Inner cellmass
The origin of life

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The embryo is a largely hollow ball of about 120-150 cells, the blastocyst, with thickening of the skin on a certain spot. This thickening is called the "inner cell mass", the cells that make up the actual embryos. So those cells basically have the ability to grow into any of the 200 different tissues of which an adult human body is composed. At this point, they are called "polytonalite".

In the reproductive process between the existence of two human individuals and the emergence of a (or more than one) human individual, there is a process, in which we first distinguish two entities (the egg and sperm) and then for a while one (the Zygote). But just like the two entities are not identical with the prior, that one combined entity is not identical with the later. It still is an undifferentiated whole, tohoe wabohoe, out of which later becomes one or more individuals, as well as the pregnancysupporting tissues. So it is just a mistake to look back at concepion and say: "that was me". The question of when (human) life begins (and ends) is not to answer exact. What is certain is that it does not begin at conception.

Desolation and Idleness (Genesis 1:2): "Tohoe Wabohoe", an uninhabited unordered situation: the unformed matter. Without form, arrangement and structure. The main idea in a renewed concept of creation is, that all kinds of God-created forces, which in themselves can be devastating for life on Earth, serve God as a basis for more, or are made serviceable to a liveable earth. Think about darkness that may not exceed the limits of the night and so people have the opportunity to relax. Different aspects of the natural order are so finely attuned to one another that life on earth is possible, like earth and moon are.