Wow, this is a long thread...admittedly, I only got to page 10, I think, so if I repeat something, my apologies. The blood type groups have ALWAYS
fascinated me, as well as the Rh factor. But let me state for the record, I'm B+, and have experienced most, if not all and THEN some, of what has
been mentioned thus far. I think it's safe to say that the Rh factor does not predetermine someone's ability to tap into inherent psychic or
paranormal abilities, or even their interest in these topics.
I am brown haired, greenish hazel eyes with quite a bit of European blood in my family tree, and also native American Indian. It shouldn't be so,
considering that I fit all the predispositions for Rh-, so maybe we're all going about this the wrong way. I will admittedly say that I've not had
my blood tested in years, so I don't know if it's changed or not...I would be shocked if it did, and then I'd be a believer that something was
Scientifically speaking, those who are Rh- are simply missing the D antigen present in Rh+ types. (There are over 50 different types of antigens
within the 30 different blood groups). The antigen is responsible for fighting off disease by producing antibodies. The D antigen is important in
the development of isoimmunization in Rh-negative persons exposed to the blood of Rh-positive persons. This is purely a genetic expression. Mixing
these different bloods will, essentially, place them at war with each other because each one's antigens will produce antibodies to fight off the
foreign blood it does not recognize. Personally, I think it was nature's way of preventing humans from hybridizing between races, not to allude that
any one in particular was better than the other....just different. Bypassing natural laws in this manner can eventually lead to infertility in
subsequent generations in hybrid animals...I wonder if this will be a problem within the human race. Interestingly, in most hybridized plants, the
seeds will revert back to one of the parental varieties and not carry the hybridized gene. As we all know, GMO's are a big source of debate where
our produce is concerned, and studies are showing that the genetically modified produce may have harmful long-term effects on humans. If we are the
ones who are genetically modifying ourselves to mix blood types, what does the future hold for us?
Anyway, here are some interesting things I found.....
According to Wikipedia:
Blood group B has its highest frequency in Northern India and neighboring Central Asia, and its incidence diminishes both towards the west and the
east, falling to single digit percentages in Spain.
The Japanese have developed a personality chart based on one's blood type which has gained both acceptance and criticism over the years. Although
there is no scientific evidence and it does not address the Rh factor, I'm going to post this along with some other "theories", just to make the
topic a bit more interesting. This is highly regarded in Japan and Taiwan...so much so that unless you want people to shun you, you don't tell them
what your blood type is, in case it is one in which they look down on for whatever reason.
Japanese blood type personality chart
Best traits Earnest, creative, sensible, reserved, patient, responsible
Worst traits Fastidious, over-earnest, stubborn, tense, conservative
Best traits Wild, active, doer, creative, passionate, strong
Worst traits Selfish, irresponsible, unforgiving, unpredictable
Best traits Cool, controlled, rational, sociable
Worst traits Critical, indecisive, forgetful, irresponsible
Best traits Agreeable, sociable, optimistic
Worst traits Vain, rude, jealous, arrogant
On a completely unrelated, unscientific note, I find it fascinating that there are countless documentations of people randomly changing blood types
without any interference. I think this warrants investigation. There are all sorts of conspiracies that the Rh factor is bad, and then there are
those that the Rh factor is good....it's related to Jesus according to some and related to reptilians according to others. Personally, I find it
more fascinating that the blood changed, when there's no scientific reason for it to have happened at all. We should compile data that includes
things like diet, medical history, age....maybe we can find a connection.