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Changing DNA

 
Thyme2awaken
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Changing DNA
I was born with A+ in Navy it was A- then after getting attuned to Reiki Master became O+

I believe my "junk" DNA was activated that the Annunaki deactivated and thus changed my blood type.

anyone else?
Anonymous Coward
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05/07/2006 02:52 AM
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Re: Changing DNA
Your not a drug addict are you.
Thyme2awaken  (OP)

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05/07/2006 02:53 AM
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Re: Changing DNA
no,i do have ms
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05/07/2006 02:57 AM
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Re: Changing DNA
That's really interesting, OP. I've been wondering about this ever since I saw a map of the world showing that bloodtype is distributed along geographical instead of genetic lines.

If this really happens you can bet it's something very big, very important.
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05/07/2006 02:58 AM
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Re: Changing DNA
The implication seems to be that your social-sexual experiences alter your blood type.
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05/07/2006 02:59 AM
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Thyme2awaken  (OP)

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80475 ???? what do you mean
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Re: Changing DNA
If your blood type has really changed that's a big deal. What made it happen?

This map seems to imply there's a strong environmental factor involved. [link to anthro.palomar.edu]

If this is true than our "science of medicine" is no less a fraud than our newspapers and evening news.
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05/07/2006 03:40 AM
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Re: Changing DNA
I'm sorry, but this is along the lines of IMPOSSIBLE...
tohellwithyourturtle

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05/07/2006 03:43 AM
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Re: Changing DNA
Blood type is determined by sections of chromosome 9...in other words, do you mutate on a regular basis? stars
"It's easy to be certain, one only has to be sufficiently vague."
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It's interesting to speculate on possible reasons the Swiss Red Cross hit on the idea very early that blood collection from all over the world was a clever thing to do.
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Re: Changing DNA
Thyme,
that is very interesting...
I wonder who else has had this experience ?
Have you had blood transfusions ?
My eye color has changed since I was a kid.
I have heard that as One deeply cleans out toxins from their system , that eye color can be affected.
I was born with brownish eyes and they are now like a greyish blue dark green.
i have a friend who also has radically changed the eating habits inheireted from the family she was born into,
and her eye color also underwent transformation.
My Mother thinks I wear colored contacts, no joke !
If eye color can change, why not blood type ?! 1dunno1
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tohellwithyourturtle

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Re: Changing DNA
[link to antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov]
"It's easy to be certain, one only has to be sufficiently vague."
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05/07/2006 03:55 AM
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Blood type is a function of your DNA, as is your eye color. I agree that the shade of your eye color may change slightly due to toxins or the spectrum of light reflecting off of it, but these things are set in stone from birth. If a person's blood type changed, it would be THE biological miracle.
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Indeed, tohellwithyourturtle... But why my turtle?
tohellwithyourturtle

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Re: Changing DNA
True enchanter...another factor in eye color is the shape of the cornea, as in the way that it refracts light...I have nothing to back this up other than this...I've always had blue eyes. Recently I've developed an astygmatism in my left eye and now it's more greenish than blue.
Like I said said, I base this on essentially nothing outside of personal experience, much like a ghost story.
"It's easy to be certain, one only has to be sufficiently vague."
BlueDolphin

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More realities exist then could ever be categorized by "modern" science book
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tohellwithyourturtle

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05/07/2006 04:02 AM
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Re: Changing DNA
Because the fucker bit me.





But really, my screen name came from trying multiple names, all were taken so I rolled my eyes in frustration, thus seeing the extensive porcelain turtle collection in the apartment I was in. No more, no less...
"It's easy to be certain, one only has to be sufficiently vague."
tohellwithyourturtle

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BD, shall we revert to the "mystical" BELIEFS of 2000 yrs. ago?
"It's easy to be certain, one only has to be sufficiently vague."
BlueDolphin

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05/07/2006 04:08 AM
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Re: Changing DNA
A belief implies faith,
the changing blood type and eye color situation is an observable fact...
different realm from that of mystical belief.

coffeecup
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tohellwithyourturtle

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05/07/2006 04:12 AM
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I think you missed my sarcasm...oh well.



BTW, I haven't talked to you in a while BD, how are things?
"It's easy to be certain, one only has to be sufficiently vague."
Anonymous Coward
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05/07/2006 04:14 AM
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Changing blood type would be an observable fact. It would also mean that DNA was changing, which would also be an observable fact. If a man's DNA were to change, he would no longer be human, or alive, probably... Our body creates certain blood cells by the blueprint that our DNA provides... I can't argue this anymore, go take a biology class.
BlueDolphin

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hi Hey Turtle...could be better but all things considered, things are good...
hope they're good by you too ! hf
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05/07/2006 04:28 AM
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Re: Changing DNA
"Can my basic Blood type change?
Not normally. However, interpretations of results using more sophisticated reagents or techniques may lead to an apparent change. (see the following)

Can I develop a rare Blood type?
Yes, or more likely a rare componendont_use_thisood. On very rare occasions as a result of certain severe diseases, this phenomenon has been documented."

[link to www.bloodbook.com]
tohellwithyourturtle

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Yep, all's good here...about to buy a new house and rent out the one I have now.
"It's easy to be certain, one only has to be sufficiently vague."
tohellwithyourturtle

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Sorry, I'll stop with the hijacking.
"It's easy to be certain, one only has to be sufficiently vague."
BlueDolphin

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Re: Changing DNA
Blood type can change,
DNA can be altered as genetic memory is transformed in Spiritual alchemy...

we can walk on water too. headbang


edit--> Turtle, good for you man cheers
all the best !!
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Nomad nli.
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Re: Changing DNA
I've heard reports of Rh- women changing to Rh+ when they were pregnant. That is they would go from a A- to A+, for instance. Being Rh- can cause complications in pregnancy (if the fetus is +), so this could be the body adapting.

The Rh factor is something 'on' your blood cells, either there or not (-/+). If you look on a map of where it's most common, you'll see pockets at the edge of the map and in isolated areas - such as the Basque, who have it in the highest concentrations. It's considered an older type of blood, that's gradually been breeded out by the dominant Rh+ type.

When you went from A+ to A-, you 'lost' something on your blood cells. When you went from A+ to O+ you also lost something (the A is also something 'on' you blood cells). If this is happening to you and it's not just faulty testing, your blood is reverting to a 'simpler', perhaps more in line with the original/root state of blood type. If you're O+ now, the last thing you have to loose is the +. O- is the universal doner because this type has none of the things 'on' their cells.

Hope this helps to inform a bit.

Nomad
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05/07/2006 07:07 AM
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Is it true,that all newborn babies exhibit blue eyes to start with and then after 3 days the final colour is determined? By the way,some time ago,on GLP,I read about evidence of blood AB type having been traced on the the Turin Shroud.Apparently AB (minus?) is very rare indeed,only to be found in a few percent of the population.
Gravian

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Re: Changing DNA
Maybe you're one of those real life chimeras, with more than one set of DNA in use.

Well thats the only thing I can think of.

And what the hell is "spiritual alchemy?"
The truth is a complex grid of simple observations, to know the truth you must find it yourself as no one can explain it to you.
Some can show you it.
Some can even tell you where to look.
But it is always there, in front of you waiting to be found.
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05/07/2006 07:41 AM
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Re: Changing DNA
It is possible for one person to carry two dna profiles so maybe it's possible for that to affect blood type.

An embryo in the womb can absorb its sibling embryo and carry the dna of that sibling in various organs of the body.