When I was growing up, the urban myth was that man evolved from monkeys.  However, if that was so, how come there are still monkeys?  That is, why didn’t all monkeys evolve into humans? 

However, science research into man’s origins has come a long way since then. For example, most people have Rh positive blood which shares a common gene with the rhesus monkey. In fact, man’s DNA and the DNA of the rhesus monkey are 93% similar; that’s 93% as compared to, say, the Abyssinian house cat whose genes are 90% similar to humans. Even a lowly sea urchin comes in at 70%. However some humans, although very few Asians or Africans, (and no monkeys), have Rh negative blood.  The real conundrum is that Rh negative blood has no predecessor anywhere on the planet, which is why I refer to it as the blood of the gods. 

According to a recent study by molecular biologists Alan Wilson and Rebecca Cann, who originally popularized the Out Of Africa evolutionary theory, man’s DNA can be traced back 400,000 years…to Australia and the aboriginals there. That’s Australia… and not Africa.  Problem is that Australia does not have monkeys and never has had either.  Further, DNA results from these ancient aboriginals as well as China and another location in Asia show that man mixed genetically with unknown species. Somewhat similarly, geneticists say that some of man’s DNA has an extraterrestrial origin.

So, what does this all add up to? Did life really begin in Australia? Despite all the advances in genetics research, a lot of uncertainties still exist.  There is one thing that I am certain of, though.  That is, “the powers that be” will continue to hide the truth of man’s origins from the masses.  It’s a dirty little secret that you’re not supposed to know about… but, of course, now you know (well, sort of).


“What has happened is that genetics has become a branch of information technology. It is pure information. It’s digital information. It’s precisely the kind of information that can be translated digit for digit, byte for byte, into any other kind of information and translated back again. This is a major revolution. I suppose it’s probably ‘the’ major revolution in the whole history of our understanding of ourselves.”  – Richard Dawkins                                               

Blood of the Gods


A recent article in Nature News says that a new DNA study from the Harvard Medical School, in collaboration with the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, found that ancient man  had sex with a still unknown species.  That interbreeding apparently helped produce some of the variety that is found in humans today.

However despite all the advanced research in genetics, no one has been able to adequately explain why some people have Rh negative blood. Since life presumably originated in Africa (with Rh positive blood), it’s a mystery as to why Rh negative blood even exists today.  So a little background is perhaps in order.

Rh positive refers to an antigen found in our bodies and means, in effect, that there is a DNA link to the Rhesus monkey.  Rh negative, then, means that the blood does not share a common DNA with the Rhesus monkey.  The really shocking conclusion is that people with Rh negative blood do not share an evolutionary background with the primate family.  Therefore, the commonly held theory of evolution is totally lacking for an explanation of this phenomenon.

Of course, some people would like you to believe that this was all the result of some random mutation of unknown origin.  However, blood is highly resistant to mutation in any form. For example, the body of a pregnant woman who has Rh negative blood may reject her Rh positive baby while it is in the womb. That’s because our bodies have an immune system which can identify and attack anything which is foreign to the body, like an invading virus or bacteria.  In this case, the immune system of a Rh negative body can attack a Rh positive  fetus.

However, the body of a Rh positive mother does not fight the Rh negative baby she is carrying. The reason is that Rh blood (type O) can be given to any person with Rh positive blood. Everyone on the face of the earth can receive Rh negative type ‘O’ blood, but these very same ‘O’ negative people cannot receive blood from any other type except their own.  It’s, therefore, the universal blood type; in effect, the blood of the gods.

Certainly if we were to believe the Bible, the sons of God (some would say Fallen Angels) interbred with the daughters of Man.  That had to have had some long-term genetic repercussions on the species.  It might also explain the report that ancient man had sex with some unknown species.  Could it be related to why the Vatican is so obsessed with searching the heavens through a billion-dollar telescope named Lucifer?