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09

Rh Negative Blood Origins and DNA Mutation

The origins of Rh negative blood are unknown and believed to be caused by some sort of mutation that occurred many thousands of years ago. 

As indicated in other of my posts to this blog, I’ve considered the possibility that the human was created by extraterrestrial intervention, and have linked that intervention with the plural pronouns used in Genesis “let us make man in our image, after our likeness…”  I’ve also discussed the possibility that the extraterrestrial “god” of the Old Testament is not the same extraterrestrial “god the father” in the New Testament.   Is it possible that the original humans created by the OT god, those original humans who have Rh-positive blood, have been altered by extraterrestrials affiliated with the NT god, resulting in mutation of DNA and deletion of the Rh factor…producing Rh negative blood? 

Following is a passage from the sequel I’m currently working on to my novel “In Our Image”.  This is all conjecture, but it is an interesting concept and I thought I’d share it:

“I have a question,” I said.  “In Luke’s gospel he goes through a genealogy backward in time listing who begat whom.  He ends with ‘…the son of Seth, the son of Adam, the son of God.’  That says to me that Adam was the son of God, and if you are the son of someone, then you would have their DNA.  The ‘god’ that is supposedly the father of Adam is the god of the Old Testament, Yahweh, who was an extraterrestrial.  So if all that is true, wouldn’t Adam and all his descendants have Rh negative blood?”

“Yes, Adam and his descendants had the DNA of the creator god, Yahweh.  The first humans were apes that had been genetically altered with extraterrestrial DNA.  That is where the Rh positive factor originated in humans, from monkeys/apes used in the creation process.  However, Yahweh’s DNA did not alter the Rh factor.  An individual’s DNA can change over time.  The benevolent extraterrestrials’ DNA has mutated over millennia to an extremely advanced level.  They have on average 8 strands of DNA and use 50% of it.  The human has 2 strands and uses approximately 5% of it.  Yahweh had considerable fewer strands than 8; I’ve heard somewhere between 3 and 4.  He wanted to be worshipped and obeyed by the humans he created, so he only gave them 2 strands with minimal activation of even that paltry amount of DNA.  When the more spiritually evolved benevolent extraterrestrials join in the creation process with humans, the DNA mutates to a higher level and one of the changes that occurs is the elimination of the Rh factor.  These humans have Rh negative blood.  Jesus was Rh negative.”

I’ve read of some people who say their blood type has changed from Rh positive to Rh negative.  If this is true, could it be the result of alien abduction experiments?  And are the alien hybrids being born on Earth today Rh negative?  Has the percentage of people with Rh negative blood remained constant since it was discovered in the late 1940′s or has it changed?   I’m sure Rh negative blood is being closely tracked and someone/group has the answers.

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42 Responses to “Rh Negative Blood Origins and DNA Mutation”


  1. 1 marilyn june melville
    November 4, 2009 at 5:23 pm

    Have just stumbled across this b negative/alien theory! I mean, are you serious? Interesting that it has evolved the way it has without anyone really able to say why! And I don’t really get the religious association either! Personally I am a woman with b negative blood type. Am very interested in alien life, suppose I am smarter than average, have some esp abilities,come from scotland,eyes blue, feel the cold,have a sense of “mission”,no visible tailbone,do occasionally get electric shocks – pushing a trolley around a supermarket can set sparks off!” And am really looking forward to all the “Free energy” which will be disclosed very soon! People usually “warm” to me as I am good and kind and awash with my own set of morals! PS. – have 5 offspring none of which are b negative blood type. And because of modern science I was able to do so. Spooky? I don’t believe so! Love and light.

    • 2 April
      February 27, 2013 at 6:24 pm

      this has nothing to do with your b negative blood. ai t is about arh anegative there is a difference believe me. I am Rh negative. the difference between that is you have a protien in your blood that the arheyes monkey has and I dont. My very rare blood type that makes up only 15% of the worlds population can be given to anyone yours cannot nor is it rare.

  2. 3 Elysheva
    November 7, 2009 at 1:29 am

    Hello,

    I have Rh negative blood and an immune disease. I have been trying to determine if the two are linked as many people I know who are Rh negative also have immune diseases. My question to you is where do you get your information. I have read the Bible and I didn’t realize that Mary’s mother’s name was mentioned in it. I believe that Rh negative blood is definately caused by some unkown group/factor…something…but have no answers. I was just very interested in what your sources are.

    Thanks, elysheva

    • 4 Kirsten Boninfante
      November 12, 2009 at 2:30 am

      I have B- blood type and have had Ulcerative Colitis for most of my life. However it has been dormant for many years and I have been healthy. I do seem to obsess not about aliens, but about time travel and wishing I could do it. I do believe in Karma and things of that nature. It is pretty strange that science cannot really explain the mutation and what it really means.

    • 5 inourimage
      November 12, 2009 at 7:03 pm

      I obtained the information about Saints Anne and Joachim in a book entitled “The Lost Books of the Bible” copyright 1926 by Alpha House, a compilation of apocryphical works. Specifically, this topic was contained within “The Gospel of the Birth of Mary”, Chapter 2.

      If you Google ‘Saints Anne and Joachim” much info can be found. For example, the following is quoted from http://www.catholic.org:

      “By tradition Joachim and Anne are considered to be the names of the parents of Mary, the Mother of God. We have no historical evidence, however, of any elements of their lives, including their names. Any stories about Mary’s father and mother come to us through legend and tradition.

      We get the oldest story from a document called the Gospel of James, though in no way should this document be trusted to be factual, historical, or the Word of God. The legend told in this document says that after years of childlessness, an angel appeared to tell Anne and Joachim that they would have a child. Anne promised to dedicate this child to God (much the way that Samuel was dedicated by his mother Hannah — Anne — in 1 Kings).”

    • 6 inourimage
      November 12, 2009 at 7:06 pm

      I obtained the information about Saints Anne and Joachim in a book entitled “The Lost Books of the Bible” copyright 1926 by Alpha House, a compilation of apocryphical works. Specifically, this topic was contained within “The Gospel of the Birth of Mary”, Chapter 2.

      If you Google ‘Saints Anne and Joachim” much info can be found. For example, the following is quoted from http://www.catholic.org:

      “By tradition Joachim and Anne are considered to be the names of the parents of Mary, the Mother of God. We have no historical evidence, however, of any elements of their lives, including their names. Any stories about Mary’s father and mother come to us through legend and tradition.

      We get the oldest story from a document called the Gospel of James, though in no way should this document be trusted to be factual, historical, or the Word of God. The legend told in this document says that after years of childlessness, an angel appeared to tell Anne and Joachim that they would have a child. Anne promised to dedicate this child to God (much the way that Samuel was dedicated by his mother Hannah — Anne — in 1 Kings).”

    • 7 Elisha
      December 17, 2009 at 4:39 am

      I am O negative and have Autoimmune, have you ever heard of Hashimoto’s ? I dunno if any of this means anything but
      I was born without and appendix
      I have only 28 teeth at 37 y/o and have Never had one pulled-All 3 of my teenagers had 32 until they had their wisdom teeth cut out
      I have reddish brown hair that can’t be colored
      I have green eyes
      I was born with blonde hair and blue eyes that turned at age 22
      I have 7 vertebrae that cause me a great deal of back and neck pain
      I am left handed

      • 8 Emyliw
        July 21, 2010 at 6:07 pm

        Hi Elisha,
        I have been doing a lot of looking into Rh negative lately, (I am B-)
        Have found a lot of sites claim that Autoimmune in connected to being Rh-

        In talking to other Rh negative people I have found that many of my oddities are in fact very common within the Rh-s
        You however mentioned something I never considered – I also have 28 teeth, 30 now if you count the only 2 wisdom teeth that partially came in & I did not have removed.

        Here are a couple of others that are not common to the popular list of traits on the web that I & other Negs share: not affected by caffeine
        eyes very sensitive to light including sun
        heals quickly

        All The Best,
        Em

      • 9 inourimage
        July 22, 2010 at 11:14 am

        Thanks very much for your comments. I also am extremely sensitive to light/sun. This light sensitivity triggers migraines at times.

      • 10 phyllis
        August 18, 2012 at 5:38 am

        I had only 28 teeth as well and a dentist told me many years ago that I would not get any wisdom teeth as he saw no “buds” of wisdom teeth in x-rays. Well, that wasn’t true. I got 2 wisdom teeth that had to be removed because they didn’t quite have enough room to come out and were causing problem. Thus, the term “wisdom” teeth. You may not get them until later in life. I was perhaps around 47-50 years old when this happened.

      • 11 nis
        February 5, 2013 at 5:56 am

        i’m o-, had exploratory surgery diagnosed endometriosis (autoimmune) & learned i was born without an appendix, recently diagnosed with celtic hand (aka: viking’s disease or dupuytren’s) & ledderhose disease (genetic autoimmune thingy), & in my mid-40s & dentist laughed at me when i asked when my wisdom teeth would come in. i just think we’re mutents of some sorts since i have never met anyone else with all these characteristics/genetics. i’m american mut but look very swedish; natural blonde with blue eyes. as i age, i’ve become very sensitive to electromagnetic changes, which i find very strange, sun, light, sound & touch, can’t wear a watch more than 30 days before it stops working, prone to migraines after age 40, & have crazy high blood pressure since early 20s even though i was fit. i think genetics is the connection. i just don’t understand why i’m a huge bundle of recessive funky genes. i received everthing recessive from my parental units. i think i’m human & no relation to angels, lizards, neanderthals, or aliens, & no close encounters of the 3rd kind either. i wish scientists understood the relationship better. when i took biology in college, the class participated in a genetic litmus test. i was the only one in the class that couln’t taste the salty, sweet, bitter, & sour litmus papers. my professor said that was one in 10 million, but don’t know if that’s true either. i’m the only one like me in my family. my iq is pretty high too.

    • July 1, 2012 at 8:29 am

      Most likely because when you get sick, you take medication. If it is over the counter or prescription, a person with O- or RH- blood produces their own immunity to said virus or infection.

      So taking these medications causes conflict within your immune system, thus causing you to have an immune disease.

      I know this from years of experience, because I am O- and my wife and children are RH-.

      We don’t need medicine.

      In fact we shouldn’t even get sick too often, but the world is full of nasty mutated viruses and diseases, so they can sometimes break through our immune systems. But, our immune systems adapt and counter attack the bugs of viruses.

      If we don’t get better we take natural organic remedies, type in Google- name of virus/disease natural remedies.

      • 13 inourimage
        July 1, 2012 at 10:19 am

        I admit that I have no faith in doctors and tend to rely on my own research and natural remedies for whatever ails me. I’ve lost two very close family members to misdiagnosis by doctors.

    • 14 April
      February 27, 2013 at 6:27 pm

      Not all have an immune disease I am rh negative. I do have tendency to become anemic I enjoy seafood more than I do other meats which is another tendency of ours.

  3. 15 inourimage
    December 17, 2009 at 4:10 pm

    Elisha, thanks very much for your comments. There is an excellent website ‘rhnegativeblood.ning.com that has some excellent articles/comments and there is info on there about autoimmune diseases and specifically Hashimoto. Maybe you’re already familiar with it. Following is the specific web address related to AI. There is also a specific forum on the site related to Rh Negative Health.

    http://rhnegativeblood.ning.com/forum/topics/autoimmune-diseases?id=2372061%3ATopic%3A6598&page=1#comments

  4. 16 Leesha
    December 19, 2009 at 5:02 am

    TYVM I have applied.

  5. 17 angie
    December 28, 2009 at 5:12 am

    Are you sure only 15% of the population has RH negative blood? I have it, my mother, my husband’s mother, my father’s mother, my sister’s husband’s mother (and my sis’daughter) also my brother and his wife both are Rh negative – along with countless neices and nephews by blood and marriage also my three closest friends. How is it that all these unrelated people ended up married, etc. if they were only 15% of the population. Perhaps WV has a higher percentage of RH negative blood? My grandma once told me she heard RH people are drawn to one another. As far as characteristics: My neice was valedictorian, very bright and has and autoimmune disease, I have a doctorate degree, have NO wisdom teeth (neither did my mother) and I have severe and multiple allergies (the clinic said they were the worst they had ever seen!) – Allergies are when your body sees elements in our environment as alien and potentially dangerous right? Lastly my mother is ‘kinda’ psychic and although I am a skeptic recently I have had in about 3 years 3 dreams that came true 1- my son and I hydroplaned and wrecked (we hydroplaned and wrecked 2 months later when he was 6 months old) 2)I burnt kitchen down (my sister caught hers on fire with extensive damage the very next day! – which freaked me out because I had not mentioned it to anyone 3) son burnt his fingers on stove (eventually this happened at my mother in laws with severe blisters although I warned her of my dream (after the hydroplaning one I thought it prudent))

    • 18 inourimage
      December 28, 2009 at 3:05 pm

      Yes, that is correct, only 15% of the US popultion has Rh negative blood. Wikipedia has a chart that shows ABO and Rh blood type distribution by nation (population averages)

      The United States statistics are: 6.6% O-, 6.3% A-, 1.5% B- and 0.6% AB-

      United States[45] 307,212,123 37.4% 35.7% 8.5% 3.4% 6.6% 6.3% 1.5% 0.6%

      Total World Population-weighted mean (total population = 2,261,025,244) 4.33% O-, 3.52% A-, 1.39% B- and 0.45% AB-

      The link to the Wikipedia site is:

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blood_type

    • 19 Ann
      March 10, 2011 at 4:46 am

      I am also from wv.there is an abundance of rh neg here and in my family it is quite common.

    • 20 Wendy
      January 28, 2014 at 1:11 pm

      I am rh negative, I have the dreams- warning dreams & good ones. I do not always interpret their meaning
      before the event occurs. I wish I understood better how to channel & understand my premonitions. I will
      often think of someone or something; just before seeing them or an event occurs connected to that person or thing. I love reading of others experiences with the same. We are all connected at some very
      deep level, a power of good- I know it.

  6. June 1, 2010 at 12:39 pm

    I recently tweeted and stumbled upon your post. Really your post is very informative and I enjoyed your opinions. Do you use twitter or stumbleupon? So I can follow you there. I am hoping you post again soon.

    • 22 inourimage
      June 1, 2010 at 3:33 pm

      Thanks very much for your comments. I am working on a new post and hope to have it up soon. I’m not currently on either twitter or stumbleupon.

  7. 23 Dawn
    September 8, 2010 at 6:26 am

    Would like to add to your topic–To start I am female with A-neg blood, my mother is O-neg, my daughter is B-neg, and my son is A-neg, I am allergic to the sun, am double jointed, my hair has lots of reddish highlights and I have blue eyes that change colour.I have street lights turn off as I walk by all the time,and other weird things happen. My daughter also has an Autoimmune problem and I was wondering If anyone had any ideas what neg people can take as food or medication to help. Thanks

    • 24 inourimage
      September 8, 2010 at 11:26 am

      You might already be aware of the website “RH Negative Blood, Fact and Theory” at: http://rhnegativeblood.ning.com/. It find it to be a very supportive community and I believe others on that site have discussed the autoimmune problem. If anyone else reading my blog can respond regarding autoimmune issues and Rh negative blood, please feel free to respond. Thanks.

  8. 25 Patrick Phelps
    November 3, 2010 at 3:01 pm

    I am 67 with O Rh Neg blood with a auto-immune desease PR3 Vascilitis, it came on 2 and half years ago. There is no cure and I’m taking tablets that my specialist says if I stop taking them he will give me 6 months to live.

    bigcat

  9. December 5, 2010 at 7:45 am

    Man, speak about a great publish! I?ve stumbled across your weblog a few occasions inside the previous, but I normally forgot to bookmark it. But not again! Thanks for posting the way you do, I truly value seeing someone who truly includes a viewpoint and isn?t truly just bringing again up crap like nearly all other writers right now. Keep it up!

  10. 27 Elle
    December 13, 2010 at 3:45 am

    I am in the A- blood group and in the minority of many other areas as well. I am sensitive and very intuitive and although I don’t belong to any religion, I am deeply spiritual. I generally get along well with other people but have always felt a little “different”. My two sisters are also neg blood types. This is a very interesting area of research.

  11. 28 ineffable infinitude
    December 22, 2010 at 7:19 pm

    A- Red hair, green eyes. Light sensitivity. Migraines. Sleep paralysis. Psychic dreaming. Highly sensitive, intuitive. No immune deficiencies that I know of.

    • 29 inourimage
      December 23, 2010 at 1:46 am

      My light sensitivity and migraine episodes are getting worse / more frequent as I get older! Thanks very much for your comment.

  12. 30 Nightingale
    December 23, 2010 at 10:28 pm

    I only discovered the rh negative theory recently by chance but was amazed by what I read on your web-site; I am female, A-blood group,of A-parents, married to A-partner and have RH negative children (my son has webbed feet),educated, I have auto-immune disease, green eyes, natural reddish hair, I am highly light sensitive, have been obsessed all my life about space travel and alien life which I believe in. Have constant dreams of flying space craft and also normal aircraft, dreams which predict happenings which always come true, because of this I have always felt alone,I get on with others but always feel different and unable to fully communicate or understand ‘normal’ life. I have suffered with un-explainable depression all my life. On a daily basis I have always had problems with anything electrical, computers, washing machines, light bulbs, sensor lights, you name it, it has been a problem all my life and becomes tiresome, I constantly receive static electrical shocks wherever I go and have grown used to it. I am obsessed with the night sky and reading about anything to do with the universe or extra terrestrial life. Your web-site seemed to answer a lot of questions for me.

    • 31 inourimage
      December 25, 2010 at 12:45 am

      Thany you so much for taking the time for reading my blog. You are not alone in what you are experiencing and I appreciate your comments. Thank you!

  13. 32 Rene
    January 23, 2011 at 6:33 am

    Ok I am starting to think the RH Negative blood has something to do with being a Highly Sensitive Personality type yet no one has mentioned that. Is there a connection? I have a red birth mark in my hair I mean its reddish brown hair in the middle of my head that grew in when I was a baby. My mother insists its always been there I also have weird colored eyes that are a mix between medium brown with a charcoal grey rim around the entire pupil instead of the usual clear or black rim if that makes sense. I have had dreams and visions come true but mostly I am intuitive about people. Insects are drawn to me like they seek me out and I hate insects. I have lots of snake dreams and spider dreams or I used to until I found out that my dreaming about them in threes meant I had some powerful mojo going on in me. (not sure what all that means)Does any of this sound familiar.

  14. 33 al
    November 24, 2011 at 4:27 am

    here is a link for such a case where + changer to – following mastectomy surg and treatment for breast cancer amd CML http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/9753055

    • 34 Ruiner
      February 15, 2012 at 4:35 am

      I believe that case of the Rh swap you are referring to resulted in the woman being a chimera. So some of you do not have to look it up, chimeras actually possess two different kinds of DNA. This occurs at the earliest stages of embryonic development when two fertilized eggs end up merging and developing together, producing all the tissue from two different cellular clusters.

  15. 35 phyllis
    August 18, 2012 at 5:30 am

    I am Rh negative and endure the awful static electricity shocks constantly in winter time. I hate it so badly that even when the weather gets warm, I hesitate to touch anything metal. I can’t stand static electricity shocks!

  16. September 18, 2012 at 4:35 pm

    A mutation? I have a bachelor of archaeology (la trobe) so I can shed a little light on this. The O RH – blood type was the most common blood type of the earliest modern human homo sapiens. The blood types AB and RH positive factors were introduced during the Human – Neanderthal divergence period. It is the blood types AB that are foreign to the original modern humans. RH negative is the blood type of the original humans. After statistical analysis of the blood groups of the earliest modern human homo sapien communities they have found Type O RH – negative as the dominant factor. These are communities that predate divergence and were free of neanderthal and other early hominid contamination. Basically concluding that our earliest human ancestors were uncontaminated by the rhesus factor. It is not a reptillian mutation, but the original blood type of the purest human ancestors. It is likely a contributing reason for the O RH – negative blood type being the universal donor.

    • 37 inourimage
      September 25, 2012 at 11:09 am

      Do you have any insight as to why Rh+ blood is the dominant factor today? If there were interbreding between the negative and positive factors, the negative blooded mother’s body would attack the positive fetus. I appreciate your comments and have started to read your blog, http://www.starseeds.blog.com/ which I find extremely interesting.

      • 38 kevin
        February 5, 2013 at 7:55 pm

        If you pocess the blessed curse of o negative blood, it is most likely that 1 of your parents did too. If it is your mother, during the pregnacy she needed a shot right around 7 months. If she did not get this shot that causes rare diseases and even death for mother or child. If the father has o negative blood, doctors wont give the mother the shot if she isn’t o negative, but I believe they should because it cause the child to have health problems, because of the mixture of the parental blood types.

    • 39 Wynn
      December 21, 2013 at 2:04 am

      sounds more believable, esp. since both Neanderthal and denisovans (whatever they are called) had more in common with non-Europeans, DNA-wise, that is.

  17. 40 Marie
    March 4, 2013 at 4:50 pm

    I am RH Negative had a shot before and after my pregnancies, Hazel eyes that switch from blue and green depending on mood and what I am wearing, fair skinned, lots of freckles, brunete, and I have a tendency to become anemic especially around my monthly, I have bells palsey, but have never had any problems with my immune system in fact its very strong IF I get sick it lasts only 24 hours, I am sensitive to spirits I have communicated a few, I have premonitions. My mother is RH negative as well and so is her mother they are fair skinned, brown eyes, and red hair, my maternal family descend from Canada. My mother has no health issues currently but has had two tumors removed from her breast. My grandmother passed from cancer and liver failure. we all had all our teeth my mothers wisdom were removed at age 55, mine were removed at age 24. We have never had a blond in our family until my son was born but his hair color changed at age 6 from blond to light brown.

  18. 41 passionsonsflower
    March 29, 2013 at 1:20 pm

    Thanks I knew I had rh- blood but I kept searching the wrong key words on the net. I I kept looking for rh- factor in the blood and didn’t find what I was looking for. Then I was reading about DNA and I found this article. This answers a lot of questions and the bigger implications of which I’m starting to understand .

  19. 42 Wynn
    December 21, 2013 at 2:01 am

    once again, disappointed by my rH negative sisters and brothers. Pure fantasy, little to no science.


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