1) How did you first learn about a link between personality
traits and blood types?
When I was doing research for my book – Secrets of the Serpent
Bloodline – it involved research on genetic and anthropological
differences in various ancient populations, including blood types
and the health impact on having different types. I began to find out
the blood types of all the people I knew worldwide, not only for
this research but also because of their own curiosity about my
research. I found that traits were showing up all the time in those
of certain blood types. I started to do more research and found the
amazing difference to personality even the Rhesus factor made. I
became so good at this that I could guess someone's blood type just
by talking to them for a while.
2) Why did you decide to write your book?
I decided to write the book because when I looked into what others
had done about blood type personalities, which seems to be mainly in
Asian countries, they were never exactly right and the big
difference being that no one who is Rhesus negative fit into any of
them, as they were aimed at the more common Rhesus positive blood. I
wanted to create a resource for everyone to refer to that includes
all the 4 Rh negative blood types too.
3) What type of insight into personality traits/character etc.
can blood type give? What can a person learn about themselves by
looking into their blood type?
People who are spiritually aware are always searching for answers,
when people come to me looking for answers I tend to tell them to
“look inside themselves” because until we have come to know
ourselves we can truly begin to find the answers we are seeking. All
the answers about who we are and why we are here is inside us. Our
blood is inside, surging through our veins, keeping us alive and
influencing our health and personality. Your blood type personality
it is just another way to find out more about you. When you know
more about you, you can live your life to your full and true
The book covers everything from what your inner secret self is, your
animal, crystal and flower associations. What careers best suit you.
All about relationships, as parents, as children, in love,
friendship and much more. It also covers health benefits and
problems of each type. It is a useful resource not only for
understanding yourself, but your friends, family and colleagues too.
4) What are the different blood types?
My book covers the 8 main blood types, there are other types that
are very rare, and each person will have other differences in their
blood, but the 8 main types are the ones that are most important to
us for health and personality reasons. The 8 types covered in my
book are: O Rh D positive, O Rh D negative, A Rh D positive, A Rh D
negative, B Rh D positive, B Rh D negative, AB Rh D positive, AB Rh
D negative. (These are often shortened to O- or O+, A- or A+ etc.)
5) How accurate would you say the blood type personalities are?
How accurate the blood type personalities are is very much dependent
on what blood types your parents have, it is also affected by
various other factors outside the blood type system. However, if
your parents are both O positive and you are O positive yourself,
you are much more likely to have all the character patterns of an O
positive person than if your Mother is say - B positive. If you know
your parents type it is a good idea to check out their type too and
see how their personality has affected yours.
6) Can you explain a little about each blood type and what that
type might say about the person who has that blood type?
Are Artistic and temperamental. O negatives have choices to make and
challenges in life that will either lead them to rise to the top or
sink to the bottom. Because O negatives feel so different to others,
their sensitive natures can make them want to run away and hide. But
when an O negative is happy and feels supported, they will flourish.
Although they are often reluctant to be - they make excellent, fair
and supportive leaders.
Can be extremely confused about their own sense of identity. This
can mean the less confident O positive may well be easy to
manipulate. They are adaptable and cooperative because of this lack
of identity. This makes them excellent when it comes to working in a
team. They want to be of service to others and take their
commitments very seriously – they do not really worry about what
role they are in, as long as they get a chance to socialize with
other people and feel valued and appreciated.
Are tenacious and tend to hold on to insults. The A negative is very
protective of their feelings, because they are easily hurt. They
tend to keep their emotions well hidden from others, for fear of
showing they are vulnerable. This can come across as insensitive to
others, who don't understand the calm exterior and lack of emotional
display is a cover for their sensitive natures. The A negative tends
to become pessimistic very easily. Unless this is kept in check it
can consume them and lead to depression and anxiety.
Are an open book and they must be the boss. The A positives love a
challenge, a battle or a fight. This is what keeps their fire
burning and gives them energy. They love to find new ways of doing
things, improving things and making the most of every situation.
They get the job done and they are often the ones who take the
initiative while others are still sat about trying to decide what
needs doing. They are great at organisation and keeping order, and
will be very open and honest.
Are humane and helpful, but have a tenancy to be prudish. B
negatives are usually very charismatic and eloquent and find it
natural and easy to communicate their ideas and opinions, especially
in person. Even though their presence can sometimes be described as
quiet, B negatives usually have many strong opinions, especially
when it comes to issues they consider really important in life. If a
B negative is fighting for something, this is because they believe
in the idea itself, not because of some selfish reasons.
Are sensual and tend to often be self indulgent. B positives are
very good at keeping their secret selves impenetrable. B positives
don't like to lose their temper and can keep their emotions bottled
up for a long time, but when they finally snap all hell breaks
loose. The B positive has so much compassion and love for their
family and friends. They are warm and sympathetic. They genuinely
care about people, and are strongly service-oriented in their desire
Are inspiring, but can be argumentative. AB negatives want to be
free. Possessive partners, bureaucrats and conservative thinkers
that come into contact with them should be aware of this. The AB
negative has an inner conflict, a split mind, which causes confusion
and frustration at times. The AB negative's goal is to overcome this
conflict as part of their spiritual path, then they in turn can help
Are inquisitive but easily bored. Inside all AB positives is a
person who is worried about physical, social and emotional security.
They cannot bear to be embarrassed in public. The AB positive will
like the idea of letting their hair down and being silly, but this
will be held back in public because of their fear and insecurities.
AB positives are quick thinkers and love mental sparring with
others. They find enjoyment in winning arguments and enjoy the - I
told you so - satisfaction of defeating the less mentally agile.
7) Is there anything else you would like to add about blood type
Just to say that there is so much information on each type in my
book it is very hard to narrow it down into a small paragraph, but I
have tried to show a some of the essence of each one.