Pheromones & the Genetic Pool
The structure of human beings begins when the female's body sends out chemical questionnaires that we call pheromones. Since the first question is "are you sexually excitable," these are answered by all the males that receive them. Her body then sorts through the returns by becoming more, or less sexually excited. Her level of excitement is used to select the one with the most correct answers.
The importance of this first step lies in the reason for it. Within the cellular structure of all human beings is the necessity of the continuation of the species. It permeates every cell of our bodies and colors every decision we make. We strive for survival of the species, and the questions are to determine which male can contribute the most to her personal gene pool, hence, the most to the species survival.
As the female's body approaches the time when it is ideally prepared for pregnancy, (during the 15th year,) it develops and sends out chemical attractants tailored very specifically to her needs. The cellular structure determines what segments of DNA are needed, and sends out chemical attractants for those segments. Pheromones sexually excite males in direct relationship to how many requirements they meet, and how strong the emanations are. Each cyclic period the pheromones become stronger, the intent being to unite the female with the best specimen at the best moment and with the most intensity. The more closely a male's DNA meets her specifications, the more sexually attracted he will be to the female. It is sensibility of self that allows our cellular structure to guide us.
As I've said, pheromones are encoded with the exact requirements the cellular structure has determined will most efficiently advance the survival of the species. Males respond with sexual excitement. In the normal process, all males will be aroused, but the more closely they fit her needs, the more sexually aroused they become, and the more they arouse her. Top
This process is rejected by our society and may rightly be called the first instance where society's interference makes the structure of its citizens less than ideal. We demand long courtships and contractual obligations, using the desire to procreate as a means of control.
But perhaps the biggest loss to the philosophy of rejecting our sexuality is intensity. The children born to a full orgasm are the most energetic, the quickest and the most eager of our children. The loss suffered in less than a full orgasm is debilitating and all but permanent.
Stress injures DNA. A full orgasm removes all mental stress and allows the DNA to be passed on intact. An ever larger group of human beings have been stressed since the moment human beings became aware, some 7000 years ago. In our refusal to accept orgasm, we pass this stress on to our progeny. A complete orgasm provides the progeny with full energy & intellectual competency. A restricted orgasm produces an individual less competent, less energetic, than human capabilities can provide. A complete orgasm can be gauged by the excitement of the participants.
The gestation period of human beings is determined, not by the moon or by the clock, but by the energy of the fetus. A full orgasm will create the most energetic embryo; one that will develop expeditiously and enthusiastically, coming to term in as much as three weeks less than the nine months presumed to be the gestation period of human beings.
In order to be complete, an orgasm must go beyond awareness. The reason for this is the intellectual acumen of humans, combined with the forces of evolution. Before we developed consistent intellectual awareness all orgasm was complete; evolution carried necessary (hence, good) change generationally through it. With the coming of intellectual awareness, or awareness of self, came emotion. Emotion has restricted orgasm, and has a negative effect on survival of the species. A complete orgasm oversteps those emotions, returning it to its previous niche as an evolutionary tool.
The Embryo; building the sac
The embryo starts as one cell attached to and part of the female. It has no feelings of its own, however, the feelings of the female, as do the feelings of all human beings, permeate her body, including her embryo. Thus, during the embryonic stage the human being has no "self," but does experience feeling. If the female is worried, the embryo feels it. If the female is loved, the embryo feels that. If the female is hated, the embryo feels it. These feelings form the baseline for the human's emotional outlook in life.
All embryos, of course, will experience the entire range of human emotions during this period, but they will emerge from the experience with whatever pattern the female has gone through. If the female has one predominant state of emotion throughout this period, the resultant human being will have that same state as a baseline feeling throughout its life, barring a conscious effort to alter it. The child whose mother felt love and was loved throughout its embryonic stage will feel that way all its life, whenever it relaxes and the one whose mother felt hate and fear will hate automatically.
Through this buildup of physical feeling the cellular structure continues to split and shape itself, according to it's map, without consciousness or sense. If the supply of nutrient were stopped, the cells would simply continue to build until they ran out of energy and then stop, with no more awareness of stopping than they had awareness of beginning.
Without awareness everything builds, split by split, no stops, no breaks, 24 hours a day, week after week and minute after minute, until the moment of awareness, the moment known as quickening in our society until recently, when its meaning was changed to the ridiculous "first movement of the fetus." The moment of quickening is the moment when enough cells have been stacked to generate electricity or the moment when God gives us a soul, (your choice,) and it is the moment when we become us and the bearing female becomes a mother.
Quickening & the Rise of Intellectuality
When that moment comes, it comes instantly and completely. We become the person we are at 90. We only know absolutely nothing. Although the physical structure is far from complete and intellectual development is at it's very beginning, quickening brings about full awareness. An abortion, from this moment on, would consist of killing a human being that is aware of its being killed. We gain in knowledge, but our awareness is as complete as it will ever be.
Normally the first thing we sense is emotion, and the emotion we sense is curiosity. Our mother, feeling the presence of another being, is wondering what she is feeling. Curiosity thus is the most familiar of human emotions. Normally again, the second emotion sensed, when the mother has realized what it is she felt, is the love she feels for her baby. This coincides perfectly with the baseline of feeling the normal fetus has, and it goes to work. It begins to remember.
Since conception we have been our mothers, and that memory is, and will remain, in our possession. Our mother's memory too, began at quickening with full possession of her mother's memory, so we begin a long period of romping ever further back in our spec-ial memory. Eventually we remember the trees of 40 million years ago, then the grasses of 150 million, the surf of 300 million years passed, and finally that moment when memory began, some 400 million years ago, when our spec-ial great-great grandmother, the amoeba, had her first thought. When we have remembered the beginning of existence, we relax. Life has gone months outside of the womb while the fetus traveled those 400 million years, and the healthy fetus now understands its past. Then the body chimes in.
The Moment of Movement
Birth & the Breast
This is a frightening experience. Its mouth begins to work and it begins to struggle. If it reaches the breast the workings of its mouth will cause nutrition to flow into it. The flavor and aroma of the nutrition tell the brain that its need is assuaged. It is receiving the same sustenance as before, simply from a different source. The traumatic, frightening experience is over.
Within our society the breast is rarely reached. Within our society the frightening, traumatic sense of need is not assuaged. Instead it is augmented. The body has foisted upon it a chemically formulated substance, and the brain is presented with a flavor and aroma that screams of poison. The sense of need is overlaid with fear. Something is terribly wrong.
Something is terribly wrong and nothing can be done. The mind cannot stop the flow of poison. The mouth works by itself. It can and does tense its internal organs to help protect itself from the poison, but it has no idea where it is coming from or how it is getting in. And the physical structure is exhausted. It has never labored before, and the labors of the last hours have been great. Digestion works on its own. Sleep falls upon the child in its panic.
It awakens to need and fright. The frightening, traumatic experience felt after birth is still there. Presented again with poison, its need is once more overlaid with the fear of something wrong. Again it cannot stop the flow of the poison, but it maintains the tension of its organs, and exhaustion again induces sleep.
It can take many days to recover from the exhaustion of birth. By the time the infant has recovered, the cycle of waking to need and having it overlaid with the fear that something is wrong has become ingrained. Since no effort of the infant can resolve it, the physical structure will simply accept that as a fact of life. And the tension will remain. Many quizzical actions of the members of our society can be answered in part by an understanding of just how strong these effects are.
To this is added yet more devastation to our males. Because we traveled through our memory after quickening and surveyed our bodies in the last few months of gestation, at birth we're fully aware of our sexuality. Every cell of our structure is aware of our responsibility to procreate, we know that we possess the instrument with which that is fulfilled, and we know what and where it is. The only "sense" we have is a sense of destiny, a sense that there is a job of work out there to do, and that that job is dependent on our sexuality.
When they start preparing us for circumcision, we know something is going on. We have been around long enough to have learned the rhythm, and this is a departure. The only anchor we may have at this moment is the breast, and of course we lose that too. If we have already been rejected and poisoned, any change is viewed with trepidation. When they try to cut it off, we're fully aware of what they're doing and what they're doing it to. We only do not know the extent of the damage.
When they whack it off, there is not only the threat to our life to deal with, but the threat to our life's work. Not only are we scared they're going to kill us, we're afraid that if we do not die we won't be able to do the one thing we know we are here to do. There is a sense of trepidation as we go into the operation. Something is not normal. This can be allayed to some degree with loving attention but the panic ensues with the stroke. The complete cellular structure of the penis and most of the groin area tenses. Since the attack is not reasonable, the tension cannot be released. Thus, the circumcised male will have a penis that appears shrunken at rest, and, when distended will become harder at a smaller size as it vainly tries to overcome the tension. At the ultimate height of excitement it will seem rock-hard and painful. Normal human beings, of course, will avoid all this under protection of their mother. She will simply refuse to allow circumcision.
The Rise of Intellecuality
With birth the brief relaxation when understanding of the body was reached is blown to the winds. Having understood the past, it has been thrown into the present. For the next two and one-half years, the child's mind works nonstop. Using observation and its knowledge of the past, it begins to understand the present.
Those first 30 months are filled with intellectual wonder, hardly touched by physicality. The child does not learn to walk or talk. The body begins to walk and talk while the mind is working on something else. The child's brain develops techniques to meet the intellectual demands of the mind. Attempts to accelerate learning at this time will probably slow the child.
About three years after quickening, the child relaxes for a third time. It has figured things out. It understands the present. This great moment of relaxation lasts, however, no longer than the first two. Almost in conjunction with it comes the discovery that the bowels can be controlled. And with that discovery comes realization, (unconscious, of course,) that control can be released. With power.
This goes on for two years while the child develops the fine points of speaking, eating, and motion. The child also learns the rudiments of writing, drawing, and reading during this period.
Of course, the moment of that first experiment will vary somewhat, depending on many factors within the child's environment, and ones stressed by their environment may have this freedom delayed, some to the point that muscle control becomes a burden rather than a joy, resulting in the loss for life of the joy of athletic endeavor. Our normal child however, gets two years to perform a complete physical assessment of the body, a functional iteration of the intellectual assessment made in the last two months of gestation. This ends in the middle of the fifth year after birth, five years after quickening, when the child discovers the concept of peers.
Until now the child has been alone in the world. There are other creatures, both large and small, but they pass almost like ships in the night, with no relation to each other even while interacting until, just as the realization it could control its body had arrived, it realizes there are certain of the creatures out there that seem almost exactly like it.
Once we determine there are a group of people more like us than not, we must discover just how like us they are. Our cellular structure demands we discover by sight, sound, smell, touch and taste exactly how like and different others are. This leads to what our society calls playing doctor, as children determine just exactly how much their peers are like them. Although our society rejects it as inappropriate sexual activity, it has nothing at all to do with the sex drive. We simply must determine the differences between ourselves and other children, using all the tools at our disposal.
This however, is one of our society's taboo's, and more often than not our efforts are frustrated and we are made to think we have done something wrong. This unreasonable and unnatural demand put on by society will have a negative effect on our continuing relationship with our peers, especially some seven years later, when the time for reproduction approaches.
If the process is allowed, we learn there are two sexes. This is vital knowledge. Without it, entering the world of sexuality in the early teen years becomes confusing. Until we learn the differences between the sexes we cannot separate physical attraction from filial curiosity. The child not given the opportunity to determine the structure of its peers will be unable as a teenager to separate the urge to determine from the urge to procreate and will become confused in its sense of attraction to both the opposite and its own sex.
Once we have ascertained the differences between us and our peers, we begin the active process of socialization. We begin to learn how to get along with each other, and begin to fit ourselves into the scheme of things. This is a period rife with the feelings of adventure and discovery, both of our peers and our environment. And here begins our first gender separation - boys tend to associate with boys, girls with girls in this first foray into the combination of both physical & intellectual growth.
Separate and Equal
The period from birth to discovery of bowel control is the second iteration of intellectuality, which appears as encompassing but allows it freedom of movement. During this second iteration, the child acts instinctively on the physical level, without the intellectual knowledge that allows it to be part of awareness; the child may hear crying with no comprehension the sound is produced by its own body. During the third iteration of intellectuality the child expands its universe, picking up physical and intellectual skills almost inadvertently until, at some moment in the 11th year, it reaches an unconscious epiphany at the discovery of abstract thought. It then can see the future. It makes no more intellectual breakthroughs until the age of 35, when it fully understands the future.
Although it has many more years of bodily development before reaching physical maturity, this epiphany, this understanding of the continuity of before and after, marks the point of intellectual adulthood. This also marks another moment when our society makes a heavy-handed effort to subvert the structural process. Our normal child, thrown into the cold hard world this point, will make its way. Until recently, this was understood. Mark Twain left school at 10 when he realized he was better served by taking a job. The murderous hand of the industrial revolution forced us to restrict our children's entry into the adult world, and we have lost the understanding that it was for their protection. We've come to believe it's because they lack competency. In our inability to separate the physicality and intellectuality of our children we insist on treating them as though they are intellectually immature, demanding that they remain children until they mature physically. We create interminable delays in intellectual freedom, chaining, as we do, almost all intellectual function to the attainment of physical maturity.
Additionally, the age of intellectual maturity marks the beginning of gender differences in the structural makeup of man. Previously, gender has had no pertinence. Females have, since quickening, favored their feminine over their masculine sides, excepting some 5 percent that favors the opposite and some 15 percent that favors neither, just as males the opposite, but, males and females possessing both sides, differences are degrees of sameness, not gender.
However, gender does step in during the 11th year. With the unconscious awareness of continuity shared by all, there comes to our females an equally unconscious sense of deadline. They will forge ahead relentlessly immediately upon reaching intellectual maturity because their cellular structure knows that physical maturity will be marked by the act of carrying on the species. By the age of 14 the female is two full years ahead of the male in accumulation of general knowledge and will stay that far ahead until, reaching physical maturity two years later, she also becomes a mother.
The male at the point of abstract thought has no deadline. While males and females need to learn slightly different modes of the same functions, the males feel no sense of urgency unless placed on them by society, as was the case in our society until last half of the 19th-century, when school ended at 11 and males were expected to go to work. At that time we essentially accepted intellectual maturity while not understanding the need for physical maturity. Today our normal males begin a period of sharpening their physical and mental skills. Their environment has told them what their survival choices are, and they sharpen those skills that will best effect that survival.
Our society is replete with problems. There is no panacea. Adhering to human nature is not a panacea, but well structured human beings will be as better able to solve problems of society as poorly and badly structured ones are capable of creating and fueling them. The very act of dishonesty required to force reality to reflect the repressed emotions and feelings of infancy is a step toward the unethical behavior that is at the root of the problems tearing at the fabric of society. Every structural moment, every period is replete with opportunity to wreak devastation on our entire civilization.
When we restrict our genetic pool we increase inbreeding, which always results in weaker stock. There is some suspicion that inbreeding leads, among other things, to Alzheimer's disease, and it may be what impels dysfunction to full-blown psychosis. When we free our genetic pool we produce an embryonic beginning with the perfection of a masterpiece. When the chemical connection is purely made the resultant orgasm is invariably the same as the religious experience called "born again." It is a bright whiteness without a sense of light -- a complete musicality without a sense of music, a rapture that can sometimes go on for hours. To restrict ourselves from that beggars the meaning of wrong.
When we restrict our orgasm, we produce less energetic progeny, progeny less capable of determining the true demands of life. A less than full orgasm brings quickening later, which presents the possibility that one will be dealing with muscular functions instead of completing the trip through memory, and that every moment and period through development will come too soon, before we've finished the one before.
During the embryonic period the pregnant female's feelings and emotions are imperatively paramount. How she feels is how the creature she is gestating will feel throughout its life, anytime other feelings don't protrude, and those feelings will counteract or augment feelings relating to the day-to-day world. A normal female, in a normal world, will be in the heady state of love throughout the embryonic period, generating a creature that will feel love when it feels nothing else.
An example of the opposite of that can be seen in the Middle East and North Africa, where they seem to brutalize and repress their females until the sex act becomes a hateful experience. That should result in terroristic, wrathful humans. Ultimate hate, however, can produce as full an orgasm as ultimate love, allowing the functions of structure to remain the same. Hence, a normal female raped, whose rage pushed her to full orgasm, if she can get past the experience and love herself through the embryonic stage, will produce the same human as had she had a loving orgasm. So long as the orgasm is full the resulting creature will be a full energy human being, whether its creators were full of love or hate. The transcending orgasm goes beyond all emotion and gives the ensuing creature an intellectual and emotional 'clean slate.' This 'clean slate' may be crucial after the moment of quickening.
Quickening is a moment about which I can speak very positively on one level, while on the other must rely entirely on supposition. As one born of a full orgasm I can state unequivocally that there is a moment at or shortly after the end of the first trimester when we are suddenly and completely aware. It's like we say "wow! I'm here. Where am I? What's happening?" This I've experienced, and I must say it's a pleasure to have it as part of conscious memory.
For one entering the state of awareness from less than a full orgasm, an orgasm that has allowed DNA damaged by poor structuring to be passed on to the next generation, I can only imagine the experience. I can imagine saying "I hurt. Where am I? What's the matter? What's wrong?"
Quite probably the female is not sensitive enough to feel quickening pass, or, feeling it, may think it just another of the myriad hurts she experiences. The fetus will have reason to delve quickly into memory, finding existence to be far from harmonious, but may find itself blocked by fear. Or, able to step into memory, may find its energy too low, and itself called to its body before its sojourn is complete.
The cellular structure that is manufacturing us has dual goals. It must prepare us for life outside the womb, and it must expel us before the time our continued presence would kill the support system we will need on the outside. Better less prepared to work than unable to survive. It will run its systems check when it knows it must, even if the organism hasn't indicated ready.
The good news is that regardless of the number of generations this has gone on it is fully correctable by creating the next generation through full orgasm. Indeed, it is correctable in humans extant.
The exploration of memory and the body humans go to after quickening isn't unusual, although the time of it and the amount of memory may be. Some creatures may not have an intrauterine quickening at all. Innate knowledge of memory at birth is the norm though, perhaps even the constant. If we allow our females full choice and provide for their needs while pregnant, they, by being sensitive to themselves, will provide the best atmosphere and environment for the fetus.
It is when they are born, when they come out into the world, that we devastate them. Robust and healthy, properly raised from mate selection through orgasm and the rest, we numb them at birth, disallow the breast & pour poison down their throats, which almost causes our organs to tense to a crystalline structure. These are perfect candidates for the cause of obesity and general ill health of our population.
This tension and fear, passed down generation through generation, has another negative effect at birth. Combined with the additional weight of a child less energetic than possible, the tension in the body of the mother can take many hours, and sometimes days, of labor to overcome.
We get through it. We're born. There are yet years of structuring to go. We are all individuals and all follow our own paths, but there are generalities that apply. If adults can learn how to discern it, we are capable of decision making around the end of the third month out of the womb. We all learn to deal with our own bodily wastes, and to use tools around two and a half years after birth. Curiosity about our peers hits at about four and a half, and we all, if we are allowed to, begin exploring the outside world around five. An eleven year old would make as good a stockbroker as a college graduate, with six months training. (We're perennially amazed that the ability to program a VCR goes down every year from ten, where it seems almost automatic. The only reason it goes down is the enormous effort we put in at that time to convince them they don't know what they have no doubt about. Regrettably, by fourteen we've completely confused them, and by eighteen they've lost almost all their natural competency.)