Alexandria's Genesis: The Best Mutation Known To Mankind

Alexandria's Genesis: The Best Mutation Known To Mankind

by EpicFaggotory

March 6, 2009, Comments(1)
Myth & Legend

What's up everyone? Okay, so today I was searching up stuff on Elizabeth Taylor and her purple eyes, until I bumped into something called "Alexandria's Genesis". Apparently it's a genetic mutation that originated after a mysterious light "on a moonless night" in Egypt came and there were people with shimmery white skin and purple eyes, called the "spirit people". They soon traveled up north and disappeared without a trace. The earliest recorded story about this...I think is about CE 1330, in England, when a girl named Alexandria had her eyes turned from blue gradually to deep purple around her first birthday. Her parents went to a priest, thinking it was a witch that cursed her, but the priest said that it was "a myth come true".

The thing is, there's more to the shimmery white skin immune to tanning and burning and purple eyes. (Besides, I don't think Taylor has this. She just got lucky with the eyes). With these symptoms, I would love to have this mutation! Here's the symptoms:

-Shimmery white skin that doesn't tan or burn
-Deep purple eyes that remain 20/20 through lifetime
-Women are the carriers
-No menstrual cycle (Lucky!!!!)
-Usually brown or black hair
-Lives up to 130-150 years, with age slowed down, and stops around 50, causing them to look 20-30 years younger than normal age
-No weight gain, no matter how much they eat and they have great figures
-No body and facial hair; just has the hair they were born with, which is the head, eyebrows, eyelashes, in the ears, and in the nose
-Rarely digests (probably due to all the energy keeping their figures nice)
-Happens to Caucasians, but people who's had interracial children with the mutation are known to carry more genes from the mutation
-Mutation seems to get stronger every generation
-Immunity to all diseases or barely gets sick

I think I got most of it. But what do you think of this? Personally, if this story is true, I think they were extraterrestrials. The humanoid extraterrestrials have nearly the same description. (With the weird eyes, perfect bodies, and such...I'm so jealous, haha).

Anyone ever heard of this before? I know it's no coincidence that I bumped into this. The universe is trying to tell me something. I'm into aliens and all, but I wasn't even thinking of searching stuff like that at the moment. I just had to say what this is about. It's very interesting. Does anyone here have Alexandria's Genesis? I'm not sure...a lot of scientists say it could be possible, but I've never heard of any people known today to have it.


Summer Phoenix

March 6, 2009, 4:55 pm
Very interesting. I certainly don't share all those lucky characteristics, however my eyes do turn purple on occasion depending on my mood. I have brown hair, very white skin (mine burns badly and I have been blessed with near perfect health all my life with few issues. I am most certainly Indigo/Starseed I have no doubt of that.

I wonder if they are my ancestors?

Thanks for sharing..something to ponder.



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