Revelations of a Mother Goddess

Sorry for the lack of updates of late – I am astonishingly busy in the meat-world, but I’ll have some new writing for you all soon.

In the meantime, here’s another David Icke rarity – his 2002 video presenting the account of Arizona Wilder, a Californian woman who claims to have been the victim of psychological torture by the reptilian elites. She claims to have had a split personality induced through trauma, and that the other personality was a sex-toy for politicians including George Bush. Grab a drink, and strap yourself in – it’s going to be a bumpy ride…

2 thoughts on “Revelations of a Mother Goddess

  1. Jim Boyle May 24, 2012 / 6:22 am

    Yeah..I really had a problem believing 9/10 ths of this when I watched it years ago ( most people willing to come out of the closet on bizarre experiences usually get above 50%, for me at least ). The infamy it mostly brings would indicate the driving force to relate the narrative is stronger than the fear of ridicule. Not an easy thing to overcome in human behavior. Something may indeed have happened to her but I don’t think much of the answer to what it was lies in her narrative.

    • adamkadmon May 24, 2012 / 7:55 am

      Hi Jim. It’s like we were talking about at the weekend – there’s a huge difference between someone who has a strange experience saying that it de-stabilises the certainty of the nature of their other experiences, and someone like Icke, who uses the (alleged) strange experience of one other person to construct a huge explanatory narrative.
      I’m also extremely dubious about memories recovered in hypnosis, which is what I suspect we’re seeing here.

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