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The Biotype Research shows that blood type Rh-negative has more IgE allergies than Rh-positive. In fact, Rh-neg has the highest rate of immediate allergies of all blood types. The graph at right is an example. This biotype especially reacts to nuts and beans, but also to eggs, some meats, gluten grains and nightshades, as shown below. Their worst allergen is peanuts, a native American food.
Biotype O is a Tropical biotype. This type has inherited a tropical gene for blood type O from very ancient ancestors in southern India, Indonesia, Africa, or from the Amerindians in North, Central and South America.
The Biotype Research shows that blood type O has the highest rate of dairy allergies of all blood types, including both immediate and delayed allergies. The IgG graph at right is an example. This biotype also reacts to eggs and gluten grains, as shown at right. IgG scores of 1600 are mild, 2400 are moderate, and 3200 denote strong allergies. Blood type B also displays some immediate allergies (IgE), plus reactions to seafood lectins and T-cell allergens (milk).
Originally posted by Witness2008
The negative RH factor that roughly 14 percent of the worlds population has intrigues me. Where did this supposed mutation have its beginning? Could there be some truth to the testimony of some that their blood somehow gives them traits that others do not have such as greater psychic abilities, eye color, hair color and even alien contact.
This board is full of curious people and I am sure that some of you will type in the proper search term on any search engine and will come back with much meaty converstion. It is a subject I have researched for a few months now, and it has some pretty frightening implications.
Copper is essential in the formation of normal healthy proteins, that is, normal amino acid sequences, in that it provides a balanced pH state for the blood and tissues, maintaining the proper concentration of hydrogen for forming the bonds in normal protein synthesis. Copper is acidic at a pH of 5.5 and is important in providing a balance of the numerous alkaline and acidic nutrient minerals. A balanced pH of 7.00 is present in blood type AB, which is the only normal blood type, while the average pH of the alkaline blood types (A/O) was set up to 7.54 in 2005 and the pH of the acidic blood type B decreased further by the same date. As copper depletes, and blood pH deviates further from neutral 7.00 pH level, lifespan decreases. According to documentation on metabolic alkalosis, mortality rates have been reported as 45% in patients with an arterial blood pH of 7.55 and 80% when the pH was greater than 7.65. Mortality rates increase in the acidic blood type as well, with significant increases as the pH approaches 6.8. The desired population reduction rate was set up by increasing the pH level of the alkaline blood types to 7.54, while decreasing the pH of the acidic blood type.
Consequently, due to unbalanced pH levels, the vast majority of the population has malformed proteins and is missing normal proteins, as can be evidenced just in the blood properties as noted in different “blood types”. The blood types of A, B, and O are missing the normal (clotting) proteins; type A is missing B, B is missing A, and O is missing both A and B proteins. The “Rhesus Factor” (D-protein) is a probable malformed or variant A or B protein, resulting from insufficient copper levels. Moreover, we were not created with “blood incompatibilities” that would harm us and our unborn children, as known to occur with an rH negative mother and rH positive fetus, and with blood transfusions. The blood type AB is balanced and therefore does not carry the malformed “Rhesus Factor” protein as found in the other blood types, thus, only AB negative blood is possible.
Originally posted by ldyserenity
reply to post by Witness2008
Well I for one do not beleive this at all. I am POS Rh factor and a psychic/empath/healer. However oddly enough The US ARMY still documents me as B POS, when I give blood they acknowledge me as O POS so they always keep sending me info for more bloodbanks as O POS is high demand...also one place said I was B NEG but I made them retest and they acknowledged me as B POS. So 2 places say B POS and 2 say O POS. All these unaffiliated...one was a NJ bloodbank, one was a clinic in NJ, I mentioned one is the army, and one isa FLORIDA bloodbank.
Originally posted by AzoriaCorp
I am pretty sure I am B positive and I have some quite unique abilities myself. They are far from super powers but they are better than average. I gain lean muscle mass quite easily with little protein and caloric intake. I gain strength easily and even maintain it for long periods of being absent from the gym. I rarely get sick and if I do I am over it within 72hrs without the aide of medications. Injuries and wounds heal much faster than most of my friends and partners of the gym that I compare myself with. Plus I age very well. I am 26 and look 18. So I am not sure that your RH neg blood type theory is on par but I will have to do some research so I can further speculate.