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Mystery of the Rh Negative Blood

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posted on Jan, 8 2016 @ 07:45 PM
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Just curious I have Rh negative O blood do you have any more info on this




posted on Jan, 13 2016 @ 11:04 PM
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a reply to: sevrimitsu

Hey i am andy, i was adopted at age 2 but i was told in later years that i was the biological daughter of an african american mother and native american father ( cherokee) i have rh negative blood, i also have a very rare condition called addisons disease, and my aorta valve travels behind my heart and is cork screw shape. I dont know what all this means but i have always felt differnt than others.



posted on Feb, 25 2016 @ 07:54 PM
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I am German, English, French Canadian, Indian, and Italian. From what I've read I am either blessed or screwed! I'm A rh neg



posted on May, 10 2016 @ 03:30 AM
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a reply to: sevrimitsu

Hello. I am Candice Kostka . I am Choctaw and O Negative blood type. Birthday 4/11/1987, and let's just say....I know some #....
edit on 10-5-2016 by NtiveAmericnMntlPtnt because: Addition



posted on May, 10 2016 @ 07:44 AM
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Do all of you know that the evil elite get daemons to enter RH- people during their Blue-Blood ceremonies ?

Secondly, the only way a fallen angel can possess a mortal body is by tainting the original human blood that God created. This allowed the fallen watchers to impregnate human women with fallen angel DNA and thus created the giants.

So if you get a knock at your door from the MIB, or your phone clicks or your computer starts doing a lot of disk activity as they scan you; don't be surprised because they have your IP addresses now.



posted on May, 11 2016 @ 02:35 PM
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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*.


Too old for you and married. Just kidding.

I'm rather mixed, but my maternal grandfather was 100 % Native American. No one on that side of my family can tell me which tribe as he ran off before they were old enough to care/ask and he is dead now, as is my maternal grandmother. They just call him "That damn old Indian." I've searched for him and can't find anything. Maybe I don't know how to search that out....

I have O- blood.


My husband's great grandfather was 100% Susquehanna. He is also O-. Therefore, all of our children must be too.



posted on May, 18 2016 @ 01:21 PM
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Hi, I'm Brittany I'm O- and predominantly Native American. Almost entirely from my moms side and a bit from my father. I'm Shawnee I don't know much about really any of this I'm just trying to understand my roots. If you can give me any more information on any of this that would be great. Via email 12sonnie12@gmail.com or by kik TheSonnie any information will do❤
edit on 18-5-2016 by TheSonnie because: Spelt my tribe wrong



posted on Jun, 1 2016 @ 03:39 PM
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My husband and I are both RH O- and both have Cherokee heritage. [mixed]



posted on Jun, 4 2016 @ 01:40 PM
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1/8 Cherokee but I am O+. Growing up it was taught that O+ was a universal donor but now it seems (Mandela Effect for some of us) that O- is now the Universal donor and us O's have the most popular blood type.



posted on Aug, 1 2016 @ 10:20 AM
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Are there any scientists or doctors working on how o negatives are different and if so where and can they be contacted ? Thanks



posted on Aug, 18 2016 @ 05:43 PM
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posted on Apr, 30 2017 @ 10:33 PM
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originally posted by: Br8kngBad
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:
en.wikipedia.org...

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."

library.villanova.edu...


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".

walesonline.co.uk...


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.




This is my theory also...they were here before Columbus. The Lost colony DNA group didn't match for "Croaton" people. Rh negative blood 0- is in the present day tuscarora,coharie, Lumber and Pee Dee and Waccamaw Indian people in N.C and S.C. I have cherokee ,chickisaw,Coharie,Waccamaw,Tuscarora and Nansemond blood from my fathers side of the family and my mothers side were some of the first English,scotch Irish and German settlers in the area surrounding Pee Dee , Waccamaw and Black River in S.C....I did my family tree ....I have documented nine generations .We must be kin...where were you born?



posted on Apr, 30 2017 @ 10:33 PM
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originally posted by: Br8kngBad
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:
en.wikipedia.org...

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."

library.villanova.edu...


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".

walesonline.co.uk...


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.




This is my theory also...they were here before Columbus. The Lost colony DNA group didn't match for "Croaton" people. Rh negative blood 0- is in the present day tuscarora,coharie, Lumber and Pee Dee and Waccamaw Indian people in N.C and S.C. I have cherokee ,chickisaw,Coharie,Waccamaw,Tuscarora and Nansemond blood from my fathers side of the family and my mothers side were some of the first English,scotch Irish and German settlers in the area surrounding Pee Dee , Waccamaw and Black River in S.C....I did my family tree ....I have documented nine generations .We must be kin...where were you born?



posted on May, 10 2017 @ 12:08 AM
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I am RH negative and my family has native history but I didn't think it was enough to count.



posted on May, 10 2017 @ 10:23 AM
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If my former wife was descended from Higher beings they were as Primitive as Neanderthal and as dumb as rocks .
Ps being RH + i had no problem getting her preggers so genetically we are darn close lol .
No RH - was no different then Blue eyed Blond people some ware in our history someone had a Mutation that was passed down now there are millions of people with it .
Heck My red albern Hair is one of thous Mutations .Sure doesn't make me a alien lol.
Look up Ressive genes .
Personally I would love to find out there is Intelligent lift on a planet any ware But it sure isnt on this one .
We piss and crap in the same water we drink so just how smart can we possibly be ?



posted on May, 10 2017 @ 10:54 AM
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a reply to: sevrimitsu

Wow never knew - My great grandmother was full Cherokee and I'm "O" I also have the small toe next to the big one.



posted on May, 10 2017 @ 12:22 PM
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I would imagine that back in the time of the ice age, the people who walked across the glacial ice covering the Atlantic ocean came from France to Virginia with their five point Clovis arrow heads. They brought the negative antigen with them. From there the antigen spread genetically through time in the American Indian population for the last few/ several thousand years. It's a mutation like blue eyes, most likely.




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