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This Generation's Children Becoming More Gifted

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posted on Jan, 11 2014 @ 09:56 AM
Perhaps children aren't necessarily more gifted nowadays than in the past, perhaps they simply aren't as stifled as they would have been in older generations.

Just a thought.

posted on Jan, 11 2014 @ 11:24 AM
Have to agree with some of the above posts - I too don't think children are MORE gifted. I think more adults are tuned in and accepting of the information from children, but its easy to see how so much is missed if the person children are communicating with isn't open and aware.

A few examples....and to be fair, I'm totally on board with psychic, 6th sense, etc. stuff

Giving my niece a bath 3 weeks ago and she jabbers on about something, finally make some sense of it - "you're the (something)?" "I'm the what?" "You're the father?" "No sweetie, I'm the auntie" "NO, there (looks to the side of me and points up in the air), its your grandfather." CHILLS

My grandfather died 40 years ago. My niece is 2 1/2, now living in my grandparents house.

Playing quietly with my nephew (he's 6 1/2), he looks up from the matchbox cars and tracks his eyes/head across the room. "did you see that auntie? It was the ghost again." Trying to remain calm..."do you see them often?" "Yes. Sometimes they scare me." We had a chat about asking spirits to leave.

The next day we're playing, he says "Hey! That's grandma! I can hear her all the way in Virginia! Did you hear her auntie?" "No, I didn't. What did she say?" "Um, stuff. I have super magic hearing auntie."

I could go on and on and on with these two, but my point is, I'm open to it and when these things come up with the kids, I stay calm and listen to them, I take their truth seriously. I've heard my sister-in-law explain it away or my sister say "no you don't!" so if you asked them, they probably wouldn't think children are more psychic.

But I KNOW these kids are in tune and I'm going to keep watching and listening. I hope I can teach them some protection and nurture these gifts. I think its awesome.

posted on Jan, 11 2014 @ 11:42 AM
Great thread and interesting stories. I look forward to hearing more.

posted on Jan, 11 2014 @ 11:49 AM
reply to post by ns9504

Thanks for sharing.

That is amazing. Alas your niece's and nephew's experience won't last long. Eventually most of them 'grow out of it'.

As long as they aren't scared of grandpa and know it's him, I wouldn't worry. Also why would they lie about something like this?

It's great they have a cool auntie like you who takes them seriously.

posted on Jan, 11 2014 @ 05:21 PM
reply to post by Rainbowresidue

Nice thread! S&F

I read in another thread here on ATS (2012), that certain, more enlightened spirits will be incarnating to Earth to help restore mankind to a higher level to live in love and peace.
Actually, the first wave that came in should be in their early fifties by now. I belong to this group. I think they said there would be two or three more waves after that.

Anyway, these children will have special abilities, and it will be so common, it will become the new "normal".
I posted a thread several months ago about so many children remembering their past-lives. This is part of the ability some of them seem to have also.

If I find that thread about the "waves", I'll come back and post it. It's very interesting.


edit on 1/11/2014 by sled735 because: add link

posted on Jan, 11 2014 @ 06:57 PM
reply to post by sled735

Thank you.
Thanks for finding the link.

I'm in my thirties, and I was in one of the waves too, though with us it seems to run in our family tree as well. (But that's another story for another day.)

I also heard of another wave in the 90s, then again in 2000.

I will read your link now.

posted on Jan, 12 2014 @ 08:35 AM
reply to post by Rainbowresidue

I have been surrounded by small ones for a while now, and one thing I have noticed, they are so aware. I can see the lights in their eyes. Kinda scares me a bit. The future generations will be smarter, and smarter. I can see how we would have some of the amazing future tech we dream of with minds like these coming into their own.

posted on Jan, 12 2014 @ 08:45 AM
reply to post by Chronogoblin

I agree, and where is this knowledge coming from?
Some of these children just seem to 'know' things, without ever having heard of it or studied it.

My husband's niece for example always tells us when it's going to be raining. She's 5 years old. She is right most of the time, but how does she know/feel it, and why is she talking about the coming rain?
No one actually asks her.

Another friend of mine has a son, who always tells her when they are driving on their way home,whether daddy has arrived home too, or not yet. And he's also right, which first spooked her a little, but she turned it into a car game.

edit on 12/1/2014 by Rainbowresidue because: added a thought

posted on Jan, 12 2014 @ 10:18 AM

So what do you say to young artists without sounding patronizing "oh, that's lovely Billy"? You can talk about their use of color, don't tell them grass is green if they made it purple - maybe they didn't have a green crayon or maybe they wanted to make the grass purple.
You can tell them they made interesting shapes, point out strong use of lines that convey energy. You can tell them their work is very expressive and original. Ask them what they drew instead of trying to guess what it is. You'll often find your guesses would have been wrong anyway.

But grass can appear purple when there are lots of little flowers. How else could you draw something like the following "purple flower carpet"

As a kid, there were so many things we woul'd see when going out into the countryside with our parents - trees covered in butterflies, or caterpillars that would make that foam to protect themselves. Going next to a stream we would see hundreds of little multi-colored snails as well as dragonflies. Other kids never had those opportunities to see those things, so they'd never believe what I had seen.

posted on Jan, 13 2014 @ 12:20 PM
I tend to agree with those who believe that we adults are more in tuned with children's abilities today than in the past where it was not talked about. When my now 17 year old was around 2.5 years old he kept describing a man that would visit him or would play with him. He called him "The Grandfather". Without having seen any photos he described my father who died before I was born. I had also taken him with me to see a psychic around that time. The psychic also described my father and told me that he was around my son as a sort of guardian angel.

When he was almost 4 we moved to an apartment that had a really weird vibe to it. One night as I was about to fall asleep I opened my eyes to see a little girl around 6 years old beside my bed. She told me she was lost and couldn't find her mommy. I was in such a shock I ran to the front door thinking I had left it open and she walked in lost and afraid. The door was locked and though I looked around the apartment she was no where to be found. I never talked about it to anyone as I thought maybe I was half asleep and was actually dreaming. A few days later my son was playing in his room while I was cleaning. I realized it had been an hour and that he usually didn't play by himself for that long so I decided to take a peek in his room to make sure he was all right. He was talking to what I thought were imaginary friends and had his back to me. He said something like "No, she isn't, my mom is in kitchen" then slowly turned around to see me. He turned back around and said "You're right, she is in here!" That creeped me out a little bit and at dinner I asked him whom he was talking to. He told me it was a little girl and described the girl I had seen a few days prior. He also let me know she couldn't find her mommy and was afraid. She was also with a priest who also talked with him.

For a few months before we moved he would tell me daily the adventures he had with the priest and the little girl. While I am atheist and he had not been exposed to daycare or any sort of formal religion he started quoting scriptures that I would look up and find to be real. As soon as we moved he never spoke of the girl and the priest again. He told me that they could not come with us as the little girl was still in search of her mother and the priest needed to stay with her to make sure she was safe.

He has no recollection of any of this now and has not had any further encounters now that he is older. I do every so often think about the little girl, even though it has been 13 or so years I can still vividly remember her and feel so sad that she is stuck in the afterlife searching for her mother.

posted on Jan, 13 2014 @ 05:43 PM
no one else is saying it.. so i think i will.. talk about auroras ejecting from human bodys. you are going to want to keep that private lol.

say something like that, if you work around kids. they will temporary re leave you of employment. pending a psychiatric exam.

posted on Jan, 13 2014 @ 06:06 PM

What are your thoughts?

Wishing everyone a great day.

I think the GATE program is gonna need some more instructors, that's what I think. We only had one at my school, great lady, but a bit overworked even then.

Found this video last night and I think they give Maynard and crew a run for their money.

School Kids Perform Amazing Cover Of 46 And 2 By Tool

Seriously, that girl can sing...

Oh, and, hope you have a great day too!

posted on Jan, 13 2014 @ 06:17 PM

reply to post by pez1975

Thanks for sharing.

I have read many accounts about children remembering their past lives, how fascinating indeed.
That deserves a thread on it's own.

When I was about 3, my mother and I were walking through a large, beautiful cemetery. (we love cemetaries and still wander them all the time, it is not a morbid fascination either, I see it as keeping people's memories alive)

and she said I suddenly stopped at a headstone, looked at it and said: I knew him, he was shot.

My mum read the stone and it was a soldier that died during WWI.

My mother said she got the heebie jeebies. Mind you, it takes a lot to creep my mother out, she grew up in a haunted house. And there is no way as a 3 year old I could of read that stone or know what it meant.

posted on Jan, 13 2014 @ 06:21 PM
I love story #1.It made me smile!

My cousin is a first grade teacher, she will be the first to tell you that kids are far more aware of what is going on than adults will ever give them credit for.

She said parents would be horrified to know what the kids come in and tell her. She said your kids teacher will know EVERYTHING about you, they come in and repeat everything. lolol

Funny you mentioned the alien thing. I think it is the age group. My son keeps asking me about aliens, big foot, etc. He gets annoyed when I tell him I don't think bigfoot is real.

I love how their little brains work.

posted on Jan, 13 2014 @ 06:23 PM
reply to post by athenatree

Aww. I wish you had found a way to send her "home".

posted on Jan, 13 2014 @ 06:41 PM
OP, you said you teach grades 1 & 2--- and said you teach English and social studies??

posted on Jan, 13 2014 @ 07:32 PM
reply to post by Rainbowresidue

I have read from multiple locations in correlation with the new age belief structure about this age of children being more spiritually in touch(you might even say more evolved).

posted on Jan, 13 2014 @ 08:15 PM
I have 4 grandchildren, ages 17, 13, 7, and 3. The 7 year old is super intelligent although her grades do not reflect that. She is also extremely head strong/
She is extremely tuned in to the emotions of the people around her. She fits many of the traits associated with Indigo children. I do not think that I see this as a biased grandparent, since I did not see it in the others. She has amazed me with perception of what is going on around her since she began to talk at age 2.

My youngest grandchild had one trait that really made me wonder if she had been here before. My daughter, my oldest grandchild and I all have digital cameras, wanting to do all the things the big people do, the youngest wants to take pictures when we have the cameras out and are using them. When I would hand my camera to the baby, she would hold it up to her eye, to try to take a picture. something I have seen older people do. I would show her how to look at the screen to take the picture, and this past christmas she finally seems to have the hang of using a digital camera I can not imagine where at her age, she would have even seen the type of camera that you hold up to your eye to take a picture.

Nice post S and F

posted on Jan, 14 2014 @ 04:40 AM
All generations have the same potential. Today societies and parents are generally doing a better ''job'' and as a result children are unlocking abilities that were supressed in previous generations. but that's only because societies now are more ''accepting'', respectfull and aware, at least much more than they used to be, when we were kids

Remember the richer and more fertile a soil is, the better the seeds grow!

posted on Jan, 14 2014 @ 05:46 AM
Well I have some far-out belief systems so in my eyes not all are equal.
One is that generations of beings from other planets (slightly more evolved) choose to come to live here. (If your world view disallows reincarnation in any form, please don't even bother). Yes there are waves.
I have a 25 year old child and a 12 year old child and I am in touch with younger ones.
Another thing I have been studying that describes some of these waves is astrology - I personally use Indian/sidereal. So-called outer planets form combinations that occur rarely. E.g. the combination of outer planets of the children born from 89 till 91 has no parallel in history except the times of the Reformation (when the power of the medieval church was finally broken).

Those of us who see stuff and/or had visions without any external aid appreciate this.
Nevertheless, as a father and a therapist I caution against some chaotic stereotypes of earlier perceptions (indigo generation etc.). (Because we need to play our correct roles in their eyes or they won't have anything to internalize from this planet). I remember reading some stuff on indigos like 15 years ago, saying that this type of incarnated souls require different food than the rest of us (namely, pizza and chips and ice cream), and we should just accept that they are glued to the TV screen or computer games for sixteen hours a day. That sounds to me more like the consumer capitalism of Planet Earth, plus a bunch of lazy parents, quite the opposite of the psychic and anti-Theocratic stuff they are bringing with them...
Just my 2 cents...

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