If you have ever researched the Rhesus blood grouping system, you probably already know that there is something mighty peculiar about the rhesus negative status. The Rhesus blood grouping system is differentiated from the ABO system, dealing with separate groups of antigens.
First, to give some foundation information on blood grouping: the ABO blood grouping system reflects whether a person has the antigen “A”, or the antigen “B”, or has both, or neither. “O” simply stands for zero, or “null”, having no A or B antigens.
The Rhesus blood group system contains some 50 different antigens, but the one of great importance is the “D” antigen. It is the D which determines the rh status of an individual.
This, the most immunogenic of the Rhesus factors, is key in knowing what individuals can donate blood or tissue to another without complications. The presence of a D antigen will not be tolerated by a body which does not have it, just as an A or B will not be tolerated by a type O.
Most people do have the D antigen, the function of which is said to not be fully understood in the medical field, though there is sufficient evidence to suggest that it plays a role in cellular respiration facilitation, or the transference of oxygen from the red blood cell to tissue and co2 from tissue to red blood cell.
If you live in the U.S., you have about a 15% chance of not having the D antigen present on the surface of your red blood cells.
This next statistic is highly speculative, (as i have no way of measuring this) but i will venture a guess that if you live in the U.S. and are reading this article, the chances that you are rh negative are better than 70%. I’ll explain that speculation a bit more further on.
The supposition that the scientific community has expected you to believe about the origins of this strange deletion of a blood antigen in some people is that it derives from a completely random mutation of unknown origin.
The blood being as highly resistant to random mutation as it is, it would not seem likely that this accounts for it.
Furthermore… there is no other known anomaly in all of nature that can literally turn a mother’s body against it’s unborn offspring as if it were a foreign entity.
Where it is found in nature, (not referred to as rh status in all species) the absence of a blood antigen in a parent animal which can destroy it’s own fetus that is positive for the antigen, occurs in novelty and hybridized strains, such as mules.
In other words, where man has done some selective breeding of animals, or the breeding of animals which would not naturally breed together, there arises the potential for haemolytic disease.
When we see the body reject some tissue, as it would in the case of organ transplant, we automatically understand that the reason is because the body does not recognize the tissue as it’s own.
Rhesus factor Haemolytic disease is offset these days by a drug called Rhogam, which, just as in the case of organ transplant, is an anti-rejection agent designed to stop the rh negative mother’s body from attacking the rh positive fetus’ body.
In the most dire of circumstances, haemolytic disease will cause the rh positive fetus to be killed by it’s mother’s antibodies… in lesser circumstances, the baby is subject to the possibility of a number a serious congenital deficiencies which might manifest as mental disabilities like schizophrenia.
It has been often reported that there is a list of odd circumstances surrounding rh negative individuals… it’s really very unfortunate that the scientific community does not offer the public great quantities of answers related to these things…
Though it’s not impossible to research some of the findings which relate rh status to certain other characteristics… just try it. More often than not, you will run into documents that are provided by medical journals which you will have to pay to read.
Not all data requires the input of the medical field to observe though… so i will mention a few that the average person can verify for themselves in everyday life.
Rh negative individuals tend to be “Caucasian”… though it is not impossible to find people of African descent with an rh negative status, these people usually have what is referred to a “weak” or inactive D antigen… a D antigen is present but it is dormant and non-functional.
People of Asian origin with rh negative status are almost non-existent. Perhaps in obvious relation to that, rh negatives tend to have blue, green or hazel eye color… though you will find that those eye colors are far more common in rh negative Caucasians than in rh positive ones.
RH negatives think differently… this is from where my speculation on the percentage of those who are reading this comes.
Even if you are unaware of your blood type and you did not access this subject because you are already aware you are rh negative, chances are… you are.
The reason for this is because it is the nature of the rh negative brain to think in an unconventional way. These individuals seek out subject matters which are beyond the scope of average information, socially accepted answers and assumptions.
They tend to gravitate towards challenging information and are not deterred by a sense of something being “too weird” to look into. They accept the “abnormal” and delve into the unknown with fervor, and yet not without a serious bent towards the analytical and technical.
Rh negative people don’t assimilate well… this can be looked at in one of two ways.
Some might see these types in society as individuals who are difficult to get along with, do not follow rules well or fit into the the mainstream of society.
On the other hand, they are greatly resistant to propaganda and do not readily believe the status quo answer to many questions in life.
They might seek beyond the teaching of the normal educational system, and rh negative children tend to become incredibly bored by the structure of teaching in public schools.
The result of this lack of assimilation into “normal” society either seems to produce people who really achieve beyond the norm, or become a complete societal “drop out”.
Rh negative people have strength, but little stamina… there is a tendency in connection with cellular respiration and an endocrine system which functions differently, and the rh negative status.
These people might very well find that they can produce bursts of strength and speed that seem disproportionate to their size, but for a very limited time.
The ability of the adrenals to be kicked into a hyper-drive at the drop of a hat accounts for the bursts of strength and speed, but the lack of a well facilitated system of cellular respiration means that the body exhausts itself quickly.
RH negative people might be more likely to lift a car off of a victim pinned beneath it than run a marathon.
RH negatives have hyper-acute sensory perception… while it might seem magical or mystical to talk about such a thing as “ESP”… in reality what accounts for the ability to perceive beyond what seems normal is simply a brain which receives at a conscious level, the very smallest stimuli of a normal sense, such as hearing, vision, touch, etc..
Whereas most would only receive these small stimuli on a subconscious level and not process it to be “surface aware” of it… the rh negative individual will more likely recognize these little cues.
Brain waves, as we know, are electrical… they can be heard and they can be felt… but they are not normally perceived. Those who do perceive them would be called “telepathic”.
RH negatives have an innate draw towards spirituality, but also an innate reluctance towards YHWH and Christian scripture…
Those with an Rh negative factor will often find themselves incredibly interested, in an almost instinctive way, in all things “mythological”, pagan and new age. At the same time, there is a pull back from all things which relate to Judeo-Christian teaching.
It is interesting to note that a proven phenomenon called genetic memory might be at work here. The process by which the memory of a hundreds of ancestors throughout history will imprint upon their descendant in their very DNA has been called “The Monarch Effect”.
This makes a tendency toward pagan tradition coming from a bloodline which is the Origin of such, a sensible result. Also interesting to note, is that those rh negatives who do make a decision to follow YHWH often end up being the most zealous and faithful of followers.
I have personally never met any confirmed rh negative individual who called themselves an atheist… a belief in some spiritual reality seems to be ingrained in them.
Rh negative people are drawn to one another… it is incredibly interesting to observe.
It would seem that whether you might attribute it to subtle chemical signals humans unconsciously perceive through smell… or whether it is the recognition of the similar pattern of brain wave stimuli, or simply a case of “birds of a feather”… people of an rh negative status find each other, and stick together.
Perhaps the need to find others who understand them in a world which makes them feel so very different from the “norm” is a great driving force that brings them into each others lives.
There are quite a few other curiosities which surround this blood type… though most of them are much harder to observe or otherwise research.
One of those is the connection between the rh negative status and reports of “alien” abduction, another is the reports of certain whistle-blowers who have accused the CIA and other agencies of keeping a database and tracking those with the negative status throughout their lives.
Understanding that the world is rife with pride, and every person alive has had a pride problem since the fall of man, obviously this often leads those who know they have a negative rh status to find proof of their “specialness”.
I’m not here to uphold anyone’s ego, though… there is nothing “special” about the lack of the D antigen in one’s blood… there is something anomalous about it however.
This blood abnormality derives from angels who “crossed the line”. In all aspects… physically, mentally, spiritually… the result of being rh negative has certain seeming advantages, and some disadvantages, but one is not despised by their Creator based on the origin of their birth, even if that origin was not in His will…in the same way He would not despise the person who was a child born of rape or unmarried parents.
We all have the same choices to make for or against Him. What knowing your rh negative status, and what it means, is able do for you though… is to help you come to terms with the reasons you have felt “different” all along – and to come to understand that your Creator can use what is different about you to work great things in your life for His name’s sake.
From my perspective… i find it particularly awesome when i come across rh negatives who are called to faith in Him.