Posts Tagged ‘original blood

26
Sep
12

Rh Negative Blood Origins Revisited

A few days ago I received the following comment to a post that I made back on October 29, 2009 regarding possible origins of Rh Negative blood. Within this post I made the statement that Rh Negative blood was believed to have been caused by some sort of mutation that occurred many thousands of years ago. This explanation was by far the most common (and admittedly vague) explanation for the origin of Rh negative blood at the time.

This is the comment I received a few days ago:

“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.”

More and more sites can be found on the internet today regarding Rh Negative blood as the original blood factor. The following site is extremely interesting:

http://www.aoi.com.au/bcw/neanderbasque.htm

Is the truth to be found on the internet, or are we being fed delibrate mistruths? Whatever the case, this article on the Basques is definitely worth reading.