RH- negative

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United States
December 7, 2006 2:08pm CST
Rare blood types & factors.. RH- negative Are you rh- neagtive blood type? Example, I am o- blood type. I researched this after i found that i had a extra vertebrae. Only 7% of the people in the world have the rh- factor. If you are a woman with rh-, you should really read this. Plus there are some shocking characteristics of the people with this genetic code. Nearly 85% of all human beings have RH positive blood. Their red blood cells contain a substance called the RHesus blood factor. This means the positive blood contains a protein that can be traced to the Rhesus monkey. It is acknowledged that blood factors are transmitted with more exactitude than any other human or animal characteristic. While it is known that RH negative blood - (type 'O' is the purest blood known to mankind, it is not known from where the negative factor originates, rh negative factor that makes the blood 'pure'. Pure enough to be the universal blood of the world. Everyone on the face of the earth can receive rh negative type 'O' blood, but these very same 'O' negative people cannot receive blood from any other type except their own type. An RH negative pregnant mother's body will reject her positive blooded baby in the womb. Her body fights the RHesus factor as a foreign element. A positive mother's body does not fight the negative baby she is carrying however. There are certain similairites that occur to those having rh negative blood - according to some who have it there are common patterns found, which include the following: 1. predominance of green or hazel eyes that change color like a chameleon, but also blue eyes 2. true red or reddish hair 3. low pulse rate 4. low blood pressure 5. keen sight or hearing 6. ESP 7. extra rib or vertabrae 8. UFO connections 9. love of space and science 10. a sense of not belonging to the human race 11. piercing eyes 12. para-normal occurrences 13. physic dreams 14. truth seekers 15. desire for higher wisdom 16. empathetic illnesses 17. deep compassion for fate of mankind 18. a sense of a 'mission' in life 19. physic abilities 20. unexplained scars on body 21. capability to disrupt electrical appliances 22. alien contacts Science at this very time is attempting to make the recipe for rh negative 'O' blood, but without success. The protein in positive blood can be cloned, but not so of the negative blood - which is quite interesting. If the rh negative factor does not derive from any known earthly link - from where did it originate? What does everyone think of this? Its a little weird but pretty intersting. DO you guess think there could be any truth to this? Why or Why not?
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• Philippines
23 Apr 13
My blood type is A-. Many people are surprised when they find out that I have negative blood. Yes, there are many myths that tell how negative blood people surfaced. As an Asian, it is much harder to find someone who has the same blood type which means it is harder to survive. As you said, some people say RH positive people have originated from monkeys, while some say that, we, RH negative people have originated from reptiles. Honestly, I don't know what to believe in since science focuses on facts, not on myths. However, I do believe that having negative blood is strange. I'm sure that my parents are my biological parents because we look exactly alike, but RH says otherwise. My parents believe that I got my blood from my ancient roots. I am of mixed races anyway. It's like you pop out of nowhere in a family tree where everyone has positive blood while you have negative blood. It's like being a freak, but I don't mean it in a bad way. We're totally unique from others. And, you're right. We are pretty interesting human beings.