This book can be of great value for those who want to take the path of responsibility in their lives, who want to take the first step toward freedom and self knowledge, using the topic of disease in humans as a guide. Its purpose is to help the sick person to find health status, based primarily on what happens within us. Because even if we can find help abroad (psychologists, doctors, gurus, etc.) the only ones who are able to heal us are ourselves. A book dedicated to physical, emotional and spiritual health.

Thursday, 15 August 2019

PALATE, emotional and spiritual meaning:

The palate is the upper wall of the oral cavity. It is divided into two parts, the hard palate or palate in the front and the soft palate in the back. In the center and in the posterior part of the soft palate, uvula hangs.
If we have the palatal mucosa affected, it indicates that we are suffering a conflict of separation from someone or something symbolically to our unconscious, it represents a bite, some food.
Or it may be that although we are in contact with the bite (work, home, man, woman, etc.) we do not fully possess it.
In babies, palate may be affected when they suffer a breast separation from his/her mother, for example, after a premature weaning.
Palate bone is affected when we experience a conflict of impairment that prevents us access to the bite.
"I'm not able to catch the piece”
"I had the bit in my mouth and suddenly it escapes from me”
If your palate is cleft it is because we believe that we are not able to take the bite because it is a bit too big.
If the velum one of the consequences can be snoring is affected. "My word is imprisoned".
If we issue snoring when breathing in, unconsciously, it is as if we wished someone was closer to us: "Come, I need you".
If snoring occurs when breathing out, which unconsciously want is to alienate someone from our environment: "Go away, I do not need you".

Knowing ourselves: What does the body want to tell us with diseases?

Saturday, 3 August 2019


Based on GNM's “Ontogenetic System of Tumors”, the widely propagated theory of metastasis that suggests that cancer cells travel through the blood or lymph vessels and cause cancers at new sites is, in Dr. Hamer's words, “pure academic fiction”. Cells in general and cancer cells in particular can under no circumstances change their histological structure or cross the germ layer threshold. For example, a lung tumor cell, which is of endodermal origin, controlled from the brain stem (“old brain”), and which proliferates during the conflict-active phase cannot transform itself into a bone cell, which is of mesodermal origin, controlled from the cerebrum (“new brain”), and which deteriorates during a conflict-active decalcification process. In the scenario “lung cancer metastasizes into the bones”, the lung cancer cells would actually be creating a hole (i.e., cell meltdown!—the reverse of a cancer) in some bone in the body. We also have to ask ourselves why cancer cells rarely “spread” to the closest neighboring tissue, e.g., from the uterus to the cervix. If cancer cells travel via the bloodstream, why is donated blood not screened for cancer cells? Why are there not multitudinous tumors found in the walls of the blood vessels of cancer patients?

On August 19, 2004, the Canadian newspaper Globe and Mail published an article entitled, “Researchers Chase Breast-Cancer Blood Test”, containing the revealing statements, “The hunt for tumor cells in the bloodstream has taken 10 years… ”, and, “until recently no technology existed to reliably pluck out the odd tumor cell from the millions of red and white blood cells contained in a single vial of human blood.” Besides the fact that the “chase” is far from over (as the article indicates), doesn't this imply that the “metastasis” hypothesis was misinforming the public and was scaring millions of cancer patients to death for over four decades?

Dr. Hamer does not, of course, dispute the fact of second cancers, but these subsequent tumors are not caused by migrating cancer cells that miraculously transform into a different cell type, but rather by new conflict shocks. New conflicts can be initiated by additional traumatic life experiences or through diagnosis shocks. As already mentioned, an unexpected diagnosis of cancer, or being told that it is “metastasizing” can trigger a death-fright (causing lung cancer) or any other type of diagnosis-related shock, causing new cancers in other parts of the body. In many cases, these patients don't make it into the healing phase because the severe state of stress weakens them to a point where they have very little chance of surviving the highly toxic chemotherapy treatment.

The second most frequent cancer after lung cancer is bone cancer. Dr. Hamer found that our bones are biologically linked to our self-esteem and our self-worth. Thus, being told one has a “life-threatening illness”, especially one that allegedly “spreads like wildfire” through the body, is equated with: “now I am useless”, and the bone(s), next to where we feel “useless” start to decalcify (in the case of breast cancer often in the area of the sternum or the ribs). Just as with a fractured bone, the purpose of the biological program (of the “disease”) appears at the end of the healing phase. When the repair phase is completed, the bone will be much stronger at that site, thus assuring that we are better equipped for the eventuality of a new “self-devaluation conflict”.
The New Medical Paradigm
Caroline Markolin, Ph.D.

Knowing ourselves: What does the body want to tell us with diseases?

Wednesday, 24 July 2019

Types of Births in Biological Decoding of Illness

One of the key moments that defines our personality and the kind of life that we’ll have, is the method of childbirth through which we were born.This is a part of what we call The Parental Projection Period. This is the period of time 9 months before conception up to 3 years of age.
We show our first sign of “autonomy” during our delivery. In fact, the babies themselves are the ones who determine the time in which they are born. “How” the delivery is developed and done, will trace our patterns of behaviour throughout our whole life.
The way we are born defines the way we develop our personal, emotional, working life, etc.
Induced Labor And Delivery
When we force a delivery, we are depriving the baby of the opportunity to decide when he or she is ready to be born. Consequently, the people that are born under such circumstances will face difficulties in knowing when is the right time to start new projects and will always find themselves waiting for others to make decisions for them.
Sped up Labor and Delivery
When a woman goes into labor and the doctor decides to speed up the delivery, the babies that are born will have a high level of “urgency” in any situation during their lives. This type of labor creates a feeling of “There’s no need to wait for the right time. All things need to be rushed and done right away”.
Cesarean Section
The baby may experience a sense of discontinuation and might be born with the feeling that he or she has been diverted from their path and natural rhythm. He/she may also feel expelled from an environment where he/she felt safe.
Emergency Cesarean Section
The baby gets confused. He or she doesn’t understand what is happening. The process is interrupted. Something has come up, disabling the baby to complete the process. This could result in people who begin a process and suddenly stop doing it. “Why keep going? Maybe something urgent will happen to distract me from my initial plan”.
Scheduled Cesarean Section
The baby doesn’t feel ready to be born, but a doctor decides to force the child’s entrance into the world by pulling he/she from a safe place because they (the doctors) think that “the baby is ready”. This is a fatal mistake because a person born this way will feel totally powerless, like a loser, and will probably be unable to make decisions or plans. These people also have difficulties to finish tasks or reaching the end of something. They always need external help, like a last minute miracle, to save them. This scheduled c- section can also fear of light and of sharp objects. They also feel guilty of having wounded their own mothers.
Unconscious Birth Mother
When there’s a high dose of anesthesia, the baby is born asleep. This results in the type of people who suddenly begin doing something and start to feel tired and sleepy midway. They also have a tendency to avoid emotions and sufference. They may use drugs and alcohol in order to do so, and fail to fix their own problems. If the mother dies, the child would live a life of guilt, and happiness would be forbidden, since the individual would be “paying for killing his/her mother”.
Premature Birth
Premature birth expresses the need to “be born now”. This need may be motivated by the mother’s own fears, emotional absence, or physical illnesses. When the mother is frightened by something, the baby receives the signal that he/she needs to come out at that moment, or else “it’ll be too late”. People born prematurely often have concerns about punctuality, fear of being late, anxiety, fear of making others wait, etc. They could be fragile, weak and vulnerable (even though they might hide behind a mask of self confidence and strength). They are very self conscious and worry about what others think of them.
Prolonged Labor and Delivery
Faced with a difficulty or a conflict, the mother wants to keep the child because it is not the time or she doesn’t feel ready.  The mother intends to continue pregnancy,carrying the child inside, even if her child is ready. Those who are results of prolonged labor will usually have difficulties to perform actions, find time management to be a challenge, and will often create delays. They also tend to be always late or not be aware of the existence of time.
Precipitous Labor and Delivery
These are the kinds of births in which the baby comes out faster than the mother feels that he/she’s coming. These people are often nervous, hurried, and always rushing. They want everything to be done immediately and always try to speed things up. They are energetic, hyperactive, and good athletes. They feel like they can achieve success quickly and they do everything very fast. They also have many ideas, and taking to extremes, they may suffer from thyroid imbalances and disease like hyperthyroidism.
Slow Labor
The labor starts but the mother takes hours to achieve the proper dilatation for the baby to come out. This results in people who do everything slowly, and are never in a hurry. They may have the idea of “being born slowly has saved my life”. They find themselves to be lazy and may suffer from being overweight or could end up having having thyroid disorders such as hypothyroidism.
Assisted Vaginal Delivery (with the use of forceps of a vacuum)
There is a conflict between the mother and the father. The baby begins the process of labor, the dilatation is good, things get moving, but at a the moment of birth everything gets blocked. Here, we make use of forceps or vacuums to bring the baby out. People who are born this way have challenges in reaching the end of things by themselves because their path of action was determined by their birth. They are always looking for work partners. They need to do things in group because this is how it happened when they were born. When these people act and do important things in their lives, they begin their course of action easily, but at the peak of the process, they get emotionally blocked and feel that “I cannot do this alone”. They dislike being controlled and may feel that other people manipulate and force them to act. They fear pain, avoid physical contact, are emotionally detached, and need outside help. But such help will hurt them. They suffer from different types of headaches such as migraines, neuralgias, tension headaches, etc.
Nuchal Cord (umbilical cord gets wrapped around the baby’s neck)
There could be a transgenerational memory related to saving the couple, choking, and hanging (memories involving the neck). The baby begins labor, the cervix reaches dilation, the baby is placed in the birth canal, and the cord gets wrapped around the baby’s neck, choking the him/her. The brain will register that autonomy is life threatening. The people born this way will have financial difficulties and issues when it comes to making a living because at the moment they were born, they could have died either inside or outside the womb. They could be people that study many subjects, but don’t dare to apply for a job involving any of them. These people prefer to be unemployed and live off of welfare or the support of their parents. They manage themselves well in a crisis because they are used to getting satisfaction with very little and living with only pennies. Social, family, and romantic relationships “drown” them. They may refuse to express themselves, and when they do, they may experience a sensation of asphyxia.
Feet First Baby
A person born under these conditions may be afraid to move forward in life. He/she assumes that “life is a struggle”, and he/she is not able to do things right.They believe in being inappropriate and feel guilty for injuries/pain inflicted upon the mother.
Transverse Baby
The baby “doesn’t want to leave” or “gets lost when looking for the exit”. These are people that face a lot of confusion and opposition. At many times they feel that in order to survive, they should take the wrong direction.
Breech Baby
These people have ideas such as “I have to prove myself” and “I’m going back”. They are afraid to move forward and may suffer delays at school and grade repetition. They also may want to show off sexually and exhibit themselves.
Vacuuming of Amniotic Fluid
It produces great anger. The child perceives it as his/her betrayal of the mother from her lack of cooperation. These people feel easily suffocated and may have suicidal thoughts.
It’s very important to study the consultee’s Parental Projection Period, all the factors involved at birth and also, the study of the family tree because both studies are milestones in resolving the main drama. These stories may be personal, or may belong to someone in the genealogical tree and part of our inheritance.