All in the family; a tale of blood lines

I try my hardest not to get caught up in conspiracy theories, but rather to sift through fact and fiction, in order to find out the real truth.

Every once in a while I come across a story which absolutely intrigues me, and I can’t help but sit back and read or watch it.

This one is about blood lines of Royal and prominent families throughout the western world, which can be traced back to the time of the Egyptians.

For Instance, did you know that:

LONDON—The truth is out: Prince Charles is related to Vlad the Impaler.

The heir to the British throne says he is related to Vlad the Impaler, the cruel 15th-Century Romanian warlord who helped inspire Bram Stoker’s 1897 vampire novel “Dracula.”

He makes the comments on an upcoming TV show to promote his interest in protecting the forests of Romania’s Transylvania region.

Charles says genealogy shows that he is related to Vlad, giving him a stake in the future of Romania. Charles’s great-grandmother, Queen Mary, is a distant relative of the notorious nobleman, whose victims are reportedly numbered in the tens of thousands.

The Prince of Wales has long worked to conserve the forests and has bought a five-bedroom home in the region.

On a visit to Romania earlier this year, he called Transylvania a national treasure because of its unspoiled landscape and centuries-old rural farming traditions.

“It seems to me in Transylvania there is a combination of the natural ecosystem with a human cultural system,” the prince said in the documentary, according to the Daily Telegraph.

“’This extraordinarily unique integrated relationship is so hugely important. People are yearning for that sense of belonging and identity and meaning.”

There are stories of Illuminati dynasties running back hundreds of years, and have family members who still have much power today.

You don’t necessarily have to believe it, but the logic is sound, and these people have traced families back many hundreds of years.

Take a look for yourself, and let me know what you think:

There are many powerful and influential groups in the world. Is it possible that a faction of these bloodlines are purposely steering the world in the direction they desire?

Are these groups fact or fiction? Or perhaps more likely, a mixture of both?

You can decide for yourself. Personally, I find it intriguing.

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Paul Townsend

Paul is a freelance writer who grew up in the UK and became an American citizen.

One thought on “All in the family; a tale of blood lines”

  1. I did not know that about Charles. Bloodlines and the belief in them is just another form of collectivism. The belief that a bloodline is more special than another, or that God sheds his grace on a family name is the kind of thing that leads to dictatorships. Nice job. This is another concept that needs to be scrapped in favor of individual endeavor. Not the name of a family.

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