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Nikola Tesla es pionero de la medicina bioreguladora por sus contribuciones al campo de la electromedicina y la biofísica. Tesla creó más de 700 inventos, muchos de los cuales se están utilizando ahora. Era un científico nacido antes de su tiempo y un prolífico ingeniero eléctrico.

Desafortunadamente, su genio fue explotado, y sufrió muchos asaltos por parte de industriales y otros que intentaron robar o reprimir sus ideas visionarias.

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Primeros años (1856-1885)

Nikola Tesla nació el 10 de julio de 1856 de padres serbios en el pueblo de Smiljan, ubicado en el Imperio austríaco (hoy en día Croacia). Tesla nació alrededor de la medianoche, durante una feroz tormenta eléctrica. Según la leyenda familiar, a mediados de su nacimiento, la partera se retorció las manos y declaró que el rayo era un mal presagio. Este niño será un niño de la oscuridad, dijo, a lo que su madre respondió: "No. Será un hijo de luz ".

Su padre, Milutin Tesla (1819-1879), era un sacerdote ortodoxo serbio. La madre de Tesla, Đuka Tesla (Mandic) (1822-1892), cuyo padre también era sacerdote ortodoxo serbio, tenía talento para fabricar herramientas para el hogar y aparatos mecánicos; También tenía la capacidad de memorizar poemas épicos serbios. Duka nunca recibió una educación formal. Nikola atribuye su memoria eidética y habilidades creativas a la genética e influencia de su madre.

Tesla fue el cuarto de cinco hijos. Tenía un hermano mayor llamado Dane y tres hermanas, Milka, Angelina y Marica. Dane murió en un accidente de equitación cuando Nikola tenía cinco años.

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Dr. Sigrid Hamer

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Dirk Hamer

Germanic New Medicine (GNM)

Dirk Hamer Syndrome (DHS)

After extensive research into thousands of his patient’s histories, Dr. Hamer concluded that most cancers were indeed associated with a previous emotional shock for which the individual was emotionally and mentally unprepared. He perceived that many diseases are a special biological response to an unusual situation, and when the shock situation is resolved, the body self-heals and returns to normal. He called such an unexpected shock event “DHS (Dirk Hamer Syndrome)”, named after his son Dirk. A DHS is not a normal, everyday, psychological stress conflict, but rather an event that triggers deeply embedded survival issues and causes a lasting stress period or “stress phase.” 


Dr. Hamer explains that a DHS differs greatly from a psychological problem in that it is a biological event that not only occurs in the psyche but also simultaneously in the brain affecting a specific organ or gland. By analyzing thousands of brain-computer tomograms (CT scans) of his patient’s histories, Dr. Hamer discovered that the moment a DHS occurs, the shock impacts a specific, predetermined area in the brain, resulting in a “lesion” that is visible on a CT scan as a set of sharp concentric rings. In other words, each DHS leaves a visible mark in the brain, which he called the “Hamershen Herd,” or HH. Dr. Hamer confirmed the presence of this HH in thousands of patients he studied. He observed that HH occurs in the area of the brain that corresponds to the organ or body structure manifesting the disease. Since each area in our brain is connected to a particular organ, the location of the brain lesion determines which organ will be affected. The size of the HH on a brain scan is determined by the intensity of the conflict. In nearly all cases Dr. Hamer investigated, the conflict occurred approximately 2 years before the diagnosis of cancer. From the effect of DHS, the affected brain cells communicate the shock to the corresponding organ, which in turn responds with a pathophysiological alteration.


Dr. Hamer started including psychotherapy as an important part of the healing process and found that when the specific conflict was resolved, the aberrant cells stopped growing and the circular area or target rings in the brain started to disappear. Brain scans would change to show healing edema around the damaged area of brain tissue. Healing would establish normal communication between the brain and body. Similar healing edema could also be seen around the now inactive cancer tissue. Eventually, the cancerous cells would become encapsulated and detoxified by the body. Diseased tissue would disappear, and normal tissue would then again appear. In short, Dr. Hamer noticed that conflicts and cancer were very closely linked, and the conflict creates an observable pattern on brain scans.

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All this research led Dr. Hamer to develop Germanic New Medicine (GNM), which is composed of “five biological laws":

  • 1st law ("Iron Rule"): Severe diseases originate from a shock event that is experienced by the individual as very difficult, highly acute, dramatic, and isolating. The shock’s psychological conflict content determines the location of the appearance of a focus of activity in the brain that can be seen in a CT scan as a set of concentric rings, called "Hamer foci", which correspond to the location of the disease in the body. The subsequent development of the conflict determines the development of both the brain focus and the disease.

  • 2nd law (Two phased nature of disease): A patient who has not solved their conflict is in the first, active conflict phase, where the sympathetic nervous system predominates and which manifests as a "cold disease" accompanied by cold skin and extremities, stress, weight loss, and sleep disorders. If they manage to resolve the conflict, they enter a second, post-resolution healing phase, in which the parasympathetic nervous system predominates, commonly diagnosed as a separate "warm" (rheumatic, infectious, allergic, etc.) disease. This second phase is the one that usually entails more risks, and a complete cure only comes upon its completion. In some circumstances, not solving the conflict but downgrading it to a reasonably livable level may be preferable to facing the second phase.

  • 3rd law (Ontogenetic system of diseases): Hamer proposes that disease progression is primarily controlled by the brain, either by the "old brain" (brainstem and cerebellum) or the "new brain" (cerebrum). The old brain controls more primitive processes, having to do with basic survival, such as breathing, eating, and reproduction, whereas the new brain manages more advanced personal and social issues, such as territorial conflicts, separation conflicts, and self-devaluation and identity conflicts. Hamer's research is tied to the science of embryology because he links the type of disease progression—whether involving tissue augmentation (tumor growth), tissue loss (necrosis or ulceration), or functional impairment—with the embryonic germ layer (endoderm, mesoderm, or ectoderm) from which both the organ tissues and the corresponding brain regions originate. Conflicts which have their focus either in the brain stem (which controls body tissues that derive from the endoderm) or the cerebellum (which controls tissues that derive from the mesoderm) show cell multiplication in the conflict-active phase and destruction of the resulting tumors in the healing phase. Cerebrum-directed conflicts (affecting the rest of mesoderm-derived tissues and all ectoderm-derived ones) show either cell decrease (necroses, ulcers) or function impairment or interruption in the active phase, and the replenishment of the damaged tissues in the healing phase (which can also be diagnosed as a tumor).

  • 4th law (Ontogenetic system of microbes): Microbes do not cause diseases but are used by the body, coordinated by the brain, to optimize the healing phase, provided that the required microbes are available when needed. Fungi and mycobacteria work on tissues that originated in the endoderm, as well as on some of the tissues originating in the mesoderm. Bacteria work on all mesoderm-derived tissues and viruses on ectoderm-derived ones. Hamer maintains that these microbes, rather than being antagonistic to the body, perform a necessary role in healing, and that some of the interventions of conventional medicine are counterproductive, by interfering with these natural processes.

  • 5th law ("Quintessence"): The conflict-active phase and the healing phase of diseases, as described above, constitute "special meaningful programs of nature," developed during the evolution of the species, to allow organisms to override everyday functioning to deal with emergencies.

Thus, according to Dr. Hamer disease processes through three levels:

1. Psyche - the DHS registers in the mind

2. Brain - the HH appears in the brain

3. Organ-organic disease manifests in the organ


In summary, Dr. Hamer showed that when we suffer from an unresolved conflict, the emotional reflex center in the brain that corresponds to the experienced emotion (e.g., anger, frustration, or grief) will physiologically change and become dysfunctional. Each of these emotion centers is connected to a specific organ. When an emotion center becomes dysfunctional, it will relay wrong information to the organ it controls, resulting in the formation of aberrant cells.

Phases of Illness

Dr. Hamer proposed that diseases develop in two distinctive phases: 

1. Conflict Active Phase (called “CA” or “Cold Phase”)

2. Resolution/Repair Phase/Rest Phase (called “PCL - post-conflictolytic” or “Hot Phase”)

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The above brain CT shows a target configuration (Hamer Focus) in the right hemisphere of the post-sensory cortex of the cerebrum. The exact location indicates that the patient suffers from hypersensitivity (pins and needles) in the left leg because of a “separation conflict”. Since the rings are sharp, we can conclude that the conflict has not yet been resolved. But why is the left leg affected rather than the right? Since the brain plays such an integral part in German New Medicine, a person's handedness always must be considered.

In Dr. Hamer’s German New Medicine, CA and PCL are viewed as two phases of the same disease. In the CA phase, the person may have insomnia, loss of appetite, excessive worry, or compulsive thinking focused on solving a conflict. First, the sympathetic nervous system is dominant over the parasympathetic nervous system, but if the conflict is not resolved, it will eventually deplete the sympathetic nervous system as well. This conflict creates a “fight-or-flight” response. Many anthropologists believe that through evolution, we developed a fight-or-flight stress response to resolve conflicts. But under modern conditions, many individuals do not have the therapeutic opportunity to resolve conflicts emotionally and mentally. Hence, this stress response may become stuck in the “on” position. When a conflict is not resolved, the CA phase continues chronically, draining the person’s deep energetic resources. 


Because appetite and digestion are weak during the CA phase, the person suffers poor nutritional status and impairment of detoxification organs, such as the liver and kidneys. Over time, this physically causes impaired cellular function, disrupts the enzyme system, and prevents homeostasis. The body endeavors to preserve the best level of life for as long as possible, though it can no longer prevent cell damage and organic disorders. According to Dr. Hamer, remaining in an intense conflict-active state over a long period can be fatal. 


When the conflict is resolved, the PCL phase begins. At the mental and emotional level, conflict resolution comes with a feeling of great relief. The person is no longer mentally and emotionally attached to the conflict. The healing phase is also called the “warm” phase, because, during this phase, the autonomic nervous system expresses vagotonia, meaning that the equilibrium between the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system is biased towards the parasympathetic. Blood vessels dilate, improving circulation and warming extremities. In the recovery phase, a fever may manifest as the immune system recovers.


In Reckeweg Homotoxicology, this PLC phase would be viewed as a “regressive vicariation,” or a healing process. According to Dr. Hamer, during the healing phase at a cerebral level, parallel to the psyche and the organ, the brain lesion also starts to heal. On a brain scan, the sharp target rings are surrounded by temporary brain edema and appear in the resolution phase as blurry, indistinct, and dark.


Conflict resolution is essential to this healing phase. According to Dr. Hamer, 

“If we are not able to resolve the conflict or if a feasible resolution cannot be attained, e.g., we can't leave our workplace or an unhappy relationship, we have the chance to consciously downgrade the conflict either intellectually, psychologically, or spiritually. By downgrading the conflict, we decrease the conflict intensity and consequently the symptoms both on the cerebral and the organ level.” 


When the conflict is resolved, the patient is no longer mentally occupied with conflict details. Mental stress is less physical, the appetite returns, hands may become warm again, and sleep returns to normal. However, there still may linger weakness or fatigue and a need to rest more. These effects show that the parasympathetic nervous system is becoming more active and is at the beginning of the healing phase.


After identifying the brain as the mediator between the psyche and the organ, Dr. Hamer found that the target configuration only remained sharp as long as the person was in conflict activity. Once the conflict is resolved, the brain lesion enters – along with the psyche and the organ - the phase of recovery. Like with any wound that is repaired, edema develops that protects the brain tissue during the healing process. On the brain scan, we can see the changes: the sharp target rings that submerge in the edema now appear blurry, indistinct, and dark. These observations confirmed Dr. Hamer's findings that every disease runs in two phases: first, a conflict-active phase, characterized by emotional stress, cold extremities, a lack of appetite, and sleeplessness, and then, provided we manage to resolve the conflict, a healing phase. The healing phase, commonly referred to as “disease”, is often a difficult process with fatigue, fever, inflammations, infections, and pain.


At the height of the healing phase, the brain edema reaches its maximum size, and exactly at this moment, the brain triggers a brief, strong push that presses the edema out. In German New Medicine, this crucial moment is called the “epileptoid crisis (EC)”. Heart attacks, strokes, asthma attacks, bleeding tumors, migraine attacks, and epileptic seizures are a few examples of this crisis. The symptoms always depend on the nature of the conflict and which brain layer is affected. After the brain edema is pressed out, neuroglia (brain connective tissue that provides structural support for the neurons) assembles at the site to restore the function of the nerve cells that were affected by the conflict shock. According to GNM, this is a glia accumulation that is commonly viewed in conventional oncology as a brain tumor, even though it is a healing brain lesion. 

Los años intermedios (1886-1899)

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Durante su segundo año en el Politécnico de Austria, en una conferencia sobre ingeniería eléctrica impartida por el profesor Poeschl, Tesla fue testigo de una demostración de una dinamo que funcionaba como motor. Fue entonces cuando Tesla, por primera vez, tuvo una idea de un motor de corriente alterna, sin conmutadores ni escobillas. Tesla entró en conflicto con el profesor Poeschl por la dínamo Gramme, cuando sugirió que los conmutadores no eran necesarios. Gramme dynamo es un generador eléctrico que produce corriente continua, llamado así por su inventor belga, Zénobe Gramme, y fue construido como dinamo o magneto. Fue el primer generador en producir energía a escala comercial para la industria. Un conmutador es un interruptor eléctrico giratorio en ciertos tipos de motores eléctricos y generadores eléctricos que periódicamente invierte la dirección de la corriente entre el rotor y el circuito externo.

Ese mismo año, Tesla desarrolló una habilidad apasionada para el billar, el ajedrez y el juego de cartas, a veces pasando más de 48 horas seguidas en una mesa de juego. Se informó que durante su tercer año, jugó su asignación y el dinero de la matrícula, pero luego recuperó sus pérdidas iniciales y devolvió el saldo financiero a su familia. Luego anunció que había "conquistado su pasión por el juego". Sin embargo, cuando llegó el momento del examen, Tesla no estaba preparado y solicitó una extensión para estudiar, pero fue denegado. Nunca se graduó de la Politécnica de Austria en Graz.

En diciembre de 1878, a la edad de 22 años, Tesla dejó Graz y cortó todas las relaciones con su familia para ocultar el hecho de que había abandonado la escuela. Tesla viajó a Maribor (ahora en Eslovenia), donde trabajó como dibujante durante 60 florines al mes. Pasaba gran parte de su tiempo libre jugando a las cartas con los lugareños en las calles. En marzo de 1879, el padre de Tesla, Milutin, viajó a Maribor para pedirle a su hijo que volviera a casa, pero Nikola se negó. Nikola sufrió una crisis nerviosa al mismo tiempo.

En marzo de 1879, Tesla fue devuelto a Gospić bajo vigilancia policial por no tener un permiso de residencia. El 17 de abril de 1879, Milutin Tesla murió a la edad de 60 años después de contraer una enfermedad no especificada. Ese año, Tesla enseñó a una gran clase de estudiantes en su antigua escuela secundaria, Higher Real Gymnasium, en Gospić.


The standard metastasis theory suggests that cancer cells of a primary tumor travel via the bloodstream or the lymph system to other parts of the body where they cause cancerous growth at a new site (theoretically, this assumption would imply a potential risk of contracting cancer through a blood transfusion). German New Medicine does not dispute the fact of secondary and third cancers. However, according to the Five Biological Laws, second and third cancers are not the result of migrating cancer cells, but of a second or third DHS, often triggered by a diagnosis or prognosis shock that puts the individual into total panic, causing a new conflict or even several new conflicts leading to additional cancers. For example, a cancer diagnosis shock can trigger a death fright conflict leading to the development of lung cancer.

Every person always has millions of cancer cells in their body throughout their life. This is not an indication that there is something pathologically wrong; instead, the presence of cancer cells is a normal biological process. These millions of cancer cells remain undetectable through standard tests. However, they appear as tumors once cancer cells have multiplied to several billion. When doctors announce to their cancer patients that the treatments they prescribed had successfully eliminated all cancer cells, they merely refer to tests that are able to identify the detectable size of cancer tumors. Standard cancer treatments, such as cytotoxic chemotherapy or radiation, may lower the number of cancer cells to an undetectable level, but this certainly cannot eradicate all cancer cells. If the underlying causes of tumor growth are not addressed, cancer may redevelop at any time, in any part of the body, and may progress and metastasize at any speed.

According to GNM, curing cancer has little to do with getting rid of a group of detectable cancer cells. It is more important to address the circumstances that promoted tumor development (the causes). A few examples of how to do this include reprocessing psycho emotional traumas and conflict, cleansing the body of accumulated toxins and waste, reestablishing a normal physiological pH, and supporting the immune system. In this perspective, toxins are the antecedent of the cancer terrain, and the trauma with associated conflict is the trigger for tumor development. GNM regards tumor formation as a regulatory mechanism, much like cyst formation. It is the final and desperate survival mechanism that the body has at its disposal. According to Dr. Hamer, tumors form when all other regulatory measures of self-preservation have failed. The body has no other choice than to respond to such profound stress factors with predictable biological survival or coping mechanisms that may involve temporary abnormal cell growth.

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Ryke Geerd Hamer, MD

Expelled From the Clinic

In October 1981, Dr. Hamer submitted his research to the University of Tuebingen as a post-doctoral thesis. The objective was to have his findings tested on equivalent cases so that the GNM could be taught to all medical students and that patients could benefit from the discoveries. But to his dismay, the University committee rejected his work and refused to evaluate his thesis. Even worse, shortly after he had handed in his thesis, Dr. Hamer was given the ultimatum to either deny his findings or his contract would not be renewed. It was extremely difficult for him to understand why he was being expelled from the clinic for presenting well-substantiated scientific findings. Dr. Hamer stood his ground. After his dismissal, he retreated to his private practice where he continued his research. Several attempts to open a private clinic failed because of concerted efforts by the conventional medical establishment opposing it. Letters of Dr. Hamer's patients to health officials remained unanswered or were returned with the comment: “Not applicable!”. To this day, the firm position of the authorities has not changed. In 1994, Dr. Hamer expanded his system to the 5 biological laws that cover all diseases in the entire field of medicine, based on research of 20,000 cases.

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Título 1

In 1985, after 29 years of marriage and the raising of four children, Sigrid Hamer died.

Partly due to sorrow over the death of her son and demoralized by the ceaseless intimidation inflicted by the powerful Savoy family.


Dr. Hamer suffered numerous legal battles during his life and even served prison times twice, for at least 3 years. The medical establishment became relentless in its condemnation of Dr. Hamer’s work. The harassment of Dr. Hamer culminated in 1989 when a court sentence stopped him from practicing medicine. Despite the fact that his scientific work had never been disproved, he lost his medical license on the grounds that he refused to renounce his findings on the origin of cancer and to conform to the principles of official medicine. On January 22, 1992, he was sentenced in Cologne to 6 months suspended, for treating patients without a license. Dr. Hamer appealed and on February 12, 1993, the sentence was reduced to 4 months. On July 27, 1993, Dr. Hamer was sentenced to 6 months suspended for “defamation” in Austria. In 1997, Dr. Hamer was arrested in Cologne and, on September 9, 1997, was sentenced to 19 months by the district court of Cologne. He served 12 months in jail in Cologne again for treating a cancer patient without a license.


Even worse, in 2001, Dr. Hamer was sentenced to three years in prison in France on the charges of “fraud and complicity in the illegal practice of medicine”. He had been charged and found responsible for the deaths of French citizens due to the availability of his publications in French. An international arrest warrant was issued, and Dr. Hamer was arrested in Spain in September 2004 and extradited to France. He served his time in the French prison Fleury-Mérogis in France and was released from his unjustified incarceration in February 2006. He returned to Spain.

Tragedy and Legal Troubles

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Later Life

In March 2007, Dr. Hamer was forced to leave his Spanish exile. He went to Norway, where he was safe to continue his life’s work. He resided in Sandefjord, a coastal city on the western shore of the Oslo Fjord.


On July 3rd, 2017, Dr. Hamer died of a stroke he experienced 3 months earlier, in his home in Sandefjord at the age of 82. The stroke which left him without the ability to speak and partially paralyzed. Some report this was the result of the “final” decision by the German medical authorities to disallow reinstatement of his license to practice medicine after a long 30-year battle.  He is buried in Erlangen, Germany, where he married his beloved wife, Sigrid. 

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En resumen, el profesor Enderlein afirmó que siempre hay microorganismos tanto en el plasma sanguíneo como en las diferentes células sanguíneas y que estos microorganismos se pueden dividir en varios tipos diferentes, que identificó meticulosamente.  También creía que estos microorganismos siempre existirían como una parte esencial del proceso de vida.  No solo pueden dividirse, sino que también pueden desarrollarse a través de etapas especiales de desarrollo, cada una con propiedades modificadas. Así, Enderlein fue uno de los primeros defensores de la teoría pleomórfica dentro de la microbiología.  Según Enderlein, estos microorganismos pasan las primeras etapas de desarrollo en una relación mutuamente beneficiosa con las células de los tejidos en la "ecología somática": esta es la llamada etapa de simbiosis.  A medida que el terreno biológico se vuelve más ácido y tóxico, estos organismos pueden atacar las células de varios tejidos, y esto se conoce como la llamada etapa de disbiosis.  

La opinión de Enderlein sobre la importancia especial de los dos hongos Mucor racemosus y Aspergillus niger aún no ha sido suficientemente confirmada por la investigación microbiológica actual. Sin embargo, los investigadores han llegado a conclusiones similares a las de Enderlein, basándose en su propia investigación. Windstosser y otros llevaron a cabo un extenso estudio de los numerosos estudios sobre "simbiontes" polimórficos, particularmente en países de habla alemana.

Windstosser, KK: Polymorphe Symbionten in Blut und Körpergewebe als potentielle Kofaktoren des Krebsgeschehens (Simbiontes polimórficos en sangre y tejidos corporales como cofactores potenciales en la carcinogénesis) Semmelweis, 1995.

Richard McLaughlin "Microorganismos pleomórficos de origen natural en la sangre humana" publicado en "Microbios pleomórficos en la salud y la enfermedad", Holger NIS, Inc., 1999.

En los países de habla inglesa también se han llevado a cabo investigaciones intensivas sobre la patogenicidad de formas polimórficas de microbios durante los últimos 40 años. Probablemente debido a la barrera del idioma, los resultados de investigaciones anteriores pasaron desapercibidos. Solo en los últimos tiempos los grupos de investigación canadienses han hecho un esfuerzo por poner en común este conocimiento.

(Primer Simposio Internacional sobre Microbios Pleomórficos en la Salud y la Enfermedad, 18 y 19 de junio de 1999, Montreal, Canadá).

Él  existente  investigaciones  sobre  se estudiaron las propiedades y patogenicidad de las denominadas “Formas Deficientes de la Pared Celular” (CWD).  recientemente resumido por Lida H. Mattman, Profesora Emérita de Microbiología en la Universidad Estatal de Wayne, Detroit, Michigan.

Mattman, LH: Cell Wall Deficient Forms - Stealth Pathogens, 2ª edición, CRC Press, 1993.



       References and Notes

  • Dr. Hamer’s web address is Much of the information for this biography has been referenced from this site. 

  • In 2010, Dr. Hamer established the University of Sandefjord - for the Germanic New Medicine®; Natural Art and Lifestyle. This information may be accessed from his website:

  • Hamer RG. [Kreft – Gåten som ikke fines]. EFuengirola, Spain: Amici di Kirk Verlagsgesellschaft für medizinische Schr, 2001. [Norwegian]

  • Hamer RG. [Celler Dokumentation. Eine Dokumentation von acht vorwiegend urologischen und nephrologischen Krankengeschichten]. Spain: Amici di Kirk Verlagsgesellschaft für medizinische Schr, 1994. [German]

  • Hamer RG. [Kanker en op kanker lijkende ziekten. Psyche - hersenen – orgaan]. Spain: Amici di Kirk Verlagsgesellschaft für medizinische Schr, 1994. [Dutch] 

  • Hamer RG. (2000) Summary of the New Medicine. Spain: Amici di Kirk Verlagsgesellschaft für medizinische Schr, 2000.


  • Ilsedora Laker’s website -


  • Caroline Markolin’s website -

  • GNM online seminars -

  • Note: Although Wikipedia claims to be credible because anyone can edit it, in fact, the website represents the viewpoints of its most strident and persistent editors. It is also heavily influenced by paid public relations professionals who do not disclose their conflicts of interest. In short, Wikipedia is a useful reference for many topics but is not a reliable source for academic research. 



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