Rh Negative Blood Origins and DNA Mutation - Part 2 of 2
at 02:00 Posted by Vatic Master Vatic Note:
One of the questions he asks below is "has the percentage of people with Rh negative blood remained constant since it was discovered in the late 1940’s or has it changed?" It definitely has changed, but not by mutation. We proved on here that Blood is the most stable DNA in our bodies, all others are much more subject to mutation, than blood is.
It changed because of mixing of the two types in mating and offspring, between them. Now while the RH NEG population is about 15%, the RH positives with one RH neg allele is as high as 60% of the European based population. That means all efforts to break down the barriers to mating has worked. While it has decreased the numbers of pure RH negs, it has also increased those that carry the same traits of the RH neg by their one allele from an RH neg parent.
These alleles are handed down generation to generation and 60% is a very healthy percentage. It has also backfired on the Powers that be, since the objective was met, of reducing the number of RH negs who are pure, but it also now has more and more of us that have the "traits" that the powers that be fear so much, and which makes us much more dangerous to the Cabal orchestrating all of this over these many thousands of years.
Remember the powers that be are trying to rid us of the aryan race with blonde hair and blue/green/hazel eyes through encouraging of race mixing etc. But, like we pointed out, that has backfired. I have blue eyes, but am listed as O positive, since that has been arbitrarily designated the dominant gene, thus an O positive can have the traits of the RH neg since they have an equal number of alleles as the positive.
In fact, unlike pure RH positives, these RH negatives, have both alleles and traits of both positives and negatives that they carry and that was not the intent of evil ones when they promoted intermarrying. As usual, they screwed it all up to their detriment and are now scrambling to see if and how they can correct the problem.
As I have pointed out before, they won't succeed since they lack a soul and thus lack creativity, so they will rely on what has worked, IN THEIR MINDS, in the past and as they do so, then students of history will be able to see the patterns from the past and thwart their evil efforts. Yup, I think they are going to lose big time and I believe its why they have lost so many times before and have never been able to take control of the globe.
As Michael Tsarion said in his 9 video series "Origins of Evil", "Humans are magnificient creatures, living ordinary lives and the evil ones have spent trillions of dollars and thousands of years hiding that fact from us."
So, begin the journey of discovery and start by studying the traits found in RH negs and find out who you really are and begin to BE WHO YOU REALLY ARE, and the evil ones will lose. Please read this below. He makes a very credible case for what we are discovering. He is wrong about "mutation" and right about different sets of aliens, having RH neg, one a good guy set and one a bad guy set, with the RH positives not having a clue, except those with one RH neg allele. Rh Negative Blood Origins and DNA Mutation - Part 2 of 2
By Admin, In Our Image, October 29, 2009
The origins of Rh negative blood are unknown and believed to be caused by some sort of mutation that occurred many thousands of years ago.
As indicated in other of my posts to this blog, I’ve considered the possibility that the human was created by extraterrestrial intervention, and have linked that intervention with the plural pronouns used in Genesis “let us make man in our image, after our likeness…”
I’ve also discussed the possibility that the extraterrestrial “god” of the Old Testament is not the same extraterrestrial “god the father” in the New Testament.
Is it possible that the original humans created by the OT god, those original humans who have Rh-positive blood, have been altered by extraterrestrials affiliated with the NT god, resulting in mutation of DNA and deletion of the Rh factor…producing Rh negative blood?
Following is a passage from the sequel I’m currently working on to my novel “In Our Image”. This is all conjecture, but it is an interesting concept and I thought I’d share it: “I have a question,”
I said. “In Luke’s gospel he goes through a genealogy backward in time listing who begat whom. He ends with ‘…the son of Seth, the son of Adam, the son of God.’ That says to me that Adam was the son of God, and if you are the son of someone, then you would have their DNA. The ‘god’ that is supposedly the father of Adam is the god of the Old Testament, Yahweh, who was an extraterrestrial. So if all that is true, wouldn’t Adam and all his descendants have Rh negative blood?”
“Yes, Adam and his descendants had the DNA of the creator god, Yahweh. The first humans were apes that had been genetically altered with extraterrestrial DNA. That is where the Rh positive factor originated in humans, from monkeys/apes used in the creation process. However, Yahweh’s DNA did not alter the Rh factor. An individual’s DNA can change over time.
The benevolent extraterrestrials’ DNA has mutated over millennia to an extremely advanced level. They have on average 8 strands of DNA and use 50% of it. The human has 2 strands and uses approximately 5% of it. Yahweh had considerable fewer strands than 8; I’ve heard somewhere between 3 and 4. He wanted to be worshipped and obeyed by the humans he created, so he only gave them 2 strands with minimal activation of even that paltry amount of DNA.
When the more spiritually evolved benevolent extraterrestrials join in the creation process with humans, the DNA mutates to a higher level and one of the changes that occurs is the elimination of the Rh factor. These humans have Rh negative blood. Jesus was Rh negative.”
I’ve read of some people who say their blood type has changed from Rh positive to Rh negative. If this is true, could it be the result of alien abduction experiments? And are the alien hybrids being born on Earth today Rh negative?
Has the percentage of people with Rh negative blood remained constant since it was discovered in the late 1940’s or has it changed? I’m sure Rh negative blood is being closely tracked and someone/group has the answers.
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