Have you ever felt that you never really belonged in this world? Do you have a fascination with space and the universe? Do you feel that you have some sort of mission in life to seek the truth and help mankind? Do you also have Rh-negative blood?
Before we go any further, it is important to know what we mean when we talk about the Rh-negative blood type.
Blood Groups and Where Rh-Negative Blood Type Fits in
We all know our own blood type, but there is more to blood that just what type we are. To elaborate, there are four main blood groups which are O, A, B and AB. Blood is made up of red and white cells, and platelets which lie in liquid plasma. There are antibodies and antigens in the blood, which, when identified, can tell us which blood type you are.
Antibodies are part of our defence and help to warn our immune system to destroy germs and foreign bodies. Antigens lie on the surface of red blood cells.
An antigen is any substance that can trigger an attack by the immune system. We have antigens in our blood so that only blood containing the same antigens as our own can be used in transfusions.
- Group O – has no A or B antigens on red cells (but has A and B antibodies in the plasma)
- Group A – has only the A antigen on red cells (and B antibody in the plasma)
- Group B – has only the B antigen on red cells (and A antibody in the plasma)
- Group AB – has both A and B antigens on red cells (but neither A nor B antibodies in the plasma)
As well as containing antibodies and antigens, each one of these groups can also be either Rh-positive or Rh-negative.
So why do some people believe the Rh-negative blood type could have alien origins?
Apes, Humans and Rh-Negative Blood Type
Most of us believe that we evolved from apes. In fact, we get the notation Rh (when talking about blood types) from Rhesus monkeys.
It is a common theory of evolution that humans and apes share a common ancestor. Therefore, our blood should have evolved the same way. And for all other primates, it did. All monkeys are Rh-positive.
Rh-positive blood can be traced back to every species of primate, but nowhere can we find any evidence of Rh-negative blood. So does that mean we are not related to apes at all? Not only that, but the Rh-negative blood type cannot be found in anywhere in nature.
**Humans are the only beings on the planet that have the Rh-negative blood type**
Don’t you find that odd? Where has it come from?
We know that the Rh-negative blood type is the rarest blood type in the world. However, in small pockets, such as the Basque Country in Spain, it is extremely common. In this area, over 30% of the population have Rh-negative blood.
But why would clusters of people with Rh-negative blood appear to concentrate in small groups yet, elsewhere scatter to the four winds?
Out of Africa Evidence
The majority of us believe in an ‘Out of Africa’ scenario in which, around 200,000 years ago, humankind migrated from Africa. Therefore, modern humans are descendants of those early Africans, as DNA evidence has shown.
But this also shines an interesting light on people with the Rh-negative blood type. Research has also shown that black Africans who have no interaction with whites or mixed races do not have the Rh-negative blood type.
So this begs the question if we are all descended from ancestors from Africa, where did the Rh-negative blood type come from?
People with the Rh-Negative Blood Type Have Distinctive Characteristics
To add to the theory that those who have the Rh-negative blood type could have alien origins, they have quite specific characteristics:
- Striking blue, green or hazel eyes
- Red or auburn tint to hair
- Extra rib or vertebrae
- Sensitive vision, hearing or smelling
- Extremely sensitive to heat or light
- Cold to the touch
- Higher than average IQ
- Empathy for others to the point where it makes them ill
- A feeling of being different
- Need to have the facts and know the truth
- Have experienced unexplained phenomena
- Increased psychic/intuitive abilities
Why would a person’s blood type give them particular characteristics? No other blood type appears to do so.
Rh-Negative Blood Type and Alien Abductees
A further piece of evidence in this theory comes from ICAR, the International Community for Alien Research. They recently published a report on the blood types of abductees. With the percentage of Rh-positive blood types of the AE (abductee-experiencer) Group calculated at 85%, leaving 15% for Rh-negative blood, the researchers found “an elevated percentage of Rh- Factor (35%) among abduction experiencers.”
ICAR concluded that the negative blood groups are far more likely to be contacted or abducted than those who had Rh-positive blood types. Some people believe that this is further evidence that people with the Rh-negative blood type could have alien origins.
Rh-Negative Blood Type and the Extra Vertebrae
Our final clue to the Rh-negative blood type and alien origins is the extra vertebrae. Many people with Rh-negative blood are born with this extra bone or tail, as it is called.
Reptiles have tails and are cold-blooded. People that believe there is an alien race on earth tend also to agree that they have reptilian features. There have even been bold claims that the wealthy and powerful families of the earth are of alien descent, including the UK’s Royal Family. One person that was convinced of this was Princess Diana. Her nicknames for the Windsor’s were ‘the lizards’ and ‘the reptiles’. She used to say on many occasions that they were ‘not human’. As we know, Diana died in a car crash in Paris.
So where does that leave us when it comes to the Rh-negative blood type? When you look at each fact on its own, they don’t add up to much. When we put them together, perhaps they are meaningful. Or maybe we humans just want to believe there is something else out there. That we are not alone. In any case, this is an interesting theory to ponder about, even though there is no solid evidence that what it claims is true.
If you have the Rh-negative blood type, please let us know if you have any of the characteristics listed above.
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