posted on Apr, 14 2016 @ 10:12 AM
David Icke famously described The British Royal Family as having been part of some kind of ritual sacrifice shape changing acts. (If not ritual
sacrifice, then eating animals and humans, it seems, in the shape shifted form of reptilians.)
I'm sure David has had much attention about this through the years and might tend to disregard people who still bring it up, perhaps
Though I'm very much interested in what it means, and have always wanted to ask and have an answer I could keep.
I'm not sceptical of what Icke says here, particularly. I have experienced many things, myself, while I seem to think more and more lately that all,
normal or abnormal, add up to nothing more or not much more than a pre-written story to be enacted, anyway. Pre-determinism without sense.
One thing I remember is that David later said he didn't actually think The Royal Family really were actual lizards.
(And I guess people have threatened him at times with referring mental health people to him to listen to what he says - a special branch of the
thought police. So he has to be wary anwyay. Remembering the British working definition of thought disorders and schizophrenia, being delusional, can
be only that you have experiences or see things which other people don't. For that sector, it's not even a question of if what you claim really
happened or didn't - it only needs to be a matter of social upset and non-compliance for they to take action. And I know these people are used
frequently by powerful people - from Jimmy Saville when he was alive - I remember - to anyone with an Illuminati style attitude.)
But, these things aside, I'd like to ask David what inter-dimensional really means? And if he thinks that the standard, visible plain or dimension we
are used to most overtly, holds any special worth in itself? Or could it even be a sham, more or less totally? What I wonder is, if there is any
potential for this standard dimension we are used to to be really genuine. For more and more, I tend to feel thst is not the case. I tend to feel that
any dimension so shammed consistently cannot be anything in itself at the end of the day. And indeed at the start - which I think may be where the
problems came from. In that we are born with a false delusion over that this experienced dimension - this universe, if you like, is something special.
Created by God, if you like. Isn't this a complete fallacy, though? If it can be so hijacked, surely it was only ever a delusion that it had any
potential for the here and now anyway? Isn't it only a delusion that this is God made, God's place? When most animals in order merely to stay here,
alive, find they have to kill another animal, end its unique, precious identity and distinct consciousness on earth. There are exceptions, animals and
those who can "opt out" - including many modern humans. But not all, depending on location & circumstances.
Are people mad in thinking there is anything worthy, or much really potentially worthy even, in the here and now here? (Not meaning the self, or other
'selves' of value, but rather, the place, dimension, context itself, whatever it is, if it has even the potential to be known in terms where it is not
Returning to the Royals, sacrificial reptilian priests of human flesh, or shape-shifting lizards simply having their natural dinners, first I want to
ask could it be that they are controlled against their wills by powerful, evil entities?
Secondly, if animals eat animals, pretty typically, and shape-shifting lizards eat humans (shape-shifting lizards, being shape-shifting lizards after
all and perhaps not able to help being a species which they are), is it so bad?
Is it bad?
Is the human eating ritual? And is it about manifesting dominance, if so, rather than merely having lunch of frog's legs, deer, lamb and duck stew,
and, oh, a portion of human?
Can it not be the context which is the problem, or perhaps the dimension, if it is accurate to use that word?
These are serious questions.
I am not (at least when I'm best aware, so I add I hope) a shape-shifter nor a cannibal nor human eater (nor even a meat eater as I'm vegetarian for a
number of years except for odd deviations I cannot seem to help, having grown up eating flesh.)
I'd really appreciate it if you could put these questions to David.
I have a feeling our words might not be able to describe everything satisfactorily, which, unfortunately only makes one more hungry for the real, or
unreal but actual (if that makes sense) truth.