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The Secrets of the Indigo Children and what 2012 REALLY means for humans

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posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 08:16 PM
this thread made everyone really agro . is it always like this around here .

Clearly brought out peoples passions . I dont understand why . and i would not bother with personality tests either .

Thats was proberly the first boo boo engaged in . then maybe not liking results on the test ?

Why is everyone so agro .

Indigos are proberly just a made up name for souls that are evolvings each birth. I dont think its a big deal and frankly if that so called Indigo is eating meat then wham , right there , shows no special spiritual evolution.

Maybe just alien hybrids as some say . and thats not real special .

Everyone is Special as every thing is part of the divine Whole . But we need to make an effort to progress towards that divinity , not just do all sorts of nonsense , being trapped like rats here .

posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 08:18 PM
I dont understand people sometimes. People want change. Reality is, people WILL CHANGE, yet they still mock the idea.

posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 08:21 PM

Originally posted by Universer
reply to post by ThirdEyeofHorus

For the record I didn't say that, nor did I imply it. I didn't understand a few of your points and/or didn't agree with them.

There really is a huge difference between psychology and psychiatry. Yes, some of the literature is shared, but that is true in many fields.

There are only a very few psychiatrists who, after finishing medical school and internships and all that, go for a Freudian analyst certificate (or something along those lines). These tend to actually talk to their clients (and are usually HUGELY expensive). However, the large majority of psychiatrists do not do that, and only spend a few minutes talking to clients before proceeding to write prescription drugs, often multiple types. Maybe the first session will be longer, and sometimes they use diagnostic tests, but not personality tests. Most of them do not even consider any type of non-pharmaceutical intervention. It's like a doctor's office (they are doctors in fact). In and out. Take your pills.

Psychologists generally spend at least 40 minutes talking and listening to clients in every session attempting to get at the heart of the matter.

I think Jung was brilliant. I haven't read his stuff on alchemy, but his stuff on dreams and coincidence still knocks me out.
edit on 7/28/2011 by Universer because: Jung

Ok thanks, I appreciate that point of view.

posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 08:25 PM
reply to post by CaticusMaximus

Right. I also can't say for certain that all of the OP is true and some of it seems a bit much for me. However, I don't think the magical sunbeams bit is all that out there. We know the sun is an energy source and that our bodies use energy (and even that we make vitamin D when exposed to sunlight) so I wouldn't rule that out myself. Especially considering that TPTB seem to want people to block themselves from the sunlight by wearing hats and slathering themselves with poisoned lotion for some reason.

posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 08:28 PM
reply to post by rabzdguy

This is evolution! We don't stand still.... as nothing in the Universe stands still. Everything is evolving.

Indigo Children are actually the second wave...they came starting in the 80's. The few of the first wave came in the 60's and 70's. The Wayshowers...whether they knew it or not.

Crystal children are the 90's to now. According to many different sources, after the consciousness shift the Rainbow children will arrive....they are foretold by many of the ancient cultures.

posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 08:28 PM
I hate these threads, and i never read them. The whole indigo crap. It's like if you are this type you get wrapped into being a whole list of things, and people will treat you as if they are expecting you to shoot fire. i'll be honest, i didn't even really read the thread. I got to this lLink and took the test, and remember the letters. Then did my room mates and forgot my letters. I then was able to remember them because in the chart of 16 i knew it was in the second row second from the right. Then i scroll down to see just how long this thread was and see a whole bunch of INFP links... I am not going to read much more because its crap (and i wish i could curse so you could read it) that you would give people of one type a classification no matter what. Like 4 questions classify you a type and then demand certain attributes to be utilized.
Say it is evenly distributed, four hundred thirty-seven million five hundred thousand people are INFP. You think we have more of an impact.

posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 08:30 PM
spiritualy, I am not feeling this thread. It is not my cup of tea. Good luck all

posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 08:32 PM
reply to post by UnitedSatesofFreemasons

It's not evenly distributed. INFPs are estimated to be 1-3% of the US population. I don't know any estimates for other countries.

posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 08:34 PM
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posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 08:48 PM
OMG this linking of personality type to some new age god complex is staggering, again for those that did not see and do not understand.

The problems with Meyers-Briggs, and virtually all personality tests, are plentiful. The biggest criticisms are:

1 - The four factors MBTI uses to gauge personality are not a sufficient gauge of personality. Other personality tests use eight.

2 - Validity. In reading the questions on the test, it is easy for subjects to determine the intent behind the questions and answer accordingly, but not always honestly.

3 - Lack of Falsifiability. The MBTI takes its factors to be indicators of personality, but there's really no reliable method to test whether or not this is really the case.

4 - Background theory. The MBTI factors are based on the writings of Karl Jung, who was a student of Sigmund Freud. Psychology was still in its infancy during Jung's lifetime, and many would agree Jung's theories are much more philosophy than psychology. Much of his work, while certainly interesting, is not scientific in the slightest.

A few mundane questions on a backwater web page does not make anyone more special than the next, unless by "special" you mean taking a short bus.

posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 08:59 PM
reply to post by GhettoRice

This test does rely on self-reports. Deception is generally not a problem, however. No one type is better than the others, it would be very difficult for most people to imagine which responses will result in a particular type, and the test questions are not controversial in any way that would likely compel someone to lie (there are no wrong answers). There is a problem of self-awareness. Someone who is not very aware of his or her preferences might have trouble taking this test. It also presents difficulties for those that have less strong preferences, but their results can still be helpful in most cases.

I've seen some studies showing that these tests have good test-retest reliability, which is something. But as for Jung and "science" in general... don't get me started. I'm not really interested in what science has to say about Jung. You can either see that his work helps people or not. Science is too often a front for corporations wanting to make a buck off of human suffering.
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posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 09:33 PM
okay wow. you got me. as i said above to took that test and looked into INFP. This is very very crazy and creepy. It is like someone reading your horoscope but on steroids. So much makes so much sense to me to after reading now. Like in relationships it was almost like my girl friend was yelling at me, all the same things about looking to deep, and cutting people out of my life and only having 3 or 4 real friends, i mean like everything wow. I never knew about this, and i can not deny how accurate it is with me. I now have read 4 or 5 different sites and each offer more incite into my self which is huge!! I have so much i can work on about my self that i always knew but never merited any thing more then natural and equal problems we all share. thank you dude.

posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 09:35 PM
Did you guys know that ELENINe11 is the only hyperbolic object we have ever seen, ever in all of recorded astronomy. Still think its all coincidennce

posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 09:37 PM
Also Leonid found Elenin on a RENTED telescope. Thousands of people get paid to look for these types of objects, yet the one who finds it was renting a telescope online. This is real

posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 09:39 PM
reply to post by UnitedSatesofFreemasons

Heh. Cool. From what I've witnessed, INFPs seem to have the strongest reaction to the test. My theory is that most of us thought, deep down, there was something "wrong" with us because we are so different from the majority (and very likely, every member of our families). The test basically says "Hey INFP. You're weird, but OK"

posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 09:41 PM
Myself and my fiance both fit the INFP Profiles so much that it is eerie! Emotion is my downfall at times i think, even though i know its a good intuition has always guided me in the right direction as long as i which i pretty much always do!

# Do you have trouble concentrating? YES
# Do you often feel depressed for no reason?My whole life( but i have had many many reasons to)
# Have you been diagnosed with ADD?NO, but i do think i am along with a medium case of OCD

# Do you feel other peoples pain more than you should? I!!! I cry for people because i can feel thier pain! I hate being around crying people because on the outside i seem like a tough Bitch but when i see pain in peoples eyes i can't control feeling it too

# Never been in a fight? Not until i was around 22....and that was due to drinking and intense feelings or need to protect a very close friend
# Do you often get gut feelings that turn out to be right? OH YEAH
# Have you expericed regular deja vu? YEP
# Did you have an imaginary friend when you were little? Not that i can think of
# Did your report card say, "fails to pay attention." Even though you are highly intelligent? NO, but was pulled out of school due to sleeping through classes while still maintaining anywhere from 85-100% averages in all classes.
# Do you often lose interest mid conversation? pretty mind tend to wander
# Have you ever astral projected? idk....i have felt like i have been in spirit in dream if i was overlooking from a distance in one instance another...after my death on a conversation between loved ones.

My down fall is i am having soo much trouble letting go of certain things in my past and forgiving those that caused me such deep pain and who has caused my son such deep pain....i honestly don't see how i could ever forgive for those things but i go day by day trying to just not think about it and i'm happier that way.
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posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 09:43 PM
I respectfully disagree that Indigo / Starseed Kids are psychic.

It is most likely that
the genes of aged parents,
the contamination of metals in our environment,
and our poor diets
are the cause of an increasing population of children with a condition somewhere along the Autism Spectrum.

also, if someone is extremely shy,
unable to develop any socializing skills,
needs medication to control fear just to go outside or go to work,
they might also have this condition.

..while Indigo / Starseed Kids might find it easier to attain different states of consciousness, it also requires focus, study and training to know what to do once that consciousness is achieved in order to exhibit psychic abilities.

posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 09:50 PM
Do you have trouble concentrating?

posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 09:50 PM
reply to post by Universer

man, fing mind blowing right now. You are right on the money. Always been very different from my family. the odd ball picking to be a drummer instead of college. And yeah as soon as i saw the title i began dodging it as i was checking ats for the day. But i was just bored and ran out of other things to read so gave it a go. It's ironic no? To write such a long thread that is dedicated to people who can't concentrate long enough so sit down a read it ha.

posted on Jul, 28 2011 @ 10:30 PM
reply to post by SpringHeeledJack

Now now, not so fast Mr. I stand to lose all my credentials if this is true.... I think the poster is right!

And what he is saying certainly fits what this scientist proposes:

"My modest proposal is that the aliens are the cold dark matter that make up 23 percent of the energy in the universe. Adept at cloaking themselves, they are invisible under any force that can be shielded, including strong, weak and electromagnetic interactions... The gravitational force cannot be shielded, however... [T]he aliens cannot prevent their mass from altering the rotation curves of the galaxies they inhabit. [...]

While not actively hostile, the aliens would prefer not to live in our neighborhood. Whatever it is made of, the dark energy is their way of suggesting, politely but firmly, that we leave. Dark energy is simply the mechanism for "alien flight" in the cosmic real estate market."
Aliens and Dark Matter and Dark Energy

The best explanation is that we have trapped ourselves in our own minds. Our technology is all "physical technology" however you can only go so far with this.

Ultimately this can be pieced into a grander evolutionary type argument for 1 glaring reason. If the universe functioned like it does in Star Trek, we would have already been wiped out by a bigger fish and ATS would not exist! Think about it.... Just stop and think. The Federation wouldn't be have beaten the Borg in "real life."

While there are "bad" energies that exist, the balance must always tilt towards good, so you can bet on avoiding ultimate chaos, so you can count on their being an ultimate "agent of good" in the Multiverse. Yes in some capacity we all survive our death and therefore it should be plainly obvious that mankind is taking "existence and the univesre way to seriously."

We have the power to change our habits and join the rest of the universe/multiverse. If we persist with our physical technology and fearful and greedy ways, we will render the planet uninhabitable. The evidence is overwhelming on greenhouse gases and the whacky weather this year felt globally should be a clear sign.

Don't vote for these ego maniac democracks and repulicants anymore!!! They are so busy padding their resumes and talking trash to eachother and getting pictures taken, that they have not noticed how the rest of the universe works. FREE YOUR MIND.

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