David Icke: Was He Right?

I think I may have burnt myself out. Normal service will resume in due course. In the meantime, enjoy this, broadcast in 2005 on UK Channel 5:

You may also be interested in the follow-up interview between Wogan and Icke in 2006, where Wogan is somewhat apologetic, which is great for me because I really like Wogan and I always thought that he was quite astonishingly rude back in 1991. Seems that 2005/6 was the high-point of mainstream rehabilitation of Icke – be interesting to see where it goes after this October’s Wembley event:

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…

Ancient Aliens

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The ancient astronaut thesis, despite von Daniken being roundly discredited, remains popular. Zacharia Sitchin‘s 12th Planet and its sequels argue that the Babylonian creation epic Enuma Elish, as well as other texts including Genesis, record memories of ETs visiting Earth at an early stage of human development. These aliens, called the Annunaki, originate on a planet called Niburu which orbits the Sun on a 3,600 year orbit, and is thus unknown to contemporary science. His books have been very influential upon metaphysical conspiracist narratives.

The following videos are of a series of “documentaries” on the ancient astronaut thesis which were produced by the History Channel in 2008. 12 more episodes after the jump.

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