Indigos & Angels

Indigos & Angels

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HostGeorge Noory

GuestsDoreen Virtue, Stanton Friedman

Spiritual clairvoyant Dr. Doreen Virtue returned to the show, to share her insights about Crystal and Indigo children, as well as Angels. Indigos, who are sometimes misdiagnosed with ADHD, are typically aged 13 to mid-20's, often have problems with authority, and seek out integrity, she detailed. The Crystal children, born starting in the 1990's, are more docile and forgiving, she said. They shows signs of telepathy, have a role as peacekeepers, and may be misdiagnosed as autistic because they are often using telepathy instead of speaking, she added.

"I think we're seeing an evolution in progress and the medical community isn't keeping up," said Virtue who mentioned that the generation that will be born after the Crystal children, starting around 2012, will be called the Rainbow children. Some "scouts" have already been born, and she has met several, describing them as "saint-like" and "more interested in giving than receiving."

Angels, she stated, are non-denominational, cross-cultural archetypeswho are "benevolent spiritual helpers." They can be readily summoned for healing or help, simply by calling out "Angels please help me," and then sincerely asking for what you need. Interestingly, she noted that angels generally can't intervene unless they've been asked. "Otherwise their wings are tied," she quipped. In some cases angels will offer guidance, but you have to listen and act on their suggestions, Virtue said, detailing how she received an angelic warning one hour before she was carjacked.

Betty Hill Remembered

First half-hour guest, UFO researcher Stanton Friedman commented on the passing of famed alien abductee Betty Hill and discussed efforts to recreate the three dimensional star map she was shown by the aliens.

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