The drama here described of the separation of He and She occurred in the the subtly remote distances impossible for our Kali-Yuga minds to comprehend. All this way before the Satya- Yuga of the golden Age. It was an intermediate time and space; in fact a Sunset, a Sandhya, in the same Dawn, in the Midnight at Noon. A Cosmic Prologue to the Drama, to the “Memoirs of the Archetype.” Something that has happened beyond the Archetype.” –page 166.
“When the egg of the He-She divided, the She separated from the He, she left first. And He will be the agonic pilgrim in search of the She, through the worlds, galaxies, where both must fight the enemy. But here another Egg-In-itself, She-He, who had contemplated the explosion of the He-She in and uncreated space, also divided her Egg, like the suicide of a New star, by solidarity, by A-Mor (Love without love) because she felt comradeship with the He-She, so to speak. And thus we have a She in search of her He through glorious wars and bloody sacrifices.
And someone, an unknown being, will be left to await the return like on the edge of a fountain. Someone who in the adventures of those two (four), played the Destiny of the divine impossible existence, unimagined even by the greatest pilgrims of nostalgia. Who was this being, who seemed to have dreamed all this, who risked so much in the mystery of the He-She and She-He? Is it someone who is beyond the Archetypes and Demiurge, even of the archetypes used by Hyperborean Siddhas as instruments of their combats? Someone who wanted to destroy the universe of the Demiurge, to break the Cycle of Cycles, to break free the prisoners of the Eternal Return. Someone who permitted the He-She and the She-He to part as pairs of opposites in order to enter into the nightmare, into the corrupt world of the Demiurge, to search for each other, to find each other again, fighting to transmute this evil creation?” –page 167.