Thursday, September 30, 2010


David Icke

David Icke began life in a slum in Leicester, in the UK, in 1952.

David's domineering father worked in a clock factory. (David Icke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

David, described as a shy loner, left school at 15.

At one internet site we read that: "he has never explained how his own birth into an ultra - orthodox Hasidic Jewish family influenced his attitude towards his fellow Jews." (David Icke - Encyclopedia Dramatica).

But, Hubris has pointed out that is "a spoof of Wiki" and not necessarily to be relied on!

In 1971, David Icke met his first wife, Linda Atherton.

By 1982 David icke had become a BBC television sports presenter.

He had psychic experiences.

In 1990, he met a psychic, Betty Shine, who told him his role was to heal the world.

In 1990, he also met Deborah Shaw (Mari Shawsun), an English psychic living in Calgary, Alberta.

He struck up a close relationship with Deborah, which led to the birth of a daughter, Rebecca, in December 1991.

David Icke writes (Cached) "By now the change in me that I had experienced so strongly after that deep sleep on the floor of Mari's lounge was gathering pace all the time.

"I just didn't feel like me anymore.

"As I have said, it was like being hypnotised...

"A great deal of energy channelling was done around Canada and I just got higher and higher and further and further away from the driving seat.

"I took some automatic writing which said I was a 'Son of the Godhead'"

The problem with psychics is that although sometimes some of them get their predictions right, sometimes some of them get their predictions wrong.

David Icke has had mixed success with his predictions.

In 1991, he said the world would end in 1997.

It was in 1997 that David Icke met Pamela Leigh Richards.

Pamela was born at Luke Air Force Base, Arizona (blogs.myspace.F)

David and Pamela got married but later divorced.

David Icke now believes that what we think is reality is in fact 'a holographic experience'. (David Icke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

He believes in reincarnation and in other possible worlds that exist alongside ours on other frequencies.

He sees himself as an "aspect" of the Infinite consciousness.[35] (David Icke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

He believes we are also able to attract experiences to ourselves, via good or bad thoughts.

David Icke believes the world is controlled by a network of secret societies run by a race of interbreeding bloodlines originating in the Middle and Near East in the ancient world.

He calls them the "Babylonian Brotherhood." Key Brotherhood bloodlines are the British House of Windsor, the Rothschilds, the Rockefellers. (David Icke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

There are now a number of books by David Icke.

These contain unsourced allegations that certain top politicians are Satanic paedophiles. (SATANISTS, PEDOPHILES, AND MIND CONTROLLERS)

Alex Jones once said:

"So what does David Icke do? He talks about the Federal Reserve, the Bank of England, these Global Elitists, these power structures - all real, all true...

"And then you've got David Icke and at the end of all this, he says, 'By the way, they're blood-drinking lizards.' Al Gore needs blood to drink, so does Prince Philip, I mean it's asinine.

"It's being picked up by people, and it discredits all the reality we're talking about, and that's the problem with David Icke. He's got a good line to a point, and then he discredits it all.

"It's like a turd in the punchbowl." (David Icke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

In The Biggest Secret (1999), David Icke wrote that the Brotherhood originated from reptilians from the constellation Draco, who live in tunnels and caverns inside the earth.

They are the same race of gods known as the Anunnaki in the Babylonian creation myth, Enûma Eliš. [42] (David Icke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

Tyson Lewis, of Montclair State University, and Richard Kahn, of the University of North Dakota, write that Icke has borrowed this idea from the Israeli-American writer, Zecharia Sitchin.

"Sitchin's speculations have been ridiculed by professional scientists, historians, and archaeologists, who note many problems with his translations of ancient texts[1] and categorize his work as pseudohistory and pseudoscience." (Zecharia Sitchin.)

David Icke argues that the Anunnaki can shapeshift from reptilian to human form when they consume human blood.[46] (David Icke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

In Children of the Matrix, David Icke wrote that the Anunnaki also bred with another extraterrestrial race called the "Nordics," to produce a race of human slave masters, the Aryans.

According to David icke, the reptilians not only come from another planet, but are also from another dimension.

Icke writes that the universe consists of an infinite number of frequencies or dimensions of life that share the same space, just as television and radio frequencies do.

Icke believes that some people can tune their consciousness to other wavelengths, which is what psychic power consists of.

"It is from one of these other dimensions that the Anunnaki are controlling this world by possessing certain bloodlines.

"Just as fourth-dimensional reptilians control us, they are controlled, in turn, by a fifth dimension.[49]

"The lower level of the fourth dimension is where demons live, the entities Satanists summon during their rituals. They are, in fact, summoning the reptilians." [49] (David Icke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

Ancient Sumerian seal depicting Annunaki - Sumerian, Akkadian and Babylonian deities.

In Tales From The Time Loop (2003), David Icke refers to "problem-reaction-solution."

The bad guys create a problem (eg al Qaeda), the public reaction is fear, and then the bad guys create a solution (eg the need for a New World Order).

According to David Icke: "This Jewish/non-Jewish Elite used the First World War to secure the Balfour Declaration and the principle of the Jewish State of Israel in Palestine (for which, given the genetic history of most Jewish people, there is absolutely no justification on historical grounds or any other).

"They then dominated the Versailles Peace Conference and created the circumstances which made the Second World War inevitable. They financed Hitler to power in 1933 and made the funds available for his rearmament." [66] (David Icke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

Some people see David Icke's lizards as some kind of Swiftian allegory.

In Children of the Matrix, Icke writes that, that if the reptilians did not exist, we would have to invent them.

"In fact," he says, "we probably have. They are other levels of ourselves putting ourselves in our face."

He argues, "We are the reptilians and the 'demons' and, at the same time, we are those they manipulate because we are all the same 'I'." [87] (David Icke - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)

David Icke Website


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