A very interesting, off the wall take on the world. If you read this with an open mind, you will probably never view the world as you once did. The Reptilian chapter at the start isn't ideal if you want readers This book will blow your tiny minds!! Conspiracies, alternative histories, mind-bending theories and David Icke's unique view of the world combine to make this book a must-read.

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Return to Book Page. David Icke's most powerful and explosive book so far. Every man, woman and child on the planet is affected by the stunning information that Icke exposes. He reveals in documented detail, how the same interconnecting bloodlines have controlled the planet for thousands of years.

How they created all the major religions and suppressed the spiritual and esoteric knowledge that David Icke's most powerful and explosive book so far. How they created all the major religions and suppressed the spiritual and esoteric knowledge that will set humanity free from its mental and emotional prisons.

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Mar 02, Stuck on Lou rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: victims of mind control, reptiles. Shelves: conspiracy-theory. Before I read this book, I had no idea that the world is ruled by the descendants of evil alien reptiles who shape-shift between their reptilian and human forms. But thanks to this astoundingly well-annotated compilation of historical, anthropological, and extraterrestrial research, I now know the horrible truth.

View all 35 comments. Jan 02, Marvin rated it really liked it. Are there conspiracies? Of course, there are. Royal families and despots have conspired to stay in power for millenniums. The wealthy and Wall Street conspire to get rich. Politicians and lobbyists conspire to fill their own greed. Then there are Conspiracies with a capital "C". These are the ones that involve "they". In David Icke's world of conspiracies, "They" are alien shape-shifting reptiles from the lower fourth dimension.

They have been breeding with humans and controlling our minds since the days of the ancient Sumerian and Babylonian empires. Almost every famous person is accused of being involved from George Bush who is running drugs with the help of Queen Elizabeth to child sex rings masterminded by Boxcar Willie.

And no political or historical movement is off the hook. Capitalist corporations like Exxon are in it deep but so was Karl Marx. All religions were created by the reptiles to keep humans in a form of mental prisons, keeping us from realizing our full potential and the true reality. As strange as this all seems, I really enjoyed it. Icke has an entertaining style and is adept at taking historical fact, including very obscure ones, and weaving them into a fascinating if not totally believable fantasy.

He mentions many real secret societies, and a few that didn't exist, and mixes them up into an almost believable concoction that could set your head spinning. Then he tosses in the lizards. Another amazing thing about this book is how Icke leaves nothing out. Asides from alien reptiles, you will find out about UFOs from the fourth dimension, the hollow earth, satanic rituals, who actually killed Kennedy and Princess Diana, the truth on Bigfoot, and about almost every myth or conspiracy known to man.

As one critic stated, this is the Rosetta Stone of conspiracy books. The only conspiracy missing was the one about Elvis still being alive but perhaps I inadvertently skipped over that. But there is something else about this book that fascinated me aside from the entertainment value.

When people discuss David Icke and his theories the question always come up whether he actually believes his own theories. Is he serious? Personally, I suspect he doesn't believe them. I also think he is very serious.

Something else is going on here I believe Icke is using a very old but still common method of teaching that is used by many esoteric societies. Some religions and cults purposely espouse impossible ideas and difficult to understand concepts to broaden the mind; to get the student to see beyond what they think is reality, to think out of the box, to become enlightened. The Zen koans like "The sound of one hand clapping" is only one example. Unbelievable stories that are kept secret except to advance students like Xenu?

Icke's description of the world is a lot like the ancient Gnostics. He sees reality as being split. There are humans who in their pure form are immortal and part of the divine.

However reality is hidden and kept from us in this case by the reptiles, the evil other half of reality. There a clear connection to the Gnostic idea of a evil force and a divine force which needs to be unified to bring reality back to oneness. At the end of this book, Icke tells us how to defeat the Reptiles. It is pretty vague. But it is about realizing ourselves, being ourselves and love which the reptiles are powerless against. If this sounds a little simple I think it is supposed to be.

I give Icke big points for clearly denouncing violence. It's not about alien shape-shifters. It's about our own enlightenment and being ourselves. This is Icke's road to the world's emancipation. So forgive me if I do not consider Icke to be a total crack-pot. I may disagree with his methods but it is there amongst the madness. If nothing else, this is the mother of all conspiracy theories and deserves to be read if not believed.

View all 10 comments. Jan 31, sologdin rated it did not like it Shelves: nuke-from-orbit-only-way-to-be-sure. Basically a chronological encyclopedia of tinfoil-hatism, this one weaves together most of the more famous conspiracisms into a grand narrative, wherein the transdimensional telepathic reptilian villains of Mr.

Icke's musings have coordinated on Earth from the time of ancient Egypt to the present, working through various covert mechanisms. Marxism, for instance, was a tool of the aliens, if I recall correctly.

It's plenty clever, with tidy interpretations of religion, drawn from free thinker writ Basically a chronological encyclopedia of tinfoil-hatism, this one weaves together most of the more famous conspiracisms into a grand narrative, wherein the transdimensional telepathic reptilian villains of Mr. It's plenty clever, with tidy interpretations of religion, drawn from free thinker writings, and slick readings of corporate logos: Texaco's "T" is really a T-square, which refers to masonry, which refers to the Illuminati, which refers to Egypt, which refers to the Babylonian Brotherhood, which gets us to aliens.

Similarly, the Chevron logo, a pair of chevrons, is to be seen as a three dimensional image of a cornerstone. Ergo: masonry, Egypt, aliens. It's kinda cool, to be honest.

But, yaknow: aliens.


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Although Prince Andrew admitted his body did not sweat, he stopped short of confessing he was a shapeshifting reptilian alien - a revelation which would have put David Icke out of business. Lots Of Vibrating Energy. Creation itself. Check my Twitter for more details and blog updates.


The Biggest Secret : The Book That Will Change the World

In , while spokesman for the Green Party , he visited a psychic who he said told him he had been placed on earth for a purpose and would begin to receive messages from the spirit world. Icke believes that the universe is made up of "vibrational" energy and consists of an infinite number of dimensions that share the same space. Thus, the Archons can feed off the "negative energy" this creates. He claims many prominent public figures belong to the Babylonian Brotherhood and are propelling humanity toward an Orwellian global fascist state, or New World Order , a post-truth era where freedom of speech is ended. Critics have accused Icke of being a Holocaust denier and antisemitic, with his theories about reptilians being a deliberate "code"; Icke denies these claims.

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