An ominous sign in any species, infertility is not just an­other disease or “problem.”

When birds’ eggs don’t hatch their species is doomed. so we learned from the DDT experiment humans did with birds in the 1960’s. The DDT changed the thickness of their egg shells so they cracked when the mother bird sat on them. All changes are experiments whether intentional or unintentional. Nature by itself produces sweeping changes, too, such as droughts, wind storms, fires, ice ages, but usually living things had time or mo­bility to adapt to them. When there wasn’t time, and they couldn’t run away, the species went extinct.

Are we humans an exception to this rule of adapt or perish? Nobody feels more helpless and hopeless than the infertile cou­ple. They can not run away, time is limited, and obviously ad­aptation is not occurring. More likely their lineage will perish. The couples’ only wish is “Give us one child, now.” Surely, it is their birthright, as it is any living creatures’, to reproduce.

Can we relax with the assurance that our intelligence, through the arm of science, will always rescue us? Are test tube fertilizations, fertility drugs, Cesarean sections, incubators for premature babies all triumphs for science? No, they are signs of reproductive failure for the human species.

When the concern is overpopulation of this planet, repro­ductive failure might seem less ominous. Maybe it’s no worse than the natural way any species curbs its growth rate. Maybe only those who can survive parasitism, pollution and immune deficiency should survive in order to strengthen the species. But when reproductive intervention becomes a necessity, not an op­tion, surely the danger signal is present as it was for the DDT’d birds who saw cracks develop in their eggs. The solution to our reproductive failure is not to find ever more artificial ways to conceive, to give birth, and to care for damaged babies. The solution is to fix the old fashioned way; to safeguard the natural way.

If you are unable to conceive or to provide viable sperms use an intelligent approach. Remove the obstacles. The obstacles are parasites and pollutants, the same enemies of health we have seen before.

Kill all large and small parasites with a zapper and the herbal parasite killing program. Don’t try to keep a pet parasite free, give it away. Living close to another species is a luxury you can’t afford at present. The pet can live with its parasites, you can’t. Remember to kill bacteria and viruses too, especially Gardnerella, Neisseria, Treponema, the ancient enemies of hu­man reproduction.

Is it safe to kill parasites if you might be pregnant?

The electronic way of killing parasites is safe if you use a frequency generator. The frequencies of parasites and bacteria are far away from human frequencies. The treatment with each frequency is short. There are no side effects.

The zapper has not been tested and should not be used during pregnancy.

The herbal way of killing parasites has been used by pregnant women without bad effects but this is not enough safeguard. I recommend waiting until the baby is born if at all possible. The treatment is long and intense. The growing baby is exposed continuously to herbs. Perhaps this is preferable to the toxins produced by parasites. You must use your own judgment. obviously it is wiser to take a chance on herbs than to take a chance on inheriting AIDS or “genetic” diseases.

Part two of regaining your reproductive freedom to have a child is removing pollutants. Gold, silver, copper and mercury can accumulate in the reproductive organs, wrecking the delicate hormone balance between estrogen and progesterone, or wrecking the motility of sperm. Research has not been done to search for dental metal in the uterus, ovaries and testicle of in­fertile couples. You can do this research yourself. slides of ovary tissue cost less than $10.00 as do other parts of the repro­ductive system. Search for dental metal yourself. Remove all dental metal from your mouth, and replace it with metal-free composite. Extract teeth with root canals.