Indigo Children – Our Hope For The Future

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The 21st century world is truly blessed. In a general sense, we are all fortunate to be alive at the exact same time as the millennials, a generation of highly-educated, liberal and idealistic young people, endowed not only with incredible intellects and strong moral values, but who are ‘socially conscious’ and wish to save the world by cutting carbon emissions.

The arrival of the millennials, in many ways, is God’s way of giving humanity another chance to redeem itself. No salary, award or scholarship can ever be too generous when rewarding a millennial.

If this was not enough, however, we have a further more-specific reason to feel especially blessed. For among us, according to accredited pseudoscientific new age experts, live a very special group of individuals commonly referred to as ‘Indigo children’ or, in the alternative, ‘star’ or ‘crystal’ children. These are children known to possess special, unusual, and sometimes supernatural traits or abilities. You may unwittingly have passed one of these children on the sidewalk, without realising there was anything special about them except (of course) for the unusual colour of their aura.

In a nutshell, indigo children (who may now be teens or even adults) are un upgraded blueprint for humanity who are here to ‘pave the way for future generations to create greater peace and harmony for all’ Since we know this can only be achieved by ridding the world of white males once and for all, this is great news.

It is quite possible that you are an indigo child, without even realising it. Here is a handy checklist of 13 typical signs that will enable you to work out whether you are one of the chosen ones:

1. You Feel Entitled

You were born feeling special and know it.

2. You Are Destined to Be Here

You are confident and even arrogant at times – and emboldened by something larger than you can name.

3. You Have High Expectations of Yourself and Others

This can make for a challenging relationships and interactions. You see only the best and expect others to live up to it. Toward yourself, you can be unrelentingly self critical.

4. You are Perceptive

Indigos see the world differently. Coupled with innate-self assurance, you often think your way is right and are offended if others cannot see, much less take action, on your point of view. If Indigos ruled the world, you are confident no problems would exist.

5. You Question Authority

You are not one to negotiate, so certain in your views and ways, you are often rebellious and critical of those in power.

6. You Want to Overturn the Man

Difficult and rigid systems seem foolish to you and you often become antagonistic to what others experience as normal.

7. You are Creative

Musically and artistically gifted, your art invites others to see the world around through your eyes.

8. You are a Change Maker

Your perception on the failings of society is so keen that you are a magnificent leader, offering better methods of business, society and ways of being.

9. You are a Lost Soul

You feel out of place with others as you recognize you are different than most people. You can tend toward being a loner or rebel, unwilling to compromise just to fit in.

10. You are Driven

As the Indigo soul mission is encoded in your very being, you are unwilling to back down from confronting what feels out of integrity.

11. You are Passionate and Focused

While fiery temperaments may be hard to take, you are not one to be still or silenced.

12. You are Highly Psychic

Without any need for development, your psychic capacity is finely tuned. While you see nothing special in your ability, it gives you an advantage in reading others with ease and seeing through masks.

13. You are Frustrated

Coupled with their big-picture vision and restless soul drive for change, you  become easily frustrated with society and others who are not shifting quickly enough. Patience is something that should be developed.

Non-indigo children may review the above list and conclude that such individuals are  narcissistic, egotistic, deluded, on drugs, psychopathic/sociopathic, a Democrat, Lance Armstrong, or a mixture of these. Such conclusions are merely driven by jealousy and a low sense of self-worth, however.

We certainly live in exciting times and look forward to witnessing what indigo children can do to save us!

Confused
Confused

This article brought up the following lyrics in my mind:

Little child dry your crying eyes
How can I explain the fear you feel inside
‘Cause you were born into this evil world
Where man is killing man and no one knows just why
What have we become just look what we have done
All that we destroyed you must build again

When the children cry let them know we tried
‘Cause when the children sing then the new world begins

MillionDollarBonus

Wow thanks Pbier – this literally describes exactly how I feel about myself! I just have this burning inner confidence in my own ability and vision for the world. I KNOW I have all the answers, and was destined for great things.

I always knew from an early age that I was born to run other peoples’ lives and change the world, and here I am as one of the world’s leading progressive accredited journalists, promoting ideas that have been proven to work time and time again – Marxism, communism, Islam, victimhood mentalities, identity politics … we literally have the formula for paradise on earth!

I just don’t understand how ANYONE could disagree with us??

IThinkThereforeIAm (ITTIA)
IThinkThereforeIAm (ITTIA)

Some will argue that having diverse opinions and debate is the path to advancement, but that’s just their jealous lies buddy. We do have the formula to paradise…

Make my votes count
Make my votes count

There was a time I thought I was perhaps an Indigo Child but my parents got me on strong dosages of Ritalin and Adderall.
Now I just feel nervous and numb and have some mild hair loss.
They do sleep with their bedroom door locked when I am home.
Seems there is little that modern medications can’t fix.

MillionDollarBonus

It’s so awesome the way doctors liberally (no pun intended) prescribe pharmaceuticals to children – especially rowdy young boys who bizarrely find it difficult to sit in classrooms all day and enthusiastically absorb the teachings of highly charismatic and energetic public school teachers! There must be something incredibly wrong with a child who feels the need to socialize outdoors and expresses curiosity instead of sitting in a dark room with their eyes glued to a blackboard, and listening to inspiring teachers – who are the hardest working and most underpaid workers in the world!

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