Wednesday, 2 January 2013

Wisdom Teeth & Rh Negatives


Tails, extra nipples and wisdom teeth are throw backs. The more simian genes someone has, the more likely they are to have those things, as they are less evolved than the ancient tribes. In the past Neanderthals used to have wisdom teeth, a long long time ago, now none do. But those with more simian genes still have them.

Wisdom teeth were for our ancestor’s early diet of coarse, rough food – like leaves, roots, nuts, grass and things, they are no longer needed. The more evolved you are, the less likely you have them. If you don't have room for them, but they try to come through, you are more evolved than those who grow them normally.

Neanderthals do have a gap on their gum line behind their last teeth, top and bottom, but the wisdom teeth are simply not there.

From survey's done 70% of those with Rh negative blood had never had wisdom teeth at all. 25% had some or all of them come through and had to have them removed. Only 5% had grown them normally.


43 comments:

  1. What do you mean by your more evolve, I have two teeths in the back of my mouth that is growing and I am O negative

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  2. It means that eventually no humans will have wisdom teeth, there is no longer a need for them. Just because you have O negative blood it does not mean you have all the other Neanderthal traits, like red hair and blue eyes showing up because you are mixed.

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    1. You sure it isn't a result of Levantine hybridisation?
      Dinarids are, after all, the group in the old world in which short jaws make their debut, no?

      And most or many Europeans seem to have been Levantinised nowadays....

      All of the Rhesus Negs I know have longish jaws with very particular Neanderthalish processes in the bone-structure (such as the depression prior to the maxilla [where the jawbone is concerned]; this includes hybridised and seemingly unhybridised individuals).
      My father and I both have normal wisdom teeth; he's the real deal I guess (English, Hugenot, Anglo-Irish), I'm not far off, but my mother expresses as A+ (though she's almost certainly A(O)+(-); my sister is O-, like my father.

      God save the 5%! ;) :p

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  3. your right, I am mixed, the only people with blue eyes is my grand mother and her brother, but she do not have the red hair, but she is also O negative. Before I read about the blood stuff I always figured I have to be mix, since I have Indians on both sides of my family, my hair is different from everyone in my family it is curly and grows faster then there hair, so I always wonder did it come from Indian or did Neanderthal have curly hair too. By the way I did not mean no harm saying I was O negative, I am just interested in unknown things, so I am kinda interested in things you post or say. have a good day

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  4. I did not think you meant any harm, I just answered your question the best I could.

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  5. I am A negative and all four came in just fine for me. No problems here.

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  6. I am o negative and only had one wisdom tooth!

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    1. I never had any wisdom teeth. Thought maybe I lacked wisdom was why. Im B negative. Interesting that 70% of people with RH negative blood have few if any wisdom teeth. None of my immediate family had wisdom teeth.

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  7. I am ABneg and at age 40 I have still not grown wisdom teeth. I thought it was strange since many of my friends have had to have them extracted and they paid a lot of money to do so. I guess I can relax now, they'll probably never come in. :) But I do wonder why the dentists haven't mention anything about wisdom teeth when I'm there.

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  8. Im O RHnegative and had none come in at all ,although having xrays after some jaw pain in my thirties they discovered ONE buried beneath my gum line,I had it cut out and that was the only one.

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  9. I am A (-) ve... and i am 26 year old and i am struggling with the wisdom tooth pain...

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  10. I am A (-)26 year old and struggling with the wisdom tooth pain have already grown one and other two on there way of eruption... I am Indian and have black eye color (no red hair)....and i dont have low pulse (I am caffaine addict !)but do have low BP and I am Psychic somtimes.

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  11. I'm A- and I had to have mine removed because they had no room. I also had an extra row of teeth. two teeth on top and two more on bottom right behind my front teeth. I had seven teeth removed at once.

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  12. I'm B- and when I was about 26 years old I was suffering with an ulcer on my gum for 3 months. The doctor kept giving me analgesic gel to put on it but it was still a problem. I had a dental check up and they told me a wisdom tooth was trying to cut through and that the other three were impacted and would need to be removed in hospital under general anaesthetic. They said the other one could stay as it was coming through. It never quite made it completely and I was forever biting the inside of my mouth with it. It's gone now through decay.

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  13. This totally went over my head. So does having the wisdom teeth mean you are more evolved from the neandrathol, or more associated? More associated to the simian, or less? I come from a line of -s , most have wisdom molars removed due to lack of space a dirrection of the growth. Body temp is alway about 96 and the sun just totally hurts my skin. Who knows, before I started reaserching this I was ok, now I want to think i'm different, but im no, lol

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  14. A- and have perfect wisdom teeth at age 45.

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  15. AB Neg and only one wisdom tooth even formed. It was under my gumline.

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  16. I am O- Rh-D & I'm 61yr.s old in Aug. I do not have any room in the back for wisdom teeth & none are hiding, the Dentist have said I will never get them but that it was rare.

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  17. I'm also O- and only 1 wisdom tooth ever formed (under my gum line too). I have a very small mouth.

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    1. O Neg, never grew any wisdom teeth. However the comment above is me, too. Had dental restoration done, veneers, bridges, etc in place of old fillings and/or caps @ about 52. It was the first time any dentist (let alone a cosmetic dentist who pioneered veneers) was the first to mention my small mouth. A few years later, and Endododontist also mentioned it. Thank You Charity! I've not heard of all this before.

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    2. O Neg. early 60's, never had any wisdom teeth but had total restoration of all old fillings, caps, & partials with bridges & veneers in '97. This pioneering of Veneers, Cosmetic Dentist referred to my " very small mouth" when he did all the work mentioned above. In fact he mentioned it several times as it was frustrating him that there was not enough room to to easily work in there! Thank You, Charity!! ... I had no idea about all this until too recently :)

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  19. I'm a- and I've had three wisdom teeth removed only to have two grow back and more develop behind them.its really a pain. literally.

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  20. I'm O Neg. and had all 4 of my wisdom teeth extracted in my early 20s. Not enough room, I was told. Hmmm....

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  21. I am o- 47 had 6 wisdom teeth pulled when I was 16

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  22. I'm o neg, 37yo. The dentist did an xray on my head and said I will never grow them. No sign of them.

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  23. O+ with O+ mother & A- father...60 and never had wisdom teeth (none there) and 4 baby teeth with none under them. Mother had the same teeth. Have reddish tint to hair and two redheaded kids, one with blue eyes. Husband is A- with brown hair and brown eyes. I also have ankylosing spondylitis with HLA B27 gene with inflammatory bowel disease.

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  24. I'm Rh- and I had wisdom teeth. I even had an extra tooth grow in my 20s that wasn't a wisdom tooth.
    There's a nut case online called Temple of Theola who started the theory that rh- are Neanderthals, which is nonsense. It's more likely that as rh- is most common in north west Europe on the Atlantic coast and Berber tribes on north west Africa, that it's related to cro-magnon. If you believe in legends some say it could be related to the Atlanteans.

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    1. Actually it is fact, Rh negative blood is from Neanderthals. But even though you have the blood, you are from cro-magnons, as they are a mix of the Gods = Neanderthals, and apes. It seems you are more ape than neanderthal as you still believe in fantasy stories and get upset about the facts.

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  25. Rh- here .. never had any wisdom teeth come in still have seven baby teeth in my mouth with no replacement adult teeth. My older brother is the same way no wisdom teeth.. and three baby teeth with no adult teeth to replace them. TAR

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    1. I had the SAME thing. A- here, I had two baby teeth that lasted till my twenties till they finally started to crumble out with no adult teeth. I wish I knew how this mutation really occurs. The real reason we do not possess the rhesus monkey gene... I have green eyes also, but I know that I am not some'reptile' more have I ever seen a U.F.O. or been abducted by E.T.s...

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  26. AB- No wisdom teeth here.. Have 7 baby teeth in my mouth with no adult replacement teeth .. 40 yrs and no changes even after braces.

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  27. I am O-, was born with red hair which turned blond have blue/green eyes habe small jaw frame and after 26 years still don't have wisdom teeth. All 3 of my babies were born with red hair and blue eyes but 2 turned blond like I did, they are all rh+ like their father yet he's a red head too..... can someone please explain this because I don't understand this.

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  28. I'm O- was born with red hair which changed to blond a month or so after birth, I have blue/green eyes depending on my mood/environment... and after 26 years still no wisdom teeth. I have 3 babies all rh+ like their dad (who also had red hair and blue eyes) they all were born with red hair blue eyes but 2 changed to blond as I did.... can someone please explain this to mine because I don't understand this.

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  29. I read a lot about rh negative blood. My dad is AB-, so is one of my brothers. I was born with red hair, that later turned to blond, green eyes, I have low blood pressure, but I'm very healthy, all my wisdom teeth are impacted, higher than average IQ, empath,healer, psychic, a few strange fears, with no logical explanations, and every time I lost a little weight, I got accused( for a better term)by countless people of having ribs removed for cosmetic purposes. I never had a spinal x-ray, but it is a possibility that my eyebrow- raising tiny waist is due to the existence of an extra vertebrae. I also have sensitivities to wheat and dairy. And except for alien abductions, is all there, all the rh- blood traits. But here's the kicker: I'm A+! Never found a logical explanation for it, but I'm still looking. Wish me luck!

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  30. I am a 50yr old O negative, the dentist told me 26yrs ago that i will never get wisdom teeth due to the fact that the new generation was not eating meat anymore like the Neanderthal humans did! Evolution he said...

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  31. I'm AB+ and none of my wisdom teeth came in. I don't have a tail & don't have extra nipples. These are not purely an RH neg phenomenon. And, what's with this RH neg being more evolved? And being less "simian?" Oh God. Really? Being RH pos doesn't mean you have monkey blood or simian traits.

    "The 'Rh' stands for the rhesus monkey because researchers recognised that this human blood antigen was SIMILAR to a rhesus monkey blood antigen." It doesn't mean that an RH+ human is more ape-like because of a similarity. Cats also have A, B & AB blood types but that doesn't mean that humans have a genetic kinship with cats. Generally speaking, we have similarities with other mammals because we are mammals. If you want to educate people on the uniqueness of the RH neg blood type, that's fine, but why are you using this site to make RH neg out to be better & more evolved that RH pos?

    My AB+ blood type is the newest blood type. Perhaps that makes me more evolved, right? Besides, it's only found in 5% of the population so that makes me rarer (read: more special) than the (15%) RH neg people, right? LOL Hmmm maybe I should create a blog about the uniqueness of AB blood! :-) Yes, I'm being facetious because I know that it really doesn't matter.





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  32. Im not sure what I am. Someone asked me about this and I have been looking it up. Well I have 3 kids ...the first hospitalized with Jaundice at birth and second breathing problems... the third I was so sick I couldn't carry her past 7 months. I got pregnant last year and I felt like I was going to die. I felt like the baby didn't belong inside of me. When I turned 4 months I found out the baby had stop growing and died. After having the baby removed from my body ..the sickness left and I felt normal again instantly.I thought it was my thyroid. But now I am scared to try to have a baby. I also found out that my wisdom teeth have grown in sideways. Whats your thoughts?

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  33. I had 9 wisdom teeth. ab- but it seens much more common for rh negative to have none.

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  34. rh -o and still have my wisdom teeth. A dentist made a remark about still having them.

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  35. rh -o and still have my wisdom teeth. A dentist made a remark about still having them.

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