At the Risk of going out on a limb, with no one to help me on the way back.....Thought it was a "light" response, to the statement of how humans reproduce and how humans think "gods" reproduce.
You said, HUMANS needed both male and female for procreation...AGREED. Whose to say we are all humans...and what is your opinion of Mother Ninti? Fact or Fiction?
Taken from Malachi Yorks Archives (He's not ALL gone!)
Did you know that.....
Science proves that Women were here first?
Scientists today have discovered that the Y chromosome in sperm has 2.8 percent less genetic material than the X chromosome in the same sperm specimen. Researchers were able to sift sperm to produce samples in which 85 percent of the cells had an X chromosome. In fact, the X chromosome is five times larger than the Y chromosome, which means that females existed for generations without males. To get the Y chromosome out of an X chromosome, you lose one of your points, thus the chromosome is defected, which is why a man has the same components on his body, that the woman does. For example, the breast and nipples, however men donít breastfeed. Men are a genetic defect of women. A woman not only breastfeeds her children, but she nurtures the whole world with her wisdom.
The Y chromosome comes from female scientists, as Ninti, known as Mother Ninti or Nunet, who experimented with the side of an X chromosome maiming it by removing 2.8 percent of X chromosomes. This resulted in a maimed lower right stem, giving the appearance of a Y, which produces less genetic materials, resulting in a Y chromosome, called chromosomal manipulation, a well known experiment today. Mine your mind on these jewels.
How did females procreate for generations without a male donor?
I hope that this helps in explaining how the process(proceation) was done.
This information is taken from "The Sacred Records Of Neter: Atum Re" by Amunnubi Raakptah
"The Process by which this happens is the bartholin gland within the woman, which is located on either side of the vaginal orifice that secretes a lubricating mucus and are equivalent to the bulbourethral glands in the male, which is located below the prostate and it discharges a component of the seminal fluid into the uretha. The prostate secretes a thin, milky fluid with a characteristic odor; this fluid constitutes the greater part of the semen that is deposited in the female vagina and that contains the spermatozoa. So a woman is capable of reproducing seminal fluids on her own internally, without the help of the male's sperm. If you notice everything that a man has on his body, a woman has the same thing. However, this fact proves that women are superior, because a man has breasts and nipples, but can't breast feed, but he can develop breast cancer."
I can see the seminal fluid thing and I still can't see the sperm which is necessary for fertilization. Secondly, the mammary gland of males is nonfunctional so we do not produce milk.
Women do have everything that men have and some of the functions are different. Chromosomal traits may not be sufficient to conclude that the "Y" is inferior. However, I do observe a dominance of the "X" trait in a lot of men. I think that is what leads to topics on "Real Men" in many of our active forums. Could the "X" factor
be the reason for our refusal to step-up when our manhood is challenged?
I overstand what you mean when you say you can't see the sperm which is necessary for fertilization. From my reading of the passage in the book, I gather that the sperm is in the fluid that consititutes the greater part of the semen that is deposited in the vagina when this is taking place.
It is a scientific fact that the X chromosome is the dominant out of the two, so that could be the X factor indeed.
Alright, I'd love to hear some scientific fact, AND some personal "beliefs" if you must!
Smiling on Sabbath
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