The Horn of the Cow

A Contribution Regarding Milk Quality


The horns of cattle are not only beautiful but also fulfil a major role in digestion, metabolism and milk production of cows. This can be shown in pictures from the Hagalis crystal analysis of milk. The comparison of milk from horned and dehorned cows clearly shows that cows are in need of horns.

Article and pictures compiled by Dr. med. vet. Wilhelm Höfer



Cow with horns, South Tyrol

Blood investigation with the Hagalis Crystal Analysis

Urine, milk and blood of eight brown coloured cows from biologic farms in Allgaeu, South Germany were investigated to highlight coherences between the force of digestion and the organisation of senses. By the means of picture-forming research methods there was found a significant difference regarding the body fluids of horned cows and dehorned cows.

The so-called spagyric analysis represents a further development according to the information provided by Paracelsus, who used this method for the production of highly effecting, non-dangerous remedies five hundred years ago.

Spagyric crystallised material, gained by distillate and residue of blood samples, was investigated. Thereby crystals grow from extraction of distillate residue. It is incinerated and calcined (heating up above Bunsen burner until all organic substances are burned up). The crystal salts are extracted with the help of water and therefore are purely presented here; then they are consolidated with the distillate and applied drop by drop onto the microscope slide. Evaporation of the liquid at room temperature is brought about. Thereby typical crystal pictures originate assigned to the samples that approve a comprehensive conclusion about the quality of life-force of the samples.

Milk fom Cows

Below the pictures of four cows for evaluation, still before you will get explanations about the significance of the crystal formations:

Please, try to find the differences of structure in crystal pictures as a matter of principle between the upper and lower pictures. And consider which kind of structural forces would you prefer for healthy food…?


Milk from a horned cow
Milk from a horned cow, magn. 40x
Milk from a horned cow
Milk from a horned cow, magn. 40x


Milk from a dehorned cow
Milk from a dehorned cow, magn. 40x
Milk from a dehorned cow
Milk from a dehorned cow, magn. 100x


Here once again a comparison of milk samples from horned and dehorned cows.

Milk of a horned cow
Milk of a horned cow called 'Gerdi', Rall, magn. 100x
Milk of a dehorned cow
Milk of a dehorned cow called 'Liesa', Rall, magn. 40x

Dense, fine crystals with few straight or rectangular structures indicate intensive life-carrying circumstances. In particular equal crystal formations from circumference to center feature an augmentative connection between digestion and nervous system.

Milk of a dehorned cow
Milk of a dehorned cow named ‚Tara', Rall, magn.40x
Milk of a dehorned cow
Milk of a dehorned cow named 'Inge', Rall, magn. 40x

Compared with the presentation of horned cows above, here in both pictures one can generally see a weaker formation of crystals in the peripheral area that is reflecting circumstances of life-forces in the nervous system. Furthermore rectangular and straightforward structures are noticeable. Both occurrences only appear in degenerative processes. Straight crystal structures like needles, separating a certain area from the overall picture, mean the predisposition to malignant processes with humans.

Blood Samples

In the following pictures about evaluation of blood samples from horned and dehorned cows.

Blood sample from a horned
Blood sample from a horned cow named 'Gams', G. Kirchmann, magn. 40x
Blood sample from a horned cow named 'Gams', G. Kirchmann, magn. 100xBlood sample from a horned cow
Blood sample from a horned cow named 'Gams', G. Kirchmann, magn. 100x


Blood sample from a dehorned cow
Blood sample from a dehorned cow named 'Ilse', G. Kirchmann, magn. 100x
Blood sample from a dehorned cow
Blood sample from a dehorned cow named 'Ilse' G. Kirchmann, magn.100x


Urine Samples

Through investigation of urine the same phenomenon was observable, that is to say in spagyric processed urine of dehorned cows appears a density of crystallisation at the image border. Generally it is a sign of reduced interchange in the nervous system of animals with its environment. In the general view crystal structures are much more geometrically arranged and are characterised as less vital.

Urine of horned cows
Urine of horned cows from ‚Kartan Amtzell', magn. 40x
Urine of dehorned cows
Urine of dehorned cows from 'Kartan Amtzell', magn. 40x


Conventional and Demeter Agriculture

The dehorning of our cattle is already customary out of economical reasons. Thereby is not paid any attention to the impact of the animal and even less attention to its influence on food quality, which dehorned cows are giving to us with their milk for instance. By the means of various picture-forming research methods, the influence of dehorning is presented regarding the life-force-structure of our cattle. In two independent laboratories partly double-blind experiments were conducted to exclude a possible preoccupation of the investigator. Only samples from biological farms were taken in order to exclude influences of modern methods of production. With spagyric crystal analysis is demonstrated that dehorning is strongly affecting the life-force-structure of cows.

According to results of investigation dehorning affects hardening as well as degenerative influences onto the nervous system of animals. By the means of pictures about milk a negative influence of food grade is clearly seen.

In conclusion one can see the following picture of milk from an intensely conventionally operating farm and another picture from a 'Demeter', biologic-anthroposophic farm. The first should demonstrate the influence of chemical fertiliser and unnatural intense feeding which enables an enormous 'milk yield' of the cows. After studying the above examples the observer may make up his own mind about the structural forces in crystals and may draw conclusion about the nutritional value of milk which form this picture after spagyric processing.

By: Dr. med. vet. Wilhelm Höfer.

Pictures: We thank Irene & Martin Hölbling, St. Valentin a.d. Heide Südtirol for the pictures of their farms.

Further Article about cows:

K. Parvathi Kumar: COW - The Symbol and its Significance (Ethics)



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