Spartacus said: Fair enough, I agree totally! So why do you react with such histrionic performances when you are asked for evidence to support your claim that you are descended from Jesus, or in other words, have the DNA of God?!
IMHO trying to shift the focus from the legitimacy of your 'Jesus Bloodline' claims by claiming that Tim is stalking you is a particularly poor show
Spartacus, first, thank you for buying the book and showing an interest in this topic. The reason that answers are not forthcoming is because questions such as yours are already loaded with misrepresentations, misinformation, accusations, and insults. Tim admits he never even bothered reading the book. That explains why his questions made no sense.
Since you already have the old edition, although I wish you had the new edition for purpose of these discussions, please tell me what page number I say that I am a descendant of Jesus and Magdalene, or claim to be the 'other' Grail child?
Please tell me what page number I claim to have the DNA of God?
As I recall,I wrote that edition in the wake of KMG's claims. I was extremely careful to avoid the pitfalls of making such claims..My intention was never to get attention as a 'Grail Child'...but rather to advance the idea that DNA might be the best way to go...and I had no legitimate reason for putting the Project together (remember I was facing fundamentalists who controlled the tomb) except to say that our interest lay in our family name...According to Islamic law, that was/is one of the few reasons they would allow the DNA to be retrieved. So to be very clear, on one hand I avoided making such claims except as generalizations involving the entire family line, and second, I had to make some statements to justify to the Mullahs why they would allow the opening of the grave. It was a fine line, and from the angle of your questioning here, it appears that you think I crossed that line, which was never my intention..
What I have said in both the old and the new edition, is to identify my family line, then explain how OTHERS in the world made claims that descendents from Merovich, Clovis and Clothilde were somehow connected with the desposyni of Jesus. This is the reason for my initial interest. No claims were made....just a few "what if's" to lead the reader into the next train of thought. I tried to answer the questions as though all of us may be descended from this bloodline...how should we approach the research, what should we do to advance the research? That led to gathering the DNA from as many ancient Biblical graves as possible and narrowing the gathered results into some assumptions about the Jesus bloodline.
Further, in your choice of wording in asking the questions, you failed to include the fact that I acknowledged how many fakes and hopefuls have entered this field, and why it is so critical that solid proof be established....or at least the best we can do to narrow the filed down. I don't have handy a copy of the same edition that you have, so I cannot grab a page number for reference, but hadn't I included examples about Anna Anderson and Michael LaFosse?
I became interested in this line of research because of my family name. I didn't establish those links. Others had already done so.
I was painfully aware of those who had gone before and sullied the research. I actually lived at a place where the 'other' alleged tomb of Jesus exists (Kashmir, India). I met people there who claimed to be direct descendents of Jesus. They even had ancient 'scrolls' with a genealogy. We discussed about finding out some day-through DNA tests- that we might be related. We even called one another 'cousins' in a light-hearted way...they helped me and I helped them forward the DNA project...and that's when and how all this started about me making claims to be descended from Jesus. No. I made claims to initiating the DNA Project. Nothing more. However, many people, like Professor Hassnain, jumped on the idea that I might be a descendant of Jesus and released many statements to the press. If you search, you can also find claims that I broke into the tomb and tried to steal the DNA with a teaspoon.!!
The DNA of God Project is not the same as the initial effort to get DNA from the tomb of Roza Bal...this idea developed later, over time, as I realized these tombs were all under threat of imminent destruction by fundamentalists..if we can get DNA from one alleged Biblical tomb, then why not all of them! That's how the Project was born. I never claimed to have the DNA of God.
Your choice of words saddens me.
If you still have an interest, I can send you the revised edition as an email attachment..it represents a major overhaul and may help clarify your questions and their relevancy.
There is no need for name-calling, assumptions, and false accusations, nor a need to completely misrepresent the information in my book. I am glad for any opportunity to help clarify some things, at least to the best of my ability.