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A story of God’sProvidence
Dr John J Billings – April 2000
When taking a long look into the future it is appropriate to begin by reviewing the past. That is what I propose to do, to move quickly though the development, validation and promotion of the Billings Ovulation Method. Many events within this history will be well known to you but none of you will know them all. In any event a view in chronological order gives a particular perspective, part of which is a confrontation with the working of Providence, which is the essence, the distillate which is there to be recognised and acknowledged with the deepest gratitude of which the human heart is capable
THE QUEST – leading to the discovery of the Billings Ovulation Method
Dr John Billings
The medical research which led eventually to the recognition, development and refinement of the Billings Ovulation Method began in Melbourne in 1953. At that time, now nearly 50 years ago, the only natural methods of regulating fertility were the Rhythm Method and the Temperature Method, but there was not yet very much interest in the Temperature Method. The gynaecologists showed little interest at all in natural methods except a few Catholic gynaecologists who taught the Rhythm Method.