A woman’s fertility is often more than a number. To get to a good fertility level, a woman needs to understand her own life pattern. This leads to a lot of complicated astrological charts that can take years to complete. However, if a woman is able to understand her own fertility pattern, she can then better understand the fertility levels of other women around her. This can lead to a better understanding of the fertility cycles of other women as well.
The fertility charts are meant to be used by women to understand the fertility level of other women around them. For example, because of our own fertility cycle, we have a tendency to get married late. We tend to get pregnant a lot later in life, and this can lead to fertility problems. So one way we can understand our own fertility level is by understanding those around us.
Astrology is the study and practice of interpreting and observing the movements of the moon, planets, and stars in the sky. In the astrological sense, the “fertility” of a woman is her menstrual cycle, as well as the phases of her birthstone.
While it can be fun to read the birthstone chart of someone to determine if they will be going through menopause soon, there are other factors that may impact the fertility of a woman. One is that a woman’s womb is still somewhat sensitive to hormones that affect the growth of the ovaries, which in turn affects her fertility.
The other factor is that a womans womb is not exactly the same as a man’s. Some women have a small uterus, others not enough to grow an ovary. A more extreme variant of this is called “polycystic ovary syndrome,” which is also associated with infertility.
While it’s rare, it’s not impossible for a woman to be infertile. And while it’s not impossible for a woman to be infertile, it’s very unlikely that one could have both female and male reproductive organs simultaneously.
I have to admit I’m not exactly a fan of the idea of a womans uterus being a vagina. And as for the idea that a womans womb would be only the size of a penis, well, I think that’s just plain ridiculous. Having a real vagina would be extremely useful for conceiving a child, and if a womans womb is just a vagina, then that means that a womans vagina is just a vagina.
This is also a great example of how people with an overly narrow definition of “man” can, in fact, have a vagina. Although I do agree that a vagina is not a vagina, its a little less ridiculous that a vagina is only a vagina. It also shows how a woman’s vagina could be the size of a penis, or a man’s vagina could be the size of a woman’s vagina.
So where does it go from there? Well Astrology is the study of the heavens, so it’s pretty well established that there’s a lot of symbolism in the act of having a vagina. As such, fertility in astrology is quite literally a metaphor for the act of having a vagina. An astrologer may use the word vagina several times during a consultation, for example, while describing a horoscope to a client.
So if you have a vagina or a vagina-like area, you’re likely to run into fertility issues in astrology. For example, if you have a small penis, you will most likely be barren because you will not produce a lot of sperm. The reverse is true too, if you have a large vagina, you have plenty of sperm and the chances of you producing a lot of sperm are high.