Lucy Avery was born to Miles Avery and Melinda Pixley, New England Yankees of mostly English descent. She was descended by her father from Edmund of Langley's first marriage (through 5th Baron Audley's second marriage) and from Mary Boleyn's first marriage (through the 2nd Barons de la Warr).
Edmund of Langley's father was King Edward III. In Alice in Wonderland and the World Trade Center Disaster by David Icke, we read that the bloodline of Edward III has given the United States nineteen of its presidents:
“This information comes from Burke's Peerage, which is the Bible of aristocratic genealogy, based in London. Every presidential election in America, since and including George Washington in 1789 to Bill Clinton, has been won by the candidate with the most British and French royal genes. Of the 42 presidents to Clinton, 33 have been related to two people: Alfred the Great, King of England, and Charlemagne, the most famous monarch of France. So it goes on: 19 of them are related to England's Edward III, who has 2000 blood connections to Prince Charles.
The same goes with the banking families in America. George Bush and Barbara Bush are from the same bloodline the Pierce bloodline, which changed its name from Percy, when it crossed the Atlantic. Percy is one of the aristocratic families of Britain, to this day. They were involved in the Gunpowder Plot to blow up Parliament at the time of Guy Fawkes”
Titan: The Life of John D. Rockefeller, Sr. by Ron Chernow:
Establishing a pattern that would be replicated by Rockefeller's own mother, Lucy had, in her family's disparaging view, married down. Her ancestors had emigrated from Devon, England, to Salem, Massachusetts, around 1630, forming part of the Puritan tide. As they became settled and gentrified, the versatile Averys spawned ministers, soldiers, civic leaders, explorers, and traders, not to mention a bold clutch of Indian fighters. During the American Revolution, eleven Averys perished gloriously in the battle of Groton. While the Rockefellers' "noble" roots required some poetic license and liberal embellishment, Lucy could justly claim descent from Edmund Ironside, the English king, who was crowned in 1016.
Occultists have long understood blood to be of occult import. One of Aleister Crowley's illegitimate children will be looked at much differently in an esoteric circle than I would. Look how the drinking of blood forms such a central part of modern satanism and the more ancient sacrificial rites after which it is modeled. That the ruling elite take this very seriously is undeniable, and anyone who doubts this would do well to brush up on the history of eugenics. Its major sponsors and promoters were anything but insignificant loons.
Saying that you do not believe that genes are a factor in one's worth does not give you an excuse to ignore the influence that such ideas have on the society that you live in. It is equivalent to saying that you will not acknowledge the existence of racism simply because you don't believe racist beliefs have any merit. The nightmarish truth about how this world is truly governed will only continue to thrive if it is not shown for what it is.
"Conspiracy theorists" have always claimed that a small group of clans have shaped world affairs for at least centuries. They're now occupying themselves with outrageous assertions that a young man with limited firearms training might not have been able to kill 26 people in a few minutes with the skill of a trained commando, and that a nineteen year old without a gun probably didn't shoot himself in the throat after holding his own in a long firefight with the police of Boston. If we go back far enough, they were even saying the Earth was round.