|The Biorhythms theory is a theory based on the fact that each human being, from the moment he is born, is ruled by their biorhythms or circadian rhythms of nature. It rules the alternance sleep/awakening season and the mechanism of hormonal secretion. There are three major biorhythms also called cycles: the physical cycle, the emotional cycle and the intellectual cycle.
We will see later that the impact of the women’s biorhythms on their hormonal secretions has a major influence on the determination of the sex of the baby at the time of conception.
We can find the first origin of the biorhythms theory in the Antique times when Hippocrates, a famous physician, questioned himself two thousand years ago on "good" and "bad days" cycles; as he noticed emotional fluctuations with his own patients.
We will have to wait until 1897 to see the first Doctors and Professors to highlight these biorhythms theory in a more scientific way.
|The first of them, Dr Wilhelm Fliess, identified two major biorhythms (physical and emotional) as he has gathered a vast number of statistics from his patients on the periodic apparition of emotional diseases and affections. Later, he noticed that these cycles established themselves as an internal clock in each of us, starting the day of our birth and lasting all our existence.
Almost simultaneously, in 1902, and at several thousands miles of distance, Dr Hermann Swoboda, Professor of psychology at the University of Vienna, came to the same conclusions on the physical and emotional rhythms. Today, these two doctors are considered as the « fathers of the biorhythms » so much their conclusions were similar and without consulting each other.
Dr Swoboda, went further in his research and identified complex mathematical rules that demonstrated the regularity and exactitude of these biological rhythms; thus allowing him to predict biorhythms. He also identified the "critical day"; a specific day when the cycles are simultaneously in their negative phase and which is translated by a big instability. These are days during which we are not in a great form and when you feel like curling up under the duvet with a cup of tea and hiding from the world!
|Finally, in 1920, Alfred Teltscher, Professor in technology and a famous mathematician at the University of Innsbruck, brought to light the last one of the three biorhythms: the intellectual rhythm. He simply observed his large number of students during several years to discover that there were phases when they were able to absorb a lot of information, to think quickly and easily and other phases when their intellectual capabilities were significantly diminished. He identified the intellectual cycle. Between 1928 and 1932, Dr Hersey and Dr Bennett, both psychologists at the University of Pennsylvania, mirrored exactly the same results without having knowledge of Alfred Teltscher's work and research!
We will need to wait until the 60s so that researchers looked at the possibility to determine the sex of a baby by the examination of the mother’s biorhythms. Their conclusions were very positive as the research demonstrated a success rate of 95 %. Dr Irvin Fisher and John Toran published their results, respectively in the Ladie’s Home Journal in 1962 and in the New York World Telegraph in 1963.
These results are based on the fact that the determination of the sex of the baby at the time of the conception is connected to the acidity of the vaginal environment on which the biorhythms exercise a big influence. The combination of the biorhythms influences either towards an alkaline vaginal environment which allows passing sperm cells Y (boy), or towards an acid vaginal environment which allows passing sperm cells X (girl). It is also considered that the influence of the biorhythms modifies the electromagnetism of the membranes of the ovum (egg), thus facilitating the passage of sperm cells Y (boy) or the passage of sperm cells X (girl).
From this theory, we propose you Girl (or Boy) Calendars which will allow you to know your most favourable dates to the conception of a baby girl (or a baby boy).