What Happens to Royal Bloodline People Who Live Normal Lives
We sure hear a lot about the royal elite bloodlines, as there are all sorts of conspiracy theories out there. In fact there are so many stories, myths and legends that many are led to believe that some or even most all of it is true. Yet when we look at people who have royal bloodlines, yet live in our regular populations, what do we see?.
Well, this subject recently came up in an online think tank when one such person spoke up and stated; "I'm just a 42 year old mother of 2 but I have always held myself to a higher standard, even before I know where I came from".You see she is of Blue Blood Royal Lines and has lived a somewhat normal life although she has always lived to a much higher standard. So, why is this? Nurture or family values or even perhaps something in the genes themselves which propels that family to push their offspring to more responsibility and this would have a compounding affect over generations you see?.So, if one's parents are superstars thru and thru and over achievers, with passion for what they do.
And if one has the genetic displacement and family nurture to excel it is only merely finding that place where they can prove themselves and then such genetics will shine through. In sports I saw many great athletes perform at the highest of levels including myself. Many who had superior athletic genes to me even, and now looking back at the genealogy, I can only wonder if indeed that was not just one more plus in my favor, you see I have royal genealogy also. So from observational perspective it appears the "luck of the draw" has served me well. Consider this in 2006.
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