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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 according to the Moon.
And every month when the Moon enters the phase under which a female
was born, and everything is in working order, ovulation occurs.
Lunar fertility was rediscovered in 1956 by Dr. Eugen Jonas, who came upon a fragment of an ancient Babylonian manuscript that read: "A woman is fertile according to the moon." Dr. Jonas deciphered its meaning and soon opened
a fertility clinic that quickly became an international success. But just three years later, communists overtook Czechoslovakia and closed
the clinic. But Dr. Jonas found a way to persevere and, now in his 90s, he continues to help women conceive at his clinic in the Slovac Republic: Centrum Jonas International.
And contrary to conventional wisdom, the Moon's zodiac sign at conception determines gender: masculine signs bring boys & feminine signs bring girls. This has been borne out through tens of thousands of births over 65+ years.
So know the date & time of conception, too, ladies.
In 2003, researchers at the University of Saskatchewan discovered that
women ovulate more than once a month: "...most women in their study
had at least two times during their cycle when eggs developed. . ."
The most comprehensive book on lunar fertility is Astrological Birth Control by Sheila Ostrander & Lynn Schroeder. Written in 1972, it's ageless & priceless and should be reprinted. No surprise it's not.
The safest & most effective birth control is the cervical cap, yet few have even heard of it. The cap is basically a condom for the cervix, used since ancient times and inserted up to three days prior to intercourse. But when the Pill was introduced, the cap disappeared from the market. And when women complained that the Pill made them ill, the diaphragm took the cap's place,
a messy and awkward substitute. So who benefits from this poor decision?
Two words, three syllables, second syllable is harm.
Growing frustration with messy & toxic options finally led back to the cap, but who's overseeing the design? The lone current option is the FemCap,
hard plastic that resembles a sailor's cap and can't be comfortable for either partner. And it requires a prescription, for a piece of plastic? And good luck finding a physician who offers them. Talk about an effective barrier!
Why are there no female condoms? Safe, effective, easy to use, comfy,
cheap & totally liberating to all women. And men, too. But what would become of the many industries that benefit from its absence? So let's
hope someone invents a cervical condom and lives to tell the tale.
The Complete Cervical Cap Guide by Rebecca Chalker is a great resource.
And assuming a female condom or user-friendly cervical cap does emerge, spermicide is not required. The chemical industry sits atop the corporate pyramid, but women are born to make babies, not corporate profits,
unless we choose to, and usually unwittingly.
In 2004, Dr. Jonathan Tilly of Harvard & MGH discovered that new eggs are produced in women throughout their reproductive years, like all mammals:
"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." ~ Dr. Jonathan Tilly 2012
Dr. Jonathan Tilly
This knowledge could lead to the reversal of menopause. So how did such
an anti-female theory become conventional wisdom? Some have tried unsuccessfully to debunk Dr. Tilly's research and only strengthened
the foundation of his research.
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC 2012:
Women Can Make New Eggs After All, Stem-Cell Study Hints
BOSTON UNIVERSITY 2012
Massachusetts General Researchers Discover Stem Cell That Makes Eggs
NIH grant helps scientist revolutionize fertility research for over 20 years
NORTHEASTERN EDU 2017
Reproductive biology: Fertility research brings death of dogma, birth of hope
A Northeastern-led team is uprooting modern reproductive biology
NORTHEASTERN GLOBAL 2010:
Fertility research brings death of dogma, birth of hope
INDEPENDENT UK 2012:
Scientists rewrite rules of human reproduction
Reproductive biology: Fertile mind
And for women over forty who wish to conceive, I highly recommend
Enhancing Fertility After Age 40 , by Jan Andersen. Her organization, MothersOver40.com, has brought joy to so many women.
Lauren & Jan
Jan invited me to write an article on lunar fertility for her book...
The Moon is the Key
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