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The term Indigo Child was brought to light when a book written by Jan Tober and Lee Carol entitled “Indigo Children” was published in 1992. These people are said to be highly intuitive, sensitive, "other-worldly", mature, yet also often times misdiagnosed as ADD/ADHD. They typically have little interest in structured learning, yet are highly curious. There are differing schools of thought determining the advent of Indigos, some believe the phenomena began in the early 70's while others think they themselves ushered in the ADD diagnosis to appease the medical community. Irregardless, we can no longer assume Indigo Children are only children, the word "children" is now a term used for classification of the culture.

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First Wave Indigo Adults
The Knights from the ultra violet realm, uniting the cosmic energies for unity and ascension.
Indigo Children Network
Articles and other resources about health, behavior, spirituality, and other aspects of Indigo. Includes online shopping and opportunities for visitors to post about their experiences.
Indigo Files
Adult Indigo argues the case that crystal children incarnations have not been a success, and explains why adults are transitioning to Octarine.
Metagifted.Org
Indigo children definitions and characteristics, advice for raising and teaching them, and related articles and resources.
Namaste Cafe: Indigo Children
Articles, poetry, resources, and advice by Indigos.
The SKeptic's Dictionary: Indigo Children
A skeptical analysis of the concept.
Yahoo! Groups : Active-indigos
Group for those indigos interested in ecology, science, politics, and spirituality.
Yahoo! Groups : Indigo-adults
A community chat list.
Yahoo! Groups : Indigo-parents
An open membership group with archive viewable by public. For parents of Indigo Children.

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July 1, 2015 at 13:24:09 UTC
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