People With Rhesus Negative Blood May Belong To The Nephilim Race
Do you have rhesus (RH) negative blood? If yes, then you may belong to the Nephilim group. Neph...
Before any violent or celebratory reactions, let's know what is the origin of the word, Nephilim. In Hebrew, its literal meaning is to fall, like a fallen angel. If yoz check the Bible, the Talmud and the Koran, Nephilim all speaks as "fallen angels." In the Book of Genesis from the Bible, Nephilim produced children with humans. One Nephilim-Human creature was even depicted as the one who killed Japheth, Noah’s son. He took his place whereupon he have fathered many children with Japheth’s unsuspecting wife which eventually populated majority of Northern Europe. Genetic experts can’t fully explain where the origin of this side may have originated. They cited fallen angels or aliens as most likely to be the possible sources.
The genetic experts believes that Nephilim race have higher than average IQ, more sensitive vision and other senses, lower body temperature, higher blood pressure, increased occurrence of psychic/intuitive abilities, predominantly blue, green, or hazel eyes, red or reddish hair, increased sensitivity to heat and sunlight, cannot be cloned and has extra vertebra.
The population for the Rhesus Negative is already very special as very few (15%) people fall within the interesting category. But what does Rhesus Negative really mean? Of all the human blood types, O is the most common. It is a universal blood type. Blood types are further broken down into two groups, negative and positive. This is called the RH factor. The RH factor is the Rhesus (rhesus as in monkey) blood factor. If your blood tests positive for this, you have the factor in your blood. If you test negative, you do not have the factor in your blood.
The origin of the RH - blood type has puzzled scientists throughout years. Could the source for the RH - blood truly came from human-like beings from another planet? Or maybe we are just as alien as they are?