Indigo Children See The Future

Status: New Age Mumbo Jumbo
Indigo Children is a new-age term for children whose aura is indigo colored. These are the kids whom medical science would diagnose as being hyperactive or having ADD (and many lay people might diagnose as spoiled brats). But according to the indigo-child theory, these are actually children with very special powers. Nancy Ann Tappe, the psychic who first described the concept, says that Indigo Children are "souls with an evolved consciousness who have come here to help change the vibrations of our lives and create one land, one globe and one species. They are our bridge to the future." The Skeptic's Dictionary has some good info on the subject.

According to an article from the Orange-County Register, one of the powers being attributed to Indigo Children is the ability to see the future. Take this example:

When Carolyn Kaufman was getting her daughter, Ariel Carreno, ready to go, Ariel had an unusual request.
"Mom, we need to take an orange," Ariel said.
"Why?" Carolyn asked. Carolyn explained that this was a pizza party, and that an orange would probably be out of place.But when Ariel insisted, Carolyn grabbed an orange and took it to the party... So Ariel carried her orange into Chuck E. Cheese. The party went just as planned. The kids ate pizza. The kids played games. The parents endured the noise. Then, the birthday girl asked for the strangest thing. An orange.

Wow! The kid brought an orange to a party. Try to explain that, skeptics! Carolyn Kaufman also offers an example about her sony Tomy:

After fights with his sister over what to watch on TV, Tomy has broken five VCRs in the family home using only his energy force, Kaufman said. In some families, kids might get grounded for breaking expensive electronics. Not in Kaufman's house.

I'm sensing it would be great to be a kid in the Kaufman house. You could get away with anything. "It wasn't my fault, Mom. It was my energy force."

Future/Time Psychology

Posted on Tue Dec 13, 2005


An inversion of the typical sequence of events, whereby the parents break the video recorder and the child has to fix it, or at the very least show them how it works.

If this child has special powers, and he was fighting with his sister, why didn't he just wish her into the cornfield? Perhaps these Indigo Children are actually a menace to humanity, and should be blown up as in "Village of the Damned".

What would have to be wrong with you, to call your son Tomy? To name your son after a Japanese toy company? Doing a bit of Googling, it appears that Tomy actually is a real-life first name, but I bet Ms Kaufman was unaware of this.
Posted by Ashley Pomeroy  on  Tue Dec 13, 2005  at  12:44 PM
My son must be an "Indigo Child" - except he can't see far enough into the future to realize when he is getting in trouble until he's in trouble (even then he doesn't always learn the first time).

This sounds like an excuse not to be responsible for the descipline of the next generations.
Posted by Kosmo  on  Tue Dec 13, 2005  at  12:49 PM
Strikes me as being similar to the plot of a book I once read, I'll try and remember the title
Posted by Owen  on  Tue Dec 13, 2005  at  03:01 PM
I was thinking of "Darwin's Children" by Greg Bear, they don't actually seem that similar so you can probably ignore me fairly safely...
Posted by Owen again  on  Tue Dec 13, 2005  at  03:06 PM
This is rubbish, its almost laughable. The "traits" of an "Indigo Child" arn't traits at all, they are symptoms of our society, developed by a generation that was used to seeing its parent generations, the baby boomers and Generation X, get whatever they want because of the strength of our economy. This is silly.
Posted by Draconegia  on  Tue Dec 13, 2005  at  03:08 PM
If they really believe this kid is breaking VCRs with his "energy force", why in heck aren't they punishing him for it? Do yet get a free pass for misbehavior based on how you do it? "Hey, it wasn't me that stole that million dollars - it was my robot!"
Posted by Ledasmom  on  Tue Dec 13, 2005  at  03:47 PM
Hmmm. I like oranges, too, and I break stuff (except now I know it's my aura that breaks things), so I guess I've been an Indigo Child all along and never knew it.
Posted by Big Gary in the stratosphere  on  Tue Dec 13, 2005  at  04:13 PM
look at this from the parent's perspective, for years, their children were considered spoiled brats created by their bad parenting. then, medical science discovered a disorder these children were suffering from, thereby mitigating the parent's responsibility... until it became fairly well accepted that parenting styles in formative years is at least a part of why these children have a 'disorder.'

imagine it! if this catches on, parents all over the world can sleep easy, knowing that their bad parenting has given their children special powers!
Posted by mormagli  on  Tue Dec 13, 2005  at  04:19 PM
The little girl with the orange probably planned that stunt out with her friend.

" mom thinks I'm psychic! Wanna freak her out?"

"Okay! But how?"

"I'll bring something really random to your party, and then in the middle of the party, you ask for it out of nowhere!! How orange?"

"Okay, sounds like a plan."
Posted by Sakano  on  Tue Dec 13, 2005  at  04:36 PM
I would use my energy force to beat his little ass if my kid broke 5 VCRs.
Posted by Craig  on  Tue Dec 13, 2005  at  05:46 PM
This is the nightmare tech support has to deal with on a daily basis:

"my VCR is broken, I need a replacement"

"how did your VCR get damaged?"

"my son's energy feild disrupted the electronics"

"have you tried removing the magnets from the device?"

"there are no magnets on the VCR, it's broken"

"have you tried a different tape? magnetic fields can whipe the information on a VHS tape"

"no, not magnetic field, energy field, you see, my son is an indigo child..."

you can't fail to notice, of course, that all of this wmans children have ADD..
Posted by mormagli  on  Wed Dec 14, 2005  at  01:35 AM
OK, this one time when I was about to leave the house, I thought to myself, "I should take my keys with me." So I go out and come home later and gues what? My door was locked and if I hadn't taken my keys, I would have been locked out. Good thing my aura is indigo, huh?

Oh, my energy field needs twenty bucks. Please mail it to me.
Posted by Cranky Media Guy  on  Wed Dec 14, 2005  at  02:30 AM
Sod $20!

James Randi will give you $1 million - or to the child with an indigo aura.
Posted by Peter  on  Wed Dec 14, 2005  at  05:20 PM
My sister broke our VCR when I was a kid with her "energy force" as well, only we called it "static electricity." Honestly, one good zap and that thing was out of commission.
Posted by Matt  on  Thu Dec 15, 2005  at  11:02 AM
Matt raises an interesting point. There are a lot of people with extreme static electric charges - They seem to generate them like a rogue Van der Graff machine, and they certainly used to be regarded as plague carriers when the first computers came out. Perhaps the "Indigo aura" is simply a manifestation of static charge, and some people can see it as a colour? After all, we don't dismiss cats seeing in the dark as psychic hogwash because they can see Far Red light.

And I am old enough to remember all those people who couldn't wear spring-powered wristwatchs because they seemed to stop them all the time by some personal "magnetism", and now we know that magnetic materials exist in human bodies, mostly in the nose. What we could have here is a real phenomenon being made into something more by the New Age nutters.
Posted by DFStuckey  on  Thu Dec 15, 2005  at  03:20 PM
They made a movie about this a couple of years ago, called (cleverly) "Indigo."

IMDB link:

I haven't seen it, but we rent it at my store, mostly to the same people who rent "What the Bleep do We Know!?"
Posted by Karl  on  Sat Dec 17, 2005  at  01:31 AM
Hey, what is the problem with being an Indigo? Do you really believe that we're just bratty children attempting to take advantage of our parents and the "Indigo" theory? No, Indigo is more than a theory. Indigo is real and don't be so quick to think we're liars, those of us that our brave enough to admit we have psychic ability. I know my family is the old-fashioned kind of religious, not eclectic like me. If I even hinted that I was Indigo, that I could easily see auras and sometimes read minds...they would certainly punish me. It is adults like you that keep us unhappy because we can't be ourselves around you. We have nobody to trust. Everyone will give us strange looks or scold us if they find out about us. The kids that are able to freely admit that they have energy fields and are psychic are extremely fortunate. Because most parents are just like you all: NARROW MINDED. :roll:
Posted by Almost Thirteen :)  on  Wed Mar 01, 2006  at  10:13 PM
Lots of words. Just prove it. Evidence is all that's expected (double-blind, peer reviewed and published)
Posted by Kosmo  on  Thu Mar 02, 2006  at  05:07 AM
Hey, i agree with almost thirteen. Well, not totally, because of the whole'i'm psychic' bit, but i am a "diagnosed' (as far as you want to debate that) indigo child also.Just last year two spiritual-type people told me that i was an indigo. until then i had never even heard of such things, and being an indigo isn't just a reason to get out of trouble, cause the fact is, it doesn't help one bit. its the parents desicion, in fact, heres a great way to stay out of trouble...DON'T GET IN TO IT! But seriously, i am a little 'new aged' or 'spiritual' whatever you want to call it, and i really think there is something different about indigos. Maybe its just that we're more creative or peculiar than most 'normal' (whatever that means these days) people, but whatever the case, indigo children DO EXIST!!!
Posted by George  on  Thu Apr 13, 2006  at  11:32 PM
Just a thought on this from my life experiences.

I was diagnosed at around 5 as a 'gifted' child. From that point on, I was shunned by my peers as weird, treated by teachers as a threat to their authority ( As in the case of being sworn at and called stupid when I asked if the brain and spine were also called the Central Nervous System), and assumed to be too academic to be involved in sports so was never allowed to play. Today, I have fought my way into social groups a little more successfully than some people like, am a reasonable human being but have no interest in sport although I am quite a physical guy. Didn't used to be, because I bought into what others forced upon me to a huge extent; Still do, I confess, on occasion.

Sometimes, expectations dictate results. That is something to bear in mind is all I would say.
Posted by DFStuckey  on  Fri Apr 14, 2006  at  07:57 PM
Well well, I can't believe so many people really are narrow minded; afraid we are going to take their sense of reality away. I must admit, in my opinion it's just pathetic. You "sceptics" as you would like to call yourselves (I just call it "eejits" but that's just a matter of opinion) DO NOT KNOW SHITE!!!

I never did anything right. Never listened. Was a little brat, a rebel, fucking lazy. I was a know-it-all who never listened to what was the truth. I had to keep my mouth shut, wasn't allowed to say anything. Can't do anything like it should be done. The truth is that I'm a very kind hearted, caring young woman, but 21 years of being misunderstood, mistreated even, by every "adult" around me, especially my mother who is the first in line of not understanding me, makes one VERY VERY bitter!!! I'm way past "give a shit", and I don't intend to prove to those who don't believe that Indigo children are not just pranksters. You believe what you want to; you stay in your little protective shell and believe your own lies - you obviously have no idea what goes on in an Indigo's head and you never will, so I will say to you in the lovely words of Roddy Doyle; "go and shite!"

UNLESS you have a 100% certain proof that Indigo children are a hoax, I don't want to hear one fecking word out of you sceptics EVER AGAIN!!!!
Posted by Aya  on  Mon Jun 05, 2006  at  05:11 PM
Well, I agree with Aya, though in slightly less harsh terms... I am an indigo child, and i am also misunderstood. I normally don't openly go around telling everyone 'Hey look at me, I'm better than you cause I'm an indigo' (not saying any indigos actually do this) but that doesn't mean i'm ashamed of being an indigo. I am very quite proud, though i choose not to disclose this information too openly cause i've found that some piteous, narrowminded individuals mock or tease me. I'm past the stage of trying to explain something they don't get, and don't really care if they think indigos are real or not. I (as well as many others) are living proof that they do. So, if they don't believe that, thats their problem. It's just a pity that intelligence was wasted on someone who chooses not to use it...thats all. I've taken a very calm and collected approach to this whole matter, unlike Aya. And don't get me wrong, theres nothing wrong with, bitter, but then again, I haven't had nearly the same amount of teasing and mocking and only 15. Which is another thing i dont like telling people cause they say i'm a spoiled little teenager who thinks she knows everything. But (and aya if you are reading this please dont be mad cause i'm not picking on you if thats how it seems!! 😊} i'm blabbering on here. But i think indigos are really just your average joes with more open-mindedness, compassion, maybe some heightened senses, but other than that, we just aren't afraid to be who we are. We don't care what people think, and want to live our lives for US. So i'll leave you simply with a quote by Arthur Schopenhauer:

We forfeit three-quarters of ourselves in order to be like other people.
Posted by George  on  Mon Jun 05, 2006  at  08:24 PM
Aya said:

"UNLESS you have a 100% certain proof that Indigo children are a hoax, I don't want to hear one fecking word out of you sceptics EVER AGAIN!!!!"

Hi, Aya, my name is Bob, but you can call me REALITY. Here's how the world works: If YOU make an extraordinary claim, the burden of proof is on YOU. I realize that's WAY more work than you want to take on, but that's life.

If you can't or won't prove your claims, then don't expect rational people to simply accept them at face value.

Oh, by the way, you sure went on at length for a person who "doesn't care what others think." Methinks thou doth protest too much. Yeah, I know: You Don't Care What I Think (and you'll write another long post telling me so).

Hey, next time, instead of wearing your poor little fingers down by typing, why don't you just tell me telepathically what you want to say? Oh, I forgot, that would be requiring you to actually PROVE that you have "special powers" (or whatever fantasy it is you expect the rest of us to indulge you in).

By the way, did I mention that I can fly? Yup, just like a bird. Naturally, I would be horribly insulted if you expected me to actually DO it in front of you, so you're just going to have to take my word for it (and if you don't, I'm going to call you names). PROVE THAT I CAN'T FLY! I double dog dare you. Oh, and I don't care what you think, so nyah nyah.
Posted by Cranky Media Guy  on  Sat Jun 10, 2006  at  05:40 AM
Damn, us skeptics tend to be a stubborn lot. :lol:
Posted by Charybdis  on  Sun Jun 11, 2006  at  07:33 AM
lol, neither of you said facts... after arguing about it, wow real battle of wits there. For the record I do realize this indigo concept but am more drawn to the astrology part that coincides with this... If your stupid then you wouldn't realize that everything in life cycles. As does the planet... We are at the end of a 26,000 year cycle and the FACT is you can't stop the fucking planets... read up on some mayan history they made things that we call "wonders of the world" now who was the truly non-materialist advanced race... if you don't understand much astronomy jus search winter soulstice or photon belt
Posted by DmC  on  Tue Jun 13, 2006  at  10:18 PM
DMC said:

"lol, neither of you said facts... after arguing about it, wow real battle of wits there."

To whom are you referring, DMC?

"If your stupid then you wouldn't realize that everything in life cycles. As does the planet... We are at the end of a 26,000 year cycle and the FACT is you can't stop the fucking planets... "

I COULD be snarky and point out that the word you wanted is "you're," not "your." I'll skip over that, however, and just ask you what the hell you're talking about.

You complain about people "not stating facts" and then you throw out the unsupported (and unsupportable) concept of a "26,000 year cycle," whatever the hell THAT is.

Um, what is the alleged "cycle" and how would human beings, who don't have any written material from 26,000 years ago to look at, KNOW about it?

Also, what does this have to do with "Indigo children?"
Posted by Cranky Media Guy  on  Wed Jun 14, 2006  at  12:49 AM
All stars in the galaxy rotate around a galactic center but not with the same period. Stars at the center have a shorter period than those farther out. The Sun is located in the outer part of the galaxy. The speed of the solar system due to the galactic rotation is about 220 km/s. The disk of stars in the Milky Way is about 100,000 light years across and the sun is located about 30,000 light years from the star's center. Based on a distance of 30,000 light years and a speed of 220 km/s, the Sun's orbit around the center of the Milky Way once every 225 million years. The period of time is called a cosmic year. The Sun has orbited the galaxy, more than 20 times during its 5 billion year lifetime. The motions of the period are studied by measuring the positions of lines in the galaxy spectra. got it smart ass? lol
Posted by DmC  on  Wed Jun 14, 2006  at  09:22 PM
Oh yeah.. why don't you go practice your typing some more buddy I dun care about my comp tiping.. as long as you can make sense of it i could really care less about how you read it haha
Posted by DmC  on  Wed Jun 14, 2006  at  09:29 PM
DMC said:

"Oh yeah.. why don't you go practice your typing some more buddy I dun care about my comp tiping.. as long as you can make sense of it i could really care less about how you read it haha"

The problem is that your seeming illiteracy makes it more difficult to figure out exactly what you're trying to say. I can see that you don't care about how you're perceived, which is a shame. I'm guessing you're young; I think you'll find out as you go through life that the less capable you are of communicating accurately, the harder a time you will have.

I would also say that a person who can't read and write well is more easily influenced by those who would separate you from your money. Con men tend to be very glib.
Posted by Cranky Media Guy  on  Thu Jun 15, 2006  at  01:36 AM
DMC, uh, would you kindly explain what the periodicity of planetary bodies has to do with "Indigo children?"

Also, tell the person who wrote that for you that they are very well-informed, even though it STILL has nothing to do, so far as I can see, with "Indigo children."
Posted by Cranky Media Guy  on  Thu Jun 15, 2006  at  01:38 AM
Indigo's are just old souls... the mere fact that were living at this time in history is something very important. Secondly the 26,000 year cycle is proven astronomy... It's hard to try and explain alot of this because of the depth ive already read. lol If your guna cry about my typing just don't respond eevryone i know my age doesnt follow proper structure cause its way slower wen on stuff like msn... Maybe if I was writing something important or as I wrote essays in school, I don't see reason for you to get your panties in a knot... To be honest everything I've read seemingly coincided with one another from the mayan history and calender im sure you've heard bout it... It is one of the wonders of the world. The planets have orbits I'm sorry but if you don't understand that then maybe read up on it. lol, How am I supposed to tell you 3 books and like 40 web pages of information in this little box!:) I do got some links an shit if you want. Only reason I come debate this stuff is to try an get the people who can't seem to realize the fact that you were born to die and death is just as important in the cycle of life as any other part.. if you haven't realized it yet I strongly believe in reicarnation..every souls is here to learn life lessons with the current physical situation they are presented with. For example a fat kid watching a fit guy eating cake and not gain weight to fast metabolism. Since I was young I was always interested looking at the stars and realizing each was a sun, most bigger then our own and all capable of supporting a planet like earth. The whole soul thing kinda just hit me as a realization or just the true purpose behind living the kind of life you are given.
Posted by Dmc  on  Thu Jun 15, 2006  at  09:56 PM
Oh yah you must be hearing about all the valcano activity along with the severe weather conditions that are being predicted by reliable sources like nasa... They also have evidence that the sun's solar flares and some other crap discovery channel played for liek 2 hours lol have changed and that the next time it hits earth is coincidentally in 2012(not actually solar flares hitting the earth lol somehting with magnetic fields). Also discovery channel provided me with the information that the last ice age was liek 10,000-12,000 years ago.. This coincided with the planets orbit passing through the galaxy twice every 26,000 years.. once again I said that the indigo thing is just the tip of the iceberg.
Posted by DmC  on  Thu Jun 15, 2006  at  10:13 PM
How can you be so much superior to the the rest of us when you haven't even mastered proper spelling, punctuation, capitalization, or grammar usage?

Sorry, but all you're doing is making a fool of yourself.
Posted by Charybdis  on  Fri Jun 16, 2006  at  09:51 AM
Charybdis said:

"How can you be so much superior to the the rest of us when you haven't even mastered proper spelling, punctuation, capitalization, or grammar usage?"

Charybdis, apparantly you don't understand Indigo Language. You unevolved soul, you.
Posted by Cranky Media Guy  on  Fri Jun 16, 2006  at  02:01 PM
Want a good Indigo Children-related laugh? Go here:

Then scroll about halfway down to the posting on the Indigos. Pretty funny, says me.
Posted by Cranky Media Guy  on  Wed Jun 21, 2006  at  01:59 AM
There's also a game called Indigo Prophecy, in which the main character sees the future.
Posted by Ryan  on  Thu Aug 10, 2006  at  07:20 PM
Well, I guess if you have Indigo Children, it's only natural that some of them will grow up to be Indigo Moms, right?

And yes, if you're wondering, the Jenny McCarthy you'll see there is the same one who infested MTV several years ago.
Posted by Cranky Media Guy  on  Sat Aug 12, 2006  at  05:42 AM
I do like purple...

But I don't think that makes me an indigo child.
This little snippet of my life happened when I was like 7 or 8..
Anyway, because I like purple, at this one new age bookstore. (my dad was probably looking for Buddhism stuff) I saw this little amethyst stone and it was pretty so I asked dad If I could have it.

The bookstore also had a cat. (Don't all great bookstores do?)

uhm, anyway, So my dad lets me have the amethyst and i'm giving it to the cashier lady and she says "lemme see yo hands!" (or something like that) ... now being a tomboyish girl and always playing outside, they were kinda dirty so I was shy and reluctant to give them to her. I thought she was gonna try and sell me some special soap or something but...
she just looks at my hands and says "you gots an old soul"

OH JEEZE WOMAN, way to build up the suspense! Anyway it was a big relief that she didn't comment on how dirty/dry my hands were, and I could care less how old my soul is. *phew*
Posted by Blacklight  on  Mon Aug 14, 2006  at  08:49 AM
whoa! that indigo mom's website has neat music! 🐛
Posted by Blacklight  on  Mon Aug 14, 2006  at  08:58 AM
Pray my Indigo children of the future, Yea gather up thy harvest of crystals that go swish and head to the portal of exit by which the postman comes. Ignore thy parents as they are but vessels of truth juice that have burst forth into transcendence.
Leave thy earthly world and all its trinkets, ignore all signals of warning and gloriously as thou hearest the sound of a million trumpets blaring in glorious union as the choir of resplendent majesty shouteth "Get ye out of thy bloody way!" feel the warmth of truth as thy holy vessel is squelched upon the front of ye bus of arrival. Feel thy body going smush as you embrace the warmth of loving hands caressing you as you bounce off the bus and into oncoming high speed vessels of joy. Hear them screaming in joy and delight "What a bloody mess"
Yea seek truth in the joyous rapture of the eternal light of future as you rise gracefully out of your body (parts) and seek higher realms of ecstasy in the nether regions of places yet unbeknowest to the lower peoples.
Yea I command it for I have seen many a dozy pillock wanting a transcendent experience who ignores a stop sign.
Posted by Indigo Martian Level 400 Supreme Crystal Indigo Gl  on  Wed Sep 13, 2006  at  01:53 PM
Most pro-Indigo sources I have checked out indicate that 90-95% of children born after 1992 have these special indigo powers. So why do parents tag their kids as indigo based on "unusual" abilities? Its the non-indigo kids who should seem out of the ordinary, compared with other kids and teens.
Posted by Tom Harwick  on  Wed Sep 20, 2006  at  02:46 PM
Yea, all children born are of the indigo, but not only ye children of humans be, but in animals many are now of colours differed.
See how the dog communicates with his inner indigo by licking his arse, see the cat transcend life as it lies down, entranced and aware of all levels of joy.
Sweet is the rhapsody of the indigo, long may thy parents see indigo as a shining example of neglect to a child, give thanks that drugs will solve none of ye problems and that only accepting the light and truth of indigo and the supreme levels will make thee happy.
Posted by Indigo Martian Level 400 Supreme Crystal Indigo  on  Wed Sep 20, 2006  at  03:28 PM
I pray for all of you. The hatred and malice that you are putting out into the world be removed. I pray for your children and all the people you influence. I pray that you have plenty in your life and eventually see what God's existance brings to all in this world.
Posted by Amber  on  Sun Sep 24, 2006  at  10:48 AM
Here's an example of a real Indigo child.

Posted by harry  on  Fri Oct 20, 2006  at  08:10 AM
I really, really hope you don't believe the nonsense in that article, Harry. I'm assuming that you realize that it's patently ridiculous. Phew, that's a load of crap!
Posted by Cranky Media Guy  on  Fri Oct 20, 2006  at  02:32 PM
I am an indigo, and I know for a fact it has nothing to do with my parents' process of punishment, seeing as how they didnt' go easy on me when i did something wrong. Plus, they have 5 kids, so if that were the case, don't you think we would all be indigos? To be honest, i don't really care if you geys believe in us yet. If you're so narrow-minded that you can't see the possibility, and all you are capable of seeing is things that are proven, then i feel really sorry for you. the intangible REALITY, because it is real, is much more fun. Furthurmore, none of the comments i saw against the possibility of indigos seemed very intelligent. Im not going to write why each "reason" doesn't work, but what is it with people to make them think that their logic includes everything and therefore must be right. Face it, logic can never be foolproof the way you use it because you don't know everything, and alot of times, if you leave something out, your arguement is stupid.
Posted by Raven  on  Sun Nov 05, 2006  at  12:01 PM
Raven said:

"If you're so narrow-minded that you can't see the possibility, and all you are capable of seeing is things that are proven, then i feel really sorry for you. the intangible REALITY, because it is real, is much more fun."

Raven, I honestly don't know what you're trying to say there.

Here's the bottom line: if you believe that you have an "aura" of ANY color, the burden of proof is on YOU. It doesn't matter what you BELIEVE; things either exist or they don't. Period.

If, as you say, your "aura" is real, then you should be able to demonstrate that it exists under controlled scientific conditions. If you can do that, there is a million dollars waiting for you to collect.

Until you can do that, all you really have is something you choose to believe in because it makes you feel special. I'm sure that's a lot of fun for you, but it doesn't make it REAL.

Before you go down this road, let me again say that the burden of proof is on YOU to show that auras exist at all, let alone that you or anyone else has an indigo one. We do NOT have to prove that they DON'T exist.

Yes, I know, I know; you "don't care" if we believe you or not. Uh huh.
Posted by Cranky Media Guy  on  Sun Nov 05, 2006  at  02:16 PM
It's the normal people like you, the bullies with their sarcasm and irony that caused indigo children to withdraw, to protect themselves so they wouldn't become like you
Posted by Eva  on  Mon Nov 13, 2006  at  09:39 PM
Interesting... how can one participate to obtain this one million dollar prize ? What are the conditions ?

Here in Indonesia, magic is considered a norm, and part of some people's daily life. An example is Debus, a martial arts combined with magic. Certain masters can make themselves completely invulnerable.

However, some of indonesian muslim community members are frowning upon these practices, because most of these are black magic; enabled by co operating with jinn or the devil. Therefore, these magic can not be used for good purposes; only for show off, neutral, or worse, evil purposes.

A few other photos on Debus :
[ here ] - [ here ] - [ a kid enchanted with invulnerability spell, now can't be pierced by sword ]
Posted by harry  on  Mon Nov 13, 2006  at  10:33 PM
Thats funny Harry, Would an indigo be able to stop a bullet or maybe contain the fallout from a nuclear blast?
How many indigos does it take to magically unscrew a lightbulb?
One to distract with annoying and repetitive arguements about how indigo is the colour of the future and half a dozen others to change the bulb manually because they are too weak to do it on their own.
I dont hate people, just idiotic ideas like "indigo"
How about growing up and stop believing in fairies?
Posted by Amber  on  Tue Nov 14, 2006  at  07:07 AM
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