Alexander Palace Forum

Discussions about the Imperial Family and European Royalty => The Final Chapter => Topic started by: Noble_descendents on September 27, 2007, 02:34:57 PM

Title: Nicholas 11 complex gene inheritance how will it be identified or will it?.
Post by: Noble_descendents on September 27, 2007, 02:34:57 PM

Czar Nicholas 11 and his son inherited a genetic DNA marker that decends down in related royal lineage referred to as a Complex Inheritence, this gene became visible on a few Romanov decendents as well a few of their german and English royal cousens.

Scepticism had been forthcoming from some others are not sure if such facts exists. This writer is offering to a specific scientist on the examination team photo facts of what is spoken of as well providing this writers DNA via a swab test as I had inherited the same.

To explain why I have inheited the same genetic visible markers of a few royals past and present, I will clarify the Royals are Royals I am Not, but by some family information my German ancestry did have some of my german maternal side marry into royal lines as far back as two or three hundered years ago.

The question now is will the respected scientist who are called upon with their expertise to examine the two childrens remains in Yekaterinburg use the information I am willing to provide, if so it may be the facts needed to confirm the remains of the children found along with previous royal DNA already recorded, If not then doubt may still be there.

Like all persons young or older who have interest in the Romanov history and the missing children, it would be nice if all inherited DNA is included and recorded for the sake of royal history. 

This writer will mention there is (5)  five royals presently who share the same markings as Nicholas 11 and his son so many decades past.


William
Title: Re: Nicholas 11 complex gene inheritance how will it be identified or will it?.
Post by: dmitri on September 28, 2007, 01:46:13 AM
This is completely nothing to do with this thread. Since when have genes had anything at all to do with medals, orders uniforms and miliitaria?
Title: Re: Nicholas 11 complex gene inheritance how will it be identified or will it?.
Post by: Noble_descendents on September 29, 2007, 01:52:34 PM
Dmitri

I am in full agreement my question asking the question will Czar Nicholas 11 gene inheritence how will it be identified. Since that question was asked, but put in the wong place to veiw  has been answered.

NO the scientist who are conducting the Romanov testing have allready made up their minds, the remains are that of the missing Romanov Children as suggested in their preliminary tests.   And No like yourself what I have tried to present to them is of no importance because the markings a few related royals past and present have or had do not exist.

If that been the case and if Im wrong in my findings somebody should tell the royals who have the inherited markings NOW, they really dont see them in the mirror or photos, because its not important to history and their ancestors like Czar Nicholas 11 and his son Alexis did not have them either but only imgained they had them.

As to my discovery of the royal gene which seems not important to many or the present scientist,  I hope have conclusive proof the childrens remains found are the missing Romanov children, Maria and Alexis.

I now can understand why the Russain Orthodox Church  has questions are the previous remains found are the  Royal Romanovs or someone else. 

But who cares what is fact is fiction in the minds of some.


William





D

Czar Nicholas 11 and his son inherited a genetic DNA marker that decends down in related royal lineage referred to as a Complex Inheritence, this gene became visible on a few Romanov decendents as well a few of their german and English royal cousens.

Scepticism had been forthcoming from some others are not sure if such facts exists. This writer is offering to a specific scientist on the examination team photo facts of what is spoken of as well providing this writers DNA via a swab test as I had inherited the same.

To explain why I have inheited the same genetic visible markers of a few royals past and present, I will clarify the Royals are Royals I am Not, but by some family information my German ancestry did have some of my german maternal side marry into royal lines as far back as two or three hundered years ago.

The question now is will the respected scientist who are called upon with their expertise to examine the two childrens remains in Yekaterinburg use the information I am willing to provide, if so it may be the facts needed to confirm the remains of the children found along with previous royal DNA already recorded, If not then doubt may still be there.

Like all persons young or older who have interest in the Romanov history and the missing children, it would be nice if all inherited DNA is included and recorded for the sake of royal history. 

This writer will mention there is (5)  five royals presently who share the same markings as Nicholas 11 and his son so many decades past.


William
This is completely nothing to do with this thread. Since when have genes had anything at all to do with medals, orders uniforms and miliitaria?
This is completely nothing to do with this thread. Since when have genes had anything at all to do with medals, orders uniforms and miliitaria?
mitri
Title: Re: Nicholas 11 complex gene inheritance how will it be identified or will it?.
Post by: Forum Admin on September 29, 2007, 01:57:57 PM
I am finally beginning to get some sense of your agenda, through your poor English.

You must understand that NOBODY cares what gene YOU carry. "noble" or not. YOU are not noble, and therefore far too distant a relative to be of any use to the DNA scientists for a match. They will find the CLOSEST relative, not some shirttail DNA relative. Get over yourself Noble....nobody cares and you are of no use to the investigation so stop calling them frauds. They're doing their job.
Title: Re: Nicholas 11 complex gene inheritance how will it be identified or will it?.
Post by: Clemence on August 17, 2009, 04:43:18 PM
is it in any way related to this?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heteroplasmy