Genetic researchers in the United Kingdom have made a rather interesting discovery, namely, that the famous Tudor King, Henry VIII, and all his notorious mental imbalance and behaviors, may have been genetically based:

Henry VIII\'s Woes Were Genetic

This article intrigues me for another reason, though, and that is, why were they looking at Henry VIII to begin with? One reason, of course, could be simple historical curiosity: to resolve an historical puzzle through whatever illumination that modern genetics can shine upon a problem, in this case, Henry's bizarre behavior in the last portion of his life, and his irrational mood swings. Those swings, we all know, had a dramatic effect on modern history: the break with the Roman Church, the creation of the Anglican Church, and the laying of the foundations for the British Empire: all this was the result of the influence of the House of Tudor - from Henry to Elizabeth - on English politics and society.

But my intuition - and it is only an intuition at this point - tells me that something more might be going on here than meets the eye, and that is, quiet genetic research into the various major bloodlines of Europe, that the proverbial "They" are looking for something, and, oh yes, along the way, we might find curiosities to dole out to the public along the way, useful curiosities to be sure, but curiosities nonetheless, to cloak the "real" goals of such research.

What we have here is a public admission that some serious genotyping is being done on one of the most influential and famous royal houses of Europe. That in itself should give anyone pause. Are there similar projects going on for, say, the Bourbons, the von Habsburgs, the von Hohenzollerns, the Romanovs? Indeed, could the proverbial "They" be taking DNA samples from the von Hohenstaufens? the Carolingians? Let's not forget, in this connection, what I mentioned in Babylon's Banksters, namely, that curious story that the Rothschild family traces its ancestry to ...well... to Nimrod of all people. While I found no direct corroboration of this assertion, I did mention that some of its twentieth century family members were indeed unusually named Nimrod, and the Rothschild financial empire also includes an investment group called the Nemrod Group.

My intuition, in short, won't go away... I think they're looking for something, and I think they're looking, for starters, in the royal houses of Europe. But I strongly suspect, also, that "They" are also looking elsewhere, in India, and Japan, and in the native Nations of North and South America. My intuition tells me we must watch this activity closely, and keep each other informed.

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Joseph P. Farrell

Joseph P. Farrell has a doctorate in patristics from the University of Oxford, and pursues research in physics, alternative history and science, and "strange stuff". His book The Giza DeathStar, for which the Giza Community is named, was published in the spring of 2002, and was his first venture into "alternative history and science".


  1. marcos anthony toledo on March 13, 2011 at 1:24 pm

    If there were Tudor decendents they could have been from Henry the eighth since he to my knowledge had any grandchildern the two sons that I have heaed of died at sixteen years of age and unless Randoff had a row in the hay a got some peasent girl pregent it had to be another branch of the family.

  2. Michael on March 10, 2011 at 5:44 pm

    This is a little off topic, but what do you all think about the Mormons research into genealogy? I live in the heart of the Mormon Mecca, and they have an entire department ,and building, established for the sole purpose of chronicling the heritage of the human race. The reason, to the best of my knowledge, is to be able to baptize the dead, those poor souls who never knew about the ” Gospel ” before the churches establishment. I am neither LDS, nor do I wish to be, but it has always struck me as odd that there is an entire branch soley dedicated to reasherching everyones heritage. I am just tossing that out there just to see if any one has any thoughts about the relevance between the two:-)

    • Justina on March 10, 2011 at 7:09 pm

      considering the masonic connections to the founders I think
      that while the expressed purpose is probably all that most
      of them incl. the research personnel know about, there could
      be a small element, maybe only a few individuals each
      generation, that have another motive.

  3. Bas on March 10, 2011 at 12:18 pm

    I couldn’t agree more, and have been looking for similar links since the advent of all those blood & genome databases back in the 70’s.

    You might find Dr. Joye Pugh is of interest (http://www.drjoye.com). She has written several books, in particular “ANTICHRIST The Cloned Image of Jesus Christ” where she postulates that it’s Prince William.

    A number of interesting interviews are also available (http://www.drjoye.com/videos_.html)

  4. Stig-ove on March 10, 2011 at 11:24 am

    Well this is an interesting writing you make mr Farrell. Some of us who has read the bible remember from Genesis the mentioning of Nimrod becoming a mighty one=a gibborim. And this to me sounds like they might perhaps be searching for or wanting to isolate the genotype of the nephilim perhaps from the royal bloodlines.

    If they have not done so thusfar.

    The link between dna and the earths medium as transmutative might give an lead on how the ancient myths about giants,nephilim etc was done in practice.

    If angels are not able to procreate as the bible states,maybe they used means like Tom Bearden writes about in his book gravitobiology, Like transmitting their Dna into human women or just genetic manipulation as in transhumanistic means.

    Insertion of a seed into the foetus to grow.

    Just my speculations and i also remember im an amateur compared to most people visiting this page.

  5. chris on March 10, 2011 at 9:52 am

    Its all that damn inbreeding! 🙂 Maybe thats why King George had a speech impediment too.

  6. Mel Hatfield on March 9, 2011 at 8:11 am

    Wow…close to home, Joseph. Here is some deep irony for you to consider. My mother is a Tudor. Her father was an immigrant from England’s House of Tudor. My father is a Hatfield and his family traces back to England, as well. Elizabeth (the first) Tudor spent her childhood in Hatfield House. I can’t speak of my genetic disposition being different because of this, though my wife may indeed call me moody at times. (Ha)

    I would point out that a similar curiosity existed in the life of the Roman Emperor Caligula, a somewhat mild mannered young man. This all changed when he recovered from a sickness to become a vile demented figure.

  7. mary on March 9, 2011 at 7:20 am

    Joseph what do you think they are looking for?

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