PART IV: ORIGINS
by Anthony Forwood (2011)
31: Royal Bloodlines
Since the time that the ancient peoples of our historical past were ruled by priest-kings and pharaohs, and on through history to today’s royalty, rulers have claimed their divine right to rule by reason of their genetic ties to the gods of old through their bloodlines. The earliest ancestors of this line of rulers can be traced back to those offspring that were the result of the gods interbreeding with humans. Since those early days of their rule, the ‘divinely chosen’ have attempted to keep their lineage pure through intermarriages between them, rather than to debase it by mixing their blood with what they refer to as ‘common stock’. The geneological records show that the royal bloodlines do indeed trace this retention of genetic purity all the way back to our earliest times. According to author/researcher Fritz Springmeier, there are thirteen bloodlines attributed to the Illuminati families. These are the Astor, Bundy, Collins, Du Pont, Freeman, Kennedy, Leigh, Onassis, Rockefeller, Rothschild, Russell, and Van Dine families, as well as the Merovingian bloodline (which includes the royal families of Europe). Prince Charles, coming from the Merovingian bloodline, is related to a number of US Presidents, including Washington, Jefferson, Madison, both Harrisons, Tyler, Taylor, and the Bush family, as well as to Bush's vice president, Dan Quayle, and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson.
What would be the purpose in having such a desire to retain the purity of a bloodline? Why would it be necessary or desirable unless there was something truly special about such a bloodline that impurities would negatively affect? For some reason the royal lineages feel that it is important to keep their genetic ties to the ancient gods intact.
If there is any truth to the many surviving legends from different cultures that all tell of a race of god-like beings who arrived from the heavens, created humans, and then interbred with them, then it begins to make some sense.
In both the Sumerian texts and the Book of Genesis, we are told that the gods decided to destroy the human race, but that one of these gods saved a certain human and his family. In the more familiar biblical texts, we know this man as Noah, who was a direct descendant of Adam. The fifth chapter of the Book of Genesis gives us the full generational lineage from Adam to Noah, and ends when Noah is five hundred years old, and his sons are born. Immediately after this, at the beginning of the sixth chapter, we’re told that the ‘sons of God’ took human wives and interbred with them. Following this, corruption and evil spread in the world, and this led the gods to want to destroy their creation. Genesis 6:9 reveals a clue as to why Noah was saved when it states, “Noah was a just man and perfect in his generations”. This is actually saying that Noah’s genetics were perfect, completely untainted by hybridization through the giants. This is why Genesis lists the generations of the first-born sons of Adam’s descendants: to show that Noah was pure human stock of the original Adamic race.
The majority of the world’s population at that time had become tainted through the crossbreeding mentioned in Genesis 6:4, and this may have been the cause of the problems that led to the gods wanting to destroy their creation. But Noah, being of the pure Adamic race, was worthy of saving. The Flood event seems to have been intended to expel the tainted genetics from the face of the Earth, but alas, this didn’t happen as planned. As we can see in Genesis 6:4, which was prior to the Flood event, it tells us that there were giants in the land, and these giants were the original first-generation hybrids between the gods and humans. Later on, after the Flood, we find that these giants still existed, so they weren’t wiped out as intended, and perhaps other humans besides Noah and his family had survived the deluge as well. This would give Noah’s descendants a reason to want to preserve their genetics. The heathen blood of other surviving humans was tainted with the bad genetics that had originated with the hybrid giants, and so meticulous geneological records were kept within the families that descended from Noah, and these were the royal bloodlines. The genealogical records gave them the ability to assure purity when considering marriages and other sexual unions. Genetics was a key element in preserving this lineage.
According to the legends of old, the ancient gods tried and failed to make an ideal hominid creature several times before they succeeded in creating the Adamic human race. We even have possible evidence of these failures in the archeological record, where we find Neanderthal man, Cro-Magnon man, etc., being possible attempts at creating an alien/human hybrid. It may be that there only appears to be a ‘missing link’ in the human evolutionary chain because evolution did not occur in the manner that we’re led to believe it did.
It’s not the intention here to challenge any ‘divine right’ that the royal families of the world might claim to hold, nor would such a challenge make any difference. Such a right to rule is now based primarily on the power to dominate and control, rather than on heredity or divine right, yet the royal lineages of the world continue to retain the purity of their bloodlines and don’t mix their genetics randomly. Often it will appear that they do, but it will be found that those who are supposedly not of the same genetic bloodline and who marry into it are really members of that same bloodline but who were born outside of marriage and raised by surrogate families until they were brought back into the royal families through arranged marriages. Thus, Princess Diana, believed by most to have been of common stock, was really of the same bloodline as the royal family that she married into. In her case, she was used to enrich the withering genetics of the British royal family with her strong genetic traits. Such withering of the royal bloodline can be seen in the physical abnormalities of Prince Charles, which is the direct result of too much interbreeding. Because he and his descendants are heir to the throne, it was important that the genetics of his offspring be strengthened in order that the lineage was better preserved. A fitting mate was found for him who was of proven genetic stock, and after she bore him two sons (perhaps in case one did not live to take the throne), she was disposed of, and after an adequate period of grieving, Charles went on to marry his true love, Carmella. Beyond her genetics, Princess Diana was of little importance to the royal family, and was therefore used as a sacrifice once she was no longer needed.