Thanks for the link, it was an interesting interview so far (just got upto the call-in part which I'm gonna check out tomorrow).
The interesting thing I find about Mr. Icke is that so much of what he says makes complete sense, yet there is still the event factor that he seems to
include any and everything in his 'theory of everything' conspiritoral - regardless of how much evidence there is to support it - This I feel is his
biggest enemy, his laise fair attitude towards proveable, concrete evidence.
I am with him all the way in his theories of globalisation though, it's everywhere around us and it's effects can be seen by all.
One thing he did speak about, which was also in his last book, was about frequencies. This definately resonated with me, you know when you read
something, and it rings true?
He speaks about how, the Universe is more than we see, we only overtly experience certain frequencies, which make up this physical world - yet other
dimensions exist on frequencies outside our range, and thus we co-exist with them, interact even, yet we aren't aware (for the greater part).
Like a radio or TV is tuned to a certain station - you're listening to BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 2 is still there, it hasn't stopped broadcasting, just
your radio isn't tuned into it's frequency.
So the theory goes, the human body is simply an organ device tuned into certain frequency ranges - we see, hear, touch, smell, taste these
frequencies, and they make up our world. As David says, like a dog can hear frequencies we can't, we aren't tuned into those frequencies.
This got me to thinking, about the media and also emotions. I was in the bath, always the best place for new ideas
I was thinking how maybe emotions are frequencies too - as well as all our other senses, maybe the brain 'tunes in' to a certain emotional frequency
when it receives a certain variable of inputs (a loved one dies = sadness, winning the lottery = happiness) - If those higher up know this, then the
tools of marketing (the tool of commerce and globalisation) become a little more interesting.
Everyone knows sex sells, but maybe by being sexually aroused, by tuning into that frequency, we are more susceptible to being told to do something
('buy this product' for example) because our defences are down - This isn't new is it, I mean advertisers know sex sells, that's why the use
And also then thinking about the news, how events like 9/11 and the recent Tsunami cause global emotional trauma (facilitated by the mass media and
their reports). If an event like 9/11 was constructed (conspiritorially) then maybe the mass-trauma was to 'sell' something - i.e. the War on Terror
and invasion of Iraq, even xenophobia, and fear for personal safety - thus making people less resistent to new legislation that restricts personal
freedoms - as we have seen since 9/11.
Again, this isn't new - This pretty much ties in with the theories we discuss everyday on this site, but to tie it into the frequencies theory, it
means maybe those in power know about this multi-frequency state and are manipulating the masses - 'frequently' (!)
I then got to thinking, if certain chemicals in the brain are abundant/depleted, it has an effect on us - i.e. happiness/euphoria or depression.
Depression is treated chemically with drugs which inhibit/replace certain chemicals in the brain no? So what we input into our biological frequency
modulator (or body!) has an effect on what frequencies we tune into - whether it be food or drugs. So you could say, the ingredients in food and
chemicals (prescription drugs, illegal drugs, chemicals in the air/food, etc) facilitate certain levels of chemicals in the body that induce tuning of
certain emotional frequencies.
So maybe all the brain is, is a tuner for frequencies. Maybe like in the Matrix, once we know the rules of the Matrix, we can bend them - there are
tons of extra-ordinary tales of people doing in-human feats, maybe they (unknowingly) broke the rules of our world - which may simply be they
experienced frequencies outside the normal range of experience.
I dunno where I'm really going with this, it was just the whole thing about 'frequencies' really got my mind whurring, I guess if you wanted a
conclusion it could be that David Icke isn't the complete loon many of us think he is - He says a lot of the very same things we discuss day in day
out on this site. I won't say all his theories are plausable or sound, but I don't dismiss everything he says just because I may not agree with all
Edit: Just some spelling mistakes - I do write fast off the top of my head, and leave a few glaring gramatical errors!
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