We all know that in this para-biological system, mentioning the word “cancer” is synonymous with “fear of death.”
That’s why we’re going to try to help you overcome your fear by explaining how and why the prostate functions.
In both normality and in an extremely serious situation for the person, experienced in solitude, in a completely unexpected and contrary manner, what we call a “biological emergency program” in New German Medicine will try to resolve the situation you’re experiencing and can’t solve. A situation that is present in your mind day and night, and depending on the affected organ, it will indicate the type of conflict you’re experiencing because each organ in the body is designed to resolve a specific type of situation in your life. It’s important to clarify that both the “real” and the “symbolic” will always be categorized as real for the brain.
Therefore, if I can’t digest a situation, the stomach will apply the same program it would use when it can’t digest a large piece of food in the stomach. It will generate an excess of hydrochloric acid in the stomach to break down the “indigestible morsel” and help you resolve the situation and be happy, as that way you will stop thinking about the problem and can finally sleep and rest. The body always provides a biological solution to your psychic or real conflict. It’s the only solution it has. However, it’s important to consider that the biological solution not only generates physical improvement (as in the case of the stomach, which creates more stomach cells to produce more acid because the available ones weren’t enough, evidently), but it also provides psychological relief and allows you to overcome the same situation more quickly next time because the biological improvement is present. It’s essential to remember that these programs function simultaneously at all three levels: Psyche, Brain, and Organ.
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So, with this practical example in mind, we can move on to talk about the prostate, our topic for today.
Let’s look at some anatomical basics of the prostate to understand who we’re dealing with.
What is the prostate and what function does it serve?
The prostate is a gland located just below a man’s bladder. It is about the size of a walnut and, together with the testicles and seminal vesicles, its function is to produce semen. It is crossed by the urethra, which connects the bladder to the outside through the penis and allows for the passage of urine.
The prostate (from Ancient Greek προστάτης, prostátēs, literally “the one standing before,” “protector,” “guardian”) is a glandular organ in the male reproductive system of the vast majority of mammals, with a chestnut-like shape. It is located in front of the rectum, below and at the outlet of the urinary bladder, although it can be attached to it. This organ functions as a secondary bladder that exerts pressure to expel semen through the urethra to the exterior. It also has the ability to close off the passage of the bladder to prevent it from releasing its contents during intercourse.
The prostate is connected to the testicles by the vas deferens, which ascend to a higher level than the bladder, preventing urine from contaminating the scrotum.
The prostatic gland provides:
- Zinc (Zn, with bactericidal properties)
- Magnesium (Mg, gives a milky appearance to semen)
- Enzymes: Acid phosphatases, Fibrinolysin, Transglutaminase (in rodents, thickens the semen to create a vaginal plug, preventing semen from escaping, as well as copulation by another male)
Just above and on the sides of the prostate gland are the seminal vesicles, which produce most of the seminal fluid. The prostate surrounds the first part of the urethra, the tube through which urine and semen pass to the penis.
Male hormones stimulate the prostate gland from fetal development. The prostate continues to grow until adulthood and maintains its size as long as male hormones are present. If male hormones disappear, the prostate gland cannot develop and will reduce in size, sometimes almost disappearing.
Clearly, we understand that the biological purpose of the prostate is reproduction and offspring. Without it, reproduction would not be possible.
Furthermore, those of us who are trained in Dr. Hamer’s knowledge of biological laws know perfectly well that the prostate is always activated by the same biological conflict: We call a biological conflict a dramatic, unexpected situation, experienced in solitude and pending resolution, where the person thinks about the problem day and night, loses sleep and appetite.
The biological conflict that activates the growth during the active phase of the prostate, since it belongs to the group of organs created by the brainstem (with the function of survival and reproduction), involves cellular growth during the active phase to generate more of something that is lacking to resolve the situation. During the resolution phase, after the conflict has been resolved, there is inflammation and pain, followed by a return to normalcy.
This is a very common program in many organs and is familiar to us. For example, who hasn’t seen growth in the tonsils or the thyroid gland? And who hasn’t had tonsillitis as a child? Today, we easily understand that it was due to inflammation caused by being unable to “swallow” a situation when we were kids, such as going to school or other situations we didn’t want to accept. But obviously, during the active phase of the conflict, the tonsil gland would grow, and once the conflict was resolved, it would inflame, edematize, and then shrink back to normal, aided by the caseification of bacteria created by the brain for this purpose.
Therefore, the biological conflict that generates the growth of the prostate gland in this case is:
A UGLY SEMI-GENITAL CONFLICT THAT INVOLVES DESCENDANTS OR SOMEONE PERCEIVED SIMILARLY TO A CHILD. IT IS VERY LIKELY TO INVOLVE AN UNWANTED SITUATION FOR THE MAN, IN WHICH HE FEELS BETRAYED BY A MEMBER OF THE CLAN AND DOES NOT KNOW HOW TO ESCAPE SUCH A DRAMATIC SITUATION.
The most common example is a man whose daughter does not want to have children, or she is told she cannot, or whose daughter is in a relationship that is unacceptable to the head of the family.
It can also apply to a man whose partner has left him for a younger man.
The biological purpose, that is, the “why,” is the growth of the gland to produce more fluid and richer seminal fluid, thereby increasing the chances of fertilization and, consequently, reproduction.
If the conflict lasts a long time and has a very large conflict mass, the prostate can grow significantly.
If you’re wondering, “What complications can an untreated prostate tumor have?” The answer is generally not much. Prostate cancer is very common in men. Many never have symptoms. Most prostate cancers grow very slowly and do not cause any health problems for the men who have them. Sometimes, with a significant conflict mass, because it is located below the bladder and in front of the rectum, it can cause mechanical problems, but usually only that. Depending on the case, surgery might be considered only if the growth is so significant that it causes mechanical problems (intestinal or urinary tract obstruction). Surgery would be performed to mechanically restore the function of the affected organ, but that’s it. It’s also important to note that prostate surgery or medical castration leads to a loss of libido and erectile dysfunction because the seminal vesicle is removed along with the prostate. This switch in the cerebral cortex is responsible for erections, so if the remote control is gone, this function can no longer occur.
Therefore, if the gland starts to grow, we also know that its biological sense is not being fulfilled, at least according to the lineage norm, where the function is to allow the lineage’s reproduction. So, if the gland is activated, it’s always for reproduction. The question would be, why? Simply put, when there are dramatic situations that involve the offspring, the gland is activated to create another child that fulfills the clan’s functions required by the “seeded male” because evidently, within the clan, the offspring is not fulfilling the desired role.
A recurring question is, “Does complete urinary blockage mean there is inflammation in the prostate? Is it a symptom of the active phase or the healing phase?”
It could be a healing phase if there is pain and inflammation with a long duration of the conflict, or it could be the active phase if it is not accompanied by pain. It’s essential to know that the urethra during the healing phase can produce the same symptom.
So, to summarize this, when there is swelling without pain, it is generally the active phase, and when there is inflammation with pain and discomfort, the prostate is telling us that there is a healing phase.
One must be very careful with vicious cycles where the person keeps falling back into the conflict every few days or weeks. This generates relapses of the active phase with growth and relapses of inflammation while the temporary solution is in place, inducing a healing phase, which will soon return to the active phase when the psychic solution given falls apart because the person starts thinking about the problem again. We call this the “vicious circle of conflict.”
Saw Palmetto tincture (Chamaerops humilis) is a great natural remedy to treat prostate ailments. Its primary application is in the treatment of prostate hypertrophy and urinary retention caused by it. It is also indicated as supportive treatment in cases of inflammation or prostatitis.
Dosage: Saw Palmetto tincture (Serenoa repens). 30 drops in a small glass of water, three times a day, before meals.
To conclude this article, here’s the final thought: Do you know the best way to be diagnosed with prostate cancer?
The only way to diagnose prostate cancer is by undergoing a prostate-specific antigen (PSA) screening test. However, understanding German New Medicine, we know that the PSA test is not a reliable indicator, as it doesn’t actually indicate anything. Yet, men often believe they have been affected by this “cancer” after receiving PSA test results that don’t signify anything real. In reality, it’s not the case. As a result, they end up undergoing conventional treatments, which I prefer not to discuss in this article.
The reality is that, generally, nothing significant happens. Prostate cancer is quite common in men. Many men with prostate cancer never experience symptoms.
Most prostate cancers grow very slowly and don’t pose any health problems for the men who have them.
Occasionally, with a significant conflict mass because it is located beneath the bladder and in front of the rectum, as mentioned earlier, it can lead to mechanical problems, but that’s about it.
Thank you for reading this article.