Do you know your blood type? Do you understand how blood typing is done? Have you ever heard about the Rh negative factor? It seems there is a mystery surrounding the Rh negative factor in blood. Some people claim it is the blood type of extra-terrestrials.

This theory is derived from the logic that if all humans are related through an original common ancestor, wouldn’t, then, everyone’s blood type be compatible? Yet, that is not the case. In fact, if a pregnant woman who has an Rh negative factor is carrying a child that is Rh positive, she is at risk of her body rejecting the baby. This is something that does not occur in any animal species on Earth. So, scientists theorize that mankind is really a hybrid species, a “mutt”, if you will!

Blood types are classified as:

  • A
  • B
  • AB
  • O

Typing is derived from the presence of certain proteins on blood cell surfaces. These proteins have a job. They are responsible for hunting down and eradicating bacterias and viruses that are attacking the human body.

Researchers and scientists, when discussing the Rh negative factor, call it a “mutation”. A mutation is defined as a cell that has undergone a transformation. So, blood that has an Rh negative factor was, originally, not Rh negative. Something caused it to change and become negative.

Studies of DNA sequencing demonstrate that out of the 612 species and sub-species of known primates, none have ever reflected in their blood type an Rh negative factor. If the similarities between humans and primates stop at blood typing, what does this mean?

For people of Spain and France connected to Basque origins, it means that they have the highest percentage of people with Rh negative blood types. About thirty percent carry two Rh negative factor genes and almost sixty percent carry a single Rh negative gene.

Populations of certain Jewish ethnicities, such as Samaritans and Black Cochin, also reflect a high rate of Rh negative blood type. This despite the fact that among most African ethnicities, the percentage is low of those with Rh negative blood type.

Interestingly, almost eighty-five percent of the entire human population is Rh positive while all of Earth’s royal families have blood types with a negative Rh factor. Does this mean that ancient claims by ruling royal families that they were “gods” may have a kernel of truth? Could they have originated from another species that arrived upon Earth with the intention to rule over the existing human race? Did they eventually inter-marry with humans and begin adding to the population a new, hybrid race?

The basic premise of genetics is that a person can only inherit what has been passed down from original ancestors, except for instances of mutation. This basic rule of genetics then translates into meaning that a person with Rh negative blood are either human mutations or descendants of a different original ancestor.

Because, what it really means to have an Rh negative blood type means that a person actually lacks a blood factor that is present in other humans and all primates. Why this difference? Why this lack? Does it actually make these people different in other ways other than just their blood? Let’s just take a list at some famous people with Rh negative blood:

  • Pharaoh Ramses II
  • Zacharia Sitchin (Russian author)
  • Brad Steiger (American author and paranormal expert)
  • Erik Von Daniken (Swiss author and archaeologist)
  • Shroud of Turin
  • Prince Charles
  • Queen Elizabeth II
  • President Eisenhower
  • President John F. Kennedy
  • President Richard Nixon
  • President George W. Bush Sr.
  • President Bill Clinton
  • President Barack Obama
  • Johnny Depp
  • Leonardo Di Caprio
  • Marilyn Monroe
  • Paul Newman
  • John Lennon
  • Elvis Presley

Despite the controversy of such a theory and the claims of many that this is fringe science, one has to admit that it at least tickles the fancy of curiosity.





Written by Gemma