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Etymology edit

Coined in the 1970s by Nancy Ann Tappe, a synesthete who claimed to perceive most children under the age of ten with an indigo aura.

Noun edit

Indigo child (plural Indigo children)

  1. (New Age) A child believed to be the next stage in human evolution; to have paranormal abilities like telepathy; or to be more empathic, independent, and creative than his or her peers.

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