Ossifikationsprozesse als treibende Kräfte für die Krebserkrankung

Roselies Gehlig
Article-ID: DMS-21142-DE
DOI: https://doi.org/10.14271/DMS-21142-DE

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Bei der Krebserkrankung verlagert sich Knochenfunktion aus dem Skelett in den Tumor hinein. Karzinome „verknöchern“ nicht nur substanziell, sondern sind sogar bestrebt, funktionell knochenähnlich zu werden. Aufgrund ihrer pathologisch „ohrartigen“ Konstitution sind sie „Sinnesorgane an falscher Stelle“. Schon vorkonzeptionell stehen Verknöcherung und Krebserkrankung in einer Beziehung, wenn verdichtende Bildekräfte im Hinblick auf die erneute Inkarnation zu stark wirken. Die Krebserkrankung ist konstitutionell durch Sinnes-Nerven- und Ossifikationsprozesse geprägt.

Ossification processes as driving forces for cancer

In the case of cancer disease, bone function is displaced from the skeleton into the tumor. Carcinomas do not only “ossify” substantially, they even functionally strive to become like bone. Because of their pathologically “ear-like” configuration, tumors represent “sense organs at the wrong place”. The relationship between ossification and cancer already begins pre-conceptionally when densifying spiritual forces in correspondence to the next incarnation become predominant. Cancer is driven by sense-nerve- and ossification processes.

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