Three-year-old Christopher Salvaggio is one of a few toddlers that has been accepted into the Mensa program. There are more than 30 children under the age of 10 that are part of the Mensa Society.
Mensa International was founded in England in 1946. There are active Mensa organizations in more than 40 countries on every continent except Antarctica. There are around 110,000 Mensans in 100 countries throughout the world.
The word "Mensa" means "table" in Latin. Mensa is a round-table society, where race, color, creed, national origin, age, politics, educational or social background are irrelevant.
Just before Christopher's anointment, young 4 year old. Heidi Hankins, of Winchester, England joined the high IQ group of Mesa in 2012. Heidi tested at a 159, just below the scores of Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawking, and way above the 100 score that is considered average.
By the age of three Emmelyn Roettger was reading, writing and spelling along with a big fascination with the universe as you will find many Indigo children have.
In 2009 Elise Tan-Roberts of London, England was the youngest girl ever accepted into Mensa, along Oscar Wrigley, from Berkshire in England, who was the youngest boy in Mensa.
The capability of using more of the powers which the 75% unused portion of our brains is now being revealed not only through Mensa but another group called Indigo/New Children. These children not only show high levels of intelligence and are able to access parts of the mind which give them unusual powers.
The "Sirius" documentary soon to be released is supposed to show evidence of the interaction of off world races with humanity on earth.
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