(ORDO NEWS) — Many ancient texts claim that humanity is the result of a genetic mutation that intelligent beings from space produced with prehistoric people.
Sitchin, who had a great influence on the theories of the ancient astronauts, believes that an advanced race of intelligent beings arrived on Earth 450,000 years ago during the Neanderthal era, and with the help of genetic engineering they created modern humans.
Moreover, another theory that could support Sitchin’s claims is the mystery of Rh-negative blood that links humans to alien origins.
If humanity descended from the same African ancestor, then the blood of all people would be compatible, but this is not so.
Where did Rh-negative people come from? Why does an Rh-negative mother carrying an Rh-positive child try to reject her offspring? Humanity is not a single race, but a hybrid species.
The people who inhabit this isolated region are known as the Basques, and have long baffled anthropologists and historians.
The language spoken by part of this territory is not related to any other in this part of the world. Up to 35% of Basques have an Rh-negative blood type, which is the least likely to mutate or interact with other blood types.
There are 8 most common blood groups (A+, A-, B+, B-, O+, O-, AB+, AB-); the classification is based on proteins found on the surface of cells, which are mainly designed to wage war against bacteria and viruses in the human body.
About 85% of people in the world are Rh-positive and have no problem getting blood from positive or negative donors.
The question of whether Rh-negative blood is a mutation or not is a matter of controversy among researchers. If it’s a mutation, then why are people with Rh negative blood known for having extra vertebrae?
This, like the blood type, is scientifically explained as a mutation. However, according to modern DNA sequencing, it has been proven that humanity is not just one single race descended from one ancestor in Africa, but a hybridized species, behind which lies a much more mysterious truth.
The fact is that if the mother is Rh-negative, her immune system perceives the Rh-positive cells of the fetus as a foreign substance. The mother’s body produces antibodies against the fetal blood cells.
These antibodies can cross the placenta back into the developing baby. They destroy the baby’s circulating red blood cells. This suggests that somewhere in our ancestry, Rh-negative and Rh-positive are perceived as profoundly different.
Rh-negative rhesus is very rare. It was not distributed throughout the world until the beginning of colonization in the 15th century. Rh-negative did not exist in the Americas, South Africa and Asia.
He was only in Europe. According to scientists, modern humans originated in Africa at least 250,000 to 300,000 years ago. All of them are Rh-positive. They don’t have a single Rh-negative, so where did it come from?
Robert Seper talks more about the mysterious Rh-negative blood type in his book, Species with Amnesia: Our Forbidden Story.
The author assumes that there were highly developed civilizations on Earth before us, which were destroyed by some great global catastrophe, as history mysteriously tells us.
Could the Rh-negative blood type be proof of a very different pre-human evolution than what the history books lead us to believe? Can it serve as indisputable evidence of extraterrestrial intervention in the distant past? But if so, are the experiments with sentient hominids over, or are they still going on?
“Indeed, it is among the Basques of France and Spain that we find a strange predominance of one human blood group known as Rh-negative.
The use of Rh here means “rhesus”, since the origin of the blood type was designated after a common factor shared by humans and rhesus monkeys; today, the Rh blood group system is one of the thirty currently existing blood group systems recognized by science, with about eighty-five percent of people possessing it.
The most common manifestation of Rh blood in humans is known as Rh positive blood. By studying the common factors present between blood types, for example, humans and rhesus monkeys, it becomes clear in terms of the genetic information present here that at some point in our ancient past, humans must have shared a common ancestor with this species of Old World monkey.” , scientists write in one of the studies.
It is likely that highly developed civilizations existed here before us, but were destroyed as a result of a great global catastrophe. But in place of each extinct race, another came, and only a select few kept the memories and sacred knowledge of the past race.
In our vanity, we think we have discovered some great truths of science and technology, but in reality we are just beginning to rediscover the profound wisdom of past civilizations. In many ways, we are like an awakening amnesiac species, yearning to reclaim our forgotten past.
Many believe that Rh negative blood is a legacy that our Anunnaki creators, among other things, left on Earth.
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