My blood type is A- and I found this article very interesting- especially the part about and RH negative mother's body attacking an RH positive fetus which is something unseen except in the cases of cross breeding different species! I'll post the link below:
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Answer by canadianmom1974 at 9:06 AM on Sep. 28, 2009
I'm O- and I don't *think* I'm part alien ;) But I do have some really crazy relatives so I guess you never know, lol!
This part of the article cracked me up "Why all this preoccupation genealogy among different people scattered throughout the Earth? No other animal on earth has this preoccupation with ancestry." Yes, that's so true! I've never known a cat to question their origins, LMAO!
Seriously though, I think this article represents how people that feel they are somehow "different" have the need to find a reason or rationality on "Why". People are always looking for common connections or to feel a part of something bigger. I think that's more or less human nature, an innate desire to "bond" and form a "family" or "tribe" for survival. Not aliens seeking out other aliens ;)
IMO, I think evolution alone could explain the RH factor.
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