DNA is a permanent template for the production of proteins, and unique, while blood group proteins are made from the DNA templates and share among other people. Blood cells don’t have a nucleus containing DNA. Blood type A, B and AB have antigens (A or B), while 0 has none. Having Rh factor would be considered positive, and the lack of Rh factor, negative. Even though blood types statistics vary much from place to place, about 85% of general population are Rh+ while Rh- represents only 15% of the population, from which a 7% would be 0 Rh-, the universal donor, whose blood is compatible with all other types, but can only receive from their own type. Mothers with Rh- blood type treat their Rh+ baby cells as a foreign substance, creating antibodies that would kill the baby's red blood cells, leading to miscarriage or to her own death if baby's blood entered her blood stream due to some abnormality. Even though it can be resolved vaccinating the mother with a Rh inmune-globuling, there is a clear natural incompatibility when mixing the blood Rh- with Rh+. Monkeys have Rh factor (Rh+), so the lack of Rh factor (Rh-) could track back to pre-hominid blood type of earlier ancestors, non-altered genetically and perhaps therefore with a higher access to consciousness. Some theories relate this blood gene to the hyperborean race, which is considered to be the original human race before any genetic manipulation, and could be the people who inhabited the ancient land of Atlantis. It might be the oldest kind of blood on the Earth, with the highest grouping of people who have Rh-negative blood live in the Basque area of Spain with a high 30% of its population. Rulers from different periods have justified their right to rule because of descending from the serpent god (Chinese emperors), and some theories say this might be the reason why certain groups, such as the Pharaohs, Hebrews, Royalty and Aristocrats from all over the World, avoid interbreeding, to protect their "blue blood" line.