Bloodline of the Gods

  • by Nick Redfern
  • Narrated by Shaun Grindell
  • 7 hrs and 38 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's 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.


What the Critics Say

"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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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Amazing and profound

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

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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- S. Kaufman

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-22-2016
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio