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Why Do Some People Believe RH Negative Blood to be "special"

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posted on Jul, 16 2016 @ 02:35 AM
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a reply to: Atsbhct

I'd get another doctor.

There are only about 101 genes on the major histocompatibility complex for primates.

RH negativity does not imply that we are not descended from a common ancestor with the Rhesus monkey. Just that we cannot be transfused with similarly typed blood from Rhesus monkeys.

We are separate species of primate. It would be expected that some of us would be incompatible. The amazing thing is that others aren't.




posted on Jul, 16 2016 @ 02:53 AM
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Rhesus negative rare? Does this mean that Galton and Simpson got it the wrong way round?

I'm sure the doctor says "You're rhesus positive...that's very rare".



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posted on Jul, 16 2016 @ 06:20 AM
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RH Negative people is part of a ancient bloodline of "gods"
gods to us because they are the ones that seeded life on earth.
There are still some monuments around the world left from the time they where here.

These "gods" or aliens was/is ( not sure if they are around anymore) was called the Nordics.
But they where just doing work for a even more powerful race called the Anunnaki
Some say the Anunnaki created the Nordics as a slave race and made them do their dirty work around the universe.
Part of the dirty work was to seed this planet with life with the DNA of the Nordics.. against the Nordics will.
When the time was right the Anunnaki would take command of the seeded planet (Earth) control it in the shadows and do all kind of tests and just play around.. anyone said lab rats ?
So the RH Negative people are just a small indicator of our slave ancestors and creators.



posted on Jul, 16 2016 @ 07:41 AM
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a reply to: Atsbhct

Did the doctor have small wire rimmed glasses, a bald head and a German accent, by chance?



posted on Jul, 16 2016 @ 07:49 AM
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originally posted by: freedom7
Hey . If you scroll through older ATS posts , and search rh negative blood you will find many have posted on this topic .
Those who've done research on this often come to conclusions to reaffirm why they've felt so different all their lives ( if they are RH negative ). Also many RH positives know the differences in the blood factor and know there are profound differences .
I wouldn't say there's anything inherently special about rh negative blood . We are all unique in our own ways . I would use the word " different " instead of special .

Most abductee victims , those who've experienced bizarre paranormal activity around them are RH negative .
Rh negative blood cannot be cloned , those who have it have distinct trademarks , like lower or higher blood pressure , lower pulse rate , a strange sensation that they don't quite fit in , many don't tolerate temperate extremes well at all , they have more sensitive immune systems , senses etc ..

You can almost say they are more predominantly reptilian brain dominated . As they are extremely technical , analytical in everything they do . They ask questions most don't , and can sense things before they happen at times .

As for the pregnancy topic . It's well known in the medical community that an RH negative mother will recognize an RH positive fetus as alien to it in the womb and literally attack it . The rhogam shot prevents this I believe . But the big question is why ?
It would appear that the rh negative blood factor is in fact either hybrid human / alien / fallen angel etc .. or completely different altogether from the rh positive factor . As in a different species .

It's all a big mystery but most agree it's a fascinating topic that hopefully warrants more research in the scientific community . Maybe we will learn more in time .


Or a different collection of blood antibodies.

As for the "distinct trademarks", I believe that's unscientific data, pertaining to those who have such "trademarks" and landed on Rh- as the cause, entirely without scientific basis.

Don't get me wrong, I subscribe to the intervention/creation theories, I just don't know if Rh- is the evidence we're looking for.



posted on Jul, 16 2016 @ 07:54 AM
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a reply to: Atsbhct

I have blue. My entire birth family has blue eyes, but I'm the only RH- in it.

My husband has brown eyes and he's A-. I have blue eyes and am O-. Our son pretty much has to be RH- too and he has hazel eyes. So I don't think RH- has anything to do with eye color.



posted on Jul, 16 2016 @ 11:57 AM
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Dr. Reptilian Conspiracy then talked for five minutes or so about some theories about RH- people and told us he wished he could set up an RH- dating site, or RH- sperm bank so that more people could "reap the benefits" of being RH- in the future. He also expressed that he hoped the baby would inherit "Mums blood".


lol...what can I say, the doc has some weird tendencies...or he knows sth we dont, who knows. Perhaps RH- won`t turn into zombies when TPTB release the serum



posted on Jul, 16 2016 @ 02:18 PM
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Yes there is something strange with the negative rhesus. Only mules (and humans) seem to have a negative rhesus but mules are hybrids.

But don't panic, if the alien theory is right your chances to have a 'good' soul should be pretty high.

I made a site and some translation that still needs to be corrected because I don't speak your language ... but I do the best I can.

One of these days I will make the translation more understandable.

Iet me begin with one sentence (because now that sentence is not clear at all). ( I really made a lot of unclear phrases :-) )

So after 'let's say' you should read the sentence as follows (assumed that you read the text, because I understand that a lot of people consider it nonsense ... no offense ... of course not)

RR = two genes negative = RH-

Rr (or rR) = one gene positive = RH+

rr = two genes positive = RH+

www.evawaseerst.be...


edit on 16-7-2016 by zandra because: a few forgotten words



posted on Jul, 16 2016 @ 02:18 PM
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a reply to: awareness10

Most mother's are chimeras. That means she's still probably rh neg but the babies blood crossed over. I read on it (because I'm rh neg ) and my non medical description goes like this. The mother's body sees the younger blood and goes, that works better let's keep it around.

Edit to add : there's also a medical theory that woman that are rh neg having babies that are rh pos are causing them to have autoimmune diseases. It's very interesting but it's a study still in its infantcy.
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posted on Jul, 16 2016 @ 02:26 PM
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So, the people with the rh+ are related to the rhesus monkey. The ones with rh- aren't monkeys, they are just jerks.


Just kidding about the monkeys.



posted on Jul, 16 2016 @ 03:55 PM
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a reply to: Atsbhct

Nothing special at all about RH negative: Pigs, dogs, cats, apes and pandas can also be RH-.
And your doctor has issues!

Congratulations on the new arrival!



posted on Jul, 16 2016 @ 04:53 PM
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originally posted by: freedom7
Hey . If you scroll through older ATS posts , and search rh negative blood you will find many have posted on this topic .
Those who've done research on this often come to conclusions to reaffirm why they've felt so different all their lives ( if they are RH negative ). Also many RH positives know the differences in the blood factor and know there are profound differences .
I wouldn't say there's anything inherently special about rh negative blood . We are all unique in our own ways . I would use the word " different " instead of special .

Most abductee victims , those who've experienced bizarre paranormal activity around them are RH negative .
Rh negative blood cannot be cloned , those who have it have distinct trademarks , like lower or higher blood pressure , lower pulse rate , a strange sensation that they don't quite fit in , many don't tolerate temperate extremes well at all , they have more sensitive immune systems , senses etc ..

You can almost say they are more predominantly reptilian brain dominated . As they are extremely technical , analytical in everything they do . They ask questions most don't , and can sense things before they happen at times .

As for the pregnancy topic . It's well known in the medical community that an RH negative mother will recognize an RH positive fetus as alien to it in the womb and literally attack it . The rhogam shot prevents this I believe . But the big question is why ?
It would appear that the rh negative blood factor is in fact either hybrid human / alien / fallen angel etc .. or completely different altogether from the rh positive factor . As in a different species .

It's all a big mystery but most agree it's a fascinating topic that hopefully warrants more research in the scientific community . Maybe we will learn more in time .


Yes.... it is quite scary really. A real mind blower if you think too much about it....which I have....I am AB- and tick all the boxes apart from being technically minded. It is a mystery for sure.



posted on Jul, 16 2016 @ 08:39 PM
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a reply to: Iamthatbish

Thankyou for that, i find this subject to be of great interest.

I am rh positive and never get sick,ever.

I also know a few people here have mentioned eye colour. I have very green eyes, but my parents had blue and grey eyes, no one in my family has brown except the second generation after that. It's all very interesting though.
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posted on Jul, 17 2016 @ 08:14 AM
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a reply to: Agartha

True there are some other animals that can have blood issues at birth, due to a specific antigen but I think this is not the same as with humans, and I am not the only one who thinks this way ... The guy who wrote this blog does seem to have a very sceptic mind and I agree with him. Although you made a good point, I still think there is something special with the human negative rhesus.

rhnegativebloodsecrets.blogspot.be...


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posted on Jul, 17 2016 @ 12:09 PM
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a reply to: chr0naut

Just because I am interested in the topic.

If you speak about Rh negativ it means you don't have a D antigen on your red blood cells. This is something you don't find as far as I know -please correct me if I'm wrong- in the animal world.

This does not mean that animals don't have antigens ont their red blood cells. They have different blood groups too.

But I agree it is very complicated.



posted on Jul, 17 2016 @ 10:07 PM
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originally posted by: zandra
a reply to: chr0naut

Just because I am interested in the topic.

If you speak about Rh negativ it means you don't have a D antigen on your red blood cells. This is something you don't find as far as I know -please correct me if I'm wrong- in the animal world.

This does not mean that animals don't have antigens ont their red blood cells. They have different blood groups too.

But I agree it is very complicated.



The D antigen (coded by a single gene, RHD, on Chromosome 1 in humans) is common in primates.

Investigation of the human Rh blood group system in nonhuman primates and other species with serologic and Southern blot analysis - NCBI PubMed

Rh Gene Evolution in Primates: Study of Intron Sequences - Oxford Journals, Molecular Biology & Evolution

Blood Group Antigen Types and Prevalence - CARTA

The single gene determinant for this trait also means that damage to that one specific location at transcription (a deletion mutation that breaks the function of the gene) can result in the absence of the trait of RH incompatibility (i.e: the person would be RH+). It doesn't require a vast array of genes and a number of mutagenic events to come about. In mutation terms, it would be a simple 'one-shot' change.

RH- delivers resistance to Toxoplasmosis among other things but also leads to the possibility of hemolytic diseases. Swings & roundabouts!



posted on Jul, 17 2016 @ 10:33 PM
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The reason your 'weird' doctor was so intrigued with your Rh negative blood, is that he most likely adheres to a belief that you may truly be of a different or at least "unique' species.

Of course any talk of this socially abhorrent notion of Eugenics post WW2, has stunted much of the talk of human 'breeds' bloodlines, and so forth..you know...because of Hitler and all..


But the fact that prior to this 'Rhogam' shot being invented, it was nearly impossible for Rh negative women to bore healthy children to Rh positive males. A high % were born stillborn, or miscarried. Now with the animal kingdom we call these breeding incompatibilities 'different species'. You see a horse and a donkey can mate and produce a mule, but a mule cannot propagate it's lineage..(or something to that effect. I'm simplifying)

So there is some unique attributes to the blood of negatives that seem to suggest a different species than 85% of the population.

Doctors know this, but do not really discuss it.



posted on Jul, 18 2016 @ 12:17 AM
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My wife is RH- and is a truly unique human being. She has been called a psychic since she was a kid, and has saved our lives with her uhhh abilities more than a couple of times. She is also one of the most laid back and peaceful people I have ever encountered in my life and has a way with most everyone. She attracts people like she has a beacon shining from her head. If there is any one around who seems not quite right, they make a beeline straight for her. Strangers are constantly approaching her as if they know her and it is sort of disconcerting at times. Not saying she is "special" any more than the rest of us... but she is.
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posted on Jul, 18 2016 @ 04:08 AM
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a reply to: chr0naut

Thank you for your reaction.

A final reaction :-)

Erythroblastosis Fetalis, neonatal isoerythrolysis and a lot of other names I am unable to speak out without looking very good at the words, it’s all for specialists in my opinion. I am just a dilettante (in the positive sense of the word).
There are lots of texts written on the internet about the RH issue. And the only thing I can conclude is that those texts are very specialized with very difficult names. Admitted it’s also very complicated.
But I cannot shake off the thought that scholars make some efforts to neglect the fact that humans DO have some special trait where it concerns the absence of the D antigen on the short arm of the first chromosome.
One can say that also animals build allergic reactions (antigens) against their fetuses if there is a mismatch between the blood, but this is also something that happens in humans. The RH positive / RH negative issue on the other site is something that only happens in humans.
One can say that higher primates also have the D antigen. Though I think -but here I am maybe wrong- that only rhesus monkeys have a kind of D antigen that resembles that of humans.
But there are no (rhesus) monkeys without the D antigen.. I mean that if a species have a D antigen (an antigen that in my opinion is surely from this world, some of them should have no D antigen.
To make a long story short
O negative is a strange blood group. It does not seem to come from this planet. Although I am sure a lot of people are convinced of the contrary, we have a real belief that something is very strange.
RH negative (especially O negative) is the purest human blood. It cannot be cloned. O negative is the only universal donor. Further, O negative people seem to have special traits. They at least seem to be more empathic to me (in general). But about the more empathic trait I only speak of personal experience (by the way I am O positive).



posted on Jul, 26 2016 @ 10:28 AM
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Helpful comments. I believe they do not have resistance to Toxoplasmosis, only the effects seem to be opposites of each other. Amazingly to me, Taxaplasmosis affects psychomotor abilities and intelligence (positively or negatively). It may actually serve symbiotically!

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov...

Also, I would not be surprised if vaccines cause opposite reactions, not just regarding RH factor but blood groups/types in general. Vaccines aim to produce antibodies, and antibodies are what determines the the blood type. I wonder if there have ever been any studies done on that.




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