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Electrosensitivities and Blood type link?

Discussion in 'The EMF Rx' started by Scompy, Dec 11, 2018.

  1. Scompy

    Scompy Gold

    Okay, some half-crazy talk, or not. So if a blood cell = radar dish for detecting and collecting our environment's EMFs (sunlight), then when we have more antigens attached to the outside of these dishes, couldn't it be more likely to BLOCK some receiving of nEMF and/or nnEMF from the outside environment? Why hasn't anyone asked about this deeper yet?

    The structural geometry of having more antigens on a blood cell is telling me that Type O- could be the most Electrosensitive as a canary, and Type AB+ may not feel a thing being able to resist more environmental signaling. Maybe this could also why we don't see ES more widespread throughout the population?

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    If this crude hypothesis is accurate, then the next questions would be how the A-antigen, the B-antigen and the D-antigen (Rh Factor) on blood cells would interact with EMF to block it. I've seen on many other threads online that people that say they are any RH- bloodtype say they can sense problems from their phones and devices. Let's presume that is accurate for a moment and A and the B don't really do not matter much, then the RH+ antigen might be the key blocker on a blood cell to prevent nnEMF sensitivities.

    For anecdotal experiences, I have known MANY O negs in my life, including myself and those in my family. Literally all of us experience ES in some ways. What I am curious about is how many people are aware of their blood type, and also see some correlations. This includes those that are RH+ that experience little sensitivities as much as those that are RH-.

     
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