April 18, 2016
There are many theories/beliefs about how humans came to be on earth.
Some people believe in the creationist theory, while others believe humans ‘evolved out of primordial ooze’.
We are going to discuss a third theory here, and I am not asking anyone to automatically believe what you are about to read, but I am asking you to keep an open mind about it, and do your own further research.
Do you know your own Bloodtype?
Every human being on the planet has either type O, A, B, or AB, and within these types there is either Rhesus Positive (+) or Rhesus Negative (-) blood. The Rhesus (Rh) factor refers to a specific antigen in the blood. In simple terms, if your blood has the antigen, you are Rhesus Positive.
Rh Negative blood types are one of the most fascinating subjects I have ever researched. In the study of genetics, we can find that we can only inherit what our ancestors had except in the case of mutation. We can have any of numerous combinations of traits inherited from all our ancestors. Nothing more and nothing less.
Therefore, if man and ape had evolved from a common ancestor, it stands to reason that their blood would have evolved the same way. Blood factors are transmitted with much more exactitude than any other biological characteristic. All other earthly ‘primates’ also have this Rh Factor. So, if all humankind evolved from the same ancestor, their blood should be compatible.
I believe, (and it’s a belief shared by many others, including certain scientists) that Rh Negative humans categorically DISPROVE the theory of evolution!
If we had all evolved from monkeys or apes, we would have the same blood characteristics, but clearly we don’t.
Rhesus Positive blood can be traced back to the Rhesus Monkey as well as all the other primates on earth, but Rhesus Negative blood CANNOT.
In fact, Rhesus Negative blood cannot be traced back to anything/anywhere else in nature.
When a mother is Rhesus Negative and the father is Rhesus Positive, the foetus can inherit the Rhesus factor from the father, thus making the foetus Rhesus Positive as well, and when that happens, the mother, being Negative, may abort the foetus.
Why would that be?
For the same reasons that you cannot breed a mule with a mule to create another mule, and you cannot breed a pair of Ligers to produce another Liger.
All living creatures known on earth can freely breed with another of the same species. Relative size and colour makes no difference, but you cannot mate two mixed species together.
If that mixed species is not infertile, which often is the case, you get a reaction known as Haemolytic Disease, which is an allergic reaction that occurs when a Rhesus Negative female carries a Rhesus Positive foetus.
Her blood creates antibodies in order to destroy what it perceives to be an ALIEN substance (the same reaction seen with a virus), thereby effectively destroying the foetus.
So what would cause a reaction like that?
What would cause a perfectly healthy mother to reject her own offspring?
Nowhere else in nature does this occur naturally and this alone points to the possibility off cross-breeding between two similar, but genetically different species.
Very few people have ever tried to explain where the Rhesus Negative Bloodtype came from. Most geneticists and doctors simply assume that it’s a mutation of some type, if not a descendant of a completely different ancestor.
So if Rhesus Negative blood is a ‘mutation’, what caused that mutation?
Why does it continue with the exact same characteristics?
Why does it so violently reject the Rhesus Factor, if it was something within it’s own ancestry?
Who was this Ancestor?
Diffuculties in determining ethnology are largely overcome by the use of blood group data, for they are a single gene characteristic and are not effected by their environment.
The Basque people of Spain and France have the highest percentage of Rhesus Negative blood. About 30% have Rh Negative blood and about 60% carry at least one Rh Negative gene. The average among most people is between 7/15% Rh Negative, while some groups have very little or zero.
The Oriental Jews of Israel, also have a high percentage of Rhesus Negative blood, although most other Oriental people have only around 1%. The Samaritans and the Black Cochin Jews also have high percentages of Rhesus Negative blood, although, again, the Rhesus Negaive blood is rare amongst most black people.
The origins of the Basques is also Unknown.
Their language is unique, and totally unlike any other European language. Some scholars believe that Basque was the original language of the book of Genesis. Some people believe it was the original language if the world and possibly, of one of the ancient ‘ET’ races.
Here are some traits common to Rhesus Negative people. (There may be more)
- A feeling of not belonging.
- Many are ‘Truth Seekers’.
- Many sense they have a ‘Mission’ in life.
- They have great compassion and empathy for humankind.
- They have extra ribs or vertebra.
- Most have markedly a higher IQ.
- Many have ESP abilities.
- Many love space and science.
- Many have sensitive vision and other senses.
- They cannot be cloned.
- Most have lower body temperatures and higher/lower blood pressure.
- Predominately blue, green or hazel coloured eyes.
- Most have red or a reddish tint to their hair.
- Many have an increased sensitivity to heat and sunlight.
- Many have unexplained scarring on their limbs and bodies.
- Many have ‘Piercing’ eyes.
- Many are healers.
- Many suffer from Empathetic illnesses.
- Many have the ability to disrupt electrical devices.
- A large number have claimed to have been ‘Abducted’.
- Most have experienced unexplained phenomenon.
- Many have lurid dreams and have reported having certain ‘abilities’ while asleep.
Thanks to: http://rhesusnegatives.co.uk