Let’s summarise, in laymen’s terms, the process of GESTATION: Shortly before the primary ovocyte (original state of the ovule in the ovary) is released from the follicle, its nucleus divides by meiosis and the first polar body is eliminated. It is left immediately outside the egg’s cell membrane and will form the placenta and all the maternal bodies that will feed and protect the foetus. There is a first “shedding” of herself by the mother in order to offer the child a safe space. It comes from love and, more especially, from the love-sadness axis, which distinguishes “what there is” for the child from what there is of the child, without mixing them. The released egg is transformed into the secondary ovocyte. In this process, each of the 23 pairs of chromosomes loses one of its partners of the polar body and we have 23 unpaired chromosomes. In this second process, the second axis pride-fear intervenes. A series of transformations take place in which the mother’s identity is discarded as a cloning process and each pair sheds one of its chromosomes in order to prepare half of the child’s individuality. No life is possible without these chromosomes finding their pair. It is the half of a potential being, from which “the image and likeness with the mother” has been separated, since each pair is removed from each chromosome.
Several hours after the sperm enters the ovocyte, the nucleus divides again and expels a second polar body, with which the mature ovule is formed. This third process demonstrates the intervention of the joy-rage axis of the three present beings: the one of the father who enters and fuses and demands to form something other than the sum of two, the one of the child who aspires to be genuinely himself and different from both his progenitors, and the one of the mother who stops being protective and creative and allows each to do their own thing, breaking off any unnecessary support which could become an invasion that would prevent the emergence of a complete being. To this effect, the second expulsion of the polar body. This way there are 23 unpaired chromosomes, those of the child. One of the chromosomes, the X chromosome, is female. It will need a Y chromosome from the sperm to be male and an X to be female.
Of the 300 million sperm contained in an average ejaculation, 1,000 to 3,000 manage to get close to the ovule. The strongest and the healthiest. Those sperm finalists attack the radiated corona of the ovule to make way for themselves. When one of them enters, its head swells disproportionately to form the male pronucleus. The 23 chromosomes of the male pronucleus and the 23 chromosomes of the female pronucleus align themselves to constitute a complete element of 46 chromosomes in the fertilised ovule. This is how the fusion-differentiation of the third axis: joy-anger is established. Then the complete and autonomous potential being emerges: the three axes at the service of the Centre growing in the human emotional sequence. This way the process of cell division and differentiation can intervene, so that the promise becomes an available, existing and present reality: a baby. This process is what is known as fertilisation.
Then a difficult process of transportation of the ovule down the Fallopian tube towards the uterus begins. During this phase, several processes of cell division occur and the zygote is created. This remains between 2 to 4 days in the uterine cavity where it is nourished until it becomes a mass of 100 or more cells that transform the zygote into a morula. The morula segregates cells that digest uterine cells and liquefy them to prepare itself a cushion for implantation in the uterus.
Shortly following implantation, a cavity develops (empty Centre) in the mass of cells and the embryo starts to develop along one of the walls of the cavity. This is the stage at which the embryo is a blastocyst.
A one-month embryo already has all its organs outlined. The first process is that of circulation between differentiated maternal and embryonic blood. And the first complete organ that forms itself is the umbilical cord, not only for receiving nutrients from the mother, but also to be able to expel waste materials from the embryo. The first structure is like that, The Centre. Then the diffusion of oxygen begins and production of enormous quantities of oestrogens and progesterone by the mother. Both the absorption of oxygen as well as the production of sexual hormones depend on one emotion: joy, and nourish it, forming the child’s Orienter. This enables the cell reproduction of the embryo and the foetus. The child is an embryo until the end of the second month. In the third month it is already a foetus, up until nine months. Following labour it will be a baby.
At three months, the foetus measures 15 cm and weighs 125 grams (fear and sadness). Its face is already designed (love), its genital organs are already defined (joy), its skeleton is formed (pride), its bone marrow is already working (pride), its heart has been beating for two months (love), its liver has been working for a month and a half (rage), and it breathes! – joy – (then, as it grows, breathing will be inhibited so that it doesn’t swallow faecal matter thus avoiding the lethal formula joy-rage). Such is the prodigy.
At four months, it measures 21 cm and weighs 250 grams: its sex is clearer (joy). It moves (rage). It has all of its organs (six structures with their six emotions and senses). It has most of its peripheral reflexes (pride-fear axis).
At five months, it measures 27 cm and weighs 500 gr. It is covered in down (sadness). It moves but is not capable of living on its own because it does not have independent vitality (lacking the complete Vitaliser and some rage). It ingests and digests and expels meconium (faecal matter of the foetus) – rage.
At six months, it measures 33 cm and weighs one kilo. It looks senile due to lack of fat, it cries out (full joy-rage axis), it swallows if fed, it sucks, urinates. It needs an incubator in order to survive (love and fear). Otherwise, it dies.
At seven months, it measures 39 cm and weighs 1,750 gr. It already looks less senile. It can cry out, swallow and suck. It is fairly vital and if it can spend some time in the incubator, so much the better.
At eight months, it measures 45 cm and weighs 2,500 gr. It is already a chubby and smooth baby. It survives on its own.
At nine months, it measures 50 cm and weighs 3,250 gr. It is a perfect and normal baby. Its brain will need one more year of life to reach total maturity.
The MAT analysis of gestation
Everything starts with the Centre, it is the first thing that is manifest in the ovule of the mother, who sheds herself twice from the nucleus to make way for the being of the infant that she will have the privilege to shelter and nourish. The same thing happens in the sperm, and it deletes itself until being no more than the genetic and chromosome load of the child. In the child, the first thing to emerge is also the Centre. And, after appearing and taking root, twice, it makes way for the emergence and the multiplication of cells that carry within them all the potential of an autonomous and authentic human being. Perfect. Just as we are all created to be.
The first awareness of the child, integral awareness, is that of emerging from a Centre inconceivably superior to itself, which fosters all of its faculties to be. That, before the formation of the umbilical cord, in other words, before one month of gestation, when one is pure autonomous potency. The formation of the umbilical cord, indispensable for receiving all the nutrients and expelling all waste, introduces, at the same time as an organic Centre, a relationship to the other, to a live being that is not Centre but has a Centre. And that, is received by the embryo as a shock and an absolute loss of the very origin of the glory and the splendour in which it had been bathing beatifically. This first grief is born of the wisdom of not BEING the Centre but of having a Centre. The second grief stems from the obligatory relationship between one’s own Centre and the mother’s, an inevitable relationship that is experienced as an intolerable subjection and as a deceit. The child’s second emotion, following beatific joy, is absolute rage towards that Centre which promises so much and delivers so little. There the sequence starts to function actively and, from rage, passes onto pride, “Since I am here, I am going to be everything I can”. And from pride to the other point of the axis, the fear of being pulverized for that first rebelliousness and, also to safety upon seeing that the disappearance does not occur. From fear it passes onto authentic sadness for two reasons: one positive, upon realising the unprecedented development going on in itself, and another negative, for life being that way, subordinated to another life. Then it passes onto the other end of the axis, to love, because one becomes aware of the entire marvel that is being received from the Centre first of all, and from the mother after. Then the functioning, in order, of the three axes is triggered: the love-sadness axis that opens up the second axis: pride-fear, which opens up the third axis: joy-rage. That is where the mammalian human being starts to exist, to accept it and to cooperate. And the work in team with the mother begins, so that both can be as best as possible for as long as intrauterine life lasts.
The embryo becomes a foetus. That first rebellion and its causes are erased from memory. That experience, as all others when they are erased, is retained in the body. That second rebellion against the mother and its causes are deleted from memory. And one starts living and existing with full awareness of oneself and of the other. And that awareness becomes, as a consequence of those two deletion processes, more important than the awareness of the Centre. However, during the first four months of gestation, the Centre continues to function and sustains the three axes that sustain and enable the emotional sequence that in turn allows life to develop. But the perception of the Centre becomes increasingly distant and intermittent. Why?
Development of the personality as a prison:
No expectant mother spends 24 hours of the day in the glory and the splendour at the service of the Centre. We, human beings, live our daily lives and unbalance our emotions permanently. At the origin of this constant imbalance is our mammalian condition. Indeed, if we reflect a minimum on the foetus, who is already experiencing his Centre, his axes and his sequence badly, badly for the two already demonstrated reasons, we will see that, inevitably because of his mammalian condition, he is receiving from the mother, in addition to the sublime nourishment and marvellous shelter and protection, constant interferences that limit and obstruct his wellbeing, his individuality and his autonomy. For example, the foetus is in his love-sadness axis and is managing, passionately, what is available, and is therefore very busy with the energy of sadness. Then along comes his mother with an enormous discharge of love. Who could reproach her for it? She cannot guess what the foetus was doing, who, upon receiving an enormous discharge of the opposite emotion, runs the risk of falling into the lethal formula and must, so as not to die, rapidly abandon that emotion and move onto the sequential one, rage, in order to survive. Thus, from jolt to jolt, the foetus starts fearing the axes, which represent, at the same time as the greatest potency, the greatest danger. It is as if we had the gift of flying but, whenever we did, were bombarded with a missile once out of every five times. It would make us think twice! Since, let’s not forget that the emotions are not just feelings that the foetus captures perfectly, but that they are, also and especially, energies that make the structures function. The mother’s fear will represent an enormous discharge of cortisone that the blood flow will carry to the foetus through the umbilical cord and that he will swallow, whether he needs it or it swells him up. An enormous discharge of sadness will mean a discharge of thyroid hormones and agitation, nervousness and a hyperactive metabolism that consumes the small reserves of fat he manages to store. A discharge of joy will inject an insulin overdose that could kill him if the human organism, like any other live organism, were not so miraculously perfect and solid. And we are only speaking of the relationship between the emotions and endocrine functioning, which is, only, one of the many systems of the human body. The appearance of down that covers the entire body of the foetus at five months shows, not that we are descendants of the monkey and better it, but rather that we are dominantly super-sad, since we verified, in our hospital investigations, that down and hair are directly related to authentic sadness. And we are super-sad because we have suffered a loss that leaves us disconsolate: we have lost our constant connection with the axes, our natural functioning in the three axes, in the fourth month of gestation.
But that is not all, nor is it the most dramatic: for being mammals, we are going to acquire, in our mother’s uterus, a personality which is the result of the imbalance of our structure following parameters of inevitable laws that govern our nature – the ones that MAT discovers – and that, in crisis situations, when not receiving that complete safe space that we need, will move us to function in such a way so as to receive the maximum possible in adverse situations.
Let’s go back in our story, to the moment when we have an umbilical cord that communicates us to our biological mother. Each of the mother’s emotions will set in motion the expecting mother’s corresponding structure and produce hormones, blood, calcium, vitamins, minerals, antibodies, and all that can be expected because that is what the emotions are for: to make the structures function and to allow us to be and live. Nonetheless, throughout most of her pregnancy, the expectant mother is going to have a dominant emotion, the one corresponding to her circumstances and her situation: she may feel happy to have a baby and that joy will be her dominant emotion; she may be sad because her husband has left her, she was made redundant and her father is very sick and will die during her pregnancy; she may feel mostly love if she already has a baby she loves, is in love with her husband and is tenderly awaiting her second offspring; she may be afraid if she has a high risk pregnancy and on top of that the war broke out in Iraq and her husband has been sent to the front. Let’s take this last example to illustrate the baby’s gestation as the story he experiences. We will call him our baby.
Our baby has one day of gestation. He already has 46 combined chromosomes, 23 of maternal origin, and 23 of paternal origin. He experiences metamorphosis, the emergence of his being within the maternal ovule. Of course, he doesn’t feel either the paternal or the maternal part, but he does feel. He feels more than if he had a full brain, because there is no reasoning, nor deduction, nor inducement, instead there is pure sensation that impregnates everything and that will be fixed forever in his Vitaliser.
He is shaken and transported jolting down the Fallopian tube and undergoes various cell divisions: from pride he passes onto the fear of disappearing and holds on to himself. From a fertilised ovule he becomes a zygote. He remains for 2 to 4 days in the uterine cavity and is nourished. He feels love. He is love. He stays that way until he becomes a mass of 100 cells or more. He is a morula. He becomes sad because he loses his identity. Then he reacts and, angrily, makes himself his own niche by segregating his own cells, with great vitality, which digest and liquefy the mother’s uterine cells until he builds himself his own soft and moulded cushion. That is how he implants himself in the maternal uterus. Then he passes onto the ecstasy of joy of the glory and the splendour and is “of the” Centre. Shortly after he starts to assume his being of the Centre as his only belonging and makes a cavity, empty like the Centre, while he, at its service, retires to one of the walls of the cavity. Our baby is already an embryo and is pure happiness, order, harmony, metamorphosis, clarity, yes, but also is immortality, eternity and infinity. He is everything at the service of the Centre that is creating him. Circulation between maternal blood and his own blood is made in him, which is not distinguishable as a sensation and which brings him plenitude. And he continues being, more so every day, in permanent ecstatic metamorphosis. He experiences and engraves in his body (Vitaliser) the knowledge of the Glory and the Splendour.
From his Centre an umbilical cord is formed that joins him to the part of the mature ovule that transformed into his placenta. There the interferences start because he receives strange and shocking products coming from his mother’s emotions, which are not his own, and that he needs to take into account, and just how! Because they destabilise him. And, very particularly, the hormones segregated by the prevailing fear of the mother that we took as an example: cortisone, adrenalin, and other products of the suprarenal gland. This represents for him a risk of death: cortisone inflates him, adrenalin accelerates him, he passes from being amorphous onto being hyperactive and combative. Also, that fear of the mother’s, added to his own, inflate his Rector and, that way, he loses the harmony of his structure. Then his own human constitution, his own natural order, his pattern of functional engineering obliges him to find the best of all options in order to survive. But how does he experience that “shock”? As a collapse, as a fraud, as an intolerable lie that contradicts the marvellous and perfect state that he was in and thought that he could keep forever because that was HIS order. And that is experienced as a total and unconditional hate towards the Centre. Then the moment of truth comes: either he chooses not to accept anything other than the lost order and then he disappears because he continues to function on his axes and in his sequence at the service of His Centre. And there is a “miscarriage”. Or he decides to adapt and to make his way in life without illusions: that immutable and marvellous Centre exists and disappears intermittently, and he passes, from the happiness of being, onto the effort of surviving. And then the foetus continues his formation and will give way to a live baby. How will he manage it?
The foetus is conscious of a few things only: of his Centre, in the very first place, of his three axes, and of his perfect emotional sequence. Plus, to continue forming himself and growing he needs those three things. But he already lost the sensation of eternity, infinity and immortality. The sensation of eternity was lost because, not only is he not alone with the Centre, but also the mother’s emotions are sometimes marvellous, when they accompany him in his own on the axes and in the sequence, and are sometimes murderous and terrible, when they unbalance him and force him to “do things” in order to survive. From the start, the mother’s being is experienced as dual: she is the good nourisher who helps him to be, no longer so happy and independent as before the umbilical cord (that marvellous thing was already lost forever as long as he’s there), who feeds him, who evacuates his waste, who gives him safe warmth and shelter; and is, also, the terrible being that is killing him, and, even worse, who hides his Centre and puts herself in the Centre. Mummy is then the utmost terror.
And what is his sensation of himself like in that trance? Well like passing from what is divine onto hell itself as a passive subject and without finding any relationship between what is happening and what he did. Absurdly, whimsically. That is where the experience of God collapses and is replaced by magical visions of archetypal powers that will pursue and confound us throughout our entire existence.
But, how does the foetus defend itself in order to survive? Our baby receives daily the products and consequences of the mother’s fear. If the baby is in one of the emotions of his axes or in one of the sequence, he will be obliged to abandon his precious journey of personal growth and to resort to his own fear, which is the emotion that “calls him”. There his installation will alert him of the great danger he is in if he remains there, because on top of receiving the dangerous discharges from the mother, he will receive his own of the same nature and effect and would die. In our example, if the foetus also places himself in fear, he will produce more hormones of the suprarenal glands, and his skin and his cerebellum would become thick and gigantic, to mention just three of the effects of fear. And his Rector would close itself off to any contact with the mother, producing, for example, an occlusion or a hernia of the umbilical cord. So, it is clear for him what he SHOULD NOT DO: he should not, under any pretext, also stay in fear. Then, the foetus places himself in the sequential emotion that follows the mother’s dominant emotion as the only alternative in order to survive: balancing the mother’s prevailing emotion by drawing on the next emotion in the sequence, for the entire time that the destabilising discharge lasts. And we say as the only option because first the foetus tried another more potent and pleasurable option: placing himself in the opposite emotion to the mother’s on the axis, in our case, pride: “You pull one way and I try to balance by placing myself on the other end of the seesaw”. And he must desist from this because he experiences the terrible and mortal effects of the lethal formula. Indeed, the fear of the mother produces the fear of disappearing in the child, and not pride, because this is false, and since the remaining fear is the mother’s and not his, it is also false: false fear + false pride = lethal formula.
Having, as an inescapable obligation, to place himself in the following sequential emotion to that of the mother’s, in this case sadness, in order to survive, produces, in our baby, several and serious effects that will condition his entire existence and his vision of himself:
In the first place, our child experiences an immediate relief from the suffering that was afflicting him: sadness, to give a few examples of its effects, stimulates the thyroid glands, burns fat and reduces the swelling caused by the cortisone generated by the expectant mother, activates the metabolism that the suprarenal gland slows down, activates the lymphatic system which drains excessive retention of liquids and toxins generated by cortisol. The organic equilibrium is restored. Not so the emotional one.
In the emotional context there is a first effect: the sensation of impotence and inevitable death disappears and makes way for a sensation of pride and self-confidence: “I am capable of avoiding being made to disappear”. The foetus found, all by himself, the best option to continue being. But it is a sad pride because he had to do something that, in justice he should not have had to do. There emerges a feeling of abandon and hostility first towards the mother and, what is more serious, towards God, or towards the order of what is human, if one prefers, it doesn’t matter what we call it. In Transactional Analysis it would be the existential position Me good – You bad, both towards the mother and towards the natural order.
A second, even more serious, effect, is that the child, who to be and grow needs to function on the axes, could not rebalance naturally the imbalance produced in him by using the natural law of the axes: he was unable to rebalance fear by calmly installing himself in pride. That, to make matters worse, produced the lethal formula, fatal if he had remained in it. Then an inevitable symbiotic vision develops in the foetus: he and the mother are two, but one “HAS TO” function as if they are one. Indeed, not only does one have to work dragging the mother’s emotion and struggling in the sequential one without this stemming from a personal or genuine need but from an imposition to survive, but also, to continue functioning on the axes, our baby is going to have to place himself in the opposite emotion to the prevailing one of the mother, in that same one that he could not install himself in because of the lethal formula, when the pressure is over and he has to travel it on his own axes or in the sequence, in our case, pride.
Indeed, as he already has sadness as the dominant emotion of his own structure of functioning, the foetus is not going to be able to place himself in love because the balance would be broken due to the inflation of sadness, which would require an overload of “inflated” love that would compromise his own emotional, but also physical balance (in addition to hyperthyroid he would have too many products from the hypophysis gland), and, not only that, but also that way his first axis love-sadness would develop more than the others and he would lose the entire harmony of his natural structure. Also and above all, these two emotions, love-sadness, would be false and would cause him the deadly lethal formula.
Then the foetus finds a second brilliant solution for survival: he will become accustomed to strengthening the opposite emotion to the mother’s dominant one and this with two ends: to rebalance his second axis pride-fear, to compensate for the messes produced by the mother’s fear, and, also and above all, SO AS NOT TO BE LIKE HER. In other words, to preserve the perfect law that is perceived from the Centre and that is implemented in the axes.
In fact, that symbiosis that the mother forces him to submit to so as not to die is not GOOD, it is not in the law of the Centre. The Law of the Centre favours authenticity and autonomy, not symbiosis. And the foetus, that way, will not have it as the existential choice for himself.
But what happens, as a result of this simple prevailing emotion of the mother’s, is something even more serious and terrible than anything we have mentioned up until now: something very serious happens in the spiritual context of the foetus. Let’s take a look:
When the foetus is in his own forced emotion, the one that follows the mother’s prevailing emotion in the sequence, he is obliged to remain there as long as the prevailing emotion of the expectant mother lasts. If the perfect sequence is 100% in each emotion, which gives us 600% in total at the end of the sequence, the average time that the foetus will be in the forced emotion so as not to suffer irreversible damage will be 140%. When the foetus sees himself freed from the pressure of the mother’s prevailing emotion he passes onto the sequential emotion that follows the “forced” one and feels an authentic liberation. At last he can do his own thing! And he restarts his sequence. In the case of our child, he passes from obligatory sadness to liberating rage and feels so light, liberated and fulfilled that he will give a special meaning to the liberating emotion, a meaning of self-fulfilment, of culmination, of freedom, of order, of justice, of autonomy. Because he is going to experience that emotion as if the door to his prison had been opened, and will see himself as free and happy at last. But he will have just 60% of energy left for that emotion if he does not wish to mortgage the other emotions. Therefore, short is sweet, and the foetus will have a sort of fixation for that emotion that means so much to him and where he can never enjoy himself at ease, at least not the times that he gains access to it as a result of the release from the mother’s pressure. Therefore, sometimes, when the foetus is in his emotional sequence or in his axes and doing his own thing, without any pressure or frustration, he will savour that emotion and see it as something his, as something normal. And, when that emotion acquires an added value, because he gains access to it as a result of the liberation from pressure, he again gives it that special meaning of happiness that is pursued and never fully reached: sometimes yes, sometimes almost, halfway. The foetus, which does not even have a mature brain, or objective data, is not going to reason, instead he will have experiences that, although unexplainable are no less fully experienced and determining: corporal and emotional sensations that are stirring and repeated. And, instead of deducing that things are happening to him, he will feel that things for him are that way. Like a misfortune.
On a separate note, the experience of the foetus with his Centre, as we already saw, is very much interfered with and mediated. At the very beginning, before having an umbilical cord, it is splendorous and complete. There is a Centre which is complete ecstasy and he is from that marvellous and perfect Centre that gives him everything and in which he is everything. The embryo does not confuse himself with the Centre; instead he receives from it and communicates with it.
Then the Centre is occupied by a cord that ties it to another being. Another being from which he receives marvellous things, and then the foetus socialises and joins to his mother and forms a winning team with her. All goes well and the foetus feels his own Centre when he does his own thing, and feels the Centre of his “good” mother who gives everything for him. Life is as it should be: marvellous.
But when the mother has false, deviated, disconnected and inflated emotions, the foetus suffers aggressions that damage it in every way: physically, emotionally, where his mood is concerned, spiritually, and mentally, and establishes connections which, albeit abusive and false, do not cease to be necessary so that everything fits in, in other words his Transformer, when it does not find the possibility of establishing healthy connections, will distort them to make sense of what is happening to him. He doesn’t say to himself: my mother is out of harmony and that will last for a while and then I will be me and decide about my life. Of course he cannot say that because he knows nothing about anything. What he does, and he has no other way out, is to say that the Centre loves him and protects him and then threatens him and attacks him without his having done anything to deserve it. Then he will resign himself to that whimsical and fickle God with whom he will have no choice but to ingratiate himself, and whom he sometimes loves and sometimes hates. And, the worst thing is that, obliged to function with a forced dominant emotion, a strong compensating emotion and a unifying but fickle emotion, the foetus, in the image and likeness of his mother, will have a destabilised and inevitable functional engineering. That emotional engineering of his structure will condition his neuroendocrine functioning, and he will have fixed tendencies to use some structures more than others, until he confuses that dysfunctioning with his own being. Plus, it will be true that our child has an exaggerated Synthesiser, with the biological consequences that this implies. For example, and from the little that we have researched, too much thyroid, too much down and hair, a face shape that is rectangular at the top and rounded at the chin, a tendency to short-sightedness, and, if the mother is in the lethal fear-pride formula, a tendency to Down’s syndrome. Little fat and nervousness: and, because of poorly energised rage, a lack of vitality, limited emotional control, limited sensory control, and, due to strengthened pride, an enormous creative and transforming capacity, strong and thick bones, a hyper developed brain in the left hemisphere (sadness) and rear right (pride). When he is born he will have a personality typology with three anomalous emotions: sadness, pride and rage, and three normal emotions, fear, love and joy. And those emotions will be no more than the reflection of his structure with three dominating structures: the Synthesiser inflated, the Transformer on edge, and the Vitaliser sacralised (in other words, given a special “magical” meaning) which distances him from the Centre and occupies its place.
In other words, for the foregoing reasons, which we do not wish to expand on in this work, the foetus is born, not in the image and likeness of his Creator but in the complementary image of his mother. He will not have six structures in harmony because they are perfect in proportion, quantity and quality, instead he will be a creature with three structures with “added values” and three normal ones. He will have a PERSONALITY. And that personality, in other words, that mask that hides his being, will be innate, biological, and scientifically analysable and detectable using all possible clinical tests, starting with a simple electrocardiogram that shows, in the example of our baby, a straight axis of the heart instead of inclined towards the left. We have also made preliminary tests on fingerprints that are “within the same family”, and, for certain, are anxiously waiting to start with our genetic research to demonstrate our extensive clinical research on personality typologies and the propensity to certain types of diseases.
What we can affirm categorically is that, of the 120,000 analysed cases, ALL OF THEM belonged to one of the six typological families, and that each typology had its own pattern of emotional engineering that was shared with all the other members of the same typological family.
But what confirms the amazing thing about these discoveries and the strict and universal law of the Centre, of the axes and of the innate sequence is the foetal history of two of the six personality typologies. Indeed, of the six possible typologies, four follow the same formation pattern as our baby: babies that are the fruit of fear, of rage, of pride and of happiness. Absolutely ALL OF THEM follow, strictly, the same pattern. In other words all the babies that emerge from the prevailing emotion xxxx of the mother have, if this emotion is:
-Fear: dominant sadness, strong pride and idolatrised, “spiritualised” rage. We call them Constructors.
-Rage: dominant pride, strong joy and “spiritualised” love. These are the Legislators.
-Pride: dominant love, strong fear and “spiritualised” joy. These are the Reactivators.
-Joy: dominant fear, strong rage and “spiritualised” sadness. These are the Fortifiers.
But the children that emerge from the love-sadness axis cannot follow that same law, and have it harder. Due to the LAW of the axes. Indeed, we have already pointed it out in the previous chapter, that the love-sadness axis is the very same, first and necessary axis that sustains the two remaining ones. It is the beam of beams. Without this axis, the other two cannot be created, and, what is worse, the person ceases to be human and becomes heartless. The love-sadness axis, although it is hierarchically subordinated to the second one (pride-fear) and the latter to the third and highest (joy-rage), is the one that enables the minimum necessary in order to be human: to have a soul. Which means not being soulless. Suffering for losses and deaths and loving what is authentic and valuable is the least that we can ask of a human being. Or of an animal. Or of a vegetable. Or of a mineral.
To demonstrate it we have confirmed that all babies born in the imbalance of this axis had to face the enormous risk of falling into the lethal formula before managing to have themselves, as the strong emotion, the same weak (dominant) emotion of the mother. To demonstrate that ONE CANNOT PLAY WITH THE FIRST AXIS, we will show that absolutely all babies whose mothers had as the dominant emotion:
-Sadness: have dominant rage, strong sadness and “spiritualised” pride. These are the Revealers.
-Love: have dominant joy, strong love and “spiritualised fear”. These are the Promoters.
These two babies have followed the same universal pattern in terms of the inevitability of compensating the mother’s dominant emotion with the following sequential emotion. They have also followed the same inevitable magical “spiritualisation” of the one that sequentially follows their own forced dominant emotion. But when it came to forging their own “strong” emotion, as the counterpoint of the own forced dominant one, these foetuses could not go to the opposite one of the mother’s dominant one but rather return to the same dominant emotion as the mother’s, once the pressure was less, until making it their own strong emotion. An entire lesson in heroism. And a demonstration of the strict law of the axes. With which, the choice of these foetuses has not been: “I don’t want to be like you”, but “I am going to show you how to be better by not having the same weakness as you even in the worst circumstances”. Faced with the dilemma of not having the first axis strengthened, these foetuses have had it harder and more difficult than the four others. Then, in life, they will also have it harder with the process of hyperconnection, in other words, the recovery of the innate emotional sequence.
This is, in a nutshell, the history of a longed-for, loved and normal baby.