Contactee Blood types
Contactee Blood types Study by ICAR

Here are the findings of the blood type study done by the International Community for Alien Research (I.C.A.R)  the finding come from 4 different questionnaire from 5 different facebook pages, from myspace page, from 2 different contactee reports for icar abductees, from the mufon forum and from people writing to answer the blood type question on the UFO Paranormal radio network site www.paranormalradionetwork.com and the UFO Undercover site www.ufoundercover.com. As well as checking our findings against 10 other Internet sites. We find similarities to prove this is by far the largest and most in depth study of this kind done, to date, by any organization. Our conclusions come from a total of  20 different sources and more then 1400 contactees who took part in this study .Here are the number of contactees per each blood type. In the near future we will talk more about what the finding mean :                O Neg 470  36%                                                                            O Pos 383  27%                                                                             A  Neg 64   4.5%                                                                            A Pos 176  12.5%                                                                          B Neg 43    3%                                                                               B Pos 43    3%                                                                               AB Neg 142 10%                                                                            AB Pos 44 3%                                                                                         Part 2:  Eye Colors in Contactees        Green / Hazel eyes make up 48 % of the 1400  Contactees that took part in this study  and make up 70 % of the O Neg group. Blue eyes making up 36% of the blood types and 23 % of The O Neg group Brown eyes make up 16 % of the study group and 7 % Of the O Neg Group
O Rh positive:  37 percent
A Rh positive:  36 percent
B Rh positive:  9 percent
AB Rh positive:  3 percent
O Rh negative:  7 percent
A Rh negative:  6 percent
B Rh negative:  1 percent
AB Rh negative:  1 percent                   Distribution of Blood Types World Wide
I find it most interesting that the blood type et picks up the most is O Neg.and its a new mutation of the blood types. Rh neg only showed up between 25 and 40 000 years ago and O Neg is the universal donor type very strange that it just appeared out of no where and it saves 1000s of live every year. and yet the only Blood that a O neg person can take is O neg .and half of all contactees have a Rh neg blood type very interesting .
Strange Facts Concerning Rh-Negatives

* Rh-negative women and men display Reptilian Traits:

* An EXTRA-Vertebra (a "Tail Bone"). Some are born with an actual tail (called a "Cauda"). In Sanskrit, Ketuu = The south Lunar Node, also known as Cauda/Draconis, in latin, "dragon's tail" in English.

* Lower than normal Body Temperature

* Lower than normal Blood Pressure

* Higher mental analytical abilities

* Higher Negative-ion shielding (from positive "charged" virus/bacteria) around the body

* High Sensitivity to EM and ELF Fields

* Hyper Vision and other senses

* Have a strong sense of mission or purpose

More TRAITS found in RH negatives:

There are certain similarities that occur to those having RH negative blood - according to some who have it there are common patterns found, which include the following:

1. predominance of green or hazel eyes that change color, also blue eyes

2. reddish hair , brown

3. low pulse rate

4. low blood pressure

5. keen sight or hearing

6. ESP

7. extra rib or vertabrae

8. UFO connections

9. love of space and science

10. a sense of not belonging to the human race

11. piercing eyes

12. para-normal occurrences

13. physic dreams

14. truth seekers

15. desire for higher wisdom

16. empathetic illnesses

17. deep compassion for fate of mankind

18. a sense of a 'mission' in  life

19. physic abilities

20. unexplained scars on body

21. capability to disrupt electrical appliances

22. alien contacts
Contactees
Distribution of Blood Types


Blood provides an ideal opportunity for the study of human variation without cultural prejudice.  It can be easily classified for many different genetically inherited blood typing systems.  Also significant is the fact that we rarely take blood types into consideration in selecting mates.  In addition, few people know their own type today and no one did a century ago.  As a result, differences in blood type frequencies around the world are most likely due to other factors than social discrimination.  Contemporary Japan is somewhat of an exception since there are popular Japanese stereotypes about people with different blood types.  This could affect choice in marriage partners for some Japanese.

All human populations share the same 27 known blood systems, although they differ in the frequencies of specific types.  Given the evolutionary closeness of apes and monkeys to our species, it is not surprising that some of them share a number of blood typing systems with us as well.

When we donate blood or have surgery, a small sample is usually taken in advance for at least ABO  and Rh  systems typing.  If you are O+, the O is your ABO type and the + is your Rh type.  It is possible to be A, B, AB, or O as well as Rh+  or Rh- .  You inherited your blood types from your parents and the environment in which you live can not change them.


ABO Blood Type System

We have learned a good deal about how common each of the ABO blood types is around the world.  It is quite clear that the distribution patterns are complex.  Both clinal and discontinuous distributions exist, suggesting a complicated evolutionary history for humanity.  This can be seen with the global frequency patterns of the type B blood allele (shown in the map below).  Note that it is highest in Central Asia and lowest in the Americas and Australia.  However, there are relatively high frequency pockets in Africa as well.  Overall in the world, B is the rarest ABO blood allele.  Only 16% of humanity have it.


Distribution of the B type blood allele in native populations of the world
0-5
5-10
10-15
15-20
20-25
25-30
Percent of population that has the B allele
The A blood allele is somewhat more common around the world than B.  About 21% of all people share the A allele. The highest frequencies of A are found in small, unrelated populations, especially the Blackfoot Indians of Montana (30-35%), the Australian Aborigines (many groups are 40-53%), and the Lapps, or Saami people, of Northern Scandinavia (50-90%).  The A allele apparently was absent among Central and South American Indians.


Distribution of the A type blood allele in native populations of the world
Percent of population that has the A allele
0-5           10-15                  20-25         30-.35
5-10          10-20                 25-30         35-40+
The O blood type (usually resulting from the absence of both A and B alleles) is very common around the world.  About 63% of humans share it.  Type O is particularly high in frequency among the indigenous populations of Central and South America, where it approaches 100%.  It also is relatively high among Australian Aborigines and in Western Europe (especially in populations with Celtic ancestors).  The lowest frequency of O is found in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, where B is common.


Distribution of the O type blood allele in native populations of the world
Percent of population that has the O type blood
50-60                                      70-80
60-70                                     80-90                     90-100
Other Blood Type Systems

The majority of the people in the world have the Rh+ blood type.  However, it is more common in some regions.  Native Americans and Australian Aborigines were very likely 100% Rh+ before they began interbreeding with people from other parts of the world.  This does not imply that Native Americans and Australian Aborigines are historically closely related to each other.  Most African populations are around 75% Rh+.  Europeans have the lowest frequency of this blood type for any continent.  They are 60% Rh+.  The lowest known frequency is found among the Basques of the Pyrenees Mountains between France and Spain.  They are only 47% Rh+.

The distribution patterns for the Diego  blood system are even more striking.  Evidently, all Africans, Europeans, East Indians, Australian Aborigines, and Polynesians are Diego negative.  The only populations with Diego positive people may be Native Americans (2-46%) and East Asians (3-12%).  This nonrandom distribution pattern fits well with the hypothesis of an East Asian origin for Native Americans.


Conclusion

These patterns of ABO, Rh, and Diego blood type distributions are not similar to those for skin color or other so-called "racial" traits.  The implication is that the specific causes responsible for the distribution of human blood types have been different than those for other traits that have been commonly employed to categorize people into "races."  Since it would be possible to divide up humanity into radically different groupings using blood typing instead of other genetically inherited traits such as skin color, we have more conclusive evidence that the commonly used typological model for understanding human variation is scientifically unsound.

The more we study the precise details of human variation, the more we understand how complex are the patterns.  They cannot be easily summarized or understood.  Yet, this hard-earned scientific knowledge is generally ignored in most countries because of more demanding social and political concerns.  As a result, discrimination based on presumed "racial" groups still continues.  It is important to keep in mind that this "racial" classification often has more to do with cultural and historical distinctions than it does with biology.  In a very real sense, "race" is a distinction that is created by culture not biology.


http://anthro.palomar.edu/vary/vary_3.htm
http://www.in5d.com/rh-negative-blood.html
To help futher research please take the poles below contactees only on the eye color and blood types

Are you a contactee
Yes
No
Maybe


What is your eye color
Green Hezel
Blue
Brown


What type is your blood
O Neg
O Pos
A Neg
A Pos


What  is your blood type
B Neg
B Pos
AB Neg
AB Pos

There is a podcast up at www.paranormalradionetwork.org     on some of the conclusion found from all the data we have colleted over years on blood types from alien abductions and what it means to the human race and the contactees. Also we will be adding data as it comes in on this on going study and we will be adding links that have done similar research please take the polls below to help further our research and if you would like to help join ICAR are write to me at icar@cox.net
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Pod Cast on Blood types http://paranormalradionetwork.org/2010/07/14/ufo-undercover-the-international-community-for-alien-research-icar-contactee-blood-types-study.aspx
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