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An increasing number of people who have Rhesus Negative bloodtypes are also known to suffer from any number of what are commonly known as ‘Autoimmune’ diseases.

Many of those who have suffered for years with these often disabling conditions, have been asking questions both online and of their own healthcare professionals, as to whether there is any connection to the Rhogam injection given to Rh Negative women during their pregnancies …. and their autoimmune illnesses.

RHOGAM, for those who are not familiar with it, consists in part, of blood products which contain antibodies from any number of women who had developed a reaction to their own babies; and in practice it’s similar to receiving a blood transfusion or an organ transplant, albeit on a very much smaller scale, is far less intrusive, is a lot easier to administer, and is certainly more common.

However, although it does not appear to be common knowledge, it’s becoming evident that it’s use may also cause autoimmunity in many cases, due to something known as ‘Microchimerism’, which can cause the body to naturally attack what it sees as being ‘alien’ cells.

Although there does appear to have been a number of low-key studies carried out; from what information I have been able to discover through my own research, and have been hearing from the people who have contacted me about it …. there also seems to be a reluctance among medics to even acknowledge it’s existence, let alone discuss it with a concerned patient as being a distinct possibility.

Which once again is a common pattern when attempting to get answers from mainstream medical practitioners, in regard to the unique properties of the Rhesus Negative bloodtype and any associated health problems.

“Microchimerism is when a person has cells in their body that originated in a genetically different individual”



When the Romans invaded Britain, they brought with them the type of technology boldly described by mainstream historians as being ‘firsts.’

In reality however, the Romans were using, second, third or even fourth hand technologies, copied from knowledge obtained from closely guarded, ancient sources.

Putting aside the obvious things people will think of, the example I will use is a 1600 year old chalice, known as the Lycurgus Cup.


Displayed at the British Museum, the cup appears jade green when lit from the front, but when backlit, turns blood red.

The strange properties of the cup, which had puzzled scientists since the Museum acquired it during the 1950’s, was finally solved in 1990.

Researchers had scrutinized minute broken fragments under a powerful microscope, and discovered that the maker had impregnated the glass with particles of gold and silver, ground down until they were as small as 50 nanometers in diameter.


50 nanometers is roughly less than a thousandth the size of a grain of table salt.

The precise mixtures of the metals used, does suggest that the Romans knew exactly what they were doing, which was also the view of archaeologist Ian Freestone of University College, London.

When hit with light, electrons belonging to the different metal flecks vibrate in ways that change the color depending on the observer’s position.

When the cup was filled, depending on what liquid was used, the vibrating electrons would change as they interacted, effectively changing the colour of the contents.

The Romans were clearly aware of, and were utilising nano technology almost two thousand years ago, and they were not even the first to use it.

Yet in the modern world, it was heralded as being a ‘first,’ a little over thirty years ago.

Home pregnancy tests are the most recognisable uses of this type of nano-based technology, but even they are a fairly recent ‘invention’, only introduced into the United States and Europe during the middle of the 1970’s.