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Old 01-30-2018, 05:16 PM
 
Location: PRC
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I believe we are all forgetting Travis Walton also. He and the work group out in the woods with him that night have taken multiple lie-detector tests and all of them passed to the satisfaction of the authorities. I think Travis has taken at least 5 tests.

There are videos of implants removed by Dr Roger Lier who died in 2014. He removed 16 or 17 items from people and they were analysed properly. Some had radio frequencies coming from them and some actually moved away from the scalpel as he was trying to remove them.

Abductions are real. It runs in families and lasts for generations with some abductees being taken frequently often multiple times per week or month.

Dr David Jacobs (ufoabduction.com) has written books on it, the latest being "Walking Among Us" where his research has uncovered the fact that alien abductions may be working towards a takeover of our Earth by hybridization.

Abductee women are becoming pregnant and then at 11 or 12 weeks the fetus disappears without any trace of being pregnant. No hormones left, nothing. This has been noted by hospitals.
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Old 01-30-2018, 05:19 PM
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Location: Cody, WY
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I believe we are all forgetting Travis Walton also. He and the work group out in the woods with him that night have taken multiple lie-detector tests and all of them passed to the satisfaction of the authorities. I think Travis has taken at least 5 tests.

There are videos of implants removed by Dr Roger Lier who died in 2014. He removed 16 or 17 items from people and they were analysed properly. Some had radio frequencies coming from them and some actually moved away from the scalpel as he was trying to remove them.

Abductions are real. It runs in families and lasts for generations with some abductees being taken frequently often multiple times per week or month.

Dr David Jacobs (ufoabduction.com) has written books on it, the latest being "Walking Among Us" where his research has uncovered the fact that alien abductions may be working towards a takeover of our Earth by hybridization.

Abductee women are becoming pregnant and then at 11 or 12 weeks the fetus disappears without any trace of being pregnant. No hormones left, nothing. This has been noted by hospitals.
The problem is that you have no actual citations. UFO fan groups don't count.
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Old 01-30-2018, 09:41 PM
 
Location: PRC
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who cares? Only you and a few others like you. You are wasting your time here asking for citations and just trolling.

Just another pseudo-scientist trying to convince folk this phenomenon does not exist.

Thats all good, keep on trying to convince people to bury their head in the sand and stay asleep, nothing to worry about, carry on - nothing to see, the government and the military will look after you. Not.

What I said is true and has been documented by the author above and the well-known true story of Travis Walton made into the film "Fire in the Sky."
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Old 01-30-2018, 10:14 PM
 
Location: Falls Church, Fairfax County
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who cares? Only you and a few others like you. You are wasting your time here asking for citations and just trolling.

Just another pseudo-scientist trying to convince folk this phenomenon does not exist.

Thats all good, keep on trying to convince people to bury their head in the sand and stay asleep, nothing to worry about, carry on - nothing to see, the government and the military will look after you. Not.

What I said is true and has been documented by the author above and the well-known true story of Travis Walton made into the film "Fire in the Sky."
I care. If someone states something as fact they should be able to prove it and not just call other people names because they do not believe their unsubstantiated claims.
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Old 01-31-2018, 01:17 AM
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Location: Cody, WY
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who cares? Only you and a few others like you. You are wasting your time here asking for citations and just trolling.

Just another pseudo-scientist trying to convince folk this phenomenon does not exist.

Thats all good, keep on trying to convince people to bury their head in the sand and stay asleep, nothing to worry about, carry on - nothing to see, the government and the military will look after you. Not.

What I said is true and has been documented by the author above and the well-known true story of Travis Walton made into the film "Fire in the Sky."
Why do you expect anyone to believe your assertions for which you offer no evidence ? I'm not asking for proof, just some evidence.
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Old 01-31-2018, 07:26 PM
 
Location: colorado springs, CO
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Dr David Jacobs (ufoabduction.com) has written books on it, the latest being "Walking Among Us" where his research has uncovered the fact that alien abductions may be working towards a takeover of our Earth by hybridization.
Why would they need to abduct for hybridization? I'm here now... (ha, kidding) ...

Before Rhogam, my blood could have killed every Rh + child following the firstborn & I would only have contributed one +/- child & three -/- children to this world.

Instead; I have contributed eight +/- children & three -/- children.

Even if all my descendants underperform me fertility-wise & only have two children each, I will still have three hundred & thirty: +/- descendants in 5 generations, compared to today's average parent who will have 62.

Meh; still not enough for world domination but what's so bad about being Rh-? The only thing I wouldn't want to pass on is my genetic CRY1 mutation (Martian sleep gene) because it's hard to not have your circadian rhythm set to Earth's rotation & orbit.

I worked night shift most of my life but you still feel as though you are in a permanent state of dysfunction.
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Old 01-21-2020, 07:36 PM
 
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I am an Rh - person & both my parents are Rh positive. Within the last 2 years it was determined that out of 2 generations containing 28 family members, I am the only Rh negative descendant from the 4 grandparents. Both grandmothers were Rh positive, bringing the known total to 1 in 30. The 2 grandfathers are unknown but neither fathered any Rh negatives out of the 10 combined children of my parents generation.

In fact, the only probable Rh negative ancestor to be found anywhere is one 5th Generation paternal grandfather, who’s own father immigrated to the US from Germany in 1857: An Ashkenazi Jew who posed as a Lutheran.

This discovery solved two uncompleted, attempted deathbed confessions from my paternal grandmother & her sister, as both had stated “There is something you need to know about our family ...” & then died that night before ever revealing what it was.

Genetically speaking, the odds of the Rh negative trait (recessive) manifesting itself after 5 generations is literally almost impossible. In fact, when I was first confirmed as Rh negative in 1985, it was considered to discount my father for paternity.

The world-wide incidence of Rh- is around 13%. It is found in 9-13% of northeastern & Atlantic Europeans. It is found in 4-8% of Mediterraneans , Southern Europeans & Middle Easterns. It is found in less than 4% of sub-Saharan Africans (discounting colonization of s Africa) & Asians.

Only two populations will have up to 19% incidence: The Basque & the Ashkenazi Jews. North America has an incidence of 13-15%.

Blood type is one of the least mutateable genetic traits, yet mutation is the only theory available as to its origin. And there has not been a scientific consensus that this is the case. In fact, the evolution of Rh negative blood as a mutation is complicated by the fact that Rh negative mothers, before the development of Rhogam, could only deliver a firstborn Rh positive child, as all subsequent Rh positive children would die shortly after birth, having succumbed to hemolytic disease when the antibodies developed during the first birth would attack the blood cells of future babies.

Yet the Rh positive trait is the dominant trait. This was, in fact, how I first honed in on that 5th generation ancestor; I looked for when the pattern of only children raised by parents who had multiple pregnancies. It was difficult, given high infant mortality rates in general & that genealogy research is done “backwards”, via the living.

There is some speculation that it may have been introduced by the now-extinct Neanderthal race.

Rh positive blood types evolved from primates. In fact, The “Rh” stands for Rhesus, as in the Rhesus monkey. Rh negative means “non-primate origin”.

There are theories that it’s origin may be linked to a Biblical discrepancy where two distinct human races are mentioned:

And it came to pass, when men began to multiply on the face of the earth, and daughters were born unto them, that the sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair; and they took them wives of all which they chose.

And the Lord said, My spirit shall not always strive with man, for that he also is flesh: yet his days shall be an hundred and twenty years.

There were giants in the earth in those days; *(translated as the Nephilim in both the Catholic Bible & the Jewish Tanakh )* and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown
Genesis 6


This biblical reference occurs right before the story of Noah’s Ark & interestingly continues afterwards by referencing the Ashkenazi Jews. Who are also known as German Jews.

The tribe of Ashkenaz; the son of Gomer, who was the son of Japheth, who was the son of Noah. Anthropological evidence of linguistics notes that the land given to “Gomer” was called “Gormania”. And linguistically evolved into “Germany”.

Now; good luck if you wish to further investigate this point of origin! This gets very dicey, despite the advent of DNA technology, as genetically pinpointing those immediate descendants of Noah, could answer the thousands of years old question of “Who are God’s chosen people & who are the rightful inhabitants of Israel?”

Right now, there is a battle of the Holy War being fought in some of the most scientifically advanced laboratories of the world, backed by the financial contributions of religious & political (some militant) organizations. So ...

Alien origin:

The aforementioned Nephilim race (the giants), are thought by some to be the aliens who built the Pyramids in Egypt. There is anthropological evidence that the Basque were involved with the construction of Stonehenge.

Due to some actual physical characteristics of Rh negatives, such as incidence of extra vertebrae & lower body temperature, some have theorized that both the Nephilim & Rh negatives are of Reptilian, or Annunaki, descent. As Neanderthals were known to have taller stature than the other HomoSapien groups, one could wonder if there was a translational error regarding “giants” with “the tall people”.

There is also there more recent historical oddity that Hitler became obsessed with the blood groups, with a particular emphasis on Rh negatives. At one point, the Ashkenazi Jews were selected for the concentration camps designated for scientific experimentation. The most notable of those being his dedication to mass vaccination.

Due to scientific research of mean IQ rates associated with specific races, he was thought to view the Ashkenazi as a direct threat to his “master race” theory (Hitler was Rh positive). Given the suspicion that Rh negatives have a higher incidence of adverse reaction to immunization & given that many vaccine formularies relied on Rhesus monkey seed lots, you might see in what direction this is headed.

My personal dilemma is that having Rh positive parents means that I had to have inherited one negative allele from both maternal & paternal sides & all I can find is one 5th Generation paternal ancestor. My mother, as a 1st Generation American born Greek, contributes only a 4-9% incidence possibility for her 50% of “me”. I’m leaning towards her paternal grandfather as he was reported as having been what is called an “Adonis Greek”: A 6’4”, blonde haired & blue eyed Greek. (?)

Thank you for sharing this! Not much info here on cd about Rh negatives I see, I guess not everyone can be as cool as us.
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Old 01-22-2020, 12:59 PM
 
Location: Maine
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Ee gad. This has nothing to do with aliens.

https://genetics.thetech.org/ask/ask381

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/scien...ypes-86993838/

https://www.theatlantic.com/health/a...-earth/381911/

Attributing this to aliens is akin to phrenology or throwing ze beans up against ze homosexuals to see if ze beans explode. It's very scientific.
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Old 01-22-2020, 01:04 PM
 
Location: Maine
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Finding strange electronic devices is not proof of aliens.

Also, where are these devices?
"You ever seen a UFO in these parts? You ever experienced a period of missing time? You ever had the suspicion that you’ve been abducted by aliens? Have you ever found a metal implant in your body? Have you checked everywhere?" (Fox Mulder)
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Old 01-22-2020, 02:51 PM
 
Location: in your dreams
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Ee gad. This has nothing to do with aliens.

https://genetics.thetech.org/ask/ask381

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/scien...ypes-86993838/

https://www.theatlantic.com/health/a...-earth/381911/

Attributing this to aliens is akin to phrenology or throwing ze beans up against ze homosexuals to see if ze beans explode. It's very scientific.
Thanks for sharing these links. I'm not into aliens, so...yes, this helps. lol
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