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From: "Wilma Ranger" <>
Subject: Re: [DNA] Blood Group B and Neolithic Origin
Date: Mon, 9 Jun 2003 16:39:40 -0700
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All this DNA and Blood type confuses , me. My three children 2 boys and a
girl do not have a match in blood type of either my husband or my self. I
am a plain ole O Pos. Husband A neg. my children all b neg. I have
double cousins that has the type of b neg.
Wilma

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From: "Annie, The WritingTeacher" <>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, June 09, 2003 11:42 AM
Subject: [DNA] Blood Group B and Neolithic Origin


> Everyone in my family has blood group B, and everyone with blood group B
> seems to descend from one male with blood group B from Aleppo, which is
the
> center of the Neolithic immigration. The one female with blood group A has
a
> Paleolithic possible origin in Bar sur Aube, France, according to Roots
for
> Real's DNA test printout that gives geographic coordinates for possible
> origin or center of origin for one's mtDNA. The female tested with blood
> group A has mtDNA matches in Norway, Iceland, and Scotland, Spain and
> Portugal. As the child of blood group B and A, my type is AB. My
daughter's
> type is B, married to a B, from Aleppo, and all the grandchildren are B,
> with one grandchildren being B Rh negative instead of positive like the
rest
> of us. My daughter's father is O--first marriage, from the very neolithic
> Aleppo, the old Hittite center of archaeology. Second husband is A and RH
> negative, from Scotland.
>
> As per the origin of B, it is supposed to be most of Asia, including the
> Middle East and West Asia. When archaeology excavations were done from the
> era of 2,000 years ago, most of the people of the Levant were divided
> between AB and B blood type. Iran is 22% B blood type as is SE Europe high
> in B, but not as high as Iran. The highest B blood types are found in
India
> 35%. Egypt is 25% AB blood type, and the Tatars are 13% AB blood type. It
is
> said that B arose in the Himalayas and Tibet about 9,000 years ago and
> spread both East and West at a time when most of Europe was O Rh negative,
> like the Basques. A blood type is very old, about 40,000 years, but O
> negative is older and found in places in Europe that were last to speak
> Indo-European languages, especially in Western Europe. A is found from
> Africa to Scandinavia and is most common in Scandinavia today. Basques
have
> the highest amount of O RH negative blood type, and RH negative is found
in
> pockets in the more isolated pockets in northern Scotland and western
> Poland.
>
> What's interesting about O RH negative blood type is that it's a thin
blood,
> and seems to genetically encourage physical exercise and a higher protein
> diet than A blood type which seems to be "thicker" and handle a more
> vegetarian diet better. B seems to be balanced between meat and vegetarian
> diets, but in India where B is 35%, the longer length of intestines are
> seemingly predisposed to a higher vegetarian diet. In any case, a few
years
> ago a popular book called Eat Right for Your Type, about the anthropology
of
> blood types and diets discussed various medical research on eating
according
> to one's blood type.
>
> Anne Hart
> http://booksreviewed.tripod.com/dna7/
>
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>
> Anne Hart
> DNA books and articles at:
> http://www.newswriting.net
>
> novels excerpts and info at:
> http://reminiscencemedia.tripod.com
>
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