David Icke

19183393answersWe are entering a period of fantastic change that is getting faster all the time, and we have two challenges, the first is to open our minds and start taking responsibility back and allow the full flow of knowledge of who we are to flood into the public arena

Once people realize who they are, we will go into the incredible consciousness shift.

We need to remove the edifice of suppression.

We have a situation; the idea has been to turn us into left brain prisoners – can I touch, taste it, smell it? okay so it must exist!

David Icke is the uncontested King of Conspiracy Theories, Anti-Globalist “par excellence”, and advocate for Reptilian Humanoid theories. But who is he, we mean really? Is he a Divine Messenger, a Fraud, a Philosopher, a Visionary? His views are more than notorious, yet David’s sun in Taurus and Moon in Cancer show him to be a solid personality, far more “down to earth” than his fans could possibly imagine. An interesting Sagittarian influence makes this man yearn to be a “Prophet”, somewhat of a “Becausemic Messenger” with a profound need for truth. In fact his “New Age Enfant Terrible” persona goes far “beyond appearances”. His “Shadow Theories” on, who rules this planet, have created quite a following! Additionally, some of his dare-we-say-it, “bizarre” perceptions are laid out before us in four books, The Robots’ Rebellion (1994), . And the Truth Shall Set You Free (1995), The Biggest Secret: The Book that Will Change the World (1999), and Children of the Matrix (2001).

In another life David was your basic Isle of White football player and TV sports commentator. But his “Status Quo” would radically transform when he had a mystical experience during a meeting with the well-known Medium Betty Shine. The information he received during his now “famous” encounter with Betty was that he would leave the main stream, and become a “spokesperson-cum-world healer” for becausemic truths. His ultimate “conversion” culminated in his interview on the famous Terry Wogan show in 1991. Britain roared with laughter when Icke claimed he was “the Son of God”. Yet later, he claimed the term “Son of God” meant “in the sense of being an aspect, as I understood it at the time, of the Infinite consciousness that is everything. As I have written before, we are like droplets of water in an ocean of infinite consciousness.” He said of that period in his life “One of my very greatest fears as a child was being ridiculed in public. And there it was coming true. As a television presenter, I’d been respected. People come up to you in the street and shake your hand and talk to you in a respectful way. And suddenly, overnight, this was transformed into ‘Icke’s a nutter’. I couldn’t walk down any street in Britain without being laughed at. It was a nightmare. My children were devastated because their dad was a figure of ridicule.”


Some of his theories are “burning hot”. To perceive the Queen Mum morphing into a reptilian ET, as David claims she did in his book, The Biggest Secret: The Book that Will Change the World, could seem ludicrous to many. Yet he wrote about his theories on Reptilian ET’s from the constellation Draco with a firm pen. Quote “They walk erect and appear to be human, living not only on the planets they come from, but also in caverns and tunnels under the earth. They have crossbred with humans, which have created “hybrids” who are “possessed” by the full-blooded reptilians. The reptiles’ hybrid reptilian-human DNA allows them to change from reptilian to human form if they consume human blood.” Unquote.

Now we imagine you are either reaching for that creme de menthe again, or wondering whether Icke is a wee bit crackers! But whether you agree with his perceived reality or not, it is evident that perceptions of the world we live in are changing very fast. David Icke blames the global elite and a secret society called the Illuminati as being responsible for most of our ills. He cites George Bush, the Queen, and even Kris Kristofferson as being part of this underhand conspiracy! These opinions have caused massive controversy and Icke has even been called defamatory and extreme right wing! It seems he has “bitten the bullet” and gone far beyond his past fear of ridicule. To a detached observer this is a man on a mission.

There is no doubt that David Icke is a passionate human being, who deeply believes in his theories. Perhaps we can take some of them with a pinch of salt, and others with interest, even fascination. In fact, some of us may be in utter agreement with what he says. From our perspective two phrases come to mind when one ponders on David Icke. “Life isn’t what it seems!” and the “truth is out there!”