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atmjjc
01-24-2012, 05:10 PM
Indigo Children...is there something to this?



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cxjdaEvyguY&feature=related

atmjjc
01-27-2012, 11:28 AM
For those that aren’t aware Anderson Cooper of CNN is a Rothschild andfor those that are Illuminati theorists the video above gives you a glimpse of his Aura.:zip:

Doc
01-27-2012, 04:43 PM
Notice how he poisoned the story right from the introduction? "manipulated by their parents"


"Prozac, Miracle Drug. But, can it kill you?"

atmjjc
01-29-2012, 01:42 PM
It appears that the school system is not prepared for the indigo children. It often stifles their gifts and prevents the expression of the high IQ. According to the National Foundation for Gifted and Creative Children, many gifted children are mistakenly thought to be 'learning disabled'. I will quote, "Many gifted children are being destroyed in the public educational system and falsely labeled ADHD. Many parents are unaware that their child could be gifted."
The same foundation lists the following characteristics to help you identify if your child is gifted:

• Has high sensitivity
• Has excessive amounts of energy
• Bores easily - may appear to have a short attention span
• Requires emotionally stable and secure adults around him or her
• Will resist authority if it is not democratically oriented
• Has preferred ways of learning, particularly in reading and math
• May become easily frustrated because they have big ideas and lack the resources or people to assist them in carrying these tasks to fruition.
• Learns from an exploratory level, resisting rote memory or just being a listener.
• Cannot sit still unless absorbed in something of their own interest
• Is very compassionate. They often have many fears, such as death and loss of loved ones.
• If they experience failure early, they may give up and develop permanent learning blocks.
• May withdraw if feeling threatened or alienated, and may sacrifice their creativity in order to 'belong'

Notice how closely these qualities match the description of the indigo children and those of many children diagnosed with ADHD, depression and other “mental problems”.

http://drlwilson.com/Articles/Indigo%20Children.htm

atmjjc
02-25-2012, 12:00 PM
Are we becoming aware of spiritual evolution in these children or is it parents projecting traits into their children?

It has been some years now and some of the indigo labeled children are starting to grow…can we still see these traits in them?

Is this all New Age nonsense?...who knows… but I think it is kind of neat to see traits in young children that are considered special. I know when I come into contact with special children with special abilities I get goose bumps all over me because it is so intriguing.

It looks like ABC did a special on this a few years back with Diane Sawyer as the host.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZwyiy90X2I

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SZwyiy90X2I

southerncross
02-26-2012, 03:34 AM
We have an indigo child in the family. She's 4 and just wonderful, loving, and open. She's a real take charge little girl too.
Since she was a year and half old, when her grandfather died, she has continually spoken of him as present.
She'll say granpa wants to watch something on TV with me and will insist on watching it. Or he wants us to go see him, meaning go to the cemetery.
And she insists she can see him. We don't discourage her and accept what she says. We are all fearful the schools will beat it out of her and are determined to help her realize her gifts and feel accepted for who she is. Her name - Faith.

norenrad
02-26-2012, 07:20 AM
The same foundation lists the following characteristics to help you identify if your child is gifted:

• Has high sensitivity
• Has excessive amounts of energy
• Bores easily - may appear to have a short attention span
• Requires emotionally stable and secure adults around him or her
• Will resist authority if it is not democratically oriented
• Has preferred ways of learning, particularly in reading and math
• May become easily frustrated because they have big ideas and lack the resources or people to assist them in carrying these tasks to fruition.
• Learns from an exploratory level, resisting rote memory or just being a listener.
• Cannot sit still unless absorbed in something of their own interest
• Is very compassionate. They often have many fears, such as death and loss of loved ones.
• If they experience failure early, they may give up and develop permanent learning blocks.
• May withdraw if feeling threatened or alienated, and may sacrifice their creativity in order to 'belong'

I'm not just saying this, but all of the above fit me to a T when I was young. I always had trouble fitting in at school and always wondered why they couldn't teach me the way I knew that I could learn. I often thought that if they explained the subjects in a manner that I understood, I would excel beyond all the other kids. Instead, I was always the odd ball that didn't learn or behave "normal". After I learned something, I would always think that if they explained it to me, using a different approach or manner, I would have understood it and learned it immediately.

atmjjc
03-02-2012, 10:39 AM
We have an indigo child in the family. She's 4 and just wonderful, loving, and open. She's a real take charge little girl too.
Since she was a year and half old, when her grandfather died, she has continually spoken of him as present.
She'll say granpa wants to watch something on TV with me and will insist on watching it. Or he wants us to go see him, meaning go to the cemetery.
And she insists she can see him. We don't discourage her and accept what she says. We are all fearful the schools will beat it out of her and are determined to help her realize her gifts and feel accepted for who she is. Her name - Faith.

That is so neat I have them in my family too. I am not a kid type person but every now and then when the Indigo child speaks usually a sentence without explanation they just stop me in my tracks. They can go so deep at times which leaves me speechless like they are seeing something in a different way than we perceive.

atmjjc
03-02-2012, 10:41 AM
I'm not just saying this, but all of the above fit me to a T when I was young. I always had trouble fitting in at school and always wondered why they couldn't teach me the way I knew that I could learn. I often thought that if they explained the subjects in a manner that I understood, I would excel beyond all the other kids. Instead, I was always the odd ball that didn't learn or behave "normal". After I learned something, I would always think that if they explained it to me, using a different approach or manner, I would have understood it and learned it immediately.

Do you have any artistic or psychic ability? I bet the school system just messed you all up and stifled a lot of what you might have been experiencing or learning.

atmjjc
04-03-2012, 04:14 AM
Another view of the indigo children...

http://2012rising.com/article/the-indigo-aura-children-new-age-confusion-delusion-conspiracy

norenrad
04-03-2012, 03:56 PM
Do you have any artistic or psychic ability? I bet the school system just messed you all up and stifled a lot of what you might have been experiencing or learning.

I was very artistic, although I haven't practiced much since I was 25. I designed and thought of many things that came about 10 or so years later. As I grew up, many of my behaviors were criticised to the point that I learned to adapt to everyone else. I was an odd kid, but I long for those years of creativity.

lycaeus
10-02-2012, 04:06 AM
My aura is mostly dark blue and indigo, but changes a lot, according to my friends who can see it.

I used to be into the new age stuff regarding indigo children because it struck a chord in me. I knew I was different. I think that some souls have had more or less lives in other more or less interesting laces, so we are not all born with a comletely clean slate you could say. I used to think I was this secial indigo kid, and used new age material to stroke my ego out of deression. I now drift more towards the wanderers theory romoted by Scott Mandelker and others, but try to tune into my body and not idealize myself, and kind of live in an illusion of secialness by calling myself indigo. Esecially when considering the evidence how new age propagnda lays into a negative alien agenda...

But theres definitely something to it. I met some young kids and lived with them, and they were definitely wise beyond their years, you couldnt hel but notice it immediately. Maybe souls come here on a mission to bust the system and fight for freedom. I know I feel like Im in a battle of sorts and am very rebellious. Im sure a lot of eole are too.

organelle
12-12-2012, 02:30 PM
There are exceptional moments, people and situations in the world. There always have been. I am deeply troubled when I consider why anyone interested in such people would decide to make the move to bundle them together haphazardly under a confusingly self-interested label (i.e. one that aggrandizes itself so madly as to comprise active stupidity), and then write and speculate endlessly about this.

This is especially confusing and, I think, stupidifying, to the children themselves, and, as I definitely qualify, and have been similarly singled out all my life, I have to say that the whole idea is ridiculous, cultish, and sacrifices inquiry for a form of certainty that is guaranteed to perpetuate incredibly confused models that run around masquerading as actual expertise.

Are there astonishing children in the world? Absolutely. Are they ‘indigo children’? Well, for you, if you want to decide that, it’s your prerogative. For me, however, I generally find that the reality of any nonordinary (which is to say ordinary, but denied) phenomenon is so vastly stranger that the human models of it that I would rather examine the phenomenon and leave the models and value-laden language (which tells me what to see instead of helping me to discern) completely alone. This is even more true when working with or relating with children.

Think about what this means, very carefully. The language and ideas we are using, and pretending are 'more advanced than science' are, in many cases, 'less advanced than active ignorance'. They shed insight like water bouncing off steel, yet parade around as the very source of enlightened understanding. Any idea how incredibly dangerous that is?

‘Indigo children’ is language from a lexicon that leads into stupidity, and away from understanding, under the guise of ‘illuminated perception’. It’s not illuminated perception. It’s just advertising; and, personally, I find it offensive and unrelated to the phenomenon it purports to expertly convey.

lycaeus
12-28-2012, 04:19 PM
A few different people have noted my aura as mainly dark blue, so I always thought there was something to this idea, but I definitely don't like the New Age ideas about this phenomenon.

I'm starting to think that indigoes/wanderers can be classified as being on the autism spectrum and I'm now speculating that people along the spectrum of autism are a partial manifestation of, or can perceive manifestations of, what Philip K Dick called the 'Plasmate'.

Blucottoncandy
12-28-2012, 04:52 PM
At the 10:50 point of the Anderson Cooper clip they talk about the Harmonic Convergence that happened in 1978. Can anyone provide more information on this topic at all? I ask becasue via wikipedia... all references point to 1987.... not 78....

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harmonic_Convergence

atmjjc
01-11-2013, 12:30 AM
Daniel Tammet was born in 1979 and has linguistic, numerical and visual synesthesia and he is a high functioning autistic savant, and is probably 1 of a handful of people who are functioning at this high rate of perception and intelligence who walk the planet in this time frame.



In his own words…


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pzd7ReqiQnE

Below is a 48 minute history of Daniel Tammet if interested and you have some spare time to watch. He is a quite famous individual.




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PHGIUc9uS-w


Could he be an example of what an Indigo child is as an adult?

CasperParks
01-11-2013, 06:31 AM
That Daniel Tammet is amazing.

southerncross
01-12-2013, 12:58 AM
Do you have any artistic or psychic ability? I bet the school system just messed you all up and stifled a lot of what you might have been experiencing or learning.

I know the school system really tried to beat it out of me and I was born in the 50's. anyone that did not fit in to the mold was quickly singled out for extra attention. In defense of that there is sadly far less personal attention given to our children. Luckily I was determined to hold fast to my quirkiness and have to this day. I continue to have premonitions and transdemensional dreams. My great niece continues to see her grandfather and we hope she will not be swayed by her teachers that she must conform. She's pretty hard headed so I feel some sympathy for her teachers.

Regarding Trammet....I have had synesthesia all my life and it is a wonderful way to explore and understand the universe. It's never mundane. My husband does have a time following me sometimes but I just consider him the handicapped one !

DeepCut
01-12-2013, 08:26 PM
This happens every few decades, someone decides that children born after or around a certain date are special in some way.

This happened to me in the 70's, my parents were asked if i could come to live on this commune with other children who were born under the Chinese astrological sign of the horse, but in a special period when those who were born came under the Fire Horse category.

I think it's just wishful thinking, i also think it's a conceit to think you have a special purpose.

Why should one child be special and another not ?


DC.

lycaeus
01-13-2013, 02:49 AM
If everything is sacred, then nothing is sacred... No one is 'better' or 'lesser' than anyone, but there are fundamental differences amongst all groups of humans. Neurodiversity must be taken into account at the level of common knowledge if we are going to get along ideally. For example, psychopathic brains are said to be physically different from non-psychos (or people who have a decent capacity for empathy [not sympathy, or intellectual understanding of other's emotions]). I know I'm weird and different from the norm and many others struggle fitting into the world as it is assumed that we are all generally the same, but we're not, and you can notice it when interacting with different people. Just as long as you're not projecting or thinking wishfully.

I prefer more scientific approaches than new age ideas, which is why I recommend this blog here. The article talks about synesthesia and the blog focuses a lot on neurodiversity and autism, as well as psychology and most recently a little bit about aliens.



Synesthesia

By jasunhorusly

...
Individuals who can’t be socialized are the most serious threat to society there is. Imagine people being grown by AI who wouldn’t take the pod plug-ins. If there is any truth at all to a perceived overlap between autism and sociopathy, it would be precisely because society is so hostile to autists that it can drive them into pathological forms of behavior. (It would drive anyone into such behavior.) Society’s approach to autists is to “cure” them or at very least to modifiy their behavior. There is almost nothing being done to modify society’s behavior to accommodate a different kind of intelligence and perception.

Imagine if you were born into a world in which the people perceived synesthesically – all the senses overlapping – so they heard smells, saw sounds, and sensed colors.
...

http://auticulture.wordpress.com/2012/10/30/synesthesia/

(The author of the blog is also raising funds for a wicked doucmentary that investigates the parallels of seeking for spiritual enlightenment and prospecting for gold. This is unrelated, but it's really cool so check out the trailer!)

someone let me know if I'm posting too many links and I'll stop. I just really like this author.)

montalk
01-13-2013, 07:08 AM
"Special" children ought to earn that distinction by demonstrating it, living it, making a difference with their specialness. If they are supposed to be smarter, more capable, with a bigger purpose, then it should be evident in their words, their actions, their impact.

If someone is dysfunctional, drags everyone else down, has no attention span, and rebels against authority, then it would be wrong to label them an "Indigo Child" just because they have some of the traits (all the bad ones). And if they or their parents then go around parading the Indigo status as a mark of specialness, you can tell it's done out of ego or denial.

You'd think an advanced soul would have better resilience against hardship, more empathy and understanding, and better self-mastery versus non-advanced souls. They would have more humility and just "be" it instead of announcing it. They would be a plus sign, instead of a minus sign, in the world equation.

I believe there's something to it, that the influx of souls changes according to historical circumstances. If we have a cataclysm and rebuilding coming up, then yes you would need a greater number of higher caliber souls to steer the transition. But at the same time, I think a bunch of different phenomena are being bundled under the Indigo label. Genuine 'special' souls with a 'special' mission could be part of it, but they're being grouped with kids who are dysfunctional, brain damaged, or psychopathic, or even alien hybrids seeded here to eventually become our new masters.

A99
01-13-2013, 01:32 PM
"Special" children ought to earn that distinction by demonstrating it, living it, making a difference with their specialness. If they are supposed to be smarter, more capable, with a bigger purpose, then it should be evident in their words, their actions, their impact.

You left out the biggie Montalk. The one defining characteristic of Indigo children is that they are extraordinarily psychic. Yet, when these parents parade their "indigo" children on morning talk shows, where the talk show host asks for some kind of evidential information on that, all the parent can do is spout charming ancedotes about things of that nature that have occurred on a regular basis throughout their childrens lives. But, in my view, if that sort of thing happens all the time with their kids, one wonders why those parents have not been able to set up experiments of one sort or another to document any evidential information that would lend support to their claims about their children. Or have a psychologist carry out those experiments for them. That some of these parents seem to place a lot of emphasis on those shows about their child's psychic abilities, it neverthelss boggles my mind that they just expect everyone to take their word for it wrt to their claims on that. They don't seem to realize that no one is going to believe their claims on that unless they show proof to support those claims.

A99
01-13-2013, 02:04 PM
On the other hand, maybe they think they can get away with showing no proof to support their claims on that because there are so many people on the internet who claim to be the world's number one psychic charging fee's for their services yet, offering no proof in any way, shape or form to support their claims about themselves. They get away with that though because they prey on the vulnerabilities of of desperate people who are at the end of their rope in solving whatever personal issues they are having to contend with. Of course, the psychic industry is a big one, especially on the internet. But thankfully places like Ebay now prohibit 'psychics' from advertising on their site. That, to me, was a good step in the right direction. If someone is truly psychic, they should not be charging for their services because it is a G-d given gift and therefore, it is a privilege to even be able to help people out in some way by using those abilities.

DeepCut
01-13-2013, 02:35 PM
Very well said, in both those posts, A99. I hate people selling spirituality.

David Sereda, David Wilcock. They absolutely disgust me. Sereda is (supposedly) a physicist, and yet the mumbo-jumbo he comes out with in relation to the jewellery his girlfriend makes. Claiming that they use Tachyon energy from their quantum energy generator and store it in pendants !

People like that make me feel really unspiritual and very angry. I didn't know there was a large market for psychics on the internet, you mean they actually do readings by email ??

Crikey, i just Googled it and there are loads of them, i hadn't realised. Perhaps people who are gullible enough to believe this is possible over the internet deserve to be ripped off ?


DC.

A99
01-13-2013, 03:24 PM
It really all comes down to how well the alleged "psychic" is able to market themselves and some are very good at doing that but the fact remains that anyone can set up a website for next to nothing. Many are connected to 'psychic' networks. Unbeknownst to people who seek those kinds of services all the time, many of those "psychics" operate as a group. This allows them to share whatever information they have about someone who was a client of theirs who then goes to another psychic in that group for a reading too. IOW, they support each other in that way where everybody in that group gets a portion of the fee. This is a carry over business tactic from how those Spiritualist 'camps' like Lilydale in NY operate. Once the internet came into existence, the same tactic is used on those "psychic" network sites where we see a group of psychics offering their services. The fact is, they are not operating independently on those sites, they are working on a collaborative basis so that everyone in the group prospers via the sharing of personal information about the client.

DeepCut
01-13-2013, 03:35 PM
Blimey ! Sneaky charlatans indeed ...

I suppose lots of con tricks can be transplanted to the virtual world.

That would convince someone, if they were getting similar readings from multiple psychics, who were secretly connected.

I may have to withdraw my remark about the gullible deserving all they get !


Cheers,

DC.

A99
01-13-2013, 03:45 PM
Lol, you're right on that one!

lycaeus
01-13-2013, 07:05 PM
The one defining characteristic of Indigo children is that they are extraordinarily psychic.
I thought the one defining characteristic was that they have an Indigo aura, hence the name Indigo. I don't buy into the new age mumbo jumbo but I have a few anomalies:

1) A few different people have noticed my aura is predominantly dark blue, or indigo, most of the time (it was yellow when I was stoned one time). I haven't seen it though that's my favourite colour and I have the traits of indigo/wandererer. I have done Kirlian photography and it came out predominantly indigo, but there's a good possibility that I got scammed. The thing is, I am definitely not extraordinarily psychic. I have a small sense of intuition, but no practical mind reading skills like Fore has talked about.

2) I don't think you have to have an indigo aura to be psychic or be an advanced soul. My old room mate did the aura questionnaire and he had an extraordinary likelihood that he was a magenta aura (red and violet). His favourite colour was dark red and he displayed the traits. But he definitely was an old/advanced soul and probably a walk-in too. He was not as calm and loving as me it seemed, more fiery, intellectual and straightforward but he had a strong sense of compassion, and at sometimes moreso than me. In a university interview at 17 the professor told him he was the most knowledgable and talented artist for his age he had ever interviewed. He was also really smart with books and an awesome songwriter. He was driven to be extraordinarily successful, but he had all the traits of a magenta aura. It was obvious that he was wise beyond his years.

3) The crazy guy who adopted me for a couple years when I was in my teens was some sort of a very advanced soul, though of the self-serving type. He was well evolved along the dark side you could say. Now, he had a decent amount of psychic abilities and this was verified by others when I heard all the stories. He could tell what gender a newborn baby would be, seen and talked to ghosts (not entirely verifiable though there is a cool story with physical evidence I observed), and he could sense what you were thinking and would annoyingly speak about what's on your mind before you said it (and was a supreme human manipulator) though I guess you have to meet him to verify what I'm saying. He was irritatingly, extremely intelligent in some ways, very quick-minded. But he had a severely twisted sense of empathy. He was, essentially a bad person most of his life and did a lot of very bad things to people because his sense of empathy was sverely impaired, though it was there somewhat at the same time, which is why I (and he) call him/himself crazy. He seemed a bit schizo. He was definitely advanced and an expert at manipulating people for his personal, extremely egotistical self, he had a sense of virtue, love and compassion (though it is twisted) and a strong unique vibe. He definitely had a soul, was connected to spirit in some strange way but is highly evolved in the selfish way. My first guess is he is a hybrid though that sounds crazy unless I explain more about my experiences with him. I will do that in my experiences thread and hopefully people can help me get to the truth of that matter, but my point here is, with him, that you can be an evolved soul with psychic and intellectual talents and still be part of the evil that plagues this world.

DeepCut
01-13-2013, 08:00 PM
I think psychic phenomenon is just something we don't understand yet. When i was 8 years old and on the way to school on the bus i had a daydream, then the daydream played out exactly later on that day at school.

Nothing since then unfortunately :(

DC.

Fore
01-13-2013, 11:29 PM
I once did visit "a psychic" with my sister a long time ago. We were visiting the place to talk to one of the people in the store and we kind of laughed at the fact that the psychic was in a back room with no windows. I studied the place and they sold alot of junk and everything else you can imagine coming from China. (no offense intended to the Chinese people of course!)

My sister was interested in the reading while I laughed and said I wanted to see it being conducted on her to see if the psychic actually had any power.

We stepped inside and it was some guy who basically assumed too much with his brain and didn't even seem to realize we were brother and sister until he was told. Very lame. Throughout the entire thing I kept monitoring him physically and on an ESP level. All of it was hogwash as I had pre-cog just working fine. The guy was pretty nervous because I just sat there watching him. He never seemed to notice I was scanning him repeatedly over 30 minutes or so.

Only at the very end when me and my sister were clearly unconvinced did I notice him changing his tact for a short period of time. I noticed that he started emitting a field at the very end, it was so damn weak that he probably couldn't have used it for anything useful. But at least he tried. <shrug>

Even that did not yield him more than one correct guess on his target (my sister).

At the end he commented to me for being so incredibly quiet and calm. He said I "shouldn't be so quiet and observant" That I made him uncomfortable as I didn't communicate. I took it to mean that he took my observant presence as an offense of some kind.

I just looked at my my sister and was about to comment that he hadn't done a damn thing in all that time except attempt to do a psychological cold-reading (not psychic at all) and a tiny bit at the very end. I told her in a whisper and she said she already knew that because the guy was so far off the mark.

I think we paid him 15 dollars. Though you could tell on his face that he wasn't satisfied with anything that happened. I thought of speaking out and showing off as I collected data on him as I was sitting there and observing him politely. But then I thought better of doing that. I wasn't sure how he would react if someone sitting right next to him had been monitoring his rather miniscule psychic performance.

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Safe to say, there are frauds and/or "handicap psychics" out there who go into the business of making money. Without saying anything the man was very abrasive towards me in particular. I just sat back and watched silently while he made most of his comments. I never gave him any reason to feel hostile about anything. But seriously, he was emitting at less than 1/100th of what I was emitting at idle. So I take it he probably knew he had something but for whatever reason didn't intend to actually use it in his "job" unless he really had to.

Best guess is that he probably had a very tiny capacity and therefore probably used it very conservatively as a last resort. Meaning his inherent capacity is minimal.

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I don't mind people testing others on their capability. As long as the other party is not inherently ignorant of how the psychic activity and background mechanics actually work. So called Indigo children should be studied and ascertained as to what they actually are. Everything from behaviors to actual capacity to determine what it is they are looking at.

Claiming someone is an indigo just because they are eccentric is a rather odd thing for parents to do. They should also inquire as to what made their children supposedly become an "indigo". ET/paranormal sources of manipulation. As well as a study of background family history is pretty important. Otherwise, the indigo revolution may just be a mix of eccentric kids from who knows what or where.

You can probably replicate some of the features of an indigo child if you dabble in paranormal stuff. Or worse, have dealing with ET.

Not all things may be as they seem. Keep a vigilant eye I would say.

Some researchers are rather ignorant.

A99
01-14-2013, 09:11 AM
Blimey ! Sneaky charlatans indeed ...

I suppose lots of con tricks can be transplanted to the virtual world.

That would convince someone, if they were getting similar readings from multiple psychics, who were secretly connected.

I may have to withdraw my remark about the gullible deserving all they get !


Cheers,

DC.

Here's another one of those tactics used by so-called "psychics" who are operating from a website. Please read over the excerpt below from a NYT's article entitled

How to Muddy Your Tracks on the Internet


"Before you can thwart the snoopers, you have to know who they are. There are hackers hanging around Wi-Fi hot spots, to be sure. But security experts and privacy advocates said more worrisome were Internet service providers, search engine operators, e-mail suppliers and Web site administrators — particularly if a single entity acts in more than one capacity, like Google, Yahoo, Facebook and AOL. This means they can easily collect and cross-reference your data, that is, match your e-mails with your browsing history, as well as figure out your location and identify all the devices you use to connect to the Internet."
http://www.nytimes.com/2012/05/03/technology/personaltech/how-to-muddy-your-tracks-on-the-internet.html?_r=0

So the scenario goes like this... Someone visits the website of the "psychic" they want to contact for a "reading". Then the website administrator accesses things like that persons browsing history on the internet and a lot more information too where he then passes that information on to the "psychic". So, let's say the client is a gay man who visits websites specifically taylored for that demographic. Because the website administrator sent all of that "visitor" data to her, she now has that information to work into her "reading" where, in this case, she at least will indirectly mention something about his sexual orientation. The client, because he does not know any better, thinks that the "psychic" psychically picked that up about him and of course that is not the case at all because she got that information from the data that her website administrator sent to her.

There are all kinds of utilities out there now for site administrators to use to find out as much as they can about any visitor who logs onto a site they are the administrators of.

But let's take this a bit further. Supposing that psychic see's that the client is a member of a paranormal forum that she's familiar with. She got that information from the administrator of her website. So she goes to that forum and contacts a friend of hers who is also a member of it and shares that personal information she got from that data that her site's administrator sent to her about her client. So now we have a member of that clients forum who then, in the course of a conversation with his friends client, states personal information about him by innuendo or in more direct ways. The client thinks that that member has psychically picked up that information about him but of course, that is not the case at all.

DeepCut
01-14-2013, 09:34 AM
And that's just a few charlatans. Imagine what our dearly-beloevd governments are up to !

I can't stand Google wanting to know all, especially after they bought YT and now they want our full name, mobile number etc ...

The world is just a big business now and it's very depressing.


DC.

A99
01-14-2013, 09:48 AM
Yes, we do need to be careful when logging onto websites like that.

DeepCut
01-14-2013, 10:11 AM
No way !

Are you sure of your evidence ?

If you are, perhaps you should 'out' them, or at least inform the mods and give them the option ?


DC.

A99
01-14-2013, 10:20 AM
If I see that there's problem here. I will take it to one of the administrators of this forum. That's all I'm going to say about it.

Garuda
01-14-2013, 10:35 AM
Shall we get back on topic, please? Indigo children!

DeepCut
01-14-2013, 10:51 AM
Ok :)

RedFeather
02-08-2013, 09:50 PM
Apparently I am indigo... adult right now... my mum used to tell me stories of time when i was a little child. I used to do strange things but because i was brought up in catholic community my mum told me to stop talking or doing these stuff. It is still taboo in my family :( I wish I could remember these things

CasperParks
02-09-2013, 01:33 AM
Further studies need to be done, blood types is one thing on the list. That RH positive or negative to determine if that plays a role. I am of the mindset, blood type is irrelevant.

RedFeather
02-09-2013, 07:19 PM
Further studies need to be done, blood types is one thing on the list. That RH positive or negative to determine if that plays a role. I am of the mindset, blood type is irrelevant.

I think it's not about physical body but rather ability of using telepathy or being manipulated.
Some people think that indigo are talented kids which can paint really well. There are also indigos saying 'I am from god, you must pray or you'll die and go to hell'. Another 'type' of indigo is me. as child I used to draw places from other worlds. i think that most remarkable thing was drawing plans of 'unearthly" technologies which I could actually explain. I did it before I went to school so before i was 7. I could not have idea of these things. I wish I could show it but all these things are in different country :/

Lee
02-09-2013, 07:24 PM
Welcome to the OutPost, RedFeather!

It's a shame you don't have access to those drawings, I would have liked to have seen them.

RedFeather
02-09-2013, 07:38 PM
Welcome to the OutPost, RedFeather!

It's a shame you don't have access to those drawings, I would have liked to have seen them.

thanks :) hi! :D

I would love to see them as well... my mum goes to this country, maybe she will be able to bring it if it will be not too taboo :/

CasperParks
02-09-2013, 09:31 PM
I think it's not about physical body but rather ability of using telepathy or being manipulated.

I agree, it is unlikely that blood types plays a role.

From a scientific perspective learning their blood types would have been interesting, but I would not expect a correlation. Also, mapping their DNA and Genome.

OutPostForm read more at: RH Positive and RH Negative: Is one an alien hybred bloodline? (http://www.theoutpostforum.com/tof/showthread.php?1110-RH-Positive-and-RH-Negative-Is-one-an-alien-hybred-bloodline/page3)

Genome Project:


From Scientific American:

The one-time front man for heavy metal band Black Sabbath has joined the likes of DNA co-discoverer James Watson and Harvard University professor Henry Louis Gates on the short roster of people to have their full genome sequenced and analyzed.

Ozzy Osbourne let a little blood to submit to the testing in July. Cofactor Genomics, a Saint Louis–based company, sequenced Osbourne's genome; Knome, Inc., which also helped raise money for the project, analyzed the data.

For more on the Genome project read: Scientific American (http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=ozzy-osbourne-genome)

RedFeather
02-09-2013, 10:46 PM
I agree, it is unlikely that blood types plays a role.

From a scientific perspective learning their blood types would have been interesting, but I would not expect a correlation. Also, mapping their DNA and Genome.

OutPostForm read more at: RH Positive and RH Negative: Is one an alien hybred bloodline? (http://www.theoutpostforum.com/tof/showthread.php?1110-RH-Positive-and-RH-Negative-Is-one-an-alien-hybred-bloodline/page3)

Genome Project:



For more on the Genome project read: Scientific American (http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=ozzy-osbourne-genome)

i would like to know if there is something strange with my DNA but I am afraid it might be used in wrong way...

This Genome project is prety interesting, i will have to dig into it a bit more...

I know it is a bit off- topic but in stuff like addiction (e.g. to alcohol or drugs) or things like depression is in your DNA. It means that your life problems starts since you born, it sounds awesome

atmjjc
05-25-2013, 11:10 PM
Psychic Children and Russian DNA research


read here:

http://www.psychicchildren.co.uk/4-3-RussianDNAResearch.html

atmjjc
12-14-2013, 03:23 PM
I accidentally stumbled across this video on youtube. It is a little over an hour long.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fxvriVUk_5A#t=205