This is part 2 of an interview with Dr. Hamer. In this part, Hamer discusses how cancer is a natural biological process and how microbes, far from being the cause of all diseases, are actually our allies and have a useful function in disease...
Interviewer: What role do microbes play in your system, and how do they relate to the much talked-about immunologic system?
Dr. Hamer: Up to now convential medicine has only understood microbes as though they caused the infectious diseases. This viewpoint became an automatic assumption, as these microbes were constantly found to be present in infectious diseases. But that was not the whole story. The first phase of these putative infectious diseases, the conflict active phase, had been overlooked. Only upon the solution of the conflict do these microbes become active and do work. They are not at all our enemies, but rather they help us. They work under the command of our own organism, directed from our brain, and they assist us by clearing away the excessive cancerous growth.
After fulfilling their mission they are no longer needed, or in the case of the bacteria and viruses, they help to build tissues back up again. They are our loyal helpers. The whole concept of the "immunologic system" as an army that our body has to fight against these very microbes, turns out simply to be false.