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.

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