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Boriska, boy from Mars, says that all humans live eternally
Posted: 07 March 2008 09:13 AM
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A boy named Boris Kipriyanovich, or Boriska, lives in the town of Zhirinovsk of Russia

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Posted: 07 March 2008 09:23 AM   [ # 1 ]
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Ohhhhh kay…..

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Posted: 07 March 2008 09:27 AM   [ # 2 ]
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Oh frick.  There is a group near me that is a group of “indigo” children.  They’re nutters is what they are!  Indigo children & Crystal children.  I think the difference is that the crystal children were born 2000 & after.  Indigo is prior to that.  Indigo children are supposed to pave the way for the crystal children.

They mostly seem like they are…crazy.  And if that’s the way of the future…count me out!

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Posted: 07 March 2008 09:27 AM   [ # 3 ]
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Obviously he’s an Indigo child.  Is he arrogant?  That’s pretty much all they proof you need right there.

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Posted: 07 March 2008 11:49 AM   [ # 4 ]
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So the kids a bit smarter than average.  That makes him a martian?  hmmmmm   I think there’s a huge gap in logic somewhere.  Sounds like he could spout off anything and his parents would believe him.

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Posted: 07 March 2008 11:59 AM   [ # 5 ]
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He does look like an arrogant little prick who needs to learn some humility.

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Posted: 07 March 2008 01:26 PM   [ # 6 ]
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Well the indigos are sposed to cause war or something to create a “peaceful” place for the crystals.

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Posted: 07 March 2008 04:22 PM   [ # 7 ]
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Being a doctor, his mother could not help but notice that the baby boy could hold his head already in 15 days after his birth.

Oh, no. My kids must be Martians too because all 3 of them could lift their heads from birth. They are more Martian than this kid apparently. Ph, and my 2 yr old daughter can speak Spanish and Chinese. Well, she can say hi in those languages anyway. And “nobody” taught her. The TV did.

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Posted: 07 March 2008 05:26 PM   [ # 8 ]
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As I have nothing better in my life to do, I went and read both of the older stories linked to in the article above.  As for the i’ndigo children’, the following may help, its from the second linked article:

Boriska caught Russian scientists’ attention in the summer of the current year. Specialists of the Institute of Earth Magnetism and Radio-waves of the Russian Academy of Sciences photographed the boy’s aura, which turned out to be unusually strong.

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Posted: 07 March 2008 05:46 PM   [ # 9 ]
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My 11-year-old spouts odd ideas.  Does this mean he is a genius or just watches to much TV?  He is American with plenty of opptuntiy to plug in if this tells you anything

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Posted: 08 March 2008 12:11 AM   [ # 10 ]
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You know, my youngest daughter just might be a martian.  From the time she was 2 or 3 (can’t remember exactly, but when she was old enough to tell whole stories) she was telling me and Dave that she had another set of parents who had died in a volcano.  Had a brothers and sisters and a whole bunch of cats, too, all of which died in this same volcano.  She never changed her story, and even told us the names of her “other” mom and dad—can’t remember the names right now, and as it’s after midnight, I don’t think I’ll go wake her up to ask.  :lol:

*makes a note to ask daughter when exactly the mother ship will be coming to pick her up…*

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Posted: 08 March 2008 06:59 AM   [ # 11 ]
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Uh-oh. Throwing people into volcanos is Xenu’s work.

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Posted: 08 March 2008 08:15 AM   [ # 12 ]
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Uh-oh. Throwing people into volcanos is Xenu’s work.

Escept they didn’t get thrown in, they ‘jumped’.  The kinda eerie thing about this is that our daughter (who was like 2, who could just string together sentences) never changed her story.  True story.  She had all of these incredible details and stuff, like the names of the 13 or so cats.

The names of her mom and dad and 9 bro/sisters.  The names were constant, and occasionally, out of the blue, she would say things like,“I wanna go home.” We would patiently explain that we were home and she would say something like, “No. My other home. With my other parents.”  (Like we were stupid.) 

Then would come out the stories. ie, how mom would beat cloth and how the palm trees would sway and how the cocunuts tasted bitter one spring…..
(insert creepy music here…)

wierd!

No joke.

After a while, we would just shake off the goosebumps, listen to her story, and go on with life like it was the most normal thing in the world….... :gulp:

Wow.

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Posted: 08 March 2008 10:36 AM   [ # 13 ]
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You should get them to pay child support, Daveprime.

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Posted: 08 March 2008 10:40 AM   [ # 14 ]
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Accipiter - 08 March 2008 03:36 PM

You should get them to pay child support, Daveprime.


What, in coconuts and fish?

no thank you…..

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(..though the coconut would go well on my cookies…)

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I like coconuts and fish.

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Posted: 08 March 2008 10:45 AM   [ # 16 ]
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Raw? Shipped together overland? By third class parcel post?

Yumm!

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Posted: 08 March 2008 02:09 PM   [ # 17 ]
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Raw? Shipped together overland? By third class parcel post?

Yumm!

:lol:

You wouldn’t pay for UPS overnight??  sheeshhhhh

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Posted: 08 March 2008 03:00 PM   [ # 18 ]
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What I would like to know is what is happening with this child Boriska in reality?
I find more interesting why is he saing all that NOT what is he saying.

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Posted: 09 March 2008 08:43 PM   [ # 19 ]
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Uh…Indigo children are called indigo children b/c of the color of their [alleged] auras.  Isn’t indigo a kind of bluey-purple?  If he’s orange…he can’t actually be labled an indigo child.

So much about that disturbs me in general.

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Posted: 10 March 2008 03:01 AM   [ # 20 ]
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This story is from the Pravda (meaning “truth” in Russian). For 70 years it was the official newspaper of The Communist Party, and told all kinds of “truths”. After the Soviet Union closed shop, the Pravda went totally tabloid, and among other things have reported that Russian geologists have bored their way down to Hell. I suppose it’s just as trustworthy now as it was under Stalin.
Only the lies have changed.

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Posted: 10 March 2008 05:48 AM   [ # 21 ]
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My father actually used to have a subscription to Pravda. Got him the hairy eyeball once or twice, but he worked as a singer for a russian orthodox church. He could point out that the average communist russian government would disapprove of the church, and that by aiding it, he was pissing off the commies.

Of course, then there was a russan family we were good friends with who had a photo of Lenin taped to the inside of their toilet lid..

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