at 12:13 Posted by M. C. Bruecke
Bruecke Note: Strange blog happenings. This was an article re-published here in January 2011. It was a popular one. In fact, just this week, the Vatic Master approved some comments on it. I saw the recent comment and decided to read it on the blog. *POOF*!!! The article wasn't available. So I go searching for it in the queue. Not there.Someone (not I, not the Vatic Master) removed it. Cue the music to "The Twilight Zone." Be that as it may, enjoy it again. I had to search the web and find where "Before It's News" had re-published what we had published.
RH Negative Blood – found no where in Nature. Why?
MERCATUR360, October 06, 2010
Vatic Note: This is a combination of several presentations with respect to RH negative blood which is not found anywhere in nature except in humans. It acts like it does not belong here. If there is an Rh negative factor in the mother who is pregnant, the body then builds up antibodies to rid the body of the opposing blood, and thus the baby which it sees as a foreign invader to the body. How strange is that???
Interestingly, “Those with the highest Rh-negative rate are a branch of people in Europe called the Basques. Basques have almost double the European rate (which is abnormally high to begin with) of Rh-negative people”. There are other numerous anomolies as well, and this video does a good job of showing us what they are. pay very close attention since most of us do not know our blood type and its turning out that it may well be very important for reasons I will explain later. Below this video is an additional article on the “strange Facts about RH Negative Blood”. I am beginning to suspect and reason for it, but will let you view the evidence and decide for yourself. I suggest everyone get tested for the RH negative factor. If what I suspect is correct, it may well explain a whole lot about the elite blood lines and why they see us like “cattle” or “monkeys” if you will. Watch the video and pause it if it goes to fast to absorb what it is saying. I had to do that just to reread what I was seeing. ITS A FASCINATING PERSPECTIVE. You decide.
Strange Facts about RH Negative Blood
By T.M. Samuels, eHow Contributor , EHow publication
Rh-negative blood is a very rare blood variety. Although most people are a certain blood type (A, B, AB, O) and Rh positive, those with Rh-negative blood share some interesting and strange characteristics.
Rh, or Rhesus, is a protein that is on the red blood cell surface of most individuals. People who have the protein are Rh positive, while not having it makes them Rh negative.
An Rh negative pregnant woman with an Rh positive fetus has the risk of her baby dying. This is from damage to the baby’s erythrocytes.
Rh-factor protein is divided among races. Fifteen percent of whites are Rh negative, 5 to 10 percent of African Americans are Rh negative, and 1 to 2 percent of Asians are negative for the protein.
Rh-positive blood is most commonly distributed through the population. Rh-negative numbers are 7 percent for blood type O, 6 percent for blood type A, and 2 percent for blood types B and 1 percent for type AB.
Highest Rh negative Rate
Those with the highest Rh-negative rate are a branch of people in Europe called the Basques. Basques have almost double the European rate (which is abnormally high to begin with) of Rh-negative people.
A higher percentage of Rh-negative people claim to have been abducted by aliens than that of Rh-positive people.
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Thanks to Vatic Project for the continued search for answers:http://vaticproject.blogspot.com