Why do 53% of autistic children have rh negative mothers?


One of the most misinterpreted terms out there is “rhesus disease”. It is not a disease, but rather an incompatibility causing danger to the rh positive child in the rh negative mother’s body.
The common remedy injected is Rhogam, full of mercury and aluminum and unlike in Europe where the serum is injected after the birth of the first child of an rh negative mother, the U.S. hospitals decide to do it during the first pregnancy.

Rhogam was known to contain mercury and we all know the effects it can cause especially in the body of a fetus not even born yet, but then came the announcement that Rhogam was allegedly mercury free.

But here is the catch:

If you are an Rh-negative mother, remember that, although Thimerosal-free Rho-GAM became available in 2002, the supply of mercury-containing Rho-GAM is still on the market. Remember the word “thimerosal” means it contains 49.6% mercury. This is especially important because fifty-three percent of mothers of autistic children are Rh negative, while only three percent of mothers of normal children are Rh-negative.

Looking at Europe where mothers receive the D-Antigen injection after their first pregnancy to build up their immune system for their potential and critical second pregnancy while American mothers receive the injection after 28 weeks during their first pregnancy (which has been proven to cause autism in many cases of the children) causes me to draw attention once again to a subject matter the majority of people voluntarily ignores.

Now back in the days, infant mortality was higher due to the rh factor not being known until the 1930s, but now we have a society of sick people because of it.

As usual, the pharmaceutical industry doesn’t make money with healthy or dead people.

If you are somewhere in the middle, it’s bank for them.

In the past 6 months I have seen many articles about Rhogam disappear so I usually copy them, including the ones about newborn babies being tested positive for mercury in their hair.

The only truly safe way of course would be for an rh negative woman to have an rh negative partner and with that offspring compatible to them.

But since love doesn’t always come the way the doctor ordered it, I highly suggest using the European model where autism is a lot lower than in the U.S.

~ Mike Dammann




  1. I was given the rhogam shot. I had a four day long miscarriage at home and was refused by a local midwife office. they told me to go to the er. I had an appointment with them for an ultrasound on a Friday. The miscarriage ended that morning so I called again to cancel the appointment saying that the miscarriage was done and that I no longer needed an ultrasound. They called me back to say that I needed my blood checked. I was called the next am and was told that I had negative blood. I was crushed. I had to decide in three hours whether or not I would receive the shot. Everyone I talked to highly recommended that I go ahead and get it. So I did. I don’t even know my husbands blood type and if we had waited to check his, it would have been past the 72 hour mark! I felt sick after getting the shot and wonder if I should not have. I’ve done research on rhogam and really don’t know what to think.

  2. I’m not sure. i’ll look into it and see what that is. All I know is that my body held on to it for a couple months after the baby stopped developing.

  3. I don’t think that is what it was. I just researched it and it didn’t look like that. I think the reason I miscarried was because my husband has positive blood while I have negative. Either that or it was just not a viable pregnancy.

  4. It is my understanding that about 85% of rh negative people have green or blue eyes. I tried to test that by asking people with those eye colors if their rh negative. I was surprised by how people don’t know their blood type.


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