We all have a certain blood type and a certain Rh factor. What is the difference between them? Why have scientists not yet discovered the origin of the Rh negative factor? What is the risk if an expectant mother with an Rh-negative factor is expecting a baby with an Rh-positive factor? Is your Rh factor negative? Then you can be an alien gene carrier.
Rh Factors and Blood Groups
A blood group, or more precisely a blood type, is a description of the properties of an individual’s red blood cells, respectively carbohydrates and proteins on their cell membrane. The two most important classifications for describing human blood groups are A, B and 0, and Rhesus factor. Most of them are much less common than A, B and 0, and Rh. However, another 50 blood types are known.
Everyone’s blood is either Rh-positive or Rh-negative. Positive means you have a certain protein (called antigens) on the surface of your red blood cells. About 85% of the population has the antigen. The remianing15% doesn’t contain the antigen and are considered Rh-negative.
Where Does Rh Negative Factor Come from?
Researcher Lara Starr states that if everyone had truly evolved from apes, we would all have the same blood type. In an article for The Spirit Science, she writes: “In the study of genetics, we find that we can only inherit what our ancestors had; except in the case of mutation.”
“We can have any of numerous combinations of traits inherited from all our ancestors.”
“Therefore, if man and ape had evolved from a common ancestor, their blood would have evolved the same way.”
“Blood factors are transmitted with much more exactitude than any other characteristic. All other earthly primates also have this Rh factor.”
“If we had all evolved from the same ancestor, we would all have the same blood.”
„Rh Positive blood can be traced back to the Rhesus monkey and all other primates, but Rh negative blood cannot. In fact, it cannot be traced anywhere else in nature.”
Accordingly, people with a negative factor are more intuitive and interested in spiritual sciences. Starr claims that there are several personality traits that are associated with an Rh negative carrier including higher than average IQ, lower body temperature, sensitive vision and higher blood pressure.
An Rh Negative Mother, an Rh Positive Baby
According to Starr, women with an Rh negative blood will be unable to carry the child of a man with an Rh positive type. She states: “If you do, you get something called Haemolytic disease. This is the same allergic reaction that occurs when an Rh negative mother is carrying a Rh positive child. Her blood builds up antibodies to destroy an alien substance (the same way it would a virus), thereby destroying the infant.”
However, scientists have dismissed the bizarre claims, stating that the Rh types are simply a by-product of evolution.