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Is Obama an Indigo?

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posted on Oct, 31 2008 @ 08:22 AM
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I suspected it to be the case a while ago, but after watching his 30 mn informercial I believe he may well be!

I for some time thoughts that it was all talk to get elected but now I am convinced he is genuine in his ambitions to work for the american people. His concern for those struggling and suffering is real. His concerns for the environment as well.
He is the people's champion facing the corporations.
I so wish I could meet him to read his aura and see it for myself! His presentation really made me jerk tears because I how hard and injust life can be. This really is a first because I always despised politicians in general!

The only doubt that remains is if he can pull all his promises before he leaves office or is "disposed" by those with greater powers. Many believe that they are just promises, but he has really gone on the record and in details that it would be hard for him not to fulfill them and win a second term, so I know he will do the best he can.

For me, at the risk of offending many, I see it as a fight for good vs evil. love vs hate. hope vs fear. generosity vs greed.
If one does not see the good he is trying to achieve, I feel that person is lost.
Whether you believe he can do it or not isnt the problem. Every reasons I heard of people not trusting him is based on fear, false beliefs and negative "feelings". I think his race has a lot to do with it too. He has been called every name: messiah, antichrist, muslim, terrorist, arab, marxist, communist, socialist...Which funnily enough remind me of the story of Christ himself. If Obama is elected and performs political miracles, people would still fear and want to "crucify" him!

Without him America- and indeed the world- is lost. The alternative is McCain, who doesnt care much about the 95% of americans but the corporate and the rich interests. All the corporations want to do is get more profit, once the people are well empoverished and enslaved they will move on to where there is more buying power.
Obama wants to change that, McCain wants to help the culprits. For me the right choice is more than obvious.

Obama is the first step in the right direction.

Hopefully




posted on Oct, 31 2008 @ 08:28 AM
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I doubt he is an indigo.
Hes a politician



posted on Oct, 31 2008 @ 08:55 AM
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Originally posted by Omega85
I doubt he is an indigo.
Hes a politician


haha! But with more and more indigos around (people who deeply care about others and our environment), chances are one will become president eventually. Its a paradigm shift in our consciousness, we begin to realize that we are all brothers and sisters and we should take care of each other.

Maybe Obama is the first?



posted on Oct, 31 2008 @ 08:55 AM
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He might turn a bit indigo when he loses on Tuesday, but for now I'd say no.


He is a slick politician with plenty of money to buy an election, but he doesn't have any special powers beyond that, I can assure you. People have been manipulated to put all their hopes and dreams for their own lives and those of this country in this one man. He can't possibly deliver all that is expected of him. If he were to win I believe a huge reality check is forthcoming. I almost feel sad for his supporters. Almost.

Also, isn't he a bit too old to be considered Indigo? I thought they were in their 30's at the oldest at this time. I'm younger than Obama and I remember thinking I was too old to be in that category.



posted on Oct, 31 2008 @ 08:57 AM
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