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Negative Blood Type (RH Factor) and Alien History

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posted on Feb, 4 2008 @ 08:53 AM
I am o neg.blood type and was my hair was red at birth. I have light green eyes, yet have olive skin.
Having been in the medical field I can tell you that o neg. blood is the only type of blood that anyone on the planet can receive because it is missing the protien that would have to be matched to a type. However o- neg blood can only receive o-neg. blood in a transfusion.

posted on Feb, 4 2008 @ 09:13 AM
I hear that ringing sound 24/7. It started about 10 years ago, but I concluded this to the fact I like loud music. Also I can hear an additional high pitched "squeel" whenever the tv is on. Those who hear this should try unplugging all eletronic appliances to see if that puts a cease to the "ringing." I feel this may cure most of your high pitched ringing especially if it gets louder or softer when you turn your head. If it does not get louder or softer when you turn your head, ask yourself if you listen or listened to loud souds frequently.

posted on Feb, 4 2008 @ 09:42 AM
I think you shall find this interesting.

Especially those with Type O Negative blood.

Evolution of Blood Types

Back in the early days of man, there were only blood type O people. This means the surface of the red blood cells had neither A nor B antigens on it. This has carried down until today, when the vast majority of people are still type O.

Around 20,000BC, a mutation occurred, and some people began to be Blood Type A. These people developed an A membrane or antigen on the surface of their blood cells. This blood type became common in central Europe as well as Scandanavia. Many feel this change occurred when farming became common in those areas.

The next change was around 10,000BC. This is when some people developed a Type B membrane on their blood cells. This change took place in Asia and Japan, and biologists are not sure what encouraged this change to take place.

It was not until around the 1500s that the A groups and B groups began to mix as travel became more and more common. This formed the AB blood type, which is most common now in northern India, even though it is still the rarest of the four main blood types. Only 5% of US residents are blood type AB.

Looks like Type O Negative is that primal blood type, so that is why you can donate this kind of blood and any other blood type can use it - but if you want to receive blood, you have to get exactly Type O Negative.

Now I have no idea about any aliens or reptilians involved.

[edit on 4/2/08 by Souljah]

posted on Feb, 4 2008 @ 09:52 AM
reply to post by Souljah

Your source spoke only on the typing and its evolution. The questions I have are concerning the RH factor and why only 14% of the worlds population lack that Rhesus monkey protien.

posted on Feb, 4 2008 @ 10:17 AM
B negative.

Born with blue eyes. When aged around 9 years of age, one eye changed and became more green than blue in appearance. Has remained that way.

Born in UK. Ancestors all from northern UK.

Had low blood pressure all my life until approx. ten years ago when prescribed one of Big Pharma's 'wonder' drugs. Within weeks of commencing that legalised-poison, my blood pressure became high .. off the charts. Has remained that way.

Heal well.

Numerous paranormal experiences, many of which I've recounted in ATS.

No 'alien' experiences that I'm aware of.

I don't know much about RH-neg. blood. Nor do I know my children's (twins) blood types. From my understanding of this thread, my children must be RH-neg too ?

posted on Feb, 4 2008 @ 10:24 AM
reply to post by Dock6

Myself and all of my children are o-, each displays one or more of the various traits. But my oldest has dark brown eys, dark hair and a deeper compexion thanb the rest, however she has the most of all the traits listed. This topic has so many variables and to be honest I think the scientic, medical community knows more than they are letting on.

posted on Feb, 4 2008 @ 11:09 AM
I did some reading. The blood on the shrowd was type AB. Back then it said I was negative, but I test posotive now. I was told the techniques back then were not as good for testing factor, and that it could have been an old solution they used in the school.

I am type AB. I remember in high school, when the science classes tested everyones blood typ, in the school I was one of three of 3300 that has AB.

I was thinking also, what if they wanted to target the worlds population by targeting a blood type. Scarey thought.


posted on Feb, 4 2008 @ 11:11 AM

Originally posted by Witness2008
reply to post by Dock6

Myself and all of my children are o-, each displays one or more of the various traits. But my oldest has dark brown eys, dark hair and a deeper compexion thanb the rest, however she has the most of all the traits listed. This topic has so many variables and to be honest I think the scientic, medical community knows more than they are letting on.


Thank you for responding, Witness.

My doctor didn't mention anything about my blood-group to me before or after the twins were born. I don't remember receiving any shots in relation to possible 'conflicting' blood types (my own versus the twins').

The only reason I'm aware of my own blood group is because the Red Cross sent me a letter advising of same after I'd donated blood. Just the usual 'thank you' letter from Red Cross, I suppose. This was several years before the twins were born. I've never known the twins' blood group/s. They're adults now. Don't imagine they'd be too enthusiastic were I to ask them to have blood tests in order to learn their blood type, lol.

But, from what I've learned from this thread, the twins must have Neg. blood types (?) ... or my body would have rejected them and they wouldn't have survived. Is that correct ? (they're my only children).

posted on Feb, 4 2008 @ 11:15 AM
reply to post by Witness2008

Hello everyone, I am of basque origin although i live in the south west of England, and I am RH negative, I find your discussion quite interesting...taking into account my history where in my early childhood i developed a serious illness that nearly destroyed spanish, anemia autoinmune hemolitica, white blood cells would destroy my own red blod cells to the point that i would become blue and had to be rushed into the hospital for hours of transfusions, at one point they tried more than 16 different bags of blood and the doctors were starting to give up, it started from the age of 3 and i was for one year, at the age of 6 hospitalised at around the age of 8 things were starting to improve and since the age of 10-11 I stopped having drugs, ever since i haven't been sick, it is coincidence that this stopped at the same time that me and 3 of my brothers had a very close encounter with a huge spaceship, or huge craft hovering above us, yes we lost time and yes many strange occurrences have happened ever since to myself and my other brothers and sister, which by the way..5 of us are dark hair brown eyes and five blonde with blue or green eyes.

I have always since i remember had precognitive abilities and lately these seem to be intesifying, i have a normal job and on the side i work as a healer, with outstanding results to my surprise, i believe i have various implants and every now and then have visits through the night, about the implants or why my physique is a bit different (the skull mainly) i usually have a laugh about it and openly joke about it with other people.

I am aware of my background but tend not to be too overtaken by it all and become ungrounded or out of touch, you can believe in it or not, whatever serves you best. To me is just part of who I am and what I am to do here, there are many more like me out there and we are here to help, that i know.

Hope it helps in your research,


posted on Feb, 4 2008 @ 11:21 AM
If you would like to know your blood type and earn $25.00 in the process and not pay a lab an extra fee for information, go give plasma or blood. They give ya cookies and orange juice afterwards and you pocket 25 bucks
Helluva deal.

I tried to get my blood type from lab records at the doctors office, they dont have it. Also when I asked if they could inform me of my blood type at the doctors office they said they cannot.

posted on Feb, 4 2008 @ 11:37 AM
since when do they pay for blood? Plasma maybe, but Ive never seen a place where u can get paid for donating blood...My mother worked in a blood donating place when I was a kid, I dont remember any incentives before...

posted on Feb, 4 2008 @ 11:47 AM
One possibility.....Look into Genesis 6, and the word Nephilim. Also read the book "The Nephilm and Return of the Watchers" by Tom Horn. for a start.

reply to post by Witness2008

posted on Feb, 4 2008 @ 12:21 PM
Sorry if this has been mentioned already, but I believe until recently O- was considered a "universal donor" blood, meaning O- blood could be given to any blood type without problems. Recently I think they have discovered some exceptions.

More info.

Blood Types

Landsteiner observed two distinct chemical molecules present on the surface of the red blood cells. He labeled one molecule "A" and the other molecule "B." If the red blood cell had only "A" molecules on it, that blood was called type A. If the red blood cell had only "B" molecules on it, that blood was called type B. If the red blood cell had a mixture of both molecules, that blood was called type AB. If the red blood cell had neither molecule, that blood was called type O.

If two different blood types are mixed together, the blood cells may begin to clump together in the blood vessels, causing a potentially fatal situation. Therefore, it is important that blood types be matched before blood transfusions take place. In an emergency, type O blood can be given because it is most likely to be accepted by all blood types.

So those with AB blood are "Universal receivers" and those with type O- blood are "Universal Donors".

This has always fascinated me but I have never considered it along side the alien genesis theory, which I believe in. I never knew that this negative RH factor is only present in humans. That would seem to help justify my belief that we are not of this planet.

[edit on 4-2-2008 by Trauma]

posted on Feb, 4 2008 @ 02:39 PM
reply to post by Souljah

Thanks for the good reference information.

In regards to the origin of blood types and the relative rarity of RH- factor among human population, I wonder if anyone can provide the information(as I cannot find any as yet) of the blood type and RH factor of our supposed original maternal progenitor, "Lucy"?

Current widely accepted anthropological paradigm attributes human mitochondrial DNA(passed down from mother to daughter) lineage to this "Eve". Perhaps anyone in this thread who is knowledgeable in this area can shed some light on this subject of what was the "original" blood type and RH factor that our supposed ancestor started out with. Is it even possible to extract this information from mitochondrial DNA, whose age is in the millions of years..

posted on Feb, 4 2008 @ 03:01 PM
reply to post by Witness2008

The really creepy part of the RH negative blood is its connecttion to royal blood, aryan blood, the clean blood talked of in several places in the bible,

If royal blood is the blood of Jesus then how can Aryan, blue eye, blond hair, blue blood be related. Jesus descended from Solomon who was by biblical accounts very black.

I thought Moses was the one with blue eyes.

Wouldn’t it be easier to judge someone by “the content of their character”?

I have seen flies (cankerworms) come out of someone who believes the flies are Jesus, but, that does not make it true.

posted on Feb, 4 2008 @ 03:30 PM
wow, I am O neg. I never really thought much about it. My Dad has very strange blood type, RH factors. I am blonde with blue eyes and 0 neg.

Maybe I am an alien?


Is quite scarey that only O neg can receive the same blood and there isn't many with O neg around? Only 14 %?

posted on Feb, 4 2008 @ 04:09 PM
I sure hope there's no correlation!
If my ex's blood type is the remnant of an advanced race, we're all in trouble! LOL...

posted on Feb, 4 2008 @ 04:38 PM
Not sure I really buy into this, but it's interesting none the less.

O neg here. Native american and Welsh predominantly. Yes, very low blood pressure (90/60). I have been very intuitive all of my life.

posted on Feb, 4 2008 @ 04:39 PM
I forgot to add..

blonde hair, brown eyes

posted on Feb, 4 2008 @ 04:45 PM
My dog has blonde hair, one blue eye and one brown eye, very intuitive and can see and smell things that I can't.

Do you think she is from a highly advanced species?

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