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Old 05-12-2013, 03:01 AM   #61
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Personally I'm reading Tales from the Time Loop, my first DI book, or rather the first DI book that i'm reading steadily. This one is rarely recommended yet I feel, though I'm no David Icke specialist, that it would be the best for a beginner to read. It has a bit of everything, the reptilians, the new agey stuffs, without being too specialized... and the first part is autobiographical thus easy to relate to.

The next one I'll read will be Human Race Get off your Knees
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Old 16-12-2013, 09:18 PM   #62
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Every book David Icke has written is well worth reading of course, but as a starter, if someone is older than 40 starting from David's second book, It Doesn't Have To Be Like This (what a vision!), and slowly going through them sequentially would be the best way.

I started with The Truth Vibrations in 1991, followed by Love Changes Everything before going back to It Doesn't Have to Be Like This. The rest were read sequentially as they came out, including Astrology Of A Prophet. Only read It's A Tough Game, Son (great read!) about 4 years ago though. Love them all, but if I had to pick a personal favourite that at the time really changed my perception, it would be And The Truth Shall Set You Free.

For someone younger, some of the earlier books such as The Robots Rebellion, would be less appealing as obviously there is nothing after 1994 mentioned, so the latest book, Remember Who You Are, would be the best way (not read The Perception Deception yet as prefer a hard copy rather than kindle), or going back a couple of books to the Guide to the Global Conspiracy.
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Old 16-12-2013, 11:32 PM   #63
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Is "And the Truth Shall Set You Free" still interesting and relevant for someone who has already read "Human race get off your knees"?
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Old 17-12-2013, 01:46 AM   #64
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Is "And the Truth Shall Set You Free" still interesting and relevant for someone who has already read "Human race get off your knees"?
Every book by David Icke is interesting.

Relevant after reading Human Race? It's obviously one of the earlier works in David's quest to reveal the conspiracy (his second after The Robot's Rebellion), it is limited to events up to 95 and many areas have been revised in later works, so from this perspective it is not so relevant today. On the other hand, to see how far David was aware in the mid nineties is amazing looking back from today's vantage as well as it being a work that offers the reader further reinforcement to anything more recent that has been penned. It's a great read and the themes and events are of course highly relevant.

You could also watch The Turning Of The Tide speech (it was on this site in the newsletter subscriber area but I can't find it now, as well as on Youtube) as this was from the same period and if you find it interesting, then take a look at the book after.
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Old 17-12-2013, 08:43 PM   #65
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The Biggest Secret is my recommendation. I've read Human Race Get Off Your Knees and Remember Who You Are, but I still find myself going back to The Biggest Secret.

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Old 06-11-2014, 03:41 AM   #66
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Every book by David Icke is interesting.

Relevant after reading Human Race? It's obviously one of the earlier works in David's quest to reveal the conspiracy (his second after The Robot's Rebellion), it is limited to events up to 95 and many areas have been revised in later works, so from this perspective it is not so relevant today. On the other hand, to see how far David was aware in the mid nineties is amazing looking back from today's vantage as well as it being a work that offers the reader further reinforcement to anything more recent that has been penned. It's a great read and the themes and events are of course highly relevant.

You could also watch The Turning Of The Tide speech (it was on this site in the newsletter subscriber area but I can't find it now, as well as on Youtube) as this was from the same period and if you find it interesting, then take a look at the book after.
Good post.

From my perspective today (November 5, 2014) I would recommend David's last (and possibly final) book, The Perception Deception. David himself is especially proud of this book which he feels encompasses the whole of his research of over 25 years.
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Old 04-01-2015, 02:46 PM   #67
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Im half way through The Biggest Secret and now the history of the world all slots neatly into place for me, it makes perfect sense!! Now i realise we learned fuck all at school it was all a load of old bollocks. This book is a real eye opener and a jaw dropper so thanks Mr Icke for further expanding my mind.
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