Biologists describing the phenomena associated with conception tell us that from the outside they see an ovule being released by an ovary into a space apart of the female reproduction organs, to permit it to meet spermatozoids, if these are present and still capable of breaking through a molecular shield and so produce a fertilized egg. This biologists can study. They can also tell us that for a number of hours the fertilized egg floats and moves towards the uterus to find a place to implant itself, while a process of subdivision of the initial cell takes place, producing a multicellular organism. Once implanted, that isolated energy system becomes attached to a larger energy system which for months will provide a supply of energy to assure the growth in utero of the embryo and the fetus. This also biologists can study and describe accurately. For our purpose here, there are two moments of particular importance to be dwelled on more precisely. One is the quality of the energy of the ovule and the spermatozoids which makes them capable respectively of being fertilized and of fertilizing. It has been established that only for a certain time can the two cells that are to meet produce the fertilized egg. This quality disappears thereafter and the ovule and spermatozoids then hold on chemical energy, which means that they are organic matter playing the same role as other organic matter in the female organism but not that of reproduction.
Published on Jun 15, 2011