April 18, 2016 admin Health 1
Salvador Dali (alleged to be Rhesus Negative) and his cat
Rhesus Negative Blood is, according to the scientific community, a gene mutation that occurred in the human population to protect against Toxoplasma, a parasite that causes Toxoplasmosis.
This parasite can only sexually reproduce in cats [members of the Felin family], thus the mutation is believed to have occurred in populations with high exposure to the cat family – Africa, Asia, Nirth America etc.
Europeans, especially northen Europeans, were not exposed to the cat family until the introduction of the domestic cat. As such, the presence of the rhesus positive genetic mutation is lower in European and Scandinavian populations.
The African population has a very high percentage of rhesus positive blood, as does the Asian population. But if we look at a sample study of the European population, only about 85% are rhesus positive.
Distribution of Blood Types of Blood Donors
O Rh positive – 37%
A Rh positive – 36%
B Rh positive – 9%
AB Rh positive – 3%
O Rh negative – 7%
A Rh negative – 6%
B Rh negative – 1%
AB Rh negative – 1%
The rhesus negative or positive factor of itself therefore indicates nothing about the capabilities of the person ‘physically’. But parasites can cause disease and one of the areas the parasites attack is the brain.
Over time, some quite extensive damage can occur to the brain without the person even being aware that it is happening.
And as a consequence of this attack, many rhesus negative people who are naturally ill-equipped for the attack start to get ‘psychic symptoms‘ ranging from benign vision or hallucinations, to more problematic effects.
In effect if you are rhesus negative and get attacked by this parasite you could easily end up psychic.“Infection with the parasites has recently been associated with a number of neurological disorders, particularly schizophrenia”
If you have kept a cat, or live with a cat the chances of infection are extremely high.
Source: ALL ABOUT HEAVEN
Thanks to: http://rhesusnegatives.co.uk