Why Does Breast Cancer Occur?

We are going to continue with another very important topic, one of the “Trending Topics” in medical diagnosis: the famous “Breast Cancer.”

During the development of this article, we will explain “why” and “for what purpose” it appears, what its biological function and meaning are, so that we can finally lose our fear of breast cancer and stop hurting our grandmothers, mothers, friends, sisters, and partners.

To begin, we need to understand what the breast is and what its purpose is.


To understand “how” and “why” breast cancer develops, it is necessary to first understand the anatomy of the breast. A breast is composed of mammary glands, which in turn have lobes and lobules where milk is produced. The lobes and lobules are connected by a series of tubes called galactophorous ducts that carry milk to the nipple. It also contains blood vessels that provide blood to the gland and lymphatic vessels, which collect lymph.

The lymphatic vessels converge in small rounded formations called lymph nodes. The lymph nodes closest to the breast are located in the armpit and on both sides of the sternum (the bone in the front of the chest).

The gland is surrounded by fatty tissue that provides consistency and volume to the breast. From birth to adulthood, the breasts undergo more changes than any other organ. Under the influence of female hormones (estrogens and progesterone), the breasts grow during puberty and are influenced by menstrual cycles during reproductive age. During menopause, hormone levels decrease, and much of the breast tissue atrophies and is replaced by fat.

Now that we understand what the breast is, how it is formed, and how it functions, let’s return to the topic of the article.

Clearly, the function of the breast has a single biological purpose: “NUTRITION.”

This is obvious, as all the organs and tissues found within the breast are part of a perfect organ designed to produce milk, carry it through the ducts, stimulate the movement of milk through the ducts via the lymphatic system, and ultimately expel the milk through the nipple.

Milk is produced by the mammary glands. A woman with large breasts not only has more fatty tissue in the breast but also has larger mammary glands. Typically, women with prominent breasts are characterized as being very nurturing, often referred to as the “great mother.” This can be explained more easily later on. But this nickname refers to a woman who cares for her friends and family, ensuring that they are “nourished” and lacking nothing.

The woman has an organ specifically designed for nourishing and protecting. When her children are weak and hungry, she will provide them with nutrient-rich milk during breastfeeding to nourish and, therefore, protect them.

It’s logical that if a mother needs to protect her child, during breastfeeding, she will produce more milk to “nourish” and thus “protect” her child.

No one could refute this statement because it is a real and irrefutable fact observable in nature.

However, when a woman needs to nourish or protect a child or loved one, even if she is not breastfeeding, her organ will always continue to fulfill its function for which it was created, even if she doesn’t have a baby in her arms.

Denying this assertion would be like claiming that a woman decides when to have her menstrual cycle or not at will, without engaging in sexual activity. In other words, these are biological programs that operate in completely automated organs.

The question is, if a woman wants to protect her child or a loved one, how will she do it?

Thanks to the studies of Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer and his discoveries of the laws of biology, we can now know with certainty how the breast will react as a whole to a biological conflict with the connotation of “wanting to nourish or protect” a family member or a member of her territory.

Biological program

Let’s redefine biological conflict to move forward:

A biological conflict is an extremely dramatic situation experienced in an unexpected or contrary manner, and also experienced in solitude, where the person cannot share their conflict or it is not shared with them.

Depending on the color of the conflict, meaning the type of conflict being experienced, it will affect a specific area of the brain that controls a specific organ designed to resolve the specific situation we are experiencing, but in a biological way. For example: If I cannot digest a piece of food, my body will activate a program at the level of the brainstem, which will stimulate the production of hydrochloric acid in the stomach to break it down. Now, it’s important to understand that the brain does not distinguish between something real and something symbolic; for the brain, everything is real. So, if I haven’t eaten anything, but my coworker or someone I care about does something to me that I can’t digest, my brain will interpret that the indigestible situation is in the stomach, that I’ve already swallowed it, and it’s time to digest it. Therefore, acidity will increase, and I will start experiencing stomach discomfort with high acidity. This situation will persist until I manage to “digest” the situation, forgive, or let go of the anger I have about what was done to me. At that moment, the body will stop producing acidity because the excess acidity no longer has biological significance. This is how our entire body functions. This is why when someone says something we don’t like, and then we eat something, it upsets our stomach due to the excess acidity caused by the “indigestible” situation.

So, let’s go back to “the breast”; let’s assume that a woman experiences a “biological conflict” related to her child.

Example: The mother is at work, and she receives a message that her child has been in a car accident and is seriously injured.

We know that this dramatic situation is what we call a “biological conflict” that will greatly affect the woman. From the moment she receives the news or experiences the dramatic shock, she won’t be able to sleep, will have insomnia, lose her appetite, lose weight, and day and night, she will think about her problem.

In the case of experiencing a biological conflict where someone she wants to nourish and protect is involved, which can be her child or someone she wants to protect who doesn’t necessarily have to be a family member, we can easily understand that the organ designed in her body to fulfill the function of protection or nourishment is the “breast.” Therefore, it will be the organ responsible for helping her overcome the extremely dramatic situation with a solution entirely biological developed by the cerebellum, brainstem, and cerebral cortex.

Since they are involved in the milk production process, the mammary glands, which originate from the old mesodermal germ layer or cerebellum, then the galactophoric ducts (created by the germ layer of the ectoderm), which are responsible for carrying milk to the nipple, and the lymphatic system (created by the germ layer of the new mesoderm or brainstem), which stimulates movement with the ganglion so that the milk flows.

Thanks to the New German Medicine, we can understand what they call breast cancer.



First of all, when a woman experiences a biological conflict with the need to protect or nourish, at the very least, the breast is the organ that will be activated. In order to nourish her loved one in this way.

During the active phase of the conflict, i.e., until her loved one overcomes the danger, her breast will experience a proliferation in the mammary glands, leading to the famous “adenocarcinoma” of the mammary glands, a “tumor” that secretes a serous fluid very similar to milk, rich in proteins. The term “adeno” means secretory.

In animals, we can observe how when a female wolf or dog has an injured or weak puppy, one of her mammary glands becomes inflamed. When the puppies try to suckle from the inflamed gland, she only allows the weak and injured puppy to feed from it. Once it recovers, the mammary gland becomes inflamed, edematous, suppurates, and returns to normal. No animal, of course, would be afraid of “mammary adenocarcinoma” because, thanks to it, their puppy manages to overcome a crucial stage, thanks to the rich protein-rich food provided by this “adenocarcinoma” or tumor secreting serous fluid, which is not malignant at all. The narcissistic concept of “malignant” only exists in the mind of a human being. For biology, these are all ADAPTATIONS for the sake of survival.

In this dramatic situation, the woman activates a biological program for organic improvement that allows her to generate a serous fluid that oozes from the breast, which is rich in proteins and allows her to “nourish” the loved one who requires her protection and nutrition.

The mammary glands then generate cell proliferation to produce more milk because if the conflict is not resolved, the brain interprets that it needs to produce more milk to ensure the nourishment and survival of the loved one. Cell reproduction or a tumor will continue to grow until the dramatic situation is resolved. Once resolved, if bacteria are available (unless they were annihilated by a vaccine), they will caseify the tumor, break it down, and eliminate it. In the absence of the TB (tuberculosis) bacteria available, created by the brain to break down the tumor, once it has completed its function, it will encapsulate and stop growing, but it will not shrink.

Here, it’s important to understand that not only do the mammary glands require extreme adaptation, but also the milk ducts. The milk ducts, in order to pour milk “faster,” will develop an ulcer so that the milk flows more rapidly to the nipple and can reach the mouth of the one in need of nutrition and protection.

After the ulcer, if the conflict is resolved, it will heal with repair tissue since the original tissue was destroyed during the active phase with the need to pour milk faster. This is where the famous mammary sarcoma appears.

Naturally, all the organs in the breast will adapt with a function in the active phase, and during the repair phase, the organ will attempt to return to normal.

With all of this said, it’s easy to understand how and why tumors appear in the breast. You no longer have to fear a medical diagnosis or verdict. Breast cancer is, therefore, a significant biological adaptation that aims to help a woman “nourish” and “protect” a loved one. It can never be dangerous.

It may be painful at times if the conflict lasts a long time or if there are many relapses. However, the growth is never uncontrolled; it is always directly controlled by the brain, depending on the conflict mass, which is the intensity of the conflict’s drama over its duration.

Furthermore, with GNM, we can not only understand the conflict a woman is experiencing when developing “breast cancer” but also, depending on her BIOLOGICAL HANDEDNESS (right-handed or left-handed) and whether the tumor appears in the left or right breast, we will know specifically WHO she is concerned about and who she wants to nurture.

For example, if a right-handed woman is diagnosed with a left breast adenocarcinoma, we quickly know that the concern is related to her MOTHER-CHILD side, which includes all individuals within (what she considers to be) her territory who are either above or below her, such as her mother, grandmother, child, or patient. In the case of the right breast, we know that the conflicts relate to nurturing and protecting her PARTNER, which could be her spouse, sibling, father, colleague, friend, or companion.

Within the daily consultation of the New German Medicine, there are many cases of breast cancer diagnoses. We understand that it’s very difficult to overcome the fear of a medical diagnosis, and that the pronouncement from a “white coat” can induce a hypnotic state in a person, causing them to unquestioningly follow the doctor’s advice, even if it’s not coherent. Therefore, phrases like “Don’t wait until it’s too late,” “Shrinking the tumor does NOT mean it’s disappearing,” “You have to remove the breast to prevent the cancer from spreading,” “It’s not enough to remove a part; you have to remove everything,” and “It’s also necessary to remove axillary lymph nodes because malignant cells might have escaped” (phrases shared by our clients) will no longer have the same effect after reading this article. Fear will only persist in those who dictate the sentence.

We have many cases of complete cures of breast cancer, which you can find in the TESTIMONIALS section of cancer and oncoequivalent disease cures on our website.

Thank you for reading this article.
Gaston Vargas

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