posted on Apr, 20 2011 @ 01:43 PM
I am not trying to be rude, but Alexandria's Genesis is a myth. Sure, people can have purple-tinted eyes. Elizabeth Taylor was the most famous proof
of that. However, just call up any geneticist and ask if Alexandria's Genesis is real and they will tell you no.
Think about it. One of the symptoms is supposedly "Lack of menstruation cycle (in women)" yet a commenter on this forum claims to have it and also a
child they birthed naturally. Do you see the conundrum? There is no pregnancy without some menstruation. If there were a shimmery, violet-eyed, almost
ageless humanoid existing today I think it would have at least garnered some comment from the scientific community. I have access (as do any college
students or anyone with Internet) to multiple medical and science journal databases and not one contains the mention of this supposed mutation.
This term came from fan fiction of the cartoon Daria. Here's the link of the person who wrote it: