> First all my congrats. I just learned from my husband
> you had been promoted as MOD. That is wonderful news.
> It is fortunate he saw the post because I didn't have time
> to check everything lately.
Thank you. :) I just hope that I'm doing a good job and being fair.
> 2nd I understand totally your concern. When people take
> stuff literally it can do a lot of damage.
> Besides I personally think that there is 2 clans in this
> Bloodline (or maybe 3 different kind of people) those
> who try to do good in the shadow, so who try to use
> their power to harm or control others and the in-between
> who either have no idea of their heritage or just don't want
> to get involved. As I said previously in any group on earth
> there are good and bad people.
And there is the fourth group that has the same supposed bloodline but remains highly skeptical of it and thinks that those families that are running around wearing it on their lapels are rather pathetic. I think I'd fall under that category. I recently read an interview with Boyd Rice of Dagobert's Revenge where the subject of his "descent from jesus" comes up. Same bloodline from the names he has mentioned as my own and yet his attitude about it is just laughable and more than mildly appalling. Makes me want to slap people that think it's so fantastic absolutely silly for two reasons: 1. it's not even proven and 2. hello? there are a million others with the same bloodline...I find it pretty disgusting.
>So definitely a lot of
> is needed before passing judgment.
> That being said I don't think your children at more at risk
> any other children because anything can be used as an excuse
> to harm others.
I agree. I just really despise websites like the reptilian agenda that would make some believe that maybe my children are aliens and need to be cleansed off the face of the earth. There are alot of crazies in this world and it seems so unduly seperatist...especially for something that is all about genetics and NOT aliens. That's why I despise websites like that. Being a particuliarly paranoid mother (at least I admit it), I'd hate for somebody to look at my son and go o negative aryan reptile boy!!!! kill!! It's ludicrous but people are really nuts and actually believe this sort of thing.
>You just have to look at past history (the hate
> of woman because of the original sin, the persecution of
> Templars, Witches, Protestants, Christians, Muslims, Jews,
> til recently I figured that some people still balk when they
> told their kids have reddish hair.......... yes because it is
> in their genes and education that "reddish hair" was a bad
> like me being left-handed (child of the devil) forced to
> write with
> my write hand and on and on and on..............
Yep, red hair and left handed. Bad tidings indeed once upon a time. I developed pure white streaks in my hair when I was around 14 years old. It was amazing how many people commented on my white locks and muttered about it being a mark of a witch. All I could think was...this is the 20th century and you're thinking like it's the dark ages...Now that I'm older and have been prematurely graying for about 8 years, I don't hear the "mark of a witch!" comments anymore. They just assume it's gray hair :) It's very weird how these old stigmas stick around, isn't it?