posted on Apr, 2 2013 @ 12:30 AM
reply to post by FreedomEntered
The Merovingian added to the list makes me giggle a little for, if Springmeier is claiming that a member of the Merovingian (European royals) is of an
Illuminati bloodline then, theoretically, half the US populous could potentially be of an Illuminati bloodline. The reason why is simple. The United
States was founded off of investment into the Virginia Tobacco Company (a cartel) and this company was funded largely by investors--aristocrats whose
children would come to the US to oversee their American operations. If somewhere in your family line is a 17th century British colonist, you're
probably connected, genealogically, to one of the European royal bloodlines and a number of them tie back to potential Merovingian origins through
Charles Martel, an illegitimate born Merovingian who spawned the Carolingians. From thereon out, endogamy did the rest. Flash back forward to the
17th century colonists and odds are, they probably were all distantly related and if they weren't at the time, they probably were within 100 years.
Small gene pools do that.
I'm not a notable person in the slightest. Fairly typical middle class American and like a lot of Americans, I have a traceable lineage to a couple
royal lines, including Charlemagne. However, some of my very distant relatives would be George Bush, Sen. John McCain, and probably a couple of you
guys on this very thread all through most likely Charlemagne, William the Conqueror, Rollo or whomever. It's those darn aristocratic 17th century
British colonists. It's also why so many presidents come from the same familial roots. A lot of us Americans are probably related. Heck, I'm
probably related to Sulaw.
No comment on the rest but just wanted to point out the logical fallacy of claiming that Merovingian or European royal family bloodlines is a
non-starter. If it were, then most of us would technically be Illuminati by Springmeier's definition.