Journey of the DNA
The Christmas season always invites a connection to one's family, generally biological family, whether relatives are close or estranged.
In the Age of Technology, the quest to find out more about one's genealogy has taken people down some very interesting roads. Through DNA testing, true biological parents are easily determined. Adopted and sperm donor parents are sometimes sought and found online, or through other sources in a quest to answer questions about one's genetic code and more. People abducted/taken in childhood are finding their way home (this is also a metaphor for the human biogenetic experiment).
The more we search the more we understand how far back our roots go and how connected we all are, especially to famous bloodlines. Websites like Ancestry.com is one of many that help trace one's lineage.
Everything in this program is patterns.
Did you know all 44 U.S. presidents have carried European royal bloodlines into office? 34 have been genetic descendants from just one person, Charlemagne, the brutal eighth century King of the Franks. 19 of them directly descended from King Edward III of England. In fact, the presidential candidate with the most royal genes has won every single American election.
George W. Bush, the 43rd U.S. president, and Barack Obama, the 44th president, are 11th cousins through Samuel and Sarah Soole Hinckley of 17th-century Massachusetts. George W. Bush and his opponent in the 2004 U.S. Presidential election John Kerry share a common ancestor in Edmund Reade (15631623) and his wife Elizabeth Cooke. Bush and Kerry are 9th cousins, twice removed.
How about Obama being related to Sarah Palin? Barack Obama related to Sarah Palin, Rush Limbaugh and George W. Bush, ancestry website claims - LA Times - October 13, 2010
Many celebrities descend from royal lineage. For example Tom Hanks is a descendant of King John of England, who reigned from 1199-1216. Tom Hanks is not alone in this royal lineage. Other famous celebrities who share this bloodline include Ernest Hemingway, the famous novelist and writer, actor Steve McQueen, "The King" Elvis Presley, and actresses Glenn Close and Sissy Spacek.
Here's the thing ... bloodlines and genetics follow specific patterns and attract souls within them to play out key roles in history - or its one soul playing many roles simultaneously, as past history has shown us.
We are all related at this level of the game as well as to our ET counterparts in other programs. They are not really ET but you and ME. At the end of the day - and the game - one soul is playing all the roles and is now calling them back to source.
more than ever we want to discover what makes us tick (tock)!
Nostradamus Google Videos
Nostradamus is best known for his Quatrains.
The wheel of karma will synchronize to eight
As the hourglass ascends from time.
The snake, the lion, and the king will cease to exist
Extinguished into the darkness, the souls into light.
I may not be a rich older woman in today's world of millionaires, but I am strongly independent and can speak for other women in my age group who are like me - friends and clients. Older women do not want to be caretakers. They want what younger women want - what we all quest for at any age - romance, a man who is sexually able, is fairly healthy, independent, can embrace life, understands his emotional baggage, is open to all kinds of conversations, and most of all is fun. Gentleness and kindness in a man are very important vs. the man who carries anger, frustration, and rage. Why do we look for slightly younger men ... because they are more open, and sexually more attractive. I couldn't imagine dating a man my age, as most have issues, are too set in their ways, and most likely do not get what I am here for, just say they do.
Rich Women Prefer Attractive Older Men Live Science - December 13, 2010
Some have already dubbed it the George Clooney Effect: Psychologists in Scotland have found that as women become more financially independent, they want an older, more attractive male partner. Studies have previously found that women place greater emphasis on whether a man can provide for them, while men place more importance on good looks. The new study revealed that as women earn more and become more independent, their tastes actually change. The finding suggests that greater financial independence gives women greater confidence in choosing their partner. Instinctive preferences for material stability and security become less important, physical attractiveness becomes more important, and the age of a woman¹s partner also increases.