Some people have the antigen (Rh-positive) and some people don't (Rh-negative.)
The term Rhesus (Rh) blood group system refers to the 5 main Rhesus antigens (C, c, D, E and e) The Rhesus factor is an antigen, or more specifically a protein, that exists on the surface of red blood cells.
Rhesus factor gets its name from experiments conducted in 1937 by scientists Karl Landsteiner and Alexander S. Weiner. These revolutionary case studies involved rabbits which, when injected with the Rhesus monkey's red blood cells, produced an antibody present in the red blood cells of many humans--the Rhesus factor.A patient's Rh status effects how he or she handles blood transfusions or organ transplants. Rh negative blood mixed with positive blood clots as the Rh- attacks the Rh+ blood, which is visible to the naked eye. This Rh- blood factor is not related to the Rhesus monkey in which we evolved from (that is if u believe we are human/monkey hybrids)
"Joshua David, an Rh-negative think tank believes in having connections to a select group of angels known as the "Watchers". Oral Roberts University alumni from Beverly Hills.Joshua claims from the Biblical quotes that, Rh-negative blood originated from the Watcher angels who interbred with human women during the pre-flood era, eventually producing giants known as nephilims. The watcher angels were quoted as such in the book of Enoch and as "sons of God" in Genesis 6,4. The allele pattern of this genetic survival has led to speculations of Rh-negative genes passed on to Enoch, Noah and the post-flood humanity. The blood of Jesus is sourced as Rh-negative (AB) from the shroud evidence."What is Exactly is Rh-negative ?
The blood type (O, A, B, AB) and the Rh factor simply mean that a person's blood has certain specific characteristics. The blood type is found as proteins on red blood cells and in body fluids. The Rh factor is a protein that is found on the covering of the red blood cells. If the Rh factor protein is present on the cells, the person is Rh positive. If there is no Rh factor protein, the person is Rh negative. http://www.healthsystem.virginia.edu/UVAHealth/peds_hrpregnant/rhdiseas.cfm
Pregnant Rh-negative Mothers
If you are Rh-negative, you may develop antibodies to an Rh-positive baby. The mother produces antibodies (including IgG) against the Rhesus D antigens on her baby's red blood cell
"They break down the fetus's red blood cells and produce anemia (the blood has a low number of red blood cells). This condition is called hemolytic disease or hemolytic anemia. It can become severe enough to cause serious illness, brain damage, or even death in the fetus or newborn. Prevented in most cases with the medication called immunoglobulin (RhIg). http://www.americanpregnancy.org/pregnancycomplications/rhfactor.html "Another term for this condition is :Rh disease
Also known as Rh (D) disease, Rhesus disease, RhD Hemolytic Disease of the Newborn, Rhesus D Hemolytic Disease of the Newborn or RhD HDN) is one of the causes of hemolytic disease of the newborn (also known as HDN). The disease ranges from mild to severe. When the disease is mild the fetus may have mild anaemia with reticulocytosis. When the disease is moderate or severe the fetus can have a more marked anaemia and erythroblastosis (erythroblastosis fetalis). When the disease is very severe it can cause morbus haemolyticus neonatorum, hydrops fetalis, or stillbirth. wikiHuman Rh-'s females are the only species that has the Rh Disease, where the mothers blood attacks the fetus's. A horse and a donkey can have mules.. zebra and horse can also carry each others fetus.
Some 55% of Basques have Group 'O' blood, one of the highest percentages in the world. The Basques are well-known to have the highest percentage (around 33%) of Rhesus-negative blood of any human population and so are regarded as the original source of this factor.Another Theory
How the Neanderthals became the Basques
All modern humans probably shared a common ancestor 150,000 or 200,000 years in the past. It was concluded that Neanderthals were probably a fully separate species from modern humans, not just a subspecies.
"From a combination of old and new evidence, it appears that at last we have a satisfactory answer to the age-old question of 'What Happened to the Neanderthals?'. If the current reasoning is correct, their descendants are still with us, and we call them the Basques. David Noel"
"Basques were the original inhabitants of Europe, and the architects of Stonehenge and similar megalithic structures. These constructions apparently used a unique system of measurement based on the number 7 (instead of 10, 12, or 60), representing a separate origin of a mathematical system"
To round out the present scenario, it is suggested that the present world population is a complex hybrid mixture of at least two human species, one classed as Homo neanderthalensis, the other (or others -- if the A and B blood factors originated from separate species) as Homo sapiens. The genes from these species are now so intermixed (as in cultivated roses) as to make the species name indeterminate."
Another theory is that the Basques where the Sea ppl, from Atlantis where the first ppl who started to populate Europe after the great flood and or the destruction of Atlantis
Basques could be the original Europeans who painted the comic strips and other art in the caves of southern France and northern Spain which includes the Chauvet-Pont-d' Arc cave and the Lascaux cave paintings found in the Pyrennes. - Megalithic PortalShirley Andrews states in her book; Insights from a Lost Civilization "RH negative blood is a characteristic of Atlantean decendents" Insights from a Lost Civilization the unique langueage of -Eushera sets them aside from all other EU decendents.
1978 Basque poet Jacinth Verdaguer published a beautiful poem preserving for posterity his ppls respect for their ancient homeland - Atlantis.
Egypt King Ramesses III mentions the Basque sea go'ers as " Pioneers of the Atlantic " and had recorded dipomatic contact and trade, they wrote about the Sea Peoples from the Great Green Sea.