One of the books I’m currently reading is Nick Redfern’s Bloodline of the Gods in which he makes the case that those born with RH negative blood types are descendants of the Annunaki, the “gods” who created a hybrid-like species, impregnating the existing humans on Earth with their DNA, presumably to help them save their planet which was doomed to extinction.
Redfern writes that Rh-negatives tend to be more intelligent, healthier and often more psychic than the other 85% of humanity. Interestingly, he attempts to link the bloodtype to those who have had UFO sightings or experiences, positing that aliens are keeping tabs on them since RH-negs are compatible with their own blood type and can thus be used to impregnate women, or alternatively obtain sperm from males to propagate their ailing race.
He mentions the stories of well-known abductees, such as Barney and Betty Brown, who have had sexual encounters with aliens and this brought to mind a story I grew up with: Elizabeth Klarer, a South African meteorologist who claimed to have had a child with an alien. Her contact occurred between 1954 to 1963. I heard the story from my mother, and since her cousin had met the woman at a social gathering, the story has become pretty much part of the family folklore, especially since the afore-mentioned cousin cracked a joke about “the woman who had an alien baby” and discovered she was standing right behind him at the time. Talk about an “Oops!” moment! We all laughed about this, of course!
An interview with Dr. Klarer can be heard on Youtube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z5p8miDbDNU) and her autobiography, Beyond the Light Barrier: The Autobiography of Elizabeth Klarer is available in Kindle or book format from Amazon. It makes for fascinating reading and her message was clear and way ahead of its time: we are destroying our planet through greed.
Redfern’s book is very thought-provoking and hugely contentious since it flies in the face of all accepted religious dogma…yet the stories in the Bible can be interpreted in a way that totally fits his hypothesis, as do myths and legends from other religions and civilizations. I keep an open mind, enjoying any kind of mind expanding controversy, and having my ego stroked (yes, I am Rh-neg!)
I would enjoy some conversation about this, so please add comments if you wish!
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