We think we know ourselves pretty well. But we can discover all kinds of interesting things about ourselves that we didn’t know just by paying extra attention to our bodies.
Our blood types reveal why we act certain ways as well. Everyone has blood, but every human inherits a different type — either A, B, AB, and O (which are even further distinguished by negatives and positives).
In 1930, a Japanese professor by the name of Tokeji Furukawa published a paper claiming that people who had the same basic blood types (A, B, AB, and O, there is no distinctions between negative and positive) shared very similar personality traits.
Since then, blood type categorization, called ketsueki-gata, has become firmly rooted in Japanese culture.
In fact, instead of astrological horoscopes, Japanese newspapers offer blood type horoscopes and matchmakers specialize in finding future spouse based on blood types.
There has also been plenty of research, right here in the Western hemisphere, since the mid-20th century that links blood types and patterns of personal health — which is truly intriguing. It’s even thought that different blood types may protect us from different diseases.
With that in mind, here is what science and ketsueki-gata has found out about every blood type. I read mine and it was fascinating…
If your blood type is A:
If your blood type is B:
If your blood type is AB:
If your blood type is O:
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