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The People With Rh Negative Blood Type Are Not From Our Planet

The newest theory implies that humans with blood type Rh negative are part of an Extraterrestrial ancestry.

People have four general blood types: A, B, AB and 0. This categorization is deduced by the scientists from proteins which can be found on the surface of cells that are made to fight back bacteria and viruses in the human body. The majority of people are born with these proteins meaning they are Rh positive. Yet, a small portion of people is Rh-negative which means they have an absence of these proteins. Throughout the year’s scientists have been in a constant search for the answer that explains the existence of this phenomenon.

Recently, scientists believe they found a captivating discovery concerned with the Rh positive and negative. This fascinating theory claims that in the past, extraterrestrial forms of life came to the Earth, and through genetic modification, they made the today’s Rh-negative human with an intention to make a race of servants.

The Rh negative type is most common at The Basque people of Spain and France. About 30% have Rh negative and around 60% carry one negative gene.

By the opinion of the researchers, this is the reason why Rh-negative mothers can’t sustain fetuses with Rh-positive blood. In such a way, this extreme discovery is hard to explain but certainly could be a result of an ancient genetic manipulation.

This theory dates back to ancient Sumerian times, when the Annunaki, an eminently intelligent alien race, came to Earth and started creating the first human societies.

Thus, the Rh negative could be the heritage the Annunaki left on Earth many years ago together with some other materials. To be even more compelling, the negative Rh blood is typical, for instance, the British royal family possesses it. This fact developed conspiracy theories that they could have extraterrestrial origins.

WHAT IF A SMALL PART OF THE HUMANS IN THE WORLD HAS A GENETIC CODE DERIVED IN THE PAST BY ALIENS?

Even though it is not scientifically confirmed, it is highly possible that Rh negative people could be connected with extraterrestrial creatures. And this could change the whole history of human life on Earth!

Genesis 6:2 “The sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair; and took them wives, all of which they chose.”

Genesis 6:4 “God came into the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, and the same became mighty of old.” From the King James Bible: “men-children – men of Israel, male children of God, not children of man – Ex. 34:23.” Ex. 34:7 states “The iniquity of the father will be unto the children unto the fourth generation.”

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Corpses Thrash Around For a Year After Death

People spinning in their graves is actually quite common, according to gruesome new scientific research.

As bodies decompose, they tend to slowly-but-surely writhe around for a year or longer, according to Agence France-Presse. This disturbing factoid comes courtesy of scientists at the Australian Facility for Taphonomic Experimental Research — a “body farm” where human corpses are made available for scientific research — and it could have far-reaching implications for forensic investigators.

To determine how corpses wriggle around over time, Australian scientists photographed a man’s corpse — donated to the body farm for study — every half hour for 17 months, according to research published last month in a new journal called Forensic Science International: Synergy.

Troublingly, the body’s arms started down along its sides — but ended up outstretched.

“We think the movements relate to the process of decomposition, as the body mummifies and the ligaments dry out,” Central Queensland University scientist Alyson Wilson told AFP.

Wilson told AFP that she hopes her discovery can help improve forensic investigators interact with bodies at crime scenes. Time-lapse photography is already a commonly-used practice to monitor decomposition and calculate the time of death, but understanding how bodies move over time could make those calculations more accurate.

“Once I observed a movement in a previous study, I started researching and couldn’t find anywhere in the world that looks at quantifying the movement,” Wilson told AFP, “so I thought ‘OK, I’m going to do this.’”

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Video of a floating rock in a Japanese cemetery

The small rock bounced and spun around in the air for almost two minutes, even after being caught and touched by a person.

Cemeteries are spooky places. Being surrounded by monuments preserving the ashes of people no longer in this world is, to be honest, definitely creepy. The somber vibe of the place doesn’t help either. You just can’t help but think, even in the back of your mind, that there are spirits hanging around, watching…waiting.

Some people want nothing to do with ghosts, but some people would love to see them. Which are you? And would you believe a mysterious video of a stone floating in the air in a cemetery?

This video was uploaded by Twitter user Kazuki Sakai (@skazuk1929), and appears to show a small white rock floating in the air, moving all over the place, in a small space surrounded by Jizo statues.

At first, when the video starts, you don’t know quite what you’re looking at, but once the focus is on the right spot, you can see a small, white thing that appears to be bouncing around in the little square in front the statues. It looks a bit like a flower petal picked up by the wind, but it doesn’t quite seem to be moving like one. An older man bends down to get a closer to look at it, and after a few seconds begins to reach his hand out to touch the space around it. You can see that it’s actually floating high enough off the ground for his hand to fit underneath.

A small crowd is apparently watching, and their puzzlement is evident in their comments. “It isn’t a stone, is it?” “Creepy!” “What is going on?” It then begins to spin quickly while rocking back and forth as it hovers over the ground. Someone suggests that it’s a bug, so the man flaps his hand at it, but that doesn’t affect the stone’s movement in the least.

Then someone recommends he touch it, so he scoops it up in his hand, where it lays for a little bit. He examines it, and confirms it to be a small, light rock. It’s hard to see in the video, but it does appear to have angular edges. Shortly afterwards, it floats off of his hand, and flies almost jubilantly in buoyant in circles, towards the Jizo statues and back.

At this point the spectators are convinced that it’s a spirit, and guess that it was happy to be touched, considering how joyfully it seems to bop around in the air. Kazuki, the user who uploaded the video, also mentions that a nearby stone pillar had fallen over, and when they fixed it, the stone fell to the ground. Perhaps the rock had been possessed by a spirit that was awoken by the change in its environment?

Many Japanese netizens would disagree. They assumed that the moving rock was the result of some kind of trick.

“Isn’t it because of magnetic forces?”
“It’s being moved by an invisible thread.”
“Since it’s spinning so much I think it’s caught on something.”
“I know this trick! It’s Wingardium Leviosa. You learn it in the first year at Hogwarts. I can do it too.”
“Before, on TV, they showed a much bigger rock floating around but it turned out to be because of a spider web.”
“Instead of the stone I was more concerned with how long the old guy’s pinky nail was lol”

Still, some netizens were intrigued and found it to be evidence of paranormal activity.

“This is a UFO!”
“When I first saw the video I got chills up my spine, but I feel much better knowing your family was warmly watching over it, and to hear you say it was happy when it was bouncing around.”
“People are saying it’s a magic trick, but why is it so hard to believe that the little rock was alive and happily moving around?”
“When the stone got all happy after it was touched, I thought it was cute. This is definitely more mysterious than scary, isn’t it?”
“That’s very mysterious! How interesting.”
“Please be careful.”

Twitter/@skazuk1929 via Kinisoku
Images: Twitter/@skazuk1929

Source: Sora News24

What do you think? Paranormal activity, some strange phenomenon or a trick?

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Teen who only ate crisps and chips goes blind

Image Credit: CC BY-SA 2.0 Ewan Munro

Fussy eating taken to extreme levels is dangerous. 

Experts have warned about the dangers of fussy eating after one teen’s diet caused him to lose his eyesight.

Most of us will have gone through a period of fussy eating at one stage or another while growing up, but for one 17-year-old, a diet of only chips, crisps and bread has brought about dire consequences.

The teenager, whose name has been withheld for legal reasons, first started to feel unwell at the age of 14 and at the time was suspected of having vitamin B12 deficiency, but after failing to keep up with taking supplements and continuing his terrible diet, within three years he had started to go blind.

“His diet was essentially a portion of chips from the local fish and chip shop every day,” said Dr Denize Atan. “He also used to snack on crisps – Pringles – and sometimes slices of white bread and occasional slices of ham, and not really any fruit and vegetables.”

“He explained this as an aversion to certain textures of food that he really could not tolerate, and so chips and crisps were really the only types of food that he wanted and felt that he could eat.”

Although the 17-year-old was not underweight, he was severely malnourished.

“He had lost minerals from his bone, which was really quite shocking for a boy of his age,” said Dr Atan. “He had blind spots right in the middle of his vision.”

He has since been referred to both a dietitian and a specialist mental health team.

Whether he will ever fully regain his sight however remains unclear.

Source: BBC News

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