“There is additional relationship between the words adam and adamah and the word dam (דם), meaning blood.”
“For the life of the flesh is in the blood. ” (Leviticus 17:11)
Why do you think the word ‘BLOOD’ is featured more than any other word throughout the Hebrew Bible? The Hebrew Bible is essentially nothing but a genealogical study, with some added Michael Bay action for entertainment (ignoring the events of the rest of planet!)…
Why do you think certain groups, certain families are so obsessed with who they breed with? (Whilst the rest of the world breed like fucking rabbits)
Why do the you think the intelligence services, Occult societies, are so obsessed with monitoring people’s blood groups.
Why do you think it was the fucking Nazis who discovered the RH factor?
HELLO! Christ… another one who banged on about the fucking blood!
RH Negative blood and the paranormal … is there a connection?
Most women will be able to tell you a little bit about what it means to be RH Negative. Most people don’t take much notice of their blood type, however when you are pregnant, one of the first things they test, is to see if your blood is RH Negative. We as humans either have RH positive or RH Negative blood. To be negative means that you don’t have a certain protein on the surface of your red blood cells. As a pregnant woman, if you are RH negative and your baby is RH positive, it can cause problems as your body could start producing anti bodies to attack the RH positive antigen in your baby’s blood. It can make them sick. Don’t I know it! My Mum was RH negative and I am positive. I was born prematurely and given a blood transfusion at birth as I was becoming ill as her body was attacking our incompatible blood types. Nowadays it is not as much of a threat thanks to the way modern medicine works and a simple antibody is given to the mother while pregnant and they are monitored closely. Aside from pregnancy, it is pretty much the only time that the RH negative or positive factor is significant …… or is it?
RH Negative is considered to be rare
Around 15% of the population are considered to be RH Negative. Scientific studies have indicated that without the protein in the red blood cells that people who are RH Positive have, the blood has a blue colour to it. This is why people who are RH Negative are also referred to as blue bloods.
Where does the RH Negative factor come from?
Some theories out there include that the RH negative antibody actually comes from Alien DNA and that they either interbred with humans or somehow genetically engineered us in some way. The Book of Enoch (which predates the Bible) talks about a type of angel called the Nephilim who was a watcher mating with humans and creating a type of human-angel hybrid. While they were all wiped out, some were said to survive, and this is where the RH Negative factor comes in. Some people for this reason, refer to it as the God Gene.
Scientists however believe that the RH negative blood is simply a mutation that happened some time during our evolution. It is believed that we evolved from Apes, this could have happened somewhere along the way. It was actually because of the Rhesus macaque also known as the Rhesus Monkey that we even know about these positive and negative antigens. Scientists discovered that human antigens were similar to that of the Rhesus macaque. Monkey have also shown to have comparable blood types. They are not identical to the A,B and O Blood types that we have, but there are similarities.
What does this have to do with the paranormal?
People who are ‘blue bloods’ are more prone to have a lower body temperature, higher than average IQ, higher blood pressure, red hair and a sensitivity to sunlight according to studies. That is not the only thing they are said to be sensitive in. Some people say that having blood that is RH Negative means that they have elevated intuition and a stronger connection to spirituality in part due to its connection with ‘The book of Enoch’. Some have a heightened awareness of their surroundings whilst others sense things before they happen. They feel a general connection to the spiritual realm. Due to this connection and i’s religious connotations, some people believe that people who are RH negative are able to sense and identify demons (if they exist).
Quite a lot of people who are RH Negative also seem to have another trait in common. They suffer from Night terrors or sleep paralysis. Science tells us that sleep paralysis happens when our brain wakes up before our body does. Some people however interpret this as an encounter with a negative spirit or perhaps even something else. Others again put this down to an alien encounter. People who are RH negative are also said to be more likely to be able to have out of body experiences through astral projection because they feel a connection to spiritual world and space.
A lot of people who have had ET experiences or abduction stories, seem to have a connecting value. They are often RH negative. Perhaps this is where the theory of Aliens genetically engineering blood comes into play.
Is it actually true or coincidence?
The only way to determine if any of this has any sort of merit is to look at the numbers. I put the call out on various types of social media and asked people who felt they had a physic ability or some sort of sensitivity to the paranormal to tell me what their blood type was.
Updated figures as of 8th September 2018 www.livinglifeinfullspectrum.com.au via Survey Monkey
As you can see from the results, most of the people who have completed the survey were RH negative and the majority felt they had some sort of ability or sensitivity to the paranormal. Does this show us there is a connection? It is not solid evidence but it is still interesting to see these results. For me looking at these results, the fact that only 7 people that were RH positive answered the survey leads me to think that perhaps the survey was only completed by people who felt they either had an ability or were RH negative so it is not a reliable snapshot. It is still quite interesting to look at though. I also have thrown out the results from the sleep paralysis question at the end as it didn’t give users the option to answer no so the results for that question were flawed. The way this study was set up will never give us definitive answers. It is just interesting to see what people come up with. I am by no means saying there is a scientific connection. I am not a scientist, I am just someone asking a question to see who answers.
If you would like to contribute to the survey, click on this link: RH Negative survey . It is one thing to make a claim, it is another to have the data to back it up. So let’s create some data!
So what do you think? Do you think your blood type has an influence on your psychic ability? Is it a mutation in our DNA through evolution or some sort of intervention from above? I actually find it quite fascinating looking into the paranormal at this level. There is more paranormal research than standing in a dark room talking to yourself.
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The Rhesus-ve Blood Mystery
Majority of us have +ve blood groups, which is common with Rhesus monkey. This Rhesus positive blood group is completely independent of O, A, B, and AB blood group type. But genetics reveals that we inherit the characters from our ancestors except in the case of mutation. There is some evidence that suggests the RH-negative blood group may have appeared about 35,000 years ago. And the appearance was regional and seemed to, originally, be connected with certain tribes of people. This means that modern man and rhesus monkey may have had a common ancestor. All other earthly primates also have this Rh factor. But this leaves out the people who are Rh negative. If all mankind evolved from the same ancestor their blood would be compatible. Where did the Rh negatives come from?
All species in Earth can breed with the same species and make offspring. Why does Erythroblastosis Fetalis disease occur in humans if all humans are the same species? This disease is caused by the allergic reaction that occurs when an Rh negative mother is carrying a Rh positive child. Mothers body builds up antibodies to destroy the ALIEN substance present in the infant thereby destroying the child. Why would a mother’s body reject her own offspring? Is it because nature itself consider both as different species as the same problem occur in mules (offspring of a male donkey and a female horse). This points to the possibility of a cross-breeding of two similar but genetically different species.
In general, RH -ve blood concentration distribution is high among Europeans. About 40–45% of Europeans have the RH-negative group. Only about 3% of African and 1% of Asian or Native American descendant has the RH-negative group. This
itself shows its among Europeans this blood line was first introduced. There are many theories related to the -ve blood line.
There are lot of theories on this negative blood line, and all these points to one fact that, there is some mystery bound with the injection of negative blood line into human gene. Was it really a mutation? And what can be the reason for the mutation? And is it a positive mutation as its carried forward to generations. And what if its a result of cross breeding between human and a physically similar but genetically different species?
Being said that there are lot of mistaken beliefs about this persistent mystery as that what Nazis once did and the rest is history.
Rh-Negative Blood: An Exotic Bloodline or Random Mutation?
Most people who have the Rh blood type are Rh-positive. There are also instances, however, where people are Rh-Negative. Health problems may occur for the unborn child of a mother with Rh-Negative blood when the baby is Rh-Positive. This has led some to suggest that Rh-Negative blood must be of a non-human origin. Theories range from supernatural ones such as being of divine descent or membership in a divinely chosen people-group, to more scientific or pseudoscientific explanations such as interbreeding with extraterrestrials. The majority of scientists who have studied the blood type have concluded that it is most likely just a random mutation. This explanation seems to be the one most consistent with available evidence and the one that is most able to withstand Occam’s Razor.
What is unusual about Rh-Negative blood is that the gene for it is surprisingly common despite being potentially harmful. When a woman who is Rh-Negative is pregnant with a child that is Rh-Positive, the mother’s immune system creates protective anti-bodies to the Rh-Positive blood, and her blood essentially becomes toxic to the child. To some people, this looks like the mother’s body is rejecting the baby – which has led them to suggest that perhaps the reason for the rejection is incompatibility based on the mother and child being of different species. Others suggest that lineages with the gene for Rh-Negative blood are merely special in some way and were not meant to be mixed with lineages which are predominantly Rh-Positive.
Blood type testing. (ec-jpr/ CC BY NC ND 2.0 )
Rh-Negative Blood Lineages
One population which contains an unusually high frequency of the gene for the Rh-Negative blood type are the Basques from northeastern Spain. The Basques have the highest incidence of the gene out of any population in the world. The Basques also speak a non-Indo-European language and have genetic markers that pre-date the rise of agriculture. This has led to speculation that Rh-Negative blood is related to Cro-Magnon ancestry going back to the upper Paleolithic period in Europe.
Among the more exotic theories is the idea that the Rh-Negative gene represents a separate branch of humanity that intermarried with the branch that came out of Africa. One blogger has gone as far as to say that those with Rh-Negative blood are descendants of the Hyperborean race, which they believe to be the original human race. Followers of this idea believe that this race was blonde-haired and blue-eyed and included most major spiritual teachers in history, including Jesus.
An artistic representation of Hyperborean women. ( Youtube Screenshot )
Some people who are not satisfied with the idea that those with RH- blood are another form of humanity have suggested that the trait originates from extraterrestrials either interbreeding with humans or creating humans through genetic engineering.
The Role of Genetics in Rh-Negative Blood
This unusual trait can, however, also be explained in terms of relatively mundane human genetics and natural selection. One possibility is that the gene for Rh-Negative blood has some sort of selective advantage that outweighed the negative consequences of having Rh-Negative blood.
A well-known example of this phenomenon would be the case of sickle cell anemia and malaria. A large percentage of the population in west Africa where malaria is common consists of carriers of the gene for sickle-cell anemia, although they don’t have the disease themselves. The reason is that just carrying the gene for sickle cell anemia gives the person carrying it immunity to Malaria. Although sickle-cell anemia is harmful, even deadly, carrying the gene gives a selective advantage and therefore it is much more common than would be expected.
Sickle-cell disease is inherited in the autosomal recessive pattern. ( CC BY SA 3.0 )
Scientists studying the effects of Rh-Negative blood have found that individuals carrying the gene for Rh-Negative blood are more resistant to certain parasites such as toxoplasma, which can threaten unborn children. It has also been found that there are more carriers of the gene in areas where toxoplasma is more common. This suggests that carriers of the gene for Rh-Negative blood might be more common than expected because there is a positive selective advantage, greater resistance to parasites, that outweighs the negative, possibly having a pregnancy where the mother’s blood endangers the unborn child.
Dividing Toxoplasma gondii, an obligate intracellular human parasite. (Ke Hu and John M. Murray/ CC BY 4.0 )
As a result, it could be that some populations contain a higher occurrence rate of the gene not because of a unique lineage but because they are adapted to a region with a high prevalence of certain parasites such as toxoplasma. This would explain why the gene occurs in high frequency in populations that are not really connected other than the fact that they are Homo Sapiens, such as Basques and certain Jewish populations.
The Basques have an ancestry that, with other European groups, goes back to the European Upper Paleolithic. Yet the Jews ultimately descend from relatively recent Middle Eastern populations. This would make sense if the reason for the prevalence of the gene was because both the ancestral Basque and Jewish populations originated in an environment with similar selective factors rather than being of a common lineage.
Basque women in Bayonne (1852). ( Public Domain )
Although it could still be that there is a common, unique ancestral lineage connecting populations with high prevalence of Rh-Negative blood, the fact that the populations where the gene occurs in high prevalence appear otherwise unrelated to each other makes it less likely and in need of more evidence.
Could Rh-Negative Blood Come from Extraterrestrials?
The extraterrestrial explanation is even more problematic because the Rh-Negative gene is clearly a variation of an otherwise completely human gene. Unless it was specifically engineered by extraterrestrials from a pre-existing human gene, it is unlikely that it comes from anything other than Homo Sapiens .
The other problem with the Rh-Negative blood type being the result of hybridization with extraterrestrials is that extraterrestrials are likely to have a completely different biology and genome than human beings. Their genome might not even be based on DNA – but something else such as RNA, or some exotic form of genetic storage that never evolved on Earth. This would make any viable hybrids very improbable if not impossible. As the astronomer Carl Sagan would have put it, it would be easier to make a human-tulip hybrid, than a human-extraterrestrial hybrid.
An artist’s representation of an extraterrestrial. ( Public Domain )
The unlikelihood and uncertainty of the other options make the explanation that the Rh-Negative blood type is just a mutation that became common in some populations due to a selective advantage the most likely option. It is also the one that most easily survives the application of Occam’s Razor. If this blood type was because of another human species, let alone extraterrestrials, many more unnecessary assumptions that are difficult to verify have to be made. As a result, the evidence currently points toward little more than an ordinary mutation as the cause of the Rh-Negative blood phenotype.
Are Rhesus Negative People “Jewish”?
July 20, 2016 by firetown
The original article has been moved here: Are Rhesus Negative People “Jewish”?
There are many other articles on Rhesusnegative.net regarding rh-/Jewish connections. Take a look when you have some time:
The origin of rh negative blood
The Basques, the ancient Hebrews and the missing links between us
What is the whole ancestry of the Basques?