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Mothers Over 40

The Moon is an ancient symbol of fertility and the hormonal cycle even has a lunar beat, so it's only natural that ovulation occurs in sync with the Moon. And like all profound truths, it's simple: Lunar ovulation occurs every month for every ovulating female when the Moon enters the phase under which she was born.



This amazing re-discovery was made in 1956 by Dr. Eugen Jonas of Czechoslovakia, who came upon a fragment of an ancient Babylonian manuscript that read: "A woman is fertile according to the moon." Dr. Jonas soon deciphered its meaning and after testing it on many ecstatic patients he opened a fertility clinic that quickly became an international success. But just three years later, the clinic was closed by the cancerous communism that overtook his country. Yet Dr. Jonas, now in his 90s and the father of 10 children, has continued to help thousands of women conceive by the light of the Moon, at his current clinic in the Slovac Republic: Centrum Jonas International.



And contrary to conventional wisdom, the mother's biochemistry has the final say on gender, determined by the Moon sign at conception: a positive sign means a boy and negative sign means a girl. This has been borne out through many thousands of births.


And if you wonder why you haven't heard of lunar fertility before now, it's because it's not only not profitable, it would devastate the bottom line of the entire infertility industry.



A comprehensive book on lunar fertility is Astrological Birth Control by Sheila Ostrander & Lynn Schroeder. Written over 40 years ago, it's available new and used at Amazon and it's priceless.



The lunar cycle is one of two monthly ovulation cycles [more on that in a bit], so it's not a reliable means of birth control. The best, most reliable form of birth control is the cervical cap, a kind of condom for the cervix that's been used since ancient times, in one form of another, until The Pill came on the $cene. And when women complained that the Pill made them ill, they were only offered the diaphram, a poor substitute for the cervical cap that wouldn't threaten big pHARMa's bottom line.



The somewhat good news is, based on growing demand a new cervical cap has come on the scene, called the FemCap. It's made of soft plastic and looks like a sailor's cap, comes in three sizes and is safe, effective & reportedly comfortable, but it requires a physician's script, which is ridiculous, offensive and an obvious roadblock.

And no doubt FemCap had to jump through hoops to bring the cap to market as is, but the inability to buy a piece of plastic without Medical Approval is tyranny. In a sane & honest world we'd have female condoms alongside the Trojans - safe, effective, convenient, cheap & available to all.



And contrary to more tyrannical medical bulls*it, spermicide is not required for a cervical cap and it is toxic; but the risks are obscured so read between the lines. Medical recommendations are based on whatever serves the bottom line and the tyrannical impulse to feed on our dreams, fears and ignorance.


The Encyclopedia of the Damned

Most of us take advice from trusted authorities who themselves put trust in authorities - big mistake. We all need to look up at who's pulling the strings and make fully informed decisions.



Here's the best book on the cervical cap, by author Rebecca Chalker; actually it's the only book devoted to the subject and it's priceless:




In 2003 researchers at the University of Saskatchewan inadvertently confirmed the lunar fertility cycle when they discovered that women ovulate more than once a month: "[Researchers] found that most women in their study had at least two times during their cycle when eggs developed. . ."


In 2004, Dr. Jonathan Tilly of Harvard & Massachusetts General Hospital discovered that new eggs are produced in women throughout their reproductive years, just like other mammals. Do false expectations help lead to menopause? Dr. Tilly's discovery could even lead to treatments that reverse menopause.


Dr. Jonathan Tilly

Dr. Tilly's previous studies involved mice, so seven years later human studies confirmed his discovery beyond any doubt. Dr. Tilly in National Geographic in 2012: "There's no fathomable reason. . .why a woman would have evolved to carry stale eggs around for decades before attempting to get pregnant while men evolved to have fresh sperm always available."


And for women over forty who wish to conceive, I recommend Enhancing Fertility After Age 40 , by Jan Andersen. Her organization, MothersOver40.com, has brought joy to thousands of women.


Lauren & Jan



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