Marcel Riffel, Naturopath, Ostfildern, Germany
1. Treatment of cerebral imprints (Hamer foci) using, the PowerApplikator and expansion module 1
Ryke Geerd Hamer (born 17 May 1935 in Mettmann) is a former German doctor who since 1981 has promoted the concept of “Germanic New Medicine” developed by himself.
His methods have proved to be extremely controversial to those in the medical profession and on 8 April 1986 he was barred from practising medicine in Germany.
Before being stripped of his licence to practise medicine he continued treating patients suffering mainly from cancer during subsequent years at various locations in Germany and Austria, without a health insurance licence. In addition he founded various private clinics, some of which were illegal, because he did not have a licence.
According to Hamer the trigger for every type of cancer is always some kind of shock event. He soon extended his theories on the cause of cancer to all illnesses.
Hamer postulates that a previously experienced shock leads to the formation of what is called a Hamer focus in the brain, which can be detected during diagnosis by means of a computed tomography (CT) scan.
He therefore postulates that in the case of tumour patients displaying cerebral metastases in a CT scan, these are not in fact metastases but the brain’s representation of what he terms ‘psychological shock’.
Functional disorders in different organs, and sometimes cell changes too, can occur as further organic manifestations of a prior psychological shock event.
These Hamer foci, which can be detected in a CT scan, are in his opinion the actual cause of the cancer and not the consequence of it.
Radiologists identify these Hamer foci as ring artefacts.
Ring artefacts are concentric, perfectly circular rings having an alternate dark and light appearance, which are found in scans produced by imaging techniques. They give the appearance of alternate radiopaque and radiolucent circular areas. Radiology professionals consider ring artefacts to be system-based technical errors.
To those of us who work as holistic Bioresonance therapists it does at least appear plausible that any prolonged illness could cause what might be termed a “cerebral imprint”.
In principle it is possible that a “cerebral imprint” could be left by any long-lasting chronic condition.
Detection using the BICOM® device
To detect these foci, connect a flexible applicator via a blue cable to the magnetic depth probe and place the flexible applicator on the affected area of the patient’s body. Using the magnetic depth probe, the individual lobes of the brain (frontal, parietal, temporal and occipital) are scanned (on each side of the skull) and checked by means of kinesiology or the Biotensor instrument.
2. Testing for Hamer foci
Test with kinesiology
>weak muscle test: Hamer focus
>strong muscle test: no Hamer focus
Testing with the biotensor
In addition the tensor is connected via a blue cable to the magnetic depth probe, which is held over the areas of the brain to be tested. At the same time the tester is programmed to “Hamer focus”. During testing the therapist must not include any “mental question” since this could falsify the test result.
>Tensor oscillates↨: Hamer focus
>Tensor oscillates↔: no Hamer focus
3. Therapy for Hamer foci / cerebral imprints
Hamer foci are treated using the PowerApplikator and expansion module 1.
The patient has a dynamic magnetic field with a physical strength of less than 1 gauss. By comparison the magnetic depth probe and magnetic articulated probe have a very strong permanent magnetic field of around 3500 gauss.
The high level of efficacy for the patient is achieved through a special arrangement of the conducting paths.
DMI (Dynamic Multi-Impulse Packs) and the information from channel 2 (substance complexes and/or honeycomb) can also be transferred via the patient.
The PowerApplikator has a handy design and is well suited for the therapy of cerebral imprints, chakra therapy, and joint therapy and for treating infants.
Initially the affected organ system is located at the input (or vice versa — this can be tested by kinesiology) and the PowerApplikator is placed as the output applicator on the tested area of the brain. Then input and output are swapped over. The program is re-started.
In our practice we use the following program for the treatment of cerebral imprints.
We use a program in the low deep frequencies using therapy type Ai (Ai=64 / 300 sec frequency sweep rate / continuous mode / decreasing amplification sweep rate, rate 1.2 sec / 5 min).
The reason for using a low deep frequency program is because the brain responds particularly well to low deep frequencies and controls the processes in the body.