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The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 5
Re: Could Mysticism be a type "A" innovation?
Posted By: anon
Date: June-10, 1998 at 02:44:20
In Response To: Re: Could Mysticism be a type "A" innovation? (Sue)
I don't see how anyone with conscience could allow this to pass without objection or correction.
Sue stated that all "natives have been pretty much wiped out" . . . This statement is not only
absurd, but insulting; there are a multitude of tribes today in the United States; Native American
tribes are not only alive, well, and thriving within reservations as units throughout our country,
probably within states you would never imagine as having Native American communities or reservations,
but their members also number among successful members of our society outside reservations. That
their population has been greatly diminished is historically clear, but "wiped out" is a blind
acquiecence to Hollywood's earlier portrayals, a refusal to admit their existence and vitality and,
in fact, real contribution to the America we know and in which we live.
To tie this to ER4YT (and legitimize my post), Dr. D did suggest Native Americans are most probably
type O and, therefore, need the hunter-gatherer meat/protein-based diet. As there ARE still a great
many Native Americans amongst us, this would surely suggest a valuable source/resouce of information
for any of our dietary approaches and research.
Thank you for listening/reading. This website is a mine of information I am finding invaluable in
making decisions and choices.
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Thomas Seay -- Thursday, 18 June 1998, at 7:27 p.m.