Use the following definition of blood and the word in a story of 33 to 333 words: a : lifeblood; broadly : life; b : human stock or lineage; especially : royal lineage; c : relationship by descent from a common ancestor : kinship; d : persons related through common descent : kindred; e (1) : honorable or high birth or descent (2) : descent from parents of recognized breed or pedigree.
This is an out-of-order segment of MacKenzie's story.
|Polyvore by grace2244|
Never in her art was there an image of a mother with her birth, but she sensed her mother’s egg was part of her being. So much art where she was wearing a crown. Royalty always a message. How could she be royalty unless…
MacKenzie frantically researched and found that artificial insemination was being done in the concentration camps and the United States had sheltered Nazis wanting their knowledge of space and other “experiments” following the war. One only needed to see Werner Von Braun’s rise to head of NASA for proof.
Her mind eerily wandered to The DaVinci Code and societies of royal blood. Even though the movie was fictional, any secretive society and rituals touched a very sensitive nerve with her. Perhaps the royals, wanting to ensure their bloodline, kept what would now be considered a sperm bank for the elite. Is it possible her mother’s egg was fertilized with royal sperm? That dark world her father had descended into and its covert government programs. Perhaps it had only been his job to ensure he kept her living in terror to maintain her amnesia.
It was only a theory but she was determined to know her origins. Royal blood would connect many of the puzzle pieces of her life. But why her?
(MacKenzie's complete story to date can be found here.)