Blood is a fluid in the body of humans and other animals that delivers nutrients and oxygen (bound to hemoglobin of red blood cells) to the cells. The heart, animated by the soul, acts as a pulse that pumps blood (in and out movement of the torus, origin of word torso, tor=bull). It removes waste like urea. Half of blood consists of blood plasma, which consists 92% of water. It contains the genetic information of DNA.

Animals like the octopus use hemocyanin to transport oxygen instead of hemoglobin.

During sexual excitement, blood flows from the brain to the genitals.

The Draco-Orion Empire reptilian cold blood Aryans with higher percentage of copper (metal of  Venus) were worshiped as the blue blood gods of Hinduism.

In Egypt red wine was associated with blood (sacrifice of the Osiris bull).

The alchemists experimented with bringing toxic substances like lead and mercury in their blood stream (blood-brain barrier). Urine, blood or semen or other substance containing life energy was used as starting point for the alchemical Great Work. Blood is seen by the satanic Saturn cult as spiritual currency (Eucharist, blood sacrifice of Christ). The obelisk represents the phallus of Baal that needs to be regenerated with fresh blood.

The Holy Grail is a symbol of a holy bloodline. The Mayans and Aztecs worshiped blue blood animals like the snail and crab. Their rituals of blood sacrifice were timed to astrological death-rebirth cycles (eclipse of the soul).

Child sacrifice to Moloch and Baal with fire started from april 19 to 1 may.  Blood is considered unclean in islam. In freemasonry working the stone represents perfecting the elite bloodlines through blood sacrifice.

In witchcraft blood sacrifice rituals are timed to the waxing and waning moon cycle, fi to create a moonchild.

The jesuits spread stories about Elizabeth Bathory (sister of Stephan Bathory who worked with the jesuits) who bathed in blood to retain beauty and youth. 

The Cathars in South France were descendants of the Rhesus- bloodline (Basques).

William Harvey wrote a book about blood circulation dedicated to Charles I Stuart.

Karl Landsteiner (Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research, Royal Society, awarded with the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine) divided blood types in blood groups ABO (A, O, B, AB), MNS, P and RH (Rhesus named after the rhesus monkey). The highest rate of Rhesus- are found in Basque and Britain. African Americans mostly have Rhesus + blood. JBS Haldane developed population genetics.

The theme of blood drinking elite members became a trope in pop culture through books like Dracula of Bram Stoker (Hermetic Order of the Golden Dawn with Aleister Crowley), based on Vlad Dracula, related to Holy Grail bloodline Saxe-Coburg.

The descendants of the Templars founded the Red Cross in Switzerland with Templar Cross emblem.

In Thelema Babalon demands blood sacrifice of the Scarlett Woman.

Blood was used in the Viennese Actionist art scene and in stage antics of satanist Ozzy Osbourne.

Drinking blood theme in vampire movies The Fearless Vampire Killers, (Sharon Tate, Roman Polanski), True Blood, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Twilight saga (Kristen Stewart who played Diana),...

Catherine Middleton represented Diana reborn, after blood sacrifice.

Blood transfusion of younger blood is normalised by Peter Thiel.

Misleading books on bloodlines

Fritz Springmeier Bloodlines of the Illuminati
Nick Redfern Bloodline of the Gods (cover with Greys)


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