|September 25th, 2016||#1|
Weird alarming stuff
by C.A. Bouthillier
recovered through WayBackMachine Website
The Blood Typing Farce
At least 95% of the population, who have blood type ‘O’ and ‘A’ which are the thinnest blood and lowest blood volume, and blood type ‘B’, have copper deficiency, due to slow poisoning from blood thinners, alkalizing chemicals, copper binders, and copper antagonists that they have saturated the food and food chain with.
These poisons have altered and damaged the proteins/DNA of the blood and other tissues of the body.
Copper is essential in the formation of normal healthy proteins, that is, normal amino acid sequences, in that it provides a balanced pH state for the blood and tissues. Copper is acidic at a pH of 5.5 and is important in providing a balance of the numerous alkaline and acidic nutrient minerals.
A balanced pH is present in blood type AB, which is the only normal blood type. Consequently, because of generations of poisons, the vast majority of the population has malformed proteins and is missing normal proteins, as can be evidenced just in the blood properties as noted in different "blood types".
The blood types of A, B, and O are missing the normal (clotting) proteins; type A is missing B, B is missing A, and O is missing both A and B proteins. The "Rhesus Factor" (D-antigen) is a malformed or variant A or B protein, resulting from insufficient copper levels.
The blood type AB is balanced and therefore does not carry the malformed "Rhesus Factor" protein, thus, only AB negative blood is possible.
Blood pH Levels
The A protein (A-antigen) is alkaline as it is made up of more of the alkaline amino acids.
The B-protein is acidic with more of the acidic amino acids. When the A and B proteins are present together, as in Type AB blood, the pH of the blood is in a balanced state or approximate pH of 7.0. A balanced pH is also indicative of the nutrient minerals being in balance. Individuals with blood types A and O have a propensity to over-excrete the acidic minerals and/or overload alkaline minerals, while those with blood type B have a propensity to overload some acidic minerals and/or over-excrete alkaline minerals, all cases due to copper deficiency.
With type O blood, the alkaline level is so high that even the normal alkaline A-protein cannot be formed, and thus, is missing.
According to numerous references and texts dating a few years back and earlier, the pH range for blood in the US was 7.35 – 7.45, with an average pH of 7.40. Assuming Type B is acidic and Type AB is at or near 7.0, this range apparently included type A’s and O’s, which comprised 86% of the US population.
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