Down in this thread David Justus wrote a thoughtful commentary, at one point wondering if the negative effects of abortion on the body (I was writing specifically about “chi” or “energy”) would be similar in the case of a miscarriage or spontaneous abortion.
Clearly, the energetic (whatever you want to call it) effects on a body would not be the same, because the circumstances are completely different in terms of human body chemistry, and I just wanted to touch briefly on that with regards to the story that routinely surfaces within the MSM only to be quickly buried – the idea that there may be a link between abortion and breast cancer.
A spontaneous abortion happens with the co-operation of the body – thus hormones and body chemistry decrease or increase and the body “knows” what is happening long before the mother does. Cells have intelligence and memory (notice you don’t have to “think” about driving your car or playing your piano) and when a mother is losing her baby, the body knows it, through all of the internal workings what must take place to expel the fetus.
While a spontaneous abortion is a tragedy for those of us who have had to endure them – they are usually not a trauma to the body.
Not so with an induced abortion. A woman considering and finally having an abortion may send all sorts of stress signals to her body, but they are not signals that decrease hormone levels or in any way prepare the body for the sudden, violent ripping out of the baby, and the odd “does not compute” message its glands receive when they are delivering a chemistry that the body suddenly does not require.
These cells are not reabsorbed after an induced abortion; the body – traumatized and confused, does not know what to do with them, and these are the cells which eventually become cancer.
Perhaps it is a psychological phenomenon; we know living cells have memory. Perhaps these cells, not knowing what else to do, decide that they are meant to carry guilt, ambivalent feelings, grief, etc; they carry those feelings not only for the abortion but for other negative, black events in one’s life, and eventually run out of control.
That last paragraph is only my theory and probably a screwy one at that, but the link between abortion and breast cancer is intriguing and I wish, for the sake of so many women, that serious attention would be paid to the question, with credible research and results made public.
You’d think the feminist leadership would want it, too, but we learned a long time ago that they are not interested in helping women; they only want to advance their power.
Speaking of David Justus, btw, he has an excellent post ruminating on faith and science and his own personal musings over at his blog, which is a very good one. His blog is one of the most balanced I’ve ever read, as David really does seem to like to weigh both sides of an argument equally. He is well named!