posted on Jan, 28 2014 @ 07:00 AM
Do some research before you post!!
There is a lot of information out there, the O.P. clearly did research prior to posting, although it would be mathematically impossible to present all
of it in the first post of the thread. Each facet can be expanded and explored more, especially with the internet. Thus, more people add to threads,
as you did, and fill in the gaps - thanks for the information.
I was under the impression that a lot of the Hindu gods were blue, honestly - especially Krishna.
Perhaps the above account is true - or perhaps there is something more compelling and secret about the Royal Blue Bloodline? Is there a link
between the concept of Blue Blood, the Blue gods of ancient times, and the divine right to rule?
I think that is a good question, O.P.! The Egyptians believed that their Pharaohs were actually avatars of Ra and Horus, I believe.
The Pharaohs of Ancient Egypt were sometimes said to be incarnations of the sun gods Horus and Ra.
I remember the Zeitgeist movies making the case for Judaism having originated from Egypt, basing itself off of the Sun God.
In 3000 BCE the first dynasties appeared in Egypt with the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt. The rulers of these dynasties were equated with
the gods and with the duties and obligations due those gods. As supreme ruler of the people, the pharaoh was considered a god on earth, the
intermediary between the gods and the people,
Ancient History: Pharoah
To keep the blood-line pure, many pharaohs married their sisters or half-sisters and Pharaoh Akhenaten married his own daughters.
I believe that sometime past this, Ramses II was in power during Exodus - and the last pharaoh was Queen Cleopatra VII, and check this out - Cleopatra
ended up marrying Caesar, and also Mark Antony, and came from a Ptolemaic family of Greeks as well. There certainly seems to be some interesting blood
line stuff going down.
The high degree of inbreeding amongst the Ptolemies is also evident when one considers Cleopatra's immediate family. Her father was likely the
uncle of Cleopatra's mother. There were three uncle/niece and three brother/sister relationships in her ancestry going back to a single set of either
great grandparents or great great grandparents, depending on how the ancestry is traced. The relatively small number of ancestors can be seen from
the possible ancestry of Cleopatra VII as shown below.
Check out the ancestral chart here: Wikipedia: Cleopatra Ancestry
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