Wow… this is so cool!

Found a great article about the results of some scientific experiments that relate to indigo adults and the power of precognition and empathy!


When I was a kid (an indigo kid… haha), I played softball (indigo softball…haha, just kidding).

I remember one game when I got hit with a fast hit to where I was playing second base, my favorite position.

The ball hit my flesh and it throbbed for days.

The odd thing was that my team came up to me and said that I had reacted to the ball hitting me before it actually hit me.

Apparently, now there is scientific evidence that everything that we perceive as happening happening in this moment actually already happened.

Further scientific evidence shows that humans, both indigo adults/kids and Muggles, are emotionally reacting to things that will be happening 5 seconds in the future.

So maybe I was reacting to the future that was about to happen.

There are more experiments that this article describes. I found the one about predicting 9/11 very interesting.

There was a machine at Princeton University that was called a “Random Event Generator” aka “Black Box” which was a machine that randomly selected “1’s” and “0’s” all day, essentially the same chance percentage as flipping a coin.

The inventor, Dr. Roger Jahn, created this machine and started this experiment in the 70’s because he wanted to see if human thought could effect the random chance of this “coin toss”.

The first time the machine fluctuated was the day that Princess Diana’s funeral was televised.

But then on September 6, 1997, something quite extraordinary happened: the graph shot upwards, recording a sudden and massive shift in the number sequence as his machines around the world started reporting huge deviations from the norm. The day was of historic importance for another reason, too. It was the day when over one-billion people, from all around the globe, watched the funeral of the loved Diana, Princess of Wales at Westminister Abbey.

It seems that, without making a conscious effort to focus on the “black boxes,” the collective psyché of humanity was able to change the random pattern.

September 11 is another example.

“On September 11, 2001, the normally flat line of the boxes began to peak, warning of an event of terrible proportions a full 4 hours before the first plane hit the World Trade Center! Could the collective human mind have “known” what was going to happen?…”

This article not only offers evidence that there is a collective mind, but that that collective mind has the ability to feel future events.

If that is true, then can those future events be changed if we feel into them early enough?

When I lived in New York, I worked across the street from the WTC. I left 3 months before 9/11 and for the entire year before I kept feeling “I’ve got to get out of here.” And I would look up at the towers and see them falling toward me. I thought it was a weird optical illusion, and I thought I had just gotten burnt out on the city, but sometimes I wonder if I was taping into the global collective awareness.

And perhaps the collective awareness can see that far into the future. We may only be able to scientifically test for 5 seconds of emotional reaction, but there are so many levels to a living being that one year out is not that long for an event that shakes the consciousness of the entire world.

Certainly offers a strong argument for self and group meditation, huh?

Here’s the URL for the article: The World is Waiting Just For … What?

Any indigo adults have thoughts on this subject?

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