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As the Indigo movement began in the early '80s, a related phenomenon called April Children was being reported in Greece. Greek journalist Kostas Hardavelas announced that the University of Athens showed some unusual interest in children specifically born during April 1983. The university is said to have sought them in schools and performed interviews and surveys without further information or notification to the public. Hardavelas produced a documentary about the interviewees, promoting the view that these children had high IQ, mental abilities, peculiar dreams and spiritual experiences. In the absence of specific data about the key players and their aims within the University, the documentary posits the theory that connects the apparent anomaly to some cosmic event (planetary alignment or excessive solar activity).
Speculation about the children born during April 1983 is based on information from a book and articles written by Greek science-fiction and conspiracy theory author Ioannis Fourakis. Fourakis believes that the April Children have a mark on their skin, and that they will play some important role in the future in accordance with his theories of Ellinokentrismos
Data from the Greek Perinatal Study in April 1983 revealed an excessively high perinatal mortality rate of 21.6 per 1000 total births among singletons despite a low birthweight rate of only 4.5%. Comparison of perinatal mortality rates with Danish mortality rates in 1983, revealed the Greek rates to be three times higher than those in Denmark. When divided by time of death, the Greek stillbirth rates were two times higher and the early neonatal mortality rates were four times higher than the corresponding Danish rates. Subdivision of the Greek perinatal deaths using the Wigglesworth classification showed that the biggest group (40%) consisted of deaths associated with intrapartum asphyxia. The incidence of such deaths was 10 times higher than that found in Denmark.
Originally posted by panas_95
It was said that the antichrist would be born in April 1983. So the University of Athens made those researches because it was trying to find out who was the antichrist. There is also a greek book written about these prophecies by a priest named father Maximus. He had made lots of researches and had read many books before he wrote his book. He supports that the antichrist will be a politician and he'll be very handsome,conscientious,trusty and he'll bring people with his side so that they'll think that he's Jesus Christ. Moreover, he will make miracles and he'll solve many problems of humanity like hunger and so on. He will first make his appearance as a politician in 2013. After 3 years of peace,kindness,wellfare and goodness he will reveal his true identity. Then for 5 years the rain will stop, all animals on earth will die and then humanity will suffer from some beasts which will be sent by the antichrist. All people on earth will face many difficulties,hardships and other very terrible situations until Jesus comes. When he arrives, the antichrist will be crushed and all people on earth will be judged whether they go to heaven or to hell. Here's the link with the video of the priest's interview. It's in greek of course. www.youtube.com...
high IQ, mental abilities, peculiar dreams and spiritual experiences