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-source: Daniel Goleman, article, Lost Paper Shows Freud's Effort to Link Analysis and Evolution, New York Times, February 10, 1987, page 19, as quoted in Morris, The Long War Against God, page 33.

A phrase used in explaining evolution is really a notion, that of ontogeny-recapitulating-phylogeny basically is saying that your evolution is a reflection of the evolution of all others, that is, the developing human organism.(embryo to fetus is ontogeny; fetus is Latin for 'infant', but, welcome to the English language, is in the dictionary as 'an unborn after attaining the basic structural plan of its kind, specifically, a developing human from usually two to three months after conception to birth; prior to that time it is called an embryro), is at one stage a single primordial cell, then a protozoan, fish with gill slits, a reptile, a bird, a primate and ultimately, a human being. Ontogeny refers to your evolution and phylogeny refers to the evolution of species.

My goodness! This is awfully fast for evolution, don't you think? All this in 38 weeks in a woman's womb? Perhaps a quantum leap existed. Such a remarkably flexible thing this evolution can be; first agonizingly slow, then amazingly fast! I speak facetiously. I guess it's whatever people will swallow, as most of them have a memory commensurate with their interest, some approaching the memory of a housefly.

-gill slits:
"The throat.(or pharyngeal).grooves and pouches falsely called 'gill slits'.(and looking a bit like them), develop into absolutely essential parts of human anatomy. The first pouches form the palatine.(relates to the palate – the roof of the mouth).tonsils that help fight disease. The middle ear canals come from the second pouches, and the parathyroid and thymus glands come from the third and forth. Without a thymus, we would lose half our immune systems. Without the parathyroids, we would be unable to regulate calcium balance and could not even survive. Another pouch, thought to be vestigal, by evolutionists until just recently, becomes a gland that assists in calcium balance.".The Face of Evolution, page 203.

"...If the opening were really part of a gill, if it really were a 'throwback to the fish stage', then there would be blood vessels all around it, as if it were going to absorb oxygen from water as a gill does. But there is no such structure in humans of any age. We simply do not have the DNA instructions for forming gills.

"What about the "tail"? Some of you have heard that man has a 'tail bone'.(also called the sacrum and coccyx) and that the only reason we have it is to remind us that our ancestors had tails. You can test this idea yourself, although I do not recommend it. If you think the 'tail bone' is useless, fall down the stairs and land on it..(some of you may have actually done that—unintentionally, I'm sure!).What happens? You cannot stand up; you cannot sit down; you cannot lie down; you cannot roll over. You can hardly move without pain. In one sense, the sacrum and coccyx are among the most bones in the whole body. They form an important point of muscle attachment required for our distinctive upright posture.(and also for defecation, but I will say no more about that)

"So again, far from being a useless evolutionary leftover, the 'tail bone' is quite important in human development. True, the end of the spine sticks out noticeably in a one month embryo, but that is because muscles and limbs do not develop until stimulated by the spine. As the legs develop, they surround and envelop the 'tailbone', and it ends up inside the body.".Creation Facts Of Life.by Dr. Gary Parker, Chapter 5, Embryonic Development.

Considering the assumptions of some pro evolution books, it's rather amazing how such temerity can come from conjecture. Evolution is a theory in search of sanity

According to Carl Sagan, The Dragons of Eden, 1977, Random House, New York, pages 57-58, showing he was either a man possessing cognitive dissonance or change of heart?

Josephus' Books on Wars of The Jews:
Book I From the Taking of Jerusalem by Antiochus Epiphanes to the Death of Herod the Great
Book II From the Death of Herod till Vespasian was sent to subdue the Jews by Nero
Book III  From Vespasian's coming to Subdue the Jews to the Taking of Gamala
Book IV From the Siege of Gamala to the Coming of Titus to besiege Jerusalem
Book V From the Coming of Titus to besiege Jerusalem to the Great Extremity to which the Jews were reduced
Book VI From the Great Extremity to which the Jews were reduced to the taking of Jerusalem by Titus
Book VII From the Taking of Jerusalem by Titus to the Sedition of the Jews at Cyrene

Antiquities of the Jews
Book I From Creation to the Death of Isaac
Book II From the Death of Isaac to the Exodus out of Egypt
Book III From the Exodus out of Egypt to the Rejection of the Generation
Book IV From the Rejection of that Generation to the Death of Moses
Book V From the Death of Moses to the Death of Eli
Book VI From the Death of Eli to the Death of Saul
Book VII From the Death of Saul to the Death of David
Book VIII From the Death of David to the Death of Ahab
Book IX From the Death of Ahab to the Captivity of the Ten Tribes
Book X From the Captivity of the Ten Tribes to the First Year of Cyrus
Book XI From the First Year of Cyrus to the Death of Alexander the Great
Book XII From the Death of Alexander the Great to the Death of Judas Maccabeus
Book XIII From the Death of Judas Maccabeus to the Death of Queen Alexandra
Book XIV From the Death of Queen Alexandra to the Death of Antigonus
Book XV From the Death of Antigonus to the Finishing of the Temple by Herod
Book XVI From the Finishing of the Temple by Herod to the Death of Alexander and Aristobulus
Book XVII From the Death of Alexander and Aristobulus to the Banishment of Archelaus
Book XVIII From the Banishment of Archelaus to the Departure of the Jews from Babylon
Book XIX From the Departure of the Jews from Babylon to Fadus the Roman Procurator
Book XX From Fadus the Procurator to Florus

-Intuition:
Using Your Inner Guidance System
We know that the body has a natural bias toward health and energy. It is designed to last for 100 years and way beyond with proper care and maintenance. When something is going wrong with any part of our body, we experience it in the form of pain or discomfort of some kind.

We know that when our body is not functioning smoothly and painlessly, something is wrong and we take action to correct it. We go to a doctor; we take pills; we undergo physical therapy, massage or chiropractic.

Massage is very healing. Massage with warm organic sesame oil, say about a 1/2 cup for the entire body. Massage is good as it soaks through the skin and helps with any free radical issue. We know that if we ignore pain or discomfort for any period of time, it could lead to something more serious. Sleep is one of the keys in keeping the body healthy.

How to Tell Right From Wrong.or, sensing what's comfortable and what's uncomfortable

The only time it matters if you are right is if it's important for open-minded others to know that you are, so that they may be helped in some way. In an argument, trying to prove you're right is futile. You may win the argument and lose a potential friend all at the same time. This would be wrong. Instead, cheer others up, making a difference toward their happiness.

Nature gives us a way to tell emotionally what's right for us and what's wrong for us in life. Just as nature gives us physical pain to guide us to doing or not doing things in the physical realm, nature gives us emotional pain to guide us toward doing or not doing things in the emotional or mental realm. The wonderful thing is that you're constructed so that if you simply listen carefully to yourself, to your mind, your body and your emotions and follow the guidance you are given, you can dramatically enhance the quality of your life. To do this one needs to listen to himself or herself. Listening involves being quiet and simply putting your attention upon that which at this time might be your concern and then note what wells up in your mind about it. Do you feel aversion to it or attraction? Does it make you feel comfortable or uncomfortable?

Just as the natural physical state of your body is health and vitality, your natural emotional state is peace and happiness. Whenever you experience a deviation from peace and happiness, it is an indication that something is amiss. Something is wrong with what you're thinking, doing or saying. Your feeling of inner happiness is the best indicator you could ever have to tell you what you should be doing more of and what you should be doing less of.

The Messenger
Unhappiness is to your life as pain is to your body. It is sent as a messenger to tell you that what you're doing is wrong for you.

Very often, you'll suffer from what has been called 'divine discontent'. You'll feel fidgety and uneasy for a reason or reasons that are unclear to you. You'll be dissatisfied with the status quo. Sometimes, you'll be unable to sleep. Sometimes, you'll be angry or irritable. Very often, you'll get upset with things that have nothing to do with the real issue. You'll have a deep inner sense that something isn't as it should be, and you'll often feel like a fish on a hook, wriggling and squirming emotionally to get free.

Divine Discontent
And that is a good thing. Divine discontent always comes before a positive life change. If you were perfectly satisfied, you would never take any action to improve or change your circumstances. Only when you're dissatisfied for some reason do you have the inner motivation to engage in the outer behaviors that lead you onward and upward.

Listen to yourself
Trust your inner voice. Go with the flow of your own personality. Do the things that make you feel happy inside and you'll probably never make another mistake.

Action Exercises
Here are three steps you can take immediately to put these ideas into action.
First, listen to yourself and trust your own feelings. If there is a part of your life that causes you stress and unhappiness, resolve to deal with it.
Second, identify those areas of your life where you are dissatisfied or frustrated for any reason. What changes should you, could you make?
Third, remember that nature wants you to be happy, healthy, popular and prosperous. Any deviation from those conditions is a signal to you that action is necessary.

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