The ‘Un-Cure’ for Cancer Revealed
Little does most of the world know that in 1981 a new, monumental science of medicine was discovered and put forth in a post-doctoral thesis to the University of Tübingen in Germany by the medical doctor Dr. med. Mag. theol. Ryke Geerd Hamer. This “new medicine” revealed that cancer cell growth serves a biological function that occurs in a highly predictable manner!
This explains why the war on cancer has failed. Cancer cannot be fought, battled or combated successfully when it is part of the body’s biological programming. German New Medicine (GNM), as this “new medicine” has been named since “New Medicine” was already a registered entity, proves why we have the cancer response and how best to deal with a cancer diagnosis.
In layman’s terms, here are the Five Biological Laws of GNM:
A specific type of “conflict shock” will give rise to a predictable simultaneous result in the brain and in the body. For example, fear that you or someone you care for will die is a “death fright conflict” which prompts lung cancer.
Every “disease” or biologically-functional program, runs in 2 phases, providing there is a resolution to the initial conflict. This means there will be a “conflict active” phase and a “conflict resolution” or healing phase.
There is a distinct and predictable correlation between the organ affected and the response that occurs as part of the “disease” process. Certain organs and tissues of the body are controlled by the “old brain”, the cerebellum and brain stem. Others are controlled by the “new brain”, the cerebrum.
“Old brain” controlled tissues and organs produce cell growth, for example, a tumor, in the “conflict active” phase followed by cell or tissue loss in the healing phase. Alternatively, “new brain” controlled tissues and organs produce cell or tissue loss in the “conflict active” phase followed by cell growth in the healing phase.
The body creates and uses microbes such as fungi, bacteria and viruses in the “conflict resolution” phase to complete the healing, for example, tubercular bacteria breaks down a lung tumor.
Every “disease” is part of Significant Biologically Special (SBS) Program created to assist an organism, both humans and animals alike, in resolving a biological conflict. This author prefers to explain it as a “bio-emotional” conflict since it is at once both a biological and emotional conflict that sets the whole “disease” response moving. “Disease” is actually a misnomer. “Mother Nature” isn’t backfiring on us. She’s operating to help us.
Resolving the Cancer Response
When the above five laws are understood, it entirely changes the way we go about treating cancer. GNM isn’t suggesting we ignore cancer. It suggests we make sure to look at the environmental and psychological factors and resolve the issues that are creating the cancer response in the case of “old brain” controlled tissues and organs. It also purports, in the case of “new brain” controlled tissues and organs, that cancer be allowed to run its course as the cancer itself is repairing the body by replenishing lost cells.
The science and therapies of GNM provides us effective direction instead of the costly and sometimes deadly futility we see with current cancer treatments.
GNM is a solid science, not a flimsy theory. It has been verified numerous times by medical professionals worldwide and has never been disproven. Is it acceptable for us to carry on in a business-as-usual manner when we have this approach to treating cancer with a reputed 96% success rate?
10 Ways to Improve Brain Health and Function
The human body is a fascinating machine – with its efficiency surpassed only by its complexity. However, the most incredible piece of equipment is the part that rules it all – the human brain. With over 100 billion neurons that connect and join together to create over 1,000 trillion synapses, the human brain contains more neural connections than there are stars in the galaxy.
Unfortunately, your brain doesn’t come with an owner’s manual. While everyone is different, scientists estimate that most people are only using about 10 percent of their brain’s total capacity. With such a powerful tool constantly at our disposal – it’s easy to forget just how delicate our brains can be.
So let’s look at some ways that you can take care of your brain and get the most out of this elite piece of machinery.
TOP FOODS FOR BOOSTING BRAIN HEALTH
While the health concerns of a poor diet are far ranging – multiple studies have found that poor nutritional habits lead to a decline in cognitive behavior and an increased risk for dementia.
By working the following foods into your diet, you’ll increase your chances of maintaining healthy brain function well into old age.
In India, where turmeric is a frequent ingredient, population studies have revealed a lower proclivity to Alzheimer’s. While turmeric probably isn’t the only reason, it has been shown to activate genes that help to reduce inflammation that weakens and destroys brain cells. Try adding a teaspoon daily.
More than just a morning survival necessity, coffee can improve your brain’s ability to learn by nearly 10 percent and can even relieve headaches and migraines by constricting blood vessels in the brain that are opening too wide. On top of this, caffeine suppresses a neurotransmitter called adenosine, which influences attention, alertness, and sleep. By blocking adenosine, other brain chemicals like glutamate and dopamine are stimulated and flow more freely – giving you a surge of energy, improved mental performance and overall slowing the effects of aging on your brain.
Your brain is 60 percent fat – most of which is the omega-3 fatty acid DHA. Eating wild salmon, also rich in omega-3 fatty acids, has been proven to boost learning capabilities and academic performance in children as well as ward of depression and hostility in young adults and cognitive dementia in the elderly.
Not all nuts are created equally – but most are pretty darn amazing for your brain. Walnuts are rated the top for your brain health as they have a significantly high concentration of DHA. Almonds and hazelnuts are also a great source for Vitamin E, which has been linked to less age-related cognitive decline. While fewer studies have been done surrounding peanuts, they are extremely high in niacin – which multiple reports have linked deficiencies with a higher incidence of Alzheimer’s and dementia.