Where do green eyes come from?

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posted on May, 19 2013 @ 07:41 PM
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Originally posted by billdadobbie
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i remember that guy uri geller coming out with the line that green and blue eyed people were not from this earth makes you think


I can't see how lack of certain chemicals in the eye can make a person an alien. most Mexicans have brown eyes and they aren't aliens unless they come to this country.




posted on May, 23 2013 @ 09:23 AM
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Originally posted by asmeone2In light of the Are Blue Eyes Mutations thread a while back, I'd wondered, what is the mechanism for causing green eyes?


Alien breeding programs.


Originally posted by LostNemesisAlso, that it's extremely rare for a natural red-head to have anything BUT green eyes. What causes this?


The aliens are very good at what they do. You should watch The X-Files, it is all explained in great detail.


Originally posted by rickymouseI can't see how lack of certain chemicals in the eye can make a person an alien. most Mexicans have brown eyes and they aren't aliens unless they come to this country.


Don't laugh, there is a connection. Remember Roswell.
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posted on May, 23 2013 @ 10:05 AM
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I was born with white/blond hair and green eyes. I am now middle aged and they look somewhat like the pic of the Afghan girl below, except my Iris' are not as large as hers, so there is more of a green frame. My DNA background would be from the European Baltic regions, so it looks like those common ancestor traits pop up now and again.



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posted on Jun, 12 2013 @ 04:43 AM
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When I tried to track the origins of green eyes and hazel eyes...the furthest back that I could track both was ORIGIN in the Aegean Sea, baby!

Green eyes follow the same path as ancient boat migrations of red heads. Red heads come out of the Aegean c. 7500 B.C.E. and colonize the island of Cyprus, the coastal Levant, the coastal Palestine and Egypt. Their migration goes across north African (primarily Tunisia then Morroco). Into Spain by about 7000 B.C.E. And into the Atlantic coast of France, Belgium, England, Scotland and Ireland also around 7000 B.C.E. This ancient group of red heads with green and hazel eyes among them had the unique burial practice of excarnation.

By 6500-6000 B.C.E. Levant and Palestinian red heads practicing excarnation used to plaster and paint the excarnated skulls. White skin, green or blue eyes. And the craniums were painted with red ochre paint for the red hair. In Egypt, red heads who practiced excarnation changed their burial practice to mummification.

Irish, Scottish and British red heads continued their excarnation burial practices. And even Christopher Columbus of Spain decided to have himself excarnated. (Columbus loved those ancient maps of red heads who sailed around the world).

But the Spanish red heads who practiced excarnation, they imported the Black Vulture of Thassos for the sacred excarnation ritual.

So, yes. Red hair, green eyes, hazel eyes.....ORIGIN, Aegean Sea. Spread throughout the Mediterranean and Atlantic Ocean 7500-7000 B.C.E. =)



posted on Jun, 12 2013 @ 05:24 AM
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my other half has red hair green eyes so you must be right in my opinion

but our kids all have blue eyes like me (the daddy)



posted on Mar, 27 2015 @ 01:58 AM
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originally posted by: skeptic1
I was born with white-blonde hair and blue eyes. When I hit puberty, my hair slowly turned red and my eyes turned pure green. I think I am part lizard.


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That is awesome! I have a relative who was blonde as a child but as he aged his hair turned black.

I'm no expert on genetics but it seems to me that red hair *seems* to originate from the Ireland/Scotland region. And isn't it strange that only such a small population would have red hair? Whereas blue eyes, black hair etc are pretty common in comparison.

And why do we never see blonde black people? Or red haired Chinese for example?

In fact, why do we never see blue skin or green hair or purple skin? Why were brown/white/black skin tones the main ones? Wouldn't it make more evolutionary sense to have green skin in order to blend in with a forest, let's say?
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