There has always been tireless confusion over the genealogies of the gods of Sumer.


Egypt and the Veda. But it is very clear, as the Veda tells us why this is so as the unions were all polyandrous. That is, one woman had more than one husband and those husbands were all her brothers. There is much to be studied here from a biological viewpoint.


First, we have people who have a very natural diet and one of the reasons it was also sacred to them was that it allowed them to do what today world peoples cannot do successfully anymore - inbreed. Inbreeding and polyandry are inseparable, one will not work without the other.


Down through the ages cousin marriages were always popular but as one would expect as germ plasms weakened by poor nutrition more genetic* mistakes popped up. The church allowed first cousin marriages but as the years past it kept-spacing-them out to second, then third, until today not at all. a tribute to our degeneracy.


You cannot drink communion wine and eat white flour cakes and expect to do what the Lord himself did and he wound up marrying not only his sisters, but mother as well so it seems!


The Song of Songs of the Bible is a derogatory example of brother/sister marriage. Polygamy amongst the Gods of the Indra faction and of the Pharaonic lines was instigated for more females were born, their sisters, and they did not want the blood spoiled by outbreeding. This is sound reasoning if they followed through with the other regimens it takes which keeps it from being disastrous.

Up until right after the Civil War. cousin marriages were still quite strong here.


From the point of view of a true gynic woman, as Draupadi of the Veda, men were also their best insurance for the strength and unity of a family is the men. and if one died she was not at the mercy of nature as we have seen that monogamous women are. She is also not handicapped if there are offspring.


This was also the basis of the great brotherhoods, the real ones, for the family members formed powerful units as coitus was not a problem for they only bred for procreation, the begetting of healthy offspring being paramount with them, so there were no rivalries.


The Veda puts it much better than I:

"They cannot be alienated from one another: men who are in love with the same wife are not split... women think it a desirable virtue to have more than one husband"...

Draupadi was happy, despite her misfortunes,

"as they were with her, so was she supremely happy with her Jive heroic husbands, as is the river Sarasvati with her elephants. While the great-spirited Pandavas lived by the Law, all the Kurus prospered, sinless and happy,"2 and had "obtained five sons from her five husbands, heroic and bright like five mountains."

Each father taught them and with,

"well-conducted vows had finished their Veda studies, they learned all weaponry, human and divine, from Arjuna. And as they were followed by their broad-chested, powerful sons, like children of Gods. O tiger among kings, the Pandavas found joy."

In Egyptian history, there was a Goddess who was the daughter of four Gods who could only be Nephthys or Isis. The "Great House" was their home in On.

The Veda is very clear that the Gods were so perfect and followed all their austerities, that inbreeding was the great reward, the attainment of perfection that would be passed along. The Veda stated that it was the "super-human marriage as ordained by the Gods."


Most of the major Gods of the Veda have more than one father, even Siva whom the brothers of Indra claim as their son. When the Bhrgus dynasty ends, for instance, it is because the fathers have been killed and their only son must avenge them in the Veda.


The Vedas sway in their approval and disapproval of polyandry, depending on what part of the historical age it was written and which faction of the Gods it was, for monogamy and polygamy soon developed from the lines of Indra. As man and woman became more imbued with neurotic coition, the lineages deteriorated, inbreeding was lost, the cost of indiscretions.


Draupadi seems to have been a true gynic,

"I am the first to wake up, the last to bed down - that, Satya, is my charm, all the time. Yes, I know how to put a charm on my husbands, and no, I do not practice the ways of bad women, nor do I want to."

She struggled against the Dhrtarastra's when they tried to hold her marriage of heaven invalid, as we saw in "The Disgrace," with that then upon the earth, polygamy.

If you did not want children in "ugly human form" so says the Veda of these times, then you had to get back to inbreeding which meant a return to olive skin and pointed ears which does not sound too bad giving what trouble our 'normal' physiologies present to us now. But let us look into the biological basis of inbreeding and polyandry.

In the last ten years, science has come to the conclusion that inbreeding in itself does not produce mutation but it passes on twofold any defect caused from whatever source and a great deal. I believe, is from dietary sources.


First, in our 20th century minds, we must see the difference between inbreeding and incest, the two often quoted as the same, which they are most certainly not. Incest is the forceful taking of a family member for lustful abuse, familial rape in other words. Inbreeding is marriage between family members, here brother and sister.


The Egyptian and Sumerian texts speak constantly of love songs between brothers and sisters and even if it was not at that time. so. they surely harkened to a time when this was the norm. Marriage in fact, was more paramount to these relationships for it went beyond lust which had no part of the picture, only procreation. It was rightfully figured that if they had relations before, it was basically only erotism they were interested in.

In western culture there is a great blur between love and erotism.


Romantic, or erotic love, has a different connotation amongst 'primitive' peoples. It has been found that they laugh uproariously at our romantic love in movies and literature for they, unlike us. are well aware of what romantic love is versus true love. To them, becoming actually love-struck, as we describe it. losing our hearts, becoming emotionally involved and drained, even getting sick or affecting people to even go so far as to kill, strikes them as unbelievable.


They would laugh hysterically at "Dallas" and "Dynasty" for they know what every 14kt gold biochemist who sees it, knows. Romantic or erotic love is autocytolysic to each organism and not conducive to producing healthy offspring.


Why would nature cause two people to become silly sick about the other and then expect viable offspring? To the primitives, it is better to marry someone you love spiritually, in other words, someone who does not upset you, someone you were born to love, someone like you, a kindred spirit.


Most 'primitives' still marry cousins. We also see this still in Islamic countries where it is considered admirable to marry a cousin and also in Hebrew factions and in Japan where it is still the custom for the uncle to marry the niece. They think it all quite silly to go to such extremes, but nature has deemed this so for those who must come together and breed themselves out.


Cupids arrow really does hit right at the heart!


The truth all comes out on the wedding night if both are very nervous or, the other extreme, if both go at it like two whirlwinds. This is why coitus is sought to be as quiet an affair as possible as among the Arapesh and still in many Islamic and Hebrew sects. No one can create healthy offspring in such a chaotic situation which is supposed to be what it is all about.


With someone closely related, the biochemistry is the same, or similar, with the same body resonances as well, which is why 'love' between those unrelated is like spark and fire. It is often said among primitives that when the Gods wanted to drive man crazy, they made him fall in love, and on that point what the Gods did millennia ago is the basis for it.


The Veda too states that madness is love and to marry with one of the same blood is paramount. It is a waste of genetic material to do otherwise, When people become abhorrent of inbreeding, they divulge their own genetic impurities for to breed with one outside is an end to the lineage. Many people do marry those most like them whom they feel comfortable with and most marriages of lifelong duration are the people who have found they share genetic bonds. These are the marriages made in heaven.

Men will normally treat their wives more respectfully if they are sisters or cousins, for to harm her is to harm his own genetic lines.


One reason for so much family stress and divorce today is that the man can mistreat the wife and really have nothing to lose genetically, he can always get another when she runs out. In other words, the marriage was for erotism, not procreation. Among some Amish and Quakers of old who bred cousin to cousin (and still do), it was custom to allow the engaged couple, to prove that the union was not for mere erotic attraction but procreation, to sleep a night with one another.


As it is arranged by nature that matings can only be five to six years apart (or more), it would not be to the benefit of the organism to have one or both mates continually attracted because of gamic dysfunction, the marriages truly made in hell.


Instead of complimenting one another, they come together to destroy. When the Lord said to go forth and multiply, he knew his business, for he had the weak organisms that would gladly obey with pleasure. He just neglected to state they would die in the process.


To these people if you said someone was sleeping with the other, it did not necessarily mean they had coition as we mean the statement today, but that the man and woman were sharing body resonances which enhance the cell development of each.

The clergy has always had a tough time trying to explain the reasoning of Adam and Eve who had to be brother and sister, and in fact were, having missed the mother and son part of the story! Typically, the clergy ignores the episode of Lot's daughter's (Gen. 19:30) who seduce their father after getting him drunk on wine and children are begotten.


In the Bible, the Patriarchs married sisters, or 'half-sisters,' as ecclesiastics like to appease themselves. The "Song of Songs" of the Bible is a most debasing part, the tale of two lovers who wish they were as brother and sister, for then their love would be true and they would not have to go through the blindness of chaotic erotic attraction, which is sound reasoning.


But it is the rest that is derogatory and you can bet your minister will never turn to his congregation and read the lines from this!


They continually fight the problem of self-control between them, which a brother and sister would not go through. From this and the Veda and Sumerian passages, one can rightfully tell that lovesickness was quite new to these people. The "Songs of Songs" does tell us that the age old dilemma of gamic overindulgence stemmed from people unrelated.


In some societies as in Japan, children are brought in to be raised with a son or daughter in the hopes they will later marry, sometimes it works and sometimes not.


Many people have married "childhood sweethearts" and these can be the best of marriages. Often little girls who lose their brothers die shortly after if they were close as in a 17th century letter of a father after his son's death, who tells a friend how his daughter wanted to be buried next to him. She then died. Suttee comes at any age.

The Egyptians of course were well-known for their brother/sister marriages as were the Mayas, Incas and Hawaiian royalty.


However, the Greeks and Romans were famous for it also to keep the fortunes in the family. Down through the ages, even Charlemagne kept his beautiful daughters to himself, having educated them himself and thought they were too fine to allow others to marry them. Several children were born to them. The Pharaohs too practiced father/daughter marriage for the same reasons.


Often one woman would have the titles, King's Daughter, King's Wife, King's Sister. And of course, the most famous, Cleopatra, who was married to her oldest brother who was killed later in battle and then married to her younger brother whom she naturally rejected, as it was more a political union it seems. If there was one rule they seemed to follow ardently, it was the restriction between mother and son although the women of the early lineages did not age it seems and appeared more innocent as in the case of Indra and his mother.


However, it can also mean that the man is more gynic (not Indra's case) or the woman more andric (not his mother's case) and the attraction there, or the man is immature and the woman andric. Amongst the Zarde of Africa, the chiefs marry their own daughters. The Koran is passive about consanguinity. In Britain, marriage to first cousins is still six out of one-thousand, but in other areas when the chance to leave appears they would rather marry out.


It all depends on the genetic stability of the individual. In the Figi Islands, cousin marriages are fifty times greater than in Britain. India with its caste system are noted for it.

It seems ridiculous that Egyptian Royalty, much less others as Mayan or Hawaiian, would subscribe to such unions if offspring were born feeble-minded for they had to be of superior intelligence giving their duties of ruling. Cleopatra was the result of five or six generations of brother/sister unions and they all seemed to suffer no differently physically or emotionally than the average outbred person.


Cleopatra was said to be exceptionally intelligent, and probably was, given her position, being well-schooled in the arts and sciences.

There are something like ten new gene mutations with every outbreeding couple today who are unrelated. Nine out of ten children today cannot make it past childhood without the so-called 'wonder-drugs.' Strains of inbred mice are well-known for their genetic stability with no aberrations because of careful breeding which is vital to experiments. Inbreeding in laboratories however, is often unsuccessful unless the researcher prescribes a natural, biologic diet for his animals.


Among people, first cousin matings are notorious for genetic disorders as phenylketonuria, and alkoptonuria idiocy, but there is much of the latter in outbred matings also.


The Amish are a good example, though they prescribe to the old ways they also eat white flour and sugar and it is catching up to them as dwarfism and other 'genetic' defects are now appearing. But this is not inbreeding, but diet affecting the germ plasm for they have gone years without trouble and suddenly it arises.

Surprisingly, there has been found to be diversity in inbreeding for these differences are allowed to take effect under the guidance of favorable influences from the environment which cannot occur in genetically weak parents. It is of interest that diet and breeding by the phases of the moon are adhered to in the Veda and Talmud for mating under a full moon is advised against.


Diet restrictions are well known to be practiced by 'primitives' when mating is to be done, as it is well known food will affect the ovum and sperm.


Charles Darwin was the product of a first cousin marriage which is no good advertisement for it, for if his parents had put down their tea and sugared cakes, evolution would probably never have been born!

In the wild when conditions are good, animals will inbreed brother to sister, but when not. cousin to cousin. An experiment was done at the St. Louis Zoo to preserve the declining zoo population of Spekes Gazelle, a beautiful animal 3 feet high and 20-30 pounds, but as no wild members could be gotten they had to mate the sole remaining male with his daughters and granddaughters. Miscarriages were numerous.


They finally won in their quest by monitoring DNA samples from each newborn and culled those unfit. These people sure went to much unnecessary trouble. They admitted that in the wild these animals interbreed with no problems, so why did they not take the hint?


The gazelles were not on their natural biologic diets, so what else could they expect? With evolutionary thinking, they reasoned, those carrying the deleterious genes would die which allowed the others to live, but there would have been no bad genes had they played their biology cards right.

Cheetahs in Africa are going through a rough period, so we cannot say that the natural habitat is best always, for it is not always natural itself. Cheetahs are well known for their brother/sister matings and for their success as the fastest and best of hunters. In zoos, as in the wild, their offspring are usually healthy (or as healthy as can be in a zoo although they will outbreed more.)


However, in Africa their hunting areas are being disturbed and many are facing extinction as they cannot keep up the particular nutritive qualities their inbreeding demands. Disease is quickly overtaking them. Those in zoos are suffering too. and one researcher stated that it cannot be because of captivity as they are only two generations away from the wild, so it is a genetic problem!


All it takes is the first generation on a different food to drastically alter the biochemistry in man or animal as was found among Hawaiians. Amerindians and Africans. The next generation is hardly recognizable because their genetic chemistry was too stable and it was like a nuclear blast to their cells.

The Yanomamo Indians of South America have incestuous relations with each other and brother will marry sister. I would like to go into detail here though on their history. In sensationalized anthropology books and magazines, the Yanomamo are portrayed as the most warlike people there are. Well, they are. They have war for one reason, to steal the women of other tribes.


They practice infanticide on females, so it is claimed, but if they steal women so, why do they do this? And, on the other hand, they will threaten a wife who does not deliver a son.


Napoleon Chagnon, in his excellent research of his life among them, says no one knows why they do most of the things they practice. However, media hype neglects to tell us that there are a great deal of other tribes that are not warlike in this tribal family.


This is strange until you realize why only particular tribes are so. The condition is a grave one. which occurs worldwide, it is called missionaries. When first discovered, these Indians were much like many South Sea and African peoples and like the remote tribes about them. They had little or no disease and their coition habits were nothing compared to now.


The story is an old one. and always the same broken biological record.


The whites came in with their sugar and alcohol and other unnatural foods, and in their genetic purity, degeneration hit them overnight. When Napoleon first saw them he was appalled at their filthy habits and those that greeted him had green slime dripping from their noses from hallucinating drugs they inhaled. If this is so. the one reason they have to fight for women is clear, they are producing too many and were probably polyandrous before.


They will kill a baby if the mother is yet nursing another as they have lost biological control. This is proved by the ones Napoleon found who were most ashamed that they had broken the taboos of no coitus during pregnancy and nursing. Why would they be so ashamed if they had not felt they had broken a basic natural rule? They nurse three years or more.


The few women there are taken by the top men in polygamy, a reflection that natural gender control had ended, for a people will always produce more females than males when declining. Their entire history as reported by anthropologist's spells poor diets.


Scholars as Chagnon did not even grasp the problem for he was on sugar himself, I do commend him on his criticism of Protestant and Catholic treatment of the people which was very wrong and cruel:

While I could no! freely express my opinion in the Venezuelan press or before my Venezuelan colleagues, things were different in the jungle where local policies and events took place before my eyes and where there were fewer official restraints to my reactions.


In some cases I could speak to and reason with local missionaries about their particular methods and policies. Some of them were willing to consider my views and at least listen politely. In rare cases the missionaries even asked my opinion and carried on o dialogue with me. I cherish the memory of these discussions and the people who initiated them, for enlightened reason and not dogma appeared to mean something lo them.


In most cases reason and dialogue were not possible, far the missionaries were incapable of viewing the differences between "good" and "bad" in anything other than narrow biblical or theological terms, and could not appreciate the argument that the wanton destruction of a culture, if not its human bearers, was morally "bad" by some standards.


Evangelism was by definition "good" in their terms if only a single soul was saved, and any price was worth paying to accomplish that end arid any method legitimate.


I once put o hypothetical question to o Protestant missionary as follows: Would you risk exposing 200 Yanamomo to some infectious disease if you thought you could save one of them from Hell - and the other 199 died from the disease?


His answer was unequivocal and firm: Yes.


A Catholic priest once commented to me,

"I believe the Yanamomo are subhuman - they act like animals and lack the essential faculties of being human."

How sad.


Theologians giving opinion on who is more "human" when they have a bloody past that would put Hitler to shame! As far as being "subhuman" they are it, for they are completely paralyzed to the meaning of life and could not even realize why these people were as they were for all they were suffering from was culture shock from the hands of the whites in the worst biological way, biological shock.


Once peaceful, they are now like them - libidinous, drunkards, drug addicts and warlike.


The Yanomamo, like so many the whites have reached, never needed such abominations as the rhythm method, condoms, the pill, as they retained instincts to keep them from the trouble abiological descent brings. There is also no evolutionary strategy to all of this, as the flip coin to religion tells us, for how long do they think people in such a state as this could make it through the ages if they were always like this?

The Yanomamo protect a sister if the latter has trouble with her husband as it is a matter of duty. Cousin marriage is the norm. When the first waves of whites came with their alcohol and poor food, they were all hit hard. It is difficult for whites to see their own mistakes for they were conceived in it. Only when something divorces them from it will they literally 'come to their senses.'

In Egypt, wives were 'sonit,' sister, instead of 'himit,' wife, till the end of the 18th dynasty, a reflection of days past as in the "Song of Songs" which speaks of the torture of not being related and foolish love harasses them. The resemblances of husbands and wives in Egyptian art give the obvious away.

I do not advocate any familial marriages for the fact that one must live the most holistic life to avoid the dangers and there are the high risks of mutation. A brother and sister are though, ideal partners if the situations were right, for they share half of each parents genes. Although, even if only the father shared his genes, which is supposed to be the norm, they would still have diversity for even in twins there is.


But again, to obtain this perfection means life of total dedication to the laws of life. Evolutionists say it is diversity or outbreeding that keeps the organism able to change with the environment, destroying those who do not. But diversity means losing instincts, and it is the latter which are capable of discerning and reacting to any environment.


Evolutionists get confused on what is termed 'instinct,' thinking it is a programmed behavior like their computers, never realizing nature is not a machine, dead like them. Having instinct means to have a full compliment of fully operating cellular structures, conducive to the particular species. In case they have not looked, not all geese go north in the summer, not all animals that are capable of hibernation do so all the time, nor do they always answer the primeval call of mating unless the conditions are right.


They are not all inept like man. who likes to have everything catalogued and in a neat little package so it looks good in a thesis and one does not have to do much work or study once it is in print, it is pat and solid like a rock.


If one adheres to a belief in our descent from a monomorphic form, it was this loss and our inability to cope with change that ruined us and does so with other animals. The cheetahs are dying out because what they are facing is not a natural change, it has gone beyond their particular capabilities of coping with an ecosystem disrupted by man. No one can react to an unnatural event.


Man has more instincts, or is supposed to. than an animal and is more cognizant and should be able to change his ways but he too is becoming like the cheetah.


Once the stability is broken it becomes harder to return. You probably could not tell a cheetah now of the wrong course he is heading, no more than you could a Christian missionary, both are biological disasters.

There have been 96 societies in the world who have practiced brother/sister marriage at one time or the other. It still occurs in western society when brother and sister are parted as children and somehow find one another, marry, only to find in horror later that they are related. Sweden has proposed to abolish the law against brother/sister marriage.


Chimps in the wilds seem to avoid it, but gorillas in their polygamous unions marry half-siblings or father and daughter. It seems through history brother/sister marriage was the epitome of genetic superiority, whether it worked or not was up to their own strengths and weaknesses. In Europe it was accepted until the medieval times when death was the punishment, which fits in nicely with the rise of refined foods which soon started to destroy these unions, just as it did in Egypt, Greece and Rome by producing sickly offspring.


Buddhism does not forbid it and bloodlines do tell for in a Buddhist community studied on the island of Kusoshima in Nagasaki Prefecture, although they did not have as many children among cousin couples, those surviving to 20 were greater than in the Catholic families of unrelated.


We have here a good example of quality versus quantity with better genetic stability in the related. Interestingly, the frequency for color blindness was 0.0417 for Buddhist and twice that, 0.0923, for Catholic. Now, these people were all from the same race, why the difference? Food. Buddhists have a lower fat intake and usually no sugar and less or no salt, using brown rice, not white.


Catholics, like all Christians, throw nutrition out of the window for they have the lord to help them, part of the lord's great and beautiful plan!


Buddhists, of course, are heathens to Catholics. Buddhism is meant to help people off their knees, not keep them there. Poor nutrition always makes people cowards to themselves, the oldest trick in the world, right Indra? What is interesting, is that although these people shared a common origin, their blood groups had split with B for Catholic and A or AB for Buddhist.


I have always been skeptical of blood groupings as pertains to race or evolution, for diet can certainly change them.

Cousin marriage was still very much alive in America up until the turn of the century; in Colonial America, 9 out of 10 were. In Islam, African, and Hebrew traditions, they are still the norm, but congenital defects are common, again a reflection of lifestyle, not inbreeding. In some Hebrew sects, as in Japanese, uncle/niece marriages are still allowed.


But instead of keeping the blood pure, poor diet, like outbreeding, is ruining the lineages.

In the Laws of Moses, familial marriage is prohibited which is strange considering Moses was himself an Egyptian, or really Nibiru. Given the events, however, his people could not interbreed for quite awhile, if ever again. Given the diet prescribed here though, it would not be long before they could do so. We also do not know how much of these laws were influenced by those down through the ages, or if he were addressing the Hyskos or the actual Hebrews, for the latter were the Egyptian royalty where such a rule would certainly not concern them.

The Persians, as the Egyptians, practiced inbreeding, particularly between brother and sister, claiming that the Gods of the Veda did as such.


These were the people who followed the teachings of Zoroaster (5707-500 BCE), who founded Zoroastrianism with the "Zend Avesta" as its Scriptures, another form of the Veda.


Here, Ahura Mazdah, or Ormazd was the "God of Goodness," while Ahriman (Angia Mainyu), the "God of Evil." The final war between them, as the Veda states, is yet to be.


Today the Ghebers in Iran, and Parsis in India, keep Zoroastrianism alive. Whether they still practice inbreeding to the extent their ancestors did, is not known. "Plutarch," "Strabo" each speak of it, or "xvetokdas" as it was called, and to be able to practice it took the highest degree of moral purity and was said to have been obnoxious to demons who could not overpower it. It was the pursuit of the perfect homoeostatic body.


Zoroaster was said to have come from a superior civilization and. like Moses, he made holy the ox and dog. He was said to have been a Magi, those men who were astrologer, physician and magician in one (today physicians are still magicians - presto! your money is gone!). 'Xvetokdas' was considered the second of the seven highest morals, the fourth of the 30 grievous sins (if you cannot do it) and ninth of the 33 ways of reaching heaving.


Zoroaster said it was the eighth of his 10 admonitions, you must practice it. But these people were very different than we today. They had very strict dietary and moral codes, they followed life's rules to the letter and by that they attained perfection.


They also lived in an atmosphere far different than ours today. Their rules were very strict and in most religions today and its peoples, particularly Christianity, this is beyond mental capability. It is much simpler to throw your woes into the lap of a God than have the initiative to do something about them. The "Divine Plan of ihe Ages."

It is interesting that those people I find to be direct descendants of the Gods have practiced inbreeding most.


Egyptians, Indians, Amerindians, Africans, South Sea Island. Orient and the Scots and Irish did ages past. Among Eskimo, if the mother dies, the daughter becomes the wife of the father and brother/sister unions are known. But here again is the same story, with the advent of western diet, they are giving birth to mentally retarded offspring, unknown before. They used to be an exceptionally intelligent people, but it is quickly changing.

We are now going to look at one of the saddest stories of brother/sister marriages, and one of the best examples of what Christian ignorance can do to a people. This is the story of Nahi-Ena-Ena, one of the last of the royal princesses of Hawaii, the sole daughter of King Kamehameha I. Her mother was Keopuolani. She was of a long line of brother/sister unions and chants told of their descent from the Gods.


Her parents had been half brother and sister. Since the 1500's, the Hawaiians had suffered from the affects of nutritional shock, and none more so than the royal family, whose bloodlines were as pure as any on the face of the earth at this time. But the Spanish and other visitors soon brought these lineages down.

Nahi-Ena-Ena was born around 1815, four years before her famous father's death.


Her portrait as a young girl is evident of the effects we normally see in people as this when the biochemistries are disturbed, for it shows precocious puberty in a girl of ten who looks fourteen or fifteen. In her face, like so many Hawaiians, is the face of the Nibiru, the face of Egypt, the well-defined eyebrows reminiscent of Nefertiti, the high cheekbones and forehead.


Her nose is straight, but the nostrils are already pinched as we find in people on refined sugar. The hair is slightly wavy, while her father's was almost totally kinked, clear evidence of copper loss as other Hawaiians show very straight, mongoloid hair. She has a very boyish look, the adrenals are pushing testosterone while her brother Kauikeaouli in his portrait at 11 looks feminine, again sugar has taken its toll.


Many Hawaiian women grew to be very obese and very andric, sometimes over six feet tall.


Her other brother, Liholiho, had a wife (he had five-all half sisters) whom a missionary described as masculine, over six feet tall and features too "flat for beauty." Had he seen them 300 years before, he would not have made such a naive statement, and if he knew anything about biology and diet, as many did then, but were knocked down by dogmatic people, he would have retracted this.

She was the "idol of the nations."


Having two brothers, it was not uncommon for Hawaiians to enter into polyandrous marriages with older brothers. One of their chants states she is joined to her brothers in a physical and soul-full union, as was done in Egypt, for this brought blood strength to the islands as descendants of the Gods. And, as with the Nibiru, unions were often established between the brothers, dedicating themselves to the first female child.


The next born of boys would be married to the next sister. And, if they were like the Nibiru, they were able to choose the gender of the child through diet and by position to the magnetic forces as animals do.

Contact with the whites had so far been a disaster, but the next boat of deviltry was sailing quickly their way as a boat load of American Missionaries arrived in 1820. although smaller contingents had already been there. (Never a good monsoon when you need one!)


I always enjoy the one line of one of the missionaries in his journal when he came upon the Hawaiian Islands stating,

"the broad base of Hawaii, covered with Egyptian darkness, came peering through the gloom. The reality was too certain to admit a moment in question; and was accompanied by sensations never known before."

How close he was to it being like Egypt!

Liholiho had succeeded his deceased father to the throne, but unlike his other relations, he did not succumb to Christianity. When the missionaries arrived, he was yet celebrating his inauguration, and was drunk in Honolulu or Waikiki. which, not advocating drink mind you, is probably the best way to greet a missionary!


This usurpation of their gods for the one True One, was a traumatic time, for to royalty it meant denying their own relatives, reasoning the knee-praying Bible advocates would never understand. Hawaiians, like Egyptians and Hebrews, never got on their knees to anyone, their Gods were flesh and blood like they, and believed they would return.


They thought Captain Cook was one, so historians claim, now that sugar and rum had dulled their thought processes. But now they had Christ to contend with and as they became more androgynous, like the whiteman, he started looking good, and they came to respect him out of fear.


The women, the hardest hit by androgyny, had already accepted Christ, while the men struggled with the problem.

Like the Egyptians, the royal women ventured out only in the evening but Christianity would soon change all this. It was stated they did this, as with Africans who carried the same tradition, to avoid stepping on someone's shadow, which was what you told a white man for he would never understand the real reason! How do you explain to an unnatural Christian that the sun makes you ovulate?


You know, you have to treat the whites like little children in their primitive ways (!)

Her mother was among the first to fall to the Christian way for she was broke "kapu," which meant she broke those laws of things forbidden to them as there were specific rules for men and women.


Women could not eat highly saturated fatted foods which would affect gestation and childbirth, making the latter painful, and would cause androgyny and defects. This is all so like Deuteronomy. She also broke the rule so often spoken of in the Veda, and yet practiced today in Islamic society, she ate with the men. This has several basic biological reasons behind it; the women are to serve the men and see they eat properly.


Also, eating should be on the mind and nothing else that would distract the men, and vice versa for the women when they eat alone, as the automatic nervous system in this particular area is down.


A trick well-known in western society is the candle-light dinner: getting his or her mind distracted by food, opens it up to whatever else when the guard is down, then food and erotism go hand in hand. But the savor of meat and vegetables should not be mixed with pheromones which are released during eating for they also fill an antibacterial role during eating, and related or not, the guard is down.


Amerindians were famous for practicing this as well and many still do. (Now you know why so many Christians have so many children!)


Nonetheless, androgyny had come to Hawaii. Liholiho refused to eat with her, but he was soon forced to give in. He ordered temples and images to be destroyed. Hawaii was now in darkness.


She wrongly assumed, like so many, that because the white ate these forbidden foods, and no god smote them, it must be all right.


Looking at the mighty ships in the harbor, it is easy to see why less technological people thought them superior. But when she did this, she brought further pain and ruin to a people whose biochemistries were not made for it. It would bring disease and pestilence to a land where colds and degenerative ailments were unknown.


As the years passed and their natural immunities decayed, small pox. measles and leprosy would kill many. Little did she know that the religion they adhered to, was to be their greatest downfall. Knowledge of the gods only comes from stable minds and they were prime for the fall to the one true god, as the last three hundred years had made them children.


They soon lost many of their natural building talents as they were able to build without nails and used dovetailing as the Amish here do. But when they lost the talent, they found iron nails to be like gold nuggets. Caught hardest between this rivalry was Nahi 'Ena Ena as she struggled between monotheism and polytheism with her very blood at the center of the debate.


Despite her mother taking her to church she was still devoted to her brother Kauikeaouli and knew her side was with him.

Breaking "kapu" was Keopuolani's downfall for she did not last long and died at 45. not too old for a Hawaiian, even at this time. Her mothers last wish was that the daughter would grow up among Christians.


Liholiho meanwhile, escaped their clutches before his mother's death. She died, as would be expected of someone influenced by this kind of diet with her biochemistry, of a tumor or abscess between her shoulder blade that had caused her to have spasms which would never have occurred on their traditional diet. This was sugar talking. In 1823 she died.


"Kapu" was much like "Moses Laws, "and probably a direct adaptation. King Kamehameha probably said it best when he refused to abandon his Gods and replied to a Christian that if he would jump off a cliff, and his God saved him. he would then consent. They just don't make them like King Kamehameha anymore!

The older brother left to go abroad for awhile and the people were eager to see Nahi 'Ena Ena and Kauikeaouli wed to continue the royal lineage. Of course the missionaries put a big 'no' to it. stating the offspring would be sickly, and on that point they were right, but who made them that way?


There would never have been a royal family if genetic defects were the norm for hundreds of years. One of the missionaries remarked that Nahi 'Ena Ena was unusually mature for her age physically and she was emotionally unstable, which they attributed to inbreeding, but all it was was good old sugar blues! They used to eat the healthy sugar cane but in came the whites and turned it into pure poison.


Soon, however, the big event came. They were accused of "living in incest" by the missionaries. They probably did sleep together, but like most whites they always think the entire world is as corrupt as they. To these people, or others who practiced inbreeding, it was not unusual for brother and sister to sleep together, but it did not mean they had coition which could only occur at a union of marriage.


If anything, this was a test of their morality. These accusations came to hurt. Nahi 'Ena Ena as she was regarded as an untouchable and she could not conceive that a people would be so debased to ever think such a thing.

As would be expected with their exposure to western life. Liholiho and his wife succumbed to measles in England, their systems now unable to fight a germ that is prevalent all over the world. Kauikeaouli was now king, and this placed a bigger burden on the princess who was now finally caught between the two conflicting lifestyles.


She then embraced Christianity. She was now enormously obese like so many of her royal cousins and sisters.


Kaukeouli had now developed a terrible acne, unknown before the whites came, and he too was very obese. People still tried to keep them apart, telling them that hades yawned before them if they did the evil act which made Nahi 'Ena Ena most nervous. They then forced her to go to Lahaina but he followed her there and the parting was most tearful according to a journalist.


He was not keen on Christianity and traveled and occupied himself with other affairs. They met when they could and even visited Kilauea Volcano for the first time where "Pele" was said to come occasionally in a chariot of flame. Sounds familiar!

The trouble came full hilt when they were still harassed by the missionary council. Both brother and sister were quite aware what an illegitimate baby would do to their reputations. Some kind of trickery was attempted, for two retainers supposedly from the princess's household asked Kauikeaouli if he was sleeping with his sister and why not. Highly insulted, he refused further conference with them.


In November 1828, the king was pursuing his favorite pastimes too much, drinking, horse racing and gambling and developed a swelling in his neck. His sister came to Honolulu to be with him. The missionaries were worried she would fall to her brothers ways and upon finding him reclined on a mat recovering, and her seated beside him, they began to worry.


The missionaries made much of this and said the illness was feigned. It all became clear why they were trying to cause trouble.


The British council was quick in spreading the rumor that they slept together every night, which would degrade the royal family before the world and the British in then-conquering ways could better coerce them.


One of Kamehameha's wives was questioned and she denied they were doing so. calling the British liars. She stated that at night other family members slept between them and that during the day they lay on the mat together. Well, the poi hit the fan on the latter, the missionary made the statement that he figured as such, meaning he took it to be lust, but no such thing was meant by the queen.


The missionaries always forgot about Abraham and Sarah!

The chiefs were anxious that the two marry as quickly as possible as Hawaii was going through very emotional times with the change of cultures. Incest had no real meaning amongst the royalty, and this led to great depression in the fourteen year old girl and she too turned to alcohol and became spiteful of Christianity.


Other men of royalty were presented to her but she refused to marry them. Kautkeaouli was drinking and carousing more than ever and the missionaries kept her from him.


During a serious illness he called for her but she would not come as she was probably too afraid, or held back. The King then attempted suicide, believed by cutting his throat which his retainers kept him from completing. Despite the protests of the missionaries, the inevitable came in July when they were married.


They did so the Hawaiian way, and in the manner of some inbreeding people, they slept together the first weeks with a guardian in the same room with them. No honeymoon night nonsense, no erotism, they would mate when they felt the time right.

All Hawaii was joyous, cries proclaimed the news, but the missionaries tried to dissuade them in their celebration while guards were stationed around the couple's house. One of the missionaries wrote her a letter telling her of her sins and though she broke into tears she held her ground and to her Hawaiian traditions. By November it was rumored she was pregnant but there was no record of a baby.


At 20 years old she was 200 pounds, 6 feet tall, which, given her poor diet of western food, made such a union more vulnerable to producing a malformed baby.


Both she and her brother became more ambivalent and angry towards westerners and she even began smoking and playing cards and was fond of rum and wine, sugar in its worse form which is why she turned to smoking. She laughed and talked at one sermon of "God is Love" and walked out. The very people who made her this way came to call her a drunkard and an incestuous "apostate."


Of course the church threatened her with 'excommunication* and that the holy ghost and the whole shooting match would come down on her, but she stuck to her guns. People shunned her and she turned more to drinking and listening continuously to the old Hawaiian chants.


They finally excommunicated her and out of spite she married one Leleiohoku of royalty in a Christian wedding ceremony to appease them and which conveniently covered her marriage with her brother.


She then became pregnant which was no doubt the reason for the marriage to cover that it was her brother's. She returned to Honolulu with her new husband. Her brother never far away, built her a birthing house as she went into complete seclusion as was the proper custom during pregnancy. The baby lived only a few hours and she took ill.


The foolish doctor blamed it on the fact that she took a cold bath to quell a fever that had developed but at this time doctors did not believe that this ancient way of reducing a fever was good. Doctors were summoned to her but she grew worse and despondent, feeling she was paying for her 'sin.' If only someone could have told her it was the sugar and alcohol that robbed her system that caused her to give birth in pain like Christian women, unlike her ancestors who gave birth in the squatting position and ate the proper food according to 'kapu.'


It was the fault of those who brought her lies and fables. She died, one of many that the missionaries killed in their zeal to spread the 'good word,' but then that 'sugared coated' its purpose as it always did through history.

The king married in a Christian ceremony, though he never joined the church, one Kalama of royalty. But he still loved his sister and built a large stone house, on top of which was a mausoleum for her, his mother and the baby.


It was reminiscent of Egyptian tombs for all of her clothing and things were there for clothing was held sacred as they contained "Manna."


They feared anyone getting their possessions for they might bewitch them. Don't laugh, we know this is so with radionics and have found the old witch doctor knew what he was doing in the natural world of physics. He visited there often in this tomb which overlooked the sea she loved.

Polyandry is and has been found, all over the world and was known in Asia, the Belgian Congo, northern Nigeria, amongst the Paviotso. Amerindians, the Masquesans. the Kandyans of Ceylon, the Da-La of Indochina, the Todas of India, in Tibet and Kashmir. In the past, Romans found tribes of Germans practicing it, the remnants of the Nibiru people.


There are two types, fraternal where the husbands are brothers (but not to the wife) and nonfraternal where the husbands are not related. In India it is still done for two reasons, so brothers can keep the family and property together and to follow the ancient Veda tradition.


Children of the families call all the men 'father,' either because the mother does not know who the father is. or because the husbands are brothers, the close unions do not matter. Anthropologists wrongly call polyandry another form of marriage but it cannot be for it is really just a mockery and quite wrongful from a biological and moral (is there a difference?) viewpoint.


They neglect to state that many of these women have trouble getting pregnant and of course they never state why, not being biochemists or with any horse sense. Often another woman is brought in to try and have a baby with.


This is because of the same reason so many women in western culture have trouble and abort often whether they are aware of it or not. In a polyandrous union if the women does get pregnant (and she probably does often), when she greets the next husband, she does not necessarily have to have coitus, she will abort for the pheromones of another man will alter her body chemistry.


Animals will do the exact same thing as the classic case of mice, for when a strange male is placed with a pregnant female she will abort. Fortunately.


Draupadi, the Egyptians, and Hawaiian royal women did not have this problem, for they were blood sisters to all the brothers and all had the same biochemistry. A child by one was just as related to the other for any difference was environmentally caused, not genetic.


This was also probably the reason the people of these ancient times chose certain constellations that were favorable to procreate under.

Many of these unions are for the fact that women in the remote places of Tibet and India do not wish to be left alone if the husband has to leave on business. In India, sects grew which actually strangled newborn females, which the English tried to stop, which is a vicious thing to do but they were trying to achieve what nature would normally do if they practiced 'austerities' as the Veda says.


In areas of Tibet and India, they merely tried to live up to the "Laws of Manu" of the Veda where polyandry was the law.


China used to practice it as well. Polyandry was considered

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