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Fascinating Blood Theories That Will Make You Question the Origin of Man

In Blood We Trust

Blood has a peculiar significance to almost every culture on Earth.

  • In antiquity blood was equated with life, longevity and eternal youth.
  • Some cultures consider menstrual blood a potent regenerating substance that gives the drinker special powers.
  • The word "blood" is the most common word in the Bible after "God".
  • Secret cults were created based on the concept of preserving certain bloodlines. "The royal family" and aristocracy in general is one of such "cults" that place superior value on "blue blood" over commoners' "red blood".

This speaks to the point that not all blood is the same.

In fact, some blood characteristics differ so much from person to person that it begs the question: is human race one species or are we several similar but distinct species that were erroneously classified as one on the basis of Darwin's theory of evolution?

There are four major blood types, and two blood factors.

There are four major blood types, and two blood factors.

7 Basic Blood Facts

  • There are four major blood types determined by the presence or absence of A and B antigens: type A, type B, type AB and type O.
  • Type O is the oldest blood type.
  • Type AB is the rarest blood type. Only about 4% of the world population has that type (including Barack Obama).
  • Type O negative is considered to be the universal donor type. It can be distributed to any blood type in case of an emergency.
  • Blood is made up of red cells, platelets, plasma, and cryoprecipitate.
  • Studies have shown that eating right for your blood type actually works. For example, blood type O needs a lot of protein, less grain and more exercise.
  • The easiest (and the most generous) way to find out your blood type is to donate blood to the Red Cross. 1 Pint of blood can save up to 3 lives. If you want to make a difference (and find out your blood type), please donate your blood to the Red Cross. After about 6 weeks you will receive a donor card with your blood type.
Blood donation is the easiest way to find out your blood type.

Blood donation is the easiest way to find out your blood type.

Fascinating Look into the History of RH Negative Blood Type

Blood Type and The Rh Factor

In addition to types, blood is also classified based on the presence or absence of the Rh antigen, often called the Rh factor.

People who have the antigen are called Rh positive (Rh+, 85% of the world population), and people who don't are Rh negative (Rh-, 15% of the population). The greatest incidence of the Rh negative factor is among the Basque people of Northern Europe.

What's intriguing about the Rh negative factor is its origin. All mammals are Rh positive, and since blood characteristics are some of the most stable genetic factors, most people's origin can be traced to Darwin's apes, end of story.

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Then where did Rh negative people come from?

If we all originated from the same ancestor, our blood should be the same. Yet when an Rh negative woman is pregnant with an Rh positive child, her body rejects and attacks the fetus with antibodies in a manner not seen anywhere in nature, except in cases of two different species interbreeding.

Rh Negative Blood Characteristics

  • Higher than average IQ
  • Sensitive vision and other senses
  • Lower body temperature
  • Predominantly blue, green, or hazel eyes
  • Sensitivity to heat and sunlight
  • Unexplained marks on the body
  • Vivid or lucid dreams
  • Profound spiritual experiences
  • Strong urge to explore life's mysteries

Theories About Rh Negative Blood

Because of the peculiar characteristics of the Rh- blood some theorize that Rh- people are different from the rest (or even superior), with traits like higher IQ, sharp senses, better immune system, psychic and empathetic abilities, a sense of a special "mission" in life, interest in cosmology, and other para-human qualities.

Many of these theories point to extraterrestrial origins, with references to the Nephilim, the Annunaki, creators, angels, "reptilian bloodline", "blood of the gods" etc.

This alien origin theory comes from the assumption that since Rh negative people are not the descendants of prehistoric man, they must be the descendants of the ancient astronauts.

If, according to the ancient astronaut theory, the earth was visited by extraterrestrials in the ancient past, it's not that big of a stretch to suggest that they've left some kind of genetic mark on humanity. So Rh positive is the original human blood type, and Rh negative could be a later mutation (or manipulation) that mostly effected the population of Western Europe.

Opponents of the alien origin theory say that Rh negative factor does not indicate the presence of anything alien. Simply because some people lack the Rh antigen, doesn't mean there's something special going on.

Are you Rh Negative?

Are you Rh Negative? Do some (if not most) of the Rh negative characteristics apply to you? Have you been looking to find who you are and where you come from your whole life? If so, the answer couldn't be as simple as a blood factor, could it?

But something has to be said about the fact that many spiritual teachers, psychics, faith healers and paranormal researchers have RH negative blood (for example, Deepak Chopra, Erich von Daniken, Brad Steiger, Zacharia Sitchin etc). Not to mention an astounding number of famous actors, singers, politicians and other highly accomplished people (just google "Rh Negative Celebrities").

What accounts for a large percentage of negatives in these fields? If you've read this far, chances are, you already know the answer.

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© 2014 Lana Adler


Tim Truzy from U.S.A. on November 17, 2019:

fascinating. Much to consider in your article.

Charline on September 30, 2016:

This is fascinating. As far as the royal bloodline how many of these people over time was indeed negative. Also I am African-American( although I was told by family members that we have Indian , ancestry, which i now believe is Hindu and not Native American ) and I want to know what it's my connection to the Aryan race other than my negative factor

Lana Adler (author) from California on May 06, 2014:

This is certainly good news for God! Thank you for the information, I'll look it up.

Jay C OBrien from Houston, TX USA on May 06, 2014:

The "Atlantis Theory" simply says there were ancient civilizations with high technology some of which survived a "Flood." The "Toba Catastrophe Theory," originated with Dr. Stanley Ambrose of the University of Illinois at Champaign. Look it up.

The "Atlantis Theory," is an extension of the "Toba Catastrophe Theory."

There is ample evidence there were ancient, large scale civilizations. Also see Hub, "Atlantians to the Mideast" which absolves God of the atrocities described in the Old Testament.

Lana Adler (author) from California on May 05, 2014:

I wouldn't say that the "Atlantis theory" is a simpler explanation than the alien theory. I think they're both pretty out there :-)

Jay C OBrien from Houston, TX USA on May 04, 2014:

You wrote:

"If, according to ancient astronaut theory, the earth was visited by extraterrestrials in the ancient past, it's not that big of a stretch to suggest that they've left some kind of genetic mark on humanity."

There is a simpler explanation than extraterrestrials coming to earth. Let us examine the, "Atlantis Theory. Catastrophes have occurred which wiped out civilization as we know it with only a few survivors to carry on. Such catastrophes have taken the form of volcanoes, super-volcanoes, ice ages and comets. See the Toba Catastrophe Theory. “Atlantian” can be used to stand for a civilization which was lost in a catastrophe. It was Atlantians who interfaced with the ancient people, not ancient aliens. There is no DNA change needed for breeding with the Atlantis Theory

Perhaps the RH factor was bred into populations because there were small, widely separated populations after the catastrophe.

See Hub, "Atlantians to the Mideast."

Lana Adler (author) from California on April 23, 2014:

I was just quoting one of the wisest men ever lived ;-)

Sometimes it does feel like the more you know, the more you don't know... Like the things that you know make you realize all the things you don't know. I'm an intuit, so most things I know just come to me. Maybe that's why I doubt them sometimes...

Deborah Sexton on April 23, 2014:

I wouldn't profess such an inaccuracy. We have all learned and been shown certain truths. From your writings, I would say you know several things

Lana Adler (author) from California on April 19, 2014:

All I know is that I know nothing ;-)

Deborah Sexton on April 19, 2014:

Kalinin1158 a very interesting hub. I do believe there is more than one species in what we call the human race. This is what I was getting at in my writing about blood.

Lana Adler (author) from California on April 17, 2014:

Thank you Shelley! It's good to know that your writing is appreciated :-)

Shelley Watson on April 16, 2014:

Thank you for this very interesting article - it's always great to learn something new. Up, interesting and useful

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