Woman's Sexual Organs
The woman’s sexual organs are more specialized than man’s. The terminal parts of the male genitals — urinary and genital — are one and the same, while female urinary and genital systems are separate and independent. The Bible tells us that woman is derived from man. But science now tells us exactly the reverse. Man is, indeed, derived from woman.
BOY — At the moment of conception, if the fertilized egg is genetically programmed to produce a boy, the baby will become male only if during pregnancy, the mother produces enough male hormone called androgen. If there is insufficient androgen, the baby will become a girl.
GIRL — At the moment of conception, if the fertilized egg is genetically programmed to produce a female, this baby will always become female, regardless of the presence or absence of the female hormone estrogen. These facts indicate that the common beginning in humans is always female. Thus, the determination of female sex is independent of any hormone level, and the determination of male sex is dependent on androgen levels. Therefore, in the beginning we are all females... unless proven otherwise! It is evident that these facts contradict the biblical version of human origin. On February 23, 1616, the cardinals of the Inquisition in Rome prohibited Galileo from teaching that the earth traveled around the Sun! 367 years later Pope John Paul II declared that Galileo was right!
Woman (Diagram) What are the parts of the female genitals? The ovaries, the tubes (Fallopian), the uterus, vagina, clitoris, small and large vaginal lips. The ovaries are about the same size as the testicles, but they look like mottled pink-red plums during the menstrual years. After menopause (change of life) the ovaries become wrinkled and look like peach pits. The ovaries are two baskets filled with eggs. At birth a female has two million eggs in her ovaries, but upon reaching puberty (on the first menstruation) the number of eggs reduces to 300,000. Of this large number, the right ovary and the left ovary each releases only 150 eggs. These 300 eggs form the selection from which babies may be conceived. Each month from alternating ovaries, one egg is released to fall in the funnel of the tube and then travels along the tube towards the uterus. If during its journey the egg meets the sperm, fertilization takes place and pregnancy begins.
The uterus is hollow inside with muscular walls where the placenta forms a nest where the baby can grow. The uterus has the size and shape of an electric bulb! This will be important to know so that later we can understand why women have orgasms of 40, 60 and 100 watts. The cervix of the uterus —corresponding to the metallic base of the bulb — is the site where 71 percent of the uterine cancer occurs.
The vagina (Diagram) was named by the Romans because of its similarity to “the sheath where the dagger is inserted.” Today, in medical terminology it means tunnel or canal. It also has the configuration and size of a regular electric bulb: narrow at the entrance and widens as it deepens. Clitoris is a Greek word meaning “key” or “switch.” It is, electrically, the most sensitive zone of woman’s sexual organs and is the size of a cherry. The small and large vaginal lips are erogenous zones (give pleasure) which we will later examine together with the erectile zones (rigid by distention.) In the next chapter we will look at the eighteen sexual nerves which form the electrical wiring necessary to spark the electricity of love.
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