Images of war also govern medicine's perception of the human body, viewed as armies of "killer cells" ready to attack "foreign invaders" (microbes) and evildoers within the system (cancer cells). Based on the fantasy of biological warfare raging in our organism, medical science constructed the concept of an "immune system", envisioned as a defense system against the threat of "killer germs" and "deadly" cancers". The invention of "auto-immune diseases" in which the immune system apparently attacks the body's own tissue, just shows how a scientific culture can become blinded by its own beliefs.
With Dr. Hamer's discoveries of the psyche-brain-organ correlation, of the supportive role of microbes during healing, and, above all, of the biological meaning of all diseases, including cancer, the immune-system theory collapses like a house of cards. With no more enemies left to "fight" and to "battle" and to "kill", the war is over.
Based on the Five Biological Laws, the so-called “immune system”
is in reality a support system, created to support the healing process.
A question we should also ask: If a rise in antibodies is generally considered to be an indication of a strong immune system, why is it that with AIDS testing the same parameters are interpreted as an "immuno-deficiency" and as an "infection" with HIV, a virus that has never been isolated and scientifically proven?
"If there is evidence that HIV causes AIDS, there should be scientific documents which either singly or collectively demonstrate that fact, at least with a high probability. There is no such document."
Dr. Kary Mullis, Biochemist, 1993 Nobel Prize for Chemistry
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