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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 4




Re: Bloodtype A de-evolved into B and O (or like a game of telephone)

Posted By: Sue
Date: May-14, 1998 at 21:22:07

Hello,

I think I should add that a major piece missing from this discussion of ancient diets and who or what ate what
is the WHERE factor. Keep in mind that continents and land masses, and even the axis and/or tilt of the earth
changed several times before the present day. For example, the land mass now buried under ice in Antarctica
used to be 2500 miles to the north and was the site of a very highly evolved civilization, much of which was
destroyed when polar ice caused a huge land shift, lots of flooding and earthquakes. Some people there left
in boats and landed in places like Egypt and South America, where they established some very interesting
ways of thinking and surviving, one of which being agriculture. When I let my imagination roam, I sometimes
think it's possible that they had blood type A and introduced into the O populations.

Sue



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  • Re: Bloodtype A de-evolved into B and O (or like a game of telephone)
    Sue -- Sunday, 17 May 1998, at 10:03 p.m.

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