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Old 10-08-2016, 08:13 PM   #11
techman
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I think I got into Icke around 2006, though I always seem to think it was a lot earlier but actually wasnt, maybe its because I was into other stuff upto that point like aliens, area 51, mysteries, loch ness, and had developed a bit of a fascination for paranormal type books and magazines (anyone remember a fortnightly mag in the late 90s called The X Factor? I have every single edition of that magazine). In that magazine quite a number of researchers and other notable people were interviewed or talked about/referenced: Bill Gates, Bob Lazar, George Knapp, Howard Marks, Nick Redfern, Stanton Friedman, etc, yet when i think back i find it strange there was no mention of Icke, considering Icke was well established in the conspiracy arena by 1998, but still no mention of him or his theories, and neither of Alex Jones. I bet he was too controversial for them. The UFO craze in the late 90s kickstarted what eventually lead to the conspiracy side of things.

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