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  1. It has been said of the Reptilians that they are deeply anti-Christian. Might Christ have been a starseed sent to earth whose mission was to help raise planetary consciousness? If so, it is understandable why these lower-fourth dimensional beings would not care much for the gospel message of one whose heart chakra was quite unlike any other known to our species. And what of the Insectoids? Alien abduction researcher David Jacobs places these often robed and hooded beings at the very top in the chain of command, with the Reptilians (or "Reptalins" as he calls them) lower in the hier
  2. Renegade is not only for "Ickettes" but I do wonder just how many Blue-Pill People will get a chance to see and appreciate it. I've hitherto seen it twice and my favorite moment remains the tour that Mr. Icke gives aboard a bus. Renegade is a perfect mix of biography and fairly recent footage of Mr. Icke on a speaking tour. Mentioned is how his website is blocked in various secular indoctrination centers where people attend to pass the time. I wasn't aware of this. That some of his speaking events end up getting cancelled due to public or media pressure is a shame. The
  3. kj35: I enjoyed reading your above post and wanted to get your opinion on The Fifth Estate (2014), if you've seen it. Have been reading about Assange on this board and there's differing if not polarized opinions of him. I thought the movie was well-acted by both Benedict Cumberbatch and Daniel Bruhl, and am interested in getting your take on it as to how accurate a portrayal it was being you met him. The Fifth Estate is primarily plot-driven. In a rare scene that breaks from the action, the lead character is invited to dinner at a friend's place, but he can't stand the idle chatter and flees i
  4. Thank you Grumpy Owl for this. A bit disappointed that Mr. Icke doesn't blog. Not to get too off-topic but since you mentioned Ickonic I would like to know if Mr. Icke has a podcast there or just the videocast? I'll take whatever I can get, just wondering, though.
  5. Anyone who is actually familiar with Icke's material knows that for years he has been speaking about the need for people to overcome fear and how fear is used by the self-loathing ptb to keep the cowering masses spiritually disempowered. Far from wanting to make ones feel even more demeaned and anxious than they perhaps already feel, Mr. Icke has been all about the opposite: making ones see the divine light they inherently possess. Endless talk and ink in regards to raising of consciousness, lightening up, chilling out, oneness over division, and freeing ourselves from a prison planet does not
  6. Back in the early part of the year when this global phenomenon first started I had sensed on an intuitive level that this was something much deeper (almost occult-like) than the story being told the panic-stricken. What's coming out now in regards to "The Great Reset" is likely what it was all really about to begin with, whether Bleeping-19 was planned or not. TGR is what ought to be feared the most and yet I'm afraid that just as people had bought the official version hook, line and sinker earlier, that they will also buy this latest bait and latch on to the sugarcoated fishing rod out of bli
  7. I apologize if I posted the above message in the wrong thread. It was only after submitting it that I realized it may not apply here. Prior to which I had scoured the forums looking for a place to post this message but didn't come across any where questions of this nature could be submitted to a moderator. Then I stumbled upon this, saw "Help" and "FAQs" and figured this place was as good as any. Still, it's a question I would like to have answered somewhere on this board. Thank you and mea culpa.
  8. Has Mr. Icke (ever had) a journal or a blog or somewhere online/on this website where his thoughts are regularly put down in written form, in analysis of current events? Most high-profile thinkers within the alternative news community offer this basic feature. (Indeed, some get so carried away, are so prolific and verbose, it makes you wonder if they get any aside from suspected self-stimulation.) Broadcasts/videocasts (a popular informational mode of communication within this dumbed-down culture of talking heads and visual aids) are all well and good and have their place but, generally, are n
  9. Just as there has been divisiveness within the UFO community over the decades, with this ufologist distancing himself from that one (for whatever reason) and so on, you get the sense the same petty behavior goes on within the subculture of the theorists. This is not only immature but sad. So what if one is a bit more far-out in some respects than another who fancies himself a moderate, both are on the same side, after truth, attempting to expose deceit and corruption, and generally conscious of the same social issues. So how to explain when David Icke is marginalized and ignored ev
  10. A year or so ago I read Ron Taylor's tiny book Agenda 21 (published in 2016). In it the author stated how this was not a conspiracy theory. Now this related Agenda 2030 is being talked about in the MSM, four years later. I wonder what he must be thinking? (As an aside, I find the title of the first chapter an interesting choice of words.)
  11. All these well-off, verbally unctuous and controlled mouthpieces and other media/internationalist figureheads parroting the sustainable development/2030 Agenda line reminds me of a phrase Mr. Icke has used which I feel certainly applies in this case: "Same shit, different asshole." What is now oozing out the facial orifices of these exploiters/opportunists echoes what occurred back in 2015 or 2016 when the proverbial fan was officially turned on. Did not the entire 194 member states sign on to this at that time? What were they thinking? This should be no surprise to them. Many nation-states re
  12. There are futurists who predict the year 2045 to be the year of the Singularity. Then you have certain globalists speaking of 2030 as being an important transitional year. Yet, over in the climate cult there are children being programmed to think that humankind has only ten or twelve years remaining unless something can be done about this issue. Is there not a contradiction here? What have these climate cultists to fear when their technocratic leaders are talking about 2030 and 2045 and beyond? As for TGR, how to reconcile talk of the New Agers who speak of light at the end of the
  13. There's nothing like a good depressing movie to help raise one's spirits. Unsure if all these titles count but they'd be difficult to be classed as utopian. In alphabetical order... Bad Taste (1988): Alien invasion from outer space. Humans treated as pieces of meat. Early Peter Greenaway flick. The Circle (2017): A naive young woman joins a cultish tech company only to discover they're totally against privacy. She ends up turning the tables on her employer by using the very same technology on them, thus managing to remain in the same perceptual box and
  14. You look at images of Mr. Icke in his younger years, as a greenhorn appearing on TV talk shows back in the '90s, and his face had a rose-tinted glow to it. This was before the shite hit the fan, when all the ridicule began. This "before" version of Mr. Icke appeared to me a bit New Agey and a wee naive, as if unaware at the time of what he was in for -- the subsequent and ultimate coming into his own and eventually not caring what others thought of him. We are to be grateful for this. To think of where some of us would be today had Icke's navel gotten the better of him. After all,
  15. The justification some pro-RR humans have used in defending their support for this, is a line of reasoning that goes like this: We may not want robots at the foreground of our lives, and should we pass laws limiting their use or completely prohibiting them altogether, this may place us at a severe disadvantage, as other nations would likely continue on with their own roboticization of the species and thus dominate. It is a valid argument from an "Earth as a fallen world / prison planet" perspective, akin to Cold War-speak. That is because the global elite are what is re
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