DNA technology has revealed a deep knowledge of the lineages of our most distant ancestors and the geographies of their migratory routes taken many centuries ago.
With your genomic laboratory results, these ancient (patrilineal/matrilineal) lineages can now depict you and your distant ancestors in the Phylogenic Tree of Humanity. Genomic lab results, include Haplogroups which are expressed in letters and numbers (i.e., haplogroups R1a, E1b1b, W1, H6, etc.)
Beyond having a genetic identity with a coded number, you also have the option of appreciating a visual/artistic redemption of your ancient ancestors with Haplo-family Heraldry, which can be passed on to future generations and displayed with pride as an Official Royal Heraldic crest.
Ancient languages (such as Latin and Greek) are used today in sciences and other disciplines. In the same manner, the Royal Institute of Genetic Heraldry project formulates individual Genetic Coat of Arms, encoded with Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphs derived from your own alphanumeric haplogroups.
As a result, this Genetic Heraldry Honor can now be issued to any member appreciating the intellectual value of Deep Ancestry lineages expressed in Hieroglyphic Coat of Arms, bestowed as a Historical Continuum from Antiquity, and issued today by a member of the Royal House of Egypt, displayed hereunder as examples:
With your contribution, you will receive a parchment with your Genetic Heraldic Coat of Arms, stamped and signed by HRH Prince Osman Ibrahim with a Royal Institute Medal and an option of a signet ring, bearing the insignia of the Royal Institute, a memorable Royal heirloom.
Everyone is eligible to obtain this honor, provided that your Haplogroup(s) has been determined by a genomics company combined with your appreciation of your ancestors being displayed through a Cultural Project of ancient Egyptian Art.
With your exclusive membership, you may proudly display your own Hieroglyphic Genetic Heraldry ©, either as a framed diploma or carved on wood, metal and stone, honoring your ancient ancestors, relating to your Haplogroup relatives and to the rest of Humanity.
George D. Nikolaidys
President – Royal Institute of Genetic Heraldry ®
HRH Prince Osman Rifat Ibrahim
The Royal Institute of Genetic Heraldry © is a Cultural Project under the patronage of HRH Prince Osman Rifat Ibrahim of Egypt & Imperial Ottoman lineage and the support of the Royal Institute Mohamed Ali (of Egypt). The project aims to promote the aesthetics and the appreciation of combining Deep Ancestry Genetics with Heraldry, portrayed artistically with an Ancient Egyptian flair.
Famous people’s Y-DNA listed by haplogroup – Eupedia
Distribution maps of Y-chromosomal haplogroups in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa – Eupedia
European Y-DNA haplogroups frequencies by country – Eupedia
Mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) haplogroups frequencies by country in Europe, the Near East & North Africa – Eupedia