(01-04-2016, 03:10 PM)Alexandra Wrote:
(01-04-2016, 02:20 PM)Daisy Wrote: Statistically, there are only so many blood types humans may have but why is it "tragic" musicians and actors who die untimely deaths (usually of drug overdoses) tend to have an RH negative, specifically O- blood type? Do you think this is coincidence, a biological predisposition to certain kinds of health risks or sinister influences at play? Any theories could probably fall apart pretty quickly with more evidence but do you think secret groups in the entertainment industry have a particular fascination with this blood type?
Jimi Hendrix O-
John Lennon O-
Janis Joplin O-
Kurt Cobain O-
I've read stuff about Rh- being "reptilian" or whatever.
My mother is type B-. I'm B+. My father-in-law is A-, my husband A+. It'd be interesting to find out what my son has. I've never seen any shape-shifting going on.
Also, Type O- is what's known as a universal donor (AB+ is universal recipient).
I'm starting to wonder if "Reptilian" is a colloquialism based on nicknames given to people who are very creative.
The human brain stem is our oldest part of the brain, nicknamed the "Reptilian" brain. This is sort of like our dog brain; recognizing things by scent, emotions, primal instincts etc. I've often heard talk about personality traits of different blood types and people with O Negative tend to be very creative and ultra sensitive to sound, sight and smell. Since the recognition of chemicals by receptors is vital to sense of smell, differences in acidity and alkalinity can slightly alter how these things are processed. The pineal gland ("The Mind's Eye") is one of the first things nestled right above it before entering the "higher" brain, the cerebrum.
It could just be that older blood types are more, for want of a better word, compatible with the "reptilian" (old) brain because slightly different chemical reactions can influence perception. Again, this is our dog/"snake" part of the brain and everyone has it, so it could just be that RH negative folks are more instinctual about certain environmental and social prompts (which explains why so many politicians and leaders have the blood type) but this is not, necessarily, about higher, cognitive functioning.
Of course, the science wouldn't necessarily be important to those who follow a mythology or belief system about the role of blood type in human society and even occult rituals.