Volume 10, Issue 6, page 7

Birth Control and Sex Selection
HE DISTINCTION between the male and
female (or positive' and negative)
rhythms does not depend on the predominance of the impulses present,
but on the joint intensity of these
rhythms. If we can know the correct
rhythm of an organism, we can determine its exact nature and know
how it will conduct itself under
any definite circumstances. There
are four groupings for measuring the impulses of a human :
A. Both the man and the woman may be high.

B. The man may be high and the woman low.

C. The woman may be high and the man low.

D. Both the man and woman may be at low.

This system is useful for biological
reasons. In the case of a married couple,
the sum of their total impulses will determine the sex of their offspring. If
they wish a male child, they choose a time
for copulation when their impulses, added
together, are predominantly positive (or
masculine). If they desire a girl child,
they choose a time when their total impulses are feminine (or negative). If
they wish no pregnancy at all, they choose
a time when all impulses are at low. If
copulation occurs at a time when the
rhythms are changing direction (crossing
the midline), sort of hanging in a state
of suspended animation, the foetus when
born will be "either /or" -- it won't know
for sure if it is male or female, and
this results in homosexuality. This can be
avoided by parental wisdom at time of
conception. If humans would pay as much
attention to their breeding as livestock
farmers do with their animals, we wouldn't
have so many deficient and deformed children come into the world as we do. Husbandmen try for superior results, whereas
we human animals just skid along thru
life, hit or miss (mostly hoping it's a
miss). When there is a low, low total of
both parents on the rhythmic scale, there
will be no pregnancy.

And herein\lies the most perfect, safe,
logical, and useful method of birth control. "Planned parenthood" organizations ,
take notice. A doctor at Iowa State University says he can distinguish between
boy and girl embryos as early as the third
week of development, but I have yet to
hear a doctor say