Skin cancer (melanoma): odds of recovery

There are different kinds of skin cancer: the melanoma, the basal-cell carcinoma and the squamous cell carcinoma (spinalioma).

Basal-cell carcinoma:

This is the most common form of skin cancer: small nodules, often arranged in groups, ranging from flesh-coloured to a brownish colour with a nacreous shimmer. These nodules can merge into a bigger lump that may burst and bleed. Also, there may be small reddish patches of dandruff or small nodules at the edges. Wounds that bleed and don’t heal despite treatment may also point to a basal-cell carcinoma. These wounds should be checked on by the GP.

Squamous cell carcinoma:

This carcinoma usually affects parts of the body that are not covered by clothes, i.e. the face, shoulders, arms, hands (patches exposed to light). It is vital to detect this carcinoma early since it also forms metastases in other organs at an advanced stage.


This is the most malign form of skin cancer. It may form metastases in other organs already at a very early stage. The melanoma grows very fast. It is important to detect it at a very early stage and remove it.

Risk factors of skin cancer: Skin cancer occurs in women more frequently than in men and has been occurring more and more often in the last few years. Melanoma is the most frequent cancer in women between the ages of 20 and 40 in the Western industrial countries. It is assumed that there is a connection between excessive exposure to the sun and skin cancer. People with a light complexion are especially affected.

In principle, the skin should be able to regulate its fat and moisture content itself. If that is not the case (anymore) people like to use moisturizing cremes and skin emollients. However, that disables the skin’s self-regulation. That in turn makes it almost impossible to discontinue the various crèmes. Furthermore, many crèmes contain high tech ingredients. I would not completely exclude the possibility that the permanent use of skin products may cause skin cancer.

Traditional medical therapies of skin cancer: surgery, chemotherapy, immune therapy, interferon therapy, cytokines, monoclonal antibody therapy.

All medical information is subject to change regarding the correctness and completeness.

Spiritual healing as a measure to support the traditional medical treatment of skin cancer:

There is a double-blind study of the European Centre for Environmental Medicine in cooperation with the Lower Austrian Regional Medical Insurance, that shows that 90 % of humans who fell ill with cancer had their sleeping places on geo-pathogenic disturbance zones such as water veins, faults or earth rays. For this reason, it is important for someone suffering from cancer to have his or her sleeping place examined by a radiesthecist (dowser) and change the place if need be, without using any dubious shielding devices.

Scientific double-blind studies on spiritual healing were performed in the USA. Spiritual healing can help, as was clearly shown by the results.

As a spiritual healer I try to use my power of concentration to confine the growth of the cancer cells and tumors as well as the cancer sleeper cells (micro-metastases) and also boost the patient’s immune system, i.e. I regulate the hormone household via the hypophysis, the thyroid gland, the parathyroid gland, the pancreas and the adrenal cortex. In my opinion, the interplay of the hormones is very important for the functioning of the body’s own immune system. Intuition helps me as a clairvoyant to visualize the best possible approach for the respective person and his or her illness.

When people suffer from serious illnesses such as skin cancer (melanoma) it is best to work with them every day. When they live far away it isn’t necessary for them to be physically present. The client’s photo or signature are sufficient.

Spiritual healing exclusively focuses on the activation and harmonization of the body’s own energy fields (life energy) and is not considered a healing treatment. The effectiveness and success of energy treatments have not been scientifically proven in Austria. They have been falsified for various methods. No promises are made as to success, recovery or relief. All patients must voluntarily agree to this method of treatment.

In accordance with that, spiritual healing doesn’t present a substitute for a medical diagnosis or treatment or a psychological or psychotherapeutic treatment or examination. Any statements or pieces of advice are not considered diagnoses but are solely energy-related descriptions of a person’s state.

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