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Mexican connection

New insight out of the UK on an actual and probable Mexican connection, the mother of baby “Blanket.”

Credit given to contributor Faith White.




Michael Jackson: Mexican nurse ‘is Blanket’s surrogate mother’

The surrogate mother of Michael Jackson’s youngest son Blanket is reportedly a Mexican nurse whom the singer handpicked to carry his third child.

Is this the missing Latin link in a possible Roho (“Reds”) or the drug Secanol that Michael Jackson may have been referring to in his live channel on Coast ot Coast?




Christian von Lahr channeled the message I miss Rojo from Michael Jackson.  Could Blanket's mother be the drug "Red's" connection, also known as secanol?

Christian von Lahr channeled the message I miss Rojo from Michael Jackson. Could Blanket's mother be the drug "Red's" connection, also known as secanol?



This article was retrieved from the UK source:


Faith White, our local contributor directed us to this story.



Blanket, whose real name is Prince Michael Jackson II, was born on February 21, 2002 at the Sharp Grossmont Hospital in La Mesa, near San Diego in Southern California.

His mother, named only as Helena, was chosen by Jackson and paid a $20,000 surrogacy fee, the Daily Mirror reports.
Helena’s identity has been a secret since Blanket was born. On his birth certificate Michael Joseph Jackson is identified as the father but the section where the mother’s name should be entered is left blank.

Blanket was conceived through IVF using Jackson’s sperm, the paper said.

An unknown woman was the egg donor – effectively making her Blanket’s biological mother.

She was paid $3,500 for her contribution and signed legal papers handing over all rights to the child.

A close friend of Jackson’s told the Mirror: “Michael wanted a designer baby. He had two wonderful children but wanted one more and was quite specific on the gene pool he wanted to tap into.” Jackson approached IVF specialist Dr Lila Schmidt at the beginning of 2001 when Prince was three and Paris was two.

Helena was one of a string of women presented to the star as possible surrogates. He reviewed several profiles which included photos, full background checks and family history.

Jackson decided on Helena, who lived on the outskirts of San Diego at the time, and after meeting her was convinced she was perfect.

The friend told the Mirror: “He chose Helena because she had a Latino background but she was also a US citizen and had quite fair skin.

“He liked her because she was very attractive and seemed stable and intelligent. She was a nurse or medical assistant, which he also liked.

“She was around 5ft 4ins, slim, aged around 30 and had long, dark, straight hair. He said she was strait-laced, almost a girl next door type.

“There were no dramas with her. She knew what she had to do and got on with it.”

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  1. […] News just in from the UK informs there WAS a Mexian source, the surogate mother of son Blanket.  See Mexican Page » […]

    Pingback by POST | Was Michael Jackson missing “Rojo?” « Christian von Lähr | BLOG — August 13, 2009 @ 6:23 am

  2. Remember the story from MJJ British bodyuard. That MJJ had a secret girlfriend.

    the news article states: On Jackson’s secret girlfriend:

    “I’m not going to name who she is, but I think the family were aware that there was someone special in his life who he loved and adored and had his ups and downs with. I don’t know how long they’ve been a couple. I know she’s been with him for some time in different capacities but…it’s up to her if she wants it to come out or the family to speak about this very private information.”

    He states: she’s been with him for some time in different capacities” the media seemed to think it was Grace R. the nanny. but what if it was not?

    Comment by Faith — August 23, 2009 @ 11:47 am

    • I dug this up. Knowing that I have seen Grace Rarawaramb with red hair. sort of

      Here is a defintion; Rojo Name Meaning and History

      1. nickname for someone with red hair, from rojo ‘red’ (Latin rubeus).
      2. habitational name from either of two places in Galicia called Rojo, in A Coruña and Lugo provinces.

      Dictionary of American Family Names, Oxford University Press, ISBN 0-19-508137-4

      Friday, September 28, 2007

      The Romour mills had MJJ and her supposedly getting married.??????????????
      No one has been the butt of more jokes by everyone from standup comics to fifth graders than Michael Jackson. But the self-proclaimed King of Pop is trying to change all of that… by getting married again.

      There are rumors that Jacko is already married to his children’s nanny Grace Rwaramba. And while there is confirmation that he WANTS to marry her, his reps are saying it hasn’t happened yet.
      The reason? Grace was already married to another man, Stacey Adair, in 1995 and the divorce hasn’t been finalized yet. A source told press, “I can confirm (the divorce) was never completed. Jackson’s lawyers were looking into it. It seems that even though (Rwaramba and Adair) didn’t make an appearance to finish the divorce, under California law, there might be a default provision…. That’s what his lawyers are researching.”

      Regardless of the legal red tape, there are reports that Rwaramba is all set to marry the “Beat It” singer. “Grace was happy to go along with it. She’s always been devoted to Michael and has raised the kids since the day they were born.”

      So get ready to say ‘hello’ to Mrs. Jackson #3. Michael has already been divorced from Lisa Marie (Elvis’ Daugher) Presley and Debbie Rowe.

      Comment by Faith — August 23, 2009 @ 1:33 pm

      • Also linked with Red Sheep.
        Africana (sheep)
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        Africana is a breed of domesticated sheep (also known as Pelona, Camura, Red African, Rojo Africana, Colombian Wooless, West African) found in Colombia and Venezuela. This breed is about the same size as the Pelibüey.[1] The Africana is raised for their meat[2] and is classified as a hair breed.[3]

        [edit] Characteristics

        Comment by Faith — August 23, 2009 @ 1:38 pm

      • I understand the Michael Jackson left the country in 2005. Your definition included [places.] I could see him missing a place with a rojo connection.

        Comment by ChrisTian — August 27, 2009 @ 4:16 pm

    • It’s surprising that curious pieces like this haven’t resurfaced in the News. Good investigating, Faith. Clearly, there are possibilities.

      Comment by ChrisTian — September 1, 2009 @ 1:10 am

  3. Pet names. Rojo is also a favorite Mexican pet name.

    Comment by Faith — August 23, 2009 @ 1:44 pm

  4. He was an animal lover. I’ll keep my ears open for a recent red pet.

    Comment by ChrisTian — August 27, 2009 @ 9:56 pm

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