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One of those pseudo-science shows was playing in the back ground the other day,
“Ancient Aliens” or something, when they mentioned blood and caught my attention. As people know I am all about biology and all about the Blood, the life-giving blood of Jesus.

They were speaking of RH negative people, this little quirk of genetics and evolution we cannot quite explain. For those who don’t remember, RH negative blood is somewhat rare and can cause problems in pregnancy, basically causing the mother’s immune system to attack the fetus. RH negative blood does not play well with others.

No one really knows how this little genetic quirk came about or why, or what it even means, so we just call it a genetic mutation. Ancient Aliens promptly declared that this evolutionary anomaly looks to be part of some kind of intelligent design….like a  genetic experiment conducted by ancient alien astronauts who are secretly building a master race…? I had a chuckle over this because it is just so darn typical of us to deny the existence of God, by rationalizing and imagining an elaborate conspiracy theory involving aliens.

We seem to have some evidence of intelligent design here, hmmm, Martians perhaps?

I am a total Conspiritress in the sense that I love chasing rabbits down holes, but I have done it for so long, that it has become somewhat predictable, human nature that is. Without fail we will all arrive at the conclusion that there is some kind of vastly superior intelligence at play here, but not God, never God, alien lizard overlords perhaps, the Illuminati, the NSA, the Bilderbergers…or perhaps some other some intelligent and malevolent thing.

Yes! You see, there was this angel once, he fell to earth, but one cannot even go there in the midst of a bunch of truly insane people willing to believe in just about anything but that. That sounds downright crazy. Angels and demons, pfftt…

Trust me, I know far more than anyone should ever have to about brainwashing, cults, psychotronic and electromatic weapons, the CIA, MK-Ultra, and assorted other now antiquarian forms of psychological warfare. It’s just lovely when your conspiracy theories move from the realm of science fiction into the realm of science truth, isn’t it? And by “lovely” I mean, bloody scary.

While there are elements of truth in some of these things, there is also this undeniable march to simply deny the existence of God. I mean, an angel could drop right down in front of you and people would go, yep, no doubt a delusion caused by Psyops, probably microwaves this time….

Should you discover some odd quirk that calls the very theory of evolution into question, no problem, it was probably just alien astronauts conducting genetic experiments….

Occam’s razor, remember that?  Probably not since none of us really “remember” it, it being a problem-solving principle attributed to William of Ockham born in 1287. Occam’s razor is simply a philosphical idea that states, “Suppose there exist two explanations for an occurrence. In this case the simpler one is usually better. Another way of saying it is that the more assumptions you have to make, the more unlikely an explanation is.”

It just doesn’t get any simpler than, “I am.”  I am that I am. Tell them I am sent you.