The Moon and Its Link To Fertility

The Moon governs the tides and the biological rhythms of plants, animals, and humans. Her monthly cycle is the template for all life cycles. She regulates the menstruation cycle, breasts, stomach, and childbirth as the mother figure in astrology. The concept of the moon influencing reproductive lives may appear arcane, far-fetched, or generally ridiculous to the modern western mind, yet there is plenty of old history, anecdotal evidence, and scientific studies that seem to suggest fertility and the moon are connected in some unknown way.

The Jonas Approach

Dr. Eugen Jonas, a Czechoslovakian physician, discovered an old Assyrian astrological document saying that “women are pregnant during specific phases of the moon” in the 1950s. These few words from ancient literature encouraged him to figure out which phase of the moon they were referring to. He discovered his answer after a considerable period of research and many calculations.

Dr. Jonas discovered that, in addition to the usual period of ovulation, which is measured two weeks after the last menstrual cycle, women can also conceive when the sun and moon replicate the angle they were sitting at the time the woman was born. He referred to this as “spontaneous ovulation,” and discovered that conception occurred more frequently during this Sun/Moon relationship than during the usual ovulation cycle.

Surprisingly, it makes no difference what stage of a woman’s cycle she is in. When the time is right, the time is right. Even if it corresponds with the woman’s menstruation, spontaneous ovulation happens and the possibility of pregnancy is very high.

In the mid-1960s, Dr. Jonas put his discovery into practice and was able to help women use their own Sun/Moon angular relationship not only as a natural form of birth control but also to help supposedly infertile women become pregnant. The Jonas Method is still used today as a natural birth control method and by many nervous parents who were previously unable to conceive.

Every once in a blue moon
A blue full moon may appear to be a “once in a blue moon” opportunity to become pregnant. However, a blue moon is just a full moon that does not correspond to any of the months on the calendar. According to one version of the blue moon narrative, because each of the 12 full moons in a typical year has a name, such as September’s Harvest Full Moon, the 13th full moon in a year likewise needs a name. As a result, the extra full moon was given the name blue.

Fertility Zodiac and Astrological Signs
While it’s critical to know when you’re most fertile, astrological indications appear to be of little use in determining this. However, if there is a question regarding fertility, this can be determined, if not conclusively, by evaluating the natal chart for fertility. Fertility astrology employs age-old methodologies that have been practiced since at least the first century B.C.

Traditional astrologers divide the signs into three categories: fertile, semi-fruitful, and barren.

Cancer, Scorpio, and Pisces are fruitful (fertile) signs.
Libra, Taurus, and Capricorn are semi-fruitful (fertile) signs.
Aries, Gemini, Leo, Virgo, Sagittarius, and Aquarius are the barren signs.
The planets are also divided into three categories: fertile, semi-fruitful, and barren.

The following planets are fertile (fruitful): the Moon, Venus, and Jupiter.
Mercury and Venus are semi-fruitful (fertile) planets.
The barren planets are the Sun, Mars, and Saturn.

Fruitful planets in fruitful signs imply fertility when evaluating a natal chart for fertility. Infertility is indicated by barren planets in barren signs. Fruitful planets can also be found in barren signs, and vice versa. If the signs appear to be evenly balanced, no decision can be taken.

Furthermore, whether a couple will have children cannot be predicted with any degree of precision based on the woman’s specific natal chart because having children is not solely dependent on the woman. To estimate the total reproductive potential, the natal charts of both prospective parents must be analyzed and the individual indicators merged. Furthermore, any of this can be influenced by transits or progressions, which can either increase or decrease the potential.

As a result, consider these classifications with a grain of salt because they just scratch the surface. Fertility astrology is a wide and difficult subject that is best handled by an astrologer who specializes in fertility astrology.

The Natural Method of Family Planning
Perhaps it’s a natural occurrence or pure chance that the moon takes 29.5 days to revolve around the earth, which corresponds to the length of time most women have in their menstrual cycle. Even scientists appear to agree that it is not unreasonable to believe the moon has something to do with fertility. Getting in tune with the moon and her cycles may be the finest natural birth control and fertility treatment available for couples looking for a more natural form of family planning.

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