity;
possible pain; potentially absence during
the Epileptoid Crisis! With the "Syndrome",
often occlusion of urethra. Therapy:
bladder catheder until pel-phase is
completed.

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

outer layer of
the skin
(epidermis
ulcers) with
sensory loss or
sensory
impairment, right
side of the body.

Separation connict; loss


of physical contact; loss
of contact with mother,
family (herd), friends.
This conflict is of great
importance, since in
nature a loss of contact
with the family/herd
often results in death.

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CA-PHASE)


SYMPATHICOTONIA
CELL DESTRUCTION (ULCERS)

as above.

Biological meaning: with reduced skin


Tissue restoration: The skin swells up and
sensory and sensitivity (which is tied to the sensitive
becomes red, hot, and itchy (pruritus);
postsquamous epithelium) temporary memory possibly painful. These manifestations
sensory
loss, which allows to forget the (absent)
(effiorescences) are called exanthema,
cortex from mother, child, partner for the time being.
dermatitis, urticaria, fiourishing
interj-~ neurodermatitis, or eczema. The skin

a) Epithelial
ulcers of the
eyelids and of the
conjunctiva of the
right eye.

hemispheric
to basal
lateral, left.

Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin
pattern".

Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin
pattern"
ca-phass:
numbness;
pel-phase:
hyperesthesia,
itching (pruritus),
possibly pain.
b) Psoriasis.

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

as above.

Development of skin (epidermis) ulcers


(cell loss), which cannot be detected
macroscopically. The skin is rough, pale
because of poor blood circulation, and
cold. The sensitivity of the skin gradually
decreases, and can become completely
lost. The patient feels little or nothing at
all (pale, scaling neurodermatitis).
Moreover: shon-ierm memory impairmenl:
an animal mother, for example, does no
longer recognize her offspring. The shortterm memory impairment reaches into
the edema-phase (due to dissociation of
the affected brain celis).

appears to be "sick", but is in fact healing.


That's why dermatologists diagnosed most
skin diseases of the epidermis from the
confiictolysis (Cl) on, due to not knowing
the GNM.
In reality the ulcers occured already before.
In pel-phase occurs the big healing. If the
ca-phase lasted over a long period of time,
the healing phase can be of long duration.
In addition, (unnoticed) relapses can occur,
which naturally prolong the healing
process. Here we also find facial trigeminal
neuralgia.
Caution: with the "Syndrome", the
swelling can be severe. Epileptoid crisis
= absence.

Psoriasis always indicates a simultaneous occurrence of an active separation connict


and a resolved separation conflict, which overlap in one or in several skin areas.
This results in the typical scaling (ca-phase) on a red surface (pel-phase).

Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin
pattern".

11

Hll Ie:

Alopecia: partial
(alopecia areata)
or total (alopecia
totalis) loss of hair
right side of the '
body
.
Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin
pattern".

Separation conflict
referring to the part of the
body that is no longer
caressed or stroked
1. Possibility: e.g., a child
is used to being caressed
on his head by his
grandmother. The
grandmother dies:
alopecia areata on the
head.
2. Possibility: e.g., a dog
is always caressed on his
head by his master. The
dog dies: the master
relates the separation
from his dog to his own
head: alopecia areata on
the head (bald head).

HH in
sensory
cortex,
paramedian
cranial, left.

Biological meaning: with reduction of


sensitivity, temporary memory loss
concerning one's mother, child or partner.

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CA.PHASE)


= SYMPATHICOTONIA
CELL DESTRUCTION (ULCERS)

Separation connict: One


loses sight of someone
while sleeping (when the
eyes are elosed).

sensory
cortex. 1st
branch of N.
Trigeminus
(ophthalmic)
located in
cerebrum
lateral,
temporal,
left.

b) Cornea
Severe visual separation
ulcers of the right conflict; losing sight of
eye. Sensitivity
someone.
consistent with
"outer skin
pattern".

as above.

c) Ulcers of the Very severe visual


lens of the right
separation conflict;
eye. The lens is
losing sight of someone.
invaginated
squamous epithelium of the outer
skin. So-called
"gray" cataract.
Sensitivity consistent with "outer
skin pattern".

as above.

Biological meaning: to be able to forget


temporarily the one who was lost out of
sight.

CONFUCT RESOLunON PHASE


(PCL.f'HASE)
= VAGOTONIA
REPAlRPHASE WITH REPLENISHMENT OF ULCERS
viruses?

= POST~ONFUCTOLYT1C-PHASE

a} Redness, itching, swelling of the


eyelids (blepharitis) and/or the conjunctiva
(conjunctivitis). after the person returns.

f------------~
Ulcers of the eylids and the conjunctiva;
scales.

Biological meaning: to be able to forget


temporarily the one who was lost out of
sight.

b) Keratitis with swelling, itching, and


possibly temporary corneal opacity due
the inflammation (so-called trachoma).

Cornea ulcers
Biological meaning: the person fading
c) Opacity of the lens is a sign of healing,
because the individual (human, animal)
from one's sight will be longer visible.
I~ one has lost sight of has returned and the
Ulcers respectively necroses in the lens,
which usually goes unnoticed.

eye has now time to repair. Opacity of the


lens = "gray" cataract. During the pelphase hyperesthesia of the lens.

Biological meaning: ulcerative removal


of the backside of the epidermis ineluding
pigmentation in order to better feel the
mother, child, or partner from whom one
separated brutaly (no loss of sensitivity).

Cell restoration with redness and swelling


("outer skin pattern"); remission of the
white patches starts generally at the edges.
Scarlet fever is a mild healing phase of a
generalized vitiligo (smooth skin).

Redness and swelling of the s calp.


Hyperesthesia, pain, itching (pruritus).
Shedding of the scalp skin; hair loss stops,
and hair grows back. Alopecia disappears.

Progressive partial or total hair loss during


ca-phase (also alopecia androgenica).

The scalp (with the hair) belong to the back and have to be differentiated
from the forhead and the face which are innervated by the N. Trigeminus
With the control center in the sensory cortex (lateral).

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1(.1

Ie:

Vitiligo of the
skin (white
patches
disease).
Epithelial ulcers on
the underside of
the epidermis,
which consists of
an epithelial
melanophore
layer; therefore the
white patches;
right side of the
body. Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin
pattern".

Brutal or ugly separation HH in


conflict from a loved one sensory
or from a respected
cortex, left.
person, e.g. "Your father
had a motorcycle
accident. His brain is
totally crushed."

Expansion of the white patches through


ulceration on underside of the epidermis.

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
-CONTENT

Intraductal
epithelial ulcers
(Milk duct
ulceration ), right
breast (in the
healing phase socalled intraductal
carcinoma or
breast cancer).
During evolution
the ectodermal
epithelial
epidermis
invaginated
through the nipple
and migrated into
the milk ducts.

Righthanded female:
Partner-separation
conflict, e.g.: "My partner
has been torn from my
breast".
Left-handed female:
Mother/Childseparation
conflict, e.g.: "My child
has been torn from my
breast".

Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin
pattern".

ca-phase: Milk duct ulceration

SBSORGAN
MANIFESTATION

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CA.PHASE)


" SYMPATHICOTONIA
CELL DESTRUCTION (ULCERS)

HH in
sensory
cortex, left.

Biological meaning: the ulcerative


widening of the milk ducts allows (due to
separation of partner or mother/child) that
the milk can drain off easier so that it does
not get congested in the breast (" nearly
brusting" udder of the cow).

1--------------1
The intraductal ulcers which develop during
the ca-phase are not noticed due to the
numbness (sensitivity "outer skin pattern");
so-called cirrhotic milk duct ulcers
"cancer". In reality, this is a continuous
ulcerative process = cirrhosis. Local
inversion of the breast or of the nipple.
The outer skin of the breast and the nipple,
from where the milk duct epithelium
originally derived, can also be involved.

HERE: ULCER
MANIFESTATION

Swelling of the squamous epithelial mucosa in the milk ducts in the ulcerated area
with hyperesthesia (hypersensitivity of the
skin), itching (pruritus), and possibly pain.
If the swelling occludes the milk duct, the
secretion produced during the healing
process retains, resulting in larger
swelling, particularly behind the nipple
(mamille) = typical findings in intraductal
mammary ca.
The swelling can either be circular or
involve only part of the breast. Caution:
major complications with the "Syndrome".
Simple therapy: with goats, the baby goat
drinks the udder empty, or the goat is
milked once or twice a day. In medicine
there is no technique to "milk" such a full,
inflamed breast. Applying fresh pressed

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CAPHASE)


SYMPATHICOTONIA
CELL DESTRUCTION 1ULCERS)

pel-phase:
2. Congestion in milk ducts, misdiagnosed as intra-ductal breast cancer

1, Swelling of milk duct mucosa

Dr. med.

Mag. theol. Ryke Geerd Hamer

savoy cabbage leaves can be helpful.


Towards the end of the healing phase
(without suction), the breast becomes
small and hard, which is completely
harmless.

Dr. med.

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

Mag. theol. Ryke Geerd Hamer

.
15

Conflict of not being


allowed to bite back (a
German Sheppard could
bite a Dachshund but is
not allowed to).

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HH interhemispheric
frontal
paramedian,
left.

Biological meaning: the temporary painful


hypersensitivity of the enamel does not
permit to "bite" the person or the matter
one wants to "bite" but is not allowed to.

The tooth enamel is slowly restored without


pain. Occasionally, there is sensitivity to
warm/cold or sweeUsour.

The decaying process of the enamel (socalled caries) occurs during the ca-phase.
The tooth enamel is in reality hardened
(ivory-like) squamous epithelial mouth
mucosa.
Temporary hypersensitivity (if contact)
shall make the person or matter
"unbiteable".

Rale

Nasal mucosa
Nose conflict; a conflict
ulcers, right side. that is related to the
inside of the nose;
Sensitivity
stink-conflict.
consistent with
So-called "cirrhotic milk duct ulcers" ("cirrhotic
carcinoma"), which is in reality a long lasting ulceration
(ca-phass) process (= cirrohsis) ; nipple inversion

....

Ra Ie

Dental enamel
cavities; socalled caries,
right teeth. Tooth
enamel is
hardened (ivorylike) squamous
epithelial mouth
mucosa.
Sensitivity
consistent with
"gullet mucosa
pattern".

16

HH deep
basal, left.

Swelling of the nasal mucosa; Itching;


with or without nose bleeds; because of
the itching, this is often viewed as allergic
i-U-I-ce-rs-in-th-e-n-a-sa-I-m-u-co-s-a-,
w-I-'ic-h-d-o-n'-t
~ rhinitis.
Biological meaning: ulcerative
enlargement of the nasal mucosa.

bleed but form scabs. The longer the conflict


lasts the bigger and deeper are the ulcers.

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

Sensitivity
consistent with
"gullet mucosa
pattern".

18

Mouth or tongue conflict,


e.g. alcohol test: driver
has to blow (with his
mouth) into the
breathalyzer and loses
his driver's licence after
he tested positive.

fronto-basal,
left.

R" le

Para-nasal
sinus mucosa
ulcers,
right side.

Stink conflict: "This


stinks!" (also in a
figurative sense).

HH frontobasal, left.

Sensitivity
consistent with
"outer skin
pattern".

= POST.cONFUCTOL'fT1C.PHASE (pCL.pHASE)
= VAGOTONIA
REPAIR-PHASE WITH REPLENISHMENT OF ULCERS
viruses?

Biological meaning: ulcerative


enlargement of the buccal cavity.
Development of a small or larger squamous
epithelial ulcer in the mouth or on the tongue
mucosa. The longer the conflict lasts the
bigger and deeper is the ulcer; very painful.

-.

Biological

SBSORGAN
MANIFESTATION
HERE: ULCER
MANIFESTATION

CONFUCT RESOLUTION PHASE

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CA.PHASE)


= SYMPATHICOTONIA
CELL DESTRUCTION (ULCERS)

meaning: ulcerative widening.

1---------------1
Ulcers in the para-nasal sinus area rarely
cause discomfort, because during the caphase the muco sa is without sensation
(numb).

Acute local swelling of the mouth mucosa;


possibly bleeding. Within 3 to 6 weeks the
previously ulcerated area shows only a
small scar. No pain.

..

-.

Acute swelling of the para-nasal sinus


mucosa in the ulcerated area with
hyperesthesia, absence, itching (pruritus),
and discharge of serious fluid (runny nose).
Caution: Sinusits with "Syndrome"! With
the completion of the pel-phase, the ulcers
are healed. Purulent sinusitis occurs, when
the connective tissue of the sinuses is
involved.

1
BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

Outgoing
Conflict of wanting or not
lacrimal gland
wanting to be seen.
duct ulcers, right
side.

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CAPHASE)


= SYMPATHICOTONIA
CELL DESTRucnON
(ULCERS)

HH frontoBiological meaning: ulcerative widening


lateral-basal, of the lacrimal gland duct.
left.

Healing under swelling of the lacrimal


ducts mucosa. This can cause ocelusion
of the lacrimal duct and swelling of the
Painful pulling in the lacrimal gland ducts. entire lacrimal gland:
In general large lacrimal gland ("mumps").

I-------------~

Sensitivity
consistent with
"gullet mucosa
pattern".
-

:'.......
I';' '.. . -'
....

21

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Outgoing
parotid gland
duct ulcers,
right side.

,..-'

\_ I ..
,

-....

Unable, unwilling, or
not allowed to eat
(insalivate) something.

HH frontolateral-basal,
left.

...

:.': -. ', .....

~.

Biological meaning: ulcerative widening


of the parotid gland duct.
~-----------~
Painful pulling in the parotid gland duct;
hyperesthesia.

Sensitivity
consistent with
"gullet mucosa
pattern" .

~;.

'.-

Swelling and redness in the ulcerated


area of the parotid gland duct; "Mumps"
is an occlusion that occurs during the pclphase.
"Mumps" swelling and ocelusion of the
parotid gland duct. Accumulation of
secretion and severe swelling.

.
19

R.t lc

Esophagus
mucosa ulcers
(esophageal
squamous
epithelial ulcers).
upper 2/3,
right side.
Sensitivity
consistent with
"gullet mucosa
pattern".

Conflict of not wanting to HH frontoswallow a morsel;


parietalwanting to spit the
basal, left.
morsel out.

Biological meaning: ulcerative widening


of the diameter of the esophagus.

During the pel-phase often bleeding but


no pain. If the bleeding is not severe, there
are no further complications. At this point,
Ulcers in the upper part of the esophagus one only has to wait until the healing phase
(upper 2/3) with hyperesthesia and pain. is complete. If the conflict activity was long
Since the esophageal squamous
and/or intense, the swelling can cause
epithelium is very thick, it can take some swallowing difficulties, particularly with thi
. time before the deep ulcers are detected "Syndrome". This can be remedied with
through gastroscopy. Regarding the
the help of a stomach tube through the
innervation, the esophagus is divided into nose for a period of 2-3 months, until the
a right and left side, which are crossswelling recedes. During the Epileptoid
innervated. Spasms while swallowing;
Crisis acute pain, often together with a
stenoses due to hypereasthesia and pain. focal seizure of the striated esophageal
Mostly leading to the diagnosis. The striated musculature (= epileptic attack)
musculature of the esophagus is often
= esophagus epilepsy; very painful.
involved (necroses).

I------------~

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Outgoing
sublingual
salivary gland
duct ulcers,
right side.
Sensitivity
consistent with
"gullet mucosa
pattern".

Unable, unwilling,
or not allowed
to eat (insalivate)
something.

HH frontolateral-basal,
left.

Biological meaning: ulcerative widening


of the sublingual salivary gland duct.
Painful pulling in the gland duct,
hyperesthesia.

Swelling and redness in the gland ducts.


The duct can occlude. The swelling can
be mistaken for a glandular tumor.

SBSORGANMANIFESTATION

conflict, change
of metabolism.

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

Complete selfabandonment:
"I wish I were
dead".

thalamus, in
dorso-basal
area of the
diencephaIons,
right.

Functional
impairment of
beta-islet cells of
the pancreas =
insulin
insufficiency.

~R~_ri

Motor paralysis,
motor MS or lateral
sclerosis, muscle
dystrophy, left side
of the body. The
muscles are
supplied by two
innervation centers:
1. a cortical center
that controls the
motion and
2. a cortical
medulla center for
the trophic of rnuscles(mesoderm).
Both, so-called
muscle atrophy
and myocardial
necrosis are
controlled from
there.

Conflict of not
being able to
escape or not
being able to
follow (legs); not
being able to
defend oneself or
hold on to
somebody or
something (arms,
hands); not being
able to get out of
the way (back
and shoulder
muscles); conflict
of "feeling stuck"
(leg paralysis).

Biological meaning: to manage the stress


regarding blood and hormonal parameters.

Blood and hormonal parameters as well as


the vegetative nervous system return to
normal. Caution with "Syndrome": risk of
compression of diencephalon aqueduct with
development of hydrocephalus internus due
to the swelling of one or both halves of the
thalamus during pel-phase.

~-------------t

_
Resistance
conflict; resistance
and defense
against someone
or something
specific.

CONFUCT RESOLunON PHASE


=POST.coNFUCTOLYTlCPHASE(PCL~
=VAGOTONIA
RESTORATION OF FUNCTION
[viru s if rhev cxlvr)

2~
Diabetes mellitus
(blood sugar
disease)

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CAPHASE)


SYMPATHICOTONIA
FUNCTIONAL IMPAIRMENT

HH frontal
in diencephalons,
right.

Extreme restlessness, sleepnessless and


change of various hormonal (hypophysis)
and blood parameters. Great change of the
vegetative nervous system. Manic
restlessness.

__

.> _~_

Biological meaning: increase in glucose


supply since the resistance causes tonic
muscle tension, which requires more blood
sugar.

Gradual decrease of blood sugar.


Caution: the Epileptolo Crisis can bring about
a short-term hyperglycemia followed by a
compensatory hypoglycemia (low blood
sugar), A simultaneous alpha-islet cell conflict
(fear disgust conflict) and beta-islet cell conflict
Functional impairment of beta-islet cells,
resulting in increase of blood sugar (increased (resistance conflict) can trigger a "derailmenf
either way = hyper- or hypoglycemia (if aglucose level) due to the natural decrease
and ~. islet cells are affected ), depending
of insulin (insulin deficiency); increasing
which conflict is accentuated
hyperglycemia (increased blood sugar).
(so-called "Diabetes Type II").

__

HH in motor Biological meaning: play dead reflex.


cortex,
1--------------1
frontal,
During the ca-phase increasing motor
in paracentral
paralysis, depending on the intensity of the
gyrus, right.
conflict. There are less or no impulses
transmitted from the cerebral motor cortex
to the striated musculature. A single muscle,
a group of muscles, or an entire limb can
be affected. The paralysis is not painful.
With prolonged paralysis there is a high risk
of a second motor conflict, resulting in a
"motor constellation"!

__

_ __

During thepcl-phase the lesion in the brain


becomes edematous. As a result the motor
function seems to get worse (only temporary!);
uncontrolled twitching. During the Epi-Crisis:
epileptic seizure". After the Epi-Crisis, the
innervation slowly returns to normal. Morbus
Parkinson's: a "hanging healing phase"
because of continuous small relapses. * When
the heart muscle is involved, this is called a
myocardial infarction; here: right myocardial
infarction. If the conflict activity was of long
duration, tonic contraction of the heart muscle;
with short conflict activity, clonic tachycardial
spasm. During a right myocardial infarction
blood pressure is always elevated; during
tachycardial spasm the strong heart beat is
felt right up to the throat. Because of the twist
of the heart during evolution, the right
myocardium is controlled from the right brain
hemisphere (previously left heart tube).

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Rb
SBSORGAN
MANIFESTATION

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CA.PHASE)


= SYMPATHICOTONIA
FUNCTIONAL IMPAIRMENT

CONFUCT RESOLlmON PHASE


=POST.coNFUC1OlVllCPHASE(pcL-PHASEl
=VAGOTOMA
RESTORATION OF FUNCTION
(virus if Illl'Y ~xhl)

One of the most frequent second conflicts is the diagnosis shock: "You have MS, and you will not be able to walk!", or the like. With the diagnosis,
the patient suffers instantaneously the second conflict of "not being able to walk". If the patient believes what the doctor says (even though
the diagnosis is wrong!), a quasi post-hypnotic engram is imprinted in the brain, which makes any therapy even more difficult. Approx. 70 80% of so-called paraplegia falls into this category.
Facial paralysis
(paresis) of the left
side of the face.

Conflict of having HH in motor Facial paralysis, also called "stroke".


"lost one's face"; cortex lateral,
conflict of having right.
been made a fool
or ridiculed.

Paralysis of
bronchial
musculature.

Territorial fear
conflict.

HH in motor
cortex,
lateral right.

Bronchial musculature paralysis, usually


together with loss of sensitivity of the
bronchial mucosa,

SBSORGAN
MANIFESTATION

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CA PHASE)


SYMPATHICOTONIA
FUNCTIONAL IMPAIRMENT

CONFUCT RESOLUTION PHASE


=POST-CONFUCTOLYTlCPHASE(pCL-PHASE)
=VAGOTONIA
RESTORATION OF FUNCTION
(virus

(both SBSs are in the epileptic crisis (epilepsy))


Inhaling and exhaling are extended and intensified (dangerous)

HH in bronchial musculature relay,


pel-phase in epileptic crisis
= bronchial musculature epilepsy

HH in laryngeal musculature relay,


pel-phase in epileptic crisis =
laryngeal musculature epilepsy

Dr. med. Mag. theol. Ryke Geerd Hamer

The asthma attack always occurs only during the epileptic crisis (either on the right or left side,
or in a simultaneous Epi-Crisis; during the ca-phase there is (partial) paralysis of the striated musculature).

This symbol indicates a HH (Hamerscher Herd) in pel-phase with epileptic crisis (point in the middle)

Orgasm of humans and animals according to the 2nd Biological Law (Law of the two phases)

Bronchial-Asthma
exhaling is extended and intensified

Orgasm
( = wheezing)

j.
Bronchial musculature relay,
pel-phase in epileptic crisis
(= bronchial musculature epilepsy)

+ a second HH anywhere cortical left


in ca-phase or in epieptoid crisis.
If epileptic crisis of laryngeal musculature,
so-called "status asthmaticus"

Dr. med. Mag. theol,

For cervix,
vagina,
rectum and
clitoral/penile orgasm

Infatuation phase
(in animals intense
excitation; libido)

I
I

realization

relaxation

The event of the orgasm is basically part of a "natural SBS"., this means it proceeds according to the "two-phases - pattern" although it is not a
SBS (conflict). In principle, there are two types of orgasm:
1. the clitoral/penile orgasm, controlled from the right side of the cerebrum, with panting for breath. In men, the Epileptic Crisis initiates
ejaculation, in women a clitoral orgasm. A clitoral/penile orgasm can be achieved through manual or oral stimulation, even if the right brain
hemisphere is "active" with a conflic!.
2. the vaginal/rectal orgasm, controlled from the left side of the cerebrum, with gasping for breath
In addition, there is the simultaneous vaginal/rectal and clitoral/penile orgasm, which we call "sexual ecstasy".

Ryke Geerd Hamer

Often the bronchial mucosa relay


(see right) is also involved.
Then, the sensitivity follows the
"outer skin pattern", i.e., epileptoid crisis:
numbness and absence

if rhcv exist)

Status asthmaticus

Innervation of facial muscles slowly returns


(twitching) wih epileptic crisis.

During the pel-phase, the function of the


bronchial musculature returns, often with
hyperesthesia of the bronchial mucosa, and
pruritus.
Bronchial asthma during Epileptic and
Epileptoid Crisis, see bronchial mucosa
(Ra 2 ri).
Asthma attack: during short epileptic
constellation: tonic-clonic epileptic attack of
the bronchial musculature (cerebrally right)
with active HH in left cerebral territorial
conflict area (see Obb.ri)

= outer germ layer = ectoderm

Right cerebral hemisphere

During the orgasm, the entire territorial conflict area is involved. Even though ';gasping" during the vaginal/rectal orgasm, and "panting" during
the clitoral orgasm is predominant, the stomach/bile duct relay as well as the rectum and bladder relay - even the mouth relay (oral orgasm)partake. If a RH-female is active with a sexual conflict, her ability to have a vaginal orgasm is blocked. With a territorial conflict, on the other
hand, a clitoral/penile orgasm is still possible through manual or oral stimulation - for both men and women.

This symbol indicates a HH (Hamerscher Herd) in pel-phase with epileptic crisis (point in the middle)

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>

Rb

Right cerebral hemisphere = outer germ layer = ectoderm

SBSORGAN
MANIFESTATION

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

Smell conflict;
not wanting to
smell something:
"I can't believe
this stench".

Reduced ability
to smell, left half
of fila olfactoria.
The fila olfactoria
are part of the
brain, like the
retina.

HH in the
diencephalon
right.

Biological meaning: to "switch off' an


unbearable smell.

1--------------1
Macroscopically, there is no change in the
fila olfactoria. But, with ongoing conflict
activity, the ability to scent a specific smell
becomes more and more impaired

CONFUCTRESOLUTIONPHASE
=POST-COOFUCTOLvnc.PHASE(PCl.f'HASE)
=VAGOTONlA
RESTORATION OF FUNCTION
[virus

the healing phase, the ability to smell is for


the most part restored.

..
------------

- Hearing conflict;
conflict of not
wanting to hear
something.

- One was falling


Vertigo with
tendency to fall to or sees or hears
somebody falling
one side

RIl_

Partial turbidity
of the right
halves of the
vitreous body
so-called
"glaucoma"
("horse blinkers
phenomenon)
means a partial
turbidity of the
backwards looking
part.
Mostly only the
nasal half or
halves of the
vitreous body
is/are affected

Sudden loss of smell. The patient can smell


hardly anything or is unable to smell anything
at all in the left half of the fila olfactoria, where
fluid (edema) and glia is stored. At the end of

;
-

ri

Reduced vision
predominantly in
the right halves of
the retina.
Exception: from
retina to brain relay
not crossed.
In this case, the
crossing refers to
the crossed vision
to the person or
object, this means
the right halves of
the retina look to
the left.
E.g. : a righthanded woman
looks to the left
(to her child).

--

Biological meaning: one doesn't want to


hear something unpleasant. But when the
same or a similar situation occurs, a warning
signal goes off = tinnitus.

HH
temporobasal, right.
Vestibulo
cochlear
nerve.
(8th cranial
nerve}.

- Tinnitus in the left ear (buzzing, rustling,


humming, ringing, whistling), starting with
the DHS;

- As above

- Dizziness with tendency to fall to the left.

--

---

---

- Acute loss of hearing in the left ear for


these particular frequencies; edema in the
inner ear and in the cerebral hearing center.

Fear from behind HH in


conflict; fear of a paramedian
person (human or visual cortex,
animal).
interhemispheric right
for the right
halves of
the vitreous
body, that
look to the
left.

Biological meaning: the partial loss of


During the pel-phase an edema develops both
HH in the
right visual
retinal function makes what triggered the
in the HH of the visual cortex and between the
cortex
fear from behind temporarily invisible (prey sclera and the retina, resulting in retinal
occipital for animals that have their eyes positioned on detachment. The effect is particularly severe
the right
the side, are able to look backward).
when the fovea centralis is involved. Even
1-1 though the retinal detachment is a positive
halves of
the retina.
temporary healing symptom, which reverses'
Loss of vision in a specific area of the
on its own, tile vision during this phase is
retina, different in both eyes.
dramatically reduced.
Caution: potentially severe complications with
the "Syndrome"! Nearsightedness (myopia):
a result of repetitive lateral retinal detachment
due to relapses. The eyeball is optically
stretched. This is caused by the hardening
(callosity) between the retina and the sclera.
Farsightedness (hypermetropia): a result of
repetitive dorsal retinal detachment due to
relapses with callosity between the retina and
the sclera. The eyeball becomes optically
shorter With both types of visual impairment
the vision can be corrected with eyeglasses.

Reversal of turbidity with edema of the vitreous


body (glaucoma = elevated intraocular
pressure). The edema often presses through
the opening of the optic nerve. Neither during
the ca-phase nor the pel-phase should laser
treatment be performed, as the vitreous body
will become irreversibly damaged.

(virus

OF FUNCTION

it they cxivt}

Caution: with the "Syndrome",


can become acute.

glaucoma

11-------1

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Biological meaning: the predator who


comes up from behind becomes optically
"elouded", e.g. a rabbit is able to run its
zigzag course without interruption, which
increases its chance of survival 10 times.
This chance he wouldn't have if he looked
up to his pursuer. Prey animals that have
their eyes positioned on the side, are able
to cover or cloud the danger from behind
("horse blinkers phenomenon"). Therefore
only part of the vitreous body becomes
clouded (tunnel vision). Predators can afford
to look with both eyes ahead, since they
are in much less danger of being pursued.
Humans are biologically speaking half prey,
half predator (canines!)

RESTORATION

Rb ri

Severe stinging,
flowing pain of
the periosteum in
the affected left
skeleton area;
Phantom
squamous
epithelium ulcers
in the squamous
ilh I' I
epi e ra cover
. t
f
o tlle penes eum
(once existant
during evolution}.
Periosteum sensitivity consistent with
"gullet mucosa
pattern".

=POST-COOFUCTOL'fTXAIHASE (PCL-PHASE) =VAGOTONU\

During ca-phase partial turbidity of the right halves of the vitreous body (turbidity of the right
lateral vitreous body seldom) so that the predator (danger) is optically clouded, while the
focus remains on the escape route. Compare: "gray cataract" = opacity of the lens during
pel-phase; "green cataract" = turbidity of the vitreous body during ca-phase.

- No more dizziness or tendency to fall

---

CONFUCTRESOLunONPHASE

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CA-PHASE)


SYMPATHICOTONIA
FUNCTIONAL IMPAIRMENT

because the lateral half/halves must


stay unclouded in order to find better
the escape route.

- __

Fear-frombehind conflict;
danger that lurks
or threatens from
behind, and
cannot be
shaken off.

---

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

if they exist]

Rb ri
--

SBSORGANMANIFESTATION

(anosmia).

Reduced ability
to hear, left ear.

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CAPHASE)


SYMPATHICOTONIA
FUNCTIONAL IMPAIRMENT

1) Brutal
separation conflict
as a result of
inflicting pain on
someone else
2) Brutal

HH parietooccipital
right,
crossed
from the
brain to the

separation conflict
as a result of pain
experienced on
one's own
periosteum

organ
(postsensory
rt }
co ex.

Biological meaning: To feel the brutal


separation due to the stinging pain respecting
the area of the periosteum where somebody
inflicted us pain or where we inflicted pain
on somebody (associatively).

The so-called rheumatism that follows the "gullet


mucosa pattern", has numbness in the pelphase like all the other organs of the gulletmucosa pattern; excluding the epileptoid crisis
with especially severe pain.
In the epileptoid crisis we also have the "cold

1----~---...:..;.-----!

We call these stinging, flowing pain of the


periosteum rheumatism. In case of edema. days" with their strong flowing pain ("rheuma"
tous bone-healing with pain due to the exten- means "to flow" in greek) lasting one week or
sion of the periosteum we must imagine that in case of long conflict activity also 2 weeks.
Due to the fact that rheumatism is often combithe original periosteum squamous epithelium
ned with a less severe separation-conflict
consisted of an upperlayer and an underlayer.
f-------'------'
affecting the outer skin (ca-phase: neuroderThe innervation of the upperlayer is respon-sible for the rheumatism in camatitis + numbness; pel-phase: pruritus, pain,
phase (as well as outer skin: neurodermatitis). The patient claims that he has swelling with redness of skin, often so-called
"cold feet" although they aren't cold externally. The innervation of the underlayer skin eruption) and with pain {due to extension
was obviously responsible for the pain (due to extension) during the bone
of periosteum) during bone-healing, especially
healing-phase (as well as outer skin: vitiligo). We assume that the underlayer with syndrome, nobody really knew what
itself cannot cause a SBS!
rheumatism was.

General remarks concerning rheumatism:


Newly, we know that the rheumatism of the periosteum occurs in the
ca-phase according to the "gullet mucosa pattern" while the patient
has the feeling of coolness in the affected limb. Very often the brutal
separation confiict-SBS is combined with a normal separation conflict
concerning the outer skin laying over the periosteum. The sensitivity
of the outer skin follows the "outer skin pattern", this means pain,

hyperesthesia and pruritus in the pel-phase. The patient has the feeling
as if "the pain wouldn't stop anymore". In case of and additional painful
streching of the periosteum during the pel-phase of the bones
(= recalcification), possibly with syndrome, the patient becomes
confused, desprite and starts to panic. At this point a secure diagnosis
is important. As soon as the patient understands the correlations, he
can find a way out of the panic or he even doesn't get into it.

Rb
SBSORGAN
MANIFESTATION

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

Thalamus
conflict, change
of metabolism,

Complete selfabandonment:
"I wish I were
dead",

Rb~

_ _ _

Hypoglycemia
(low blood
sugar)
Functional
impairment of
alpha-islet cells of
the pancreas =
glucagon
insufficiency.

Rb_~__

__

Motor paralysis,
motor MS or
lateral sclerosis,
muscle dystrophy,
right side of the
body.
The striated
muscles are
supplied by two
innervation
centers:
1. a cortical center
that controls the
motion and
2. a cortical
medulla center for
the trophic of
muscles
(mesoderm).
Both so-called
muscle atrophy
and myocardial
necrosis are
controlled from
there.

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE (CAPHASE)


= SYMPATHICOTONIA
FUNCTIONAL IMPAIRMENT

HH in
thalamus, in
dorso-basal
area of the
diencephalons,
left.

Biological meaning: to manage the stress


regarding blood and hormonal parameters
Extreme restlessness, sleepnessless and
change of various hormonal (hypophysis)
and blood parameters. Great change of the
vegetative nervous system, Manic
restlessness.
__

Fear-disgust
conflict in relation
to someone or
something
specific.

__

SBSORGAN
MANIFESTATION

CONFUCT RESOLUTION PHASE

=POST.coNFUC1OI..YfIC.PHA5E (PCl.f'HASE) =VAGOTONIA

Blood and hormonal parameters as well as


the vegetative nervous system return to
normal. Caution with "Syndrome": risk of
compression of diencephalon aqueduct with
development of hydrocephalus internus due
to the swelling of one or both halves of the
thalamus during pel-phase.

__. _

__ -'_-

Gradual increase of blood sugar.


Caution: the epileptoid crisis can bring about
a short-term hypoglycemia followed by a long
and intense increase of blood glucose

HH in motor
cortex,
frontal,
in
paracentral
gyrus, left.

Biological

__

_ _

=POST-CONFUCTOLYlKA'HASE (PCl-PHASE) =VAGOTONIA

RESTORATION OF FUNCTION
(vim, il rhev <"i'l)

Confiict of having
"lost one's face";
conflict of having
been made a fool
or ridiculed.

HH in motor
cortex
lateral, left.

Facial paralysis, also called "stroke".

The innervation of lhe facial muscles slowly


returns with epileptic crisis.

Paralysis of
laryngeal
musculature.

Fright conflict;
conflict of not
being able to
speak.

HH in motor
cortex,
frontotemporal,
left.

Laryngeal musculature paralysis.

During the pel-phase, the function of the


laryngeal musculature slowly returns.
Laryngeal asthma (prolonged inhaling,
gasping for breath) = Epileptic Crisis of
laryngeal musculature + ca-phase in right
cerebral territorial conflict area visible with the
epileptic attack.

II---

....L.

_L_

__L

Laryngeal Asthma
inhaling is extended and intesified

(= gasping)

Laryngeal musculature relay,


pc I-phase in epileptic crisis
(= laryngeal musculature epilepsy)

CONFUCT RESOLUTION PHASE

CONFLICT ACTNE PHASE ICAPHASE)


SYMPATHICOTONIA
FUNCTIONAL IMPAIRMENT

Facial paralysis
(paresis) of the
right side of the
face.

Functional impairment of alpha-islet cells; increasing


hypoglycemia (glucagon insufficiency): "I'm walking on
clouds!"
Bulimia: special schizophrenic constellation, involving the
stomach in the right cortex = hypoglycemia with stomach
ulcer.

Conflict of not
being able to
escape or not
being able to
follow (legs); not
being able to
defend oneself or
hold on to
somebody or
something (arms,
hands); not being
able to get out of
the way (back
and shoulder
muscles); conflict
of "feeling stuck"
(leg paralysis).

= outer germ layer = ectoderm

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

RESTORATION OF FUNCTION
(virn-, if tlll'Y c,i'l)

HH frontal
Biological meaning: increased intake of
in diencenutrition (always hungry) in order to
phalons, left. compensate the increased use of glucose
of the organism.

Left cerebral hemisphere

---j

Status asthmaticus: simultaneous Epi-Crisis


of laryngeal and bronchial musculature = short
epileptic constellation (double epileptic attack).

+ a second HH anywhere cortical right


in ca-phase or in epileptoid crisis.

meaning: play dead reflex.

During the pel-phase the lesion in the brain


1--------------1 becomes edematous. As a result the motor
During the ca-phase increasing motor
function seems to get worse (only temporary!);
paralysis, depending on the intensity of the uncontrolled twitching.
conflict beginning with the DHS. There are During the Epileptic Crisis: epileptic seizure,
less or no impulses transmitted from the
in the heart we call it left myocardial infarction:
cerebral motor cortex to the striated
tonic (= muscle hypertonus) or clonic (=
musclulature. A single muscle, a group of
myoclone) myocardial seizures, respectively
muscles, or an entire limb can be affected. tonic-tachycardial or tonic-clonic heart muscle
The paralysis is not painful. With prolonged spasms. Left myocardial infarction (= muscular
paralysis there is a high risk of a second
epileptic crisis): Tachycardia and drop of blood
conflict, resulting in a "schizophrenic
pressure. Hardly any puis.
constellation"!.
After the Epileptic Crisis, the innervation slowly
f--------------_J
returns to normal.
Because of the twist of the heart during evolution, the left myocardium is controlled from
the left brain hemisphere (previously right heart tube).
So-called Morbus Parkinson's (e.g. hands or feet): a "hanging healing phase" because
of continuous small relapses.
One of the most frequent second conflicts is the diagnosis shock: "You have MS, and you
will not be able to walk!", or the like. With the diagnosis, the patient suffers instantaneously
the conflict of "not being able to walk". If the patient believes what the doctor says (even
though the diagnosis is wrong!), a quasi post-hypnotic engram is imprinted in the brain,
which makes any therapy even more difficult.
Approx. 70 - 80% of so-called paraplegia falls into this category.

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Often the laryngeal mucosa relay


(see right) is also involved =
combination of motor and sensory
constellation

Status asthmaticus
(both SBSs are in the epileptic crisis (epilepsy))
Inhaling and exhaling are extended and intensified
(dangerous)
HH in laryngeal musculature relay,
pel-phase in epileptic crisis =
laryngeal musculature epilepsy

Asthma attack occurs always during epileptic crisis (either I


right or left, or with simultaneous crisis. During the ca-phase I
there is a paralysis of the striated musculature).

HH in bronchial musculature relay,


pel-phase in epileptiC crisis =
bronchial musculature epilepsy

Dr. med. Mag. theal. Ryke Geerd Hamer

This symbol indicates a HH (Hamerscher Herd) in pel-phase with epileptic crisis (point in the middle)

SSS-ORGANMANIFESTATION

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

CONFUCT RESOLunON PHASE

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE ICA-PHASE)


= SYMPATHICOTONIA
FUNCTIONAL IMPAIRMENT
~

Orgasm
of humans
and animals
according
to the 2nd
The event of the orgasm is basically part of a "natural SBS"
that proceeds according to the principle of the "two-phasespattern" although it is not a SBS (conflict). In principle, there
are two types of orgasm
1. the clitoral/penile orgasm, controlled from the right side of
the cerebrum, with panting for breath.
In men the epileptic crisis is the ejaculation, in women the
clitoral orgasm. This clitoral/penal orgasm usually can be
released manually or orally if the right hemisphere is occupied
by the conflict.
2. the vaginal/rectal orgasm, controlled from the left side of the
cerebrum, with gasping for breath. In addition, there is the
simutaneous vaginal/rectal and clitoral/penile orgasm, which
we call "sexual ecstasy". During the orgasm, the entire territorial
conflict area is involved. Even though "gasping" during the
vaginal/rectal orgasm, and "panting" during the clitoral orgasm
is predominant, the stomach/bile duct relay as well as the rectum
and bladder relay - even the mouth relay (oral orgasm) partake. If a RH-female is active with a sexual conflict, her
ability to have a vaginal orgasm is blocked. With a territorial
loss conflict, on the other hand, a clitoral/penile orgasm is still
possible through manual or oral stimulation - for both men and
women.

Biological

Law

RESTORATION OF FUNCTION
(viru, if thcv l-xht)

(Law

of the two

Infatuation phase
(in animals intense
excitatlcn: libido)

~ Realization

The fila olfactoria


are part of the
brain, like the
retina.

For cervix, vagina, rectum and clitoral/penile

orgasm

Dr. med. Mag. theol. Ryke Geerd Hamer

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Smell conflict;
conflict of not
wanting to smell
something: "I
can't believe this
stench!".

HH in
ciencephalons,
left.

Biological meaning: to "switch off' an


unbearable smell.
~-----------~
Macroscopically, there is no change in the
fila olfactoria. But, with ongoing conflict
activity, the ability to scent a specific smell
becomes more and more impaired
(anosmia).

Sudden loss of smell The patient can smell


hardly anything or is unable to smell anything
at all in the right half of the fila olfactoria,
where fluid (edema) and glia is stored. At the
end of the healing phase, the ability to smell
is for the most part restored.

- Vertigo with
tendency to fall to
one side

- Hearing confiict;
conflict of not
wanting to hear
something.

- One was falling


or sees or hears
somebody falling

HH
temporebasal, left.
Vestibulo
cochlear
nerve
(8th cranial
nerve).
- As above.

Biological meaning: one doesn't want to


hear something unpleasant. But when the
same or a similar situation occurs, a warning
signal goes off = tinnitus.
- Tinnitus in the right ear (buzzing, rustling,
humming, ringing, whistling), starting with
the DHS; Dizziness with tendency to fall
to the right.

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

Fear-from-behind
conflict; danger
that lurks or
threatens from
behind, and
cannot be shaken
off.

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE ICA-PHASE)


= SYMPATHICOTONIA
FUNCTIONAL IMPAIRMENT

HH in the
left visual
cortex
occipital for
the left
halves of
the retina .

Biological meaning: the partial loss of


retinal function makes what triggered the
fear from behind temporarily invisible (prey
animals that have their eyes positioned on
the side, are able to look backward).

1-------------...,
Loss of vision in a specific area of the
retina, different in both eyes.

CONFUCTRESOLunONPHASE

=POST-CONFUCTOLYl1CPHASE(PCL-PHASE)
RESTORATION

=VAGOTOMA

OF FUNCTION

(vtrus if thcv "'hI)

During the pel-phase an edema develops both


in the HH of the visual cortex and between
the sclera and the retina, resulting in retinal
detachment. The effect is particularly severe
when the fovea centralis is involved. Even
though the retinal detachment is a positive
temporary healing symptom, which reverses
on its own, the vision during this phase is
dramatically reduced. Caution: potentially
severe complications with the "Syndrome"!
Nearsightedness
(myopia): a result of
repetitive lateral retinal detachment due to
relapses. The eyeball is optically stretched.
This is caused by the hardening (callosity)
between the retina and the sclera.
Farsightedness (hypermetropia): a result of
repetitive dorsal retinal detachment due to
relapses with callosity between the retina and
the sclera. The eyeball becomes optically
shorter. With both types of visual impairment
the vision can be corrected with eyeglasses.
-

Rb le

- Reduced
ability to hear,
right ear.

Exception: from
retina to brain
relay not crossed.
In this case, the
crossing refers to
the crossed vision
to the person or
object, this
means the left
halves of the
retina look to the
right.
E.g. : a lefthanded woman
looks to the right
(to her child).

relaxation

Itb Ie

Reduced ability
to smell, right half
of fila olfactoria

Reduced vision
predominantly in
the left halves of
the retina.

..

phases)

Orgasm

SSS-ORGANMANIFESTATION

=POST-CONFUCTOLYTJC.PHASE(PCL-PHASE) =VAGOTONIA

- Acute loss of hearing in the right ear for these


particular frequencies; edema in the inner ear
and in the cerebral hearing center.

- No more dizziness or tendency to fall

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Rb le

Partial turbidity
of the left halves
of the vitreous
body so-caned
"glaucoma"
("horse blinkers
phenomenon)
means a partial
turbidity of the
backwards looking
part.
Mostly only the
nasal half or
halves of the
vitreous body
is/are affected
because the
lateral half/halves
must stay
unclouded in order
to find better the
escape route.

Fear from behind


conflict; fear of
the pursuer
(human or
animal).

HH in
paramedian
visual
cortex,
interhemispheric left
for the left
halves of
the vitreous
body, that
look to the
right.

Biological meaning: the predator who


comes up from behind becomes optically
"clouded", e.g. a rabbit is able to run its
zigzag course without interruption, which
increases its chance of survival 10 times.
He wouldn't have that chance if he looked
up to his pursuer. Prey animals that have
their eyes positioned on the side, are able
to cover or cloud the danger from behind
("horse blinkers phenomenon"). Therefore
only part of the vitreous body becomes
clouded (tunnel vision). So-called predators
can afford to look with both eyes ahead,
since they are in much less danger of being
pursued. Humans are biologically speaking
half prey, half predator (canines!).
Partial turbidity of the left halves of the
vitreous body (turbidity of the left lateral
vitreous body seldom) so that the predator
(danger) is optically clouded, while the focus
remains on the escape route.
Compare: "gray cataract" = opacity of the
lens during pel-phase: "green cataract" =
turbidity of the vitreous body during ca-phase.

Reversal of turbidity with edema of the vitreous


body (glaucoma = elevated intraocular
pressure). The edema often presses through
the opening of the optic nerve. Neither during
the ca-phase nor the pel-phase should laser
treatment be performed, as the vitreous body
will become irreversibly damaged.
Caution: with the "Syndrome",
glaucoma
can become acute.

SBS-ORGANMANIFESTATION

Severe stinging,
flowing pain of
the periosteum in
the affected right
skeleton area;
Phantomsquamous
epithelium ulcers
in the squamous
epithelial cover
of the periosteum
(once existant
during evolution).
Periosteum
sensitivity
consistent with
"gullet mucosa
pattern".

BIOLOGICAL
CONFLICT
CONTENT

1) Brutal
separation conflict
as a result of
inflicting pain on
someone else
2) Brutal
separation conflict
as a result of pain
experienced on
one's own
periosteum.

CONFLICT ACTIVE PHASE ICA-PHASE)


= SYMPATHICOTONIA
FUNCTIONAL IMPAIRMENT

HH parietooccipital left,
crossed
from the
brain to the
organ (postsensory
cortex).

Biological meaning: To feel the brutal


separation due to the stinging pain respecting
the area of the periosteum where somebody
inflicted us pain or where we inflicted pain
on somebody (associatively).

I--------------l
We call these stinging, flowing pain of the
periosteum rheumatism.
In case of edematous bone-healing with
pain due to the extension of the periosteum
we must imagine that the original periosteum
squamous epithelium consisted of an
upperlayer and an underlayer. The innervation of the upperlayer is responsible for
the rheumatism in ca-phase (as well as outer
skin: neurodermatitis). The patient claims
that he has "cold feet" although they aren't
cold externally. The innervation of the
underlayer was obviously responsible for
the pain (due to extension) during the bone
healing-phase (as well as outer skin: vitiligo).
We assume that the underlayer itself cannot
cause a SBS!

General remarks concerning rheumatism:


Newly, we know that the rheumatism of the periosteum occurs in the
ca-phase according to the "gullet mucosa pattern" while the patient
has the feeling of coolness in the affected limb. Very often the brutal
separation conflict-SBS is combined with a normal separation conflict
concerning the outer skin laying over the periosteum. The sensitivity
of the outer skin follows the "outer skin pattern", this means pain,

CONFUCT RESOWTION PHASE


=POST-CONFUCTOlYllCPHASE(PCltPHASE)
=VAGOTONIA
RESTORATION OF FUNCTION
(viru, if rhev exi,,)

"gullet mucosa pattern", has numbness in the


pel-phase like all the other organs of the gulletmucosa pattem; excluding the epileptoid crisis
with especially severe pain.
In the epileptoid crisis we also have the "cold
days" with their strong flowing pain ("rheuma"
means "to flow" in greek) lasting one week or
in case of long conflict activity also 2 weeks.
Due to the fact that rheumatism is often
combined with a less severe separation-conflict
affecting the outer skin (ca-phase:
neurodermatitis + numbness; pel-phase:
pruritus, pain, swelling with redness of skin,
often so-called skin eruption) and with pain
(due to extension of periosteum) during bonehealing, especially with syndrome, nobody
really knew what rheumatism was.

hyperesthesia and pruritus in the pel-phase. The patient has the feeling
as if "the pain wouldn't stop anymore". In case of and additional painful
streching of the periosteum during the pel-phase of the bones (=
recalcficaiion), possibly with syndrome, the patient becomes confused,
desprite and starts to panic. At this point a secure diagnosis is important.
As soon as the patient understands the correlations, he can find a way
out of the panic or he even doesn't get into it.

jor more d)an 20 years we are breaming of...


"tbe breafd)roug~ of <vermanic new nlebicine
roben t~e crocuses are blooming"

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