Quote: Originally Posted by Jinentonix
The conspiracy runs deep man. NASA, the US govt, the ESA, China, Japan. We need to trust the word of the completely uneducated Momo-al-hillbilly because knows best dont'cha know.
Kind of brings up the question about why you aren't the one bring facts to the front of the table rather than pushing what has already been shown to be bullshit. That is your first step towards being on the proper side of the stupid line. You forgot 'indigo child'.
13 Signs You Are an Indigo Child
By: Gaia Staff | March 10th, 2017
What is an Indigo Child?
An Indigo Child is an upgraded blueprint of humanity, a term that came up when addressing the aura colors
of these very different kids. Previously, auric fields were expected shades of the rainbow, but the Indigos’ field was dominated by a royal blue color, establishing a change of course for humanity.
Gifted souls, on a clear mission to challenge and shift reality, they first began appearing in the 1970’s. Beyond psychic
awareness, they are highly driven and creative with a perception that sees through the established norms of society. Old souls indeed, their mission is clearly laid out to shake up the modern world and pave the way for future generations to create greater peace and harmony for all.
Both of these generations of “children” are well into their teens and adulthood, so don’t allow the label to dissuade you from exploring the possibility that you are of this unique soul group.
If you wonder if you might be of this distinct soul lineage, here are a few traits which may feel familiar.
1. You Feel Entitled
You were born feeling special and know it.
2. You Are Destined to Be Here
You are confident and even arrogant at times – and emboldened by something larger than you can name.
3. You Have High Expectations of Yourself and Others
This can make for a challenging relationships and interactions. You see only the best and expect others to live up to it. Toward yourself, you can be unrelentingly self critical.
4. You are Perceptive
Indigos see the world differently. Coupled with innate-self assurance, you often think your way is right and are offended if others cannot see, much less take action, on your point of view. If Indigos ruled the world, you are confident no problems would exist.
5. You Question Authority
You are not one to negotiate, so certain in your views and ways, you are often rebellious and critical of those in power.
6. You Want to Overturn the Man
Difficult and rigid systems seem foolish to you and you often become antagonistic to what others experience as normal.
7. You are Creative
Musically and artistically gifted, your art invites others to see the world around through your eyes.
8. You are a Change Maker
Your perception on the failings of society is so keen that you are a magnificent leader, offering better methods of business, society and ways of being.
9. You are a Lost Soul
You feel out of place with others as you recognize you are different than most people. You can tend toward being a loner or rebel, unwilling to compromise just to fit in.
10. You are Driven
As the Indigo soul mission is encoded in your very being, you are unwilling to back down from confronting what feels out of integrity.
11. You are Passionate and Focused
While fiery temperaments may be hard to take, you are not one to be still or silenced.
12. You are Highly Psychic
Without any need for development, your psychic capacity is finely tuned. While you see nothing special in your ability, it gives you an advantage in reading others with ease and seeing through masks.
13. You are Frustrated
Coupled with their big-picture vision and restless soul drive for change, you become easily frustrated with society and others who are not shifting quickly enough. Patience is something that should be developed.
How does it feel to know I have all those skills and you have none of them?? (not that I care)
ENTP: The Visionary
INTP (introverted, intuitive, thinking, perceiving) is one of the 16 personality types described by the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. INTPs are often described as quiet and analytical. They enjoy spending time alone, thinking about how things work and coming up with solutions to problems. According to psychologist David Keirsey, creator of the Keirsey Temperament Sorter, approximately one to five percent of people have an INTP personality type.
The MBTI identifies personality preferences and tendencies in four key areas: 1) Extraversion vs Introversion, 2) Sensing vs Intuition, 3) Thinking vs Feeling and 4) Judging vs Perceiving. As you can tell from the four-letter acronym, INTP stands for I
hinking and P
Introversion (I): INTPs prefer to socialize with a small group of close friends.
Intuition (N): INTPs tend to think about the big picture, rather than focusing on every tiny detail.
Thinking (T): INTPs are logical and base decisions on objective information rather than subjective feelings.
Perceiving (P): INTPs like to keep their options open and feel limited by structure and planning.
Some of the common characteristics exhibited by people with this personality type include:
- Quiet, reserved and thoughtful
- Enjoys theoretical thinking
- Tends to be flexible and tolerant
- Highly logical and objective
- Good at thinking “outside of the box”
As introverts, INTPs prefer spending time alone for the most part. Unlike extraverts who gain energy from interacting with a wide group of people, introverts must expend energy in social situations. After being around a lot of people, an INTP might feel like they need to spend some time alone to recharge and find balance. While they may be shy around people they do not know well, INTPs tend to be warm and friendly with their close group of family and friends.
INTPs can be very independent and place a great deal of emphasis on personal freedom and autonomy. In some cases, they can be aggravated by authority figures, particularly those that they feel are trying to suppress their ability to think and act for themselves. Because of this, INTPs typically do best in careers with they have a great deal of flexibility and independence.
Because INTPs enjoy solitude and deep thinking, they sometimes strike others as aloof and detached. At times, people with this personality type can get lost in their own thoughts and lose track of the outside world. They love ideas and place a high value on intelligence and knowledge.
In social situations, INTPs tend to be quite easy-going and tolerant. However, they can become unyielding when their beliefs or convictions are challenged. Their high emphasis on logic can make it difficult to not correct others in situations where other people present arguments that are not rational or logical. Because they rely on their own minds rather than others, they can also be very difficult to persuade.
Famous People With INTP Personalities
Based on analysis of their lives and works, some researchers including Keirsey have suggested that the following famous individuals exhibit INTP characteristics:
- Albert Einstein, scientist
- Charles Darwin, naturalist
- William James, psychologist and philosopher
- Dwight D. Eisenhower, U.S. President
- C. G. Jung, psychiatrist
- Socrates, philosopher
- Sir Isaac Newton, mathematician, physicist and astronomer
- J.K. Rowling, author
- Abraham Lincoln, U.S. President
Some famous fictional characters that exhibit INTP characteristics include:
Best Career Choices for INTPs
- Sherlock Holmes
- Brian Griffin, Family Guy
- Data, Star Trek: The Next Generation
- Albus Dumbledore, Harry Potter
Because they enjoy theoretical and abstract concepts, INTPs often do particularly well in science-related careers. They are logical and have strong reasoning skills, but are also excellent at thinking creatively.
- Computer programmer
- Forensic scientist
- Software developer