Sunday, June 29, 2014


One of the main problems with science is that they forget to take into account that when they play around with these technologies, there are souls involved!!!! The creation of life should NEVER involve technology. Period. And I refer here not just to fertility technologies but also to every single aspect of what passes for prenatal "care" and birth support in the western world. Technology is the work of God's opposite. It is UNnatural and will always, every time, negatively effect us, and especially our consciousness.

These children are not just "embryos" and their parents are not just sperm and egg donors. These are lives we are talking about! And these lives are being created in an intensely artificial and cold way.

Any child that is conceived through in vitro fertilization will suffer because they are created in the absence of human love and in a context where science has tried to take the place of God. This is VERY dark technology. And of course the children will suffer. How could it be otherwise?

This is extremely sad.

Source Articles:

In Vitro Fallout - Donor IVF Teen Says I wish I Had Never Been Born

Donor IVF baby who says 'I wish I'd never been born': It's the great IVF taboo - how will a child feel about never knowing their biological parents? For this family, the answer was shattering
"...The reality is that we should have never made the “leftovers” to begin with. A couple of years ago the UK Embryo Authority released numbers that are shocking. From every one child born using IVF, as many as 30 embryos are created. We need to stop the mass production of human embryos just to boost success rates.

Gracie’s story is not just about the industrial mass manufacturing of human embryos. Her ordeal speaks directly to the use of donor eggs or sperm. Children conceived with donor gametes are purposely created to be denied half of their story and, like Gracie, they can keenly feel the loss of half of their identity.

Alana S. Newman, founder of and a donor-conceived adult, is bravely standing up for the rights of those intentionally denied what she believes is a fundamental right: the right to a relationship with one’s biological parents. She writes:

The facts of my conception are that my father was paid to abandon me. There is no dignity in that. I suffered from debilitating identity issues, mistrust of the opposite sex, hatred and condemnation of the opposite sex, feelings of objectification – like I only exist as a play – toy for others, and feeling like a science experiment.

If people can take away something so precious as a mother or father and make us feel like we should be grateful for the loss, what else can people take away from us? How do you expect the next generation to fight for things like freedom, democracy, clean air, clean water, when something as precious and basic as your mother or father is stolen from you? Removed by the state… Removed by a fertility industry that forces you into existence and then doesn’t return your calls when you grow up and start banging on their doors asking for records… Removed by a commissioning parent, often your other biological parent who vowed to protect and provide for you, but only on the contingency that you show gratitude for your life and don’t ask questions about the other missing parent….

It is truly time to start listening to voices of those like Gracie and Alana. The children of the wild west fertility industry are telling us that they aren’t just fine. The worst thing we can do is to tell them to “shut-up and be grateful for your life.” Instead we have to acknowledge their pain and reign in the “anything goes” attitude toward reproduction that prevails in our society..."

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