The Thymus Gland

The thymus gland is formed differently depending on the animal species, but is generally located in the cranial mediastinum. The thymus is divided into lobules and a distinction is made between cortex and medulla. The individual lobules join together to form a large flattened lobe, creating a paired cervical lobule.

This is located on both sides of the trachea and is absent in dogs, but is sometimes present in cats. In horses, cattle and pigs, a lobus intermedius is found, which is absent in carnivores. The lobus thoracicus is located in the anterior mediastinum, more ventrally in carnivores. The thymus is vegetatively innervated via the branches of the vagus nerve and sympathetic nervous system.

The thymus gland is the most important organ for maintaining our immune system (defence system). It is the control organ for the entire immune system. The thymus is responsible for the maturation and differentiation of T lymphocytes. During the foetal period, lymphocytes migrate from the bone marrow into the thymus and receive their immunological imprint here.

The mature T lymphocytes migrate via the blood into the secondary lymphatic organs, where they serve the immune defence in the T cell regions. The blood-thymus barrier prevents contact with the body’s own antigens during maturation.

The thymus gland undergoes physiological involution. In dogs, it reaches its postnatal developmental maximum at around the 8th week of life. After this, involution begins, during which the thymus gland is replaced by connective tissue and fatty tissue. This regression occurs in all domestic mammals. In dogs, remnants of lymphatic tissue can still be detected in the fatty body of the original thymus even at an advanced age.

The thymus retains its function even then, as the proliferation of T lymphocytes after involution takes place in the T cell regions of the other lymphatic organs, but the primary differentiation of Tlymphocytes can only take place in the thymus. Using the bioresonance method, we can support and harmonise the function of the thymus gland with the following programmes.

 428.2 Thymus activation

 3108.0 Thymus activation (lowest frequency programme)

The programmes can also be used for patients with autoimmune diseases, but should be energetically tested beforehand.


Significance in energy medicine:

The thymus gland also plays a central role in energy medicine.

It is one of 7 glands that are assigned to 7 chakras and is associated with the fourth chakra, the heart chakra.

The following correspondences originate from human medicine, but can also be transferred to

animals in a similar form, even if they are more instinct-led.


Central themes of the 4th chakra:

Selfless love, forgiveness, centre of healing, harmony and balance, sense of responsibility, compassion, kindness, co-humanity, charity, solidarity, devotion, selflessness, openness, tolerance, kindness of heart, security, empathy.



Air (Ayurveda), in TCM there is no direct equivalent (most likely element fire and metal).

Sensory function:


Tooth relationship:

1.5., 2.5.

Physical aspects:

Controls the immune system, heart, chest and thoracic cavity, thoracic spine, shoulders, arms, hands, lower lung area, blood and circulatory system, skin,

Harmony patterns:

Cordiality, sociability, sense of responsibility, recognition and acceptance of self and others, tolerance, acceptance, healthy self-love, compassion, selflessness

Disharmony pattern emotional:

Excessive charity, complete self-sacrifice (helper syndrome), unkindness, intolerance, little empathy, narrow-mindedness, callousness

Physical disharmony patterns:

Heart complaints, cardiovascular diseases, respiratory diseases, tension and shoulder/neck pain, rheumatic complaints, weak immune system, allergies, skin diseases

New therapy programme – Blockade thymus / 4th chakra:

Di, lowest frequency, 3.6 Hz,
wobble = yes,
Dl amplification falling, Di = 20.0,
Dl tempo = 15 sec,
Interval = no,
Therapy time = 8 min.

Input cup: blood or saliva

Input: ball applicators in both hands
Output: modulation mat, magnetic depth probe or power applicator on chakra
Power applicator on chakra/gland

Suggestions for the second channel – after prior testing(!):

Substance-complex goodies: Defence enhancement; Bone marrow / blood: immunodeficiency, leucopenia,
Phytotherapy: lemon balm, hawthorn, thyme,
Colour: green,
Aromas: Rose oil, jasmine, tarragon,
Stones: rose quartz, emerald, jade, chrysopa,
Bach flowers: after testing,
Chakra: Heart chakra ampoule

Ampoules from the KTT test kit (KTT)
Thymus from “Hormones, organs, neurotransmitters and miasms” or
“Immunology / haematology”
Bach flowers, chakras from “Bach flowers and chakras“.