I do not like that word and I won’t use it. I will use the word ‘climax’ instead.
One’s excitement at the climax of the act of conception seems to have a life-long effect on the progeny in two ways. It becomes the maximum amount of excitement the progeny normally produces, and it seems that the more excited the participants are, the less restricting the epigenetic methylation is (with a fully emotional climax by both parties, it appears the methylation is completely removed).
Methylation appears to be caused when, during infancy, an action expected to be positive is found to be negative. The genes that initiated the action are then methylated so they will no longer be activated.
Since situations that demand methylation aren’t usually situations that affect generations methylation is normally removed at sexual climax. Because human beings have become intellectually aware, people are usually aware of their actions at climax, so methylation is (I think) only relaxed, rather than removed. A fully emotional climax (one where both the participants have left their intellectuality) produces a fully ‘normal’ human being.
There also appears to be one other relationship in the womb to the intensity of climax. It seems that the second trimester is the period when the mitochondrial DNA is studied to understand who one is and what one’s function is.
While the basic features are always understood, the history does not appear to be fully understood unless one has full intensity. DNA is cumulative and the more energy (intensity) one has, the further back one can go, even to the beginning of our universe.