Revolutionary discoveries of Dr. E. Jonas...In summer of 1956, the abortion was legalized in Hungary. That is, a medical procedure that displaces an already living foetus from the woman's body was legalized.
After the Soviet Union, Hungary was the second country in Europe where this inhumane and Godless law allowing the murder of children yet unborn became a reality.
There was a serious worry that other countries would follow this horrible example.
Doctors had been entrusted to preserve the lives of their patients, and suddenly they are asked to kill as the law permits it! In addition to this atrocity, abortion also represents a large risk for women during the procedure. After a woman has an abortion, there is a possibility of an infection as well as of a chronic malfunction of a permanent character and infertility. Spouses might want to have a child later on, only to find out that this is no longer possible. There is also the mental and moral aspect to consider.
A woman who has had an abortion may suddenly realize, "I have killed my own future child!" Depression and endless remorse set in. Who will help these women? Did the legislators take this into consideration? They identified the means without considering the end result.
That is why a young doctor in Nitra, Slovakia, started to study this problem intensively, trying to find out how to prevent pregnancy using natural means so that undesirable procedures might be pre-empted. This young medic remembered that ancient doctors were aware of the laws governing the fertility cycle in women and used them in their practice. But how?
Dr. Jonas was lucky. On 15 August 1956, on the Feast of the Assumption of Virgin Mary, he discovered the rules he searched for. He discovered the precise influence on the female fertility and on the gender of the newly conceived fetus.
Having checked several cases, Dr. Jonas found that the result of the calculations matched the researched cases. Thus, Dr. Jonas, a great disciple of the Mother Of God, dedicated his discoveries (including those he would make in the future, as if sensing that there would be more of them) to the Heavenly Mother. He added a wish that they might be of use to mothers all around the world.
After a few dozen births and following a number of children from the circle of his friends, Dr. Jonas gathered sufficient material showing that the discovered correlation was indeed precise. In September 1956 he sent his discovery to the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. However, soon thereafter a revolution broke out in Hungary. Even though he has sent in his discovery again, later in life, he has not received a reply till this day.
Dr. E. Jonas' colleagues suggested that he sent his discovery to the Slovak Academy of Sciences. The reply came soon: "We are not in a position to respond..." An answer worth of Solomon. However, his followers suggested he send his discoveries "to Prague, they won't reject you!" He concurred. Thereupon he received a reply from Dr. Jiri Malek, a gynaecologist: "Dr. Jonas' thesis seems to be substantiated, but it is necessary for him to explain his thesis and to provide a calendar (for the calculation method) and the evidential material."
This was his first scientific recognition. At the time, Dr. Jonas worked as a psychiatrist and could devote only his own free time for his research. Because of this, on the suggestion of Dr. Malek from Prague, Dr. Aurel Hudcovic invited Dr. Jonas to his Second Maternity Clinic in Bratislava for a period of four weeks to verify the method right at the specialized site. All the health organizations cooperated with Dr. Jonas to enable him to conduct his research.
Dr. Jonas discovered further connections: gynaecologists calculated the probable date of birth from the date of the last menstruation. Seldom did the date predicted by them coincide with the actual birth date. Dr. Jonas gathered a great number of cases and found out that in 54% of the cases the birth took place sooner than predicted. The difference was up to 46 days, while in 34% of the cases the term was longer, up to 57 days. In only 12% of the cases did the birth coincide with the gynaecologist's calculation. Only normal newborns (normal weight and size) were included in the statistics. Pathological cases were left out.
It was clear that the menstruation could not be used as a starting point for such calculation. Dr. Jonas helped himself with a more objective indicator: the size and weight of the newborns and divided them in three groups:
- Oversize newborns over 3800g and over 51cm with an average pregnancy of 9 months and 13 days. Number of cases: 14%.
- Average newborns between 3000 and 3800g or 45 to 50cm; pregnancy of 8 months and 20 days; Number of cases: 76%.
- Undersize newborns between 2200 and 3000g or 45 to 50cm; pregnancy of 7 months and 20 days. Number of cases: 10%.
Using the Q Table, it was easy for Dr. Jonas to review some 8,000 birth as they followed one by one at four maternity clinics and hospitals from January till December 1960. He specified the time of conception, the gender of conceived, their viability or non-viability. From the given material he further derived rules governing the conception of twins, their gender, their viability (altogether 13 combinations). He checked a great number of heavily deformed foetuses (born headless and with other serious defects). A gynaecologist, Dr. Jiri Malek, and an astronomer, Dr. F. Link, both from Prague, reviewed this material.
Thereupon, Dr. Malek asked Dr. Jonas to calculate, in front of a committee of gynaecologists, at least 50 cases of gender of newborns while unaware whether making a calculation for a boy or a girl. Two committees were formed: one in a maternity hospital in Nitra and one at the second maternity clinic in Bratislava. The results were good: 83% correct! Dr. Malek invited Dr. Jonas to the Academy of Sciences in Prague to lecture about his hypotheses and the results of his research at the First National Conference on Biorhythms in December 1964.
Dr. Jonas sent his discoveries to Prof. Kurt Rechnitz, the Head Doctor of the First Maternity Clinic in Budapest, and a recognized astronomer who understood the substance of these discoveries with little need of explanation. Dr. Jonas soon obtained the news that the results of the local maternity hospital confirmed his findings.