After the advent of the Internet, people who are learning about Alexandria’s Genesis online have a great doubt whether there was such a disorder. This is because they could not find any authentic information or evidence on the existence of the condition. It seems that the stories of this uncommon, genetic change were going around the world and on social media websites. The asserts for this mutation are fairly impressive, such as purple eyes, shining white skin that not at all burns, no body hair, but hair on the head only, deficiency in menstruation for women at the same time as maintaining long life, fertility, good health, etc.
If you look for Alexandria’s Genesis in Google, it exposes loads of “answers” type websites with people asking whether or not this disorder exists. Even, if you find websites going back to 2008, or maybe further, discussing the subsistence and qualities of this mutation, interestingly, nothing like, a lot of the subjects you explore here, there are not several sites, in the main stream as a minimum that propagate Alexandria’s Genesis as being real. Known the laundry list of fabulous human traits possessed by the mutants of Alexandria’s Genesis, it is surprising that the condition is not real.
There is neither such beasty condition, nor there is any cause to believe that there would be such a condition. In fact, mutations do not work similar to that. So, you can suppose, although, that strange-human crosses or even blood could accomplish it, but you will be unconvinced that such people exist on the planet either. The real basis of this mutation is far more ordinary, and far funnier. Alexandria’s Genesis arrives from all places, from a few Daria fan short stories. Actually, Daria is an animated television show that was a spun story of an American animated sitcom, the Beavis and Butthead. Both television shows were greatly admired by people all over the world back in the day. This creative story was written during 1998 by Cameron Miquelon. So, Alexandria’s Genesis is not, was not, and by no means, it will be a real thing. It was a ridiculous little back tale for somebody’s amusing first draft.