Blood Type

Blood Types Compatibility, Human Blood Types and the Genetics ::
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There are two different ways to determine blood type. Your blood is classified as A, B, AB or O. Your blood type is also classified by the Rhesus Factor (RH Factor) which tells whether you are positive or negative for having “an inherited protein found on the surface of red blood cells. If your blood has the protein, you’re RH positive. If your blood lacks the protein, you’re Rh negative (Mayo Clinic, 2020). Eighty-five percent of the population is classified as positive for the inherited protein. What is the difference between the two?

Only fifteen percent of the population is classified as being negative for the inherited protein that eighty-five percent of the population has. What is this protein?

Antigen- According to Medline Plus, “An antigen is any substance that causes your immune system to produce antibodies against it. This means your immune system does not recognize the substance, and is trying to fight it off.” Further, “An antigen may be a substance from the environment, such as chemicals, bacteria, viruses, or pollen. An antigen may also form inside the body.”

So the bottom line is that an antigen is a threat to the immune system. The immune system, once it recognizes a threat (antigen) will form antibodies (soldiers) in order to destroy the enemy (the antigen). What happens if mom is negative (no rhesus classification) and her fetus is positive (has the inherited protein)? What is this protein?

The antigen is the protein found on the membrane of the red blood cells. This protein is found in the red blood cells of the lungs, kidneys and brain and its ability to enter the membrane unaided aids in the breathing process so they must move quickly. The rhesus protein is responsible for transporting Carbon Dioxide (CO2). According to Kutsu, “Red blood cells need to transport CO2 from body tissue out through the capillaries of the lungs very quickly, and the Rh protein in blood cells is about speed.”

What does this suggest for those who are RH negative? What transports CO2 in their bodies? What are other differences between RH negative and RH positive people? Research shows that people who are RH negative have;

  1. Lower than normal blood pressure
  2. Lower than normal pulse and in many cases
  3. Have an extra vertebrae in their back (source). According to many sources, having an extra vertebrae in the spine is not unheard of and affects only ten percent of the population.

According to Ancient Aliens, RH negative is extremely rare and did not appear in most of the world until colonization in the fifteenth century. It was found in Europe and spread from there. The out of Africa theory does not include RH negative blood, in fact, all people from that region are RH positive. So the question is, did RH negative people come from another species? Were they put here, genetically modified or evolve in some other way than the rest of the population?

The Basque people reside in Basque country on the border of Spain and France. They speak a language that predates Roman languages and this population is 35% RH negative which is the highest in the planet. The Basques are neither Spanish or French and are genetically related to the Vascones and Aquitanians. Find more information here on Ancient Battles

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