March 8, 2015 Leave a comment
Corrado Pani has been a member of People with Rhesus Negative Bloodtype for a few years and been very active in researching and sharing with other rh negatives what his areas of interest pertain.
Corrado is blood type O negative and from Sardinia, Italy.
Here is our interview with Corrado.
1) When did you first find out about your blood type, when did you gain interest in the rh negative blood factor and what keeps you motivated in terms of upgrading your research?
It was in 2007 when my doctor told me my blood was precious. I just took some information but realized it was a very interesting topic in 2011 when I talked to a friend on Facebook and read something more.
2) Out of all the things you have learned researching the rh negative blood factor, which discovery stands out in terms of opening your eyes the widest?
I was amazed when I discovered in which areas the rh neg factor is more diffused. A focus around the Atlantic Ocean and this research seemed to me very much linked with the Atlantis theory.
3) What is your most passionate area of interest?
Archaeoanthropology, blood and migrations theory.
4) What are you hoping to prove or debunk in the future?
I hope I will be able to prove that Atlantis was founded by the first humans, that they were very intelligent and highly talented (if humans are not definitely extraterrestrials).
5) Have you ever taken a full DNA test? If so, what were the results and do you believe there has ever been a group of people in the past which was 100 percent rh negative and what sort of pattern set do you see continued in today´s society?
In 2013 I had a partial DNA test taken and it came out that I’m in the I(Y) haplogroup for sure, but I did not the complete examination. I(Y) haplogroup is a link between Scandinavian, West Yugoslavian, German and Eastern British populations and partly Northern Hiberians.
6) A lot of new rh negative people are coming on this blog to read information about our blood type. What message would you like to send to them in order to help them let go of what they have learned in order to emerge into a group of people who are “like them” and what advice would you give to them in terms of where to continue their research?
The gratest faculty of rh negs could be the freedom. Our pineal gland can recieve inspirations, can let itself be penetrated by the universe and let us know secrets of matter, order of universe and our inner nature. We can obtain enlightenment, it’s all in our will.
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