Entangled Photons

We first must understand the anatomy of a photon if we want to understand what the condition of photon entanglement actually is. When you visualize the photon as it is described for an electromagnetic universe, the mysterious entanglement condition of photons begins to come clear. First visualize the photon as per the electromagnetic universe.
The photon of the Electromagnetic Universe is an area of electromagnetic action moving through space at its natural speed of light. It consists of an area of electromagnetic charge that is greatest at its central forward point. The area of charge extends outward through space forever diminishing in strength as the square of distance.
The electric and magnetic amplitude that a photon can reach in free space is a constant. We know this intuitively because this amplitude does not appear separately in any of the equations that describe photon action. The equation E = hv is an equation that quantifies photon action. The constant h, usually thought of as Planks constant actually represents the electromagnetic saturation amplitude of free space.
A photon targeted at a detector screen will show an impact that is very near the central trajectory of the photon. It will not strike dead center because the position of the electron that is in the best state to absorb this particular photons fields will probably not be one of those at dead center of the trajectory.

Given that photon construct we can now understand photon entanglement.