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originally posted by: AgarthaSeed
I definitely think there's something to be said about young childrens' visual perception. I tend to agree with the view that children have a pure, unconditioned mind capable of this. As adults we've lost that capability through mass media and society's conditioning.
That being said, when my daughter was about 18 months old, i would lay next to her at bedtime and she would smile and wave to the bedroom ceiling as if someone or something was there. This wasn't every night, but it happened at least 10 times.
Now my daughter's 10 and i've asked her about when she used to do this. Of course, she has no memory of it
originally posted by: miniatus
a reply to: DumpMaster
Yes children can hear higher frequencies than adults.. but a child that age also typically has a very active imagination.
A child's eyes are no more developed than an adult, yes vision fades but a healthy 15-20 year old would see very much the same as a toddler.. and even hear the same for the most part.. I think with all of our advanced optics we'd probably be able to see something like that before a toddler.
Just my opinion.
is it possible that young children can see cloaked alien ships somehow??