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Indigo children are among us

Scientists say Indigo children do exist – a new race with extrasensory abilities
Svetlana Kuzina — 01.05.2008
The film "Indigo" was recently released in cinemas throughout Russia. The film explores the Indigo phenomenon – an alleged new race possessing extrasensory abilities. “Indigo” children are said to be unusually sensitive and gifted. Each year, more parents and teachers come forward with stories about these children. The film's creators believe that Indigo children are a widespread phenomenon and a new breed that will lead mankind into the 22st Century.

Psychologist and member of the European Psychiatric Association Natalya Mikhaylovskaya spoke with KP about Indigo children after years of studying gifted youth.

Babies with brilliant eyes

"For the past 10 years children have been born who don't resemble ordinary boys and girls," Mikhaylovskaya said. "Their uniqueness is apparent when they are only several months old. Doctors say they are astounded by the children's very 'adult' eyes. While ordinary babies aren't able to focus their vision, Indigo children stare intensely. The older they get the odder they behave compared to their peers.”

Parents are confused and turning to medical professionals for advice about how to raise their Indigo children. They're having a difficult time communicating with their kids. Their children don't want to study or play games like their friends. They don't listen to authority and they're always off on their own.

This seems like a familiar story. There have always been problem children. In the past psychologists diagnosed them with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or Hyperactivity and prescribe sedatives. However, children who suffer from hyperactivity aren't able to concentrate for long periods of time on one activity. The smallest obstacle deters them from proceeding any further and they are immediately consumed by another task.

Meanwhile, Indigo children stick to one activity that genuinely interests them – and aren't impeded by difficulties. Instead, obstacles give them the extra push they need to succeed. Indigo children accomplish a great deal quickly. They're persistent and concentrated until they've satisfied their curiosity. Einstein comes to mind, who was considered mentally handicapped as a young boy.


Maybe people with unusual gifts will change our lives for the better. (Screen shot from the film "Indigo.")

Teflon kids don't stick to social stereotypes

"For a long time there was no official name for these kids," said Mikhaylovskaya. "In Russia they're called children of the new millennium, or children of the light." In France the children are called Teflon kids as they don't stick to social stereotypes. In England they're called cyborgs as they listen to their heads more than their hearts.

Indigo children start using computers when they are only 3-4 years old unlike most children. They are technologically advanced. Thus, it's safe to assume that technology will develop more quickly in the next 10 years than previously thought possible. Indigo children will open the door to a world where people work with their heads and not their hands.

The term "Indigo," as these children are called in the U.S., is rooted in the research of psychologist Lee Carroll. Carroll studied unique children for many years, and later began studying their auras. Carroll's research is disputable as the concept of auras isn't accepted by the scientific community as a whole. However, a number of authoritative scientists have lent credit to the field by developing methods to study the energetic forces encompassing objects that are known as auras.


Carroll measured the auras of outstanding individuals — the size, color, shape and intensity of illumination. He discovered their auras were bright violet whereas most people's are yellow or green. Carroll also demonstrated that children with bright violet auras surpass both their parents and peers in terms of intellect and knowledge.

"Indigo children are smart, developed and don't fit the usual stereotypes of children," said Mikhaylovskaya. "They're very gifted and have an entirely different agenda for our planet. Their average IQ is 130 – a level matched by 1 in 10,000.” (ed. The average IQ is 100.)

Technology shifts into the forefront

More and more scientists believe that mankind is standing on the threshold of change. We made a small leap in the 20th Century, increasing our average lifespan and working age. Indigo children may lead mankind in a new direction in the 21st Century as technology shift into the forefront replacing biology.

The Indigo race is quickly multiplying. Even as early as 30 years ago, no one had heard of the phenomenon. Today, 70 percent of all children have a bright purple aura. Scientists expect the figure to increase to 90 percent in the near future. Some say the birth of Indigo children isn't an accident, suggesting that new civilizations have always been born at history's most catastrophic moments.



The brains of bright violet children radiate strange waves.
From KP's Archive

Renowned precocious children

Nine-year-old Mike Smith in Germany showed an interesting trick. He took a glass pill bottle, placed it on a table and telepathically extracted the medicine.

Nadezhda Kipryanovich gave birth to a phenomenal baby in the Volgograd region. When Boris was only 8 months old, he spoke in full sentences. He already read large newspaper print at 1.5. At three he began talking about the Universe. He not only knew the planets in our solar system and their satellites, but also the names of star systems. Scientists studied the phenomenon, but weren't able to find an explanation.

While making a presentation in New York, 10-year-old Mariya Yudovich gave every audience member a rosebud, and then made them bloom with one movement of her hand.

A young Mexican girl Osvaldo Rios is able to describe photographs by touch while blindfolded. She can name the people in the photographs, as well as their addresses and the numbers of their driver's licenses and insurances.


Skeptics' opinion

Dr. Vladimir Kireev, Psychiatrist at a Hospital in Tallin, Estonia: "The enthusiasm shown by researchers lauding the Indigo phenomenon is disturbing. They're dividing children into two groups — a select race and a lesser sort. The next logical step is a country claiming to have more Indigo children than anyone else, and saying they're the chosen race. Isn't this fascism only on a 'spiritual' level?”

Oleg Gubin, Psychiatrist, Employee of the Health Plus Medical Center: "Children who are very gifted in a single field often suffer from mental or psychological disorders. This isn't evidence of a new race. What we're seeing is the result of mass informational saturation, a changing ecology, genetically modified foods and other factors."

Robert Todd Carroll, Head of the Philosophy Department at Sacramento College in California, U.S., Author of the "Encyclopedia of Misconceptions": "The principle idea of the book 'Indigo Children,' on which the film is based, is that children suffering from ADD and hyperactivity are aliens from the cosmos. Of course this is absurd. These children just require a bit of extra attention.”


Enthusiast's opinion

Yury Fomin, Head Expert of the Ecological of the Unknown Association, Engineer, Automated Management Specialist: "The discovery of extrasensory abilities in more and more children means the Indigo phenomenon is spreading.”

Can auras be analyzed?

Professor Konstantin Korotkov is one of Russia's pioneers in the field of aura scientific research. Today he works at the Saint Petersburg Institute of Fine Mechanics and Optics. Korotkov has devised a machine that measures peoples' auras and provides feedback on the individuals' health and state of mine. KP asked Korotkov to briefly describe how his instrument works.

KP: What does your instrument do? Tell us a bit about it...

Korotkov: We collect info from physical fields surrounding the fingers. When an electromagnetic impulse hits your finger, your body releases a flood of photons and electrons. Our optical system monitors these reactions. Later we analyze the results on the computer. Within 10-15 minutes we have a complete dossier on the individual — psyche, body and the condition of his/her organs. Our instrument is already being used at the First Medical Institute, Military and Medical Academy, Sports Institute and many other organizations in both Russian and abroad.

http://kp.ru/daily/24091.3/321761/

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