Why Do We Get Cancer?Posted: October 27, 2012 | |
We all know the official story, that cells in your body can suddenly turn rogue and eat you alive unless you turn to chemo, radiation, or surgery to annihilate these “evil” and “malignant” cells. Cancer is the “enemy,” a “terrorist” even, and the detonation of a slew of medical weaponry is necessary to apprehend and destroy this cunning adversary, because otherwise, it will supposedly kill you without mercy. It’s no coincidence that we literally call this “the war on cancer.” It sounds a lot like war terminology, doesn’t it?
There’s a few things that just don’t add up for me though. Have you ever asked yourself how a brain tumor could possibly “grow” when brain cells don’t divide and multiply like other cells in the body? Have you ever wondered why, if the theory of metastasis is correct (cancer cells spreading to other parts of the body via the bloodstream and lymphatic system), that blood and lymph cancers are not the most common secondary cancers? Have you ever wondered why there’s such a huge industry built up around cancer research funding when, according to the Center for Disease Control, the most common killer in America is actually heart disease?
Another point to consider. Doctor directed treatments are the third leading cause of death in the US, according to Dr. Peter Glidden, but there is virtually no discussion of this in mainstream media. That’s kind of weird, right? If you get a cancer diagnosis and opt for chemo and radiation, and you die, the “official” cause of death is usually always cancer, not the “treatments.” Doctors can pump you full of flesh eating chemicals and flesh burning radiation and if you die they can just say it was the cancer.
There are a lot of unanswered questions, and I’ve done my fair share of research on alternative methods of healing cancer, and they are as varied as it gets, from cannabis to baking soda. However, one has stuck out quite prominently for me, and that is German New Medicine. As far as I know it’s the only alternative cancer treatment method that’s actually had the opportunity to be officially tested and verified (30 times apparently).
The success rate of GNM is unusually high, over 90%. When Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer, the man who developed this method was taken to trial over it, it had to be admitted into the court evidence that over 6,000 of his 6,500 patients with advanced cancer were still alive four to five years later. That’s a pretty impressive track record, and yet, Dr. Hamer has been called a quack by the allopathic medical establishment and experienced intimidation, ostracism, and slander, and has even had eleven attempts made on his life, according to sources who know him. His work has been around for 30 years now, so if he was full of BS, why does his following still continue to grow? There are also lots of testimonials online attesting to the accuracy of his approach. I bet you’d be hard pressed to find the same number of testimonials for chemotherapy. In fact, Google “chemotherapy testimonials” – there are none.
Dr. Hamer has been absolutely vilified in this Wikipedia article, which makes no mention of the effectiveness of his method, and instead tries to capitalize on the evil deeds of Hitler and paint a false and scary picture of a Jew hating Nazi conspiracy theorist doctor who lost his medical license due to “malpractice” and who is responsible for “numerous” deaths in his patients. I guess the authors of this page are expecting you to think “OMG, Hamer’s from Germany? Hitler was from Germany!” I have no idea if Dr. Hamer actually claimed the reason he lost his license to practice medicine was due to a “Jewish conspiracy” – the source is in German – but if he did, he wouldn’t be the first person to point out that there happens to be a lot of Jewish people running industries in the world. GNM has nothing to do with the Nazi’s, and this claim has nothing to do with the effectiveness of his treatment methods. Yes, some of Dr. Hamer’s patients died. Are there no patients dying in the mainstream medical system? It cannot be ignored that over 90% of the people who had advanced stages of cancer were still alive four to five years after Dr. Hamer treated them. Compare this to the “success” rates for chemotherapy that are around 4%, and I think that rate is probably generous. But you can’t sue a doctor if he kills one of your family members with chemo – doctors are immune to malpractice suits in this regard.
I am still quite new to GNM, having only begun to study it last month, but it’s been quite liberating to learn about Dr. Hamer’s take on cancer, given his high rate of success in treating it. He considers “cancer” to be nothing more than a benign biological program running in the body, and one with a very special and significant purpose. Maybe it sounds far-fetched to suggest that lung cancer’s purpose is to help a person breathe better after a death fright, or that ovarian cancer serves to increase estrogen levels to help a woman attract a mate after she’s suffered some kind of profound loss, but that is the pattern that’s been observed and later verified in over 400 cases for each type of cancer. The tumor is there to help, and there is nothing to fear. It’s such a drastic change of viewpoint on cancer from what I’ve been told my whole life, but if I had to choose, I’d trust my life with Hamer any day over the paltry “success” rates of the mainstream medical establishment.
What are your thoughts on all of this? Have you heard of GNM before? Have you explored any other alternative treatments for cancer?
~ “All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered. The point is to discover them.” – Galileo
* Disclaimer: I am not a doctor and this is not medical advice.