Fertility & Astrology: the Jonas-Dicu method to identify the fertile days · March 30, 2017, 6:45 GMT
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Fertility & Astrology
The Jonas-Dicu method to identify the fertile days
The astrological reasearch revealed that there are fertile days for each woman according to her natal chart. Using them in order to conceive might be a solution to otherwise unexplainable infertility.
The method proposed by dr.Eugene Jonas, a Czech psychiatrist, in order to identify the fertile days in a woman's from her natal chart consists in calculating the Sun-Moon distance in the natal chart and looking in the ephemeris for the monthly moment when the exact same distance will be reproduced by the transiting Sun and Moon.
Later research added to these days, the days when the angle (distance) between the transiting Sun and Moon is reproduces the distance from the natal Sun to the natal Moon's antiscion. This adds another astrologically fertile day each month.
Antiscia (or solstice point), is a Greek term which literally means a shadow on the other side. It is a mirror or reflection point equidistant from the 0° Cancer - 0° Capricorn axis, the solstice axis (such as 9°11' Libra and 20°48' Pisces).
The Romanian astrologer Mihaela Dicu identified another fertile day each month when the angle (distance) between the transiting Sun and Moon is reproduces the distance from the natal Sun to the opposite point of natal Moon's antiscion, that is the natal Moon's contrascion. (according to an article published in Astrele, a monthly Romanian-language astrological magazine)
The astrologer's task is therefore to identify these 3 monthly moments, discard from the list those moments that might announce big difficulties or an abortion risk and then advise the woman to have intercourse on those days, as close as possible to the indicated time.