In the early morning hours of August 18, 1978, an aristocratic feast was taking place aboard a yacht off the coast of Cavallo in Corsica, Italy. Not far away, on the deck of a neighboring ship, slept a 19-year-old Dirk Hamer, the son of a prestigious German doctor, Dr Ryke Geerd Hamer.
Around three in the morning, an Italian prince, Albert of Savoy, takes out his revolver and shoots, for no apparent reason, at the sleeping young man.
Dirk, seriously injured, was transferred to Munich and died four months later in Heidelberg on December 7, 1978.
Dr Hamer suffered from a heartbreaking pain that made him sad.
To this pain was added anger when justice was not served because the judicial inquiry was opened mysteriously.
Four months later, Dr Hamer developed testicular cancer. His wife, Dr Sigrid Hamer, suffered from various cancerous diseases which ultimately led to his death in 1985.
Dr Hamer wondered if the development of cancer in his wife and in him was not linked to this terrible and premature suffering.
Despite his illness, he draws the strength to launch an investigation.
He finds that all cancer patients have suffered an unexpected psychic blow or prolonged suffering, lived in silence.
Performing an MRI on the brain in cancer patients uncovered a small area of inflammation that did not produce any neurological symptoms that has been described by other radiologists as a stain, a factory defect. the machine.
Dr Hamer has several medical specialties: radiology, pediatrics, psychiatry and internal medicine and has studied physics for six years.
Not only does Dr. Hamer disagree with his radiologist colleagues that this is a simple point, but also that this image appears in the brains of all people who suffer from cancer; and something else: depending on its location in the brain, it corresponds to the location of cancer in the body.
He named this place: Spotlight by Dirk Hamer, in memory of his son who was murdered with impunity.
The important thing in this discovery is to have found the relationship between emotional illness and cancer, which some doctors had already pointed out but had not corroborated because there were no diagnostic methods such as magnetic resonance. .
But he also finds a relationship between the type of emotional conflict and the type of cancer. Let’s see some examples:
Cancer of the left breast: Conflict: mother-son, daughter-mother or nest. For example: self-reproach of the mother because her son let go of her hand and he was run over. Loneliness and a feeling of abandonment because the children get married and leave the house. Inflamed focus in the brain: right lateral area.
Right breast cancer: Conflict: worries or fights with the partner or with a pair (friend-friend, colleague, etc.).
Focus: left lateral area of the brain.
Stomach cancer :
Conflict: “I cannot digest what happened to me, they took my money that I had invested in this financial institution, they left with my money,” one patient told me.
Focus: right lateral part of the cerebral bridge.
Colon cancer: Conflict: indigestible disappointment, “shit”. Unfair criminal charge. Focus: medial zone of the cerebral bridge.
Prostate cancer :
Emotional conflict: it is a sexual conflict. The patient may feel abandoned by their partner.
Brain area affected: medial area of the brain bridge.
Dr Hamer was born in Friesland in the Republic of Germany in 1935, four years before the outbreak of World War II. He began his studies in medicine and theology at the age of 18 at the University of Tübingen where he met his later wife, Dr Sigrid Oldenburg.
He developed several patented inventions, including a saw for bone surgery and an electric scalpel that bears his name, which cuts 20 times finer than the conventional scalpel, allowing for less traumatic surgery.
The results of his cancer research led him to baptize New Medicine which includes the Psyche-Brain-Organ relationship and the Steel Law of Cancer. His research has extended to many chronic diseases, finding the same relationship of suffering or emotional conflict experienced in silence leaves an imprint on the brain: Hamer Focus, and at a distance, affects an organ or system in the body.
Thus was born, later, with the French school, the Decryption of Diseases to which were added Psychogenealogy and Total Biology.
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