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Re: The Grail & the 12 Tribes and an opinion

Rory your interactions are hard to beat. More or less? In my view and
somewhat limited experience in geneology, I find that  researching and
recognising  relatives and their relatives is actually making more of it!!
and the thrill of the chase. I also enjoy the human interest diversion, say
in an airport or in a cab & someone says, "oh, you come from such & such,
you must know Joe Bloggs". Sometimes I actually do. Being a member of the
Sinclair clan in Australia it has been relatively easy to be able to
identify people others in the clan ask about, especially relatives, but when
I met so many Sinclairs from around the rest of the world, it was great to
have just one or two incidences of Australians (not clan members) actually
knowing Sinclairs overseas. I agree though, it is more often likely to be
mathematical chance or of course the fact that like attracts like and if
people share the same interests particularly in a small country like
Australia its more likely that you will attend some function and will always
know a few faces. Will I recognise yours? Annette
----- Original Message -----
From: "Rory Sinclair" <rory.sinclair@rogers.com>
To: <sinclair@quarterman.org>
Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2002 10:56 PM
Subject: Re: The Grail & the 12 Tribes and an opinion

> Dear Annette:
> Well, the 6 degrees of separation thing I enjoy immensely as it happens.
> Depending on my state of mind, I sometimes think that it is just
> mathematical chance (much like the well-known mathematical fact that if

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