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Old 03-09-2010, 05:57 PM   #1
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Default Which David Icke book should I get?

Strange, I know, but I'm here without ever having read anything by David Icke.

I've seen a few videos but nothing more.
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Old 03-09-2010, 06:03 PM   #2
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The David Icke Guide To The Global Conspiracy(And How To End It)

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Old 03-09-2010, 06:51 PM   #3
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^^^^This.
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Old 03-09-2010, 07:14 PM   #4
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His shorter books are better IMO. Try I am me I am free, or Infinite love is the only truth everything else is illusion. The larger books sometimes go into painstaking detail and it's not the most easy reading but the above too are more easy to digest and don't go into the negative stuff so much,
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Old 03-09-2010, 07:23 PM   #5
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The new one mate, or infinite love is the only truth, both very good books, would highly recommend.
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Old 03-09-2010, 07:44 PM   #6
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Don't read any of it,
too scary!

Seriously though.... I liked 'The Biggest Secret'
I think thats the one that goes into Lady Diana (wouldn't we all.. but not now obviously) being murdered..
Otherwise 'Guide to ..' is a gr8 book.
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Old 03-09-2010, 07:54 PM   #7
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I got my copy in a Barnado's shop for £1.50. What a bargain!
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Old 03-09-2010, 08:19 PM   #8
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honestly I would buy the new one as it's like a snapshot of everything. Also, you get less typos and inaccurate spelling in his new one, whereas the older ones are chock full of 'em.


EDIT : New one = Human Race Get off Your Knees.

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Old 03-09-2010, 08:31 PM   #9
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Strange, I know, but I'm here without ever having read anything by David Icke.

I've seen a few videos but nothing more.
Buy these two:

The Biggest Secret
and
Infinite Love is the only truth everything else is illusion.

Both very different both very good. His best works.
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Old 03-09-2010, 08:32 PM   #10
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I got my copy in a Barnado's shop for £1.50. What a bargain!
DAMN, that's SOME Barnados!
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Old 04-09-2010, 01:18 AM   #11
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Bear with me, everyone, I'm not very smart -

I've been reading "Exposing The Dream World We Believe To Be Real". I'm not unfamiliar with any of these ideas such as the world as being illusory etc but I've rarely read from an author like David who presents it quite clearly and charismatically. Usually it is kept at a distance like other abstract metaphysical thoughts.

What I want to know is - if our 'solid matter' reality appearance really is illusory and, not to mention, controlled by who David says it's controlled by, or what - then why does he still continue living a life with a wife and kids, writing books, etc? I've seen videos of David, he's as much a human being as the rest of us, however strangely he may perceive the world. What keeps him around? Why not unplug from the Matrix? By the way, I purposely avoided watching those films - not because I'm a close minded sheep but because I innately distrust the so-called insightful films Hollywood produces like the recent Inception.

Reading this book has left me feeling depressed. I want out of this crazy world. If it's an illusion and even if it isn't I don't want to be part of it anymore. I have had experiences on psychedelics, dissociatives, and meditation and accessed that state of pure consciousness as well as other fascinating drug experiences and yet I usually just understand these as being, for example, the effect of the drug on the brain.

If 'reality' is consciousness and the universe of appearance is the energy of that consciousness and we're all waves of it then why not just 'kill' the body since this seems to be imprisoning consciousness in limitation?
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Old 04-09-2010, 05:48 AM   #12
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damn i love this book :-)

every time david says "the voice in brazil said" i find it mirroring insights i've had as well

it's really encouraging to be reading all this, particularly the bits i can understand more clearly like his take on world religions and such

i love how he writes as well - to the point, no bullshit
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Old 04-09-2010, 06:25 AM   #13
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Get his latest one. I have most of his books but by far, this one is most certainly the BEST.
You can see how David has come on with his information over the years so it is always best to keep up with the latest.
I highly recommend it

"Human Race Get Off Your Knees, The Lion Sleeps No More"
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Get his latest one. I have most of his books but by far, this one is most certainly the BEST.
You can see how David has come on with his information over the years so it is always best to keep up with the latest.
I highly recommend it

"Human Race Get Off Your Knees, The Lion Sleeps No More"
Agreed, and it summarises and fits together the Big Picture succinctly chapter by chapter, so that if you want to read deeper into a certain topic you can then buy the relevant book.
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Old 04-09-2010, 07:20 AM   #15
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Strange, I know, but I'm here without ever having read anything by David Icke.

I've seen a few videos but nothing more.
Save yourself some money - Just buy the latest one as its a rehash of everything else he has written despite claiming to contain new material.
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Old 04-09-2010, 07:21 AM   #16
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Get his latest one. I have most of his books but by far, this one is most certainly the BEST.
You can see how David has come on with his information over the years so it is always best to keep up with the latest.
I highly recommend it

"Human Race Get Off Your Knees, The Lion Sleeps No More"
Cool I'll check it out and the other suggestions. Right now I'm still going through Exposing the Dream World...... and really enjoying it.

However, I have another big question - in one chapter he goes into all the terrible influences in food, cell phones, etc (the insight about cell phones being considered integral to childhood really surprised me - i'm 22 and i only remember cell phones becoming 'big' among kids when i was in high school but i never got into it - i have a cell phone but only use it to keep in contact with like three people in my family) and by listing all the stuff it really causes a huge fear in me - what am i eating?!! and everything like that... and then the next chapter is It's All Bollocks and says the best way to defeat the Matrix is to laugh in its face, to not take any of it seriously. Does this mean we should get neurotic about avoiding aspartame products etc or just see it all as illusion and not worry about it?

the way i have been living is basically trying to be practical - avoiding these shitty foods and cultural influences but when it's not practically possible, to keep in mind that it's all bullshit anyway and just hope that the food products don't do too much damage to my brain/body

i practice urine therapy which makes the immune system very strong - since doing this practice i've effortlessly avoided every passing sickness my family and friends got, without avoiding them or doing anything to avoid it - so i've been sort of hoping that even if i eat all these foods with that shit in it, the therapy will set things right, and minimize any threats to health caused by the food
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Cool I'll check it out and the other suggestions. Right now I'm still going through Exposing the Dream World...... and really enjoying it.

However, I have another big question - in one chapter he goes into all the terrible influences in food, cell phones, etc (the insight about cell phones being considered integral to childhood really surprised me - i'm 22 and i only remember cell phones becoming 'big' among kids when i was in high school but i never got into it - i have a cell phone but only use it to keep in contact with like three people in my family) and by listing all the stuff it really causes a huge fear in me - what am i eating?!! and everything like that... and then the next chapter is It's All Bollocks and says the best way to defeat the Matrix is to laugh in its face, to not take any of it seriously. Does this mean we should get neurotic about avoiding aspartame products etc or just see it all as illusion and not worry about it?

the way i have been living is basically trying to be practical - avoiding these shitty foods and cultural influences but when it's not practically possible, to keep in mind that it's all bullshit anyway and just hope that the food products don't do too much damage to my brain/body

i practice urine therapy which makes the immune system very strong - since doing this practice i've effortlessly avoided every passing sickness my family and friends got, without avoiding them or doing anything to avoid it - so i've been sort of hoping that even if i eat all these foods with that shit in it, the therapy will set things right, and minimize any threats to health caused by the food
I know exactly what you mean once you delve i to all the deliberate poisons they are putting on us and you would lose all of your sanity by trying to avoid everything, not least your temper, lol. I do avoid the main ones like flouride, aspartame and vaccines but I don't get obsessive over it.
I feel it is mostly so people can join the dots to see how controlled we really are but the most positive aspect is how powerful we must be for them to have to go to such lengths

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Save yourself some money - Just buy the latest one as its a rehash of everything else he has written despite claiming to contain new material.
Yes it should all be new material especially for us already familiar with his work so that any newcomers will be so baffled they wouldn't bother reading it, after all, we don't want to share this awakening with anyone else do we
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so i've been sort of hoping that even if i eat all these foods with that shit in it, the therapy will set things right, and minimize any threats to health caused by the food
The problem with this is that you're still buying the food, putting money into your enemy's pockets. The more money they have, the more they expand and the more power they have.

You can't starve something by feeding into it. I'm not giving a single ounce of my life energy to Monsanto, for example. I just won't do it. It goes far beyond me and my mood and my body.

I can't avoid everything, of course.... I'm sure I need a water filter change but don't have the extra money laying around right now. But I do the best I can not to cooperate directly with those doing me ill will.
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Yes it should all be new material especially for us already familiar with his work so that any newcomers will be so baffled they wouldn't bother reading it, after all, we don't want to share this awakening with anyone else do we
Ickes latest book contains all his previous stuff so I dont see why its not perfectly logical to direct the OP to read the latest one rather than paying out on all the old ones. Whats the problem?
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