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EPISODE 122 – DR. MELISSA SELL | GNM: SEXUALITY, IDENTITY & BIOLOGY

Dr. Melissa Sell returns for the 4th time to continue our exploration of German New Medicine, the paradigm-shattering work and research of the late German MD Dr. Ryke Geerd Hamer.

We take a deeper and more nuanced look through a GNM lens at how “biological conflicts” cause natural adaptations that can impact sexual orientation and gender identity along with other behavioral constellations that influence the development of an individual’s personality.

If you aren’t familiar with German New Medicine, we suggest you also watch our previous episodes with Dr. Sell.

Episode 23 – Dr. Melissa Sell | Disease & Healing: A Whole New Perspective

Episode 74 – Dr. Melissa Sell | German Healing Knowledge: The Ultimate Red Pill

Episode 95 – Dr. Melissa Sell | The Real Truth About Cancer

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2 Responses

  1. It seems obvious to me that the people pushing the early sexualization of children fully understand the GNM implications of doing so. The minions are most likely clueless, as GNM has been successfully suppressed from the masses, but those at the top of that pyramid seem fully aware. On a related note, I hold the same opinion of conventional medicine in general, in the categories of chronic, mental and infectious illnesses.

    1. Hey Mark,

      Thanks for your comment. I’m definitely on the same page. Also, thanks for your work. I bought your book a few years ago when I first found out about GNM via Melissa. Slowly but surely, more people are becoming open to the lies that have been pushed for so long. As for GNM, those that are ready to claim radical personal responsibility for their lives (and don’t seem to have too much skin in the game with other systems/modalities) seem to be the most receptive to Hamer’s discoveries. -Yerasimos

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