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Mystery of the Rh Negative Blood

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posted on May, 8 2015 @ 08:03 AM
Hello, you can call me Sev.

First off, I'm not exactly "new" to ATS, but this is the very first time I have ever posted anything on it.
The topic I wish to speak about is one that has intrigued me for several months now. That topic being - a connection between ancient beings and the Cherokee tribes (in terms of blood type). So without further adieu, let's get started.

Theory in Question: Cherokee tribes are descendants of an ancient people with a foreign blood type. (Later I'll present the different "ancients" that are in question.

The reason why I'm so fascinated by this theory is because I too have type O- blood and am a Cherokee Wolf Tribe (Aniwaya).
Apparently, from scientific studies, the Rh negative blood line is a somewhat rare and mysterious one. Supposedly the O- line houses close to 4.3% of the world population. To get even more precise, only 1% of Native Americans share this blood type. The most common zones where this blood type is found is northern Spain and southern France. If that's the case, why are there some Native Americans with it? Now, before anyone says that it could be inherited from other bloodlines tracing back to European ancestors, allow me to point something out.

!!!DISCLAIMER!!! I am not some fanatic when it comes to spiritual enlightenment and other stuff like that. I'm just curious about my ancestry. The following passage comes from an article discussing Edgar Cayce's finding in relation to this topic.

"Several teams of genetics researchers at prominent American universities have been conducting studies on the DNA of Native Americans. Although results from early studies showed the expected Siberian-Asian ancestry of the majority of modem Native American tribes, things took an unexpected turn in 1997 when it was found that a small percentage of modem Native Americans have an unusual type of DNA then known to exist only in a few locations in Europe and the Middle East. Subsequent research indicated that the European DNA was not the result of genetic mixing after Columbus, as the same DNA was found in the bone of an ancient American burial, confirming that people carrying this unique DNA had entered America in ancient times." - Ancient America and Genetic DNA Research

So, basically what this is saying is that after some colleges I guess did some digging (no pun intended) into ancient Native American ancestry, they found a strange DNA type for that race and area in some dead guys bones, one who was buried long before Columbus and his friends showed up. This DNA group is referred to as Haploid-X. As to who's DNA this dude shared, well, things are going to get a little weird, so hold fast.

One theory that others have presented is that the DNA is Annunaki in origin. If you don't know who or what the Annunaki are..... really bro?
Anunnaki Bloodlines YouTube Video

There are two possibilities that arise in this theory.
a.) Some humans were genetically altered to be slaves to Enki and/or Enlil.
b.) The Anunnaki got frisky with some sexy Earth ladies. Plaaaaaayuuuuuh!!!

Okay, so there are tons of articles that can be googled to read more about these theories, so that pretty much saves me from having to link you to literally hundreds of other websites. So, on to the second theory.

Could the few Native Americans with Rh Negative blood be related to ancient Atlanteans? God, I hope so. I would LOVE to be Aquaman, even though Jason Momoa looks like he's got that pretty covered.

The first link I provided in this article covers pretty much everything that Edgar Cayce found during his research into this subject. He even goes as far as to listing both Native American and Atlantean migrations times to connect a few dots. Could he be pulling rabbits out of his 4$$? Quite possibly. I'm not here to provide answers. I'm here to pose questions because I too have no F-ing clue.

All in all, I'd really like to know what you guys think. And if someone else has other theories, please post them so I can check them out. If you have any information but want to contact me personally, then by all means do so. If you haven't heard about these theories than I hope I've sparked your curiosity. If you have already, then I hope I don't look like an idiot. This is my first post after all, so I still have a lot to learn. Anyways, Sev has officially left the building.


P.S. If you are also a Native American with Rh Negative blood, hit me up. We may be a dying breed. Now, I'm not saying I'm DTF. Unless you're sexy young lady.
I'm 22 by the way. *cough cough*. I'm only playing. Hit me up though. I'd like to know what you know. I have other info that was passed down to me by my grandfather and maybe one of your ancestors did the same thing with you.

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 08:07 AM
a reply to: sevrimitsu

Hm, quite interesting indeed! I got Algonquian blood. Does it count?

Welcome here BTW

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 08:09 AM
a reply to: swanne

Dude, it's very possible. Do you by any chance know what your blood type is?

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 08:11 AM
a reply to: sevrimitsu


posted on May, 8 2015 @ 08:19 AM
a reply to: swanne

No worries man. I've been trying to contact local council leaders around Oklahoma to get a few questions in, but no one wants to talk to me. I don't know if other states have them, but in Oklahoma we have TONS of Native Council lodges. I'm even thinking about going to some big Freemason place in Muskogee (which is basically Cherokee central around here) and asking them just for the heck of it. I believe it's called M.W. Prince Hall Grand Lodge. Sounds kinda ominous. Hope I don't get sacrificed or turned into a lizard person. Ha.

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 08:28 AM
Interesting article. It opens up other possibilities, which I like. Somehow people got here in many different migrations and they didn't all go across an ice bridge to get here. I wish they would find Atlantis already so they could find some of the ancient ships that traveled between continents and give evidence to show the present accepted theory is a myth.

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 08:33 AM
a reply to: rickymouse

Me too man. I really wanna know secrets behind their "advanced technology". And I'm curious as to things like their way of life and beliefs. I've read The Emerald Tablets of Thoth like three times already but I can't make a single bit of sense out of it.

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 08:51 AM
there's an mp3 available here might have a few more leads..

watch out for red elk & the C2C crowd

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 09:11 AM
a reply to: UNIT76

Thanks for the link man. Also, what's red elk and C2C?

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 09:20 AM
a reply to: sevrimitsu

You might want to contact Eastern Band Cherokee in North Carolina. Cherokee have been in Oklahoma only since relocation in 1820s and 30s. The eastern band resides on a small portion of original Cherokee lands.

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 09:22 AM
a reply to: jefwane

See, I knew trying to post stuff on ATS was a good idea. Thanks man. You guys are awesome.

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 09:24 AM
a reply to: sevrimitsu

As a confessed UFO abductee, I have type "O" blood and carry several of the characteristics (below) applied to that group. My father more than once told my brother and I that there was Indian blood in our linage, but our known genealogy only goes back to the mid-1880s.

¨ Extra vertebra.
¨ Higher than average IQ
¨ More sensitive vision and other senses.
¨ Lower body temperature
¨ Higher blood pressure
¨ Increased occurrence of psychic/intuitive abilities
¨ Predominantly blue, green, or Hazel eyes
¨ Red or reddish hair
¨ Has increased sensitivity to heat and sunlight
¨ Cannot be cloned
¨ Alien Abduction and other unexplained phenomenon
(Obviously, this is an informal listing.)

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 09:32 AM
Interesting, but no surprise. I am 1/4 Cherokee, have O- blood, and never see a doctor. My view is that over time the dilution factor has to offset some attributes. I am really not special in any way, but constantly ponder life in the stars. You cannot take the sky from me.....will keep looking at this...thanks...

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 09:46 AM
a reply to: sevrimitsu

Great thread.

You don't surprise me in the least by the link to Northern Spain and Southern France. The Basque culture living there seem to be very different from the other peoples in Spain and France even down to their language. With that area
being on the coast it seems to me that in the distant past a land mass existed between Europe and America and was used as a stopping/ trading land for two way traffic. Although its been 'academic' to deny this, we know that close to the Azores huge under water river banks have been found, so the land there was obviously considerably higher in the past. It also existed on an area that formed a T junction for seismic plates which is demonstrated by the drop in depth under the trans atlantic cables.

I shall watch this with great interest.

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 10:40 AM
I am Cherokee on my mother side, and I am RH negative.
Did a lot of research on subject just out of curiosity always found it fascinating, connect the Atlantis theory also.

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 11:12 AM
a reply to: sevrimitsu

I am part Cherokee and have 0- blood. There is an old thread here I started it years ago asking the same questions as you, and many of the members here deposited some good information that may be of help to you.

A story has been handed down to me about my lineage. My ancestors from Europe who came to America in the late 1600's came specifically to breed with Native Americans in the belief that they would inject all those magical, mystical traits into their bloodlines. A hard story to confirm, but one that I am inclined to believe.

I have always thought that the bible thumping Spaniards and other Europeans were here to wipe away all the magic of the indigenous people. Whether or not the belief systems and knowledge of the Native Americans was a threat to the conquerors that came, in the end the one thing that was killed off, or forced into hiding was all that magical tradition.

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 11:49 AM
Most of my family is from French origins but I also have native American blood from 2 generations ago.
I'm O negative too...

Interesting thread, I too like the idea of being an alien descendant heh
edit on 8-5-2015 by theMediator because: (no reason given)

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 01:01 PM
a reply to: sevrimitsu

Awesome thread. My mom's part Cherokee and is Rh negative, but I'm O positive. Not sure which side she gets it from, but assuming that Rh negativity is but one allele from a foreign genome, then it would only be a piece of the picture.

Look into the Native American legends about the giants with two rows of teeth. That might be a good lead. Also, I'm a believer in the Nephilim theory descending from the biblical line of Ham through his sons Canaan, Cush, Mizraim, and Phut. So it might also help to look for blood lines tying to the African tribes, and possibly the Phoenicians. The Phoenicians were sea travelers, so that might explain how giants traveled from the Middle East to the Americas.

Also, I do often experience sleep paralysis and OOBEs, but Im not Rh negative, so there must be more genes associated with Rh negativity.

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 02:01 PM
Well I'm part Nanticoke of the Delaware Tribes and O neg....also an attractive (but no longer young) lady!

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 02:06 PM

My husband and I are both Rh-. In my case, it's likely the standard strain that comes from English and Dutch ancestry.

However, my husband is more of a mystery. He's adopted and A-. A is a reasonably common blood type for Native American ancestry, and we know from adoption papers that he has a full-blooded biological grandmother, but we don't know her tribe. He also has some French and Spanish ancestry which might indicate the Rh- comes from Basque blood where it is relatively common.

But, of course, we have no way of knowing for sure without a DNA test, but if there is a NA population that has Rh-, then that might help explain him.

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