Thursday, January 28, 2010

What Does Your Blood Type Mean?

What does your blood type mean? (Inner-current, under-current)

A common superstition in Japan is that blood type is an indicator of a person's personality; similar to the Western belief in the Signs of the Zodiac (the Zodiac custom is also popular in Japan).

This custom is said to have started in 1916 when some doctors in Japan made a medical report stating that people with Type A Blood were generally mild-tempered and intellectual, while people with Type B Blood were just the opposite. Today in Japan, blood type is popularly used as a personality-type indicator. Even though it hasn't been proven to have any scientific basis, many Japanese people believe in these distinctions to one degree or another.

Type A

Speaking broadly, it is said that people with Type A Blood are calm, composed, and very level-headed and serious. They have a firm character, and are reliable and trustworthy (and hardheaded). They think things over and make plans deliberately, and they plug away at things steadily and assiduously. They try to make themselves more like their own ideal of what they should be. A Types may look aloof or distant to others. They try to suppress their own emotions, and because they have continual practice in doing this, this makes them appear strong. But, actually, they have a fragile, nervous side, as well. They tend to be hard on people who are not of the same type, and so they consequently tend to be surrounded with people of the same temperament.

Type B

People with Type B Blood are curious about and interested in everything. That's may be good, but they also tend to have too many interests and hobbies, and they tend to get all excited about something suddenly and then later drop it again just as quickly. But they do manage to know which of their many interests or loved ones are the ones that are really important, the ones they should hold on to. B Types tend to excel in things rather than just be average. But they tend to be so involved in their own world or become so carried away with something that they neglect other things. They have the image of being bright and cheerful, full of energy and enthusiasm, but some people think that they are really quite different on the inside. And it can also be said about them that they don't really want to have much real contact with others.

Type O

Type O Blood people are said to set the mood for a group and to take on the role of creating harmony among its members. Their image is one of taking it easy, of being peaceful and carefree. They are also thought to be big-hearted and benevolent, and they tend to spend money on others generously. O Types are generally "loved by all." But, they also, surprisingly, have a stubborn and strong-willed side, as well, and tend to secretly have their own opinions on things. On the other hand, they have the flexible, adaptable side of readily accepting new things. They are easily influenced by other people or by what they see on TV. They seem to appear level-headed and trustworthy, but they often slip and make big blunders inadvertently. But that is also the point that makes O Types lovable.

Type AB

People with Type AB Blood are said to have a delicate sensitivity. They are considerate of other people's feelings and deal with them with care and caution. On the other hand, though, they are strict with themselves and those close to them. They, therefore, seem to have two personalities: one for those "outside," and another for people on the "inside." They often become sentimental, and they tend to think too deeply about things. AB Types have a lot of friends, but they need time to be alone and think things through, as well.

Rh factor (Rh- "expressed" descent)

Only 17% of the entire world́s population (most (16%) being of European descent (01% Other)), are known to have the RH negative blood factor. "O" negative (the universal donor blood) constitutes less than 07% of the world́s population, only 06% are "A" negative. While it is known that RH negative blood (type "O") is the purest blood known to mankind, it is not known from where the negative factor originates, as it is generally theorized by evolutionists that there is an unbroken bloodline from early human prototypes (pre-humans) (non-sentient (MM)) to present day human beings. Geneticists generally claim the RH-negative factor is a mutation of unknown origin which apparently happened only a few thousand years ago (6000y/4004BC: Adam-Eve "beni Elohim" Genesis-type "O" negative (Genesis Progenitor (MM) ref: MM Addendum 2). Nearly 83% of all human beings have RH positive blood, which merely indicates that their red blood cells contain a substance called the RHesus (rhesus) blood factor. Simply put, their positive blood contains a protein that can be linked to the Rhesus monkey. It is acknowledged that blood factors are transmitted with more exactitude than any other human or animal characteristic. The Rh negative blood people spread heavily into the area of what is now Spain, England, Ireland and France. The highest concentration of RH negative blood occurs in the Basque people of Northern Spain and Southern France (Septimania-Lanquedoc)(about 30% have (rr) Rh negative and about 60% carry one (r) negative gene), and in the Eastern/Oriental Jewish people (Judah being the remaining main-thread origin (MM)) - the Basque peoples because, they for the most part, have confined themselves to one geographic area, whereas the Celtic people have branched out among all of the new world. There are certain similarities that occur among those having RH negative blood - according to some there are common patterns found, which include the following:

- Predominance of green or hazel eyes that may change colour like a chameleon, but also blue eyes, piercing;
- True red or reddish hair;
- Low pulse rate & low blood pressure;
- Keen sight or hearing (perception, discernment);
- ESP, Para-normal occurrences, Psychic Dreams-Abilities;
- Extra rib or vertebrae;
- Love of space (astronomy; environment) and science(s);
- A sense of not belonging to the human race-(society-systemic; outside looking in; expatriate observation / intervention;
- Truth seekers, desire for higher wisdom;
- Deep compassion for the fate of mankind, deeply empathetic;
- A sense of a "mission" in life;
- UFO connections, abduction, unexplained body scars; (SETI, Cosmology);
- Capability to disrupt electrical appliances; sensitive to EMF fields.

Research has shown that the majority of those with psychic powers have Rh negative blood. Most psychic and faith healers also have this blood. Strangely enough, many of those doing research into the Ancient Astronaut Theory (Human Hybrid Intervention Theory - Intervention Progenitor)(MM)) and other phenomea also have Rh negative blood. Author Erich von Daniken has Rh negative blood and a thirst for the truth. Author Brad Steiger also has Rh negative blood. His new book "Gods of Aquarius" considers this possibility. Robert Antone Wilson, author of "Illuminus", also has this blood. There are many others. Why is there such a large percentage of Rh negative blood in these unusual fields? Could they have a vague memory of what they are looking for? (Genetic-Memory "unlocked" yet not accessed as-such (deja-vu); a dark-glass, an imperfect, obscured view, to know in part (1 Cor 13:12); Sona +/- receptibility, a yearning, a thirst to know, a calling, a vocation (ref: GCOV, Reclamation of Mind, below) (MM))

Re: Is the RH negative blood type more prevalent in certain ethnic groups?

The Rh in Rh factor stands for rhesus, so named because the Rh factor is an antigen that was first discovered in the blood of rhesus monkeys. The Rh antigen is called D, and is encoded by a gene called the RHD gene. Because humans are primates (Devolution Progenitor: the Intelligent Design and Development of Life, incl., evolution within kind; Genesis re-Creation (MM)) many of our genes are the same or similar to those of other primates, and the RHD gene produces the same antigen in both humans and rhesus monkeys. Most people produce the D antigen, but a few people are missing functional copies of the RHD gene, and they produce no D antigen. These are the people who have Rh negative blood types, and the non- functional version (allele) of the RHD gene is called the RHD silent allele (d).

Because we each have two copies of the RHD gene (one copy inherited from each of our parents), it is possible for a person to have one non-functional RHD gene and one working copy. In these cases, such people still have Rh positive blood types because the functional allele directs the synthesis of the D antigen.

In general, the RHD silent allele occurs at a frequency of about 40-45% in Europeans, and people of largely European ancestry. In non-European populations the frequency of the RHD silent allele is much lower. In people of largely African ancestry, this allele occurs at a frequency of about 3%, and in people of Asian, Pacific Islander, and Native American ancestry, the RHD silent allele occurs at or less than a frequency of 1%.

Given these numbers, we can use population genetics to make some predictions about the incidence of Rh negative blood types in various world populations. In Europeans, we expect that about 16% of the population will have Rh negative blood types. In the other populations of the world, the frequency of Rh negative types will be much lower; in Africans, only 9 people in 10,000 will be Rh negative, and in the non-African, non-European portion of the world, only 1 person in 10,000 will be Rh negative.

The high frequency of the RHD silent allele in Europe tells us that the mutation that generated the non-functional RHD silent allele arose in Europe (carried to and concentrated there (MM)). Analyses of European populations tells us that this allele is found at the highest frequencies in western European populations, especially in Spanish and French Basques, suggesting that this allele arose long ago in some western European population. In the United States, about 15% of the general population is Rh negative; almost 20% of European Americans are Rh negative (because many Americans have western European ancestry), and approximately 5-10% of African Americans are Rh negative (because of the flow of European genes into the African American population). Fewer than 1% of Asian and Native Americans are Rh negative.

Based on the frequencies of the RHD silent allele in Europe, we can also estimate that about 55-60% of Rh positive Americans have one RHD silent allele. In general there is about a 1 in 3 chance of two Rh positive Americans (as a couple)(of predominantly European ancestry) both having one RHD silent allele.

Dr. Luigi Cavalli-Sforza from Stanford University wrote an article entitled "Genes, Peoples and Languages" (Scientific American, Nov.'91). He pointed out the high Rh-negative concentrations among the people of Morocco, the Basque country of Euskadi, Ireland, Scotland and the Norwegian islands. (Judah-Zerah-Milesian Migration Path (MM))

Date: Wed Mar 21 01:31:27 2001
Posted By: Steve Mack
Post-doc/Fellow, Molecular and Cell Biology, Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute
Area of science: Genetics message link

Rh blood group system
Wkipedia article link

RH Negative
by Betty Rhodes (The Red Thread Bloodline) article link

Supplemental Information:

Dr. Peter J. D'Adamo
Eat Right For Your Type web home


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