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DarkKnightNomeD

The people who come from nowhere, the mysterious people.

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The Basque people - and their language, Euskera.

  • "Worlds oldest language." So to speak. The oldest living language in Europe (Some even say it goes back to the garden of eden.)
  • Oldest Europeans.
  • No one can find out where their language originates from, pulls from Mayan, Japanese, even Russian to me. Linguists, Anthropologists have been trying to figure their language out for years.
  • Highest worldwide proportion of the Rh blood type.
  • (Add more bullet points later.)

I want to keep this short and simple. And I figured it would be fun to find something Original, something no one in the C.T. world is talking about or has talked about.

I have 2 links I think you guys would find interesting to read. After that I am going to post some videos. Even Orwell Wells did a documentary about them.

Basque

http://www.ancient-atlantis.com/the-basques/

http://s1.zetaboards.com/anthroscape/topic/1712283/1/

http://www.ensignmessage.com/basques.html

http://www.sacred-texts.com/atl/ataw/ataw507.htm

http://www.ajplace.com/Interview.html

http://www.rhnegativeregistry.com/the-basque-history-of-the-world-rh-negative-origin.html

AMERINDIAN TRIBAL NAMES IN NORTH AMERICA OF POSSIBLE BASQUE ORIGIN - www.ehu.eus/ojs/index.php/ASJU/article/viewFile/9638/8876 - PDF

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EUSKERA - (Language)

http://euskararenjatorria.eu/part%20of%20mankinds.htm

Euskera, Part of Mankind’s Heritage

In what is perhaps the greatest anachronism and most glaring injustice in today’s cultural order,  Euzkara or Euskera, the language spoken by the Basque people, has never even been heard of by the majority of the planet’s population, despite the fact that all of them speak in languages that are related, more or less distantly, to this age-old tongue.  Or at least, so say the philological studies carried out over the last century, whose conclusions have been categorically confirmed by the results of Molecular Biology analyses.

Phrases such as ‘The Basques are, without a doubt, the most indigenous people in Europe’ or ‘The Basque are the only direct descendents of the Cro-Magnons, and as such, the first modern humans to inhabit Europe’ have regularly appeared in the conclusions of all genetic studies carried out over the last ten years with the aim of reconstructing humanity’s family tree on the basis of DNA analyses. The reliability of these statements is supported by the fact that both those studies focusing on the origin of language and those analysing the origin of geographical names have reached the same conclusion, and by the fact that the greatest density of Palaeolithic archaeological sites discovered in the world are concentrated in the central and eastern part of the Cantabrian Coastline, the traditional homeland of the Basque people. From all this, we can conclude that if the Cro-Magnons are our only known direct ancestors, and the Basques are their closest descendents, then, by inference, the Basque people are the oldest on Earth.

 

http://www.faculty.ucr.edu/~legneref/bronze/hebrew.htm

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I find this post super interesting!! hahaha! maybe its cause im basque,,, but a pure real one eh, .. and super proud of it!!! lol xp

I have researched a lot, and also have seen those videos before,personally i like to stick to the theory of the basques as direct descendants of the cro-magnon... im gonna post 2 interesting videos (the videos from before say it all, great job DK; but anyway..) , one about my language and one about the descendance of the basques..

I have read a lot of information,,, and the truth is that our origins are uknown, there are a lot of different theories.... The same happends with our language,,, who knows from where it comes?!?!?!

Misterious language. unique!!

 

Baques and the Cro-Magnon

 

 

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Very very interesting. A true mystery. Im liking this topic so far. The new rabbit hole begins. 

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17 hours ago, DarkKnightNomeD said:

 

 

I want to clear something up here.
@ 7:05 He refers to Rhesus positive blood as "the monkey gene" or "monkey blood". That isn't accurate.
It's called the Rhesus factor only because the experiments were done with Rhesus monkeys and rabbits.
All mammals are Rh positive except for cats, they have no Rh factor and Rh negatives should avoid them.

Rh factor

Rh factor, protein substance present in the red blood cells of most people, capable of inducing intense antigenic reactions. The Rh, or rhesus, factor was discovered in 1940 by K. Landsteiner and A. S. Wiener, when they observed that an injection of blood from a rhesus monkey into rabbits caused an antigenic reaction in the serum component of rabbit blood (see immunity). When blood from humans was tested with the rabbit serum, the red blood cells of 85% of the humans tested agglutinated (clumped together). The red blood cells of the 85% (later found to be 85% of the white population and a larger percentage of blacks and Asians) contained the same factor present in rhesus monkey blood; such blood was typed Rh positive. The blood of the remaining 15% lacked the factor and was typed Rh negative.

http://www.infoplease.com/encyclopedia/science/rh-factor.html

WHAT THE CAT DRAGGED IN:
A Closer Look at Toxoplasma gondii

Toxoplasma gondii, the parasite Flegr studies, is a protozoa that lives in cats, rats, birds, and 
other warm-blooded creatures. In most of these organisms, the parasite reproduces asexually 
by a process called endodyogeny, in which two daughter cells form inside, and then consume, 
a mother cell. But in cats—both domestic and wild—T. gondii can reproduce sexually. When 
infected cats defecate, they excrete microscopic cysts containing T. gondii zygotes. 
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Since he started researching the parasite in the 1990s, Flegr’s studies have turned up some
ominous results. They suggest that the parasite can significantly increase the probability of 
schizophrenia, traffic accidents, and suicide in infected people, and could be indirectly 
responsible for millions of deaths per year. One study shows that T. gondii hosts who have a 
negative Rh factor (or, a minus sign in their blood-type) are over six times likelier to have
traffic accidents than uninfected or Rh-positive patients. Another showed that shrinkage of 
the cerebral cortex, a common hallmark of schizophrenia, increases at an exponential rate in 
parasite hosts.
As if this isn’t frightening enough, Flegr also posits that T. gondii has the capacity to subtly 
change our personalities—how we act, what we look like, who we find attractive. What’s even 
weirder is that the parasite produces almost diametrically different reactions in women and 
men. When I asked him about it, Flegr said, “We found that Toxoplasma-infected women are 
more warm-hearted, more open, and more friendly, [while] infected males are frankly less 
open. They prefer to be alone.” Just as infected women become more extroverted, trusting, 
and rule-abiding, infected men grow more shy, suspicious, and disobedient. 

http://cds.library.brown.edu/projects/CreativeNonfiction/spring13/millner13.pdf

He is right on about diet though.
Rh negatives have different dietary requirements and are more likely to have allergies to certain foods.

A Diet for RH Negative

According to Dr. Power, the evolution of the Rh negative blood in Western Europe explains why the blood type fares best with Western European foods. Within the directives of the ABO blood type diet, Rh negative individuals should eat a variety of meats, poultry, seafood, European fruits and vegetables, roots, tubers and seeds. But, in addition to the limitations imposed by the ABO blood type, Rh negative individuals should also avoid certain foods in these categories to which they may be allergic or hypersensitive.
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Dr. Powers' findings regarding IgE reflect the fact that individuals with Rh negative blood are more likely to have true food allergies. According to Medline Plus, true food allergies, in which the body produces an immune response against molecules in certain foods, are relatively rare--they affect less than 1 percent of the American population. The production of IgE antibodies in particular are responsible for primary food allergy symptoms. Rh negative blood types had the most severe response to peanuts, suggesting a propensity for peanut allergy. Rh factor negative is also hypersensitive to beans.

http://www.livestrong.com/article/294168-a-diet-for-rh-negative/

Blood type Rh: IgE food allergies

Biotype Rh-negative is a Basque biotype. This type has inherited a Basque gene for blood type Rh-negative from ancient ancestors in the Pyrenees Mountains of France and Spain. Their ancestors adapted to their specific ecosystem over long periods of time in isolation, and modern Rh-negatives have inherited those adaptations. 

http://www.biotype.net/diets/rhnegative.htm

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18 minutes ago, holographicINVASION said:

what do you all think about sun gazing?

 

Probably not a good idea for Rh negatives.
There's some evidence we have higher rates of skin cancer.
Plus, most Rh negatives are sun/light sensitive.

ABO blood group and risk of cutaneous malignant melanoma.

We evaluated the data by investigation with statistical analysis to show a statistically significant increased risk of developing a malignant melanoma in the O Rh-negative group (odds ratio = 1.4). We suggest focus on the melanoma cases belonging to the blood groups O Rh-negative in future studies, because all the clues of this study seem to show a correlation between blood groups and the risk of malignant melanoma among these groups.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21332097

 

 

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this is what I think.. A - there is no loving God.. or B - it has something to do with the food we eat and the water we drink.. I think it's B.. :tongue:

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7 minutes ago, holographicINVASION said:

this is what I think.. A - there is no loving God.. or B - it has something to do with the food we eat and the water we drink.. I think it's B.. :tongue:

I'm not following you...

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13 minutes ago, Lucy Barnable said:

Probably not a good idea for Rh negatives.
There's some evidence we have higher rates of skin cancer.
Plus, most Rh negatives are sun/light sensitive.

ABO blood group and risk of cutaneous malignant melanoma.

We evaluated the data by investigation with statistical analysis to show a statistically significant increased risk of developing a malignant melanoma in the O Rh-negative group (odds ratio = 1.4). We suggest focus on the melanoma cases belonging to the blood groups O Rh-negative in future studies, because all the clues of this study seem to show a correlation between blood groups and the risk of malignant melanoma among these groups.

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21332097

 

 

I just heard about this today, think of the applications. :)

http://www.engadget.com/2016/05/09/mit-discovers-new-skin-coating-uses/

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