Are women's periods hydrophobic?

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April 20, 2009 8:30AM

This is an excellent question. Actually, it is a theory of my

husband's that a woman's cycle is determined by messages sent

through water during development in the womb. Girls as they are

being developed in the womb form all the eggs that they will ever

have in their life. The human body is made of mostly of water. We

believe that memories, instincts, even the girl's monthly cycle is

trasmitted to her through her mother's water/fluid filled womb. In

the water is carried a message of all these things her body will

need to do once she reaches sexual maturity. We call this "message"

LifeConscious. So, to answer your question, no. I believe the

opposite; that in fact, women's periods need water to carry on in

the way we evolved as a human species to function.

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