by Glen Swartwout

Triunity…   A braid of three makes a strong functional rope…

Late metaphase: The centrosomes have moved to ...

Late metaphase: Within the cell membrane (red) the centrosomes (green) have moved to the poles of the cell and have established the mitotic spindle (green). The chromosomes (blue) have are assembling at the metaphase plate.  We can think of the blue as the memory of the past, the red as the container of the present, and the green as the movement into the future. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

In the body, this is the form of a neurovascular bundle, the structural correlate of the acupuncture points, where they penetrate superficial layers of electrically insulating fascia.  How does this wonderful structure of life develop?

The DNA may only be a single or double helix, but there is space for a third, a structured water conduit that can increase in conductivity 10,000 fold with the presence of Bose-Einstein Condensates that make up the conscious spirit body.

When cells undergo mitotic division, both during embryological development as well as during repair of tissue damage, the condensate capped microtubules of the cytoskeleton guide the DNA through the replication of the cellular torus…

Conception

In embryological development, conception is accompanied by the greatest bioelectrical discharge in human life, enough to denature the transmembrane proteins of the fertilized egg.  This toroidal energy release establishes the energetic barrier function between self and mother/other, as well as the primary cephalo-caudal (head-tail) axis orientation.  The electrical energy release progresses from the caudal to cephalic poles around the circumference of the spherical egg cell, producing a magnetic vortex and likely a plasma disc halo in the surrounding biofield space, our initial exposure to kundalini rising.  The coherent photon release of this vortex can be identified by the mother as the presence of a new being in her womb.  This discharge establishes the polarity between the interior Yin and exterior Yang linking vessels.  The moment of conception was thought in ancient times to be even more significant in its effect on the persona than that of birth itself, the emergence of the new fractal individual into this womb of Heaven.

The first cell division produces the bilateral symmetry axis around the anterior Conception Vessel and the posterior Governing Vessel, as well as dividing the yin and yang polarities into the Right and Left Yin and Yang Heel Vessels.

The second cell division produces the horizontal Belt Vessel, the only horizontal chi flow in the body, as well as the Thrusting Vessels, completing formation of the eight Extraordinary Vessels of classical Acupuncture.  These eight primordial energy circuits are described by the eight trigrams that in pairs make up the 64 hexagrams of the I Ching.

After the third to fifth generation of cell division, the Morula stage is a sphere of a single layer of cells, and with further mitosis begins to form a hollow center, the Blastula stage, at about day 5.  The Blastula is a bilaterally symmetrical hollow tube that forms an inner cell mass or embryonic disc.  Beginning caudally at the point where conception was initiated, and extending along the Conception and Governing vessels, mesenchymal cells form by releasing their cytoskeleton connections to neighboring epithelial cells and migrate to the hollow interior of the blastula, forming the first histological break in symmetry around the midline, called the primitive streak, a developmental feature common to reptiles as well.  This deeper tissue layer forms the mesoderm (Layer 1: Flow, Layer 2: Support and initiating the invagination to form Layer 3: Process).

The anterior posterior symmetry is broken by formation of an anterior mesodermal cell mass to form the umbilicus and placenta, orienting for nourishment to the mother (linking self to other along this primordial transactional orientation axis).  Implantation occurs around day 6 or 7.

Gastrula

English: A scheme of embryo gastrulation.

A schematic of embryo gastrulation. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Around day 7 – 10, starting at the point where conception was initiated, the blastula transforms into a tissue-level torus, as the endoderm invaginates at the mouth, the point on the primitive streak where the Conception and Governing Vessels meet, and begins formation of the gut tube as the center of a topological, but elongated torus.  This stage of development is the Gastrula.  At this point, the three basic topological populations of cells exist.  Ectodermal cells on the outer surface will become Layers 4 and 5.  The interior mesodermal cells of the primitive streak will form the deeper tissue Layers 1 – 2.  The endoderm (Layer 3: Processing) is formed by those ectodermal and mesenchymal cells that invaginate to form the inner lining of the gastrula which will develop into the gut tube, digestive organs and lungs. (Layer 3: Process).

Neural Tube 

Neural crest

Neural tube and neural crest formation. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Next, the neural tube and crest tissue differentiates through days 15 to 21 (Layer 4: Communication), forming a second torus by invaginating from the ectoderm.  The neural crest tissue will distribute itself non-locally to form the endocrine and autonomic nervous system as well as the melanocytes.  This portion of the Communication system is associated closely with biophotonic activity and the Chakra system.

The eye spot becomes dark, the most visible organ by around 6 weeks.  The eye transduces light into the greatest electrical dipole in the body, the retina.  Long wavelength visible (ruby or sclarlet) light penetrates maternal tissues and illuminates the foetus in the womb, and vision is functional before birth.  The eye, due to this dipole photocell battery, powers the direct current meridian system of the extracellular fluid space.

Heart

Heart cells begin to beat on around day 22.  The heart is the fourth major toroidal formation (Layer 2: Support), the first tissue to move, and a most powerful and reliable pump, but also the strongest biofield (EMF) signal generator, essential for allowing the pressure pulse wave accounting for 50% of blood flow to an optimally functioning organ. It is the reflection of this pressure wave from stressed and sick organs that is felt in oriental pulse diagnosis.  When a tissue’s metabolism becomes inefficient, or an organ becomes toxic or stressed, lactic acid builds up, tissue swells, and the pulse pressure wave cannot easily enter the tissue.  Electromagnetic fields from 50 and 60 Hz electric power distribution and fields from other technological sources can easily overpower the heart’s signal, blocking the ability of blood vessels to allow the pulse pressure wave through.  This reduction in blood flow can further aggravate the situation leading to hypoxia and greater lactic acid production, a sludge that contains unbroken carbon bonds, builds acidity (protons) and osmotically draws water, leading to bloated cells and tissues.  Think of a tight or cramped muscle.  Function and even comfort are reduced.  Electrically grounding the body and otherwise restoring an abundant flow of electrons, such as negatively charged (alkaline, microcluster) water, are essential in restoring optimum cellular function.

As formation of the embryo progresses, nine Yang channels initiate their flow out of the Governing Vessel:
Bladder
Gall Bladder
Stomach
Small Intestine
Triple Warmer
Large Intestine
Yang Heel
Yang Linking
Belt

And nine Yin channels develop their flow out of the Conception Vessel:
Kidney
Liver
Spleen
Heart
Pericardium
Lung
Yin Heel
Yin Linking
Thrusting

Thus begins the function of the human photo-energetic regulatory system.

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