Before conception, the human ovum is a sphere. It is the largest single cell in the body, 200 greater than the average human cell. Inside this sphere is another sphere, the female pronucleus which contains half the chromosomes for a human being, 22 plus one. Conception begins when the sperm reaches the ovum, the tail breaks off and the head of the sperm forms a sphere exactly the same size as the female pronucleus.
Mitosis occurs and the polar bodies migrate to opposite ends of the cell to form a north and south pole.
The actual proportions of the human body originate here. The zygote then splits into four cells, forming a tetrahedron inside a sphere.
The next division yields eight cells and a star tetrahedron, which is also a cube. At this point it is the Egg of Life. The eight cells appear to be identical in every way and are in fact our physical origins. These eight cells eventually are located in the geometrical centre of the body, at the base of the spine or the perineum and are immortal relative to our bodies.
All the energy fields and grids around our bodies are centred on these eight cells.
The first eight cells then divide into eight more cells and form a cube within a cube. This is the last time that cellular division is geometrically symmetrical. The embryo starts to become hollow and returns to the shape of a sphere. The north pole goes through the hollow and connects with the south pole, forming a hollow tube in the middle and curling into a tube torus. One end becomes the mouth and the other the anus. From here widescale differentiation takes place and the characteristics of the particular life form begin to dominate.