by Sean Martin April 9, 2018 (express.co.uk)
• Everyone on the planet has either O, A, B, or AB type blood – ‘positive or negative’. Positive and negative refers to the Rh level in the blood. The Rh level refers to the Rhesus factor, which brings a specific antigen in the blood. Some 85 percent of people carry the antigen and are Rh positive.
• The remaining 15 percent of the population do not carry the antigen and are labled ‘Rh negative’. These people have unique personality traits including higher than average IQ, lower body temperature, sensitive vision and higher blood pressure.
• In an article for The Spirit Science, researcher Lara Starr writes, “In the study of genetics, we find that we can only inherit what our ancestors had; except in the case of mutation. …Therefore, if man and ape had evolved from a common ancestor, their blood would have evolved the same way…we would all have the same blood type.
• So where did this Rh antigen that most of us carry come from? And why does a small percentage of the population not carry the antigen? Are they not descended from the homo-sapiens bloodline? Do they descend from an extraterrestrial species? Mainstream scientists readily dismiss any such extraterrestrial claims maintaining that the Rh blood types are simply a by-product of “evolution”.
Everyone on the planet has either O, A, B, or AB but a sub-category to this is whether an individual is Rh positive or negative.
The Rh level refers to the Rhesus factor, which brings a specific antigen in the blood – if your blood does not carry the antigen, you are Rh negative.
Some 85 percent of people are Rh positive, and according to a startling claim, the remaining 15 percent of us could be descendants of aliens.
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.”
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