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The rest of the book is divided into four parts, or layers, as they are called. Icke begins by filling us in briefly on the overall picture of the conspiracy, involving secret societies, hidden-hand leadership, pryamid power structures, and the various scams that are played on humanity. The chapter on civilian casualties is particularly moving, and at the very least the reader is left with a sense that he needs to question an awful lot more than when he hears on the TV news.
When enough of these reports came to light, this indicated that there was something worth researching. In summary, the secret rulers of the world can be traced back to antiquity, via secret societies and religions, right back to ancient Babylon and Sumer.
The worship of the serpent, in various forms, can be seen far and wide in ancient religion. Human sacrifice is one of the primary ways these entities obtain energy. Such practices never ended, but go on in secret today, among the rich and famous. Reptilian shapeshifting is commonly reported in Satanic ritual abuse. Icke relies heavily on quotes from other written souces, particularly authors Zechariah Sitchin and Stewart Swerdlow.
The former has written books which take an alternative view of human history and the latter claims to have had access to an underground base where reptilians were operating from. I wish Icke had simply tackled a few aspects of the reptilian theory thoroughly instead of trying to cram everything into a small space.
For instance, I find it very interesting that the ancestry of the vast majority of American presidents can be traced back to Charlemagne. I also find it very interesting that so many Freemasons were involved in the formation of America, and that government people participate in a secret dark religious ceremony at Bohemiam Grove every year.
It is unquestionable that there is something shadowy going on in the world that the public is not privy to. Every chapter has thorough footnotes about where you can go to find out more.
This is where the book goes in the direction that I really appreciate, where we delve into the philosophical and the intuitive. Three-dimensional solidity is just a perception of the human body and brain.
Underneath all of this, the universe is really an energy field. Now, you can believe that, or you can believe that physical solidity is the basis from which all else stems. You might ask, what does it matter? Well, if the physical universe is just a perception, perhaps consciousness is a far greater thing we have imagined.
Perhaps all that exists is one gigantic consciousness, and every human life is that consciousness undergoing an experience of separation from the full magnitude of what it is. The cornerstone of this part of the book is an experience that Icke had in Brazil, where he was invited to take a psychoactive drink called ayahuasca as a means of opening the door to a higher perception of reality a similar account is told by Aldous Huxley, regarding mescaline, in his book The Doors of Perception.
The ultimate conclusion to all this is that we learn to laugh about life — to realise that this tiny life is just a game, full of endless possibilities, on the great canvas of infinite awareness. Really insightful stuff. There were moments, in the earlier parts of the the book especially the reptilian section , that I thought I was going to be giving this a bad review.
Once more, my mind has been stimulated to learn more and more from the wealth of information that lies ignored just outside the mainstream. I recently came across an old show on youtube where David Icke is interviewed by Fern Britton and a study audience. This interview I think was filmed shortly after his infamous appearance on Wogan.
From your previous background and your views on Christianity you may find this interview interesting. Check it out…. Yeah, I know the Fern Britton interview well. Icke often refers to that period of his life as not knowing what planet he was on. Ive also read truth vibrations and i thought robots rebellion was ACE. Whether people believe or not the possibilities out there are endless, so bear that in mind. Thanks Darryl. I am struggling a bit with The Biggest Secret!
Like you, I prefer the intuitive Icke rather than the fast paced crammed research stuff. He has so much to say, and he has been at it for years tirelessly despite constant ridicule. My hat goes off to him. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account.
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Tales from the Time Loop
The rest of the book is divided into four parts, or layers, as they are called. Icke begins by filling us in briefly on the overall picture of the conspiracy, involving secret societies, hidden-hand leadership, pryamid power structures, and the various scams that are played on humanity. The chapter on civilian casualties is particularly moving, and at the very least the reader is left with a sense that he needs to question an awful lot more than when he hears on the TV news. When enough of these reports came to light, this indicated that there was something worth researching.
Tales From the Time Loop