Disorientation, a loss of sense of time, and confusion are symptoms of so-called Alzheimer’s disease (see also Alzheimer’s with short-term memory loss and dementia related to a (Post)Sensory Cortex Constellation). In conventional medicine it is assumed that Alzheimer’s is either genetic, caused by a B12 deficiency, hypothyroidism, systemic infections, or the consequence of a stroke. Dr. Hamer’s research shows that the mental condition presented with Alzheimer’s is the result of continuous abandonment, existence, or refugee conflicts. The increasing number of people with Alzheimer’s in today’s aging population has nothing to do with faulty genes, vitamin deficiencies and the like but is directly linked to a society where more and more people live in poverty (existence conflicts) and where many of the elderly live by themselves or in nursing homes (abandonment conflicts, refugee conflicts). In societies where the elders are revered and integrated in their community, “Alzheimer’s disease” is unknown.