View Full Version : Blood Rh Factor
05-18-2011, 09:57 AM
i do not know if this has been discussed before nor do i know all the details about intelligent energy, but i have come across something i find quite interesting.
my blood-type is o- and i have been doing some looking into it. it seems they trace the rh- factor back to about some mutation about 25,000-30,000 years ago. blood is very, very unlikely to mutate like this and as far as i had found this is the only time this has happened to anything. some say it could have only come about by another species mixing in (the common thing i come across is reptilian aliens), but could this have been a change induced by the energy waves that are talked about with intelligent energy? many have considered o- to be associated with various things including high iq, an extra vertrbrae(i do not know if this is true in my case), blue/green/hazel eyes, low body temp, low blood pressure, increased psychic intuitive abilities, and other things. i've also seen it tied to being a starseed.
i started writing a long post not long ago, but never finished it. i do not know exactly what i am tbh, but all the saying that i am a starseed or that i have been in contact with my "higher self" both seem to fit in. for the past 22-ish years (since i was 7), i've been in contact with what could be called my "higher self", although i did not realize that's what it was at the time, i pretty much had to learn wtf was going on. for lack of a better explanation, i can almost see the future (and sometimes i do in some form or another), but it's more like a sense of unbelievable intuition. while at the same time i have always been very alien and when i first came across the term starseed i got lightheaded because it described me about perfectly. so suffice it to say, i know i am different than most and my recent research on looking into my bloodtype had raised a lot of questions for me.
ultimately, could this rh- factor been introduced with the start of the last/current cycle to help promote our spiritual development or come into higher terms with ourselves?
-steve from galatorg(this is where i am from, although i believe it to be something in the "future" and probably not a planet)
05-18-2011, 09:41 PM
very interesting indeed. take a look at this chart here.
if you notice, most of the aboriginal people are 100% if not close to type "o" . interestingly, the blackfoot indians are 82% "a".
here's another page, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/blood_type
if you look at the negative blood type, o-, a-, b-, ab- , it is a lot more rare. personally i'm b-, i wonder if that has to do anything with those people who are wonderers. according to loo there's 60 million wonderers at the moment on the planet (maybe more since 1981), i'm wondering if blood types have anything to do with this...
05-19-2011, 01:34 PM
tldr; it seems that this is all tied to dna differences between a non-primate species decendant(rhesus related) and a primate(rhesus related) species. dna of unknown origin merging with primte dna, giving us the various blend we have today. the recessive traits (typically unknown origin ones) appear through generation to generation, some of us more than others.
i've looked into it quite a bit more and made some other connections, but it's also been hard finding accurate/trustworthy material. it seems slightly different than i first had thought of it as now. it doesn't sound like it is really known when the change occured, but it varies from 25,000 to 300,000 years ago (how about around 75,000 years ago?).
here is the possibility i've gathered. the original blood-type in "neaderthals" (or some other species that was quite different to a primate related species) was o-, they were around western europe (perhaps there were other people somewhere else in the world too though). some of them stayed in this area while some moved east towards sumer, mating with "primates" along the line and adding in more dominant a, b, and the rh+ traits. your blood is really determined by many factors, we just tend to dumb it down into two groups, abo and rh factor. a and b are codominant types over the recessive o, and is why you can end up with an ab type, you just have added antigens.
rh factor is the more complex one, but it's named after the rhesus macaque(monkey), which was involved when scientists first found this factor to immunize rh-s. they seeked to find the reason why a number of babies would just die and found a difference in human blood. this was due to o- mother, o+ children, this is the most talked about, but i believe it's an issue with any rh- mother and rh+ children. the main issue is with having a second rh+ child without being immunized along the first baby's process. this causes the mother's body to fight the second child as if it's foreign matter/alien/shouldn't be there. if you are rh+, that part of your dna has come from some common primate ancestor. if you are rh-, you have the recessive traits and are missing the antigens picked up when the initial people started travelling and breeded with primates (a new blend of species). rh factor is associated with 50 different antigens, it's not as black and white as having an antigen or not, but there is a main one associated with it. it's a set of antigens picked up from this common rhesus ancestry line. while the other o- group, that stuck around europe was still there or otherwise not blending with the primates.
the group(s) that headed towards sumer could have also had other groups split off and head up and over to north/south america settling in there. most of the people in these areas have a, b, and rh+ traits. before i go any further i want to say that i am not suggesting that anyone's blood means they are more superior, just different, and at this point it's really mixed for the most part.
from what i can tell all primates today have rh+ traits and there are some with o type blood (something that crossed from an original species to them?). so this kind of suggests that there was some original species not related to the primate then primate antigens were then added in by breeding. i was originally looking(and so far talking about) an original o- species in europe, but the bloodbook.com site linked above clearly suggests that there was some original south american o- species and possibly something in the indian ocean area, this is hard to figure out. could this be signs of "atlantis" in the indian ocean and the o- species having to vacate to nearby lands (islands to the east, eastern africa to the west). these groups of people that we see in these areas with high o blood concentration are ones that aren't mixed as much, or in some cases, at all.
in respect to the loo (only read about 1/6 so far, but it all seems to make perfect sense, i often wonder if people interpret it correctly), i would say that up until 75,000 years ago, there was a main primate species of 2nd density on this planet. these were early homo sapiens, homo erectus, and homo habilis, not really primate but evolving from them and being related. the origin of a, b, and rh+ traits in the blood, among other traits. they were not ready for 3rd density, but could still perform basic tasks and they grouped together, perhaps like you may see various intelligent animals today.
(yikes, too long :d, cont.)
05-19-2011, 01:35 PM
at some point (in regards to the loo you would think it was 75,000 years ago) there was some considerably different species introduced. otherwise, since the a, b, and rh+ traits are basically always found in primates, the antigens would have had to disappeared from our dna in order for this to happen (in some distinct locations) i don't know what to call it, but it's what i was referring to as the o- species and they seem to show up in 3 major areas. a species that's void of these primate traits in it's dna, that then bred with the primate species starting a great mix.
like i mentioned these areas area western europe, south america, and...the indian ocean(?). any of the civilizations in those areas that "kept to themselves" stayed more towards the o- species. the basques are commonly mentioned as highly o- and whomever they descended from was of the o- species, they've just blended more because of more contact with the primate species. i could see it being dismissed as some random losses of dna information, but seeming to come from 3 major areas, it would seem unlikely. not only are they in 3 different areas, each of these area of o- species seem to be a bit different. at least the one in europe, this is likely where many of the white o- population comes from (probably the pure blood that hitler was after). looking at it from a blood perspective though, o- is inferior in a sense, it is all recessive traits meaning you are missing antigens that are found the closer you get to ab+.
i think that o or rh- are just signs that you have an ancestor that came from one of these o- species and at this point, this is pretty much everyone. this mixing happened quickly, but there were various groups that have been seperate and more close to this original o- dna. not meaning better, just different, supplimental dna to the future mix, to promote the social complex.
i think that's about my $0.03
05-20-2011, 11:11 AM
i read a book on nutrition and blood type once, [please pm dreimeschier for book and author]. the author held the opinion that the origin of the human race came from northeastern africa (heh), and at that point all humans had the same blood type. as people migrated into different regions of the world, their blood types (and skin color, face structure, etc.) slowly mutated based on their diets, which were dependent on geographic location. i thought that was worth mentioning, though it is curious that this blood type emerged right as that influx came 25-30 thousand years ago....
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