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Old 22-10-2007, 06:57 AM   #1
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in your opinion if someone had to read one book what would it be?? i would think biggest secret but then isn't it out of date?
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Old 22-10-2007, 06:58 AM   #2
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Infinite Love Is The One Truth - EVERYTHING Else Is Illusion.......definitely!
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Old 22-10-2007, 07:35 AM   #3
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agreed.
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Old 22-10-2007, 07:46 AM   #4
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in your opinion if someone had to read one book what would it be?? i would think biggest secret but then isn't it out of date?
The thing is: all of David's books represent a shift of perception from the norm: as such they are all still as valid today as when they were written, and all contain the same core perspectives, even as those perspectives have shifted in angle over the years

Robots Rebellion remains a very fine book that connects well: I am Me I am Free is a little more dis-jointed but also contains (still) some of the very best material, especially on the nature of Love, that Icke has ever written. Infinite Love is very good, and its hard not to reccomend that, but overall, the greater depth of "Tales from the Timeloop" just pips it as my top Icke reccomendation
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Alice in Wonderland.
The claims were so unbeleivable, esp about the reptiles and so on.
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Old 22-10-2007, 08:48 AM   #6
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Alice in Wonderland.
The claims were so unbeleivable, esp about the reptiles and so on.
tiswas you said you had not read his books so how can you even comment?
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Old 22-10-2007, 08:48 AM   #7
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Just for the sheer impact it had on my life at the time, I've got to go with the biggest secret...
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Old 22-10-2007, 08:52 AM   #9
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To i am, I am reading his books properly now,and I thought they were available to all.
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Alice in Wonderland.
The claims were so unbeleivable, esp about the reptiles and so on.
I thought the main topic in this book is about 911??
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Old 22-10-2007, 09:07 AM   #11
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It is 9/11, and there is talk about these species of reptiles in it.
WhenI read it I thought.
This is unbeleivable, and WHOA!
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in your opinion if someone had to read one book what would it be?? i would think biggest secret but then isn't it out of date?
they are all cool.. I would tell people to have a look at the cover and see which one grabs em.
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Old 22-10-2007, 09:15 AM   #13
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To i am, I am reading his books properly now,and I thought they were available to all.


Who said anything about them not being available? I was just quoting you. You were the one who said you hadn't read them.

Read them by all means, digest them, do your own research and then come back and talk about the content
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Old 22-10-2007, 09:17 AM   #14
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i am, I am a very good multi-tasking type of person. I am very sponge like and I do beleive in illumanti, but these reptiles I need more concrete proof.
Did you know the Illumanti theory was over 300 yrs old, the first bogeymen were the Freemasons.
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Its a funny old game son - about footy. Absolute classic!

How this is not making it to peoples favourite baffles me.
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Old 22-10-2007, 09:27 AM   #16
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For me it's his 9-11 book, I was engrossed. The bloodlines in the Biggest Secret/Matrix were really interesting as my decendants can be traced to one of those mentioned, my family tree was traced back, long before Dave even started writing his books. (makes me feel old) I would like to see more proof and wish Dave would go into them more. When I saw my family bloodline is mentioned is Davids work my head nearly fell off I was so stunned.
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i am, I am a very good multi-tasking type of person. I am very sponge like and I do beleive in illumanti, but these reptiles I need more concrete proof.
Did you know the Illumanti theory was over 300 yrs old, the first bogeymen were the Freemasons.
I think, no I know, you need to do a tad more research
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For me it's his 9-11 book, I was engrossed. The bloodlines in the Biggest Secret/Matrix were really interesting as my decendants can be traced to one of those mentioned, my family tree was traced back, long before Dave even started writing his books. (makes me feel old) I would like to see more proof and wish Dave would go into them more. When I saw my family bloodline is mentioned is Davids work my head nearly fell off I was so stunned.
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Call him Icke instead of Dave, this is way too informal.
Please one of you don't state all of them please, that is yes-person behaviour.
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Call him Icke instead of Dave, this is way too informal.
Please one of you don't state all of them please, that is yes-person behaviour.
WTF
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