The Lunar BioRhythmic Fertility Cycle
The lunar rhythms of the moon play a role in the natural menstrual fertility cycle in women. The celestial forces of the moon have the power to move the ocean tide. Imagine the impact of these forces on us! Lunar rhythms and their influence on our well-being have been studied for hundreds of years.
It is not a coincidence that in many cultures, the moon is a symbol for fertility, femininity and the menstrual cycle. The average menstrual cycle length is approximately 28 to 30 days. The lunar orbit around the earth takes 28 days. It takes 29.5 days from one full moon to the next, which is known as the lunar month. This is almost identical to the average woman’s monthly fertility cycle.
And here is how it all came together.
Some six decades ago a young Slovakian doctor named Eugen Jonas made an astonishing discovery — that women have not one but two fertility cycles. In addition to the hormonal cycle (one that the medical scientific community widely accepts) Dr. Jonas found that women have another fertility cycle linked to the cycles of the Moon called the Lunar BioRhythmic Cycle.
The nature of the Lunar BioRhythmic Cycle is very similar to how the moon affects the ocean as seen by the changing tides. The effect the moon has on the female menstrual cycle may also affect a woman’s peak fertile time. It has been observed that many women conceive not during their expected and charted hormonal ovulation period, but rather in line with their lunar peak.
Dr. Jonas established that the time of fertility occurs during the same phase of the moon as the one in which a woman was born. He also found that the gender of the child is determined by the position of the moon during the time of a woman’s fertility. In addition, he found that conception during certain phases led to pregnancy complications, owing to less than ideal gravitational forces coming into play.