A day in the life (GNM blog)

The Dream

August 30th, 2017

When Dr. Hamer developed testicular cancer so close to the death of his son, it seemed plausible to him that this event in his life had something to do with the onset of his cancer.

After many discussions with his wife, who was also a physician, he concluded that it could only have been that particular event that was responsible for his testicular cancer. He decided that as soon as the opportunity presented itself, he would investigate this possibility further with other cancer patients.

The prince’s vendetta against Dr. Hamer and his family made life in Rome very difficult for them. It seemed that the prince used his influence everywhere. Finally, in 1981 Dr. Hamer was offered the position of chief internist at a cancer clinic affiliated with the University of Munich in Germany. When he accepted the position he already intended to ask the patients in his care if they remembered having a shock in their lives preceding the onset of their cancer. He mentioned to me once during a discussion, “I’m sure the Italians were happy to see the back of me!”.

In Munich after examining 170 patients in his care, it became increasingly evident that he was on the right track, however he also admits that he “had help from elsewhere”, but it was not from what we would call a traditional source.

When Dr. Hamer came to the realization that his theory was correct, he said “I felt weak in the knees and had to sit down”. It was at that moment that he had discovered the “Iron Rule of Cancer”.

That very night he had a dream where his son Dirk came to him smiling and said “What you found Geerd is absolutely correct, and I can confirm this because now I know more than you. It was clever the way you figured it out. As a result, there will be a revolution in modern medicine. You may, with my permission make this public, however you have to research further. You haven’t found everything as yet. There are two more important things that you must discover.”

When Dr. Hamer understood the importance of what he had found, he contacted a journalist who had interviewed him for the Italian TV network RAI when he invented his famous “Hamer scalpel”. He told him about his discovery of “Dirk Hamer Syndrome” hoping to get another interview.

Not long after that, Dr. Hamer realized that his enemies had been alerted because the head of the clinic paid him a visit and accused him of “fabricating this system just so that he could hold the prince accountable for the onset of his cancer”. His superior also admitted to having conversations with the president of the “Cancer Help” organization and a medical professor who both suggested that Dr. Hamer be dismissed from his post. Furthermore, Dr. Hamer was banned from the cafeteria to prevent him from discussions with his colleagues “in case they agreed that his discovery was sound”.

Realizing that his contract would soon be terminated, Dr. Hamer worked furiously to piece the puzzle together. During this time he found the conflict origin of breast cancer, fallopian tube cancer and also cervical cancer, and here he realized that specific conflicts always developed into the same kind of cancer. Again he became weak in the knees because it was so logical. It stood all of medicine on its head.

That night Dirk came to him in his dream and said “Geerd, you really surprised me at how quickly you figured it out! But, there’s one more piece of the puzzle, then you will have it. You can’t give up now you have to keep looking. I’m sure you will find it.”

Dr. Hamer continued at a feverish pace. He needed to know what Dirk meant. As he forged on he came to the realization that every disease ran its course the same way. He evaluated not just his new cases but also re-evaluated his old cases with this new set of criteria. He came to realize what “sleeping or dormant carcinomas” were all about. His colleagues thought he was out of his mind when he told them of his revelation.

Time was of the essence, Dr. Hamer’s position had been terminated and he worked furiously day and night to put all the pieces together. On his last weekend there, he came to the conclusion that when a patient survived their cancer, their associated conflict had been resolved. The patients who were unable to resolve their conflict died either because their cancer continued to grow or had progressed to another location.

It was quite evident to him at that time that his colleagues could not embrace this discovery because it changed everything. It was easier to call him insane than to try to look at the logic of what he found.

That night, when he realized how conflict controlled cancers Dirk paid him another visit. This time he said “I never thought it was possible that you could find this out so quickly. Yes it is correct. Now you have it figured out.”

This was when Dr. Hamer realized that he had discovered the second biological law, the “Law of the Two Phased Development of all Diseases”. Without knowledge of this law, we cannot understand the disease process.

When he had confirmation from Dirk, all possible doubts were erased from his mind and he found the courage to go public with his discovery. Needless to say there were many more challenges to come.

What Dr. Hamer discovered over the next 35 years is vast, mind boggling to most, and threatening to his enemies because they could lose credibility in their professional lives.

It was much easier to call Dr. Hamer insane, unstable, and some called him a murderer. When in fact, had traditional medicine embraced his discovery millions of lives could have been saved if only the patient understood the five biological laws.

When Dr. Hamer was arrested and prosecuted in Germany for “practicing medicine without a license”, the authorities seized his files going back 10 years. They were looking for a way to disprove his discovery. Instead when they investigated, they found that after 10 years, almost 90% of his cases, 6000 out of 6500, were still living. Half of those patients had traditional treatment. That in itself is astounding because in 1997, surviving a cancer diagnosis with only traditional treatment for 10 years was practically unheard of.

The judge refused to allow that information into evidence to support Dr. Hamer’s defense at the proceedings against him. He also refused to allow 8000 testimonies from patients participating in Dr. Hamer’s research.

None of that information was made public. It took the high court of Europe in The Hague to see that Dr. Hamer was unjustly charged, prosecuted and imprisoned and thankfully released him after serving a difficult 18 months which included solitary confinement.

Dr. Hamer, from the moment of Dirks shooting faced an extraordinary amount of challenges both professionally and personally. Although his research is empirical and not based on theory it was constantly rejected by his Alma Mater the University of Tuebingen even though it was never FORMALLY verified. Instead they chose to verify it behind closed doors and decided keep it from the general public.

Of course, this decision came from “higher up” and they had to comply.

Crime and Punishment – part II

August 15th, 2017

In March of 1979, just months after Dirk’s death, Dr. Hamer had surgery for testicular cancer and subsequently also developed a severe peritoneal infection with purulent ascites. He was gravely ill and his chance of recovery was very slim. He had been given a 1% chance of surviving his cancer.

While he was still in hospital and seriously ill, Dr. Hamer was visited by someone who represented the crown prince and was warned that if he continued to try to hold the prince responsible for the death of his son he would suffer severe repercussions.

He and his family were threatened with expulsion from Rome where he had a thriving medical practice with his wife. His visitor said that if he persisted, they would ruin his reputation, destroy him financially and if he remained “stubborn” in holding the prince accountable, that he would likely die in a traffic accident.

Everything he was threatened with came to pass including 12 attempts on his life, several of which involved poisoning. When Dr. Hamer and I spoke about these events he said “Ilsedora, I don’t know why I am still alive!”

Not long after Dr. Hamer recovered from his cancer, he realized that he was being followed everywhere he went. As it turned out, Interpol was following him under orders from “higher up” as the result of allegations coming from the prince.

One day when Dr. Hamer’s landlord came to him and said the police were enquiring about him he decided to go to the police station and ask why they were looking for him. He finally spoke with a police officer who, when Dr. Hamer confronted him as to why they were harassing him, admitted that it was because the prince was “offended”!

Everywhere he went, he was addressed by name, by either the police or Interpol, and then questioned as to where he was going, where he would be staying and where he had just been. This harassment from Interpol continued for 8 years.

Dr. Hamer was blocked everywhere he turned. He owned several medical patents on surgical instruments that he invented which were generating an income for the family to the point where he and his wife decided to open a free clinic in Rome. They both saw the need for good medical care for people that were unable to afford it. The licensing for all of his patents was blocked from all directions.

This block also spilled over to the review of his thesis at the University of Tuebingen where the legal representative for the prince, who also became a legal representative for the university, informed Dr. Hamer that his thesis would never be reviewed.

Then there was the revoking of Dr. Hamer’s license to practice medicine, even though there had never been any allegations of malpractice or medical misconduct. All doors to his discovery were closed, and now with the loss of his license, it was used against him.

Everything Dr. Hamer was threatened with came to pass.

However, there seems to be some justice in the world, because the prince and his son were arrested in 2011 and charged with racketeering, money laundering and prostitution. This exposed the prince for the kind of man he really was and while in jail, he was videotaped bragging to his cell mates that he was responsible for the death of German teenager more than 30 years earlier and that he got away with it.

This was big news in Europe and it was suggested to Dr. Hamer that he now had the evidence to sue the prince for the wrongful death of his son. However Dr. Hamer declared that he did not want “blood money” from the prince even though he finally admitted guilt.

Initially the proceedings against the crown prince took place over a period of 13 years. He was found guilty but immediately appealed the decision. The second trial also found him to be guilty and he appealed yet again, but by the third trial, all the necessary evidence to convict him had conveniently disappeared!

For 33 years, the prince maintained his innocence and claimed that he did not fire the bullet that mortally wounded Dirk Hamer. Little did he know he was being videotaped when he finally ended up in jail in 2011.

More recently, when Dr. Hamer died, within a couple of weeks of his passing, the prince tried to have the accusations against him removed from the public record including the internet. Thankfully his request was refused because of his admission of guilt that was caught on tape.

It seems the person responsible for the death of Dirk never actually paid for the crime, however Dr. Hamer paid dearly and was punished because he wanted the prince to be held accountable.

I can only imagine what would have happened in medicine if the University of Tuebingen would have admitted to verifying his work behind closed doors....but then that is a topic for another blog.