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Theosophical Sources of David Icke’s Reptilian Theory …

Although most recently popularized by David Icke, the notions of the connection of a worldwide conspiracy orchestrated by Reptilian beings, like the UFO mythos itself, has its origins in Theosophy, the occult tradition founded by H. P. Blavatsky, godmother of the New Age movement, and pre-eminent personality of the Occult Revival of the late nineteenth century.

Essentially, Icke, like other conspiracy researchers such as Jordan Maxwell, Michael Tsarion, and Acharya S, is an ardent critic of the Illuminati, but presents the myriad speculations of Theosophy as the truth being suppressed. All his main teachings are Theosophical, and therefore identical to those of the Illuminati, which is he is purportedly denouncing.

H. P. Blavatskyi

Alice Bailey

As revealed in another excellent documentary by Chris White, called David Icke Debunked, Icke claims to be imparted with insights from a spiritual entity named Rakorski, who he also identifies with the name St. Germain, a notorious charlatan who was a key occult figure of the late eighteenth century, and regarded as a spiritual master of Freemasonry.

Rakorski is none other than the Master Rakoczi of Alice Bailey, Blavatskys leading representative in the twentieth century, whose channeled information not only shaped much of the New Age, but guide many of the programs of the United Nations, which is seen to be the seat of World Government awaited with the coming of the Age of Aquarius. To Baily, Rakoczi is one of the Ascended Masters of Theosophy, the Lord of Civilization, whose task is the establishment of the new civilization of the Age of Aquarius. Icke calls Rakorski the Lord of All Creation, saying that he is directly responsible for the changes the earth will undergo.

The concept of making contact with extra-terrestrial beings begins with the Occult Revival, when it became popular to conduct sances to make contact with lost relatives or long-gone famous personalities. Blavatsky contributed to this trend by claiming to be in contact with a beings she called Ascended Masters, who resided in the mystical city of Shambhala of Buddhist legend, led by Sanat Kumara, as King of the World, which she identified with Lucifer and the Fallen Angels. Alice A. Bailey believed that Sanat Kumara came to Earth 18,500,000 years ago from the etheric plane of the planet Venus, accompanied by 30 Lords of the Flame.

Guy Ballard

Thus the spirit channeling of the Occult Revival became the UFO contact of the twentieth century, a mythos that continued to be closely tied with Theosophy. Christopher Partridge wrote that the works of Bailey and Theosophy in general all influenced the so-called UFO religions.[1] UFO religions are groups which deal with alleged communication between humans and extra-terrestrial beings, and include the Aetherius Society, Church of the SubGenius, Heavens Gate, Industrial Church of the New World Comforter, Ralism and even the Nation of Islam.

Partridge writes that the first UFO religion was the I AM Activity, founded by Guy Ballard, in 1930. Almost all communication from his Ascended Masters though came telepathically, or by appearing to him from the etheric plane. During his first encounter he met the ascended master St. Germain in a cave underneath Mount Shasta, who showed him a television set that could receive transmissions from the planet Venus. An I AM offshoot was the Church Universal and Triumphant, established in 1958 in Montana and led by Mark Prophet and later by Elizabeth Clare Prophet, where St. Germain was also a central figure. The movement gained media attention in the late 1980s and early 1990s while preparing for potential nuclear disaster.

Mount Shasta

Mount Shasta is a volcanic peak in northern California, which has long been rumoured to be inhabited by faeires and Sasquatch figures, known for frequent UFO sightings, and which contributed to the legend of the Reptilians. It was first brought to attention in a novel, A Dweller on Two Planets (1894), in which Frederick Oliver related information he received telepathically from Phylos the Tibetan. Olivers account, which discussed a hidden citadel of Atlantean Masters within the mountain, became popular with occult and Theosophical communities in America.

Spencer Lewis

Spencer Lewis, founder of the Rosicrucian order AMORC (Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis), published Lemuria: The Lost Continent of the Pacific (1931), which claimed Shasta was riddled with caverns in which ancient Lemurian masters preserved their ancient wisdom. According to the ancient manuscripts allegedly in his possession, northern California was once part of Lemuria, a lost continent mentioned in the works of Blavatsky, where Shasta was among the highest mountains in the world, making it an ideal refuge for those seeking to escape the great Flood.

A similar account was also put forward by Maurice Doreal, also known as Claude Dogginsor Dr. Doreal as he preferred to be called. In Denver about 1930, Doreal founded the Brotherhood of the White Temple, the first major occult movement to refer to Shambhala, which to Doreal was an underground city. Doreal claimed that as he was lecturing in Los Angeles in 1931, the year after Ballards experiences, he met two Atlanteans who transported him to a gigantic cavern twelve miles beneath Shasta.[2] Fearful of nuclear attack, he relocated the Brotherhood to a rockbound valley west of Sedalia, Colorado, in the late 1940s and early 1950s.

Maurice Doreal

Doreal was also in part responsible for the dissemination of the theory that linked UFOs to Reptoids. In a pamphlet called Mysteries of the Gobi, Doreal offered a revisionist history of the world, which featured an ancient war between human beings and a Serpent Race. The latter, he wrote, had bodies like man, but… heads… like a great snake and… bodies faintly scaled. They also possessed hypnotic powers that allowed them to shapeshift into human form.[3]

Similar ideas appeared in a long poem, The Emerald Tablets, reputedly the work of Thoth, an Atlantean Priest-King. The work recalls a text by the same title prized by the Arab alchemists of the Middle Ages, who attributed it to an ancient Egyptian sage named Hermes Trismegistus, also identified with the god Thoth. Doreal claimed to have translated the work when he was given the tablets from the Great Pyramid of Egypt in 1925. In his accompanying commentary, Doreal adds a dire political warning about this Serpent Race: gradually, they and the men who called them took over the control of the nations.[4]

H. P. Blavatskyi

H. P. Lovecraft

These ideas, suggests Barkun, author of A Culture of Conspiracy, may have originated with an obscure pulp fiction author, Robert E. Howard (1906 1936). Howard is regarded as the father of the sword and sorcery subgenre and is probably best known for his character Conan the Barbarian. In 1929, Howard published a story in Weird Tales magazine called The Shadow Kingdom in which the evil power was the snake-men whose adversary Kull came from Atlantis. These creatures had bodies of men but the heads of serpents, and like Doreals Serpent Race, had the capacity to shapeshift into human form. In Howards story they were thought to have been destroyed, but returned by insinuating themselves into positions of power.

Howard became a member of The Lovecraft Circle, a group of writers all linked to H. P. Lovecraft, who consequently incorporated serpent men into his own work. Lovecraft (1890-1937) was an American author of weird fiction, is best known for his Cthulhu Mythos story cycle and the Necronomicon, a fictional grimoire of magical rites and forbidden lore. Stephen King called Lovecraft the twentieth century’s greatest practitioner of the classic horror tale.[5]

Lovecraft constantly refers to the Great Old Ones, a pantheon of ancient, powerful deities from outer space who once ruled the Earth and founded ancient civilizations and were worshipped as gods. Lovecraft summed up the significance in The Call of Cthulhu, wherein a young man discovers the shocking secret of a race of aliens that served as gods to a strange cult:

There had been aeons when other Things ruled on the earth, and They had had great cities. Remains of Them were still be found as Cyclopean stones on islands in the Pacific. They all died vast epochs of time before men came, but there were arts which could revive Them when the stars had come round again to the right positions in the cycle of eternity. They had, indeed, come themselves from the stars, and brought Their images with Them.[6]

Although Lovecraft referred to Theosophical material as crap, he drew inspiration from the Book of Dzyan, which formed the basis of Blavatskys The Secret Doctrine, in developing the Cthulhu Mythos own account of pre-human or occult texts. Blavatsky claimed to have discovered the book, written in the language of Senzar in Tibet, where it was guarded by an Occult Brotherhood. Lovecraft declared that they antedate the earth, in The Diary of Alonzo Typer, in which he transformed Theosophys spirit Venusians into aliens who flew across the solar system in space ships to civilize planet Earth.

Lovecrafts The Great Old Ones from the Cthulhu Mythos equate with The Great Old Ones of the Night Time, a phrase which occurs in rituals of the Golden Dawn. Crowleys disciple Kenneth Grant, head of the Typhonian Ordo Templi Orientis, suggested in his book The Magical Revival (1972) that there was an unconscious connection between Lovecraft and the Golden Dawns most notorious member, Aleister Crowley.

Ernst Dickhoffs Agharta

Also contributing to the Reptoid theory was the 1951 publication of Robert Ernst Dickhoffs Agharta, the underground realm of occult legend, closely associated with Shambhala. Dickhoff styled himself the Sungma Red Lama of the Dordjelutru Lamasery, though his lamasery was located in his New York City bookshop. Dickhoff referred to The Emerald Tablets, but without mentioning their translator Doreal. Dickhoff claims to have studied in Asia, from a Buddhist Lama who told him that the King of the World came from Venus, and initially inhabited a serpentine or reptilian form, but has since transformed into a human one, and asserts that this being is the serpent of the Bible.

In addition, Dickhoff also wrote about humanoid serpent men who came from Venus, who exploited an pre-Flood tunnel system in order to infiltrate and capture Atlantis and Lemuria. Survivors of these sunken continents supposedly escaped to underground hideouts in Agartha and in the Antarctic Rainbow City. Although the serpent men were to have been defeated, they and their agents have infiltrated circles of political authority through their powers of mind control. The remaining reptilians lie in polar suspended animation, waiting for the moment to strike.[7]

Paul Bennewitz

The belief of reptilian aliens had begun to gain popularity in the 1990s, through the influence of Albuquerque physicist and businessman Paul Bennewitz, who was also involved in the infamous Majestic 12 (or MJ-12) documents hoax, and important contribution to the government cover-up myth. MJ-12 was the supposed code name of a secret committee of scientists and government officials formed in 1947 by an executive order of US President Harry S. Truman, purportedly to investigate the recovery of a UFO north of Roswell in 1947.

As revealed by Greg Bishop in Project Beta, the earliest mention of the term MJ Twelve surfaced in a US Air Force Teletype message from 1980. Known as the Project Aquarius Teletype, it was given to Paul Bennewitz in 1980, by US Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) counterintelligence officer Richard C. Doty. It was part of a disinformation campaign to discredit Bennewitz, who had photographed and recorded electronic data of what he believed to be UFO activity over and nearby Kirtland AFB, a sensitive nuclear facility. Bennewitz reported his findings to officials at Kirtland, including Doty. Later it was discovered the Aquarius document was phony and had been prepared by Doty.[8] As Greg Bishop writes:

Here, near the bottom of this wordy message in late 1980, was the very first time anyone had seen a reference to the idea of a suspected government group called ‘MJ Twelve’ that controlled UFO information. Of course, no one suspected at the time the colossal role that this idea would play in 1980s and ’90s UFOlogy, and it eventually spread beyond its confines to become a cultural mainstay.[9]

What came to be known as the MJ-12 papers first appeared on a roll of film in late 1984, in the mailbox of television documentary producer Jaime Shandera, who had been collaborating with Roswell researcher William Moore since 1982. Moore had also been contacted by Doty in 1980, who described himself as representing a shadowy group of 10 military intelligence insiders who claimed to be opposed to the UFO cover-up. In January 1981, Doty provided Moore with a copy of the phony Aquarius document with mention of MJ-12. Moore would later claim in 1989 that he began collaborating with AFOSI in spying on fellow researchers such as Bennewitz, and dispensing disinformation ostensibly to gain the trust of the military officers, but in reality to learn whatever truth he could glean about UFOs, and how the military manipulated UFO researchers.

Richard C. Doty

Moore claims that he tried to push Bennewitz, who had been in a mental health facility on three occasions after suffering severe delusional paranoia, into a mental breakdown by feeding him false information about aliens. Later it would turn out that some of the UFO documents given to Moore were forged by Doty and compatriots, or were retyped and altered from the originals.[10]

However, Bennewitz apparently became convinced he had located a secret alien facility that he called Dulce Base, after intercepting what he thought were electronic communications originating from alien spacecraft located outside of Albuquerque, New Mexico. According to his account, a treaty was brokered between the aliens and the US government, according to which the base was to be operated jointly by the aliens and the CIA. However, treaty violations on the part of the aliens led to open conflict. The aliens are of such power, however, that they cannot be removed.

By 1982, Bennewitz had begun to spread his ideas about the Dulce base to others in the ufology community. Bennewitz wrote Project Beta in 1988, which was mostly concerned with how the base might be successfully attacked. In 1988, William F. Hamilton III and Jason Bishop III both visited Dulce and wrote extensively about the base. Hamilton described the aliens as small humanoid beings [that] may belong to the class we know as Reptilia rather than Mammalia. Bishop called them descendent [sic] from a Reptilian Humanoid Specie.[11] Thomas Edwin Costello, who claimed he had been a security guard at Dulce, called the aliens at Dulce reptilian humanoids.

Dulce Base

As Barkun also noted, the area had already attracted the attention of people interested in the paranormal. The Colorado-New Mexico border region had emerged as one of the major sites for the cattle-mutilation stories then current in the West. Dulce is also only about 150 miles from the Baca ranch in the San Luis Valley of southern Colorado, owned by Maurice Strong, which is one of the areas of most intense paranormal activity in the US. Strong, who has been heralded as the indispensable man at the center of the U.N.s global power, is also the Finance Director of the Lindisfarne Center. According to the authors of Dope Inc, Strong is also a top operative for British Intelligence and controls the Order of the Golden Dawn, which is now an international drug ring.[12]

The San Luis Valley and northern New Mexico also happen to be regions where there has been discovered a tradition of secret Jews, descended from Spanish Marranos, and still secretly Catholic.[13] This may suggest a Kabbalistic and perhaps Sabbatean origin of the paranormal phenomena.

Maurice Strong

The modern history of unexplained occurrences at Baca began in the 1950s when green fireballs were reportedly seen by thousands, and even before that were rashes of UFOs that sound like what the Natives called spirit lights. So frequent are such reports in the valley that a UFO watchtower was erected. From the fall of 1966 through the spring of 1970 there were hundreds of unidentified flying object sightings and many of the first documented cases of unusual animal deaths ever reported, notes Christopher Obrien, in The Mysterious Valley, a website dedicated to a study of the strange occurrences and sightings in the region. According to Obrien, During peak UFO sighting waves in the late 1960s dozens of cars would literally line the roads watching the amazing aerial displays of unknown lights as they cavorted around the sky above the Great Sand Dunes/Dry Lakes area.[14]

A mystic had informed Strong and his wife Hanna that the ranch, which they call the Baca, would become the center for a new planetary order which would evolve from the economic collapse and environmental catastrophes that would sweep the globe in the years to come. The first groups to join the Strongs in setting up operations at the site were the Aspen Institute and the Lindisfarne Association. The Baca is replete with monasteries, and Ashram, Vedic temple, Native American shamans, Hindu temple, ziggurat, and subterranean Zen Buddhist center. Shirley MacLaines astrologer told her to move to the Baca. Another of Strongs friends, Najeeb Halaby, a CFR member, former chairman of Pan American, and father of the Queen of Jordan, wife to Freemason King Hussein, has built an Islamic ziggurat at the Baca. Apparently, the Kissingers, the Rockefellers, the McNamaras, the Rothschilds also make their pilgrimage to the Baca.[15]

The Illuminati, to Icke, are descended from ETs, called the Babylonian Brotherhood, reptilian humanoid beings from the constellation Draco, who live in tunnels and caverns inside the earth. In his book on the reptilians, Children of the Matrix, Icke also made extensive use of Maurice Doreals translation of the so-called Emerald Tablets, where he presented dire political warnings about a Serpent Race. According to Icke, the tablets were found in a Mayan temple where they had been deposited by Egyptian priests. Their supposed author, Thoth, had written them thirty-six thousand years ago in an Atlantean colony in Egypt. Based on the influence of Zecharia Sitchin, Icke argues that the reptilians are the race of gods known as the Anunnaki in the Babylonian creation myth, Enuma Elish.

Arizona Wilder

Icke and Swerdlow

One of the main sources for David Ickes reptilian hypothesis is a woman who goes by the name of Arizona Wilder. But on her Facebook page, she apparently retracted anything she confessed to David Icke, claiming she was deliberately programed for the interview.[16] Another of David Icke’s sources for the reptilian theory is Stewart Swerdlow, who claims to have been a victim of a mind control operation at Montauk Point from the age of 14 in the early seventies, when he was one of the so-called “Montauk Boys. He claims to have personally witnessed Lawrence Gardner, author of Bloodlines of the Holy Grail, and conservative pundit William F. Buckley, shapeshift info reptilian form during human sacrifice rituals.

Swerdlow also claims his great-uncle, Yakov Sverdlov, was the first president of the Soviet Union, and that his grandfather helped found the Communist Party in the United States in the 1930s. To ensure his loyalty to the US government, he says, he was recruited for specific government mind-control research, including 13 years at the Montauk Project, which was supposed to have enhanced his natural abilities.[17] Janet Diane Mourglia-Swerdlow, Swerdlow’s wife and partner in offering their psychic healing services, “sees and hears frequencies on all levels, an ability she ascribes of her mix of American Indian and Celtic ancestry, as well as her lineage from Mary Magdalene, which extends back through to the Waldensian heretics.[18]

Icke is a classic example of the Aryan racism that typifies the channeled information of the occult. Icke teaches that Martians came to Earth and founded the Aryan race, which the reptilians used as a vehicle to overtake the planet, and that the Aryans who inhabited Atlantis were blond giants whose skin glowed white. As Atlantis was destroyed, our ultimate objective is to re-attain the powers we once had. According to Icke, we will enter the New Age by rediscovering our hidden psychological potential. Icke said, Many of you will remember the Atlantean times, you will remember you communicated with, say, dolphins and whales, you understood these sentient creatures, you could levitate, you could manifest things, you could cause spontaneous combustion by not miraculous means at all.[19]

Icke is gifted with an affable charm that is the key to his popularity, and gives every impression that he is sincere. According to Nicholas Goodrick-Clark, author of Black Sun: Aryan Cults, Esoteric Nazism and the Politics of Identity, it is clear from Ickes book that he is a transmitter of this information rather than its originator. Who is then guiding Icke and his New Age following toward the beliefs of the millenarian-conspiracy cults?[20] He remarks that recent investigations by Matthew Kalman and John Murray of Open Eye magazine suggest that far-right and neo-Nazi groups are exploiting Icke to penetrate the Green and New Age movements.

In his book The Robots Rebellion, Icke praised the popular New Age magazine Nexus, which has been exposed for its far-right links. Although formerly concerned primarily with Green issues and Third World causes, Nexus took up the subject of the U.S. Patriot movement under its new editor Duncan M. Roads. Roads visited Qaddafi in Libya in 1989, and is a close friend of the right-wing Qaddafi supporter and convert to Islam, Robert Pash. In the late 1970s, Pash was the Australian contact for the U.S.-based Aryan Nations and distributed material of the Ku Klux Klan.

As chairman of the Australian Peoples Congress, Pash is also closely involved with the Australian League of Rights, an ultra-right anti-Semitic organization. Among Pashs other introductions to Libya is John Bennett, president of the Australian Civil Liberties Union, and an associate of Holocaust denier David Irving and Willis Carto. Bennet serves on the editorial committee of Carto’s Journal of Historical Review. Nexus British agent is also an admirer of David Irving and Holocaust denier.[21]

The London-based New Age magazine Rainbow Ark maintains an influential relationship with Icke, printing excerpts of his work and helping to organize his lectures and meetings. The magazine betrays a wide range of far-right links. In particular is Donald Martin, the anti-Semitic publisher of Bloomfield Books, who is the leader of the British League of Rights. Donald Martin represents the Australian League of Rights that Robert Pash is involved in. Martin has also run the ultra-right British Federation for European Freedom and the UK arm of the CIA-connected World Anti-Communist League (WACL).

Donald Martin has published in Spearhead, the magazine of John Tyndall, leader of the British National Party, who regards Martin as his ally in opposing immigration. Tyndall, an admirer of Sir Oswald Mosley, founder of the British Union of Fascists, was a former deputy to Colin Jordan of the neo-Nazi National Socialist Movement in the early 1960s, and corresponded with Savitri Devi, a leading figure in esoteric Hitlerism. In 2004, Tyndall joined in signing the New Orleans Protocol, written by David Duke, former Grand Wizard of the KKK.

The editor of Rainbow Ark has steered Icke toward meetings with militant US patriots, and recommended Bloomfield Books. The same editor has hinted at their manipulation of Icke, by suggesting Icke wasnt ready for this yet, referring to a spoof document entitled Further Protocols, outlining plans of secret Zionism for the Goyim.

Ultimately, David Ickes message like that of the New Age itself, spells consequences with fascist overtones, foreboding a new holocaust intended for the fundamentalists of Islam, Christianity, and Judaism, who refuse to adapt their age-old faiths for the ecumenism of the New Age movement. According to New Age or occult interpretation, the Atlanteans were destroyed because of their transgressions. Likewise, despite their wishy-washy claims of universal brotherhood and tolerance, the New Age warns of a coming confrontation with all those who resist the transformation promised by the Age of Aquarius.

Betraying these same fascist tendencies, according to Alice Bailey, let us never forget that its the Life, its purpose and its directed intentional destiny thats of importance; and also that when a form proves inadequate, or too diseased or too crippled for the expression of that purpose, it isfrom the point of view of the Hierarchyno disaster when that form has to go. Death is not a disaster to be feared; the work of the Destroyer is not really cruel or undesirable Therefore, there is much destruction permitted by the Custodians of the Plan and much evil turned into good[22]

Similarly, according to David Icke:

I do not seek to hide the severity of this period of fundamental change. It will be tough for every one of us Many will return to light levels (die) in the wake of the physical events and the quickening vibrations. The Earth Spirit is already rising up the subplanes, and through the years ahead she will progress through the whole frequencies in her journey back to Atlantis and beyond… Those who cannot quicken their own vibrations through love and balance will find themselves out of synchronization with the environment around them. This process is already apparent.[22]

[1] Christopher H. Partridge, UFO Religions. (Routledge, 2003), p. 89.

[2] Michael Barkun, A Culture of Conspiracy: Apocalyptic Visions in Contemporary America. (Berkeley, Calif: University of California Press, 2003 2003) p. 115.

[4] Barkun, A Culture of Conspiracy, p. 120.

[5] Curt Wohleber, The Man Who Can Scare Stephen King, American Heritage Magazine. (December 1995)

[6] Lovecraft, The Best of H.P. Lovecraft: Bloodcurdling Tales of orror and the Macabre, (Del Rey Books. New York, 1982), p. 88.

[7] Barkun, A Culture of Conspiracy, p. 121.

[8] Greg Bishop, Project Beta, 2005, Paraview/ Pocket Books (Simon & Schuster).

[10] Jerome Clark, Unexplained!347 strange sightings, incredible occurrences, and puzzling physical phenomena, (Visible Ink Press, 1993), pp. 400, 402-403.

[11] Barkun, A Culture of Conspiracy, p. 119.

[12] Kalimtgis, Goldman & Steinberg, Dope Inc.: Britain’s Opium War Against the U.S, p. 25.

[13] Jeff Wheelwright, The Secret Jews of San Luis Valley Smithsonian magazine (October, 2008).

[20] Goodrick-Clarke. Black Sun, p. 292.

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David Icke explains his infamous theory why ‘Queen IS a …

The former BBC Grandstand presenter, who famously came out as a major conspiracy theorist during an interview with the late Sir Terry Wogan in 1991, was interviewed for a YouTube video shown by channel New World Order TV.

In it, he cemented his claims that the British royal family are descended from a reptilian blood line.

Icke subscribes to the Illuminati conspiracy theory that a secret society made up of the royals, political and business leaders actually pulls the strings of world, seemingly democratic governments, from behind the scenes.

But, he adds to this that members of the Illuminati, including all world royal families, and high powered business, and political families are the descendants of ancient hybrids between reptilian aliens and humans.

Icke was asked by the interviewer if he genuinely believed in the theory and where it stemmed from.

He said: “Oh God yes. I did not sit in a dark room and come up with this theory nor go looking for it.

“I have travelled and been to 50 countries to research it.”

He said people all over the globe had provided the same evidence to back up the theory, including CIA insiders.

He said: “It took the form of meeting people who tell of experiences of seeing people, often in positions of power, change from human from to a reptilian form and back again in front of their eyes.”

Icke claimed that ancient texts across the world, including the Bible had accounts of reptiles interbreeding with humans to form these “hybrid bloodlines”.

He said: “The hybrids became demi gods – part human, part god. They were obviously perceived as gods.

“The hybrid blood lines were the ones that became the royal families of the worlds.

“In the Chinese empire, they claim the right to be emperor because they are descended from the serpent god.

“It is all founded on the myth of dragon and they all come from the reptilian connection to justify the right to rule.

“Look at ancient texts and the Bible. Do you really think that the snake in the Garden of Eden was really a snake?

“In texts around the world you find recurring these Garden of Eden situations involve reptilian entities.

“The Hebrew name for snake means two-legged standing upright humanoid reptile.”

Icke claimed interbreeding within the aristocracy was to ensure the bloodlines were not weakened.

He said: “The head of state in the UK is only the head of state because of genetics or bloodline.”

He said the bloodlines spread from the ancient world to the Roman Empire, to the aristocracies of northern Europe.

He said: “The whole obsession of interbreeding among royals and big banking and political families is to hold the genetic structure together because it would quickly be diluted if they bred outside it.”

In order to maintain control, Icke claimed the hybrids had to spread their bloodlines into top political and business families across the globe.

Icke was asked where the reptilians originated from and said it was in space “from outside of the human frequency, the range of visible light.”

He was also asked why, if shape-shifting lizards were running the world, was he able to talk about it and remain safe.

He said: “There are also forces on this planet that do not want this.

“Don’t get caught in the idea they are all powerful.

“If they were all powerful they would have taken over a long time ago, but there is an illuminate of interbreeding families.”

Icke was also asked what he thought of critics of this far-fetched theory.

He said: “I don’t care if people believe it. I’m interested in what is going on not winning popularity contests.”

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David Icke – Those Conspiracy Guys

On this episode we talk about the wild white haired Isle of Wight wizard who fuels the daily fight against the invisible inter-dimensional lizard people who feed off our fear, David Icke. From second division goalkeeper to BBC sports presenter by way of a crippling case of arthritis, Icke made a name for himself in media in Britain and was practically a household name. He made a grave error however when he announced to the country on the Terry Wogan show that he was Son of the God Head and was ridiculed.

This incident came after a swift bout with some spiritual delusional behaviour which saw him travel to Peru for a vision quest. He found his destiny among a small pile of rocks off the beaten path and had the knowledge of the universe downloaded into this mind by an ineffable force just in time to get home for tea. His knowledge and insertion in to the Green Party political circles saw Ickes esoteric star rise and his notoriety as a public speaker and anti-establishment figure rose.

He was a prolific writer and took full advantage of the 90s era reemergence into the spiritual. He wrote of inter-dimensional forces and the cleaning of the soul; and using contemporary media imagery was able to create a mysterious cult following around him and his teachings. Tantamount to a religious leader Icke began giving lectures far and wide and now regularly fills such auspicious venues as Wembley Arena for mammoth 12 hour lecture sessions.

The Archons or Lizard men or Anunnaki or whatever you want to call them, have been David Ickes signature conspiracy theory for quite some time and he is synonymous with accusations of prominent politicians and royalty of being in the evil Illuminati as he calls it. The massive body of work and dearth of knowledge Icke has is almost unmatched but we ask is it all a clever act using peoples desire for an areligious faith to get them through their hum drum lives with a bit of pomp, ceremony and alien spectacle? We discuss David early life and discovery of this valuable information and dissect some of his grander theories into their component parts.

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This Is The Best Evidence David Icke Is Right About …

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Probably one of the most challenging conspiracy theories of the past 30 years for people to digest is that of David Ickes theory that reptilian ETs are mixed in with the elite of our planet and have influence over how it is run. To be fair, this theory doesnt belong to David but was simply popularized by him.

I challenge you to continue reading this with an open mind, you will be surprised as to how deep this actually goes. For the record, no Im not going to be talking about silly YouTube videos or photoshopped images showing reptile eyes belonging to the elite. Were only going to look at very real evidence anyone can verify.

When I first realized the true magnitude of what the Popes Audience Hall design reveals, I was shocked.Despite 10 years of research into the elite, occult, Illuminati, consciousness, and more, this stuck outas something I just HAD to write about.

Have you heard of the Popes Audience Hall? Also known asthePaul VI Audience Hall or the Hall of the Pontifical Audiences, it lies partially in Vatican City and partially in Rome, Italy. Named after Pope Paul VI andbuilt in 1971 by Italian architect Pier Luigi Nervi, itseats 6,300and contains a bronze statue called La Resurrezione, designed by Pericle Fazzini, within.

This all sounds pretty straightforward so far, but lets dive into what makes this building so strange. Well start with the less weird, and get progressively weirder as we go.

The building wasdesigned with reinforced concrete by well-known architect Pier Luigi Nervi. Nervi is known for simple yet practical designs that are strong and made to last.

The simple curvature of the building might seem unassuming from the outside, but this is part one of what we will begin to explore about this building, and I promise you, by the time we get to the end, you will see what Im getting at.

Have a look at the image below and compare its shape to the image of a snake beside it. Note the overall shape wide back, narrow, rounded front, eyes in the middle, nostril at the front, and curved top.

As you can already begin to see in the image above, there are two windows on either side of the building that resemble eyes. They are made of stained glass and sit about halfway through the buildings length on either side.

In the centre of the eye shape, you begin to see a slit that could resemble a reptile eye.If youre not convinced yet, which is understandable, keep reading.

Maybe looking at one window on its own isnt the most clear, so lets have a look at both of them together now.

All of a sudden we begin to see things taking shape here two reptilian eyes, staring at you as you observe the stage.

Have a look again at the image above what do you notice down the centre? There stands what looksto be a statue in the middle and then on either side, two sharp, pointed fangs. The buildings roof and sides also resemble scales.

Here are two more images to give you a sense of the scales.

Now lets pull it together a bit more so we can really see what we are looking at. In the image below, really pay attention to the whole building and stage layout next tothe image of a snake. The eyes, the shape, the scales, the fangs, the look and feel of the reptile its all there.

In the middle of the stage sits a statue of Christ rising from an atomic apocalypse.It was designed by Pericle Fazzini and put in place by 1977.Have a look at it below. Do you notice anything about Jesus head?

Front

Right side

Left side

Its difficult to see from the front, but when you view the statue from the sides, where patrons would sit, it becomes strikingly clear from both sides that the head of Jesus is meant to look like that of a snake.

Think about it for a moment: If just one side of the statue gave the impression of a snakes head, we could brush this off as coincidence, but when it looks this way from all angles, and the entire buildingresemblesa snake as well, it becomes much more difficult to ignore. One must begin to realize that this was purposefully designed to appear this way. The thought and planning that went into this would have to have been immense.

The reality is, there isan obvious reason for this imagery.

You may be asking what that reason is; why was this building built in such a waythat the Popeappears to be speaking from the mouth of a reptile? Ifyou arent asking that question, youre simply turning a blind eye. Its not that the evidence isnt present, its that you are choosing not to see it. There areseven separate pieces that comprise the snake or reptile symbol. If it wereone or two I would understand your skepticism even three. But whenseven pieces come together so beautifully, so perfectly, you know beyond any shadow of a doubt thatit was intentional.

Regardless, I know what Im saying may be difficultto accept, but all tough truths go through phases laughter and ridicule, partial acceptance, and then, eventually, they appear self-evident to the population.I believe we are getting closer to the third stage when it comes to understanding who truly runs and has influence over our world, which is why this snake symbolism exists here.

Researchdemonstratesthere is a Deep Statethat largelygoverns our world a group of people that arent American, European, Russian, Canadian, etc., but beyond national identity, and theycontrol our entire world. It has been said for a long time that there is an extraterrestrial influence there as well. Not from all races of ETs, but from one in particular, the reptilians. Not all reptilians are defectors of the heart, but a group, just like a group of humans, that hasworked to influence this planet.

I understand this sounds out there, but really think about it. There is more evidence for the reality of ETs than anyone could possibly imagine. There is a ton of evidence for a Deep State controlling things. Is it at all possible that these two realities are linked? Again,Im not saying allETs or even all reptilians are bad, but rather that perhaps a few are, and they are working with our governments.

Even our own government officials have statedthey are well aware of ETs but simply havent told the public. As revealed by former Defense Minister of Canada Paul Hellyer: So they decided to do an investigation, and they investigated for three years, and they decided that, with absolute certainty, that four species, four different species, at least, have been visiting this planet for thousands of years.

The knowledge governments have of ETs is immense, and whistleblowers have revealed this many times, with plenty of documentation behind them. You can watch the film Unacknowledged on Netflix to learn more about this.

The reptilian influence over the Deep State theory is not new,and can be found in many traditions and cultures. But it has been popularized by the work of David Icke who, understandably, has received a lot of ridicule for it. Regardless of that, millions follow and believe in his work. I highly suggest reading more about this theory here.

While at an event in California called Contact In The Desert, we interviewed David Wilcock, a longtime occult researcher. During the interview, he mentioned that the Elite/Illuminatibelieve they must convey their intentions to humanity in order to, in essence, get permission fromus to enact them. This manifests as rituals during mass sports events and symbolism found around society and in various popular industries like film and music.

When you begin to consider what the Popes Audience Hall is truly saying, it becomes clear he isspeaking from the mouth of the snake. He stands in front of the mouth and speaks the words of the Elite to all those listening. The Elite are telling humanity via symbolism that this is whats happening.

You can watch the full interview with David Wilcock here.

It has been said and proposed by manyresearchers that Christianity, among most other religions, is usedto control themasses.While religious stories may hold some truth and convey helpful messages, their overall purpose is to lead people into a relationship with spirit that is disempowering. The guilt, judgement, and wrath that exist within religions are designed to control us, to take away our power. We must also realize that these religions are impure and that we have been turning a blind eye to this for some time. Look what happened with the coverup of Vatican child sex abuse scandals, for example.

In the end, Im not asking you to believe everything being said here, but Im also not suggestingyou laugh it off. There are facts here that can be explored, but one has to go through the research. There is clearly something very intentional going on here and one doesnt spend many millions to design and build a very obvious snake within Vatican-owned buildings for no reason. Do your own research on the topic of reptilians, the Elite bloodlines, and what symbolism like this means. See how it feels for you. Allow your mind to be open to connect the dots as opposed to being closed and dismissive on something that doesnt sound like everyday life.

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To some David Icke is a charismatic rebel fighting against the unseen powers which rule the world.

To others he is a dubious figure deserving of scorn and ridicule.

But whatever you may think of him, David is one of the worlds most prominent conspiracy theorists and has a global following to match.

His controversial claims include that the world is run by a secret cabal of alien lizards who appear to us as well-known public figures.

But there is more to him than meets the eye,

Long before his theories became public he was a professional footballer and, later, a prime-time BBC presenter and journalist.

So is he just another conspiracy crank? Or something else entirely?

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Facebook Ban David Icke As Crackdown On Alt. Media Begins

British conspiracy author David Icke has been permanently banned from Facebook as the social media giant begins its purge of alternative media websites.

Ickes Facebook page, which had over 700,000 fans, was taken offline on Saturday after the social network complained he had violated one or more of the Facebook Pages Terms and Conditions.

Were unable to see which of these were meant to have violated, as the screenshot here shows we have appealed the decision at 7.54am today and we will keep you updated with the progress, Mr Icke posted on his website.

The removal of his Facebook page comes one year after Google and Facebook announced plans to crack down on alternative news websites in an effort to prop up failing mainstream news outlets.

Under the guise of protecting the public against fake news, the internet giants will soon stop non-verified mainstream news outlets from monetising their contentby banning advertisements from appearing on them.

Google will update its Adsense policies to banpages that misrepresent, misstate, or conceal information about the publisher, the publishers content, or the primary purpose, according to theWall Street Journal.

The crack down comes amid complaints from mainstream media outlets such asCNNandBuzzfeedthat alt media websites arebiased and misleading, as they try todeflect attention away from their shameful coverage of the election season.

Facebook recently faced harsh criticism after it admitted toroutinely deleting user accounts under orders of both the Israeli and U.S. governments.

It was also forced to comply with new German legislation passed on January 1st, 2018, which forces the social media giant to censor offensive websites that embarrass or disrupt Chancellor Merkels government.

A new Nazi-style censorship law will force Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other social media sites to remove content the government arbitrarily deem to be hate speech.

A new German law named The Netzwerkdurchsetzungsgesetz (NetzDG) came into effect on the 1st Janary, 2018, after passing at the end of June 2017.

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David Icke: Conspiracy of the Lizard Illuminati (Part 1/2 …

Conspiracy theorist David Icke takes us to a local satanic execution site and discusses the plot of the secret lizard illuminati.

We traveled to the Isle of Wight to meet the most iconic conspiracy theorist on Earth, David Icke. A former professional goalkeeper and television presenter, David Icke found international fame back in the 90s when he began uncovering a secret lizard illuminati plot. Icke discovered that a race of shape-shifting lizards has been masquerading as presidents and monarchs for centuries while planning to crush the planet.

In Part 2, Icke takes VICE host Kevin Morpurgo to the site of a local Satanic execution and explains what the global cabal of pedophile aliens has to do with Stanley Kubrick and Bill Clinton.

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‘Paul McCartney is dead’ and 10 more conspiracy theories – The Week UK

In the post-truth internet age conspiracy theories seem to be blossoming. Here are some of the most intriguing and bizzare:

One of the most unusual pop-culture conspiracy theories concerns a member of the Fab Four. Beatles legend has it that Paul McCartney secretly died in 1966, at the height of the band’s fame, and that the other three members covered it up by hiring someone who looked and sang like him.

Beatlemaniacs point to numerous clues in the band’s later albums as proof of this. The Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album is, they claim, awash with “Paul is dead” clues such as the lyrics to A Day in the Life, which featured the line “He blew his mind out in a car” and the recorded phrase “Paul is dead, miss him, miss him,” which becomes evident only when the song is played backward. Lennon also mumbled, “I buried Paul” at the end of “Strawberry Fields Forever” although he later denied there was any hidden meaning in the lyrics and what he was actually saying was “cranberry sauce”.

Much is also made of The Beatles’ use of imagery after 1966. The original cover of 1966’s Yesterday and Today album featured the Beatles posed amid raw meat and dismembered doll parts – “symbolising McCartney’s gruesome accident” says Time Magazine. The magazine also claims that “if fans placed a mirror in front of the Sgt Pepper album cover, the words Lonely Hearts on the drum logo could be read as “1 ONE 1 X HE DIE 1 ONE 1.”

Most famously, there is the Abbey Road album cover in which John Lennon, dressed in white, leads a “funeral” procession across the street. Ringo follows in black as a mourner with George in jeans representing a grave digger. Paul McCartney walks out of step with the rest of band and barefoot as, some had it, he would have no need of shoes in the afterlife.

Music legend Elvis Presley died on 16 August 1977 – or did he? If the latest conspiracy theory is to be believed, the King of Rock and Roll faked his own death and now works as a groundsman in Graceland.

Grainy footage of a bearded man has been posted on YouTube by “The Shadow”, who claims the figure is an 81-year-old Elvis.

In the caption for the video, which has been viewed nearly 700,000 times, The Shadow writes: “He raises his 2 fingers to the top of his left head as a proof of life signal. In Chaldean Numerology the numerical value of V sign in Numerology is: 9. Proof of life!!!….he told us he is alive with the simple V sign. Number 9 ,’I’m Alive’ He is giving us a clue that he knows we are all there watching him and to his most loyal fans that he is indeed with us.”

While some say the claims are “idiotic” and Elvis should be left to “rest in peace”, the belief that the King is out there looks unlikely to fade away.

Ever since HIV/Aids was first identified in the US in 1981, rumours have persisted as to its cause and origin.

One of the most outlandish theories that has nevertheless captured the imagination of conspiracists is that the deadly virus was created by the CIA to wipe out homosexuals and African Americans on the orders of US president Richard Nixon.

It boasts a number of high-profile supporters including former South African president Thabo Mbeki who once touted the theory, “disputing scientific claims that the virus originated in Africa and accusing the US government of manufacturing the disease in military labs” says Times magazine. Meanwhile, a number of prominent scientists, including former Nobel Peace Prize Kenyan ecologist Wangari Maathai, have also backed the theory.

There is evidence that the CIA connection was, in fact, created by the KGB as part of a Cold War disinformation campaign to discredit the US.

Dubbed Operation Infektion, the USSR published letters from “anonymous US official sources” in scientific journals and newspapers throughout the 1980s claiming that virus was a CIA experiment gone wrong. This initially remained within the medical community but as the epidemic grew, the theory took hold and persists to this day.

Despite this, most scientist and doctors agree that the virus jumped from monkeys to humans somewhere in the Congo during the 1930s.

Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 disappeared on 8March 2014 and has yet to be found despite an extensive search operation.

A little more than four months later, on 17 July 2014, another Malaysia Airlines flight, MH17, crashed in eastern Ukraine, near the Russian border after apparently having been shot down by a missile.

To most people the two tragedies looked like a terrible coincidence, but to conspiracy theorists there are no coincidences and MH370 and MH17 were in fact the same plane.

Worldtruth.tv is one of the many sites that argues that MH370 was hijacked and flown to US military base Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean.

The “US propaganda machine” then staged the shooting down of MH17 so that the Russians would lose credibility.

The theory fails to explain why the same propaganda victory could not have been achieved, assuming it was desired, simply by shooting down any passenger aircraft over the Ukraine-Russia border.Read our in-depth article on MH370 conspiracies here.

The “reptoid hypothesis” is a conspiracy theory which advances the argument that reptilian humanoids live among us with the intention of enslaving the human race. It has been championed by former BBC sports presenter David Icke, who believes the likes of Bob Hope, members of the royal family and former US presidents George W Bush and Bill Clinton are part of the “Anunnaki” race who came to earth for “monatomic gold”.

Critics accused Icke of anti-Semitism, alleging that his talk of reptiles was code for Jews but he clarified that the lizards to which he referred were literal, not metaphorical.

Remember the classic Paul is Dead conspiracy? The theory that Paul McCartney was killed in a car accident at the height of the Beatles’s fame and replaced by a lookalike? Well, the 21st century music industry now has its own twist on the tale. And in keeping with its modern origin, it’s a little more tech-savvy.

In recent years, a small but vocal subculture has argued that the Beyonce we all remember from the days when she was lead singer with Destiny’s Child has been replaced by a clone.

The outlandish theory was first spotted by The Root, which shared the following screenshot of a Facebook post showing the supposedly clear physical difference between the ‘old’ Beyonce and her cyborg replacement.

The Daily Dot has unearthed a video uploaded to YouTube showing the pop goddess at a basketball game behaving in a way considered a little bitclone-ish.

It’s far from the first conspiracy theory to involve Queen Bey, who was accused of faking her pregnancy and is frequently identified by Illuminati enthusiasts as one of the leading players in the so-called New World Order. But as far as we can tell, it’s easily the wackiest.

In 1947 claims that an “alien spacecraft” had landed in Roswell, New Mexico, were dismissed by the US military, which said the alien craft was merely a weather balloon.

Ufologists believe the spacecraft was taken into Area 51 a division of Edwards Air Force Base and the US government has been researching alien technology and life forms on the site ever since.

Video footage of an alleged “alien autopsy” has been shown to be fake, but Area 51 is known to be a secretive and heavily guarded base. The reasons, however, may be more earthly than the conspiracy theories suggest: the U-2 spy plane, and several other top-secret aircraft, were developed and tested here.

On 11 September 2001, four planes were hijacked by al-Qaeda and two of them were flown into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York, killing 2,996 people.

However, some believe that the attack was an inside job, orchestrated in order to cement the US’s place as the top global power or to secure the oil reserves in the Middle East.

Another theory is that the building’s owners were responsible for the event (they stood to gain $500m in insurance profits). For more detail, read our feature on the top ten 9/11 conspiracy theories.

Neil Armstrong’s giant leap kicked off one of the most persistent conspiracy theories of the 20th century – that the 1969 landings, and all those that followed, were faked by Nasa and that no human being has ever set foot on the surface of the moon.

Even though there is substantial evidence to the contrary (including moon rocks brought back to Earth and manmade objects left on the moon) some remain adamant that film director Stanley Kubrick was hired to produce the footage after his experience on 2001: A Space Odyssey.

In November 1963, John F Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. Lee Harvey Oswald, a former US Marine who defected to the Soviet Union before returning to the US, was accused of the crime but was shot dead before he could stand trial. But was he just a scapegoat? Did the real killers get away with murder?

No official investigation has turned up evidence of a conspiracy, but theories implicating everyone from the KGB to Jackie Kennedy continue to circulate. Read more about the JFK conspiracy theory here.

To the most dedicated conspiracy theorists, none of these plots on their own is sufficient to explain the sustained malevolence of the world in which we live. Instead, each one is a manifestation of what RationalWiki describes as “an interlocking hierarchy of conspiracies”, in which all the world’s events are controlled by a single evil entity.

It is a complex and self-reflexive premise: if it is correct, then it must be the case that awareness of the Grand Unified Conspiracy Theory is itself a part of the conspirators plan and so, of course, is this list.

Even the most rational people buy into conspiracy theories as a way of reacting to uncertainty and powerlessness in the modern world, says the New York Times. “Believers are more likely to be cynical about the world in general and politics in particular,” the paper says citing a 2010 study.

US psychologist Rob Brotherton, the author of Suspicious Minds: Why We Believe Conspiracy Theories, says many as 90 per cent of people acknowledge entertaining one conspiracy theory or another. “Given a handful of dots, our pattern-seeking brains can’t resist trying to connect them,” he says.

But Brotherton also suggests we shouldn’t be so quick to reject even the stranger notions. “Dismissing all conspiracy theories (and theorists) as crazy is just as intellectually lazy as credulously accepting every wild allegation,” he writes in the Los Angeles Times.

“If you had claimed, in the early 1970s, that a hotel burglary was, in fact, a plot by White House officials to illegally spy on political rivals and ensure President Nixon’s re-election, you might have been accused of conspiracy theorising,” he says.

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Theosophical Sources of David Icke’s Reptilian Theory …

Although most recently popularized by David Icke, the notions of the connection of a worldwide conspiracy orchestrated by Reptilian beings, like the UFO mythos itself, has its origins in Theosophy, the occult tradition founded by H. P. Blavatsky, godmother of the New Age movement, and pre-eminent personality of the Occult Revival of the late nineteenth century. Essentially, Icke, like other conspiracy researchers such as Jordan Maxwell, Michael Tsarion, and Acharya S, is an ardent critic of the Illuminati, but presents the myriad speculations of Theosophy as the truth being suppressed. All his main teachings are Theosophical, and therefore identical to those of the Illuminati, which is he is purportedly denouncing. H. P. Blavatskyi Alice Bailey As revealed in another excellent documentary by Chris White, called David Icke Debunked, Icke claims to be imparted with insights from a spiritual entity named Rakorski, who he also identifies with the name St. Germain, a notorious charlatan who was a key occult figure of the late eighteenth century, and regarded as a spiritual master of Freemasonry. Rakorski is none other than the Master Rakoczi of Alice Bailey, Blavatskys leading representative in the twentieth century, whose channeled information not only shaped much of the New Age, but guide many of the programs of the United Nations, which is seen to be the seat of World Government awaited with the coming of the Age of Aquarius. To Baily, Rakoczi is one of the Ascended Masters of Theosophy, the Lord of Civilization, whose task is the establishment of the new civilization of the Age of Aquarius. Icke calls Rakorski the Lord of All Creation, saying that he is directly responsible for the changes the earth will undergo. The concept of making contact with extra-terrestrial beings begins with the Occult Revival, when it became popular to conduct sances to make contact with lost relatives or long-gone famous personalities. Blavatsky contributed to this trend by claiming to be in contact with a beings she called Ascended Masters, who resided in the mystical city of Shambhala of Buddhist legend, led by Sanat Kumara, as King of the World, which she identified with Lucifer and the Fallen Angels. Alice A. Bailey believed that Sanat Kumara came to Earth 18,500,000 years ago from the etheric plane of the planet Venus, accompanied by 30 Lords of the Flame. Guy Ballard Thus the spirit channeling of the Occult Revival became the UFO contact of the twentieth century, a mythos that continued to be closely tied with Theosophy. Christopher Partridge wrote that the works of Bailey and Theosophy in general all influenced the so-called UFO religions.[1] UFO religions are groups which deal with alleged communication between humans and extra-terrestrial beings, and include the Aetherius Society, Church of the SubGenius, Heavens Gate, Industrial Church of the New World Comforter, Ralism and even the Nation of Islam. Partridge writes that the first UFO religion was the I AM Activity, founded by Guy Ballard, in 1930. Almost all communication from his Ascended Masters though came telepathically, or by appearing to him from the etheric plane. During his first encounter he met the ascended master St. Germain in a cave underneath Mount Shasta, who showed him a television set that could receive transmissions from the planet Venus. An I AM offshoot was the Church Universal and Triumphant, established in 1958 in Montana and led by Mark Prophet and later by Elizabeth Clare Prophet, where St. Germain was also a central figure. The movement gained media attention in the late 1980s and early 1990s while preparing for potential nuclear disaster. Mount Shasta Mount Shasta is a volcanic peak in northern California, which has long been rumoured to be inhabited by faeires and Sasquatch figures, known for frequent UFO sightings, and which contributed to the legend of the Reptilians. It was first brought to attention in a novel, A Dweller on Two Planets (1894), in which Frederick Oliver related information he received telepathically from Phylos the Tibetan. Olivers account, which discussed a hidden citadel of Atlantean Masters within the mountain, became popular with occult and Theosophical communities in America. Spencer Lewis Spencer Lewis, founder of the Rosicrucian order AMORC (Ancient Mystical Order Rosae Crucis), published Lemuria: The Lost Continent of the Pacific (1931), which claimed Shasta was riddled with caverns in which ancient Lemurian masters preserved their ancient wisdom. According to the ancient manuscripts allegedly in his possession, northern California was once part of Lemuria, a lost continent mentioned in the works of Blavatsky, where Shasta was among the highest mountains in the world, making it an ideal refuge for those seeking to escape the great Flood. A similar account was also put forward by Maurice Doreal, also known as Claude Dogginsor Dr. Doreal as he preferred to be called. In Denver about 1930, Doreal founded the Brotherhood of the White Temple, the first major occult movement to refer to Shambhala, which to Doreal was an underground city. Doreal claimed that as he was lecturing in Los Angeles in 1931, the year after Ballards experiences, he met two Atlanteans who transported him to a gigantic cavern twelve miles beneath Shasta.[2] Fearful of nuclear attack, he relocated the Brotherhood to a rockbound valley west of Sedalia, Colorado, in the late 1940s and early 1950s. Maurice Doreal Doreal was also in part responsible for the dissemination of the theory that linked UFOs to Reptoids. In a pamphlet called Mysteries of the Gobi, Doreal offered a revisionist history of the world, which featured an ancient war between human beings and a Serpent Race. The latter, he wrote, had bodies like man, but… heads… like a great snake and… bodies faintly scaled. They also possessed hypnotic powers that allowed them to shapeshift into human form.[3] Similar ideas appeared in a long poem, The Emerald Tablets, reputedly the work of Thoth, an Atlantean Priest-King. The work recalls a text by the same title prized by the Arab alchemists of the Middle Ages, who attributed it to an ancient Egyptian sage named Hermes Trismegistus, also identified with the god Thoth. Doreal claimed to have translated the work when he was given the tablets from the Great Pyramid of Egypt in 1925. In his accompanying commentary, Doreal adds a dire political warning about this Serpent Race: gradually, they and the men who called them took over the control of the nations.[4] H. P. Blavatskyi H. P. Lovecraft These ideas, suggests Barkun, author of A Culture of Conspiracy, may have originated with an obscure pulp fiction author, Robert E. Howard (1906 1936). Howard is regarded as the father of the sword and sorcery subgenre and is probably best known for his character Conan the Barbarian. In 1929, Howard published a story in Weird Tales magazine called The Shadow Kingdom in which the evil power was the snake-men whose adversary Kull came from Atlantis. These creatures had bodies of men but the heads of serpents, and like Doreals Serpent Race, had the capacity to shapeshift into human form. In Howards story they were thought to have been destroyed, but returned by insinuating themselves into positions of power. Howard became a member of The Lovecraft Circle, a group of writers all linked to H. P. Lovecraft, who consequently incorporated serpent men into his own work. Lovecraft (1890-1937) was an American author of weird fiction, is best known for his Cthulhu Mythos story cycle and the Necronomicon, a fictional grimoire of magical rites and forbidden lore. Stephen King called Lovecraft the twentieth century’s greatest practitioner of the classic horror tale.[5] Lovecraft constantly refers to the Great Old Ones, a pantheon of ancient, powerful deities from outer space who once ruled the Earth and founded ancient civilizations and were worshipped as gods. Lovecraft summed up the significance in The Call of Cthulhu, wherein a young man discovers the shocking secret of a race of aliens that served as gods to a strange cult: There had been aeons when other Things ruled on the earth, and They had had great cities. Remains of Them were still be found as Cyclopean stones on islands in the Pacific. They all died vast epochs of time before men came, but there were arts which could revive Them when the stars had come round again to the right positions in the cycle of eternity. They had, indeed, come themselves from the stars, and brought Their images with Them.[6] Although Lovecraft referred to Theosophical material as crap, he drew inspiration from the Book of Dzyan, which formed the basis of Blavatskys The Secret Doctrine, in developing the Cthulhu Mythos own account of pre-human or occult texts. Blavatsky claimed to have discovered the book, written in the language of Senzar in Tibet, where it was guarded by an Occult Brotherhood. Lovecraft declared that they antedate the earth, in The Diary of Alonzo Typer, in which he transformed Theosophys spirit Venusians into aliens who flew across the solar system in space ships to civilize planet Earth. Lovecrafts The Great Old Ones from the Cthulhu Mythos equate with The Great Old Ones of the Night Time, a phrase which occurs in rituals of the Golden Dawn. Crowleys disciple Kenneth Grant, head of the Typhonian Ordo Templi Orientis, suggested in his book The Magical Revival (1972) that there was an unconscious connection between Lovecraft and the Golden Dawns most notorious member, Aleister Crowley. Ernst Dickhoffs Agharta Also contributing to the Reptoid theory was the 1951 publication of Robert Ernst Dickhoffs Agharta, the underground realm of occult legend, closely associated with Shambhala. Dickhoff styled himself the Sungma Red Lama of the Dordjelutru Lamasery, though his lamasery was located in his New York City bookshop. Dickhoff referred to The Emerald Tablets, but without mentioning their translator Doreal. Dickhoff claims to have studied in Asia, from a Buddhist Lama who told him that the King of the World came from Venus, and initially inhabited a serpentine or reptilian form, but has since transformed into a human one, and asserts that this being is the serpent of the Bible. In addition, Dickhoff also wrote about humanoid serpent men who came from Venus, who exploited an pre-Flood tunnel system in order to infiltrate and capture Atlantis and Lemuria. Survivors of these sunken continents supposedly escaped to underground hideouts in Agartha and in the Antarctic Rainbow City. Although the serpent men were to have been defeated, they and their agents have infiltrated circles of political authority through their powers of mind control. The remaining reptilians lie in polar suspended animation, waiting for the moment to strike.[7] Paul Bennewitz The belief of reptilian aliens had begun to gain popularity in the 1990s, through the influence of Albuquerque physicist and businessman Paul Bennewitz, who was also involved in the infamous Majestic 12 (or MJ-12) documents hoax, and important contribution to the government cover-up myth. MJ-12 was the supposed code name of a secret committee of scientists and government officials formed in 1947 by an executive order of US President Harry S. Truman, purportedly to investigate the recovery of a UFO north of Roswell in 1947. As revealed by Greg Bishop in Project Beta, the earliest mention of the term MJ Twelve surfaced in a US Air Force Teletype message from 1980. Known as the Project Aquarius Teletype, it was given to Paul Bennewitz in 1980, by US Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) counterintelligence officer Richard C. Doty. It was part of a disinformation campaign to discredit Bennewitz, who had photographed and recorded electronic data of what he believed to be UFO activity over and nearby Kirtland AFB, a sensitive nuclear facility. Bennewitz reported his findings to officials at Kirtland, including Doty. Later it was discovered the Aquarius document was phony and had been prepared by Doty.[8] As Greg Bishop writes: Here, near the bottom of this wordy message in late 1980, was the very first time anyone had seen a reference to the idea of a suspected government group called ‘MJ Twelve’ that controlled UFO information. Of course, no one suspected at the time the colossal role that this idea would play in 1980s and ’90s UFOlogy, and it eventually spread beyond its confines to become a cultural mainstay.[9] What came to be known as the MJ-12 papers first appeared on a roll of film in late 1984, in the mailbox of television documentary producer Jaime Shandera, who had been collaborating with Roswell researcher William Moore since 1982. Moore had also been contacted by Doty in 1980, who described himself as representing a shadowy group of 10 military intelligence insiders who claimed to be opposed to the UFO cover-up. In January 1981, Doty provided Moore with a copy of the phony Aquarius document with mention of MJ-12. Moore would later claim in 1989 that he began collaborating with AFOSI in spying on fellow researchers such as Bennewitz, and dispensing disinformation ostensibly to gain the trust of the military officers, but in reality to learn whatever truth he could glean about UFOs, and how the military manipulated UFO researchers. Richard C. Doty Moore claims that he tried to push Bennewitz, who had been in a mental health facility on three occasions after suffering severe delusional paranoia, into a mental breakdown by feeding him false information about aliens. Later it would turn out that some of the UFO documents given to Moore were forged by Doty and compatriots, or were retyped and altered from the originals.[10] However, Bennewitz apparently became convinced he had located a secret alien facility that he called Dulce Base, after intercepting what he thought were electronic communications originating from alien spacecraft located outside of Albuquerque, New Mexico. According to his account, a treaty was brokered between the aliens and the US government, according to which the base was to be operated jointly by the aliens and the CIA. However, treaty violations on the part of the aliens led to open conflict. The aliens are of such power, however, that they cannot be removed. By 1982, Bennewitz had begun to spread his ideas about the Dulce base to others in the ufology community. Bennewitz wrote Project Beta in 1988, which was mostly concerned with how the base might be successfully attacked. In 1988, William F. Hamilton III and Jason Bishop III both visited Dulce and wrote extensively about the base. Hamilton described the aliens as small humanoid beings [that] may belong to the class we know as Reptilia rather than Mammalia. Bishop called them descendent [sic] from a Reptilian Humanoid Specie.[11] Thomas Edwin Costello, who claimed he had been a security guard at Dulce, called the aliens at Dulce reptilian humanoids. Dulce Base As Barkun also noted, the area had already attracted the attention of people interested in the paranormal. The Colorado-New Mexico border region had emerged as one of the major sites for the cattle-mutilation stories then current in the West. Dulce is also only about 150 miles from the Baca ranch in the San Luis Valley of southern Colorado, owned by Maurice Strong, which is one of the areas of most intense paranormal activity in the US. Strong, who has been heralded as the indispensable man at the center of the U.N.s global power, is also the Finance Director of the Lindisfarne Center. According to the authors of Dope Inc, Strong is also a top operative for British Intelligence and controls the Order of the Golden Dawn, which is now an international drug ring.[12] The San Luis Valley and northern New Mexico also happen to be regions where there has been discovered a tradition of secret Jews, descended from Spanish Marranos, and still secretly Catholic.[13] This may suggest a Kabbalistic and perhaps Sabbatean origin of the paranormal phenomena. Maurice Strong The modern history of unexplained occurrences at Baca began in the 1950s when green fireballs were reportedly seen by thousands, and even before that were rashes of UFOs that sound like what the Natives called spirit lights. So frequent are such reports in the valley that a UFO watchtower was erected. From the fall of 1966 through the spring of 1970 there were hundreds of unidentified flying object sightings and many of the first documented cases of unusual animal deaths ever reported, notes Christopher Obrien, in The Mysterious Valley, a website dedicated to a study of the strange occurrences and sightings in the region. According to Obrien, During peak UFO sighting waves in the late 1960s dozens of cars would literally line the roads watching the amazing aerial displays of unknown lights as they cavorted around the sky above the Great Sand Dunes/Dry Lakes area.[14] A mystic had informed Strong and his wife Hanna that the ranch, which they call the Baca, would become the center for a new planetary order which would evolve from the economic collapse and environmental catastrophes that would sweep the globe in the years to come. The first groups to join the Strongs in setting up operations at the site were the Aspen Institute and the Lindisfarne Association. The Baca is replete with monasteries, and Ashram, Vedic temple, Native American shamans, Hindu temple, ziggurat, and subterranean Zen Buddhist center. Shirley MacLaines astrologer told her to move to the Baca. Another of Strongs friends, Najeeb Halaby, a CFR member, former chairman of Pan American, and father of the Queen of Jordan, wife to Freemason King Hussein, has built an Islamic ziggurat at the Baca. Apparently, the Kissingers, the Rockefellers, the McNamaras, the Rothschilds also make their pilgrimage to the Baca.[15] The Illuminati, to Icke, are descended from ETs, called the Babylonian Brotherhood, reptilian humanoid beings from the constellation Draco, who live in tunnels and caverns inside the earth. In his book on the reptilians, Children of the Matrix, Icke also made extensive use of Maurice Doreals translation of the so-called Emerald Tablets, where he presented dire political warnings about a Serpent Race. According to Icke, the tablets were found in a Mayan temple where they had been deposited by Egyptian priests. Their supposed author, Thoth, had written them thirty-six thousand years ago in an Atlantean colony in Egypt. Based on the influence of Zecharia Sitchin, Icke argues that the reptilians are the race of gods known as the Anunnaki in the Babylonian creation myth, Enuma Elish. Arizona Wilder Icke and Swerdlow One of the main sources for David Ickes reptilian hypothesis is a woman who goes by the name of Arizona Wilder. But on her Facebook page, she apparently retracted anything she confessed to David Icke, claiming she was deliberately programed for the interview.[16] Another of David Icke’s sources for the reptilian theory is Stewart Swerdlow, who claims to have been a victim of a mind control operation at Montauk Point from the age of 14 in the early seventies, when he was one of the so-called “Montauk Boys. He claims to have personally witnessed Lawrence Gardner, author of Bloodlines of the Holy Grail, and conservative pundit William F. Buckley, shapeshift info reptilian form during human sacrifice rituals. Swerdlow also claims his great-uncle, Yakov Sverdlov, was the first president of the Soviet Union, and that his grandfather helped found the Communist Party in the United States in the 1930s. To ensure his loyalty to the US government, he says, he was recruited for specific government mind-control research, including 13 years at the Montauk Project, which was supposed to have enhanced his natural abilities.[17] Janet Diane Mourglia-Swerdlow, Swerdlow’s wife and partner in offering their psychic healing services, “sees and hears frequencies on all levels, an ability she ascribes of her mix of American Indian and Celtic ancestry, as well as her lineage from Mary Magdalene, which extends back through to the Waldensian heretics.[18] Icke is a classic example of the Aryan racism that typifies the channeled information of the occult. Icke teaches that Martians came to Earth and founded the Aryan race, which the reptilians used as a vehicle to overtake the planet, and that the Aryans who inhabited Atlantis were blond giants whose skin glowed white. As Atlantis was destroyed, our ultimate objective is to re-attain the powers we once had. According to Icke, we will enter the New Age by rediscovering our hidden psychological potential. Icke said, Many of you will remember the Atlantean times, you will remember you communicated with, say, dolphins and whales, you understood these sentient creatures, you could levitate, you could manifest things, you could cause spontaneous combustion by not miraculous means at all.[19] Icke is gifted with an affable charm that is the key to his popularity, and gives every impression that he is sincere. According to Nicholas Goodrick-Clark, author of Black Sun: Aryan Cults, Esoteric Nazism and the Politics of Identity, it is clear from Ickes book that he is a transmitter of this information rather than its originator. Who is then guiding Icke and his New Age following toward the beliefs of the millenarian-conspiracy cults?[20] He remarks that recent investigations by Matthew Kalman and John Murray of Open Eye magazine suggest that far-right and neo-Nazi groups are exploiting Icke to penetrate the Green and New Age movements. In his book The Robots Rebellion, Icke praised the popular New Age magazine Nexus, which has been exposed for its far-right links. Although formerly concerned primarily with Green issues and Third World causes, Nexus took up the subject of the U.S. Patriot movement under its new editor Duncan M. Roads. Roads visited Qaddafi in Libya in 1989, and is a close friend of the right-wing Qaddafi supporter and convert to Islam, Robert Pash. In the late 1970s, Pash was the Australian contact for the U.S.-based Aryan Nations and distributed material of the Ku Klux Klan. As chairman of the Australian Peoples Congress, Pash is also closely involved with the Australian League of Rights, an ultra-right anti-Semitic organization. Among Pashs other introductions to Libya is John Bennett, president of the Australian Civil Liberties Union, and an associate of Holocaust denier David Irving and Willis Carto. Bennet serves on the editorial committee of Carto’s Journal of Historical Review. Nexus British agent is also an admirer of David Irving and Holocaust denier.[21] The London-based New Age magazine Rainbow Ark maintains an influential relationship with Icke, printing excerpts of his work and helping to organize his lectures and meetings. The magazine betrays a wide range of far-right links. In particular is Donald Martin, the anti-Semitic publisher of Bloomfield Books, who is the leader of the British League of Rights. Donald Martin represents the Australian League of Rights that Robert Pash is involved in. Martin has also run the ultra-right British Federation for European Freedom and the UK arm of the CIA-connected World Anti-Communist League (WACL). Donald Martin has published in Spearhead, the magazine of John Tyndall, leader of the British National Party, who regards Martin as his ally in opposing immigration. Tyndall, an admirer of Sir Oswald Mosley, founder of the British Union of Fascists, was a former deputy to Colin Jordan of the neo-Nazi National Socialist Movement in the early 1960s, and corresponded with Savitri Devi, a leading figure in esoteric Hitlerism. In 2004, Tyndall joined in signing the New Orleans Protocol, written by David Duke, former Grand Wizard of the KKK. The editor of Rainbow Ark has steered Icke toward meetings with militant US patriots, and recommended Bloomfield Books. The same editor has hinted at their manipulation of Icke, by suggesting Icke wasnt ready for this yet, referring to a spoof document entitled Further Protocols, outlining plans of secret Zionism for the Goyim. Ultimately, David Ickes message like that of the New Age itself, spells consequences with fascist overtones, foreboding a new holocaust intended for the fundamentalists of Islam, Christianity, and Judaism, who refuse to adapt their age-old faiths for the ecumenism of the New Age movement. According to New Age or occult interpretation, the Atlanteans were destroyed because of their transgressions. Likewise, despite their wishy-washy claims of universal brotherhood and tolerance, the New Age warns of a coming confrontation with all those who resist the transformation promised by the Age of Aquarius. Betraying these same fascist tendencies, according to Alice Bailey, let us never forget that its the Life, its purpose and its directed intentional destiny thats of importance; and also that when a form proves inadequate, or too diseased or too crippled for the expression of that purpose, it isfrom the point of view of the Hierarchyno disaster when that form has to go. Death is not a disaster to be feared; the work of the Destroyer is not really cruel or undesirable Therefore, there is much destruction permitted by the Custodians of the Plan and much evil turned into good[22] Similarly, according to David Icke: I do not seek to hide the severity of this period of fundamental change. It will be tough for every one of us Many will return to light levels (die) in the wake of the physical events and the quickening vibrations. The Earth Spirit is already rising up the subplanes, and through the years ahead she will progress through the whole frequencies in her journey back to Atlantis and beyond… Those who cannot quicken their own vibrations through love and balance will find themselves out of synchronization with the environment around them. This process is already apparent.[22] [1] Christopher H. Partridge, UFO Religions. (Routledge, 2003), p. 89. [2] Michael Barkun, A Culture of Conspiracy: Apocalyptic Visions in Contemporary America. (Berkeley, Calif: University of California Press, 2003 2003) p. 115. [4] Barkun, A Culture of Conspiracy, p. 120. [5] Curt Wohleber, The Man Who Can Scare Stephen King, American Heritage Magazine. (December 1995) [6] Lovecraft, The Best of H.P. Lovecraft: Bloodcurdling Tales of orror and the Macabre, (Del Rey Books. New York, 1982), p. 88. [7] Barkun, A Culture of Conspiracy, p. 121. [8] Greg Bishop, Project Beta, 2005, Paraview/ Pocket Books (Simon & Schuster). [10] Jerome Clark, Unexplained!347 strange sightings, incredible occurrences, and puzzling physical phenomena, (Visible Ink Press, 1993), pp. 400, 402-403. [11] Barkun, A Culture of Conspiracy, p. 119. [12] Kalimtgis, Goldman & Steinberg, Dope Inc.: Britain’s Opium War Against the U.S, p. 25. [13] Jeff Wheelwright, The Secret Jews of San Luis Valley Smithsonian magazine (October, 2008). [20] Goodrick-Clarke. Black Sun, p. 292.

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David Icke explains his infamous theory why ‘Queen IS a …

The former BBC Grandstand presenter, who famously came out as a major conspiracy theorist during an interview with the late Sir Terry Wogan in 1991, was interviewed for a YouTube video shown by channel New World Order TV. In it, he cemented his claims that the British royal family are descended from a reptilian blood line. Icke subscribes to the Illuminati conspiracy theory that a secret society made up of the royals, political and business leaders actually pulls the strings of world, seemingly democratic governments, from behind the scenes. But, he adds to this that members of the Illuminati, including all world royal families, and high powered business, and political families are the descendants of ancient hybrids between reptilian aliens and humans. Icke was asked by the interviewer if he genuinely believed in the theory and where it stemmed from. He said: “Oh God yes. I did not sit in a dark room and come up with this theory nor go looking for it. “I have travelled and been to 50 countries to research it.” He said people all over the globe had provided the same evidence to back up the theory, including CIA insiders. He said: “It took the form of meeting people who tell of experiences of seeing people, often in positions of power, change from human from to a reptilian form and back again in front of their eyes.” Icke claimed that ancient texts across the world, including the Bible had accounts of reptiles interbreeding with humans to form these “hybrid bloodlines”. He said: “The hybrids became demi gods – part human, part god. They were obviously perceived as gods. “The hybrid blood lines were the ones that became the royal families of the worlds. “In the Chinese empire, they claim the right to be emperor because they are descended from the serpent god. “It is all founded on the myth of dragon and they all come from the reptilian connection to justify the right to rule. “Look at ancient texts and the Bible. Do you really think that the snake in the Garden of Eden was really a snake? “In texts around the world you find recurring these Garden of Eden situations involve reptilian entities. “The Hebrew name for snake means two-legged standing upright humanoid reptile.” Icke claimed interbreeding within the aristocracy was to ensure the bloodlines were not weakened. He said: “The head of state in the UK is only the head of state because of genetics or bloodline.” He said the bloodlines spread from the ancient world to the Roman Empire, to the aristocracies of northern Europe. He said: “The whole obsession of interbreeding among royals and big banking and political families is to hold the genetic structure together because it would quickly be diluted if they bred outside it.” In order to maintain control, Icke claimed the hybrids had to spread their bloodlines into top political and business families across the globe. Icke was asked where the reptilians originated from and said it was in space “from outside of the human frequency, the range of visible light.” He was also asked why, if shape-shifting lizards were running the world, was he able to talk about it and remain safe. He said: “There are also forces on this planet that do not want this. “Don’t get caught in the idea they are all powerful. “If they were all powerful they would have taken over a long time ago, but there is an illuminate of interbreeding families.” Icke was also asked what he thought of critics of this far-fetched theory. He said: “I don’t care if people believe it. I’m interested in what is going on not winning popularity contests.”

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David Icke – Those Conspiracy Guys

On this episode we talk about the wild white haired Isle of Wight wizard who fuels the daily fight against the invisible inter-dimensional lizard people who feed off our fear, David Icke. From second division goalkeeper to BBC sports presenter by way of a crippling case of arthritis, Icke made a name for himself in media in Britain and was practically a household name. He made a grave error however when he announced to the country on the Terry Wogan show that he was Son of the God Head and was ridiculed. This incident came after a swift bout with some spiritual delusional behaviour which saw him travel to Peru for a vision quest. He found his destiny among a small pile of rocks off the beaten path and had the knowledge of the universe downloaded into this mind by an ineffable force just in time to get home for tea. His knowledge and insertion in to the Green Party political circles saw Ickes esoteric star rise and his notoriety as a public speaker and anti-establishment figure rose. He was a prolific writer and took full advantage of the 90s era reemergence into the spiritual. He wrote of inter-dimensional forces and the cleaning of the soul; and using contemporary media imagery was able to create a mysterious cult following around him and his teachings. Tantamount to a religious leader Icke began giving lectures far and wide and now regularly fills such auspicious venues as Wembley Arena for mammoth 12 hour lecture sessions. The Archons or Lizard men or Anunnaki or whatever you want to call them, have been David Ickes signature conspiracy theory for quite some time and he is synonymous with accusations of prominent politicians and royalty of being in the evil Illuminati as he calls it. The massive body of work and dearth of knowledge Icke has is almost unmatched but we ask is it all a clever act using peoples desire for an areligious faith to get them through their hum drum lives with a bit of pomp, ceremony and alien spectacle? We discuss David early life and discovery of this valuable information and dissect some of his grander theories into their component parts.

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This Is The Best Evidence David Icke Is Right About …

We’re creating viewer supported news. Become a member! Probably one of the most challenging conspiracy theories of the past 30 years for people to digest is that of David Ickes theory that reptilian ETs are mixed in with the elite of our planet and have influence over how it is run. To be fair, this theory doesnt belong to David but was simply popularized by him. I challenge you to continue reading this with an open mind, you will be surprised as to how deep this actually goes. For the record, no Im not going to be talking about silly YouTube videos or photoshopped images showing reptile eyes belonging to the elite. Were only going to look at very real evidence anyone can verify. When I first realized the true magnitude of what the Popes Audience Hall design reveals, I was shocked.Despite 10 years of research into the elite, occult, Illuminati, consciousness, and more, this stuck outas something I just HAD to write about. Have you heard of the Popes Audience Hall? Also known asthePaul VI Audience Hall or the Hall of the Pontifical Audiences, it lies partially in Vatican City and partially in Rome, Italy. Named after Pope Paul VI andbuilt in 1971 by Italian architect Pier Luigi Nervi, itseats 6,300and contains a bronze statue called La Resurrezione, designed by Pericle Fazzini, within. This all sounds pretty straightforward so far, but lets dive into what makes this building so strange. Well start with the less weird, and get progressively weirder as we go. The building wasdesigned with reinforced concrete by well-known architect Pier Luigi Nervi. Nervi is known for simple yet practical designs that are strong and made to last. The simple curvature of the building might seem unassuming from the outside, but this is part one of what we will begin to explore about this building, and I promise you, by the time we get to the end, you will see what Im getting at. Have a look at the image below and compare its shape to the image of a snake beside it. Note the overall shape wide back, narrow, rounded front, eyes in the middle, nostril at the front, and curved top. As you can already begin to see in the image above, there are two windows on either side of the building that resemble eyes. They are made of stained glass and sit about halfway through the buildings length on either side. In the centre of the eye shape, you begin to see a slit that could resemble a reptile eye.If youre not convinced yet, which is understandable, keep reading. Maybe looking at one window on its own isnt the most clear, so lets have a look at both of them together now. All of a sudden we begin to see things taking shape here two reptilian eyes, staring at you as you observe the stage. Have a look again at the image above what do you notice down the centre? There stands what looksto be a statue in the middle and then on either side, two sharp, pointed fangs. The buildings roof and sides also resemble scales. Here are two more images to give you a sense of the scales. Now lets pull it together a bit more so we can really see what we are looking at. In the image below, really pay attention to the whole building and stage layout next tothe image of a snake. The eyes, the shape, the scales, the fangs, the look and feel of the reptile its all there. In the middle of the stage sits a statue of Christ rising from an atomic apocalypse.It was designed by Pericle Fazzini and put in place by 1977.Have a look at it below. Do you notice anything about Jesus head? Front Right side Left side Its difficult to see from the front, but when you view the statue from the sides, where patrons would sit, it becomes strikingly clear from both sides that the head of Jesus is meant to look like that of a snake. Think about it for a moment: If just one side of the statue gave the impression of a snakes head, we could brush this off as coincidence, but when it looks this way from all angles, and the entire buildingresemblesa snake as well, it becomes much more difficult to ignore. One must begin to realize that this was purposefully designed to appear this way. The thought and planning that went into this would have to have been immense. The reality is, there isan obvious reason for this imagery. You may be asking what that reason is; why was this building built in such a waythat the Popeappears to be speaking from the mouth of a reptile? Ifyou arent asking that question, youre simply turning a blind eye. Its not that the evidence isnt present, its that you are choosing not to see it. There areseven separate pieces that comprise the snake or reptile symbol. If it wereone or two I would understand your skepticism even three. But whenseven pieces come together so beautifully, so perfectly, you know beyond any shadow of a doubt thatit was intentional. Regardless, I know what Im saying may be difficultto accept, but all tough truths go through phases laughter and ridicule, partial acceptance, and then, eventually, they appear self-evident to the population.I believe we are getting closer to the third stage when it comes to understanding who truly runs and has influence over our world, which is why this snake symbolism exists here. Researchdemonstratesthere is a Deep Statethat largelygoverns our world a group of people that arent American, European, Russian, Canadian, etc., but beyond national identity, and theycontrol our entire world. It has been said for a long time that there is an extraterrestrial influence there as well. Not from all races of ETs, but from one in particular, the reptilians. Not all reptilians are defectors of the heart, but a group, just like a group of humans, that hasworked to influence this planet. I understand this sounds out there, but really think about it. There is more evidence for the reality of ETs than anyone could possibly imagine. There is a ton of evidence for a Deep State controlling things. Is it at all possible that these two realities are linked? Again,Im not saying allETs or even all reptilians are bad, but rather that perhaps a few are, and they are working with our governments. Even our own government officials have statedthey are well aware of ETs but simply havent told the public. As revealed by former Defense Minister of Canada Paul Hellyer: So they decided to do an investigation, and they investigated for three years, and they decided that, with absolute certainty, that four species, four different species, at least, have been visiting this planet for thousands of years. The knowledge governments have of ETs is immense, and whistleblowers have revealed this many times, with plenty of documentation behind them. You can watch the film Unacknowledged on Netflix to learn more about this. The reptilian influence over the Deep State theory is not new,and can be found in many traditions and cultures. But it has been popularized by the work of David Icke who, understandably, has received a lot of ridicule for it. Regardless of that, millions follow and believe in his work. I highly suggest reading more about this theory here. While at an event in California called Contact In The Desert, we interviewed David Wilcock, a longtime occult researcher. During the interview, he mentioned that the Elite/Illuminatibelieve they must convey their intentions to humanity in order to, in essence, get permission fromus to enact them. This manifests as rituals during mass sports events and symbolism found around society and in various popular industries like film and music. When you begin to consider what the Popes Audience Hall is truly saying, it becomes clear he isspeaking from the mouth of the snake. He stands in front of the mouth and speaks the words of the Elite to all those listening. The Elite are telling humanity via symbolism that this is whats happening. You can watch the full interview with David Wilcock here. It has been said and proposed by manyresearchers that Christianity, among most other religions, is usedto control themasses.While religious stories may hold some truth and convey helpful messages, their overall purpose is to lead people into a relationship with spirit that is disempowering. The guilt, judgement, and wrath that exist within religions are designed to control us, to take away our power. We must also realize that these religions are impure and that we have been turning a blind eye to this for some time. Look what happened with the coverup of Vatican child sex abuse scandals, for example. In the end, Im not asking you to believe everything being said here, but Im also not suggestingyou laugh it off. There are facts here that can be explored, but one has to go through the research. There is clearly something very intentional going on here and one doesnt spend many millions to design and build a very obvious snake within Vatican-owned buildings for no reason. Do your own research on the topic of reptilians, the Elite bloodlines, and what symbolism like this means. See how it feels for you. Allow your mind to be open to connect the dots as opposed to being closed and dismissive on something that doesnt sound like everyday life. Your life path number can tell you A LOT about you. With the ancient science of Numerology you can find out accurate and revealing information just from your name and birth date. Get your free numerology reading and learn more about how you can use numerology in your life to find out more about your path and journey. Get Your free reading.

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David Icke Conspiracy Realist | London Real

To some David Icke is a charismatic rebel fighting against the unseen powers which rule the world. To others he is a dubious figure deserving of scorn and ridicule. But whatever you may think of him, David is one of the worlds most prominent conspiracy theorists and has a global following to match. His controversial claims include that the world is run by a secret cabal of alien lizards who appear to us as well-known public figures. But there is more to him than meets the eye, Long before his theories became public he was a professional footballer and, later, a prime-time BBC presenter and journalist. So is he just another conspiracy crank? Or something else entirely? Join me and David in the London Real studio and decide for yourself.

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Facebook Ban David Icke As Crackdown On Alt. Media Begins

British conspiracy author David Icke has been permanently banned from Facebook as the social media giant begins its purge of alternative media websites. Ickes Facebook page, which had over 700,000 fans, was taken offline on Saturday after the social network complained he had violated one or more of the Facebook Pages Terms and Conditions. Were unable to see which of these were meant to have violated, as the screenshot here shows we have appealed the decision at 7.54am today and we will keep you updated with the progress, Mr Icke posted on his website. The removal of his Facebook page comes one year after Google and Facebook announced plans to crack down on alternative news websites in an effort to prop up failing mainstream news outlets. Under the guise of protecting the public against fake news, the internet giants will soon stop non-verified mainstream news outlets from monetising their contentby banning advertisements from appearing on them. Google will update its Adsense policies to banpages that misrepresent, misstate, or conceal information about the publisher, the publishers content, or the primary purpose, according to theWall Street Journal. The crack down comes amid complaints from mainstream media outlets such asCNNandBuzzfeedthat alt media websites arebiased and misleading, as they try todeflect attention away from their shameful coverage of the election season. Facebook recently faced harsh criticism after it admitted toroutinely deleting user accounts under orders of both the Israeli and U.S. governments. It was also forced to comply with new German legislation passed on January 1st, 2018, which forces the social media giant to censor offensive websites that embarrass or disrupt Chancellor Merkels government. A new Nazi-style censorship law will force Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other social media sites to remove content the government arbitrarily deem to be hate speech. A new German law named The Netzwerkdurchsetzungsgesetz (NetzDG) came into effect on the 1st Janary, 2018, after passing at the end of June 2017.

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David Icke: Conspiracy of the Lizard Illuminati (Part 1/2 …

Conspiracy theorist David Icke takes us to a local satanic execution site and discusses the plot of the secret lizard illuminati. We traveled to the Isle of Wight to meet the most iconic conspiracy theorist on Earth, David Icke. A former professional goalkeeper and television presenter, David Icke found international fame back in the 90s when he began uncovering a secret lizard illuminati plot. Icke discovered that a race of shape-shifting lizards has been masquerading as presidents and monarchs for centuries while planning to crush the planet. In Part 2, Icke takes VICE host Kevin Morpurgo to the site of a local Satanic execution and explains what the global cabal of pedophile aliens has to do with Stanley Kubrick and Bill Clinton. Watch part 2/2 here: http://bit.ly/David-Icke-2 Hosted by Kevin Morpurgo | Originally aired in 2012 on http://VICE.com For more great interviews click here: http://bit.ly/VICE-Interviews Subscribe for videos that are actually good: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICECheck out our full video catalog: http://www.youtube.com/user/vice/videosVideos, daily editorial and more: http://vice.comLike VICE on Facebook: http://fb.com/viceFollow VICE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/viceRead our tumblr: http://vicemag.tumblr.com

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‘Paul McCartney is dead’ and 10 more conspiracy theories – The Week UK

In the post-truth internet age conspiracy theories seem to be blossoming. Here are some of the most intriguing and bizzare: One of the most unusual pop-culture conspiracy theories concerns a member of the Fab Four. Beatles legend has it that Paul McCartney secretly died in 1966, at the height of the band’s fame, and that the other three members covered it up by hiring someone who looked and sang like him. Beatlemaniacs point to numerous clues in the band’s later albums as proof of this. The Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band album is, they claim, awash with “Paul is dead” clues such as the lyrics to A Day in the Life, which featured the line “He blew his mind out in a car” and the recorded phrase “Paul is dead, miss him, miss him,” which becomes evident only when the song is played backward. Lennon also mumbled, “I buried Paul” at the end of “Strawberry Fields Forever” although he later denied there was any hidden meaning in the lyrics and what he was actually saying was “cranberry sauce”. Much is also made of The Beatles’ use of imagery after 1966. The original cover of 1966’s Yesterday and Today album featured the Beatles posed amid raw meat and dismembered doll parts – “symbolising McCartney’s gruesome accident” says Time Magazine. The magazine also claims that “if fans placed a mirror in front of the Sgt Pepper album cover, the words Lonely Hearts on the drum logo could be read as “1 ONE 1 X HE DIE 1 ONE 1.” Most famously, there is the Abbey Road album cover in which John Lennon, dressed in white, leads a “funeral” procession across the street. Ringo follows in black as a mourner with George in jeans representing a grave digger. Paul McCartney walks out of step with the rest of band and barefoot as, some had it, he would have no need of shoes in the afterlife. Music legend Elvis Presley died on 16 August 1977 – or did he? If the latest conspiracy theory is to be believed, the King of Rock and Roll faked his own death and now works as a groundsman in Graceland. Grainy footage of a bearded man has been posted on YouTube by “The Shadow”, who claims the figure is an 81-year-old Elvis. In the caption for the video, which has been viewed nearly 700,000 times, The Shadow writes: “He raises his 2 fingers to the top of his left head as a proof of life signal. In Chaldean Numerology the numerical value of V sign in Numerology is: 9. Proof of life!!!….he told us he is alive with the simple V sign. Number 9 ,’I’m Alive’ He is giving us a clue that he knows we are all there watching him and to his most loyal fans that he is indeed with us.” While some say the claims are “idiotic” and Elvis should be left to “rest in peace”, the belief that the King is out there looks unlikely to fade away. Ever since HIV/Aids was first identified in the US in 1981, rumours have persisted as to its cause and origin. One of the most outlandish theories that has nevertheless captured the imagination of conspiracists is that the deadly virus was created by the CIA to wipe out homosexuals and African Americans on the orders of US president Richard Nixon. It boasts a number of high-profile supporters including former South African president Thabo Mbeki who once touted the theory, “disputing scientific claims that the virus originated in Africa and accusing the US government of manufacturing the disease in military labs” says Times magazine. Meanwhile, a number of prominent scientists, including former Nobel Peace Prize Kenyan ecologist Wangari Maathai, have also backed the theory. There is evidence that the CIA connection was, in fact, created by the KGB as part of a Cold War disinformation campaign to discredit the US. Dubbed Operation Infektion, the USSR published letters from “anonymous US official sources” in scientific journals and newspapers throughout the 1980s claiming that virus was a CIA experiment gone wrong. This initially remained within the medical community but as the epidemic grew, the theory took hold and persists to this day. Despite this, most scientist and doctors agree that the virus jumped from monkeys to humans somewhere in the Congo during the 1930s. Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 disappeared on 8March 2014 and has yet to be found despite an extensive search operation. A little more than four months later, on 17 July 2014, another Malaysia Airlines flight, MH17, crashed in eastern Ukraine, near the Russian border after apparently having been shot down by a missile. To most people the two tragedies looked like a terrible coincidence, but to conspiracy theorists there are no coincidences and MH370 and MH17 were in fact the same plane. Worldtruth.tv is one of the many sites that argues that MH370 was hijacked and flown to US military base Diego Garcia in the Indian Ocean. The “US propaganda machine” then staged the shooting down of MH17 so that the Russians would lose credibility. The theory fails to explain why the same propaganda victory could not have been achieved, assuming it was desired, simply by shooting down any passenger aircraft over the Ukraine-Russia border.Read our in-depth article on MH370 conspiracies here. The “reptoid hypothesis” is a conspiracy theory which advances the argument that reptilian humanoids live among us with the intention of enslaving the human race. It has been championed by former BBC sports presenter David Icke, who believes the likes of Bob Hope, members of the royal family and former US presidents George W Bush and Bill Clinton are part of the “Anunnaki” race who came to earth for “monatomic gold”. Critics accused Icke of anti-Semitism, alleging that his talk of reptiles was code for Jews but he clarified that the lizards to which he referred were literal, not metaphorical. Remember the classic Paul is Dead conspiracy? The theory that Paul McCartney was killed in a car accident at the height of the Beatles’s fame and replaced by a lookalike? Well, the 21st century music industry now has its own twist on the tale. And in keeping with its modern origin, it’s a little more tech-savvy. In recent years, a small but vocal subculture has argued that the Beyonce we all remember from the days when she was lead singer with Destiny’s Child has been replaced by a clone. The outlandish theory was first spotted by The Root, which shared the following screenshot of a Facebook post showing the supposedly clear physical difference between the ‘old’ Beyonce and her cyborg replacement. The Daily Dot has unearthed a video uploaded to YouTube showing the pop goddess at a basketball game behaving in a way considered a little bitclone-ish. It’s far from the first conspiracy theory to involve Queen Bey, who was accused of faking her pregnancy and is frequently identified by Illuminati enthusiasts as one of the leading players in the so-called New World Order. But as far as we can tell, it’s easily the wackiest. In 1947 claims that an “alien spacecraft” had landed in Roswell, New Mexico, were dismissed by the US military, which said the alien craft was merely a weather balloon. Ufologists believe the spacecraft was taken into Area 51 a division of Edwards Air Force Base and the US government has been researching alien technology and life forms on the site ever since. Video footage of an alleged “alien autopsy” has been shown to be fake, but Area 51 is known to be a secretive and heavily guarded base. The reasons, however, may be more earthly than the conspiracy theories suggest: the U-2 spy plane, and several other top-secret aircraft, were developed and tested here. On 11 September 2001, four planes were hijacked by al-Qaeda and two of them were flown into the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York, killing 2,996 people. However, some believe that the attack was an inside job, orchestrated in order to cement the US’s place as the top global power or to secure the oil reserves in the Middle East. Another theory is that the building’s owners were responsible for the event (they stood to gain $500m in insurance profits). For more detail, read our feature on the top ten 9/11 conspiracy theories. Neil Armstrong’s giant leap kicked off one of the most persistent conspiracy theories of the 20th century – that the 1969 landings, and all those that followed, were faked by Nasa and that no human being has ever set foot on the surface of the moon. Even though there is substantial evidence to the contrary (including moon rocks brought back to Earth and manmade objects left on the moon) some remain adamant that film director Stanley Kubrick was hired to produce the footage after his experience on 2001: A Space Odyssey. In November 1963, John F Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. Lee Harvey Oswald, a former US Marine who defected to the Soviet Union before returning to the US, was accused of the crime but was shot dead before he could stand trial. But was he just a scapegoat? Did the real killers get away with murder? No official investigation has turned up evidence of a conspiracy, but theories implicating everyone from the KGB to Jackie Kennedy continue to circulate. Read more about the JFK conspiracy theory here. To the most dedicated conspiracy theorists, none of these plots on their own is sufficient to explain the sustained malevolence of the world in which we live. Instead, each one is a manifestation of what RationalWiki describes as “an interlocking hierarchy of conspiracies”, in which all the world’s events are controlled by a single evil entity. It is a complex and self-reflexive premise: if it is correct, then it must be the case that awareness of the Grand Unified Conspiracy Theory is itself a part of the conspirators plan and so, of course, is this list. Even the most rational people buy into conspiracy theories as a way of reacting to uncertainty and powerlessness in the modern world, says the New York Times. “Believers are more likely to be cynical about the world in general and politics in particular,” the paper says citing a 2010 study. US psychologist Rob Brotherton, the author of Suspicious Minds: Why We Believe Conspiracy Theories, says many as 90 per cent of people acknowledge entertaining one conspiracy theory or another. “Given a handful of dots, our pattern-seeking brains can’t resist trying to connect them,” he says. But Brotherton also suggests we shouldn’t be so quick to reject even the stranger notions. “Dismissing all conspiracy theories (and theorists) as crazy is just as intellectually lazy as credulously accepting every wild allegation,” he writes in the Los Angeles Times. “If you had claimed, in the early 1970s, that a hotel burglary was, in fact, a plot by White House officials to illegally spy on political rivals and ensure President Nixon’s re-election, you might have been accused of conspiracy theorising,” he says.

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