SCHIZOPHRENIC CONSTELLATIONS
The discoveries of Dr. med. Ryke Geerd Hamer - presented by Caroline Markolin, Ph.D.
Introduction Theories Schizophrenic Constellations Brainstem Constellation Kidney Collecting Tubules Constellation Cerebellum Constellation Cerebral Medulla Constellation Bite Constellation Motor Cortex Constellation (Post)Sensory Cortex Constellation Scent Constellation The Temporal Lobes Postmortal Constellation Casanova Constellation Nympho Constellation Aggressive Constellation Flying Constellation Hearing Constellation Mytho Constellation Autistic Constellation Marking Constellation Bulimia Constellation Anorexia Constellation Paranoia Constellation Frontal Constellation Frontal-Occpital Constellation Additional Cortical Conflicts Index A-Z








ADDITIONAL CORTICAL CONFLICTS
ADDITIONAL CORTICAL CONFLICTS

When a Temporal Lobe Constellation (Postmortal Constellation, Casanova Constellation, Nympho Constellation, Aggressive Constellation, Flying Constellation, Mytho Constellation, Autistic Constellation, Marking Constellation) has already been established, further conflicts, including conflicts related to the frontal lobe and glucose center, follow the Scale Rule. Whether additional conflicts register on the right or left brain hemisphere is determined by a person’s biological handedness and which one of the two conflicts is stronger at the time when the new conflicts occur.


TEMPORAL LOBES - Right-Handers 

When a right-handed person (male or female) is in constellation, for example in an Aggressive Constellation, and the depression-related conflict (right temporal lobe) is accentuated, the third conflict registers also in the right cortical hemisphere. As a result, the depressive mood deepens. The same principle applies to further conflicts.

Taking into account the hormone status (lower than normal testosterone level) at the time when the new conflict occurred, the third conflict is experienced in a female fashion. A scare-fright conflict, for instance, creates in addition to the Aggressive Constellation a Mytho Constellation.

When a right-hander (male or female) is in an Aggressive Constellation and the mania-related conflict (left temporal lobe) is accentuated, the third conflict goes also to the left cortical hemisphere. As a result, the manic mood increases. The same principle applies to further conflicts.

Taking into account the hormone status (lower than normal estrogen level) at the time when the new conflict occurred, the third conflict is experienced in a male fashion. A territorial fear conflict, for instance, adds to the Aggressive Constellation an Autistic Constellation.
TEMPORAL LOBES - Left-Handers 

When a left-hander (male or female) is in constellation, for example in a Flying Constellation, and the depression-related conflict (right temporal lobe) is stronger, the third conflict goes to the left temporal lobe because the conflict is transferred to the opposite brain hemisphere. As a result, the depression decreases and the manic mood is enhanced. The same principle applies to further conflicts.

Taking into account the hormone status (lower than normal testosterone level) at the time when the new conflict occurred, the third conflict is experienced in a female fashion. An identity conflict, for instance, creates in addition to the Flying Constellation a Mytho Constellation.

When a left-hander (male or female) is in a Flying Constellation and the mania-related conflict (left temporal lobe) is stronger, the third conflict goes to the right temporal lobe because the conflict is transferred to the opposite brain hemisphere. As a result, the person is less manic and rather depressed. The same principle applies to further conflicts.

Taking into account the hormone status (lower than normal estrogen level) at the time when the new conflict occurred, the third conflict is experienced in a male fashion. A territorial anger conflict, for instance, adds to the Flying Constellation an Autistic Constellation.

Further conflicts corresponding to the temporal lobes increase or decrease
a current manic or depressed mood.
FRONTAL LOBE

When a right-handed person (male or female) is in a Temporal Lobe Constellation, for example in a Postmortal Constellation, and the depression-related conflict (right temporal lobe) is accentuated, the third conflict impacts in the right frontal lobe.

Taking into account the hormone status (lower than normal testosterone level) at the time when the new conflict occurred, the third conflict is experienced in a female fashion, namely as a powerless conflict. If he/she suffers on top a frontal-fear conflict (fourth conflict) during a manic period, this creates in addition to the Postmortal Constellation a Frontal Constellation.




When a left-handed person (male or female) is, for example, in an Aggressive Constellation and the mania-related conflict (right temporal lobe) is stronger, the third conflict impacts in the right frontal lobe because the conflict is transferred to the opposite brain hemisphere.

Taking into account the hormone status (lower than normal estrogen level) at the time when the new conflict occurred, the third conflict is experienced as a male frontal-fear conflict. If he/she suffers on top a female powerless conflict (fourth conflict) during a depressed mood, this creates in addition to the Aggressive Constellation a Frontal Constellation.  

Further conflicts corresponding to the frontal lobe do not change
a current manic or depressed mood.
GLUCOSE CENTER


When a right-handed person (male or female) is in a Temporal Lobe Constellation, for instance in an Aggressive Constellation, and the mania-related conflict (left temporal lobe) is accentuated, the third conflict impacts in the left diencephalon.

Taking into account the hormone status (lower than normal estrogen level) at the time when the new conflict occurred, the third conflict is experienced in a male fashion. A resistance conflict creates in addition to the Aggressive Constellation a Bulimia Constellation; moodwise the person is manic (see primary mania).







Variation: When a right-handed female is in a Bulimia Constellation and the fear-disgust conflict (left diencephalon) is stronger, the third conflict impacts in the left cortical hemisphere. Taking into account the hormone status (lower than normal estrogen level) at the time when the new conflict occurred, the third conflict is experienced in a male fashion. With a territorial anger conflict, she is now also in an Aggressive Constellation.

When a left-handed person (male or female) is in an Aggressive Constellation and the depression-related conflict (right temporal lobe) is accentuated, the third conflict impacts in the left diencephalon because the conflict is transferred to the opposite brain hemisphere.

Taking into account the hormone status (lower than normal testosterone level) at the time when the new conflict occurred, the third conflict is experienced in a female fashion. A fear-disgust conflict adds to the Aggressive Constellation a Bulimia Constellation; moodwise the person is depressed (see primary depression).

Further conflicts corresponding to the glucose center do not change
a current manic or depressed mood.