Comfy bloodline, nobility

Raguel

Raguel

The hardest work is to do nothing
Nov 27, 2020
429
clearly all of the social groups on earth have particular ranking systems developed since the beginning of times
my view is that the superfast industrialization in the last century kinda closed eyes on such aspects, have you ever felt your hereditary influences in daily life? how it is within your own national surrounding?
commonly the hierarchy in all cultures quite resemble:
1 royalty, warlords
2 wealthy merchants
3 saints, religious authorities
4 scientists, famous artists and writers
5 middle class military
6 middle class merchants and traders
7 middle class professionals, artists etc.
8 farmers
9 robbers, criminals, low class soldiers, winimum wage workers (stated them in a same group)
10 poorest strugglers, beggars
11 slaves
due to customs of my specific surrounding, there's a term called '7 ancestors'. simply said, it's compulsory to have a record of your bloodline at least of 7 generations. and I barely can trace it to 4, so I constantly get mogged by this issue. more so even though my dad is gigachad, his further ancestry was of the lowest layer - slaves. that's why I think he has that slight schizoid personality and hard to get along with. mom is mostly of rank 7 and 8. basically this how far I get in terms of nobility and aristocracy
 
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Copexodius Maximus

Copexodius Maximus

Unwanted, Unloved, and left to die
Dec 2, 2020
2,863
Don't know any ancestor that I can't see. Supposedly Abaraham and Isaac long time ago, but other than that no clue.
 
chudur-budur

chudur-budur

5'2" ugliest currycel, freak of nature
Nov 26, 2020
4,026
due to customs of my specific surrounding, there's a term called '7 ancestors'. simply said, it's compulsory to have a record of your bloodline at least of 7 generations. and I barely can trace it to 4, so I constantly get mogged by this issue.

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An extremely retarded, borderline autistic coping custom.

No one gives a shit about your ancestor. Similar cope prevails among curry/asian/middle-eastern community. No one gets hired to top positions or becomes a CEO because of his ancestors, foids can't fuck your ancestors' skeletons, they are all dead.

A 9/10 feral chad who even don't know his father's name will mog anyone's entire (((noble))) generation in all aspect of life.

It only matters if you inherit enormous amount of neetbux through your ancestral lineage, but that's a different case.
 
jaded jabble

jaded jabble

NEET
Nov 30, 2020
3,566
clearly all of the social groups on earth have particular ranking systems developed since the beginning of times
my view is that the superfast industrialization in the last century kinda closed eyes on such aspects, have you ever felt your hereditary influences in daily life? how it is within your own national surrounding?
commonly the hierarchy in all cultures quite resemble:
1 royalty, warlords
2 wealthy merchants
3 saints, religious authorities
4 scientists, famous artists and writers
5 middle class military
6 middle class merchants and traders
7 middle class professionals, artists etc.
8 farmers
9 robbers, criminals, low class soldiers, winimum wage workers (stated them in a same group)
10 poorest strugglers, beggars
11 slaves
due to customs of my specific surrounding, there's a term called '7 ancestors'. simply said, it's compulsory to have a record of your bloodline at least of 7 generations. and I barely can trace it to 4, so I constantly get mogged by this issue. more so even though my dad is gigachad, his further ancestry was of the lowest layer - slaves. that's why I think he has that slight schizoid personality and hard to get along with. mom is mostly of rank 7 and 8. basically this how far I get in terms of nobility and aristocracy
My mothers side were goldsmiths, my dad’s side were originally farners but married with my mum’s side making them goldsmiths; my dad’s side are low iq apes whereas my mum’s side are business men. This contributes to my low iq but its not that significant due to other factors like being premature, born to a old mother etc
 
K

Kaz

-
Nov 29, 2020
3,742
Your grandson has like 0.1-0.7 of your DNA. Says shady YouTube documentary I saw.
 
الطائر ابن لا أحد

الطائر ابن لا أحد

Survival of the fittest
Nov 28, 2020
1,316
There's at least one more of us here.
We can't really say "us", yes we're cousins but not the same group, at least that's what the rest of the arabic and jewish communities think.
 
Raguel

Raguel

The hardest work is to do nothing
Nov 27, 2020
429
its just that this is the first time im hearing of this 7 generations rule
glad people of your culture don't have it. many countries like in scandinavia don't follow their old customs anymore.
but many still live a stone age
 
Raguel

Raguel

The hardest work is to do nothing
Nov 27, 2020
429
we also have a 'tribe rule'. despite being a modern secular community, our people are divided into several native tribes, who have sligtly different dialects and genetic origin.
marriage between different tribes are still highly discoraged. though recently mixing is happening more often and is common now
 
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p@rc@

p@rc@

divine
Dec 2, 2020
1,093
have you ever felt your hereditary influences in daily life? how it is within your own national surrounding?
Not very much.
I think that with the country's modernization (the more capitalist it becomes) many aspects of the 'old order' just stop making sense. Having money being more important than having a "noble" blood.

Still, many aspects of the 'old order' are present in my country. Some morons even want the return of the monarchy.
 
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