Ancient aliens o negative blood

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ancient aliens o negative blood

Bloodline of the Gods: Unravel the Mystery of the Human Blood Type to Reveal the Aliens Among Us by Nick Redfern

Are significant numbers of humanity the product of an ancient and advanced alien civilization? Have we, across the millennia, been periodically modified and refined as a species? In short, has our genetic make-up been manipulated by otherworldly beings that view human civilization as one big lab experiment?

These are controversial and thought-provoking questions. They are also questions that demand answers, answers that may very well be found by examining those people whose blood type is Rh negative.

The vast majority of humankind--85 to 90 percent--is Rh positive, which means a persons red blood cells contain an antigen directly connected to the Rhesus monkey. This antigen is known as the Rh factor.

Each and every primate on the planet has this antigen, except for one: the remaining 10 to 15 percent of humans. If the theory of evolution is valid--that each and every one of us is descended from ancient primates--shouldnt we all be Rh positive? Yes, we should. But were not. The Negatives are unlike the rest of us. They are different.

They are the unique individuals whose bloodline may have nothing less than extraterrestrial origins.
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Ancient Aliens: Alien Blood Types (S11, E10) - History

Is Rh-Negative Blood Alien In Origin?

We explore the history of blood types and how they are classified to find out what makes the Rh-null type important to science and dangerous for those who live with it. Golden blood sounds like the latest in medical quackery. As in, get a golden blood transfusion to balance your tantric midichlorians and receive a free charcoal ice cream cleanse. Don't let the New-Agey moniker throw you. Golden blood is actually the nickname for Rh-null, the world's rarest blood type. As Mosaic reports , the type is so rare that only about 43 people have been reported to have it worldwide, and until , when it was first identified in an Aboriginal Australian woman, doctors assumed embryos with Rh-null blood would simply die in utero.

Are significant numbers of humanity the product of an ancient and advanced alien civilization? Have we, across the millennia, been periodically modified and refined as a species? In short, has our genetic make-up been manipulated by otherworldly beings that view human civilization as one big lab experiment? These are controversial and thought-provoking questions. They are also questions that demand answers, answers that may very well be found by examining those people whose blood type is Rh negative. The vast majority of humankind to 90 percent--is Rh positive, which means a person's red blood cells contain an antigen directly connected to the Rhesus monkey.

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.

The Role of Genetics in Rh-Negative Blood

Everyone on the planet has either O, A, B, or AB but a sub-category to this is whether an individual is Rh positive or negative. The Rh level refers to the Rhesus factor, which brings a specific antigen in the blood — if your blood does not carry the antigen, you are Rh negative. Some 85 percent of people are Rh positive, and according to a startling claim, the remaining 15 percent of us could be descendants of aliens. Researcher Lara Starr states that if everyone had truly evolved from apes, we would all have the same blood type. All other earthly primates also have this Rh factor.

As humans, we believe we evolved from apes and the Rh factor in our blood even derives its name from the Rhesus Macaque. There are 35 blood group systems organized by our genetic structure to carry the information that produces antigens. Antigens are molecules that produce an immune response, so when a foreign substance or toxin enters our system, antigens tell our bodies to attack them. Within the Rh system there are 61 antigens, with the D antigen determining whether one is Rh-positive of Rh-negative. This antigen is a sensitive protein that exists on the surface of red blood cells and can react negatively if it comes in contact with Rh-positive blood. If a woman with Rh-negative blood becomes pregnant with an Rh-positive baby, her body will produce antigens signaling to her immune system that her fetus is essentially toxic.

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