Every once in a while, we read a book or see a movie, or meet a person that gets us to really *think* about things. To entertain thoughts we might not otherwise have encountered. To “think outside the box.”
The researcher David Icke is one such person.
Much of the information David presents, I can vouch for. I have done my own research and independently validated the accuracy of many of his statements.
Some of the information he presents, I cannot prove. Nor does it seem probable. Yet I cannot “disprove” it either and it is thought-provoking!
For example, if you do a layman’s study of Quantum physics, you will quickly begin to encounter some very strange theories – Here is a link to ten of them:
Here is an excerpt:
“In attempts to solve the measurement problem in quantum physics (see above), physicists frequently run into the problem of consciousness. Though most physicists try to sidestep the issue, it seems that there is a link between the conscious choice of experiment and the outcome of the experiment. Some physicists, most notably Roger Penrose, believe that current physics cannot explain consciousness, and that consciousness itself has a link to the strange quantum realm.”
David Icke’s theories are complex, and not something that can be conveyed quickly or simply. He speaks about a wide range of subjects, yet they are all related.
Here he is with a quick (and very accurate) summary of our modern “News Media”
Now here is a brief excerpt of Icke talking about predictions he has made:
Here is Icke recollecting the derision he met when he first “came out” with some of his theories:
If you are interested in learning more, I suggest you rent from Netflix David Icke’s lecture DVD’s called “Secrets of the Matrix” and also “The Freedom Road.”
Of course, you can also get his books and videos from: http://www.davidicke.com/index.php/
Is David Icke infallible? Are his “theories” 100% correct? I doubt it. I don’t think anyone has “got it all figured out” (your humble author included). However, David Icke does offer some profound insights that I believe are worthy of consideration.
Some come to knowledge by arduous study of history, politics, quantum mechanics, philosophy, archeology, ancient religions, human psychology and esoteric texts. Others come to knowledge by simply keeping an open mind and listening to new ideas. Either way, if you are willing to let go of what you think “is” and “is not” possible, you can stumble upon ideas so extraordinary that the “ordinary” everday world will never quite seem that way to you again.
I hope you will choose to take that journey.