The two and three year old children that I have been seeing in Preschool Speech and Language programs have certainly been delayed in their verbal communication skills. They are generally not responsive to formal assessment of their speech and language using standardized tests. However, when expressing themselves verbally they have a limited number of common words in their vocabulary, and use few words per utterance (1-3). Some have clear articulation of the words that they use and others do not. Some have unusual patterns, such as adding ‘ay’ to the end of words. There has been some evidence of  telempathic communication reported to me by parents.  One mother reported that as her son played with a younger 2  year old sibling,  there was no speech but they were laughing and interacting as if they were communicating telepathically.  To test him she thought “Give me a hug.” and he responded to her thought. On another occasion a mother, who was lying down with her son to get him to sleep, began dozing herself and daydreamed about tickling her son. When she opened her eyes her son was lying on his back with his arms raised above his head eagerly anticipating being tickled. A grandmother reported to me regularly being in telempathic communication with her two year old grandson who lived in a town several hundred miles away. In her book Doreen Virtue presents several parent reports of children communicating their needs telepathically and reading their parent’s minds (p42-46). In addition to the overwhelming amount of sensory information described above, these children may also be receiving the unspoken thoughts and intentions of the beings around them. The children Doreen Virtue reports on describe their ‘mind reading’ as either hearing (e.g. “God tells me in my head.), seeing (being able to see into her mother’s brain and see her thoughts), or knowing (“I just know”). I certainly felt that the children were reading my intentions about wanting them to talk, which they would strongly resist. I needed to develop a completely different approach and intention to what I have been using effectively with preschoolers since 1973. My sense is that these children will talk, but they will need longer, as telempathy is the mode of communication for which they are designed. In Doreen’s words “verbal speech is foreign to them” (p 39). Tristan says “It’s so much easier to talk to others in “my mind” (telepathic communication).  I have so much information coming into me that it is hard to get it all out when I talk out loud.  It sounds like I have trouble talking because I have to slow down and I miss some words or it just comes out wrong.   When you speak telepathically, it comes from you heart and talking out loud verbally kind of disconnects you from your heart.” Lack of verbal communication skills affects the development of social skills as they move beyond the stage of parallel play and begin to interact with other children. Sensory issues also contribute to difficulties in social interaction, such as hugging another child too hard.

According to the Bible, before the Tower of Babel, everyone used the same language, which may have been telempathy, perfect communication between the places of Spirit within them. This form of communication has remained in use in indigenous cultures around the world and channeled messages about our future indicate that we become an almost speechless society, relying predominantly on telempathic communication, with verbal expression being used for song, chant, toning, prayer and praise. Crystal Children are already showing the predicted pattern, learning to sing more readily than talk. Telempathy is a much more effective system of communication. In a culture that communicates telempathically there will be no secrets and falsehoods. Already we cannot lie to or keep secrets from these children. My dream is to learn to communicate with these children with heart and mind and teach parents to do so as well, so we can meet the children where they are, support them in their natural development, and then help them to speak when they are ready. In the process they will be helping us to evolve by learning to communicate telempathically. Tristan acknowledges that teaching his parents to communicate telepathically was one of his goals. When we honor their means of communication they will more readily honor ours and meet us verbally.