posted on Sep, 3 2005 @ 08:30 AM
I think the mistake you're making is taking reality at face value-- we don't see everything that is real, or even a sizable fraction of it,
really. Even within the realm of empirical science, there are hundreds of phenomena that occur around us constantly, but are simply beyond the ken of
our primitive sensory organs... to claim that we have catalogued and exhaustively defined the concepts underlying everything that exists is simple
I completely agree with you on that one, but I just don't think that Indigo Children are really a "phenomenon". All it is to me is people who are
claiming to be extraterrestrials coming to earth to make it a better place. While I wish this were true (the world certainly needs it), I don't think
I can believe it. Do you need to be a part of the organization to realize what your original mission was? Shouldn't you have already known it, or
figured it out early on, if it was what you came here to do. And who is to say they are or aren't an Indigo. There seems no definitive way to tell
like a certain birthmark somewhere or a genetic difference that we know of. Who is to say anybody can't claim to be an Indigo. Which wouldn't be
such a bad thing if they weren't charging money for it. And the last thing that I don't like is the idea that all information related to Indigo
teachings come through channelling alone. I believe in channelling, but I just believe that no good can come of it, and that only negative entities
will communicate this way, often lying and tricking people in the process. But that's another topic.
Like I said... I still keep an open mind to most of the paranormal. I am still open to the ideas of UFOs, Aliens, Astral Projection, Psychic
Abilities, Ghosts, and even Bigfoot (although my hope is fading after countless hoaxes), etc etc etc. I just don't think "Indigo Children" can be
compared with any of these. It isn't a phenomenon, it's just a group of people. No offense to Indigos who take it seriously, but in my opinion it is
just a group of people like any other group... anime roleplayers who dress up like cartoon characters, Star Trek fans dressing up like Klingons,
Football players, Indigo Children... all the same thing to me. A desire to belong.
And I do believe that there are other beings and forces at work on earth that we do not realize in our normal physical lives... I just don't think
Indigos are one of them, sorry. If you want to believe you are an Indigo though, all the power to you. As long as nobody is getting hurt it doesn't
matter to me if it is true or not. And if it does end up to be true, I will be the one that looks like an idiot here, so don't worry.