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Rh negative Humans Offer Hope To A Dying World

Do Type O Rh negative Humans Offer Hope To A Dying World?

Interesting Facts Blood Type and Cancer Risk  


Type A Blood:

Age 00 – 39: 08% Risk
Age 40 – 49: 18% Risk
Age 50 – 59: 29% Risk
Age 60 – 69: 43% Risk
Age 70 – 79: 52% Risk

Type AB Blood:

Age 00 – 39: 00% Risk
Age 40 – 49: 16% Risk
Age 50 – 59: 21% Risk
Age 60 – 69: 40% Risk
Age 70 – 79: 48% Risk

Type B Blood:

Age 00 – 39: 04% Risk
Age 40 – 49: 06% Risk
Age 50 – 59: 08% Risk
Age 60 – 69: 14% Risk
Age 70 – 79: 22% Risk
Age 80 – 89: 26% Risk
Age 90 – 99: 28% Risk  

Type O Blood:

Age 00 – 39: 00% Risk
Age 40 – 49: 01% Risk
Age 50 – 59: 03% Risk
Age 60 – 69: 04% Risk
Age 70 – 79: 09% Risk
Age 80 – 89: 19% Risk
Age 90 – 99: 20% Risk

Consider:

Cloning has been practiced much longer than most might agree. The recent flurry of activity can be more appropriately labeled: societal conditioning. The genii is about to be released, as it becomes general knowledge that human cloning has been practiced for generations.

In fact, prior to the current historical epoch - beginning about 200,000-years-ago - there was direct intervention against the peoples of Earth for that very reason, which is demonstrated by the Rh plus factor in humans.  Genetic experimentation (largely directed by EBEs) was so successful, that most of Earth's remaining original inhabitants were eventually wiped out.

Remnants of those original peoples still exist, but no longer on this world. They are regular visitors.

To understand the basis of this argument it requires you to but aside your current understanding of linear time, expanding your personal point-of-reference to include an integrated serial view of dimensional reality.
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BLOOD GROUPS - General Overview

   Nearly 85% of all human beings have RH positive blood. Which merely indicates that their red blood cells contain a substance called the RHesus (rhesus) blood factor.  Simply put, their positive blood contains a protein that can be linked to the Rhesus monkey.  It is acknowledged that blood factors are transmitted with more exactitude than any other human or animal characteristic.  It is not generally known from where the negative RH factor derived, although tantalizing evidence exists that it is incidental to human evolution, and that it is some manner of survival mechanism.  A factor that expresses when mankind nears epochal change.  The current onset began approximately 35,000 years ago near the end of the last ice age.

   The highest concentration of RH negative blood occurs in the Basque people of Northern Spain and Southern France, and in the Eastern/Oriental Jews.  Only 15% of the entire world's population is known to have the RH negative blood factor.  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,  as it is generally theorized by evolutionists that there is an unbroken bloodline from early human prototypes (pre humans) to present day human beings.

   As previously mentioned, 'Rh negative' blood indicates no protein connections exist to the Rhesus monkey, whereas 'RH positive'  blood does carry protein linked to the Rhesus monkey - hence the 'RH' designation, i.e.. rhesus.  All other earthly primates have this RH factor.  Thus if all humans evolved from that line, all would have the RH factor. Obviously, that is not the case.  Therefore, there must have been some manner of intervention giving rise to Rh negative blood groups.

   Blood type 'O' is the most common of the blood groups.   When we separate the 'O' types into 'negative' and 'positive' we find that 'O' negative (the universal donor blood) constitutes less than 7% of the world’s population. Science at this very time is attempting  to create a synthetic RH negative 'O' blood, but without success. For while the protein in positive blood can be cloned, that of negative blood cannot - which is quite interesting, and may be indicative of an alien origin, or more probable, from early genetic experimentation during previous advanced human civilization(s). There was apparent need for a stable blood factor that would not mutate, nor could it be cloned.

   If the RH negative factor does not derive from any known earthly link (apparently outside of the theorized evolutionary process) - from where did it originate?   Geneticists generally claim the Rh negative factor is a mutation of unknown origin which apparently happened only a few thousand years ago.  These ?negative? blooded people spread heavily into the area of what is now Spain, England, Ireland, France and later into America, Canada and Australia.  Basque peoples contain the largest concentration of known 'O' negative blooded people today because, they for the most part, have confined themselves to one area, whereas contemporary Celtic, who also carried the Rh negative factor, peoples branched out among all of the new world.

Interesting facts:

   A 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.  Alternatively, and most interestingly, a positive  mother's body does not reject the negative baby she is carrying.

   Most do not know that as Rh Oneg individuals, they are tracked throughout their whole lives by world-wide governmental agencies interested in understanding the genesis of this group, and for other more complex societal purposes. (follow this line of thought in the new material to be posted as a continuation of Journey to the Absolute Elsewhere

Taken from: http://www.anomalog.com/bloodgroups.html

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