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Negative Blood Type (RH Factor) and Alien History

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posted on May, 3 2008 @ 09:15 AM
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This percentage I've notice jumps around to much. Can someone please tell me what the true number is, or at least somewhere close to it. I've been reading "Less than 5% of Earth's total population is Rh-Negative". Is this the actual percentile?




posted on May, 3 2008 @ 09:47 AM
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I found a very recent publication on the percentages along with a great deal of information on blood typing. www.craigmedical.com... What intriques me is the lack of research in where this mutation came from and then those traits that negatives seem to share, the health issues are a good place to start..negatives have a much lessor risk of cancer. One would think this would be of interest to researchers.

Lurking in the back of my mind is the question of what would happen during some castastrophic event and the need for blood comes along.. who gets rounded up? Universal donors?



posted on May, 3 2008 @ 10:19 AM
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Thank you Witness, I appreciate it.



posted on May, 4 2008 @ 01:12 AM
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I have RH negative blood like my mother and we both have dark eyes and hair. I am 50% Irish, 25% french and 25% blackfeet Indian. I also have a twin sister whose blood type is O+ different than mine; she gets that from our father. anyway my mom told me that our blood comes from fallen angels who raped the women on earth. I have also rec the anitbody shot in my leg after having my daughter.



posted on May, 4 2008 @ 01:31 AM
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I'm a twin and I have rh neg blood, but my twin has o+. My mother says that our doctor said it was very unsual.



posted on May, 4 2008 @ 12:55 PM
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I still think, without any more evidence or facts, for now we do not know much about blood types that really make any of us special or different, powers?

In my opinion it is normal just like everything else in humans, some have brown eyes, some have blue, some have freckles some dont, why stop there? some have different blood, so what? I would definetly be interested more in this if there was more evidence or facts, but for now all I see it as is the natural way of making us all unique.


Look, only 1-2% of humans has red hair, LESS! than your negative blood types. Does that really mean anything? except being different and unique? Do red hair people have powers? Are they aliens!?
en.wikipedia.org...





[edit on 4-5-2008 by _Phoenix_]



posted on May, 5 2008 @ 05:14 PM
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Just to chime in on this topic... I also have a AB- blood type which exists in only 0.7% of the population, yet it seems uncanny there are so many people who have posted on this thread that they have the same type.

For a while it was troubling to me that I, paradoxically, have one parent with AB and another with O-. If you look up the information, to refresh your memory of biology class, on how blood types can be inherited (not donated mind you, but inherited), you will find that an O parent should not be able to have an AB child (only an A,B, or O child). It's not a recessive trait, like blue eyes, A & B are co-dominant. Well, I finally investigated online and found that there is an extremely rare genetic condition (0.012% of the world population) in which the child receives both the A and B alleles from the same parent, ignoring the O blood type from the other parent completely. My blood type is technically CIS-AB-. That's weird. You can google on "cis-AB" or look at this link: bja.oxfordjournals.org...

So I got my full blood type from my mom only... it's not bull - look it up!
There are many people in my mom's family who are either AB or AB-. So as far as being rare, in my family, not so much. But this unusual circumstance of retaining my type despite the introduction of an O- into the gene mix is really freaky. (As a side note, the shoud of turin had AB blood on it - and J.C. supposedly got all his human genes from his mom too. Too weird for words.)

About me: Brownish blond hair (almost white until around 13 then it changed on a dime), deep blue eyes with a dark ring around the cornia. They shift to hazel or green on the right day. High sensitivity to light. I carry 5 pairs of sunglasses in the car just in case one breaks. (I love the dollar store! LOL)

I have had lifelong abduction experiences and many daytime sightings (until my kids arived... but there is plenty to talk about with the strange circumstances behind them as well and I'll leave that for another thread.) I am a mix of English/Scot/Austrian (the O- contributor) and Welsh/English/Euro Mutt (for the AB / AB- influenced side of the family). I am a Neo-Witch with many highly paranormal sensitivities. I also have a 158 IQ and masters of science in electrical engineering.

This discovery of the CIS-AB- blood type type just happened today and I'm still in shock about it. I thought.... I wonder how many people in the world that amounts to?

My ball park calculation went as follows:
6 x 10^9 people in the world
0.012% for the CIS-AB blood type
and reducing it by the average number of people with RH- (20%)
I got: 6 million x 0.00012 x 0.20 = 144,000 people
... and this is the point I fell off my chair!!! If I need to explain why, you don't need to know. It was just accidental luck of the numbers I picked - but holy cow is that weird! I went back and reread revelation - it said I needed to be a virgin for heaven.... but I'm not even a Christian so I don't know why I was even curious!! lol

Well, quickly I went online to find out an exact number for population which is actually 6.8 billion and growing. And RH- is dependent of race and I have seen quoted from 15% - 20% over the world... highest being people from my ethnic background.

I am now looking to see who I can have test me for some specific genetic traits related to the weird blood type. I'm very interested in what this could mean, both from the standpoint of the bizzare rarity and also I read in a few places I may have problems getting a transfusion if I needed one (universal receiver or not!).

Thanks for your time,
Jon


[edit on 5-5-2008 by JonInMichigan]



posted on May, 6 2008 @ 09:11 AM
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Interesting post. Thanks for the information. My sister is AB- in a family of O-. My mother passed to her tha AB however the rest of us inherited my fathers O-.

The traits of negatives are what put me to work on this subject and when I opened this thread I was amazed at the averages I was picking up.

Your math however was the most interesting. I believe that the contents of the bible were handed down to us all from the most ancient history and the 144,000 that would reighn in heaven I believe to be from ancient Sumer..the home of fallen angles that took on human wives. I'll be doing a bit of research on the subject and post in the future.

I understand the sunglasses and I too can have not too many pairs, I have been known to wear them in the house, I have an extreme case of light sensative eyes.



posted on May, 8 2008 @ 08:57 PM
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Hi there, I recently started searching my blood type A rh negative due to losing my second child 13weeks into the pregnancy. Before I even became aware how rare rh negatives are and unaware how uncompatible it is to positive blood and second births, I knew I was having a miscarriage before it happened.
I went in, told the doc that I may be miscarrying and sure enough I started spotting. I do not wish this on my worst enemy(if I had one).
So, now only a week into researching this, I have discovered so much to read on the topic.
I myself have two rh negative parents. My father being universal...lucky for me, if I ever need it. If physical traits do come into play or seem to be common, I have hazel eyes that seem to change color. I am cold even if it is 80 outside. I would like to call myself intelligent but not sure of the i.q. number. Blonde hair and tall. My family originates from Germany and Italy mainly. I used to have psychic abilities but pleaded with a "higher being" to take that away.
I used to have a ghost in my house. She was more interested in us(my husband and I), then anything. Others as well, have heard things but never seen her. She would call my name when I was sleeping and my husband would hear her. Apparently, he woke up to me sitting straight up in bed, talking to her. He said he heard me say, "We can't do that yet, I haven't told him." He asked me who I was speaking with and I fell back and was in deep sleep. Kind of eerie. Glad I didn't have to experience that.

I have never broken a bone in my body, all the way through. As I am a skeptic to religion(I was raised strict southern baptist), I believe there is something out there more in control then we are. I love science, but do not pity human kind...I am a avid animal lover.
I would like to know...if we are all negative, then are we related in some way? It should be easy to find out if it is 15 percent of the entire population.
Thanks for reading!! This is such a cool thread!Glad to be a part of it.



posted on May, 8 2008 @ 09:30 PM
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Welcome to ATS. Sorry to hear about your loss. It has happened to many of us. My daughters will not get serious with anyone unless they are RH negative, one of my daughters miscarried as did I.

I am fasinated by the traits we all share and wish I could find more published research into the subject.



posted on May, 8 2008 @ 10:05 PM
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Hi
Great thread... here a link about blood the-red-thread.net...
Prince Charles is rh O neg.



posted on May, 9 2008 @ 05:58 AM
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The site that teraform listed above states, "**NOTE: Recent Blood research indicates that where, at one time, a person with type O negative Blood was considered to be a 'universal donor,' this may no longer be correct, because of a better understanding of the complex issues of immune reactions related to incompatible donor Blood cells."

Has anyone else heard this to be true?




[edit on 9-5-2008 by Ekstasis]



posted on May, 9 2008 @ 08:47 AM
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I found this to be interesting. But our history books are so speckled with uncertainty, how can we be sure how anything was created. I do, though, find it interesting that O negative is the "purest" of all blood. Thus, being a universal donor. Understanding that, I would consider O negative to be the first and original blood type. How it spreads to another spectrum of bloood is amazing to me. One blood created another that is completely uncompatible to itself.
Unless, maybe positive blood does come from primates. Where does that leave us negatives? Were we here first? Why does our blood carry no protein, yet a being growing inside us with positive blood, and we get some super power to kill it off. I find it amazing more people don't talk about this.
They can't even clone negative blood but positive, they have no problem,i.e.
olly the sheep.
I had the rh shot for my second pregnancy once before I was pregnant, six weeks into the pregnancy, and of course right after the miscarriage. If I get pregnant again, I have to go to a high risk doctor. Is it even worth it? To risk having a child with deformities? Or to make me go through losing another one? What is our blood trying to tell us? It is almost like we should know the answer...



posted on May, 9 2008 @ 09:06 AM
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I find your post to be intriguing. My entire life, until the age of 17 or my rebellion, I was brought up to believe in God and his son Jesus. I was christianed home-schooled, went to church three x's a week, and there was also youth group. I have probably read the bible twice over, not consescutively, but am aware of most of it.
I am not ahamed to admit that I am not religious. Revelations was amazing to try to decipher. 144,000 is an eerie number to come up with, for those are the chosen.
Read this page...very interesting.

www3.telus.net...

Alot of the articles I have been reading about rh negative blood, refer this blood to be that of the "Lost children of Isreal." Believe it or not the bible has many quotes on the importance of your bloodline and how important it is for you to protect it and know it. Thus why the Jews were told to be circumcised to show they possessed rh negative blood and were "pure."

I am sure this thread is going to bring up many interesting conclusions...



posted on May, 16 2008 @ 07:57 PM
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I also lost my second child at 13 weeks ..my one and only son is rh- but unlike me he has a very low temp around the 35 mark...when he is ill and that is not often if he hits 37 he projectiles and has a very hard time. He hates the dark , is sensitive to noise and hated school to the extent i had to take him out of school as the head teacher implied he was so bad he must be abused... ie being bad to them was sitting under the table in tears etc.

my sister and i are also rh- , Irish, my eyes change from hazel to steel grey ..though i do have photos of me as a child with dark brown eyes. It does look if we have spanish blood as i have sallow skin and dark hair, and my father looks spanish.

when i was a teen i had a tough time with the dark and still hate it.. i thought something black was following me...may have been the shrooms..

when i was at art college we shared this awful house which i hated ... i was always spooked there.. i sometimes thought i could see a dark shape cross my the kitchen glass door when sitting in the living room.. may have been the shrooms

one time i went home to my parents and when i was away the windows blew outwards from the bedroom i rented... funny thing was this room was on the landing with no draughts to it...ie other doors or windows to cause a gust..... i moved then.. that was not the shrooms

i am also sensitive to noise and hate background noise..

my grandmother whom is also rh- was a dowser..ie people would pay her to find wells on farms she would use sticks and walk around until she sensed water. at that time it was expensive to drill and she was rather sought after .



posted on May, 16 2008 @ 08:19 PM
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Originally posted by Witness2008
The negative RH factor that roughly 14 percent of the worlds population has intrigues me. Where did this supposed mutation have its beginning? Could there be some truth to the testimony of some that their blood somehow gives them traits that others do not have such as greater psychic abilities, eye color, hair color and even alien contact.

This board is full of curious people and I am sure that some of you will type in the proper search term on any search engine and will come back with much meaty converstion. It is a subject I have researched for a few months now, and it has some pretty frightening implications.


This is a most interesting thread. I came across this concept about 15-20 years ago, when a contactee/abductee mentioned that his 'captors' told him of their interest in blood types, and in particular, rhesus negative blood types. It was one of those weird titbits that stick in your mind.

Now, as many of you know, I publish a worldwide magazine on fringe stuff, so you can appreciate that I get LOTS of contact from people telling me of their weird experiences. But it is the UFO/ET/Contact/Abductee accounts I receive that are by far the most interesting. (As an aside, I would like to say that 99.99% of all these people who contact me - NEVER ever want me to publish it, or identify them. Most never report it to either authorities or UFO groups. They have NO incentive to tell me of their experiences, save some sort of peace-of-mind. They often ask if they are the only ones I have heard of 'like them'.)

After hearing them out, I usually include the following three questions to those who describe an 'abduction' experience:

1) if they have any 'missing time' periods in their life
2) what their blood type is
3) did their mothers or grandmothers have 'weird' experiences to their knowledge

Every single one that I asked, (who knew their blood typ) was RH negative.
For the record nearly all of them had 'missing time' gaps in parts of their lives, and nearly all them indicated that their weird experiences did indeed run in their families, particularly through the female bloodlines, ie mothers, grandmothers, and daughters.

peace

Duncan



posted on May, 18 2008 @ 09:00 PM
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This is interesting..I'm AB+ bloodtype, and I had no idea there was any supernatural and/or alien connotation to it until just now...I do tend to have supernatural things happen to me, on a pretty regular basis..I'm a black male, american, with some cherokee in my background.

[edit on 18-5-2008 by dragonseeker]



posted on May, 21 2008 @ 06:12 PM
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Hi,

I am A negative. I am responding to the lady whose friend was rh positive and husband rh negative and had 13 miscarriages. It makes no difference if the mom is positive and the dad negative, they can have unlimited amount of children with no blood problems. It is ONLY when the woman is rh negative and the MAN is rh Positive that there are problems. A rh positive woman does not reject the rh negative baby, she carries normally. But the rh negative woman with an rh positive baby, well her immune systems goes into the "kill" modem. It sees the baby as a big germ. And attacks it with "Moab" antibodies" the only kind that are small enough to cross over and attack the babies's red blood cells. No where else in human or animals does this occur.
Also to the Asian lady, only 0.05 per cent of asians are rh negative, it is almost unheard of, so you are really rare.
And the percentage thing. 15 per cent of the U.S. is RH negatiave. Only 5 per cent of the world. Also the Basque's are close to half rh negative with O and A types. And the Berbers 40 to 48 per cent. Africans are about 3 per cent to 5 percent they are rare. Asians less than 1/2 percent, and American Indians it is totally rare to be rh negative.
Also you have to get a gene from both parents. One parent may be recessive, like my mom. My dad is AB negatiave my mom O positive. So the doctor said mom was like O positive O negative. When I was born my dad gave me an A negative gene and my mom an O negative gene, making me A negative. A and B are dominant over O. And postive is dominant over negative. So the rh negatiave factor is recessive as is type O blood.
Hope this helps.



posted on May, 24 2008 @ 08:00 AM
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posted on May, 24 2008 @ 09:58 AM
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Adding to list;

Former U.S Presidents

Former President Eisenhower Type O-Neg
Former President John F. Kennedy Type AB-Neg
Former President Richard Nixon Type O-Neg
Former President Bill Clinton AB-Neg
Former President George W. Bush Sr. Type A-Neg

*New
U.S. Presidential candidate Senator John McCain O-Neg


[edit on 24-5-2008 by Ekstasis]



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