What Really Makes Us Sick


What Really Makes Us Sick?

Published On: June 1, 2024Tags: ,

By Timm Stein

In the article “Do Viruses Even Exist?” (January 2023 Druthers), we learned that virology has been scientific fraud from the onset, largely driven by a wrongfully awarded Nobel Prize for Medicine. It is a pseudoscience of alleged pathogens that only exist in the computer [and laboratory flasks] of the virologists, and which have never been proven to exist in nature. If you’d like to explore more about this scientific fraud, the website viroliegy.com has a tremendous amount of information that is easy to understand. We concluded that article with questions about what sickness really is. This article goes into more depth about that!

What is sickness? The Oxford English Dictionary defines sickness as “the state of being sick or ill; the condition of suffering from some malady; […]” And it defines the word sick as “suffering from illness of any kind; ill, unwell […]” Most people would agree that fatigue, fever, headache, cough, chills, and a runny nose fall under the description of “being sick.” These terms are mostly associated with negative thoughts and emotions, such as feeling miserable, sad, empty, pessimistic, helpless, afraid, and depressed. We see sickness as an unwelcome burden, an inconvenience, a suffering, and we usually ask ourselves, “Why me?” and “Why now?”

We usually don’t ask ourselves, “Why am I feeling this way?” or “What is my body trying to tell me?” We are not listening to our body because we have been conditioned to believe that our body has been invaded by an alleged germ, that we can’t do anything about it, and that our subconscious immune system needs help to fight. We are led to believe that we cannot help ourselves, that we must take pharmaceutical products to help our body in the fight against the germ, and that we should visit a physician to get more medication and toxic injections (aka vaccines).

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Why have we been manipulated to think that we can’t help ourselves and should instead “trust ze science?” The answer is simple: a healthy human being does not generate profit for pharmaceutical companies. And physicians have sadly been conditioned to believe that pharmaceutical science is the only science.

Can we actually help ourselves? Yes, in most cases we absolutely can! What it primarily takes is to let go of fear and to understand the miraculous biology of the human body. Positive language is also very important for a healthy mind (for example: start saying vaccine-free instead of unvaccinated and notice how it boosts your self-esteem!).

Due to an addiction to smart devices and social media, one can easily get psychologically trapped in the fear narratives. It can become challenging to get out of this negative spiral and shift into a positive healing phase. Words like sick, sickness, disease, autoimmune, incurable, and malignant all carry a tremendous weight and usually cause additional negative thoughts and emotions, which we can also call traumas.

In reality, the human body is a magnificent, biological system of complex processes that all work flawlessly together, and all in harmony with millions of bacteria. Our body is fully capable to self-regulate and to reset. Problems usually occur when there is intervention from the outside through fearful events (traumas), fearful language and associated negative thoughts (e.g., getting the diagnosis of cancer). Also, toxic medications (such as antibiotics), processed foods, and toxic substances, such as sugar, drugs, alcohol, and caffeine, all of which impact the gut. A healthy gut is essential for our overall physical and mental health. The book Terrain Therapy by Dr. Samantha Bailey1 is a wonderful overall resource.

Another harmful impact on our health that is widely underestimated is electro-magnetic frequency (EMF) radiation through cellphones, smart devices, and WiFi routers. Especially 5G radiation has been shown to be harmful to the human body. A very interesting correlation between thousands of 5G antennas that were turned on in Wuhan, China, in 2019, just weeks before the first reported cases of an alleged new respiratory illness, also in Wuhan, has been documented in the book The Truth about Contagion.2

Ultimately, when we feel unwell we need to listen to our body and understand that it is trying to tell us something.

How do we know what our body is trying to tell us? Let’s ditch the corrupt model of Western medicine and take a look at Universal Biology, or New Germanic Medicine, which was pioneered by Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer. A great introduction to the New Medicine’s Five Natural Laws of Biology can be found on the website disease-is-different.com, and in more depth in the book Universal Biology by Giuliana Lüssi.3

Whenever we experience symptoms such as headache, fatigue, fever, runny nose, pain, or cough, our body is letting us know that it has been going through a series of meaningful biological processes. In this context, we are not talking about physical injuries (such as a broken bone due to an accident), but rather psychological and emotional, often fearful, shocking events with a sudden onset, such as a verbal attack, emotional abuse, separation or divorce, unhappiness at work, loss of a loved one, feeling threatened, or feeling disrespected.

Following the shocking event is the conflict-active phase, in which one may experience cold hands and feet, restlessness, and loss of appetite. Based on the type and intensity of the event, the brain has initiated a biological process that affects the function and/or the tissue of a specific organ. In that regard, the biological sex and the handedness of the individual play an important role. In this phase, the individual has some control over how long the process will take. The longer we remain in this active phase, the longer the body will take to heal.

When the conflict has been resolved, which can often be genuinely felt, the body enters the healing phase, in which it restores its original, balanced state. To move into this phase, though, the solution must be genuine and definite, and it cannot just be just wishful thinking. Therapy can often be helpful during this stage to recognize the conflict and find the solution.

During the healing phase, when the majority of symptoms  are felt, the body will accumulate water in those areas that were affected by the shocking event (often felt as swelling), which is essential to restore the organ’s tissue and/or function to its original, balanced state. Pain can be quite intense. Fever, redness, heat, and inflammation are also common. Even though it feels most unpleasant, one needs to understand that this is not an active phase of the body fighting an alleged enemy (what Western medicine would call being infected by an alleged germ), but the body is healing!

Positive thoughts can go a long way during this time.

Unfortunately, Western medicine often interrupts this important healing phase by poisoning the body with toxic medications that suppress the meaningful pain and also the much-needed fever, besides putting unnecessary strain on the liver. Some of the worst poisoning comes in the form of antibiotics. During the healing phase, bacteria have an important role in the body: degradation of tissue that is no longer needed. If the bacteria are killed off, the body is not able to complete healing. It will then have to re-enter that phase once it has re-established the bacteria population and dealt with the poisoning from the toxic medications. Western medicine misinterprets this as reoccurring bacterial “infections.” The diagnosis of cancer and the unfortunate misinterpretation of the meaningful biological process of cell growth by Western medicine follow a similar pattern.

As mentioned, the longer the conflict-active phase lasts, the longer the healing phase will last. If one experiences repeated events of the same type, then the healing phase remains incomplete. Some people can be stuck in this cycle for many years (in Western medicine this is often referred to as chronic illness) without any solution in sight. However, once the initial conflict is recognized and resolved, even so-called chronic illnesses can often be resolved.

What Western medicine has continuously labelled as diseases are, in fact, meaningful biological processes that occur in the human body as a response to sudden and shocking, fearful events. Instead of poisoning the body with toxic injections and medications that only cause further harm, one needs to understand the concepts of Universal Biology and trust that the human body is fully capable of self-regulating if given the opportunity.

We also need to understand that we are fully responsible for our own health (physical and mental) and that we cannot transfer that responsibility onto another entity (alleged viruses or germs, bacteria, or alleged genetic diseases) that may not even exist.

I invite you to let go of the corrupt Western medicine model of poisoning the human body and, instead, give Universal Biology a chance to restore your health and well-being for years to come. Great resources are available for you to learn about your own body and how to heal it.
I am not a licensed therapist or medical professional and this article is not intended to be medical advice.


  1. Terrain Therapy, 2022, Samantha Bailey
  2. The Truth about Contagion, 2021, Skyhorse Publishing, Thomas S. Cowan, MD, and Sally Fallon Morell
  3. Universal Biology, 2021, Praxis Neue Medizin Verlag, Giuliana Lüssi