Novelist. Author of APSARAS and tales from the beautiful Saigh Valley. First person to quantify spiritual values.

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Saturday 20 December 2014

Family 'black sheep'.

A global study asked people in Britain, US, Canada, Australia, Germany and Sweden to look at their family trees to identify the relatives who didn’t fit in with the rest of the family.
More than 6,000 adults were interviewed and the results cross checked with archives and census data for the family history website Ancestry.

The findings show around six per cent of adults in families are black sheep, meaning that one would appear in every three generations, or every 97 years.
Dan Jones, of Ancestry, said ‘Despite there being around three million ‘black sheep’ in the UK, our research reveals that historically they remain relatively rare beasts, with just one appearing in a family almost every 100 years on average. Read more:here

Readers of this blog will know that in my book, 'SPIRITUAL MAN: AN INTRODUCTION TO NEGATIVE DIMENSIONS', I postulate that within weeks of conception an embryo's brain uploads the data it needs for life from its parents DNA. Physical characteristics such as eye and hair colour may be typical of recent family but I maintain that 'character' or, I might venture to say, 'soul' may derive from much earlier generations. see:

I suggest that the figure of three generations gap between appearances of 'character' is a consequence of the limited genealogical data. It would be interesting to study, say, the records of thoroughbred horses to see if there is a correlation in positive traits between Shergar and his antecedents.

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