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Mystery of the Rh Negative Blood

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posted on May, 8 2015 @ 02:16 PM
a reply to: sevrimitsu

In researching the origins of my last name, I stumbled on the story of Madoc, Prince of Wales who some say discovered America 300 years before Columbus and that the people he brought with him from Wales interbred with the Native Americans. Hence the "Welsh Indians" noted in the Wikipedia page about Madoc:

The Welsh of his time are said to be related to the ancient Basques, who have the highest concentration of o negative blood in the world and also the highest incidence of rh negative blood.

"Basques have the highest concentration of type O in the world-more than 50 percent of the population-with an even higher percentage in remote areas where the language is best preserved, such as Soule." "Basques were found to have the highest incidence of Rh negative blood of any people in the world, significantly higher than the rest of Europe, even significantly higher than neighboring regions of France and Spain."

n 2001, scientists at the University of London, led by Professor David Goldstein, discovered that Welsh and Irish Celts were the "genetic blood-brothers of Basques".

Thought this might help you in your research! I don't remember reading anything specifically about the blood type of the "Welsh Indians" but it's plausible that if the story of Madoc is actually true, he could have passed the o negative blood type from his region/ancestors on to the Indians in North America.

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 04:33 PM
Always find this information interesting as I am O- as well. The crazy thing about my history is the military had told me I was A+. I never questioned it and didn't even know until I went through all the surgery I had and my blood type was in the records. Being I had 23 major surgeries, I had the chance to verify it with one of the surgeons. Why the Army had me set up to receive A+ blood has always bothered me since. Was it a mistake? If so, things would have been bad had I needed blood. I wonder if they tried to keep the O- hidden for some reason, or if I could take A+ blood or if it would change my RH factor if they did, I don't know. But, I have a lot of the traits associated with O- blood down to low temperature, hazel eyes, and extremely strong telepath/psychic abilities when I was a kid. I always wanted to learn more. I too have some Native American and Spanish ancestory. but haven't researched it much yet.

I will be reading up on some of the link and information posted here, thanks!

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 06:04 PM
My nan has this blood type and also has webbed fingers and toes.Not sure if there is some connection between the two though.Is there a history of people with this blood type having any physical abnormalities?


posted on May, 8 2015 @ 06:29 PM
I'm afraid I have nothing to further your quest for knowledge on the rare blood types. I mainly just wanted to say I enjoyed reading your opening post. Specifically the parts where you injected your own "type" of humor. Welcome aboard! I hope you will stick around.

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 08:21 PM
a reply to: sevrimitsu

I am part Beothuk and have AB+ blood, pretty rare stuff ;-) My wife is RH negative and she's definitely an alien! With just a word she can mutate into the most vile vitriol filled beast imaginable, so she's got super powers LOL.

Cheers - Dave

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 08:34 PM
a reply to: sevrimitsu

Hello, and congrats on the first thread.

Interesting topic Rh negative blood. I am quite curious myself, being one that shares it. A, in my case, but negative. My ancestors are mostly from Scotland and Germany, with some Irish and whatnot tossed in, but no Spanish or French that we know of. A little American Indian, though, but most likely Creek. Some said Cherokee, but the great-grandmother I knew did NOT look Cherokee.

There are so many theories out there, and very little to really support any of them, sadly. Half of them want to bring in mythological elements, which doesn't help the research at all. Not that I discount all mythology or anything, but no study with that included is going to get a lot of support.

In my case, you can add in a rare eye color as well, with them being green. I wonder sometimes if the traits are related.

posted on May, 8 2015 @ 08:39 PM

originally posted by: Aliensun
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.)

Interesting list.....

For myself -

¨ Extra vertebra. - no idea - never had them counted
¨ Higher than average IQ - Check
¨ More sensitive vision and other senses. - crappy vision, but great night vision
¨ Lower body temperature - Check
¨ Higher blood pressure - Check
¨ Increased occurrence of psychic/intuitive abilities - Check
¨ Predominantly blue, green, or Hazel eyes - Check
¨ Red or reddish hair - blonde, but can have hints at times of red; it's darker, golden blonde type
¨ Has increased sensitivity to heat and sunlight - Check
¨ Cannot be cloned - How would you know?
¨ Alien Abduction and other unexplained phenomenon - no abductions, but some interesting, non-alien stories I could share

posted on May, 9 2015 @ 08:55 AM
Genetic ancestry can be traced through a variety of sources. You can look at specifc genes or groups of genes, or satellite DNA sequences, to determine direct familial ties (parents, grandparents, siblings and other close relatives). These tests can also tell you where your kin can be found. For example, there is a group of close relations of mine in Peru. This doesn't mean that I'm Peruvian or Native or Spanish, it just means that a bunch of people with similar genotypes live in Peru.

You can do similar extrapolation with blood types, but you have to remember that the ABO and Rh blood groups are only two out of over 30 groups. There is a lot of variety in the markers on your blood cells. Decent studies on this have been performed, but no strong links have been made yet.

Personally, I find the mitochondrial DNA and Y-haplogroup testing the most interesting. Mitichondrial are inherited from your Mom and since they have their own DNA, you can trace your maternal lineage back to the beginning. In men, the Y-chromosome is inherited from your Dad, and can also be traced back into antiquity. Bryan Sykes does testing for both and has done most of the reseaech to track down the world's lineages. I trust him and his service because he's a basic scientist and a nice guy.

The service isn't cheap and if your're a guy you need to do both tests, but the data can be quite revealing when it comes to your ancestry.

posted on May, 9 2015 @ 02:33 PM
a reply to: sevrimitsu

You're wrong OP...

Here's the known distribution of O negative types accordingly with demographics:

So most of the minority of people with that type are either Caucasian, African or "Hispanics".

What are Caucasians really? Beyond the false notion that they are "White Europeans", it's the people who originally came from the Caspian sea region (i.e. the "stans", Georgia and Armenia). Proof... go travel in this region and you'll see a lot of European-looking AND Native American-looking people, some with fair complexion and hair, some others with large brown-reddish faces and a tough, small build.

So it still doesn't negate the validity of the Bering Strait Crossing theory. If Caucasians migrated to as far as Britain and Norway, this means they could have went to other way around, along with more "asian" tribes.

One remaining problem with the "European Native Americans" is that people back then needed to have some damn good boats and navigation skills/equipment, something that the precolonial Natives didn't had much. They did have some impressive canoes on the West Coast (still are making these today out of pure carved trees), yet they also required the skills and the food reserves to go on such a dangerous and long trip across the Atlantic. It's really much more plausible that the Chinese crossed the muhc-easier Pacific than the early Europeans crossed the Atlantic.

The VIkings were awesome seamen, with powerful drakkars that allowed them for overseas exploration. No comparable boats were found to have been crafted in precolumbian America.

posted on May, 9 2015 @ 02:42 PM
a reply to: Br8kngBad

It's an interesting legend, and the traditional Celts also had a very similar culture to North American natives. There's also that story about a very white-skinned people (with pitch black or red hair) who have lived on Newfoundland yet have disappeared before the Euro settlers came. Were they killed by the Viking? Where they Celts or Vikings?

But the Celts also often get to make tall tales about their past... like those people linking them to the Ancient Egyptians. There's a critical distance to be kept from it.

posted on May, 10 2015 @ 10:05 PM

originally posted by: sevrimitsu
Hello, you can call me Sev.

"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."

I thought the atlanteons were the Germanic's ancestors and that's why Hitler wanted to recreate the aryans, which he thought were the atlanteons a long time ago?

Ah, whatever, I like the theory of the flying Nazi alien guys he may have been looking for in Antarctica anyway.

Good post, keep us updated on what you find!

Kind of makes me want to check out the natives on my side of the ditch. Although it seems like literally NOTHING is ever up in Canada. Besides unemployment rates.

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posted on May, 10 2015 @ 10:39 PM
I know nothing about blood types but I do know a little about Cherokee Mythology. They actually have a reverse of the universal flood myth but instead believe the land came up out of the water (thanks to a water beetle). Could be an Atlantean tie? Also, early Cherokee were mound builders though unrelated to the Mississippian mound builders. Even among Native American tribes the Cherokee are a bit odd, their language and customs are rather unique and tend to set them apart.

posted on Jul, 21 2015 @ 12:41 PM
Hi, I'm a swedish Viking, an pagan. Rh negative..
Very interesting post.

a reply to: sevrimitsu

posted on Jul, 25 2015 @ 06:02 AM
I am RH Negative

posted on Jul, 25 2015 @ 06:03 AM
a reply to: Ruelisa198


posted on Jul, 29 2015 @ 07:39 PM
There are some interesting theories for rh negative. I stumbled across this page after learning I was rh negative and was curious as to what it meant. I have French dna but we didn't come from southern France. The exact opposite. My Father claims we have Sioux in our blood but I have found no evidence in my research. It's not like I could prove it if we did. These so called characteristics i found interesting because I exhibit the majority of these characteristics all but the dominate eye colors, i don't know if I can be clones or if I have extra vertebra. Just thought I would share.

posted on Aug, 2 2015 @ 05:43 PM
I am doing research on Rh negative blood and possible connections to other planetary life. I would like to interview various experts who have done research or who have theories about Rh Negative blood. I am looking for experts or knowledgeable people from around the world. If any one has any names or contact information that they could pass my way I would appreciate it. Thanks.

posted on Aug, 13 2015 @ 11:36 PM
Hello fellow NEGs! I am O-. I am female. Aquarius. I took an Ethnic DNA test through about 3 years ago. At first, the test came back that I was 62% Scandinavian, 18% South European, 12% Norweigen, and 8% UNDETERMINED. That freaked me out a little after I started researching the RH Negativity Theory. However, they claim to have upgraded their testing to more accurate levels and my results changed to 74% Great Britain, 11% West European, 9% Iberian Peninsula, and 5% East European,

posted on Nov, 22 2015 @ 06:48 PM
a reply to: sevrimitsu
Cherokee: Aniwaya B- blood type supposedly rarest in the north american tribes.
probably some other tribes as well as well as european. I have epicanthic folds as well. Think b is higher among asiatic and the negative allele higher among the northern tribes like ojibwe, eskimo, inuit could be wrong though.

posted on Nov, 25 2015 @ 12:37 AM
I don't have much to contribute other than to say if you are willing to take a leap of faith and check out some channeled info, you may find it fruitful.

"10.15 Questioner: [I] was wondering about the advent of the civilization called Atlantis and Lemuria, the way these civilizations occurred, and where did they come from [inaudible] civilizations?

Ra: I am Ra. This is the last question of this work. The civilizations of Atlantis and Lemuria were not one but two. Let us look first at the Mu entities.

They were beings of a somewhat primitive nature, but those who had very advanced spiritual distortions. The civilization was part of this cycle, experienced early within the cycle at a time of approximately five three oh oh oh, fifty-three thousand [53,000] of your years ago. It was an helpful and harmless place which was washed beneath the ocean during a readjustment of your sphere’s tectonic plates through no action of their own. They set out those who survived and reached many places in what you call Russia, North America, and South America. The Indians of whom you have come to feel some sympathy in your social complex distortions are the descendants of these entities. Like the other incarnates of this cycle, they came from elsewhere. However, these particular entities were largely drawn from a second-density planet which had some difficulty, due to the age of its sun, in achieving third-density life conditions. This planet was from the galaxy Deneb.

The Atlantean race was a very conglomerate social complex which began to form approximately three one oh oh oh, thirty-one thousand [31,000] years in the past of your space/time continuum illusion. It was a slow growing and very agrarian society until approximately one five oh oh oh, fifteen thousand [15,000] of your years ago. It reached quickly a high technological understanding which caused it to be able to use intelligent infinity in a less informative manner. We may add that they used intelligent energy as well, manipulating greatly the natural influxes of the indigo or pineal ray from divine or infinite energy. Thus, they were able to create life forms. This they began to do instead of healing and perfecting their own mind/body/spirit complexes, turning their distortions towards what you may call the negative.

Approximately eleven thousand [11,000] of your years ago, the first of the, what you call, wars, caused approximately forty percent of this population to leave the density by means of disintegration of the body. The second and most devastating of the conflicts occurred approximately one oh eight two one, ten thousand eight hundred twenty-one [10,821] years in the past according to your illusion. This created an earth-changing configuration and the large part of Atlantis was no more, having been inundated. Three of the positively oriented of the Atlantean groups left this geographical locus before that devastation, placing themselves in the mountain areas of what you call Tibet, what you call Peru, and what you call Turkey.

Do you have any brief questions before we close this meeting?"
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