Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Incest, inbreeding and consanguinity in Royalty

Inbreeding, incest and consanguinity

What these three words make you think about?

You are probably laughing while picturing a bunch of toothless redneck retards ala Cletus in The Simpsons or a monster from the Addams Family. 

But in reality, some of the wealthiest and most powerful people to ever exist were the result of incest, inbreeding and consanguinity.

For thousands of years, some people, mainly Royal rulers, have so much limitless god-like Power that they basically became living gods on earth. So these fortunate Royal people have nobody to relate too except the mythical gods themselves. At this supreme highness only one reasoning is possible. Since gods marry each other, so should royals. 

Egyptian pharaohs, Japanese emperors, Hawaiian kings and queens, rulers of ancient Peru, royals in Central Africa, Mexico, Thailand, and all across Europe... Intermarriages and swapped DNA with close relatives was not only accepted but encouraged. Cousins or nieces, even brothers and sisters, were all spouse material so long as they were of royal blood. 

It seem that with their boundless Power, these Royal Dynasties all had the same idea to marry each other thus keeping the bloodline "clean" and the wealth into the family, their Royal Family! It looked great on paper but in practice, as you will see in the following lines, inbreeding is a losing game in the long run. 

A typical depiction of a pharaoh.
The Pharaohs (ruler in Ancient Egypt) were the most famous inbreeders of them all. It was common for a pharaoh to marry a sister or two. 

King Tut aka Tutankhamun was the product of the union of his father and one of his father's sisters.

Believe me King Tut (Tutankhamun) looks better in his gold Tomb than in person.

King Tut (Tutankhamun) was disabled, inbred and malarial.

The Pharaoh was frail, weak, needed a cane to walk and was suffering from a clubfoot, temporal lobe epilepsy, malaria tropica and an extremely painful Kohler disease.

His parents were brother and sister.

King Tut / Tutankhamun ascended to the throne at the age of 9 but ruled for only ten years before dying from his numerous illnesses at the early age of 19 around 1324 B.C.

"Inbreeding is not an advantage for biological or genetic fitness. Normally the health and immune system are reduced and malformations increase," 
-- Carsten Pusch, a geneticist regarding King Tut

Cleopatra inbreeding incest
Cleopatra married two of her brothers, 
produced no children and had them killed.

I know thousands of Illuminati ghost hunters and conspiracy theorists who will love the following sentences.... Just like Royalties and Monarchies of the past, the Trillionaire Rothschild International Banking Cartel were an inbred family too. The Rothschild were adept at marrying their first cousins for three reasons.
  1. Marry Jews.
  2. Loyalty purpose.
  3. And more importantly, to keep the Money into the family.

The British monarchy most recent inbred...

His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales aka Prince Charles is a product of slight inbreeding. His parents are related as third cousins through Victoria and Albert, and also fourth cousins once removed, through King George II and Queen Charlotte. Now imagine what he might look like if his two parents were brother and sister!?!

Portrait of Charles II of Spain,
whose mother 
Mariana of Austria was also the niece of his father Philip IV of Spain.
As you can see with Charles II of Spain. Royal people of the time were just ugly people wearing expensive clothes. Just like todays politicians!

After several horrible genetic mutations, Royal dudes finally understood that you have to "soil" blood to make better blood?!? What did I said?? Anyway! The solution is in two words: morganatic marriage.

Morganatic marriage mean marrying someone of unequal rank, at least not a member of your extended Royal Family.

My two cents: Incest among Royal people is maybe not the best way to keep the blood "blue".

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