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The Thule Gesellschaft, which is directly connected with the Grand Lodge....
their website: www.thule-gesellschaft.org...
Originally posted by VenusAmina
Weather or not you believe in the Thule and it's mission
the business is making money by selling a solution to a problem that the business itself created (or that it intentionally allows to continue to exist).... the statute is sufficiently broad to encompass illegal activities relating to any enterprise affecting interstate or foreign commerce.
If you don't intend to kill or injure someone, can you send blood through the post? Yes, with the right packaging. If the blood you'd like to mail is pathogen-free, the United States Postal Service is happy to transport it by ground or air. (Same goes for saliva, urine, and stool samples.) But first you'll need to satisfy the Department of Transportation's safety requirements: Place your bodily fluids in a leak-proof receptacle (like a test tube), cushion it with an absorbent cloth, insert the tube and cloth together into a plastic bag or some secondary leak-proof container, and then stuff the whole mess into a sturdy box with the phrase exempt human specimen in bold lettering. (Go to Page 10 of this PDF* for a visual.) Of course it's impossible to know whether untested blood contains viruses or other disease-causing microorganisms, but for shipping purposes, a "reasonable expectation" that pathogens aren't present is good enough.