Racing Sperms vs. Selective Ovum
Long before the dawn of modern medical science, it was
believed that the female was solely responsible for the
gender of her offspring. In fact, in many non-western
countries the woman is still blamed when repeatedly
giving birth to girls.
Medical scientists of the western world claim the exact
opposite. Backed by their discovery of two types of sperms
(x-chromosome and y-chromosome) they claim that the
gender depends solely on what the male delivers. The
sperms race towards the egg and the fastest one becomes
But is it really that simple? A series of discoveries during
the 20th century seem to prove that there is an invisible
interaction between the egg and the sperms, which appears
to be electrostatic in nature. Already in 1933 two Russian
scientists showed that the x-chromosome and
y-chromosome have opposite electrical charge. The same
scientists also proved that the two types of sperms could
be separated by the use of an anode (plate with positive
charge) and cathode (plate with negative charge).
Later on a French cellular biologist made an intriguing
discovery. He noticed that also the ovum membrane
carries an electrical charge, and even more intriguing, that
the polarity of the charge is changing in a cyclic manner.
This was named the polarity cycle of the ovum membrane.
It appears that, by means of electrostatic attraction and
repulsion, it dictates which type of sperm is allowed near
In simple terms, these discoveries indicate that
the woman's ovum membrane chooses whether to
fertilize with the x-chromosome or
y-chromosome sperms. Thus it is correct to say that
the female is responsible for the sex of the baby. And this is
exactly what the ancient Chinese point out.
Polarity Cycles and the Gender Calendar
There is no record of how the Chinese Gender Calendar
came about, but it appears to have its roots in the highly
developed Chinese astrology, along with the doctrine of
the five elements and statistics gathered during a long
period of time. You may not have considered it, but many
people believe that astrology and the fertility of a woman
The Chinese were used to thinking in terms of cycles and
had understood that two separate cycles are at work in the
female reproductive system. The one is the ovulation cycle
and the second, which has been virtually ignored by
modern medical science, is the polarity cycle of the ovum
In the western world, this cycle was not examined until the
1950s, when Dr Eugen Jonas, a Czechoslovakian
gynecologist, was brave enough to think outside the box.
He set up a fertility clinic and carried out scientific tests on
thousands of women, where he linked the female cycles
and gender selection with astrological alignments.
In China this had already been done ages ago. The findings
were systemized into the Chinese Gender Calendar, a
manifest of ancient wisdom that still can aid us in our