If Man and ape evolved from the same ancestor, why didn’t a narrow minority follow the same process? If all primates are Rh positive, where would the Rh negative come from?
The independent researcher, outside the academic logic, Gianluca Sablone, alias Luca Neblosa, believes that the answer should be sought back in time, particularly in the Sumerian texts, of which he is an expert.
“The appearance of Rh negative is placed by scholars about 35 thousand years ago”, some hypothesize it may result from a genetic mutation. Sablone denies, ” what is certainly inherited by an individual from his ancestors is blood and is not subject to genetic mutation, or minimally “.
“If we start from the assumption that all living beings can reproduce with their compatible species, then why are there hemolytic diseases between Rh plus and minus, that is, why does it occur when a negative mother is pregnant with a Rh positive fetus?” For Sablone “the blood in the reproduction of antibodies tends to eliminate the positive fetus tends to like the immune system with a virus.” But why should a mother fight and eliminate her own fetus?
“In no case on the planet does this occur between species except in a case of hybridization such as between horse and donkey from whose union the mule is born, this proves that in the crossing between two similar species but different from the genetic point of view there can be reproduction problems. “
Often pregnant women belong to a different blood group than their baby’s. This is usually completely normal and does not pose a problem. However, in about 1 in 10 cases, these blood groups differ in one particularly important aspect, and this involves the presence or absence on the surface of red blood cells, originally called “Rhesus factor”. Today it is simply referred to as the “Rh factor”.
A person is Rh positive if the D antigen is present on the surface of his red blood cells. Otherwise he is Rh negative.
It sometimes happens that a small amount of blood passes from the bloodstream of the fetus into the placenta and enters the mother’s body.
This generally happens just before giving birth. This is a normal phenomenon that occurs in three out of four pregnancies. However, such an exchange is also likely in special circumstances, such as after a spontaneous or induced abortion …
If the blood passes from an Rh positive baby to an Rh negative mother, the mother’s immune system considers it as a foreign body and produces antibodies to destroy all of the baby’s blood.
The immune system also remembers how to make these antibodies so that it can have them more quickly and more in the future if needed.
This is only a problem in the case of a new pregnancy, when the baby is again Rh positive and there is an additional passage of blood through the placenta. In this case, the mother’s immune system reproduces the same antibodies, which can re-cross the placenta and destroy the blood in the fetus before birth.
The negative Rh factor is recessive and therefore is expressed as such only in individuals homozygous for that trait, therefore only in individuals children of parents who possess at least one Rh- allele, but who are not necessarily Rh-. In the case of heterozygous parents, the inheritance is of the Mendelian type, so the latter will have a 25% chance of having a Rh negative homozygous child at each conception.
Our species, in particular, is the only one to present (albeit in a minority of individuals) the negative Rh factor, that is, to manifest the absence of a particular protein (an antigen) on the surface of red blood cells. Overall, about 16% of humans have Rh negative.
Science still admits that it is a genetic mutation but what would be the cause? If it is an ameliorative mutation why would the fetus be rejected? To whom should we attribute this mutation? Has an explanation been sought in vain or does someone want to hide it?
“The possibility of hybrid man has been overlooked, a missing link between the primate and those who could have changed us.” – Sablone says.
How can you explain this, it’s just a different blood?
– “Rh negative blood is the purest on earth, Ab negative the oldest and rarest. The strangest thing – consider – that the lesser groups can donate to the more and not vice versa, the lesser groups only from the less. “
Scientists sequenced a 37,000-year-old European genome. The results show that today’s Scandinavians are the closest living relatives of early humans in Europe. The genome also indicates that many European traits, including those from the Middle East, were already present in early Europeans. The study, which was recently published in Science , sheds a whole new light on who we are as Europeans, which was originally a separate species from African lineages as it is very very unlikely that an African with very dark skin and completely different traits would move , hypothetically, in Scandinavia it becomes clear with the typical Scandinavian traits or that moving to Asia it becomes yellow with as many different traits …
Among the most experienced supporters of this theory are the researchers Robert Sepehr and Brad Steiger .
Most people who have Rh blood are Rh positive.
The health problems that can occur to the unborn babies of a mother with Rh-Negative blood when the baby is Rh-Positive have led some to suggest that Rh-Negative blood may also be of “non-human” origin.
Theories range from supernatural ones such as divine descent or belonging to a divinely chosen group of people, to more scientific or pseudoscientific explanations such as intertwining with extraterrestrials.
Most scientists who have studied this blood type have concluded that it is probably just a random mutation. This explanation appears to be the one most consistent with the available evidence and the one best able to withstand Occam’s razor.
For some people it appears that the mother’s body rejects the baby, which has led them to suggest that perhaps the reason for the rejection is incompatibility based on the mother on the child of different species. Others suggest that lines with the Rh- blood gene are just peculiar in some way and were not meant to be mixed with lines that are predominantly Rh positive …
One population that contains an unusually high frequency of the gene for the Rh- blood type are the Basques of northeastern Spain. Basques have the highest incidence of the gene of any population in the world. Basques also speak a non-Indo-European language and have genetic markers that foreshadowed the rise of agriculture.
This has led to speculation that Rh-Negative blood is related to the ancestors of the Cro-Magnons, which date back to the Upper Paleolithic period in Europe. Among the more exotic theories is the idea that the Rh-gene represents a separate branch of humanity that has married the branch that came out of Africa.
Followers of this idea believe that this breed was blond-haired and blue-eyed and included most of the most important spiritual teachers in history, such as Jesus.
Some people who are dissatisfied with the idea that those who have Rh- blood are another form of humanity, suggesting that the trait comes from extraterrestrials who intertwine with humans or would have created humans through genetic engineering.