Volume 10, Issue 5, page 7

Riding Our lips', Coasting Our `Downs'
Our First Breath Starts Us on Positive
and Negative Lifewaves, Writer Claims
VERY human being has a cycle of existence beginning with the first
breath of life, which responds to
biological, numerical, and cosmical
rhythms. These rhythms regulate the
development, maturity, and waning
I of all affairs of life, whether it
be an embryo, a disease or illness,
the building of a house, the development of a business project, or
anything you might name which comes into
existence, or is created thru natural law
or man's volition. This cycle has been
given the term " Bio-Rhytmus" -- Bio meaning
body and rhytmus meaning rhythm, named
and copyrighted by its discoverer, Prof.
Ellerbak, of Berlin, Germany.

A rhythm is a continuing process, rising to a climax, leveling off, then falling, ever repeating themselves like the
ebb and flow of the tides. We found in the
beginning of our studies that the rhythms
have two currents; positive and negative;
later, we discovered there was a third
current which we named "X" until we had
researched deeper into the subject.

All humans have all three rhythms. The positive rhythm is 23 days in length and is called
the masculine (or physical) lifewave. The negative rhythm is of 28 days in length and is
called the feminine (or emotional, passive)
lifewave. Then we found that the "X" rhythm
was influencing our thinking processes and was
common to both sexes, so we called it the
neutral (or intellectual) rhythm, and it is 33
days in length.

To determine where you are on the rhythm
scale, we must first begin with your birthdate
(and this has nothing to do with the planets;
that belongs in the field of astrology). We
then make a mathematical computation to the
date you wish to know about. Each day in the
cycle has a numerical value. When your lifewaves are rising (or at high tide), your battery is discharging and you have much pep and
energy to work with. When your lifewaves are
charging, you should rest and relax and give
them an opportunity to recharge. If your car
had a dead battery and was in the garage being
charged, if every few minutes you took it out
and started up a motor with it, it would never
get "charged" in that manner, would it? The
same thing happens to our human battery -- we
run here and there doing things we think important, and don't give ourselves a chance to
build up. Many doctors believe the resulting
"stress-syndromes" are the cause of so much
illness in our nation today.

We are at our best when we are at high tide,
and at our worst when at low tide. The low
tensions cause the weak moments. Disease and
death occur only when the negative influences
predominate in the rhythms. If you had a job to
do which required physical energy, you would
check your positive lifewave to make sure the
cycle was at high tide. If you were going to
propose marriage, you would check her emotional
lifewave to make sure she would respond favorably to you. (These lifewaves are indicated on
a graph with red and blue curves, respectively.) We are happy and confident when our emotional or sensitive lifewaves are at high tide.
When they are at low tide, we feel discouraged
-- sometimes even depressed. In our research it
has been found that all suicides occur when we
are at low time on the negative (or feminine)
lifewave. Marilyn Monroe was at minus 2.2 on
the rhythm scale when she died. Of course, we
go thru many "lows" without anything disastrous
happening. A negative low period alone will
not cause one to carry out a death wish. But
if it coincides with an adverse aspect in the
horoscope, the story might end differently.
Likewise, a "lucky " day won't protect you if
your bloodstream is at low tide.

Europeans seem more aware of the value of
knowing your rhythms in advance. At Locarno ,
Switzerland, records have been kept in o n e
hospital of more than 10,000 patients. Doctors
there will not operate when the physical lifewave is at low tide, unless it is an emergency
and cannot wait. They learned by experience
that a patient has more resistance to disease
and will recover more quickly 'if they are at
high tide when undergoing surgery. Jeff Chandler had his fateful surgery when he was at low
tide; had they waited a few more days, he would
have been at high tide.

In Zurich, Switzerland, the public transportation system keeps graphs on their bus
drivers, and only the ones at high tide are
given' the hazardous jobs; the others are given
the routine work. Life insurance companies
have reduced their accident rates by taking
advantage of this science.

Animals also are under the law of rhythm,
altho horses. are the only ones I have checked
thoroly. A horse can't win if he is at low
tide, even tho the odds are in favor of it.
The announcer may say, "He got off to a good
start, but seemed to tire easily". If the owner
had thought enough of his horse and was intelligent enough to live by Bio-Rhytmus, he would
not have run it in a race when it should have
been resting, thereby lengthening the racing
life of the animal. Like the human, it takes
the horse longer to recuperate, after it has
"pushed" itself vs. Mother Nature.

For example, C. V. Whitney raced his $300,000 horse, Swiss Roll, when she was at low tide
on May 10, 1961. She fell and broke her foot.
At first they were afraid she might have to be
destroyed, but later were able to save her for
breeding purposes -- but her racing days were
over. Whitney himself was at a point in the
rhythm scale that we call "doubly cautious",
since both his positive and negative lifewaves
were changing direction on that date. His
physical lifewave was going from low tide into