posted on Mar, 5 2005 @ 11:32 AM
I have to agree with the people who are shut off by the reptilian thing.
Classic paranoia - if you can swallow this one pill, that "they" are out to get you, everything else makes sense. But shape shifting baby eating
pedophile reptilians - that's a very large and very sour pill.
I read Icke for the same reasons I read Immanuel Velikovsky, Eric Von Daniken - good research but bad conclusions. I just want the research, I'll
draw my own conclusions.
But: Another book provides an interesting perspective. You may wish to read "Behind the lodge door" by Paul A. Fisher, Ed.D Bottom line: Dr Fisher
wanted to know why his Catholic school students couldn't ride the public school buses to their school, despite the fact that their parents pay
property taxes which funds those buses.
His conclusions: There was a deliberate campaign to close down Catholic schools, which taught things not taught in public schools. A successful
campaign. At one time there were more Catholic than public schools in this country.
"Perhaps most stunning of all is the book's revelation regarding the fraternity's successful efforts, beginning in 1940 and continuing through
1971, to shape U.S. Supreme Court' First Amendment religious clauses decisions and, thus change America's previous Christian orientation to an
ambience that is almost totally secular and, more or less, hostile to Christian values."
So we were all funneled through a school system which teaches us what is acceptable belief, and what is not. No competition to tell us otherwise.
Ergo, we are conditioned to avoid public espousal of unconventional beliefs, because those around us who are better conditioned, but not necessarily
better informed, will exert pressure to keep us in line.