Monday, April 16, 2012

Searching the Blood: "Chapter 1 - The Rh Negative Factor"

Many thanks to Dia Sobin, who is also Rh negative, for this link: Chapter 1 - The Rh Negative Factor Like myself, the author went on a search to find out the connection between Rh negative blood and alien, ufo experiences. Well, right away I discover that global control is the goal. (I appreciate the cheeky style.) The information in this article is extensive, and she does a very good job of presenting the technical details. What it gets down to is: no one knows why some of us are walking around with Rh negative blood types.

I was curious about my rare blood type, and so what started out as a simple search on Google, turned into the most bizarre research of my life. First and foremost, I found out that we are descendents of a reptilian race of aliens, and that we love to drink blood and shape shift, while we are actively seeking nothing less than world domination.

Among those that are walking around with Rh negative blood types are those with Spanish, Basque, or Jewish ancestry. My fraternal grandmother was of Spanish descent and my maternal grandfather was a Russian Jew (Ukraine.)
“No one has tried to explain where the Rh negative people came from. Most, familiar with blood factors, admit that these people must at least be a mutation if not descendants of a different ancestor. If we are a mutation, what caused the mutation? Why does it continue with the exact characteristics? Why does it so violently reject the Rh factor, if it was in their own ancestry? Who was this ancestor? Difficulties in determining ethnology are largely overcome by the use of blood group data, for they are a single gene characteristic and not affected by the environment.

The Basque people of Spain and France have the highest percentage of Rh negative blood. About 30% have (rr) Rh negative and about 60% carry one (r) negative gene. The average among most people is only 15%-Rh negative, while some groups have very little. The Oriental Jews of Israel, also have a high percent Rh negative, although most other Oriental people have only about 1% Rh negative.

More to come in future posts, including "blue bloods."

1 comment:

purrlgurrl said...

Since anthropologists have yet to find the definitive unbroken line between early primates and modern homo sapiens, we very likely have a very mixed bag of primate and homonid genes (BTW new homonid strains are being discovered frequently). And besides, a large chunk of our DNA also comes from viruses that infected our ancesters over the millenia.

RH negative doesn't mean alien-human hybrid. More likely some distant ancester mated with a Neanderthal.