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Tales of Blood Type AB Negative

July 25, 2011

imageI didn’t know whether to laugh or cry until I read the last paragraph of The Blood of Christ in the blog XChristXFiles:

When I told my brother that we may have the blood of Christ, he said sarcastically, that I should contact Dan Brown, and tell him we’re the real Merovingian. He was so unimpressed and sardonic that it made me think of a way for him to see a positive spin on having this bloodline. I have to add that my brother is a great despiser of Jesus Christ, and I can’t figure out why. It constantly annoys me, because, he’s so blasphemous that he claims Jesus doesn’t even exist.

Knowing he is very narcissistic, I was given a golden nugget of information to feed him, namely that if Jesus was AB Negative, and that was his shroud, that means that Mary’s blood was AB Negative. It also means that my brother is probably the only human in history besides Jesus to have AB Negative blood that was chromosomal female, because he only had maternal genes. My brother had leukemia and received a rescue bone marrow transplant from me, and it turned his blood into AB negative FEMALE blood, like Christ';s or the Man of the Shroud’s.

Read to the very last paragraph. I’m not sure I know what Michelle is saying.

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  1. AnnieCee
    July 25, 2011 at 11:54 am

    Yes, I follow it. The AB negative type is so extremely rare that there’s a high probability Michelle’s family is related to Mary’s family somehow. Especially since they are also Jewish, and narrowing it down even further: Michelle’s family are Levites as Mary was.

    And, because Michelle donated bone marrow for her brother, he now has female chromosomes because bone marrow is what MAKES our blood cells. So it’s Michelle’s bone marrow that is now making her brother’s blood for him. That’s why he has female AB blood instead of male AB blood. She’s right, this is a good joke on him.

  2. Flagrum3
    July 26, 2011 at 8:17 am

    AnnieCee :Yes, I follow it. The AB negative type is so extremely rare that there’s a high probability Michelle’s family is related to Mary’s family somehow. Especially since they are also Jewish, and narrowing it down even further: Michelle’s family are Levites as Mary was.
    And, because Michelle donated bone marrow for her brother, he now has female chromosomes because bone marrow is what MAKES our blood cells. So it’s Michelle’s bone marrow that is now making her brother’s blood for him. That’s why he has female AB blood instead of male AB blood. She’s right, this is a good joke on him.

    Very interesting, thanks for the explanation.I wonder if Michelle’s brother is starting to show any female traits ;-)

    F3

    • Michele
      November 24, 2013 at 10:36 pm

      I’m the silly Michelle quoted, and thanks Annie for trying to decipher my silliness.

      When I said, my brother has female blood, I should have said CHROMOSOMES, as in xx, not related to the blood type neg.

      My brother now produces my blood. He was sent for comprehensive testing, and they did a chromosone study, which showed he had female chromosones, but, the lab report said, ”male”… so, they kept faxing the doctor asking for the right patient, since, they were unable to process this report, since it showed a female, not a male.

      When they found out he was a blood marrow recipient, they were all surprised. Even they never saw that before. THAT was the source for our original discussion,

      i have to add that my brother is very antichristian, and has always been antagonistic towards my conversion. When he was getting his transfusion of my harvested bone marrow, everyone teased him that he would become me. So, they gave him a Bible and a LED ZEPPELIN CD.

      It was my way of trying to appeal to his vanity, when I tried to convince him that he was like Jesus, if our blood was related, because, like Jesus, he only had a female set of chromosomes in his blood, since Jesus had no human father.

      I didn’t mean to offend anyone, or imply we are Merovingians, or royalty, however, I have been extensively genetically tested, because, in addition to having ABneg blood, I was born with a rare disorder. I even was sent to the Mayo clinic, who were doing research, and they said I showed a genetic trait common in European and Russian royalty. I told them that was unlikely, knowing my relatives were common peasants, Jewish peasants, at that.

      It’s very fascinating to me these stories of reptiles, and aliens, etc. Since my blood has sometimes been flawed enough to make me vulnerable to ailments, and ironically strong enough to save my brother’s life, it is a topic that makes me say foolish things, or maybe they’re wise… who’s to say… we all have a certain vanity, and hope that we’re special.

      I DON’T feel special, so, that’s something that probably is overcompensated for, by my tangeantial romps into these things. It’s nothing that serious in my life, but, I have gotten more people contacting me over this one blog post than everything else I’ve ever written.

      Thanks, i think, for the interest, and repost. I am happy if I made people smile, or laugh, or think about things.

      Take care.. ,

      • fifi5050
        February 10, 2014 at 6:52 am

        Where did you read about those facinating stories?

  3. dashmelissa@gmail.com
    August 28, 2012 at 12:55 pm

    I am a black female with AB- blood. I understand that my grandfather has jewish blood somewhere and I understand how white races have the blood type mainly. I don’t know how I ended up with it.

    • Sharea
      August 29, 2013 at 8:10 pm

      Me too…im black with ab- blood…and like wth? How did this happen? I have dark brown almost black hair and eyes unlike most rh- ppl. Im just lost

  4. Name Removed by Request
    November 20, 2012 at 11:17 am

    Im AB negative and it has been confirmed twice by two different institutions. i never thought much of it until recently when i was worried about the possibility of dying if i get pregnant with a RH positive child. i just stumbled across this. now the strange thing with me is my mother claims she is O- and my father is B+, that makes me impossible. So who knows maybe i am not the product of my father (and that is quite possible) or my mother is lying about her blood type (also quite possible, too feel cool about being O-, ie the universal donor) or my father is actually AB-. who knows. regardless. I am part German and my last name seems to be the equivalent of the Jewish name for Jacob (which happens to be Joachim, or Mary’s fathers last name)
    i have always had psychic abilities, i have stalked by a occult before, im naturally immune to some viruses very common in the population and i have had some other strange mystical experiences.
    Now for all that i have experienced in life and it has been a lot. IM A very level headed person and i KNOW for a fact that divinity exists here on earth but i just shalk it up to some of being more enlightened than others due to our strength during struggles and the choices we have made. Look at the Catholic saints. not saying i am a saint because in many ways i am not but damn it there is something strange about me. the funny part, i really wouldnt care if anyone else thought i was special. im not one of those assholes who charges 100$ for yoga class to shove some bs of some peoples ass and have people worship me because i am “enlightened”. i know too many people like that and they have always made me want to puke and i have always been very unimpressed. still, i just want the man i love to recognize my gifts and support them. because a conservative Catholic, im not sure if thats going to happen.
    OWELL, now of days. one has to cut ones losses and look at the person holistically. i will never find the perfect man and it is going to take lots for me to tolerate the ones i have had , but im looking for the holistically best man. im sure ill never been thrilled and ill never truly be recognized but whatever, c est la vie.
    if you guys find out more, let me know. super curious.

    • Crystal
      September 22, 2013 at 2:12 pm

      Sorry, just to let you know, your mother can not be O- if you are AB-, I to am AB- and O- parent would be impossible, she must be A or B

  5. November 28, 2012 at 2:09 pm

    this is interesting. My blood type is also AB- I am white. My moms blood type is A+ and my dads blood type is B- So it makes sense to me i got the A from my mom and the B- from my dad. Yay i wasnt secretly adopted or made during an affair!

  6. Lulu
    February 6, 2013 at 5:26 pm

    I am AB- as are 2 brothers and 2 sisters out of a total of 10 children. My father was AB+ and my mother A+. From what I was told, both parents must have the recessive AB- gene. One cannot go by the parents blood types. Also, I went into a coma when I had my first child, who’s blood type was AB+ when she was born. Because we lived abroad and in third world countries, we were tested again In case of accidents, war, etc. She remained AB+ until later in life ( perhaps puberty) when she wanted to give her own blood for surgery she was to undergo. She was now AB-. This caused so much controversy that her doctor wanted to know if I was close to death when delivering her. The doctor said she had seen this before and the mother usually died during delivery. I had the RhoGam shots ( just starting to be used in the late 1960’s). I had several miscarriages and finally succeeded in having another child. I have heard the story about the shroud before but do not believe AB- blood types are related to Jesus.

  7. Christion
    March 2, 2013 at 1:45 am

    I am a male 32 years old and I have ab negative blood. what makes you think that ab negative blood is female or that your brother was the only one ?? I was born ab negative

  8. Kelly Kearse
    March 2, 2013 at 8:58 am

    This may be a bit lengthy, but hope it helps:

    The Rh factor is inherited according to typical Mendelian genetics, meaning that you actually can go by the parents’ blood types. Everyone expresses 2 forms of the Rh gene, called alleles; they inherit one allele from each parent, which in the case of Rh, are positive (+) and negative (-). The different forms are written in this format: 1st form/2nd form, with a / separating each form (allele).

    If you express at least one + allele, you are Rh positive (positive is dominant); to be Rh negative, you have to express 2 negative alleles, (negative is recessive). For Rh positive, the possibilities are +/+ and +/-. For Rh negative, the possibilities are only -/-.

    If your parents were both Rh positive and you are Rh negative, that means your parents were both +/-. They each carried the negative allele, but were themselves positive, because positive is dominant.

    The alleles segregate (separate) during reproduction & inheritance, so a +/- parent has an equal chance (50:50) of passing on a + or – allele to a child. For each child that is born, the odds are still 50:50.

    The possible offspring of a +/- father and and +/- mother are: +/+ (Rh positive), +/- (Rh positive), or -/- (Rh negative).

    When a Rh negative mother has a Rh positive child, her immune system will make antibodies to the Rh protein, because to her the Rh is foreign (her body doesn’t have it). This predominantly becomes an issue during subsequent pregnancies, because the mother’s immune system is now primed to respond against the Rh-the alarm has been sounded. Typically, Rhogam is prescribed in such cases; Rhogam is a solution of anti-Rh antibodies, they help to clear the Rh from the circulation, so the mother’s immune system doesn’t respond.

    A person’s blood type stays with them throughout life, the genes remain, which will result in production of new copies of the (same) protein. Unless a mutational event occurs or a person receives a bone marrow transplant (in which case new genes are introduced), a change in Rh expression should not occur. In pregnancy/delivery, certain mistypings may take place, perhaps this is the case here, and not a true change.

    Regarding the Shroud, although the blood type is sometimes reported as AB positive or AB negative, expression of the Rh factor remains unknown-if interested, there are some additional posts on AB and the Rh factor related to the Shroud-can find using search bar at top right.

  9. Kelly Kearse
    March 2, 2013 at 9:01 am

    Quick note: for the phrase “because the mother’s immune system is now primed to respond against the Rh-the alarm has been sounded.”, this is a dash after Rh, not Rh negative :)

  10. mary sims
    March 11, 2013 at 1:03 am

    I’m AB neg. and a black female. age 59. I’ve had many strange things happen in my life time. I was born with six fingers on the left hand and have a birthmark on my left knee. It is a perfect image of a bird. The Phoenix bird. I’m beginning to be obsessed wit this bird. Since I’ve gotten older, the bird has become clearer. I need to let the bird go or get some professional help. Any takes on the bird and the blood?

    • Andrew
      June 4, 2013 at 10:17 pm

      If AB negative blood type is the rarest to be found on earth, then I think you can expect the people to be rare as well. Blood is equal to the physical manifestation of life-force energy. Chinese say wherever there is bio-energy there is blood and vice-versa. Most likely there is a lot more to learn about the different blood types and what kind of people are represented by each than what we have discovered so far. Since the causes of birthmarks is still unknown it’s hard to speak at all about their significance. But I do believe that all things in life are connected and everything has purpose, even the smallest of things that exist. Perhaps the phoenix has special significance in your life. It is the symbol of death and rebirth- the ability to transform and to regenerate. Some people experience transformation on a much deeper level than others and can regenerate themselves well inwardly because they have a lot of inner knowledge instead of simply living on the surface with the bulk of society. Also some people experience this aspect in an outer way as well. Some people experience the death or loss of dear ones throughout their life in sudden and tragic ways, perhaps to learn about how to let go of other people. Not sure if any of it is fitting for you, but that is how I look at it

    • Crystal
      September 22, 2013 at 2:17 pm

      The Phoenix bird? Masonic, pagan I would research before you become how you would say it obsessed. if Jesus had the same blood type. I am just saying and plus nothing good comes from an obsession

  11. debfry@embarqmail.com
    March 26, 2013 at 5:18 pm

    Dear Mary Sims, Don’t become obsessed with the birthmark. That is all that it is. And a blood type is just a blood type. Jesus had no children. His bloodtype was Divine DNA given to Him in His mother’s womb by the Holy Spirit. It is something we accept in faith as Christians. Jesus death and resurrection hinges on the fact of Jesus, the Son of God shedding His blood. His blood, being of God, was for the remission of sins(Wiping out our sins completely).Adam had given his dominion over the earth to the devil in the Garden. That is when sin and death entered the world.It was never supposed to be this way. The only way to save us was for God to become a man, take on OUR flesh, and shed HIS PERFECT blood. And He did. He was the only One Who was Holy and the Son of God. When we make Him our Savior (recognizing the act of God’s love of saving us), then we become Righteous to God through Jesus Christ. You never have to worry about being “good enough” because only Jesus was able top live a perfect sinless life, and become our Lamb on the Cross.You don’t need professional help from the world. You just need Jesus, the Lover of your soul. God bless you Mary! (((HUGS))) Deb

  12. Lulu
    March 29, 2013 at 3:38 pm

    I’ve never read so many ridiculous things in one place before. There is NO such thing as a female blood type. Whomever came up to that must have been ignorant bordering on madness. A baby can take from their parents any element either parent has. I’m AB negative, as was my father and several other male and female relatives. My mother was B positive. My husband is also B positive. Our son is AB positive and our daughter is A negative. I had rhogam with both of them. It doesn’t change anyone’s blood type; it simply protects a baby with an RH type that is incompatible with the mother’s. There is no proof that the Shroud of Turin is old enough to belong to anyone living in the same century as Jesus, let alone that it was Jesus, or indeed, that he ever existed. No wonder the blogger’s brother was sarcastic to his sister. He’s probably so sick of these hare brained things she says he can barely speak to her at all. Especially since she feeds him ‘golden nuggets’ (aka turds) like he has a female blood type.

    • Erica
      May 31, 2013 at 4:18 am

      Thank you Lulu! I don’t know how I came across this page but it is also one of the most preposterous things I’ve ever read as well. I definitely laughed at your comment about the “golden nuggets” – Hahaha! I feel bad for the brother…he is probably so sick of hearing this crazy talk…

      Thanks for reminding me that there are some sane people left in this world.

    • June 12, 2013 at 4:34 am

      I think you are confusing Michelle giving her brother
      marrow and stating he now has female ab- which before he was not
      ab- until she gave him the marrow transplant with another then
      trying to act as if it was said there is a female blood type. This
      is not what was said or the case. :). Just that she is a female,
      and she gave him her ab- blood.

    • txbbker
      November 18, 2013 at 11:46 am

      No kidding. I’m a blood banker researching bone marrow transplants. Somehow I ended up here. I can’t even. My first instinct was to respond to every incorrect thing I saw, but where to start. AB= blood is not rare, uncommon sure, but not rare. I can’t wait to show this page to my colleagues. Great stuff.

  13. Erica
    May 31, 2013 at 4:21 am

    Also, I have AB- blood and am a female. One of my brothers also has AB- blood. Along with about 0.6% of the population. It isn’t *that* rare….gosh, people really want to be special don’t they? :-P

  14. jesterof
    May 31, 2013 at 8:25 am

    if Jesus was AB Negative, and that was his shroud, that means that Mary’s blood was AB Negative.

    absolutely NIOT true.If a child’s blood type is AB the parents could be A and B. Rhesus factor could be he same.

  15. June 12, 2013 at 11:24 am

    where does this legend of “extremely” rare AB(-) comes from? Yes it is rare, but not that outstandingly rare to claim your lineage directly from the king David :-)

    • Crystal
      September 22, 2013 at 2:19 pm

      It is outstandingly rare unless you can find a blood type less than 1% of the population. Just saying

  16. jesterof
    June 12, 2013 at 11:29 am

    Influence Freedom :
    I think you are confusing Michelle giving her brother
    marrow and stating he now has female ab- which before he was not
    ab- until she gave him the marrow transplant with another then
    trying to act as if it was said there is a female blood type. This
    is not what was said or the case. :). Just that she is a female,
    and she gave him her ab- blood.

    there is no such thing as “female ab”
    the author of the article ( or blog) writes nonsensce about “femle blood”.
    he could not have been changed in the ABO antigens. Not to even mention that nobody will even try the transplant which is not ABO compatible.

    a bunch of nonsense

  17. Kelly Kearse
    June 12, 2013 at 12:56 pm

    jesterof :

    there is no such thing as “female ab”
    the author of the article ( or blog) writes nonsensce about “femle blood”.
    he could not have been changed in the ABO antigens. Not to even mention that nobody will even try the transplant which is not ABO compatible.
    a bunch of nonsense

    This

  18. Mekanayah Yista
    June 16, 2013 at 5:35 am

    Lol, I’m either A or AB- and I look too much like Hey-zeus for comfort… and I’m far too involved in the higher realms. I’m also completely indescribable, like much of the rest of my family. But none of that matters. If you have a divine purpose then live it. For those of you speaking of the shroud, I believe it could certainly have had AB- blood on it. As spiritual as my blood is, and with how we’ve kept our blood pure through genetic predisposition, I believe there’s something pretty special about it. From my experience (and my family’s), we live with a certain intensity, but we suffer the same amount. We can survive through just about anything and yet we worry about the small things… the tiny insignificant things. I feel that’s just a reflection of the state of the world as a whole that’s projected out from our inner-selves. A lot of RH negatives are like that in general, but I feel that the AB- are just totally incompatible with the way this planet has been for such a long time. It’s a living hell. Lol, good day (or night/morning) to anyone who reads this nonsense. :)

  19. kayla
    July 13, 2013 at 10:42 pm

    I’ve been reading some recurring Christian ideals lately that I find interesting. There is no duality of good and evil. There is only free will. Jesus didn’t die for our sins but instead served as an example of how to live our lives. Our spiritual journey on life should be as his was, and we should strive for spiritual ascension and oneness with our god creator and the spirit of God that is in each of us. Only when mankind finds true love and embraces their spirits in their human lives will we live in harmony with each other and God. Oh, and I’m AB- Native American/Irish Mother and Father are Oneida Father is half Oneida, half Irish. I’m very healthy. I’ve been a smoker for 11 years, and a recent chest scan showed my lungs to be in perfect health without a single sign of smoking. (pack a day for years) All the theories are interesting. I’m mostly enthralled with the mystery of it all. It’s said to just be evolution in the making, preparing our bodies for environmental changes.

    • Mekanayah Yista
      July 16, 2013 at 11:15 pm

      That’s odd, kinda… I’m pretty much the same, except switch with Cherokee and add in a bit of Scottish. Really odd how the combinations came out to AB- blood. I agree with your views though (guessing those are your views and not just public contemplation for the most part, lol). Ahhh, life is so full of confusion.

      • Carol
        July 17, 2013 at 7:48 pm

        I just recently started researching the facts about AB Neg blood types. I am an AB neg female who also has ties to Native American Culture. My mother was half Seminal and my father was English and Swedish …interesting fact that you also are connected to Native Americans..thanks:)…

  20. Sharon Kramer
    August 5, 2013 at 9:51 pm

    I was looking at AB- blood info because my husband has lost his kidney function. He has no living relatives other than a 96 year old mother (Cree Indian extraction, unknown blood type),and I am trying to help him in anyway I can, envsioning the day dialysis therapy no longer works, and a kidney transplant is the only option. I am type AB+ (Irish and Czechoslovakian parents). One plus in the whole matter comes to light when I read that AB is the “universal recipient”, so maybe a match is not so unlikely as I thought. Although, having a “negative” RH factor makes his blood type very rare indeed. I wonder what impact this has on finding a kidney donor match.
    Although intriging, I don’t think blood lines, the Shroud of Turin, religious affiliations (we are both Catholic), or male/female sex has any bearing on the matter. Nevertheless, I thought I would post a response here because all information is helpful. Of course, filtered through common sense, logic, and scientific knowledge, information is also relative to the recipient’s interpretation.
    This appears to be a very current “blog” posting site, and I will watch closely for any follow-on comments. I’d appreciate input or suggestions…

  21. Jane
    August 31, 2013 at 11:19 am

    I am A neg, my husband is B pos. Our child is AB neg. This is because my blood type is either AO neg/neg or AA neg/neg. His blood type could be BB pos/neg or BO pos/neg. That’s how you get a child with AB neg blood. You get one factor from EACH parent. AB is NOT passed down from one parent. If you believe in such things, the only time AB was passed from mother to child was when Jesus was born, since we’re assuming God the Father neglected to contribute a blood type. Any totally human child of Jesus or Mary (with Joseph) would have either A or B passed down from Jesus or Mary and A, B or O contributed from the other parent.

    Blood type would not confirm a genetic link to Jesus or Mary. You would need mitochondrial DNA for that.

    • Crystal
      September 22, 2013 at 2:24 pm

      First off we are all children of God regardless of blood, Jesus blood is the only blood to really matter since you or me can not plead are blood over anyone and have it work. Secondly I have to children, I am AB- but so are they.

  22. Lily
    October 8, 2013 at 6:36 pm

    I,m not even Jewish And I have ab-

    • Matthias
      November 25, 2013 at 6:01 am

      Jewish…there’s the link I was looking for, to mention something that’s been playing on my mind the past few days.
      As most of you know, I err towards authenticity, but keep an open mind….so…..here goes:
      The TSM face to my mind looks like a northern European face…..there I’ve said it.
      But, I am no expert on these matters.
      I’m sure this matter has been addressed before, can someone advise what the “expert” view on this is???

  23. Michele
    November 24, 2013 at 10:46 pm

    No, no, not female blood type… female chromosomes. I am the original author, quoted, and my brother has the genetic chromosomes in his blood cells of a female, xx, instead of xy. Even the lab, who was testing his blood, never saw this before, but, that’s what made me tease him about how, like Jesus, who only had one set of chromosomes, Mary’s, since he had no human father, my brother had the same blood.

  24. J
    December 10, 2013 at 10:31 pm

    I am AB negative. Always wanted to know and had my doctor do a test. I have many of the features and qualities mentioned on some of the sites. I am now trying to figure out my heritage and ethnicity. Does anyone know about the ancestry DNA service or have done any kind of DNA sample to find out?
    Thanks,
    J

    • Charles Freeman
      December 11, 2013 at 5:26 am

      I was not able to get a clear ‘expert’ consensus when i asked around a few months ago but the highest rates of AB appear to been where A and B groups have intermarried and this has taken place in central Europe and eastern Asia where the percentage of AB is highest. The idea seems to be that the higher the incidence of AB the further back the intermingling took place. Many different sites suggest the central Europe AB emerged after 900 AD but this seems to be based on lack of evidence that it can be found earlier rather than on firm evidence of this as the first date. The professor of physiology with whom I shared the blood evidence doubted whether it was actually AB blood anyway.
      So I just left it in my mind as an open question. One of the MANY areas of Shroud research where we need more up-to-date testing.

  25. fifi5050
    February 10, 2014 at 6:32 am

    RACIAL & ETHNIC DISTRIBUTION of ABO BLOOD TYPES

    http://www.bloodbook.com/world-abo.html

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