posted on May, 9 2005 @ 07:16 AM
Regarding the holographic universe (The Matrix as Icke says - which is only his way of conveying quite a complicated idea in simple terms, taking the
metaphor from the popular movie).
This is not an invention of Icke's, the holographic universe is part of quantum physics.
Have a quick trip round Google, or Amazon, and you will find A LOT of information and literature about quantum physics theories and the holographic
When you start to think about it, it's not actually as outlandish as it initially sounds - fantastic yes, but not crazy.
We know there are things we cannot see and hear - at it's most basic: we can't see the wind, but we feel it on our face.
One step on: Ultra-violet light, high frequencies of sound (like dogs can hear).
That's the simple basis for discovering the holographic universe is quite a realistic and sensible theory to explain our world and experiences.
Everything is energy, and how we experience it depends on it's frequency/vibration. If the vibrational frequency of that energy is outside the
parameters that our body allows us to experience (like ultra-violet light) - then we are oblivious, consciously, to it's existence.
Now Icke's theories regarding the 4th dimensional reptiles and the shapeshifting (not saying that they are fact, or as strong a theory as the
holographic universe) - his theories about these can be explained this way.
We cannot see/touch/smell/taste/hear the 4th dimensional frequencies, so we don't know it is there - but that doesn't mean it doesn't exist, just
the way we are 'plugged into' *this* dimension means the 4th dimensional frequencies fall outside OUR frequency range - that range of frequencies
that the body can experience.
Regarding the shapeshifting - now going along with this - What if the 'Illuminati' (a name I'm using as a cover-all phrase for the
NWO/Reptiles/Whomever is in charge) - What if these people have, and always have had, this knowledge? If they are interacting somehow with the 4th
dimension - basically they know how to interact with frequencies outside the regular human frequency-band, then all their rituals, maybe these are
ways of communicating, or opening channels with the frequencies outside our range? If beings exist on these frequencies outside our range, then are
these ways of interacting with them in some way?
Since the physical body is merely a frequency of vibrational energy - Shapeshifting could simply be a way of altering the human perception of certain
frequencies. We believe the world is physical, and we know something physical, like a rock, or a human, cannot change into something else, or alter
it's form without some sort of outside interaction - but if it's just energy with a frequency, change the vibrational frequency, change the
There was a thread a while back in the Ancient Civilisations forum where there was a quote about how the Reptiles could be 'unmasked' with the use
of sound. I've also read (in the same forum) stories of Tibetan monks using musical instruments to move giant rocks.
Fantastical? Yes - but if the rock is merely a certain frequency range - if the frequency range is altered or interacted with in some way (using
certain sound freqencies for example) - maybe the physical 'rules' of the rock (gravity) can be bent.
I don't think Icke has enough evidence, other than tying historical stories and symbolic/artistic use of reptillian imagery to 2nd-hand eye-witness
reports from people he has met on his travels, to make a decent case for his theories - BUT the holographic universe theory of quantum physics
definately explains how his otherwise outlandish theories can be explained with mainstream physics.