New-born babies and vitamin K injections.


Here are some brief discussion notes on what I understand is a commonly used and long-standing international practice of injecting new-born babies with synthetic Vitamin K.

Today there is much more open questioning around vaccinations and other medical interventions,  particularly those that affect children, so perhaps it is time to add the following modest contribution to the public conversation.

I recently came across this hand-written channelling which I recorded in a notebook in April 1986. I reflected on what I had written back then – it had a ring of truth to it, so why not let it see the light of day and share it on my blog and see where it leads.

On 19 April 1986 my eldest daughter gave birth to a beautiful baby boy, my first grandson, at the Bellinger District Hospital in northern NSW. and I and other family members were present to support her and welcome the baby.

Afterwards, I noticed that the baby was given an injection and learnt that it contained synthetic vitamin K.  On enquiry I found that this was common practice in many countries and was told the reasons for it — that is, to thicken the blood in case an internal haemorrhage should occur.

I understood that this problem was a fairly rare occurrence, and on reflection, I wondered with some uneasiness about the practice needing to be an automatic one for all babies.

Since 1984 I had been keeping a regular journal consisting mainly of channeled guidance recording information and wisdom on a variety of topics –  mainly ones which helped me on a day-to-day basis to understand myself and others and grow through my experiences.

In this instance I felt prompted  to ask for specific information in relation to the use of the vitamin K injection at the time of a baby’s birth. This was the first time that I can record seeking medical advice by this method.

The response that I heard and transcribed was the following.

” The practice of using a strong injection of vitamin K is a valuable method of thickening the bloodstream in cases of severe haemorrhage.

You may recall the doctor using it for your children in the case of a tonsillectomy, — but when it is used indiscriminately during a normal situation the effect can be an overwhelming surge of blood to the brain, which is no longer able to clear the vessels that support the operative functions with a delicate balance of pressure.

The brain is always subject to pressure when the surge of blood is accelerated for any reason, and the effect is one of obstruction in the most delicate capillaries, and this intervention can sometimes damage some cells and cause a dramatic response which sets off a train of impulses through the nervous system, the final result of which is a lessening of control of the autonomic functions.

This may be moderate and not easily detectable, and when the effects have abated the body compensates through an adjusting reaction which allows the child to restore its normal functioning.

The risk however is one of importance to understand, for each new intervention of this kind rekindles the memory of the past experience which is one of surging heat and intense discomfort and feeling of immense fear and lack of control of the body.

It is useful therefore to understand the multiple and accelerating effect of so traumatizing a child who is attempting to gain control of its body in a totally alien environment in relation to the former environment of the womb.

It creates a setback which is unnecessary in virtually all babies. Those who experienced a liver trauma do so because of the earlier intervention of the practice through the use of any method that causes an earlier birth than nature intended

 Birth occurs naturally at the time when all the organs are ripe and functioning.”


I am not yet clear as to how or with whom it might be appropriate to share the article apart from the blog.  My sources do not exactly match current methods of third dimensional scientific testing!

I have attempted to find out what the current medical practice is but so far the results haven’t been sufficiently definitive so I will continue to pursue it, and I would be grateful for any additional information on the subject.

One unsolicited article sent to me by a colleague  in an email from the U.S.A. did detail some problems associated with the use of synthetic vitamin K in new born babies so that was encouraging to start with..