Here are the Five Biological Laws according to German New Medicine (GNM), also known as Germanische Heilkunde (GHk):
The First Biological Law (the Iron Rule of Cancer)
The First Biological Law has 3 criteria:
1. Every ‘disease’ is a Special Biological Programme which is set off by an “unexpected, highly acute, and isolating conflict shock that occurs simultaneously in the psyche, the brain, and on the corresponding organ.”
A conflict shock is something that occurs unexpectedly and catches us unprepared and off-guard. This is very subjective and the type of conflict that is experienced depends on the person’s perception of the situation which is based upon their beliefs, upbringing, emotional state, etc.
For example, a divorce may be experienced as an abandonment conflict (affecting the kidneys), self- devaluation conflict (affecting the muscles, lymphs nodes or bones), separation conflict (affecting the skin), starvation conflict (affecting the liver), indigestible morsel (affecting the digestive system/GI tract), etc. – or a combination of these.
The conflict theme is directly related to the function of the related organ, e.g. a morsel conflict would affect the alimentary canal (either unable to catch, eliminate or digest a morsel). As humans are emotional, complex beings, the conflict can be of a figurative nature. For example, a death fright conflict can be experienced when a cancer diagnosis is received. We can even suffer a conflict on behalf of someone else!
2. The content of the conflict determines which organ will be affected and from which area of the brain the biological programme will be controlled. Specific conflicts will trigger a specific biological programme to run, the purpose of which is to make the organ stronger or more efficient so we can cope with and survive the unexpected trauma. For example, a death-fright conflict will trigger extra cells to grow in the lung to enable more surface area for more oxygen to be brought into the body to help prevent death.
3. Every Biological Programme runs simultaneously on the level of the psyche, the brain, and the correlating organ. “The differentiation between the psyche, the brain, and the body is purely academic. In reality, they are one.” (Ryke Geerd Hamer)
The perception of the conflict occurs entirely on a subconscious level. Generally there are no symptoms in the conflict-active phase; hence, we will not know which type of conflict we have experienced until symptoms arise in the healing phase. The intensity of the healing phase depends on the intensity of the conflict and the length of time we were in the conflict-active phase.
The Second Biological Law – Every Biological Special Program runs in two phases provided there is a resolution of the conflict.
Phase 1 is known as the Conflict-active phase. It is a time of stress, difficulty sleeping, cold hands, and generally no physical symptoms. While the conflict is active, the biological programme is facilitating the survival and coping of the conflict by either creating more cells (to increase surface area for more absorption, for example) or cell loss (ulceration) to widen a vessel (to allow more flow of bodily fluid through, for example).
Once the conflict is resolved, the healing phase begins. This is the body’s way of getting back to normal, and is where the symptoms of ‘disease’ as we know them begin. The healing process is assisted by bacteria such as TB, fungi such as Candida and other microbes which, until activated by the brain, remain dormant (if not wiped out by overuse of antibiotics and vaccines). These microbes either help to break down additional cells or replenish cells depending on the biological programme that is running. There is inflammation in this phase, and thus often pain, as the body actually requires a fluid environment for the healing to take place. There are also sweats, particularly night sweats if TB bacteria is involved, and tiredness, often fatigue. This is because our body needs minimal movement and to rest in order to heal. Where there are night sweats meaning TB bacteria is involved, it is important to consume more protein as TB produce a lot of discharge containing high amount of proteins. What we see in patients that appear to be wasting away with a serious disease, is actually protein loss and this can be fatal.
The main point to take from this phase is that our symptoms are nothing to fear. They are purposeful and are an indication that we are actually in healing. Conventionally we try to turn away from symptoms through inconvenience and fear. But working with the symptoms, supporting the process and allowing the healing to happen with a positive mindset is what is required to ensure the healing phase is completed.
Once the first part of healing phase (PCL-A) is complete, the body needs to push out the waste. So the body temporarily goes back into the ‘stress’ phase in what is known as an ‘Epileptoid Crisis’. At this phase we see symptoms such as nose bleeds, coughing fits, abdominal cramps, etc. depending on the biological programme that is running its course.
Then the second part of the healing phase (PCL-B) sees discharges, sometimes bleeding, mucous, pus, diarrhoea, etc. as the body rids itself of the toxins and waste products produced during healing, and finally the scarring and healing of the tissue.
Chronic conditions are caused by a ‘hanging healing’ which is when the body cannot complete the healing phase. This can be due to conflict relapses, poor diet, certain medications, and stimulants which can push the body back into the conflict-active phase by taken the body out of the vagatonic (relaxed, unstressed) state. This may cause symptoms to disappear (due to there being no symptoms in the conflict-active phase). This can create a belief that the medication/stimulant is helping – but in reality it is not allowing the biological programme to complete its healing.
Allergies are caused when ‘tracks’ are created that are basically triggers of the original conflict. When these triggers are experienced, the biological programme is reactivated.
The Third Biological Law
In line with embryology, the control relays of our organs are found in the part of the brain that developed at the same time as the organ. All organs controlled from the same part of the brain will run the same biological programme. For example: in all organs that are controlled from the brainstem and cerebellum there will be cell proliferation in the conflict-active phase and cell removal by TB bacteria and fungi in the healing phase; in all organs that are controlled from the cerebral medulla and the cerebral cortex, there will be cell loss in the conflict-active phase, which will be replenished during the healing phase).
The Fourth Biological Law – Microbes don’t cause diseases but play instead a vital role during the healing phase.
During the healing phase, bacteria such as TB, streptococcus, staphylococcus, and fungi such as Candida will become active in order to remove the additional cells that are no longer required or to assist the replenishing of tissue. Each type of microbe has its own specific task. So-called “infections” such as a Candida infection (commonly known as candidiasis) occur therefore in the healing phase. Its intensity is proportional to the length and intensity of the conflict-active phase. Microbes require an acidic environment in which to thrive and work. Therefore the acidic imbalance is not the cause of disease, but an essential part of healing.
The Fifth Biological Law – Every so-called disease is part of a Significant Biological Special Program of Nature created to assists an organism (humans and animals alike) during unexpected distress.
Dr. Hamer: “All so-called diseases have a special biological meaning. While we used to regard Mother Nature as fallible and had the audacity to believe that She constantly made mistakes and caused breakdowns (malignant, senseless, degenerative cancerous growths, etc.) we can now see, as the scales fall from our eyes, that it was our ignorance and pride that were and are the only foolishness in our cosmos. Blinded, we brought upon ourselves this senseless, soulless and brutal medicine. Full of wonder, we can now understand for the first time that Nature is orderly and that every occurrence in Nature is meaningful, even in the framework of the whole. Nothing in Nature is meaningless, malignant or diseased.”