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  • Unravel the Mystery in the Human Blood Type to Reveal the Aliens Among Us
  • By: Nick Redfern
  • Narrated by: Shaun Grindell
  • Length: 7 hrs and 38 mins
  • 4.4 out of 5 stars (104 ratings)

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Bloodline of the Gods

By: Nick Redfern
Narrated by: Shaun Grindell
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Summary

Are significant numbers of humanity the product of an ancient and advanced alien civilization? Have we, across the millennia, been periodically modified and refined as a species? In short, has our genetic make-up been manipulated by otherworldly beings that view human civilization as one big lab experiment? These are controversial and thought-provoking questions. They are also questions that demand answers, answers that may very well be found by examining those people whose blood type is Rh negative.

The vast majority of humankind - 85 to 90 percent - is Rh positive, which means a person's red blood cells contain an antigen directly connected to the Rhesus monkey. This antigen is known as the Rh factor. Each and every primate on the planet has this antigen, except for one: the remaining 10 to 15 percent of humans. If the theory of evolution is valid - that each and every one of us is descended from ancient primates - shouldn't we all be Rh positive? Yes, we should. But we're not. The Negatives are unlike the rest of us. They are different. They are the unique individuals whose bloodline may have nothing less than extraterrestrial origins.

©2015 Nick Redfern (P)2016 Tantor

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"Redfern is the Brit with a knack for ferreting out all the dope on outrageous subjects." (Jim Marrs, author of Alien Agenda)

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An interesting read from someone with Rhesus -

I really enjoyed this book. interesting theories but the more in depth you look into it. It is easy to see that certain people could see this book as gospel and use it for a witch hunt as they would see the world split between us and them! Ah well I will just have to take my chances!

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Thought provoking

A very interesting connection between early human story's/ myths and ancient aliens. This books reveals even more of the picture.

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Another thought

If religion makes no sense to you then maybe this will make you understand it a little more . Will definitely make you think again .

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New twist

Yes it's another ancient alien/ufo book with about two thirds of it the same regurgitation of the history of ufos/ancient aliens like so many other books of this type. But at least there is a new twist or new info that forms the basis of this book in the rh negative angle and it's well written and put together reasonably coherently. Definitely worth a listen.

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Fantastic book

The content in this book is well balanced and thought provoking, a well researched information..

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Great

Very enjoyable a intreasting experience, I learned something from reading this book, found it entertaining all the way through

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Excellent book

Enthralling from beginning to end , approach with an open mind and enjoy the tangled web that is our past

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Great insight into history!!

Loved it, exactly the book I was looking for, brought so many elements together to make sense.

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Mildly Entertaining Nonsense

An uncritical hotch-potch of conspiracy theories, mostly entirely discredited. Baseless assumptions are heaped on top of each other to create a tabloid story written in a hackneyed, rather lazy style - for instance the phrase "fog-shrouded mystery" was used at least three times.

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enjoyable listen for us rh negatives

really enjoyed this book. I'm rh negative and often wonder where it came from. watch out I'm going to take over the world. would recommend a listen

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  • Vanessa
  • 01-01-17

Much better book than I expected!

Where does Bloodline of the Gods rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

Top 3 this year

What did you like best about this story?

Only book I have found with a complex break down regarding RH - blood

Which character – as performed by Shaun Grindell – was your favorite?

This question doesn't apply.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I had to re-listen a few times to the characteristics found in RH- people at a high percentage compared to the RH+. Being RH- myself I have always had remarkably low blood pressure and several, pretty much all of the other characteristics. Also the discussion of how RH- people seem to account for a disproportionate number (over 50%) of all abductee accounts, relative to their being only 15% of the population at best. It was a stretch and frightening stretch to suggest Govt's are keeping tabs on RH- people.

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My only real problem with the book was the author's suggestion and apparent belief that if we discover definitively RH- people have DNA not evolved in the same way as the RH+ folks, then somehow the world will believe there is no God and start freaking out and offing themselves. Why on Earth (lol) would anyone believe just because a small percentage of humans have DNA from "other" this would be concrete evidence there is no God or Creator?! This notion makes absolutely no sense. Evolving from earth monkeys or evolving from monkeys from outer space (or another demintion) does not in any way exclude or threaten we all come from a Creator.
I had to re-listen to make sure I was not misunderstanding. Other than this ridiculous notion the theories put out in this book are surprisingly sound and well researched.

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  • Kimberlina
  • 27-12-16

This book makes sense. As crazy as it sounds.

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I love this kind of stuff but often I can't find books that actually make sense. This one does.

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  • Todd
  • 19-10-16

Very interesting

Very interesting and this theory seems to make sense. Worth a listen for sure, on my third listen now.

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  • teri
  • 26-04-17

I loved this book

filled with controversial information which allows you to form your own opinion on many beliefs

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  • S. Kaufman
  • 23-12-16

Interesting, but many holes in his argument

Human origins has long been a fascinating topic to me since we are so unusual compared with other animals. I have O negative blood and many attributes the author states about RH negative blood and several other parts of his hypothesis seem to be right on. Where I got turned off was using the Bible to explain things. There is zero evidence of a global flood and not enough water on the planet to flood all the lands, etc. To me it is too Eurocentric with zero mention of Asian cultures and only minimal references to Africa (outside of gold mining) or the Americas. Still an interesting book and an excellent reader.

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  • Willa Adklins
  • 23-05-16

Amazing and profound

A theory I have entertained for several years.
This book makes a good argument to the possibility.

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  • vincent capitini
  • 17-10-17

Pretty crazy stuff

This book was easy to listen to. I like how the story did not just ramble on. He instead uses smaller stories and events to tell the overall story.
He makes mention of many books, authors and people. I wish they were referenced so I can easily search for them.

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  • Magda
  • 18-11-16

HUMANITY SHOULD KNOW

For Human Quo Vadis information seeker- here is the most compelling answer in this book. DAMN YOU Rh- !!!

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  • david
  • 25-06-17

everyone should read this book

read this book and open your eyes and mind to what's really going on in the world

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  • NoirGuitarSuperstar
  • 21-07-18

Lazy Writing, Dishonest Research, Shoddy Editing

More rehashed bunk that wants to credulously follows silly bible stories as historical fact and posits utter nonsense as the same. My favorite technique of the hack author is as follows:

Could [UTTER NONSENSE] be the [MADE UP WORD] from [BIBLE VERSE] and prove that [UTTER NONSENSE] is true? Yes, it can.

The lazy hack answers his own rhetorical non sequitur with a "Yes" instead of proof.

Also the audio editing is terrible. Long sections are repeated.

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