posted on Apr, 2 2017 @ 05:16 PM
OP, maybe I can give you some information that will put your mind at ease.
I am type o negative and back in the day I did read about some of the "unusual" theories too. However, I am not religious, including any 'new age'
type beliefs, so I took it all with a grain of salt and moved on.
A few years ago I met my new neighbor friend here, and we got to discussing this since she was sick, just got out of the hospital, and I'm injury
prone, so yeah somehow I remembered "negative blood type" and let me now tell you what she told me, I even went and got her to be sure I convey this
What it (negative blood) is, is - An evolutionary adaptation against Malaria. It isn't some "spooky" thing. You can also find plenty of info on
this, it's a mutation that occurred in the middle east, n. Africa, around 15K years ago.
"If anything, it means you're Jewish". Friend says. She's being a smart ass. Plenty of regional people there have it too such as Italians and
There's someone discussing "the Jewish race" in some other forum, I wanted to respond to that too. There is no such thing, that's a religion, but such
ideas may come from ideas and history of Mediterranean people. That region.
But. There are some Native American people with 'negative blood' too. And - they do have oral history going back to around 10, 15K years ago, and they
remember a "great flood". Around this time.
Some kind of cataclysm happened. The First Nations people around here think it started with Lake Superior.
And this is around the same time that these blood types emerged.
Speculation: Something happened that caused drastic changes to the climate. And maybe some peoples blood types "morphed" to protect them from various
The US, Canadian, Great Lakes region is on a comparable latitude to that area as well.
Something happened. That caused mass flooding and changed the climate. End of the last "ice age"? From some of the Native American oral
histories I've read, and the years they are attributed to, it does seem like the around the end of the last ice age. But did "something else" happen
too? Like a meteor strike? I think there is some speculation that something like that happened, which knocked the earth into a 'tilted' orbit. That
would cause climate change. And cause icy spots to melt fast.
Here where we are, right now, west side of Chicago, this was literally underwater at the time. Lake MI extended farther out, and the Great Lakes were
one big mass of water. And frozen in the ice age. This all then melted. Where we sit right now would've been under "Ancient Lake Chicago" apx. 15K
And if certain areas got hotter, and bugs, specifically Malaria carrying mosquitos popped up, human blood types may have adapted to ward this off.
It probably has a simple explanation, and this is probably it. It's just an adaptation against disease.
This is kind of boring, and not very exciting. I am rather practical. And it's an explanation that makes sense.
On the other side of the coin, I mentioned reading Native American history, and there are stories passed down from Elders of the time "before the moon
That makes you think, too. Is 'that' what 'hit'?
I do also think there is something to "electrical fields". If I can come up with some cogent ideas on that, I'll make another post.
I would not worry too much over these things, OP. Do not scare yourself for no reason.