Life Begets Life – Continuity of the Soul Part 6
By Elizabeth Clare Prophet
Here is the transcript of this YouTube video “Life Begets Life – Part 6,”It is a preview of the DVD* Life Begets Life – The Continuity of the Soul album 2, a lecture by Elizabeth Clare Prophet, 2 hours, $19.95.
In the fourth week of life, the embryo is one-fifth of an inch long. Yet that is ten thousand times larger than the fertilized egg. By five weeks it will reach one-third of an inch.
During the fourth week, the mouth and body cavity develop. Early eyes begin to form along with the other sense organs, the nose and ears. Tiny “limb buds” sprout. The head and neck make up half of the total size of the embryo. A small “tail” reaches its maximum length. It will disappear in the following week.
In the fifth week, we see an embryo at five weeks on this slide. During the fifth week, the head straightens up. The eye sockets darken as pigment is produced around the thirty-fifth day. The differentiation of the brain has advanced to the extent that the cerebral cortex is clearly visible.
At approximately forty days, brain waves can be detected and recorded. The fetus can move, although the mother cannot feel the movement.
This is a slide of a six-week fetus. During the sixth week of life the arms and legs continue to take shape. The hands become web-like. A lens, a cornea and iris develop in each eye. The heart shows through the chest and is red in color. The liver is beginning to take over the function of producing blood cells from the yolk sac. The brain is easily visible since the bones have not yet formed in the skull. Facial features begin to develop.
In the seventh week of life the embryo is “recognizably human.” Eyes, ears, nose, lips and tongue are formed. At this time more than 100,000 new nerve cells are created every minute. The embryo is completing the formation of all forty muscle sets, which will enable it to move spontaneously. In the completed skeleton, bone begins to replace cartilage. The jaw forms. Buds of milk teeth are nested in the gums.
At eight weeks the embryo has grown to one inch or more in length. He now looks like a tiny person. He weighs about one-thirtieth of an ounce. All the internal organs are formed. The future developments until birth will be those of size and perfection of detail.
At two months of life your baby has all that he will have for the rest of his life. Think how important your diet is, your spiritual life, your attitude, the harmony of your being. All of this has has affected the foundations of your baby. His matrix, his design, is sealed at eight weeks.
Now the embryo is called a fetus, which is Latin for young one or offspring. At two months the fetus can move his arms and legs and swim in his watery world. Some little ones have been recorded turning complete flips in less than two seconds.
There are 1.6 million abortions performed annually in America. Fifty-one percent of them are performed before the eighth week. That's 816,000 abortions before the eighth week.
Now we see the third month of life: nine to twelve weeks. This is a slide of a twelve-week fetus.
During the third month of life, the fetus will grow to a length of two to three inches and a weight of about an ounce. The womb has now doubled in size and the tiny child uses it for vigorous activity.
Dr. Roberts Rugh, an experimental embryologist, writes,
“Now when the brain signals, the muscles respond and the fetus begins to kick, turn its feet, and curl its toes. Its delicate arm bends at the wrist and elbow, and its tiny hand forms a fist. The massive head atop the puny body pivots slightly on its stumpy neck. The face, with its sealed-shut eyes, squints, frowns, purses its lips, opens its mouth.”
The fetus has begun to “breathe” the amniotic fluid in order to exercise its respiratory system. He also drinks the amniotic fluid and begins to urinate. His eyelids have now fused together to protect the eyes. They will open again at the seventh month.
The fetus alternately sleeps and wakes. His whole body is sensitive to touch. He has ten fingers and toes and his own unique set of fingerprints. This slide shows the feet and toes of a ten-week-old fetus.
If his palm is touched he will make a tight fist. He exhibits reflex responses to outside stimuli.
And so, the wonder of life begetting life is before our very eyes.
DVD “Life Begets Life – The Continuity of the Soul album 2“
“When we abort life in the womb we are aborting the opportunity of a soul whose timetable has come to be on earth at that precise astrological moment. The timetables of the conception and birth of every child are directed by Almighty God, by the archangels and cosmic beings of light and the specific ascended masters who are the sponsors of that soul, the Godparents, if you will. These timetables are part of God's grand design of life.”—Elizabeth Clare Prophet, March 30, 1991
• Erroneous beliefs regarding abortion
• The abortion of the divine plan of a soul
• The worthiness of life, regardless of how challenging it might be
• Glimpses into the spiritual life of the unborn and the continuity of the soul
• The abortion of millions of American children since 1973 and the compromise of Earth’s divine plan
• And much more
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BUY Life Begets Life – The Continuity of the Soul album 2, by Elizabeth Clare Prophet