posted on Aug, 25 2008 @ 12:40 AM
Originally posted by Andrew E. Wiggin
not to offend anyone - seriously
but what makes me most angry about stories like this is when someone comes out and says "see, this is proof that all men of power are connected to
the four horsemen of the Apocalypse as it appears in the 7th chapter of the ancient Mediterranean sea scrolls"
this kind of "Investigation" isnt proof of anything other than someone actually had enough time to trace lineages to show that through 22 degrees of
relation, the two men are related.
you shouldn't be angry. Its called the six degrees of separation and it doesn't apply to genealogy in most cases.
Six degrees of separation refers to the idea that, if a person is one step away from each person they know and two steps away from each person who is
known by one of the people they know, then everyone is an average of six "steps" away from each person on Earth.
===wiki on six degrees of separation
CNN article on candidate relative ties
we are not all related by blood, but there is proof all around you that most presidents of the u.s. and candidates are related to royalty.
It only seems absurd because its probably the opinion of someone else that you identify with that it is merely rubbish. It doesn't out right prove
that there is a giant conspiracy, but these people are not overt. They are subtle.
I tend to believe that there is a lot more going on behind closed doors than we would like to think. If you are a person who has not come to terms
with your fear than your magnificent brain will find a way to constantly prove to you that which you want to believe, regardless of the mounds of
Nobody is going to come out on live television and admit this stuff with documents, and there wont be coverage of anything on t.v. Thats not how it
works, but look around you. The truth is right in front of you in the mainstream. It takes the right kind of eyes to see it though.
Being scared is what they want. It not only robs you of your own psychic energy, and renders you helpless and dependent, but it also keeps you from
seeing the bigger picture.
Denial is a powerful thing...