A New Theory Says That People With Rh-Negative Blood Actually Come From Outer Space!
Believe it or not, most individuals are unaware of their own blood type. Human beings have only four types of blood—A, AB, B and the universal O type. Within these types of blood, you can have an RH factor of either negative or positive.
What does that mean?
The Rhesus factor (Rh), means that anyone who has this is lacking in a particular blood antigen which will make a person Rh negative. Nearly 90% of the global population have this antigen making them Rh positive while the rest are Rh negative. Since humans inherit their blood type from their ancestral line among all other genetic makeup, Rh-negative is a highly unusual phenomenon since it is a mutation of the blood, so it is not actually an inherited trait.
The Evolution of Human Kind and Rh-Negative Factor
How can this be if we all evolved from apes? So, the Rh-negative factor defies all the components of human evolution. If we have directly descended from apes, then our blood should be compatible with them. The strange thing is that each and every primate has Rh-positive blood, so they have the necessary antigen of compatibility with the rest of humankind.
Brad Steiger, who was renowned for his “ancient astronauts” theory, firmly believed that human beings were also descendants of what he called, “star people”. His contention was that star people among us were, in fact, those that carried the Rh negative mutation. His research showed a prevalence among the mutation specifically among the Spanish Basque community where nearly 30% of these individuals lacked the blood antigen and were Rh negative. The actual origin story of this group of people is actually a mystery. They seem to pre-date the Neanderthals, but beyond this, when they actually showed up on Earth is uncertain.
Additionally, Israelite Samaritans who are known to have a cultural origin in Eastern Europe, as well as Jews from the region of Ethiopia, can both be included among the 30% of people on Earth that hold the Rh-negative factor within their ranks. These kinds of numbers stand out simply because the accumulation of the population of the rest of the world that have the RH negative factor only reaches 1%.
All of this remains a mystery to research scientists even today. What they do know is that the presence of the Rh-negative factor first showed up on Earth roughly 35,000 years ago. How it came to be is what scientists have yet to understand. But, the common theory is that there is the potential for some kind of alien origin to people that lack this protein antigen in their blood. But are they different than the rest of us?
Typically, people who are Rh negative tend to have a higher IQ than the average person on Earth among several other predominant characteristics:
They count among a large number of people with psychic abilities
They tend to be people designated as healers
They have unusual mental abilities including photographic memories, the ability to add large numbers in their head, and are highly intuitive
Their body temperature is slightly lower than normal
They seem to be more emotionally balanced
They tend to have reddish hair color
They have a greater sensitivity to cold
The majority have hazel or green eyes—a rarity
There is also the case to be made for an alien origin of Rh-negative carriers because they are the only humans on earth whose blood makeup makes it impossible for them to be cloned. Molecular cloning needs to have a D-antigen presence for the process to take place. People who are Rh negative lack this antigen and cannot be replicated in a lab environment. This is evidenced in pregnant women with the Rh-negative factor who are given an injection of what is referred to as RhoGam, which attacks the antibodies in the woman’s system and give her the Rh-positive antigens that she needs to deter her immune system from attacking her own fetus which is also a mystery of science.
These are some things to ponder when it comes to the theory of Rh-negative carriers as extra-terrestrial descendants. What do you think? Give us your comments and pass this interesting article on to your friends and loved ones!