Many ancient texts and Internet stories claim that humanity is the result of genetic mutation done to prehistoric humans by intelligent beings from outer space. Sitchin, who posed a great impact on the ancient astronaut theories, believed that an advanced race of intelligent beings arrived on Earth 450,000 years ago during the Age of Neanderthals, and through genetic engineering, they created modern-day human beings. Moreover, another theory that might support Sitchin’s claims is the mystery of Rh-negative blood which links humans to otherworldly origins.
“If mankind evolved from the same African ancestor then everyone’s blood would be compatible, but it is not. Where did the Rh- negatives come from? Why does the body of an Rh-negative mother carrying an Rh-positive child try to reject her own offspring? Humanity isn’t one race, but a hybrid species,” –Species with Amnesia: Our Forgotten by Robert Sepehr.
The population with the highest concentration of Rh-negative blood type is located between the border of Spain and France in the Pyrenees mountain range. The people that occupy this isolated region are known as the Basque, and they have long confounded anthropologists and historians. The language spoken by the portion of the territory is not related to any other in that part of the world. Up to 35% of Basque people have an Rh-negative blood type that is least likely to mutate or interact with other blood types.
There are 8 most common blood types (A+, A-, B+, B-, O+, O-, AB+, AB-); a classification derived from proteins found on the surface of cells which are basically designed to wage war against bacteria and viruses in the human body. Around 85% of humans in the world are Rh-positive and have no issues receiving blood from positive or negative donors.
Whether Rh-negative blood is just a mutation or not is something that has caused debate among researchers. If it was a mutation, then why are the people who possess Rh-negative blood known for having extra vertebrae? This, just as the blood type, is explained scientifically as being a mutation. However, according to modern DNA sequencing, it is demonstrated that humanity is not just one single race that descended from the same ancestor in Africa, but a hybridized species, with a far more enigmatic truth behind it all.
The fact is if the mother is Rh-negative, her immune system treats Rh-positive fetal cells as if they were a foreign substance. The mother’s body makes antibodies against the fetal blood cells. These antibodies may cross back through the placenta into the developing baby. They destroy the baby’s circulating red blood cells. It suggests somewhere in our lineage that the Rh negatives and the Rh positives are perceived as being profoundly different.
Rh-negative is very rare. It was not spread across the world until colonization started in the 15th century. Rh-negative didn’t exist in the Americas, Southern Africa and Asia. It was only in Europe. According to scientists, modern humans arose in Africa at least 250,000 to 300,000 years ago. They are all Rh-positive. They do not have any Rh-negative, so from where did it evolve?
Robert Sepehr tells in his book “Species with Amnesia: Our Forbidden History” more about the enigmatic blood type Rh-negative. The author suggests that highly advanced civilizations had been on Earth before us, just to be destroyed by some great global catastrophe as mysteriously, history tells us.
Could the Rh-negative blood type offer evidence of a vastly different pre-human evolution than what we are led to believe in our history books? Might it offer indisputable proof of extraterrestrial intervention in the remote past? But if so, is the experimentation with intelligent hominid over, or is it still taking place?
Ancient Origins writes: “Indeed, it is amidst the Basque of France and Spain that we find an odd prevalence of one human blood type known as Rh-negative. The use of Rh here denotes “Rhesus,” as the origins of the blood type were labeled after a common factor shared between humans and the Rhesus monkey; today, the Rh blood group system is one of thirty of the existing current blood group systems recognized by science, of which close to eighty-five percent of humans have. 8 The most common manifestation of the Rhesus blood factor in humans is known as Rh-positive blood. By studying the common factors present between blood types of, for instance, humans and the Rhesus monkey, 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 monkeys.”
Sepehr argues that “highly advanced civilizations have been here before us, just to be destroyed by some great global catastrophe. But for each race that has died out, another has taken its place, with a selected few holding on to the memories and sacred knowledge of the past race. In our vanity, we think we have discovered some of the great truths of science and technology, but we are in fact only just beginning to rediscover the profound wisdom of past civilizations. In many ways, we are like an awakening Species with Amnesia, yearning to reclaim our forgotten past.”
Many believe that Rh-negative blood would be the legacy that the Anunnaki left on Earth among other things.