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Blue-Eyed People Are Mutants and Are Related

Updated on September 4, 2019
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Do You Have Blue Eyes

In the world today there is a great variation in peoples' physical characteristics, such as skin color, hair color, general height, general weight, and probably the strangest characteristic, eye color if you have blue eyes.

If your eyes are blue, you definitely must continue reading this article. It may cause you to ask yourself, "where did my blue eyes originate; am I a mutant, an alien, or am I related to all other blue-eyed people?"
This article was penned after this writer read numerous scientific studies about blue eyes and their origination.

Blue Eyes
Blue Eyes | Source

Where Did Blue Eyes Originate

According to scientific studies, all humans had brown eyes until about 6,000 to 10,000 years ago, when a single person with blue eyes appeared in the north-west part of the Black Sea region, where the migration of people from the northern part of Europe took place. It's not scientifically known where this blue-eyed person came from, but it is believed he or she was the single ancestor of all blue-eyed people in the world today. Because of the blue eye factor, it has caused people with blue eyes to be called mutants.

Image of a blue eye
Image of a blue eye | Source

Are You an X-Man/Woman Mutant

A mutant is defined in biology and genetics as an organism, or totally separate and new genetic character, which has been born or created from a mutation, generally in the sequence of the DNA makeup of the chromosome of an organism.

The instant development of a blue-eyed race of people on earth is considered a mutation but doesn't give humans the unrealistic powers of the X Men and Women of the comic book, TV, and big screen genres, but it does them the bragging rights of being a mutant.


Clock Mutants of Drosophila melanogaster - https://www.pnas.org/content/68/9/2112.abstract

American Heritage Dictionary - https://www.dictionary.com/browse/mutant

Mutant Alien
Mutant Alien | Source

Are You a Space Alien

Several groups of people theorize that because the blue-eyed mutation began suddenly with one person, maybe that particular person was not of this world, but in fact, an alien. They say this would explain the reasoning why the blue-eyed syndrome appeared suddenly on earth. If this should be true, you should say hello to your relatives in outer space, or even do what E.T. did in the movie of the same name; "phone home."

What a Blue-Eyed Alien Might Look Like
What a Blue-Eyed Alien Might Look Like | Source

U.S. Presidents With Blue Eyes

There are numerous characteristics of presidential candidates which help them get elected to the highest office in the United States. Some are physical and some are personal, but the majority have one thing in common; their eye color.

According to statistics, only six of our presidents had brown or black eyes, and the rest had blue, or variations of blue and other color combinations. It is not known why so many blue-eyed people have been selected by the American people to become their president, but some think the blue eyes make them more attractive than brown, black or hazel eyes. They also, believe them to be more honest, and less susceptible to correction.


Franklin D. Roosevelt
Franklin D. Roosevelt | Source

Is Adolph Hitler Your Distant Relative

It has been proven that not all blue-eyed people are good, gentle, honest, and caring individuals. Adolf Hitler, who claimed the Germans were of a superior Aryan race of white, tall, blonde hair, blue-eyed individuals, had only one of these characteristics; he had blue eyes.

Many believe his blue eyes had a hypnotic effect on the German people, and that accompanied with his dramatic speeches, caused the German masses to follow him; some to the very end of his life, with others still believing in his evil practices today. If you have blue eyes, its scary to believe Hitler was your cousin.

Hitler
Hitler | Source

What Are Some of Blue-Eyed Peoples' Characteristics

Some scientists have found blue-eyed people to have many of the following characteristics:

  • Eyes more sensitive to light than darker color eyes
  • More likely to have Vitiligo, a skin disease
  • Be more kind and gentle, but afraid to show their real feelings
  • Be more sexually involved
  • Considered to be more reliable and warm-hearted
  • Be very passionate about the things they do
  • Believers in justice and be more spiritual than others
  • Change moods frequently, as in manic/depressive characteristics
  • Love to laugh, but can cry just as hard
  • See better in the dark









Evil Blue Eyes
Evil Blue Eyes | Source

Are We Related

Since I began a study of blue-eyed people, I have become more aware of their personality traits, and I see many of these traits in me; for you can see in the photo below, I also have blue eyes. A unique trait of my father was his eyes; he had one very blue eye and one very green eye. I also saw many of the aforementioned, traits in him and my brother who had blue eyes like me.

Gerry Glenn Jones
Gerry Glenn Jones | Source

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    • Gerry Glenn Jones profile imageAUTHOR

      Gerry Glenn Jones 

      8 months ago from Somerville, Tennessee

      I was amazed at how many of the traits I have, but I'm like your husband, my sight is poor now, but it was very good when I was younger.

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      Pamela Oglesby 

      8 months ago from Sunny Florida

      I guess I am making this comment to a mutant. Haha

      This is a very interesting history of blue eyes and personality traits, etc. I did not know all of this information, and I found it quite fascinating, My husband has blue eyes, but I don't. He does have most of the personality traits, except he can't really see that well anymore.

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