People With RH Negative Blood Have THIS In Common!

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Most humans have RH positive blood, meaning they carry a gene originating from the rhesus monkey. Humans are believed to have evolved from a similar ancestor.

But 10-15% of people do not carry this gene, which means there is a small amount of people on the planet who are RH negative. Such people lack not only that rhesus monkey gene but the proteins that come with it as well.

Individuals with the RH-negative blood type often have the following characteristics:

  • Higher IQ
  • Blue, green or hazel eyes
  • Reddish hair
  • Piercing eyes
  • Empathic qualities
  • Sensitivity to heat
  • Unexplained phobias
  • Highly tuned senses

So if individuals with RH negative blood didn’t evolve from the same ancestor as the rest of us, where do they come from?

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Many people believe those with RH negative blood are the result of ancient humans having mated with visitors from outer space.

RH negative blood and RH positive blood are extremely incompatible. This is most clearly shown in the relationship between a RH negative mother and a RH positive unborn child. (This happens when the mother is RH negative and the father is RH positive.) Oddly enough, mothers with RH negative blood naturally create antibodies that will attack the red blood cells of any RH positive children. This condition is known as RH incompatibility and can be prevented with RH immune globulin. RH immune globulin is produced by some people like James Harrison who has saved the lives of about 2 million babies through blood donations alone!

Although extremely rare, some babies do not survive RH incompatibility.

Humans have long suspected alien visitation.

Needless to say, said aliens were likely greeted with a bit more tenderness than this.

Ancient history is littered with drawings and writings depicting alien ships visiting planet earth. Everyone from Apollo astronauts to former defence ministers believe aliens have indeed visited our planet.

This new theory raises some pretty interesting questions regarding these ancient alien visitation beliefs. Namely, if humans mated with aliens, that could mean extraterrestrials have a more or less similar body structure and composition that would allow only subtle differences – such as hair and eye color and blood type.

Of course, there are skeptics regarding the notion that RH-negative blood comes from aliens.

Some people believe RH-negative blood is simply the result of a genetic mutation caused by an external factor such as increased exposure to UV light.

Of course, this theory raises new questions on its own. For example:

  • If RH-negative blood is a simple mutation, why do so few people on the planet have it?
  • How much increased UV exposure would be required to produce such a genetic mutation? Is it feasible that someone would receive that much exposure through day-to-day life on Earth?

What do you think? Are humans with RH-negative blood the descendants of ancient aliens? Weigh in down in the comments.

Sources:
The Tech Museum of Innovation – Collective Evolution – UniverseToday.com – WhatCulture.com – AmericanPregnancy.org – RH Negative Registry – National Geographic

Brandon

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52 comments
charlene capodice - July 24, 2016

always believe rh neg came from aliens, I am rh negative! seriously always thought so from a very young age.

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DAY8293A - July 27, 2016

If the two blood types are incompatible, the alien babies would have died… RH negative is just screwed up blood..

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    maxparrish - July 28, 2016

    The first baby is fine. It’s when the baby is born that the baby’s blood is introduced into the mother’s system and her immune systems learns to attack it.

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      DAY8293A - July 29, 2016

      Yep, which is why none would have survived… Thanks for proving my point

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        maxparrish - July 29, 2016

        All first babies will live, did you not understand that? Then subsequent children have a 50/50 chance of either + or -. Your point is null. I am a neg. with two pos. children. I have the RH blood factor. I didn’t need Rhogam until after my first child was born. It is then I needed the Rh Immunoglobulin. How much experience do you have?

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          Susan Irwin - July 29, 2016

          Exactly the same here. I’m not only O neg but also CMV neg, which is even rarer than O neg. First child is O+ so had Rhogam shot. Received another when expecting 2nd child and 3rd shot after she was born and typed as O+. However, it is my daughter that has many of the characteristics listed above LOL!

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          Sue Carrero - August 4, 2016

          Nope….not true. First babies do not always live. My first baby died at 11 weeks gestation because I didn’t know I was O-

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          maxparrish - August 4, 2016

          I’m sorry to hear that, but I was responding to a poster who said no babies would have ever been born.
          Perhaps if you followed the thread?

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          Gazzali Maidin - August 6, 2016

          Good shot

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        Simmons Janice - August 3, 2016

        I have RH- blood and I have survived and reproduced. My father had the RH- blood which was past on to me. We have never had an over exposure to UV light or anything like that.

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      Sandy8914 - August 3, 2016

      Anytime the blood of an rh+ baby mixes with the blood of an rh- mother the antibodies can form and attack the fetus. This happened to my sister during her first pregnancy and she lost the baby. It is rare but it happens.

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    Simmons Janice - August 3, 2016

    An RH- father and RH+ mother can have RH- children with no problem.

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    Leslie Laughlin - August 3, 2016

    I am RH- and my blood is not screwed up

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      Gazzali Maidin - August 6, 2016

      So are u Alien

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        Leslie Laughlin - August 6, 2016

        I like being an Alien

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dana larew - August 3, 2016

In the beginning GOD created Heaven and Earth. I am NOT a descendant of the Rhesus monkey. We have the same creator. PERIOD.

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    R B - August 4, 2016

    wow!

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      Sian nee lloyd-macken - August 4, 2016

      Haha which god is that then? As there are over 200 religions with different gods, you can’t ALL have the right one

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    lindasartori - August 4, 2016

    Who is God?

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Leslie Laughlin - August 3, 2016

I am A- so yea I am an Alien

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Kent International Marketing L - August 3, 2016

they are definitely a bunch of unique people. i live with one and know one other, they are very peculiar and special to be around and yes very very smart.

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TomR - August 4, 2016

What utter rubbish.

The name comes from the fact that rhesus monkey blood was used to test for the antigen.

Until Woolfe gets his science straight, ignore his ravings!

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Sue - August 4, 2016

Haha, RH-, don’t know if I came from alien decent but often feel like it…lol

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FrankW - August 4, 2016

You are an idiot. Please crawl in a hole and live your life there saving society from your stupidity.

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    Gazzali Maidin - August 6, 2016

    Ha ha. Exactly

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Lisa Anderson - August 4, 2016

Apparently Mr Wolfe does not realize there are an abundance of other antigens in blood other than D (which is how we type Rh -/+). From whom did Kell, Duffy, Kidd, Diego etc…..come?

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Suzanne Duchesneau - August 4, 2016

My second son, borned RHA+ , like both of us parents, because of a 27 bilirubine was transfered to Ste-Justine hospital for a complete ultra urgent blood change and receive O- there fore ….. So ……

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    Harmony Zeigler - August 5, 2016

    Anyone can receive O- blood. That’s why it’s so important that people with O- donate.

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Val van Rooyen - August 4, 2016

That explains why I am so weird! Good night all. XX

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Debbie VanNorstrand Swanson - August 4, 2016

I am B- and that is not due to aliens procreating with my ancestors. I find the fact that this was even mentioned absurd and insulting that you think we’d fall for that.

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Douglas Meyer - August 5, 2016

There is a ton of evidence that we’ve been visited, and are being visited, by beings from outer space. We might not want to admit this, but the evidence is there. We sure as hell are not the most intelligrnt beings in the universe.

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    Gazzali Maidin - August 6, 2016

    Those cave drawings are the works of imagination of the people who lived there. They pyramids and other proofs are inferred incorrectly. Those were the talents of those people. Why they didnt built skyscrappers? But its all made from mud.

    If there are Alien visits, they should have brought in their technologies. Its a crap theory.

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Debbie Kaser - August 5, 2016

I am RH-, lost the first child had the shot and the second child survived. Everything applies except the phobias. Don’t know about the alien, but, I guess it is not out of the question. The universe is a very, very big place. We, as humans, must think very highly of ourselves to believe we are the only ones out here and are alone in the universe. Let’s just hope if they do find us they are friendly!

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    Gazzali Maidin - August 6, 2016

    It is all in our mind. Vastness doesnt mean to have more species out there. We are purpose created beings. Special.

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    Izabela Anna Torbicka - October 19, 2016

    Same story here. A-

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Howard Welch - August 5, 2016

There is NO WAY an alien from some other planet, in some other solar system could have DNA similar enough to ours to create new live thru sexual congress with an earthling and bring forth new life that was fertile and viable. That is just not how things work. BAD science, all around!!! Cross breeding on just our own planet is hard enough–let alone sending down some GMO free being from outer space to create some Rh negative baby we Rh negative creature descend from!! Get Real!!!!

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    Gazzali Maidin - August 6, 2016

    Yeah this is rubbish.

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Karen Arnold - August 11, 2016

My mother was O- and I’m A- I have Hazel eyes at times they are more green then the normal. Just before my first child was born I had to have a series of shots, they told me it was because of my blood type was not compatible with the baby, now this was in 1971. How are they going to know the babies blood type before its even born. During this time in my location they didn’t even have Ultrasound yet and in the delivery room they strapped my arms down and gave me this gas through a mask and it wasn’t Oxygen.

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    Z chaim - October 11, 2016

    Oh, wow. Karen… you had a horrible experience (I’ve had a lot of them too by drs concerning treatment of me, the whole blood thing, anything to do with my fertility, and my children’s very lives both at birth and for decades. (I begged to be sterilized for years, couldn’t find a dr who would do it, horrible and bizarre.) There’s a lot to this. The rhogam shot was only developed in 1968. They DID NOT KNOW your baby’s blood type because things were not sophisticated enough for most drs to get the baby’s blood to test it easily, as they do now and at least since 1987 that I know of. I am O-, my first was born 1981 and at that time the rhogam shot I was told was “normally” (it’s not! normal! at all!) given to Mother Only, right after the birth. By 1987, the shots had jumped from one after birth, to up to three or four During Pregnancy! obviously affecting babies too, plus the one to mother after birth. Finally in 1987 I had found a decent dr (new to the area/state, unaware…yet…of all the bs he would encounter with his new “colleagues”….), who agreed to sterilize me per my request of at least 6 years/10 drs. He and his wife, family were basically run out of town within two years. They were good people and all the women just loved him because he listened (but see that was the whole problem, they couldn’t have that…).
    Did you and child/children have unusual experiences/traumas? Were you and child/children ever separated or kept apart for extended time?

    I am in my mid fifties now, have had an extremely unusual life, and after much knowledge gained I do not believe that we rh negatives were ever supposed to have children with positives to begin with but that there are those who literally want us to breed regardless of circumstances or personal wishes and then they are VERY interested in having control over these children. A lot of reasons for this.

    Anyway, about your eyes… mine do the same. Some days they are absolutely prell-shampoo green, but usually that only happens when it rains.

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    vicky - October 16, 2016

    They usually do it if ur negative just in case

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gone fishin - August 11, 2016

My DH is O-. This theory would explain a lot, haha!

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Donna Davenport - August 11, 2016

The only time I really worried about my Rh factor was when I gave birth to my daughter. She came into the world just like me. On the other hand when my sister had her first baby, the Dr. forgot the Rhogam shot. The child was + with no problems, on her second child, also + , the baby had to havetwo (2) blood transfusions.. My sis was also warned not to have more children.

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    vicky - October 16, 2016

    I’ve always heard it doesn’t affect the first child. Isn’t that strange?

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      Benita Cicero - October 19, 2016

      reason first child isn’t effected is mother’s body has not built up antibodies with first child. It is only thereafter unless given rhogam shot, that her bodies has the antibodies to attack the positive blood child.

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Anne Dyer Walker - August 22, 2016

this is utter nonsense. the rh factor did not originate in the rhesus monkey. it evolved with homo sapiens sapiens trek northward and the need to utilize more oxygen into the bloodstream. the rhesus monkey was only used to test for the antigen. oddly enough, it showed up in, i believe, a particular rabbit as well.
i have no dog in this fight. i’m o-. i do wish we had fewer conspiracy theorists and more scientists.

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    Cynthia Blanco-Mathers - August 23, 2016

    I think I am with you Anne. I am A-, recently found that out, and there are more conspiracy theories out there than good information. I think the truth is scientists do not know where or why it came about and everyone is just guessing. I would be curious to read about the rabbit. =)

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lindasartori - August 29, 2016

Leslie Laughlin, that is what I was going to write. I have always felt alien. Have you? Is this the first time you have read about A-?
Yes, I am A-.

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MarinaJoyce - August 29, 2016

Many years ago when my Mom was a baby, she would be 92 if she was alive, an old gypsy man told my Granny that the fairies had brought her. I have seen my Mom do many strange things, she could see into the future she read of her sisters.death in tea leaves. She seen my husband getting hurt at work he laughed at her, but the next week he got hurt at work. We used to tease her about the things she saw. She used to sleep walk,one morning she woke up with something red all over her hands and to this day we have no idea what it was. In 1949 they had no shots to give if the Mom’s and the babies blood didn’t match. My Mom had RH negative type A blood, I have RH negative type O blood, my two sisters have RH Positive typeA. My three kids all have RH negative type O and my two grandchildren also. So there may be some merit to all of this, some of the things make sense. We always said she was an alien.

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dennis fawver - August 30, 2016

I’m an O- science teacher and believe life is more fun to think one may have descended from an alien. BTW…some of us have superpowers, but don’t talk about it.

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JHargra843 - October 20, 2016

Well…. I am O- and from Roswell, NM…. ;-)

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Lynn Hale Shauinger - October 21, 2016

O- absolutely alien

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