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4 hours ago, Grumpy Grapes said:

"And The Truth Shall Set You Free", written before all the dubious reptile and moon/Saturn theories. 

 

Ha .... The reptilian hypothesis is at the core of David's work , and the truth which sets him apart ....

 

Many of his books are philosophizing , "the world is a hologram ...an illusion ...nothing is solid" ... We don't need that , it leads to a dead end ..

 

His magnum opus is  "The Biggest Secret" ... in there he lays it all out ... How malevolent ET's are at the root of the conspiracy ...the humans we see rothchilds  royalty and the rest are just following their orders ... 

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31 minutes ago, oz93666 said:

 

Ha .... The reptilian hypothesis is at the core of David's work , and the truth which sets him apart ....

 

Many of his books are philosophizing , "the world is a hologram ...an illusion ...nothing is solid" ... We don't need that , it leads to a dead end ..

 

His magnum opus is  "The Biggest Secret" ... in there he lays it all out ... How malevolent ET's are at the root of the conspiracy ...the humans we see rothchilds  royalty and the rest are just following their orders ... 

 

I've always enjoyed The David Icke Guide to the Global Conspiracy. No particular reason, just enjoyed it the most.

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Sirs,

We learn today that the 'Sputnik' vaccine is 92 percent effective against the Corona virus. We already know that

David 's Illuminatae Witches supposition and Professor Kondratieff's economic cycle are 100 percent effective in

explaining the pandemic.

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Personally I think you should start with his first book and work your way through so you understand the progression of his work otherwise you may just think how outlandish .

Having said that I think his last one (The Answer) is very pertinent with what is going on in the world today

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To this day, The Biggest Secret continues to hold a special place in my heart and remains my favorite among Mr. Icke's printed works. Periodically, I will return to it and each time am amazed at how much of what is contained in that book continues to remain true and relevant after all this time. In it, Mr. Icke writes of his being a truth-seeker and as such how he is always willing to change his views if need be. Over time he has on occasion done just that it seems; incidentally, much to the dismay of a few people I know who no longer regard themselves as among his fanbase, due to their not having liked where their once admired and indirect guide has taken his research in recent years. To be sure, whatever fans Mr. Icke has lost on account of this estimated exodus has been made up for and then some via his undoubtedly having acquired since about the publication of The Trigger a whole new interested readership and following, apparently quite fond of the direction in which he has been led.

 

Aside from many interesting if not shocking parenthetical asides relating to Pierre Trudeau, Brian Mulroney, Charles Taze Russell, and a whole host of others, much is made in The Biggest Secret of the threat of global fascism, of Reptilians (the ultimate and main string-pullers) operating from within the lower fourth dimension (this, the big dark secret that was), of secret societies, interbreeding bloodlines, the royal families of Europe, the Tavistock Institute, intelligence agencies (one of which, based in Amerika, Icke writes of having been created by Nazis), and of the epicenter of the Spider being the City of London financial district. All these intersecting strands and cusp groups ultimately forming the Web that controls the world.

 

At the time, Mr. Icke wrote of Zionism strictly in passing and only constituting a mere part of this Web, despite many believing it to be the central aspect to it all. Unlike today where it's Sabbatian this and Sabbatian that, there was instead more emphasis on Hitler, Aryans, their warped ideology of there existing a "master race," and of how the U.S. is a superpower-puppet, controlled not by Zionists but by the Babylonian Brotherhood (a much less controversial and divisive term). All of which I myself continue to believe to be quite accurate.

 

Recently, I had a chance to view Confessions Of A Mother Goddess for the first time. Prior to the candid interview Icke conducts with Arizona Wilder, Icke gives the viewer a tour of this very aforementioned epicenter, providing insightful commentary in addition, for about fifteen minutes. He describes this video at the time as being a complementary companion to the book, and I would have to agree with this. (Incidentally, I'm not quite sure what to make of every last detail of Ms. Wilder's testimony. The gist of what she says is not entirely beyond plausibility but one wonders just how much of her anecdotal revelations are entirely factual. Her testimony reminds me of Cathy O'Brien's equally rather far-out memories as recorded in Trance Formation Of America, one of the most disturbing accounts I have ever read. Many of the claims that are made allegedly involving one-time prominent figures in American politics and Hollywood often come off sounding too fantastic to be believed.)

 

It's as if all the villains mentioned and discussed in The Biggest Secret have, since its publication, in line with Mr. Icke's latest findings, gradually coalesced into a neatly packaged, oft-used, coined catchphrase, one which has seen to the Spider in the last decade having shape-shifted so to speak and relocating from the City of London to Israel of all places. Take for instance the image of the All-Seeing Eye. What is clearly a Freemasonic symbol (as also observed to be in The Biggest Secret) is described in a caption in chapter 20 of The Trigger as now being of Sabbatian-Frankist origin. And on and on this seeming overwriting-vocabulary goes, enough to make some question this apparent contrast or contradiction between Icke's message of old and the rebooted version if you will. As perceived in the index to The Trigger, even the great big "Illuminati" has since taken a back seat to Sabbatian-Frank-speak, this SF phrase used so often now with almost mantra-esque fascination.

 

Without doubt, The Biggest Secret would be my pick to recommend to anyone interested in learning more about the esoteric goings-on behind the scenes and the Orwellian agenda of the elite one-worlders (an agenda, by the way, that within today's alternative media has been kept largely suppressed by system-controllers operating under the guise of paranormalists who wish to conceal the NWO plot by means of seductive consciousness-diverting "programming").

 

As an aside, I think The Trigger, with all its talk of (ultra)Zionists, would only end up turning off too many seekers unfamiliar with the one-percenters and their shadowy masters. (Somehow I just can't picture Mr. Icke in the years to come sporting a fez and quoting from suras to help lend weight to his arguments, if that is the intellectual destination he is subtly inching towards.)

 

Whatever the case, as it presently stands, I continue to recommend to others Mr. Icke's entire body of work and really couldn't care less where they start from, as I feel each one of Mr. Icke's books to be good starting points to one degree or another. 

 

Interestingly, author Mark Dice, whose research I also happen to think contains much vital info, devotes a small section to David Icke in his book The Illuminati: Facts & Fiction, and his overall impression is unfortunately not a very flattering one. Dice goes as far back to the early '90s to make a case for his general dismissal of Mr. Icke's credibility, which I think is rather unfair. As Icke himself notes in The Biggest Secret, it was not until August 1996 that he began discussing conspiracy subjects (in the U.S.), which would make anything he said beforehand, prior to entering into his dot-connector mode, for the most part obsolete and beyond comparing.

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hello everybody

 

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re: a suggestion for getting up to speed quickly

 

my suggestion is to buy david icke's newest book for the most up-to-date information (i have not read "perceptions of a renegade mind" myself; i have ordered it, and am waiting for its arrival in the post) that pertains to current events.

 

to get the background information that you need, watch the "david icke dot-connector" television series from 2013-2014 that i posted in the "recommended viewing" forum.

 

right now, our focus needs to be on getting prepared for what lies ahead -- "the big squeeze" -- and not wasting time reading for pleasure.

 

richie allen interviews david icke for "the peoples' voice" in 2013-2014 (9 episodes)
https://forum.davidicke.com/index.php?/topic/22974-david-icke-dot-connector-series-richie-allen-interviews-david-icke-for-the-peoples-voice-in-2013-2014/

 

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have a great day everybody

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On 7/4/2021 at 9:39 AM, Hegel Schmegel said:

 The Biggest Secret continues to hold a special place in my heart and remains my favorite among Mr. Icke's printed works.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Can confrim. The Biggest Secret was my first and probably the best so far, that I've read; Everything You Need to Know but Have Never Been Told, The Perception Deception, The Answer. All great books, but for newcomers I would recommend The Biggest Secret because it sets up all of his later works.

 

I'm also with you with the Babylonian Brotherhood at the centre of control...

 

...and yes absolutely love Mark Dice (save the Triceratops), he was my gateway to the world of Conspiracy and Truth Seeking

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Not one of David's Books but he Recommended It, Michael Talbot - Holographic Universe. 

 

Questions I used to think when I was quite young were, What's the point of all this?, Why are we here?, What's it all about? and Surely where not the only things in Universe?

 

I've Asked others do you think these thoughts, Answer So Far has been No, My Partner Loves Sci-Fi but doesn't get it or believe any of it!  

 

My Mum said when I was born she could see in my Eyes I had knowledge already from a past life. After listening to DVDs and Videos online things in this world make far more sense to me than ever before, what were all told never made sense

 

Also I bought 2 Of David's ..... Tales From The Time Loop and The Trigger

 

Will be reading them soon, find it all very interesting😀

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So last Night I opened Parcel and Started to Read the Tales From The Time Loop. Not really a big book reader, Comics I did like because more Pics less words. I thought I'll have a quick look as it was already 11pm

 

12pm and page 13 I thought I better put it down and sleep, very interesting reading his thoughts from Child upwards, I too used to hate school, wasn't interested in what they told me, I have always been able to entertain myself. I would sit there staring while my mind was thinking or other things or daydreaming of something better. I was also born in Leicester. I was always happy to be Goalie too

 

Will enjoy reading this book, another reason I've never read many books, I find it difficult to read them, because my mind wanders while I read, I miss a lot of the information because I've was thinking of other things, then have to start the page again so it can take me a while😏

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