Scientists say people with ‘negative RH’ blood type don’t belong to Earth

All types of human blood contain and are classified by protein amounts – except the negative RH type, ie. Is it possible that humans who have this latter type of blood really come from Mars, Venus, or other parts of the universe? 

Well, since the known laws of physics break the horizons of black holes, really anything is possible. But is it likely that blood with negative RH has supernatural origins?

Only 15% of humans  have this strange blood type and in addition these individuals have also been described as having strange personal characteristics. 

Interestingly, negative RH blood can be used by any human who needs a transfusion, but people with negative blood that flow naturally through the veins cannot use any other blood. In addition, the vast majority of these individuals reside in northern Europe. 

Even more fascinating are the facts that these people tend to have green or blue eyes, naturally orange hair, cold body temperatures and sensitivity to hot temperatures.

Most intriguingly, there are claims that their physical, mental and emotional awareness is increased – and no, this is not a sneaky entry for an upcoming movie or any kind of promotion! 

In fact it is well known that pregnant women with negative RH type blood have extreme difficulty giving birth when their babies also have the same blood type; In this situation, it is no exaggeration to say that the woman’s body really tries to kill the baby inside her. 

But is all this enough to conclude that Martian, Venusian, or other alien theories are correct? 

Perhaps a more important question to ask yourself is what will happen – or what should happen – if one of the theories is true.

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