5 Biological Laws

The five biological laws introduced by German doctor Ryke Geerd Hamer, founder of the controversial German New Medicine, propose a direct connection between the mind, brain, and organs. Hamer argues that diseases are actually natural, significant biological processes triggered by specific stressful events. Here’s a summary of the laws:

  1. The Mind-Brain-Organ Unity: According to this law, the psyche, brain, and organs form an inseparable unit. Consequently, any psychological trauma or conflict (DHS) is reflected simultaneously across these three levels.
  2. The Two Phases of Diseases: Hamer posits that every disease goes through two phases: the active phase, characterized by the body’s response to stress with specific symptoms, and the resolution phase, where the body attempts to repair the damage and return to normalcy once the conflict is resolved.
  3. The Ontogenetic System of Diseases: This view suggests that understanding the origin and evolution of diseases requires consideration of biological evolution and ontogenetic development, classifying diseases based on their embryonic origin (endoderm, mesoderm, ectoderm).
  4. The Ontogenetic Role of Microbes: Hamer saw bacteria, fungi, and viruses as elements playing a significant and specific role in the healing phase, working in symbiosis with the human body to help eliminate damaged cells and repair tissues.
  5. The Quintessence: The fifth law interprets all diseases as phenomena endowed with deep biological meaning, placing them within a natural biological program created to deal with conflicts or extreme stress.