In 1973, exiled cultural philosopher Hubert Humdinger called the Queen “violently vibrant” and “filled with more energy than the sun”, which are relatively innocuous comments at face value.
Later that year, however, Humdinger wrote an article for the magazine We Royalty, saying, “She must be eating human flesh to be so lively. There is an immense amount of spiritual energy in human muscle.
He also alluded to the royal family engaging in satanic rituals.
In addition, the British royal family has always used “corpse medicine” to treat illnesses. Dr Richard Sugg, researcher behind the book Mummies, Cannibals and Vampires, spoke with The Daily Mail about the practice. He said:
“The human body has been widely used as a therapeutic agent with the most popular treatments involving flesh, bone or blood.
“While corpse medicine has sometimes been presented as medieval therapy, it was at its height during Britain’s social and scientific revolutions in early modernity. It survived into the 18th century, and among the poor, he stubbornly lingered in the days of Queen Victoria.
“In the heyday of medicinal cannibalism, bodies or bones were regularly taken from Egyptian tombs and European cemeteries. Not only that, but in the 18th century, one of the greatest imports from Ireland to Britain was human skulls.
Another story goes that in 2012 a military man was called to the castle to investigate an electrical problem with a fridge. He found a nest of faulty wiring behind the fridge that would require his entire team to fix, but that’s not the only thing he saw.
He opened the queen’s private freezer, saying, “I wanted to check how fresh it was. I wasn’t sure the freezer was getting enough juice to keep everything as cold as needed. »
Inside, he saw strips of skinned meat carefully wrapped in transparent film. He returned to the three constables who had been assigned to watch him and asked them to examine the freezer as well.
“Normally we check the list of missing persons, take DNA samples and immediately detain the suspect with the evidence in her freezer,” said one of the constables. “What we have here is a series of coins of a white man. No head. No hands or feet. But the queen has special privileges. Throughout history it has always been so You can’t sue the queen for having a weird habit.
Corn Why would the queen eat people?
An LA Times article might contain the answer. The article focuses on a research study conducted by Harvard biologists. It has the slogan: Can an infusion of young blood reverse the loss of physical and mental abilities in the elderly?
In the early 2000s, researchers found that if they surgically joined an old mouse and a young mouse, the old mouse showed improved stem cell function. They thought it was due to factors in the blood of the young mouse. Other studies have shown that these also reverse age-related cardiac enlargement and help older mice generate new cells.
Young mice have an abundance of a protein called growth differentiator 11, or GDF11, but this protein decreases with age. The mice also lose some mental abilities as they age because their blood vessels deteriorate, including their ability to smell. They noticed that the young mice avoided the smell of mint, but not the old mice.
Researchers speculated that injecting some of GDF11 into old mice might help restore their sense of smell, and they were right!
Not only that, but older mice that received injections showed increased strength and endurance, and reversed age-related muscle dysfunction.
“It was as if those old brains were being recharged with new blood,” said one of the researchers, Tony Wyss-Coray, professor of neurology at Stanford.
Conspiracy theorists believe the research could provide evidence that the same process could apply to humans, hence the queen’s propensity for cannibalism.
More likely, however, his long life can be attributed to high status and reverence entitling him to top-notch medical care, quality meals, and a life of luxury.
If I’ve learned anything so far this year, it’s that people will look for conspiracies in just about anything. Of course they are interesting to talk about, and frankly, the more ridiculous they are, the more fun it is.