Posted 26 November 2007 - 06:25 AM
Thanks Danny. Well, when I read Indigo descriptions they usually describe me perfectly. I did one of those 10 question 'Are You An Indigo?' tests, and it was yes for each question. I'm not sure what that means alltogether. My Astrological sign is Moonchild, and that describes me pretty well also (forget what my Chinese one is; goat or sheep I think.) But I am proud to consider myself a real Indigo yes; as real as any could be. I've always hated BS, institutionalism and anything which goes againt nature, by instinct. This of course made me a social outcast at a young age.
But part of that was by choice. I always felt pulled away from the pack, from the whole House of Lies. Only in nature, and most especially the backwoods, do I truly feel content and free. I have had many spiritual experiences, which could be described as inspirations, enlightenments, Astral travels (of some sort), and meetings with spiritual entities. By nature I just want to tell everyone; it's like finding gold and I just want to run and tell everyone to come look. Of course I learned the hard way long ago that I had to keep many things to myself. I was honest and forthcoming by nature, but learned to be secretive and 'tamed down' by what I said (not lie, and never BS, but basically I learned that I had to sort of meet people half way and 'say nice things' (even if I felt it was uninteresting and thus dishonest to do so.) Hey, we all need ties; friends and such. I learned to compromise. But, as you may know the Indigo is famed for his warrior spirit. Well, the same is true for me. I would hate to call myself a rebel, but rather a maverick (rebels exist in a childish state of rebellion and continue to hand away their power, while the maverick turns away but then proceeds to live his own life in his own natural way (thus, he takes back his power.)
People of authority, or who are in the mindset that we should all respect it, would usually find me disrespectful, childish and stubborn. People who look at their brothers and sisters as equals however, and worship nature, spiritualism or wisdom instead of lies, dogma and discipline, usually find me charming, inspiring and very kind. I love human spirit, and I hate where it is suppressed; some people take this as personal offence but it is not intended as such. If you are being pompous and verbally assaulted someone for speaking her mind, I will say that you are being a stuck-up jerk who has mindlessly and selfishly been taken in by the system through its offering of social power. Of course, such figures usually believe that they are totally in the right to be inhuman if it was offered to them by the system. I don't care. It's always been my wish that we should all remove the guises of role-playing and just start being real with ourselves and each other.
It's like how, well if you asked a garbage man, "Who are you?" He isn't going to say, "I'm a garbage man. I pick up people's garbage. That's what I am." Of course not. He'll say, "I'm Vic. I was born and raised wherever, I believe this and that, and I dunno, I'm just me I guess." But if you asked that very same question to the CEO of a major corporation he would probably raise up his chin and pop out his eyes and return, "I am the CEO of the Tribune Company, a multi-media corporation based in Chicago. I have been the Chief Executive for twenty-three years." Oh really, that's who he IS, hmm? So then, if he were to die, or retire, then the Tribune Company would just plummet into the ground. Because after all, it needs a CEO to run the board. It isn't like he couldn't be replaced by someone younger and sharper now is it? We all know this is a load of bull, and yet so many people get so entangled in that way of thinking that they obey it readily. Eventually, they forget they ever saw it any differently -- especially after they've risen up the ranks. The difference between the two men I described is that the first man knows his job is a lot of garbage. These truths need to constantly be faced and pointed out, because the lies of the system are the tools which enslave our minds. It angers me, but I've learned to accept it to a point (just for the sake of my own mental health.)
Anyway, sorry for rambling away there. Yes, I consider myself to be what I call an Indigo Spirit.
As for the Reptilians, the evidence goes back to ancient times. On that link I gave I posted multiple links to pieces of evidence. Symbolist Michael Tsarion is well educated in this, as is David Icke (although he is less credible.)