The cosmic events that led to the organization of the Solar System in which Earth now resides are briefly recounted in this work with inclusions from recent astronomical discoveries that continue to lend support to the unfolding theory presented in this work. What is then additionally discussed are the catastrophic repercussions that followed Earth’s intrusion into the present Sun’s domain of influence, some of which events actually proved to be beneficial despite wholesale slaughter and mutational evolution of most of Earth’s inhabitants including humanity itself. Among various other matters, what this also involved was the transmutation of vegetation which led entire societies to adopt farming in lieu of wandering in search of edible crops, a move that culminated in permanent settlements some of which eventually turned into major centers of civilization, even though it was not all that beneficial. In the meantime, up in the sky a new cosmic body appeared in conjunction with Earth’s primordial sun which the ancients considered to have been the self-begotten daughter of their former sole divinity. This gave rise to diverse assessments concerning both the character and the involvement of this newly visible goddess in relation to what eventually became known as the Creation. From an astronomical point of view, the plasmatic pinches that led to this equivocal situation are also discussed despite certain uncertainties that continue to litter plasma cosmology. Mytho-historically speaking, it also indicates that God created woman long before he fashioned man.