Surely you've heard about them. And most probably a load of nonsenses. Indigo children are described like superheroes with psychic powers, or stricken by things like autism, unable to live in today's unkind society.
There is only a few seriously sounding informations I have ever heard of them.
There's a laboratory tool, called 'polarized light'.
DNA sample of some children has a tendency to obtain a blue color under an exposure to the polarized light.
And relatively sober informations:
Indigo children have a specific DNA change, which makes them a new sub-race of current human race. Some sources mentions this sub-race primarily, taking the "indigo" therm as a secondary popularization of this phenomenon.
Thir occurence in population was quite long, it just rapidly increased in several last decades, so they got more attention. This is why many of them most probably already died by old age, and others aren't quite children already.
The number of indigo children is supposed to increase, till it eventually becomes a major part of population.
Their aura is supposed to have an indigo color. (this statement is competing with the above mentioned DNA sample color, but both may be true)
Some of us sees, that people aren't what they used to be. Since the age of hippies, we're generally still more inclined toward the thoughts like freedom, justice, equality, spirituality, peace, and so on. If the phenomenon of indigo children is true, they can be relatively common among population. Or we, exactly said, it's about us and all our potential descendants. Guys at school were always telling me that I have a bit too weird personality. But they didn't have to worry, I have another four
So, any thoughts? If I remember, deludedgod is a professional biochemist, he could know something about it. Of course, it's a topic of refuting irrational precepts, and the most intelligent people of today has an unpleasant habit to refute everything in sight, no matter if it's true, it just has to look controversially according to a current knowledge and standards. So, welcome to the non-controversial world!
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