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I don't know mine.

From speaking to friends and others hardly anyone  knew theirs.

 

The following is a list of physical characteristics that RH negatives share that can be proven.
High or larger forehead.
extra vertebra or rib.
low blood pressure and pulse rate.
higher than average IQ.
Heightened senses.
eyes that are often referred to as piercing or catty.

Increased chance of  left handedness.

Red haired.

 

RH negatives are mainly (if not only?)found in Basque  and Celtic  peoples.

 

Wonder how many Brits would fit this? And why don't we know our blood type.?

 

 

 

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10 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

I don't know mine.

From speaking to friends and others hardly anyone  knew theirs.

 

The following is a list of physical characteristics that RH negatives share that can be proven.
High or larger forehead.
extra vertebra or rib.
low blood pressure and pulse rate.
higher than average IQ.
Heightened senses.
eyes that are often referred to as piercing or catty.

Increased chance of  left handedness.

Red haired.

 

RH negatives are mainly (if not only?)found in Basque  and Celtic  peoples.

 

Wonder how many Brits would fit this? And why don't we know our blood type.?

 

 

 

 

My father is RH negative. He only has one of those characteristics (high forehead) His IQ is good for certain things particularly, other than that he doesnt fit this at all. My sister is also Rh negative...and all she has from the list is the catty eyes.

 

My mother, myself  and my other sister are Rh positive.  So basically having rh negative is just from one or the other parent.

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Knowing your blood type also allows you to know what foods and diet you should eat in order to remain in optimal health and free from digestive disorders and other health problems.


Our blood groups indicate our ancient ancestry, my blood group for instance indicates that my ancestry was largely of hunter gathers, and that my idea diet is high in meat and fats but that grains and pulses are not ideal for my digestion.

 

Other blood groups are of the agricultural settled period in our history, and as a result these people are much better at digesting carbohydrates.

 

A high fore-head is a characteristic of Cro-Magnon genetics, while a sloping forehead is a sign of Neanderthal genetics.

 

Most people don't know that Neanderthals actually had bigger brains.

 

 

 

 

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Just now, Beaujangles said:

 

My father is RH negative. He only has one of those characteristics (high forehead) His IQ is good for certain things particularly, other than that he doesnt fit this at all. My sister is also Rh negative...and all she has from the list is the catty eyes.

 

My mother and my other sister are Rh positive.  So basically having rh negative is just from one or the other parent.

Cool, thanks for the info!

 

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2 minutes ago, Truthspoon said:

Knowing your blood type also allows you to know what foods and diet you should eat in order to remain in optimal health and free from digestive disorders and other health problems.


Our blood groups indicate our ancient ancestry, my blood group for instance indicates that my ancestry was largely of hunter gathers, and that my idea diet is high in meat and fats but that grains and pulses are not ideal for my digestion.

 

Other blood groups are of the agricultural settled period in our history, and as a result these people are much better at digesting carbohydrates.

 

A high fore-head is a characteristic of Cro-Magnon genetics, while a sloping forehead is a sign of Neanderthal genetics.

 

Most people don't know that Neanderthals actually had bigger brains.

 

 

 

 

One guy I know told me he had asked his dr and she said "it's not important".

In Japan they read personality type by blood group .

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15 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

One guy I know told me he had asked his dr and she said "it's not important".

 

They tell you this b/c they don't want you to know.

 

15 minutes ago, shadowmoon said:

In Japan they read personality type by blood group .

 

 So does God, why do you think they want to give us this DNA altering vaccine, Microsome 8

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1 minute ago, alexa said:

 

They tell you this b/c they don't want you to know.

 

 

 So does God, why do you think they want to give us this DNA altering vaccine.

Hi Alexa, if you don't mind, could you please expand a bit on these two points?

 

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I know my blood group because I gave blood once when I was a teenager.

 

I am B positive which, according to Dr D'Adamo's blood type theory as per Truthspoon's post above, originates from nomads of the Himalayan Steppes. We are supposedly creative, non-conformist, organised, intuitive, people-oriented and flexible. Blood group B responds well to visualisation and meditation and can become stressed when out of balance.

 

https://dadamo.com/txt/index.pl?1006

 

Interestingly, my maternal haplogroup of J1- linked to Roma - coincides with my nomadic B blood group. My more recent ancestry, however, is about as English as you can get with a small amount of Irish and NW European thrown in.

 

I wouldn't be surprised to learn of O negative ancestry as well as my dad's side of the family includes redheads of Irish descent who would fit much of the rh negative description above.

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7 minutes ago, Mitochondrial Eve said:

I know my blood group because I gave blood once when I was a teenager.

 

I am B positive which, according to Dr D'Adamo's blood type theory as per Truthspoon's post above, originates from nomads of the Himalayan Steppes. We are supposedly creative, non-conformist, organised, intuitive, people-oriented and flexible. Blood group B responds well to visualisation and meditation and can become stressed when out of balance.

 

https://dadamo.com/txt/index.pl?1006

 

Interestingly, my maternal haplogroup of J1- linked to Roma - coincides with my nomadic B blood group. My more recent ancestry, however, is about as English as you can get with a small amount of Irish and NW European thrown in.

 

I wouldn't be surprised to learn of O negative ancestry as well as my dad's side of the family includes redheads of Irish descent who would fit much of the rh negative description above.

 

Thats interesting as my mothers side were Roma. However not of the Bneg blood group.

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4 minutes ago, alexa said:

My cousin is RH Negative, she has auburn hair and very intelligent. I was told that when she was born, she was born blue, I've no idea why this is??

 

from medicinenet:

Blue baby: A baby who is cyanotic (blue), due usually to a heart malformation that prevents the baby's blood from being fully oxygenated. The bluish color reflects the deoxygenated state of the blood. (Oxygenated blood is red.)

 

also 

What blood type causes blue baby syndrome?
Key points about Rh disease

Rh disease occurs during pregnancy. It happens when the Rh factors in the mom's and baby's blood don't match. If the Rh negative mother has been sensitized to Rh positive blood, her immune system will make antibodies to attack her baby.
 
 
 
My sister is Rh Negative and her first baby was Rh Positive. She lost her baby due to the fact that her baby was Rh positive
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her two subsequent babies were fine.
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Just now, Beaujangles said:

 

from medicinenet:

Blue baby: A baby who is cyanotic (blue), due usually to a heart malformation that prevents the baby's blood from being fully oxygenated. The bluish color reflects the deoxygenated state of the blood. (Oxygenated blood is red.)

 

 

shouldn't pregnant women be exempted from the mask, just thinking ? they need oxygen for two... 

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6 hours ago, chud said:

 

shouldn't pregnant women be exempted from the mask, just thinking ? they need oxygen for two... 

 

 

Yes the same as all children....but I think everyone has the right to choose what they do anyway.

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29 minutes ago, Just hoping said:

So, where does the term "blueblood" originate from? And what does it actually refer to? Royalty? 

 

Ive heard a few theories. One being that back in the day the nobility stayed out of the sun and their veins were more visible and showed as blue ( as veins do)  Another was that they only used silver cutlery, utensils and pots...leading to the skin becoming a blueish colour as in argyria.

Then the other was that nobility didnt do manual labour so their skins stayed paler revealing the aforementioned blue veins. I guess there could be a few more theories?

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1 minute ago, Beaujangles said:

 

Ive heard a few theories. One being that back in the day the nobility stayed out of the sun and their veins were more visible and showed as blue ( as veins do)  Another was that they only used silver cutlery, utensils and pots...leading to the skin becoming a blueish colour as in argyria.

Then the other was that nobility didnt do manual labour so their skins stayed paler revealing the aforementioned blue veins. I guess there could be a few more theories?

Interesting,... thanks Beaujangles 

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13 hours ago, Truthspoon said:

Knowing your blood type also allows you to know what foods and diet you should eat in order to remain in optimal health and free from digestive disorders and other health problems.


Our blood groups indicate our ancient ancestry, my blood group for instance indicates that my ancestry was largely of hunter gathers, and that my idea diet is high in meat and fats but that grains and pulses are not ideal for my digestion.

 

Other blood groups are of the agricultural settled period in our history, and as a result these people are much better at digesting carbohydrates.

 

Wow I didn't know anything about this - I had read that part of the problem with Western diets is that we don't get enough Pulses and other vegetables that are, for instance high in B17, a vitamin that may have anti cancer properties (Apricot kernels are full of it)

 

Can you give us any links, I'd like to read up on it.

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5 hours ago, Just hoping said:

So, where does the term "blueblood" originate from? And what does it actually refer to? Royalty? 

 

Might be something to do with Porphyria an illness that apparently many of the Royals have been infected - makes your wee turn Purple/Blue @Truthspoon knows more about I think - I think he wrote an article on it on his website.

 

Here's a related link from the web

 

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What was the truth about the madness of George III?

In recent years, though, it has become fashionable among historians to put his "madness" down to the physical, genetic blood disorder called porphyria. Its symptoms include aches and pains, as well as blue urine.

 Link - https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-22122407

 

 

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O positive here. I know my blood group mainly because my mom is a B-negative, and my dad is an A-positive, and because I used to be a regular blood donor. Curiously, when I was tested for blood as around the time I was born, my blood type was shown to be O negative, but on later checks it turned out to be O positive.

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Just now, Just hoping said:

So, where does the term "blueblood" originate from? And what does it actually refer to? Royalty? 

 

back in the centuries the bleu French word would stand for Dieu (God) in such expressions as vertudieu! (vertubleu) or the more recent parbleu! (in the name of blue/God so more or less for God's sake!)... so having le sang bleu (blue blood) would actually mean 'being of divine origin''... stinks as a period like the 'Renaissance' and still doesn't explain the connection from 'God' to 'blue' but I never dug further... maybe just the 'skies'... 

 

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30 minutes ago, chud said:

 

back in the centuries the bleu French word would stand for Dieu (God) in such expressions as vertudieu! (vertubleu) or the more recent parbleu! (in the name of blue/God so more or less for God's sake!)... so having le sang bleu (blue blood) would actually mean 'being of divine origin''... stinks as a period like the 'Renaissance' and still doesn't explain the connection from 'God' to 'blue' but I never dug further... maybe just the 'skies'... 

 

 

Yes it does seem to be that Bleu is a likening to God or Gods...which seems to correlate with how Royalty sees themselves.

 

Found this too: Sacre Bleu

An English equivalent would be "My Goodness!” or “Golly Gosh!” It was once considered very offensive. It literally means "sacred blue," but it comes from "sacré Dieu" or "sacred God." "Bleu" was used by people to replace "Dieu" in order to avoid the blasphemy of explicitly using the name of God.

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