I’ve just turned 69, a milestone I never thought I’d achieve. For the past couple of years, I haven’t worked and have introspectively explored all of the above and more. Who we are and what we become is a blend of genetics and experience. I had no control over the genetics and they may very well have shaped my experiences. Researching and writing this has been a cathartic experience. I encourage all O-Neg Lefties to do further research to help understand themselves.
I’ve always felt different… not special, but different, even as a child. I never had more than a few “friends”. In did poorly in school, didn’t belong to any clubs, rarely dated and didn’t attend dances or proms. I abused both alcohol and drugs for a few years long ago. I quit both drinking and psychedelics in my 20’s. I smoked weed for decades, but quit it a few years ago. I’ve formed very few friendships throughout my life and am only in touch with the man I immigrated to Canada with, although we’ve had long periods of non-contact. I have a distant relationship with my two surviving brothers. I’ve abused my health and rarely see a doctor. Around ten years ago I went to give blood and the nurse informed me that my blood pressure was 230/140 and that I should go immediately to the hospital for emergency treatment. I didn’t but now take medication to control it. The years I lived in that condition are a blur. I am uncomfortable in crowds, cities and enclosed spaces. I have a fear of heights and would never skydive or bungee jump, but enjoy flying in small aircraft. The smouldering wreckage of bridges burned litter my past and I still have matches left in my pocket. I never pursued a career and have had more jobs than I can count. I think it’s around 20. Few, if any, past employers would have me back. Places I’ve lived are an even higher count. I’ve been married twice and tanked a number of relationships I’ve had between marriages. I can be angry and ornery, but not violent. I have few beliefs that have guided my life. I’m an atheist and believe we simply fade to black and return to star dust at death. I don’t vote or otherwise participate in the (s)election process. I’m not interested in “getting ahead” or amassing wealth and understand that the fiat money system is an illusion. In fact, I believe life as we know it is an illusion. How do you like me so far?
Between 10-12% of people on earth are “lefties.” Women are more likely to be right-handed than men by about 4 percentage points Many sources claim that left-handers may die as many as nine years earlier than right-handers. Because I’m left handed and have O-neg blood, my genetics represent less than 1% of the population.
Tests conducted by St. Lawrence University in New York found that there were more left-handed people with IQs over 140 than right-handed people. Famous left-handed intellectuals include Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, and Benjamin Franklin. Here’s a list of other famous left-handers. Here’s another list.
The Incas thought left-handers were capable of healing and that they possessed magical abilities.
The North American Zuni tribe believed left-handedness signified good luck.
Many artistic representations of the devil show him to be left-handed
Lefties are more likely to show signs of post-traumatic stress disorder than righties
According to a small study published in the Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, lefties are more prone to having negative emotions. In addition, they seem to have a more difficult time processing their feelings. Again, this seems to be related to the brain-hand connection.
Both the Jewish and Christian traditions are strongly right-handed in their nature and practices. For Catholics, Anglicans, Episcopalians, and other denominations, the priest must present the communion wafer with the right hand, and the communicant accepts it with the right hand. All benedictions must be made with the right hand, and a priest symbolizes the “strong right hand of God”. Left-handed people have long been viewed with a certain amount of suspicion.
Recently, science has shown that there might be a solid reason for that. In 2013, Yale University researcher Jadon Webb conducted a survey among patients diagnosed with different types of psychotic illnesses, including schizophrenia. Participants in the study were asked to fill out a questionnaire, which included the question about which hand they wrote with. The results were surprising. Researchers found that about 40 percent of those who were suffering from psychosis were left-handed. That’s a significant percentage, considering that only about 10 percent of the population is left-handed.
Lefties have a greater chance of being a genius- or having a high IQ. Researchers aren’t sure why, but those who are left handed seem to make up a disproportionately large part of those who are highly intelligent. For example, twenty percent of all Mensa members are left-handed. When you consider that less than 10 percent of the total population is left handed, this makes for a lot of smart lefties. Some think this genius stems from being forced to use both sides of the brain more often, allowing these individuals to more easily process a large amount of information.
Left handed people are less likely to follow trends. They are typically the creator of trends. They have rebellious personalities which is not necessarily a negative. The rebellious personality type can be channeled into a positive role and be used to affect necessary change.
In the Western world, left-handedness has long been associated with the worst of the worst: sin, devil worship, Satan himself, and just an all-around bad position with God. Catholic schoolteachers used to tell students that left-handedness was “the mark of the Beast,” the Scots say a person with terrible luck must have been baptized by a left-handed priest, and orthodox Jews wrap their left arms in the leather strap of tefillin as if to say, in the words of Rabbi Lawrence Kushner: “Here I am, standing with my dangerous side bridled, ready to pray ” The Bible is full of references to hands, and usually they are about God doing something benevolent and holy with his right hand. I’ll spare you the run-through and stick to a token example, like this one from Psalms 118: “The right hand of the Lord is exalted. The right hand of the Lord doeth valiantly.”
O-Neg Blood Type
People with negative blood do not have the Rhesus (Rh) blood group system, which includes many antigens, most noticeably the D antigen. An antigen is anything that riles up our immune system into making antibodies, and we have a lot–about 50–that are in our blood. One of the top five most important antigens in our blood is the D antigen and if you lack this particular one, you are Rh negative. Your Rh status describes whether or not you have a protein on the surface of red blood cells. If you don’t have the Rh factor, you’re considered Rh-negative; if you have it, you’re Rh-positive. About 85 percent of people are Rh-positive, though it varies by race. For African Americans, about 90-95 percent are Rh-positive, and for Asians, the figure is 98 to 99 percent.
It is acknowledged that blood factors are transmitted with more exactitude than any other human or animal characteristic. While it is known that Type O RH negative blood is the purest blood known to mankind, it is not known from where the negative factor originates, but the RH negative factor makes the blood ‘pure’. Pure enough to be the universal blood of the world.
O-negative blood group is the “universal donor” blood group. This means that a person with any blood group can receive O-negative blood. This is very important in emergency situations when a person requires immediate blood transfusion and there is no time to test his/her blood group. Such person can be transfused an O-negative blood. People with O-negative blood group can only receive O-negative blood.
The most common blood type is O positive (O+) and the rarest is AB negative (AB-).
6.6% of the world population has O negative (O-) and 0.6% of the population has AB negative (AB-). However, AB- is compatible with O-, A-, and AB- while O- is only compatible with the same blood type.
Science is attempting to make the recipe for RH negative ‘O’ blood, but without success. The protein in positive blood can be cloned, but not so of the negative blood – which is quite interesting. If the RH negative factor does not derive from any known earthly link – from where did it originate? Some sources claim it’s source is the Annunaki or other extraterrestrials.
Self-perception among Type O people is much more keen than that among other blood types. It was also determined through years of collecting data that Type O people have a higher standard that they hold themselves to than the standard of all the other blood types combined.
If not careful the O negatives can become very withdrawn, as they tend to not be able to make sense of their less mentally and spiritually developed peers.
Science cannot explain us, Medicine cannot categorise us, Theology does not recognise us – and most people simply cannot understand us. We do not conform to any known evolutionary template, nor do we ‘fit in’ with the greater majority of humankind.
O neg left-handers represent less than 1% of the world’s population
Nowhere else in nature will you find a species like ours, one that physically rejects all other blood types but it’s own, nor will you find another species who’s females naturally reject a foetus which carries another blood type. We can freely donate our blood to all, yet to receive any but our own type will cause untold illness, disease or death in us. We are Rhesus Negative. We are nature’s Outlaws.
Rh negative people often describe the general population as sheep-like and are sceptical regarding news feeling a strong sense of being lied to and being dumbed down.
Rh negative people feel at peace in nature and sometimes out of place in random groups consumed and overwhelmed by other people´s energy.
Rh negative people seem to have different sets of fears more rotating around being afraid of not having enough time to do what they want, a sense of responsibility towards the world as a whole suffering from observing destruction and a fear of not living up to their potential making a needed difference rather than allowing themselves to succumb to the general sets of worries more socially accepted as reasons to panic.
O negative tempers can not only catapult them into leadership, but also lead to isolation, self destructive behaviour and alienating others.
They often believe in things that others may not and are different, have felt different and care for the future of mankind
Here are some commonly found traits of RH Negative people: I’ve highlighted those that I feel apply to myself, however this is subjective and based on a perceived “normal”.
A feeling of not belonging
Sense of a “Mission” in life
Empathy & Compassion for Mankind
An extra rib or vertebra. ?? Have never been told this, but it could be
Higher than average IQ
Love of Space & Science
More sensitive vision & other senses.
Increased psychic/intuitive abilities
Cannot be cloned
Lower body temperature
Higher blood pressure
Predominantly Green or Hazel eyes that change colour like a chameleon
Red or reddish tint to hair colour
Increased sensitivity to heat & sunlight
Larger than average skulls
More affected by PTSD
Prone to Alien Abductions
Experience unexplained phenomenon
Physic Dreams and/or Ability
A sense of not belonging to the human race
In the study of genetics, we find that we can only inherit what our ancestors had except in the case of mutation. We can have any of numerous combinations of traits inherited from all our ancestors. Nothing more and nothing less.
RH Positive blood can be traced back to the Rhesis monkey and all other primates, but RH negative blood CANNOT. In fact, it cannot be traced anywhere else in nature.
Rh-negative brains think in an unconventional way. These individuals seek out subject matters which are beyond the scope of average information, socially accepted answers and assumptions. They tend to gravitate towards challenging information and are not deterred by a sense of something being “too weird” to look into. They accept the “abnormal” and delve into the unknown with fervor, and yet not without a serious bent towards the analytical and technical.
Rh negative people don’t assimilate well… this can be looked at in one of two ways. Some might see these types in society as individuals who are difficult to get along with, do not follow rules well or fit into the the mainstream of society. On the other hand, they are greatly resistant to propaganda and do not readily believe the status quo answer to many questions in life.
They might seek beyond the teaching of the normal educational system, and Rh-negative children tend to become incredibly bored by the structure of teaching in public schools. The result of this lack of assimilation into “normal” society either seems to produce people who really achieve beyond the norm, or become a complete societal “drop out”.
Those with an Rh negative factor will often find themselves incredibly interested, in an almost instinctive way, in all things “mythological”, pagan and new age.
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
A tour in VietNam was the most shocking experience of my life. I’ve chosen not to seek medical intervention as in would invariably involve the use of psychotropic drugs. Although I might have found some of them quite pleasant, I do not want my everyday reality coloured by mind altering prescription drugs.
My trauma was not so much being exposed to death and destruction, but rather to rampant racism, bigotry and the immorality of the business of war. The sense of American pride and patriotism that had been instilled in me through my “education”, parents and WASP culture was shattered and replaced with a new, far less comfortable reality. I expect that everyone who participates in a war will have some form of PTSD. This is particularly true for wars with no honour or purpose (other than immense profits for defence contractors and resource companies). This would include all wars since WWII. If you know any returning veterans understand that they may not feel as proud of their service as you may think. If you know them well, ask, with sincerity and compassion, how they’re doing. They may or may not want to share their feelings with you. Not a single person, including my family, asked how I was doing upon my return.
I’ve highlighted/commented on those that I’ve experienced…..
Symptoms of intrusive memories may include:
Recurrent, unwanted distressing memories of the traumatic event
Reliving the traumatic event as if it were happening again (flashbacks)
Upsetting dreams about the traumatic event
Severe emotional distress or physical reactions to something that reminds you of the event…… All of the above. The recurring nightmares stopped long ago, but my anger and disgust regarding the GWOT is certainly fuelled by PTSD
Symptoms of avoidance may include:
Trying to avoid thinking or talking about the traumatic event
Avoiding places, activities or people that remind you of the traumatic event
Negative changes in thinking and mood…….. I have no interest in veteran organizations, swapping war stories with other vets and don’t recognize Remembrance Day. I do not think of my reality as negative, but those around me do.
Symptoms of negative changes in thinking and mood may include:
Negative feelings about yourself or other people … Both…
Inability to experience positive emotions…. I can, but they are subdued and not constant
Feeling emotionally numb… yes, to a degree
Lack of interest in activities you once enjoyed… I hadn’t developed any significant activities beforehand, but have had fewer social interests than most
Hopelessness about the future…. Yep.. the future I see is not pretty. The benign, widespread acceptance of 9/11 and the resulting GWOT has had a huge impact on my world view
Memory problems, including not remembering important aspects of the traumatic event.. It’s a faded memory for the most part and I seldom replay it for myself. I would rate my memory as a 5 out of 10 and dropping
Difficulty maintaining close relationships Big Time. I have crushed many otherwise wonderful relationships and the few that remain have been damaged
Changes in emotional reactions PTSD and depression are closely related. Combined with my high blood pressure I do have regular mood swings
Symptoms of changes in emotional reactions (also called arousal symptoms) may include:
Irritability, angry outbursts or aggressive behaviour I am capable of being a real asshole
Always being on guard for danger I’m uncomfortable in urban or crowded settings
Overwhelming guilt or shame Although unwillingly, I did help facilitate war crimes and the slaughter of other human beings. Shame and guilt will always be companions.
Self-destructive behavior, such as drinking too much or driving too fast I don’t drink, but have abused my overall health, rarely see a doctor, smoke and ride a motorcycle.
Trouble concentrating Yes. I admit to a faulty memory and can lose interest in any project, including the large number of jobs I’ve held
Trouble sleeping Not so much now, but there were long stretches of time when disturbing dreams affected my sleep
Being easily startled or frightened I’ve managed to avoid situations that might frighten me