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Originally posted by Erno86
The hippest and most famous black person who was into UFO's, was the late great Jimi Hendrix. Check out his Axis Bold as Love album. In one of Jimi's songs - Jimi poses as a space alien, being interviewed by a reporter. Jimi states-- "Excuse me, for I must be on my way"-- then Jimi plays his Fender Stratocaster guitar, like a flying saucer taking off. The reporter replies-- "I,I,I... don't believe it."
Jimi Hendrix was one of the first persons, that turned me on to flying saucers. I was fortunate to see Jimi play live in 1969.
May he rest in peace.edit on 13-12-2011 by Erno86 because: typoedit on 13-12-2011 by Erno86 because: added a word
Results MAAR Alien Abduction Survey April of 1997 - April 2005 6,900 Legitimate respondents answered 100% of the Questions ( margin of error 4% - or +) Note: a total of 13,270 Respondents took the survey since 1997 but some were eliminated due to inappropriate answers, jokes, spam, age disqualification (being under 13). Or non legitimate return email address as well as answering a few faked questions which indicated the survey taker was lying about their experiences. Also eliminated were those who took to survey more than once due to the same IP address.
-Native American 20%
-East Indian 1%
-Middle Eastern 2%
-No Response 9%
Most people, about 85%, have RH-positive blood. That could support the idea that humans evolved or were derived from Primates. 15 % of humans have RH-negative blood. If blood type is one of least mutable human characteristic, where did the RH negative come from? This question has puzzled scientists for years. There is some evidence that suggests the RH-negative blood group may have appeared about 35,000 years ago.
And the appearance was regional and seemed to, originally, be connected with certain groups/tribes of people. Northern Spain and Southern France is where you can find some of the highest concentration of the RH-negative factor in the Basque people. Another original group were the Eastern/Oriental Jews. In general, about 40 – 45% of Europeans have the RH-negative group. Only about 3% of African descendent and about 1% of Asian or Native American descendent has the RH-negative group.
Due to the larger European numbers, it is a safe bet that was where it was introduced into the human genetic code. Could this also be where the Caucasian was introduced? Is the introduction of Caucasian related to the RH-blood factor.
You know, I would have sworn I saw a moderator thread saying they were going to improve the quality of the posts allowed about aliens and UFOs a couple of weeks ago. What happened to that? You guys and girls must have forgotten, because the quality of this thread is quite low.
Originally posted by Awoken4Ever
Is there famous Ufologists that are black?