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The Cancer Sequence

By Ilsedora Laker

Insights of German New Medicine

If you are new to this paradigm of healing, I’m sure you were quite surprised at the implications of these discoveries. Not everyone is ready to accept this new way of looking at what we have been taught to call “the disease process,” not to mention that most people discov­ering GNM are looking for more information on a cancer diagnosis because either they or a loved one have been recently diagnosed.

Then, of course, there is the patient that has been given no hope, treatment has failed, and they are looking for any way and means to survive the “death sentence.”

A chance to survive

What if I told you that most of these so-called death sen­tences were no more than a voodoo spell and the patient has a chance to survive it? Most people wouldn’t believe it. However, this really is the case, and yet the majority are so “over programmed” by the negative information out there about cancer that they really have difficulty believing that they can survive.

So why does a patient with a cancer diagnosis succumb to their “disease process”? To understand this, we must first understand what Dr. Hamer discovered more than three decades ago about cancer.

His first ground-breaking discovery is called “The Iron Rule of Cancer,” which was unearthed when he realized that a biological shock was responsible for the onset of his own testicular cancer. In other words, this was not a random occurrence, there was a real reason for the onset of the cellular changes that are called “cancer.”

A biological shock

Dr. Hamer found that when we experience a negative situ­ation that is unanticipated, a biological program is set into motion simultaneously and immediately on the psyche, brain and organ. The implications of this are astounding, especially in today’s world where people are diagnosed with cancer by the thousands on a daily basis.

Dr. Hamer found that when we experience a negative situ­ation that is unanticipated, a biological program is set into motion simultaneously and immediately on the psyche, brain and organ. The implications of this are astounding, especially in today’s world where people are diagnosed with cancer by the thousands on a daily basis.

Let’s look at this discovery a little closer. If we have a shock, or DHS (as we call it in the GNM), a disease process can be initiated. However, when the biological shock is resolved, this activity will come to a halt. Now we must define “activity.”

This activity will take place on the organ, and depending on the particular cellular structure that was affected, this activity can either develop into a growth (tumor) or it could begin to degenerate tissue in an organ. The location of this activity on the organ is determined by the exact nature of the shock or biological conflict.

Healing mode

When this conflict activity stops, the body will naturally go into “healing mode.” However, this is also when approxi­mately 60-70% of our diseases will be diagnosed, and that includes some cancers. On the other hand, when a growth develops during conflict activity, it will stop growing and either lay dormant or degrade once the biological conflict is resolved.

That is quite a statement isn’t it? However, it is a fact, and traditional medicine has already observed this. They just couldn’t explain it until Dr. Hamer began to look for answers. As a matter of fact, approximately 50% of all can­cers that grow during conflict activity are already resolved and dormant by the time they are diagnosed.

So how does a cancer actually spread?

This was another revelation from Dr. Hamer. When he real­ized the reason why a cancer could become dormant or stop growing, he had to try to understand what metastasis was all about. But first we need to understand what traditional medicine believes is the cause of a spreading cancer.

It is commonly believed that a cancerous cell will dislodge itself from a “primary” tumor and swim through either the lymphatic system or through the blood stream, attach itself to another organ and begin another cancer process. Thankfully this concept is incorrect!

When Dr. Hamer began to look for the answer, he real­ized that first, this has never been observed or proven to exist in any humans or animals, and second, if traditional medicine actually believed this, then they would have de­veloped a blood screening process for people that donated blood. Otherwise anyone that received donated blood is at risk of developing cancer. Thirdly, for a cancerous cell to “metastasize,” it would need a great deal of intelligence to land in very close proximity to the primary growth, because it would first need to go through the entire circulatory system to get there!

The Iron Rule of Cancer

Dr. Hamer’s first biological law states that all diseases, out­side of poisoning, begin with a biological conflict shock! That means, that if an individual is diagnosed with, say a single breast cancer or an ovarian cancer or even a bowel cancer, that in order for “the cancer” to spread to another organ, they would need to experience another biological shock to initiate a second cancer sequence.

Dr. Hamer managed to prove this by using cat scans (computerized tomography) of the brain where concen­tric rings are seen on the specific brain relays connected to an organ experiencing activity.

What about patients that are diagnosed with metas­tasis at the same time as the primary cancer is discov­ered? This is not as complex as it sounds, it is relatively easy to understand when properly explained. Let’s take the example of someone who has a cancer diagnosis involving the liver, pancreas, and stomach at the same time, which all developed from the moment of the conflict shock. The triggers or relays for these organs in the brain, which in this case are located side by side in the pons of the brainstem, were simultaneously affected by the conflict shock experience. For several organs to be affected at once, the magnitude of the shock must be such that the activity was enormous. This is why we don’t see this too often.

Another example is if a woman with an intraductal breast cancer was simultaneously diagnosed with a “spreading” to the lymph, there had to be another aspect of the biological shock to do with “self-devaluation,” or an aspect of “impotence,” during the conflict situation.

The milk ducts and lymph, by the way, will only develop a so-called cancer when the conflict is resolved. It seems unfair, but this is a repair phase to the damage done to the cells during the conflict activity.

We have been programmed

This entire concept of a cancer developing in a heal­ing phase is the most difficult thing for most people to accept or even understand. We have been programmed to see these manifestations as malignancies, in other words fatal, and of course when we have such a diagno­sis, we can have another biological shock that sets a new biological process into motion that may develop into another tumor. This, of course, will unsettle anyone who has been programmed with the existing information on cancer and life expectancy. It’s important to update our understanding of cancer so people won’t have such difficulty recovering.

When we look at “metastasis,” there is a common sequence that the “spreading” will follow. I will outline one of the most common cancers so that everyone can understand how this happens.

Example of a cancer sequence

1) Bowel cancer

The bowel can develop either flat growths or nodular growths and this is determined by the exact nature of the “indigestible anger” regarding a morsel. The morsel is what we need to survive, so it can be a conflict involv­ing money, property, insurance, a pension, or even a job. It can also be something that we wanted to have but were unable to get.

This is a manifestation that grows during the conflict active phase, and then stops growing when the conflict has been resolved. When the “healing phase” begins, the patient will feel tired, hungry, and will have difficulty getting to sleep. However, they may notice blood in the stool or possibly have a black stool if the mass was higher up, and they may experience some bowel func­tion irregularities such as diarrhea or constipation.

Unfortunately, given these symptoms of the healing phase, it is here, after the mass has stopped growing, when the patient is often diagnosed.

On the diagnosis, the individual will have his second shock, which given the nature of the diagnosis, will affect the liver parenchyma, and they will develop liver nodules as a result. Why specifically the liver? The reason is that the liver responds to a “starvation conflict” which, on an archaic level, is what the individual under­stood from the diagnosis of a “bowel blockage”; that it could lead to starvation. In other words, a fear that food will eventually no longer go in or out of the system and, as a result, they could starve to death.

2) Liver cancer

A few weeks down the line they will be diagnosed with liver cancer. However, if they have surgery and the growth is removed from the bowels, they will feel safe again, and the liver nodules will stop growing.

Another possibility is that the individual experiences the diagnosis as an “attack against the abdomen,” which will develop into a “serous” mass or caking of this par­ticular tissue in the abdominal cavity.

This is also something that will develop during the conflict active phase. However, when the patient comes to terms with their diagnosis, and the attack conflict is resolved, the abdominal growth will be arrested and fluid will begin to fill the abdominal cavity. This condi­tion is called “ascites.”

3) Ascites

This fluid is usually manageable and does not need to be removed unless the patient in the meantime has an “existence” conflict meaning that their kidney collect­ing tubules are in “fluid conservation” mode leading to fluid buildup. The fluid in such a case justifies removal, but then other complications can develop because this is a “vital fluid” that is removed from the body and it takes a great deal of energy and resources for the body to replace the elements that are contained within this fluid. As a result, the patient is weakened more and more each time the fluid is “managed.”

I’ve blogged extensively on this particular “survival” conflict, so please read “The Art of Surrender” for more information about dealing with an existence conflict affecting the kidneys.

Unfortunately, ascites in traditional medicine is seen as an “end stage” cancer process and then all they can do is try to make them more comfortable by removing the fluid and administering opioids, which quickly leads to death.

4) Lung cancer

The other possibility in a bowel cancer diagnosis, is if the individual has been given a “death sentence,” they will develop lung nodules as a result of a “fear of death” conflict. These also grow during the conflict active phase and stop growing when the conflict is resolved. Mild coughing, along with night sweats beginning in the morning hours at dawn, are a clear indicator of a resolved conflict that affected the lungs.

Lung nodules will develop when the individual is told that they only have a short time to live and that they should get their affairs in order. Hopefully, everyone now has a good idea of how a cancer can spread accord­ing to what Dr. Hamer discovered.

This entire concept of a cancer developing in a heal­ing phase is the most difficult thing for most people to accept or even understand. We have been programmed to see these manifestations as malignancies.

If this is true, why do so many people die of cancer?

It’s commonly believed that when a person has been diagnosed with cancer, death is very near. For the most part, it is this particular belief that becomes a self-fulfilling prophesy. There are many fallacies around cancer that need to be broken down and how a cancer patient actually dies in our current environment.

Naturally when one is diagnosed with a cancer, for example a woman diagnosed with breast cancer, the cause of death is listed as “breast cancer” when in fact the breast tissues really had nothing to do with the cause of death.

The problem is that people don’t question this, they just accept it without understanding that the breast is not a vital organ and that when it becomes diseased, the breast cancer itself will not be life-threatening.

So, why and how does a breast cancer patient die?

I’ve already mentioned how there is a sequence of shocks that can be responsible for the demise of a bowel cancer patient. Breast cancer is no different.

Let’s look at the breast cancer “sequence” of metastasis. It is very similar, and all very local to the original diagnosis, in other words, in close proximity to the breast.

To understand this better, try to imagine what a woman experiences at the moment of such a diagnosis. In today’s world it is a shock of great magnitude because she is af­fected on so many levels, especially if she is still young and possibly unmarried.

First, she can develop a “self-devaluation” conflict close to the breast itself, and here we are looking at the lymph located in the axilla, meaning under the arm, being affected.

At that moment, there is a degeneration of cells called necrosis in the lymph, which will continue as long as she is in deep conflict. However, as soon as she comes to terms with the diagnosis and perhaps if she has had a lumpectomy, the lymphatic tissue goes into repair and an enlargement develops.

If she is still young and especially particular about her appearance, she may develop “amelanotic melanomas” on the mastectomy scar. Or, if she has not done anything and the breast lump has perforated the skin due to swelling, she can develop a “disfigurement” conflict because she is no longer perfect in her appearance.

Unfortunately, traditional medicine sees all of these symp­toms—amelanotic melanomas and lymph enlargement—as “metastasis,” and the alarm bells go off again. The next possibility can be twofold where she goes into a “cancer fear” conflict affecting the lymph in the mediastinum and neck.

It’s commonly believed that when a person has been diagnosed with cancer, death is very near. For the most part, it is this particular belief that becomes a self-fulfilling prophesy.

These “lymph” tissues are not really the same cel­lular structure as the lymph in the axilla that respond to self-devaluations, but they do behave in a similar man­ner after a biological program initiates cell-ulceration.

Again, as long as she is in conflict, the tissues de­generate (ulcers form internally in this case) and it isn’t until she has the “all clear” that these tissues go into the repair phase and she will develop nodules on her neck and possibly in the clavicle. In a very large mass conflict, the lymph in the mediastinum (chest cavity) can also enlarge.

At the same time of the cancer diagnosis, she may experience “an attack against the chest” where the pleura (composed of two membranes) surrounding and protecting the lungs, will grow microscopic cells in between the membranes in order to protect the chest cavity from attack.

Of course in this case the “attacker” can be perceived as the cancer itself or it could be the surgical knife, if the patient fears surgery.

Here again, during the conflict active phase, there are no symptoms concerning the pleura. However, when the patient comes to terms with this breast cancer process, fluid will fill the space in between the membranes of the pleura, and she will be diagnosed with “pleural effusion” if her breathing becomes difficult.

If this fluid is removed and tested, these microscopic pleura cells will be seen as another cancer spreading, when in fact, they were part of a biological form of “self-protec­tion” forming a layer of defense against a perceived attack against the chest.

This is potentially a life-threatening situation especially if she is in “survival mode” and her body is retaining extra fluid. Being in survival mode activates another biological response involving the kidney collecting tubules causing water retention, which compromises the pleura during the healing phase, and the patient may need to have the fluid around the lungs removed.

This is the same process as “ascites” that the bowel cancer patient can potentially experience after suffering an “attack against the abdomen.” However, without the “kidney collecting tubule syndrome” causing fluid retention, the pleural effusion usually involves minimal fluid that does not need to be removed and eventually, as the biological program runs its course, it is resorbed by the body.

I’ve personally witnessed a cancer patient be diagnosed with five liters of pleural effusion, and when she found and addressed the conflict that put her kidneys into survival mode, she peed the fluid out within two weeks! Needless to say, her doctor was speechless.

Then, of course, if there is nothing but decline during their cancer process, the individual can develop bone lesions in the sternum, ribcage or upper spine, as the result of feeling a sense of “impotence” or a deep “self-devaluation” with respect to what is happening specifically in that part of the body. All this is happening on the same side local to the breast that was diagnosed with cancer.

If, by chance, she goes into a healing phase of the bone cancer, she will develop pain from the stretching of the skin around the bone and then be given “pain management,” which involves primarily opioids. She will sleep more, stop eating, and eventually not wake from the opioids.

This is the primary cause of death in the majority of cancer patients.

Then, of course, there is always the possible “fear of death conflict,” which will develop into pulmonary nodules.

Does this sound familiar?

I’m sure the next question you are asking is, “How can we avoid this death sentence associated with cancer?”

The answer is easy. Arm yourself with GNM knowledge, and if you are recently diagnosed, work with a qualified GNM consultant to “decipher” exactly what your body is expressing.

A word about the “kidney collecting tubule syndrome” (KCTS)

When we go into “survival mode” and our existence is threat­ened, all healing phases become more exaggerated and pos­sibly life-threatening. If the lymph in the axilla have enlarged, we can develop a condition called lymphedema, which in this case, can mean a dramatic swelling of the arm. If the bone is healing, the skin around the bone will stretch more during the re-calcification process and the pain can become serious especially from sundown to sunrise. When there is pleural effusion or ascites, the fluid in the cavity will increase. If the patient has chosen not to have surgery to remove the breast lump, the breast swelling can increase dramatically.

It is for that reason that we must understand the actual cancer process and why a cancer “spreads.” Our health de­pends on the true knowledge around these Special Biological Programs (SBPs) of Nature. These programs are not meant to “take us out.” They are the organism’s biological response to threatening challenges called conflict shocks.

Please seek out a holistic doctor who honors the Hippocratic Oath for any medical concerns.

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