Discovery: Of The Purple Eye Human

Have you ever notice that some people has Purple Eyes?

So  it is  possible to have purple eyes? Yes. People do have purple eyes but this condition is very rare and uncommon. When we are born, our eye colors are amber, black, blue, brown, grey, green, and hazel. There is no purple eye color when we are born.

However, purple eyes can occur due to a few reasons. It can happen by genetics, it can happen by injury, and it can happen because of a disorder or disease.

When someone is born with Alexandria’s Genesis, their eyes are blue or gray at birth.

After six months, the eyes begin to change from their original color to purple, and this process lasts six months. During puberty, the color deepens to dark purple, a deep purple, a royal purple, or a violet-blue color and remains that way. It does not affect the person’s eyesight.

“Alexandria’s Genesis,” as it has been called since the 1960s, is a genetic mutation generally found in women of Euro-American (a.k.a., Caucasian) descent. This mutation can be traced as far as the Middle Ages in Northern Europe. A woman named Alexandria Augustine came into the world on April 29, 1329 in London, England. After a while her parents soon noticed that her eyes were changing from the blue eyes Alexandria had at birth to the purple eyes she would have by her first birthday.

Due to some other changes the seek the help of the priest, thinking that the child was possesed, and that the priest might be able to ask God to change the eye color back. The priest told the parents that it was not the work of the devil, but a myth come true. This particular priest had heard a story about a race of people who had purple eyes. These humans were thought to have come from Egypt after a mysterious light flashed in the sky during a moonless night thousands of years ago. The purple-eyed humans also had very fair skin, and were thought to be spirits because of their appearance. The so-called “spirit people” eventually went north and vanished without a trace. The priest told her parents not to worry, for they had a special child in their hands and they should take good care of her.

However, Alexandria grew up to be a very beautiful woman, got married, had four children (all four were girls, and all four also had the mutation, never got sick, and died at the age of 150 of natural causes. It is this discovery that helped to name the genetic mutation when the gene was discovered in 1968.

Those who have this mutation will never grow any facial, body, pubic, or anal hair (not including hair on their head, on their ears, noses, eyebrows and eyelashes) Women also do not menstruate, but are fertile. 

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  1. That’s rather unique.

  2. Good

  3. Elizabeth taylor had

  4. I thought hers was grey…


    not a real disease. healthmad – hire a real doctor or use google?

  6. this is fake!

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