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Extraterrestrial Threat to those with negative blood types?

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posted on May, 8 2011 @ 09:52 AM
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Originally posted by Illusionsaregrander
THIS MESSAGE WAS ENCRYPTED TO GIVE ME A CHANCE BEFORE THE GOVERNMENT DISCOVERED IT BY THE TIME YOU DECIPHER THIS I WILL BE GONE C X WILL BRING UNDESIRABLE CHANGE TO SOME BUT NOT DESTRUCTION WORLD GOVERNMENTS ARE NOT RELEASING THIS INFORMATION IN FEAR THAT ANARCHY WILL ENSUE I RELEASE THIS INFORMATION IN HOPE THAT SOMEBODY WILL TAKE NOTICE AND BE PREPARED WHAT DO I MEAN BY PREPARED IF YOU ARE A RELIGOUS BELIEVER BE PREPARED TO HAVE YOUR BELIEFS CHALLENGED IF YOU ARE BLOOD TYPE O A B OR AB BE PREPARED FOR CHANGE SOME WILL SEE THIS AS A POSITIVE CHANGE OTHERS WILL BE AFRAID EVERYONE BE PREPARED TO BE SEPARATED I DONT NEED TO TELL YOU WHEN THIS WILL HAPPEN YOU ALREADY KNOW "


I am sorry if this has been covered already, it is a thread of many pages, and I only came upon it earlier and haven't had time to go through all the replies...but I have been looking into blood types to see if there was any validity to what the poster was saying. And there might be...but if they are opining that the threat is extraterrestrial I would rather cautiously squeak 'False Flag'...

Rhesus negativity is a recessive gene, positive being dominant has gradually, and almost, wiped out rhesus negative, hence the small percentile of the population that they represent. Up until recently, it was likely that a pregnancy of a rhesus negative mother and a rhesus positive father would result in problems, sometimes fatal, for the child. For example RH Disease...


Rh disease (also known as Rh (D) disease, Rhesus incompatibility, Rhesus disease, RhD Hemolytic Disease of the Newborn, Rhesus D Hemolytic Disease of the Newborn or RhD HDN) is one of the causes of hemolytic disease of the newborn (HDN). The disease ranges from mild to severe, and typically occurs only in some second or subsequent pregnancies of Rh negative women where the fetus' father is Rh positive. In mild cases, the fetus may have mild anaemia with reticulocytosis. In moderate or severe cases the fetus may have a more marked anaemia and erythroblastosis (erythroblastosis fetalis). When the disease is very severe it may cause HDN, hydrops fetalis, or stillbirth.


en.wikipedia.org...

It is proposed that the rhesus negative has been successful bred out of most species but still remains in humans...which is where it gets interesting,


For a long time, the origin of RHD polymorphism was an evolutionary enigma [19][20][21]. Before the advent of modern medicine, the carriers of the rarer allele (e.g. RhD-negative women in a population of RhD positives or RhD-positive men in a population of RhD negatives) were at a disadvantage as some of their children (RhD-positive children born to preimmunised RhD-negative mothers) were at a higher risk of fetal or newborn death or health impairment from hemolytic disease. It was suggested that higher tolerance of RhD-positive heterozygotes against Toxoplasma-induced impairment of reaction time [16][17] and Toxoplasma-induced increase of risk of traffic accident[18] could counterbalance the disadvantage of the rarer allele and could be responsible both for the initial spread of the RhD allele among the RhD-negative population and for a stable RhD polymorphism in most human populations. It was also suggested that differences in the prevalence of Toxoplasma infection between geographical regions (0–95%) could also explain the striking variation in the frequency of RhD-negative alleles between populations. According to some parasitologists [16] it is possible that the better psychomotor performance of RhD-negative subjects in the Toxoplasma-free population could be the reason for spreading of the “d allele” (deletion) in the European population. In contrast to the situation in Africa and certain (but not all) regions of Asia, the abundance of wild cats (definitive hosts of Toxoplasma gondii) in the European territory was very low before the advent of the domestic cat.


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And when you tie that into this...


It has been found that the parasite has the ability to change the behaviour of its host: infected rats and mice are less fearful of cats—in fact, some of the infected rats seek out cat-urine-marked areas. This effect is advantageous to the parasite, which will be able to proliferate as a cat could eat the infected rat and later reproduce.[25] The mechanism for this change is not completely understood, but there is evidence that toxoplasmosis infection raises dopamine levels and concentrates in the amygdala in infected mice.[26]

The findings of behavioural alteration in rats and mice have led some scientists to speculate that Toxoplasma may have similar effects in humans, even in the latent phase that had previously been considered asymptomatic. Toxoplasma is one of a number of parasites that may alter their host's behaviour as a part of their life cycle.[27] The behaviors observed, if caused by the parasite, are likely due to infection and low-grade encephalitis, which is marked by the presence of cysts in the human brain, which may produce or induce production of a neurotransmitter, possibly dopamine,[28] therefore acting similarly to dopamine reuptake inhibitor type antidepressants and stimulants.

Correlations have been found between latent Toxoplasma infections and various characteristics:[29]

Decreased novelty seeking behaviour[30]
Slower reactions[31]
Lower rule-consciousness and greater jealousy (in men)[30]
Greater warmth, conscientiousness and moralistic behavior (in women)[30]
The evidence for behavioral effects on humans is controversial.[32] No prospective research has been done on the topic, e.g., testing people before and after infection to ensure that the proposed behavior arises only afterwards. Although some researchers have found potentially important associations with Toxoplasma, the causal relationship, if any, is unknown, i.e., it is possible that these associations merely reflect factors that predispose certain types of people to infection. However, many of the neurobehavioral symptoms that are postulated to be due to toxoplasmosis correlate to the general function of dopamine in the human brain, and the fact that toxoplasma encodes the dopamine synthetic enzyme tyrosine hydroxylase enzymes makes it likely that neurobehavioral symptoms can result from infection.

Studies have found that toxoplasmosis is associated with an increased car accident rate in people with Rh-negative blood. The chance of an accident relative to uninfected people is increased roughly 2.5 times.[28][33][34]

This may be due to the slowed reaction times that are associated with infection.[33] "If our data are true then about a million people a year die just because they are infected with Toxoplasma," the researcher Jaroslav Flegr told The Guardian.[35] The data shows that the risk decreases with time after infection, but is not due to age.[28] Ruth Gilbert, medical coordinator of the European Multicentre Study on Congenital Toxoplasmosis, told BBC News Online these findings could be due to chance, or due to social and cultural factors associated with Toxoplasma infection.[36] However there is also evidence of a delayed effect which increases reaction times.[37]



en.wikipedia.org...

Well...may be not aliens, but I think that there is the possibility of something here...




posted on May, 8 2011 @ 09:54 AM
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reply to post by Stormdancer777
 


I agree that the blood.....holds deep secrets that the average person will never know about, maybe even 'soul' related, but that still does not explain the cheesy way of bringing this information to our attention.



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 09:56 AM
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The CX thing in the OP, hmm It could mean "110" As in Roman Numerals, C - 100 and X - 10. That is just my thought about that encryption. Their could be many possibilities to what CX what really means. But If it is Roman Numerals for something that could be worth looking into.
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posted on May, 8 2011 @ 09:57 AM
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I'm B-

¨ Extra vertebra. - pretty sure no.
¨ Higher than average IQ- yes
¨ More sensitive vision and other senses.- Yes
¨ Lower body temperature - Yes
¨ Higher blood pressure - No
¨ Increased occurrence of psychic/intuitive abilities - Yes
¨ Predominantly blue, green, or Hazel eyes - Blue
¨ Red or reddish hair - Blonde (sister and relatives have red)
¨ Has increased sensitivity to heat and sunlight - Yes
¨ Cannot be cloned - LOL =p
¨ Alien Abduction and other unexplained phenomenon - Yes, abductee, time slip recently.


ETA:
- Worried about this at all? No

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posted on May, 8 2011 @ 09:58 AM
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Originally posted by 1000TonBlocks
reply to post by Stormdancer777
 


I agree that the blood.....holds deep secrets that the average person will never know about, maybe even 'soul' related, but that still does not explain the cheesy way of bringing this information to our attention.


I know, I wouldn't worry about it myself,

Back say fifteen years ago I realized we are all just stranded on an inhospitable but beautiful planet, they are back.



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 10:01 AM
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Originally posted by BadPenny


Correlations have been found between latent Toxoplasma infections and various characteristics:[29]

Decreased novelty seeking behaviour[30]
Slower reactions[31]
Lower rule-consciousness and greater jealousy (in men)[30]
Greater warmth, conscientiousness and moralistic behavior (in women)[30]
The evidence for behavioral effects on humans is controversial.[32] No prospective research has been done on the topic, e.g., testing people before and after infection to ensure that the proposed behavior arises only afterwards. Although some researchers have found potentially important associations with Toxoplasma, the causal relationship, if any, is unknown, i.e., it is possible that these associations merely reflect factors that predispose certain types of people to infection. However, many of the neurobehavioral symptoms that are postulated to be due to toxoplasmosis correlate to the general function of dopamine in the human brain, and the fact that toxoplasma encodes the dopamine synthetic enzyme tyrosine hydroxylase enzymes makes it likely that neurobehavioral symptoms can result from infection.

Studies have found that toxoplasmosis is associated with an increased car accident rate in people with Rh-negative blood. The chance of an accident relative to uninfected people is increased roughly 2.5 times.[28][33][34]

This may be due to the slowed reaction times that are associated with infection.[33] "If our data are true then about a million people a year die just because they are infected with Toxoplasma," the researcher Jaroslav Flegr told The Guardian.[35] The data shows that the risk decreases with time after infection, but is not due to age.[28] Ruth Gilbert, medical coordinator of the European Multicentre Study on Congenital Toxoplasmosis, told BBC News Online these findings could be due to chance, or due to social and cultural factors associated with Toxoplasma infection.[36] However there is also evidence of a delayed effect which increases reaction times.[37]



en.wikipedia.org...

Well...may be not aliens, but I think that there is the possibility of something here...



Just reading back through the above, and perhaps I'm wrong about the aliens. Have I watched too much Star trek? Or is that sounding a lot like a symbient, but not, necessarily, as we know it?



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 10:09 AM
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Originally posted by JustXeno
Maybe reverse psychology so all us positive blood types have nothing to fear, then the switcharoo its the negatives that are alright, would fit with the 80% population decrease theory then .


I agree. I was thinking the same thing. If you look at the Georgia Guidestones, they say to maintain the human population at 500 million. We're at what now...almost 7 billion? That's 7% of the current population.

10-15% of the global population is Rh-. If you're looking at a viral or biological attack, and your aim is population reduction, it seems to me targeting the Rh+ group is the more likely target.

Also, the total Rh- group can fluctuate due to deaths or other issues.

What I'm getting at is this. The Rh- population is significantly smaller. It is linked to supposedly to various ET activity and multiple theories, and is considered a mutation in the human genome.

I'll see what I can dig up. This is a fascinating thread.

Here is a site where I found this info.
www.rhnegativeregistry.com...



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 10:18 AM
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I started wondering last night if maybe I had things backwards.....
and maybe having an A antigen - blood
type A---would make one more susecptable to any virus to a virus that has that same protein coating it....
well, ran across a whole mess of scientific mumbo jumbo that well...would be better suited for someone a little more versed in biological science them me, and well, there's this one little article that I am posting that is alittle more versed according to my language ability....

although the person doesn't sound any more knowledgable then me...so well, could someone who knows a little more about such things look into it??

scienceblogs.com...



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 10:18 AM
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If anyone does have the email address that has been censored, I would love a U2U. I'll send the dude an email. We can make it a group thing where anyone that wants to insert a query can, and we'll send it as one whole query, just a notion.


I have received requested contact info (thank you, you know who you are
). This is what I am going to do. I am going to try and first see if I can even make contact. Being that our "mystery" poster is supposedly on the run, if true, may be cause for a delay with said initial contact, more a delay with the reply.

When/if contact has been established, I will then post a reply in the thread and if "mystery" poster is keen to the idea, I will then take any requests that the membership would like me to include in a further email. Wish me luck!



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 10:21 AM
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Well, look at this vid, I have watched all parts of it, and he talks about the Abomination of desolation, and that the secret is in all of us... Have a look.



I think he takes it too far some times, it might be just because Im not seeing what he is seeing..



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 10:25 AM
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Originally posted by snowspirit
reply to post by Illusionsaregrander

It feels like there is so much going on these days, the only thing we know for sure anymore,



The only thing we know for sure these days is someone is NOT going to go through the posting of 20 replies in order to post an end of the world secret message. Secondly, this would be the LAST site anyone would post anything of a serious nature because no one (or rather, only idiots and the naive) would believe it. Jeez!



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 10:26 AM
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So this concerns me a little for a couple reasons. First I am semi-rare type O-. Sought by donor organizations because I can give blood to all. Type O converts to recipients blood type. However O- can only receive blood from other O- donors. Blood type is found in 3.52% of the worlds population. Followed by B- at 1.39% and AB- at 0.45%.

Now for the next part, please open your minds and bear with me. Over the past several weeks I have had a burning in my ankle (like a curling iron laying on my leg). A short time ago I noticed a small circular scar just above (a few inches) where the discomfort was radiating. Then, in my time here at ATS, I became interested in the abduction phenomena due to memories from my childhood (which I have not shared but with one other) and similarities with other's stories. I decided on a whim to use a metal detector on this spot where the burning was occurring (still while I write this message) and discovered I do, indeed, have some sort of material underneath above-mentioned scar giving off a magnetic field.

So my question has to be this, am I cattle? Or is there a more simple answer to my conundrum.
I am by nature, logical, and look at everything including phenomena with which I seemed to be involved with a very skeptical eye. I am however, concerned at this latest information and the implications it seems to impose.



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 10:26 AM
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Good luck....I'll be anxiously waiting!



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 10:27 AM
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I am o rh- C-D-E-
What does it mean? Am i doomed?? Or maybe a royal?



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 10:28 AM
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I think someone is sitting back laughing at the "fruits of their labor". You could post just about anything here and watch it grow. Like a chia pet, but faster and slightly more creative.



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 10:32 AM
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Zing


Twas just a "Hypothesis" a what if of course

Anyhow

Well it looks like im a reptilian hybrid of some sort? I find this fascinating... hmmm. What will become of my simian counter parts? Or is it us Draco that will be wiped out? Will I become a blood farm for ET? Is this an extermination? Paving the way for a colonization? A upgrade/A downgrade?

Why is the NORAD whistle blower giving us a riddle?

Will this thread get 404'ed?



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 10:35 AM
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Although this story is interesting, I still have my reserves. The question that has been pondering me throughout this spectacle is the individual that decipher the code has not been participating unless, I missed it.

Has anyone got any further discussion with the individual who decipher the code? It's convinient that the code was broken within 30 minutes or so and no further followup from the original breaker.

What stick out from me is not how this story was unfolded, but how It seems that the whole story was a front to deliberately deflect the attentionf from one thing to another. When that happens it could only mean that one is getting close to the truth.

My view from this story:

1. Government "insider" releasing privity information (its a well known gov. play that will intrigue all conspiracy mind)
2. Information that takes further analysis such as a code (Intrigue the mind further to gravitate on the idea)
3. Breaking the code (a revelation to further question)
4. Make it convincing (this is when it all blacked out removing the original thread and 504 error)
5. Behold the great conspiracy (finaly accept the whole scenario)
6. Generate misleading discussion (further contaminate the original post)
7. MIA (This is where we don't hear from both the original poster and the code breaker)
8. Timing (Focusing on one attention to another)

You give the thread enough elements of a conspiracy to intruige the curiousity of the mind and the mind will follow.



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posted on May, 8 2011 @ 10:36 AM
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Wouldn't GI Joe repel the forces of evil and free his RH- bretheren from the grips of the Alien Blood Farm?



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 10:45 AM
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From the way it's written, You're safe :-)



posted on May, 8 2011 @ 10:46 AM
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I am new here but have been following ATS for a while. From what I read it seems like people are getting worked up over a paragraph that has no fact or evidence to support its claim. This does not seem right considering we are all about fact and truth. I think we need to discard the original message as a hoax or just put it aside as a sidenote in case something does come from it later. This note did bring the questions to mind though of what our blood types could possibly mean, like the illuminati, maybe people should start from there instead. Just a suggestion, it just seems like this note shows how us "crazy" people can get worked up over something that could have easily been made up. The media would have a field day if they posted it...just saying.
Btw, if we are talking about Amalgam, the one who posted the original note, anyone notice the letters of his name can spell Gamma-LA, a fatty acid that can speed up cancer cell growth? Something I found interesting



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