Oh, don’t get me started on the whole “monkeys are chimps” thing. I’m just floating a “meme” here. Is it irony that AIDS in Africa originated in eating “Chimps” infected with “SIV” or “Simian Aids”? I think it’s strange that Global Blood suppliers managed to infect or kill 90% of Hemophiliacs in world by providing them with tainted blood. If Hemophiliac is the “Royal Disease”, woe to generations of boys, who could not be king.
Worldwide, over 120,000 men, women and boys…a true “genetic holocaust”…are now infected with HIV world wide…due to tainted blood transfusions At least 25,000 have died.
In some areas, the Rh-Negative blood factor is referred to as “Blood Royale” or “Royal Blood”. For centuries, European royalty have been inflicted with Hemophilia or “bleeders disease”. Apparently, Queen Victoria was a “carrier” of Hemophilia and gave it to all of her children who then intermarried and infected the bloodlines of very throne in Europe during the 1800s and 1900s.
As a direct result, Hemophilia became known as the “Royal Disease”. To keep this in perspective, only about 5% of all “royalty” have Rh-Factor negative blood…which means “less than the general population. That would indicate that the vast majority of “rulers” and “monarchs” are NOT Rhesus-factor negative. Is this by chance? or by genetic engineering called “arranged marriages”?
For all practical purposes the cultural group with the highest rates of Rh-negative blood are the “Berbers” of Morocco. In an earlier meme, i indicated that the highest concentration of Rh-Factor Negative was from Iraq. It seems that the Berbers may actually have originated thousands of years ago, from the border of Syria and Iraq.
If European royalty are no disposed to intermarriage with Rh-Negs, it may be because they are avoiding the “arab” bloodline? Let’s not get ahead of ourselves. It appears that the Basque Rh-neg factors come from ancient Berber sea farers as early as 8,000 BC! Perhaps, many of the “cave paintings” may be attributed to “strangers” of great artistic ability that migrated into the area.
Is “hyper-creativity” a “symptom” of Rh-Negative Blood? Artists? Entertainers? Who knows…but if European Royalty refuse to marry into the Rh Negative blood line it means one thing…Rh-Neg people are a “competing royal line”.
How do you get rid of it once and for all? Although the British would love for you to think that Victoria was the world’s first carrier…don’t be confused. It was he Hapsburg’s disease. Was Victoria a Hapsburg?
The unofficial motto of the Hapsburg family was “Bella gerunt alii, tu, felix Austria, nubes!” (”Where others must fight wars, you, fortunate Austria, marry!).
It’s curious that “marriage” can be a “dynastic” undertaking but it can also be a perverse form of “bio-warfare” or “genetic warfare”. In fact, the disease was much more ancient.
The “Father of Surgery” was El Zarhawi or Albucasis, 1013-1106. Albucasis described a family where only males died from blood loss after the most trivial of injury.
His full name was Abul Qasim Khalaf ibn al-Abbas al-Zahravi. He was born and brought up in Zahra (zorro?) , the royal suburb of Cordova (Arabic Qurtuba), the capital of Muslim Spain. As we know from the history, Zahra competed in grandeur and magnificence with Baghdad. Al-Zahravi served in the capacity of the court physician to King Al-Hakam-II of Spain. After a long and distinguished medical career he died in 1013 C.E.
As an inventor of many surgical instruments, Al-Zahravi is famous for developing instruments for internal examination of the ear, internal inspection of the urethra and for applying or removing foreign bodies from the throat. He introduced such new procedures as cauterization of wounds, crushing stones inside the bladder, the vivisection and dissection.
He applied cauterization procedure to as many as 50 different operations. In addition, Al-Zahravi discussed the preparation of medicines and the application of such techniques as sublimation and decantation. He prescribed the use of diuretics, sudorifics, purgatives, the absorption of pure wine and hot baths. Al-Zahravi was the first to give detailed description hemophilia and was the first to use silk thread for stitching wounds.
So, you begin to wonder if the good doctor was treating an “Arab” family in Moorish Spain for the disease. Then you begin to wonder just where a supposed blue blood like Victoria got her “Arab Royalty Disease”??? Was it a disease of Spanish Royalty?
In other words, was marriage to Victoria’s daughters a way to kill or weaken future “non-Hapsburg” kings…since mostly males only contract the disease from their mothers? Still, Hemophilia was in Royalty long before Victoria.
Victoria’s daughters passed the disease into the Spanish, German and Russian Royal lines and threatened the thrones of all of Europes major powers. It would appear that Victoria is actually a direct descendant of Ferdinand of Castille, who retook he city of Castille in 1236, where the surgeon Abulcasis had counseled King Hakam II about a family who’s sons died easily.
What’s the connection between Hemophilia, Rh-Negative, AIDS and Royal Blood?