Evolution becomes a reality after we have conceived of it. It makes possible the linking of generations and can be extended back to the origins of the cosmos, to the creation of all atoms and all molecules and, after a jump, of life and its two main realms; the vegetable and the animal. The complex universe we are in and which scientists have managed to study in such detail is still more complex than we know how to convey yet, since man's evolution is intermingled with his view of the evolution of his universe. Every correct intuition transforms our vision of the world, and forces students of reality to alter their outlook. An intuition of the moment of conception as being the descent of an energy â€” unique in some quality resulting from a property recognizable in the two gametes which have fused together â€” into the fertilized egg, while leaving all we already know to be true untouched changes our possibilities of understanding what has escaped us so far. We are asking our readers 1) to conceive that there exists, besides its quantity, something we have called a quality of energy, which accompanies it and determines the time during which conception is possible, and 2) to conceive that it is this quality that will characterize the individual from then on. The ongoing achievements of evolution are available from then on to provide the individual with all he needs to reach the moment of birth and come into the world outside his mother. We want to concentrate on the moment of conception, and to keep in view the fact that the energies of the gametes possess a specific quality, needed to produce the inception of a new individual.
Published on Jun 15, 2011