posted on Jan, 19 2006 @ 03:40 AM
After all he was the catalyst for the 'illumination' of Adam and Eve. That proposal is only partly serious. I don't have an opinion on the ethics
of the illuminati at the moment, likely because I don't have a solid opinion on whether the accusations and depictions of them are credible. The
actual existence of the Illuminati as has been described is still up in the air for me. I feel that many of the clandestine networks which are
alleged to exist among the world's global elite do exist, and that they conspire together in a common goal of remaining members of the global elite.
If they can influence events, legislation, public opinion, etc. in a behind the scenes manner, so that it is to their benefit, I feel that they will.
It might not be boy scout-type behaviour, but I still think that it is likely that they do it. As for the ancient, arcane, mystical, esoteric
overtones, who knows. I don't.
But, I do know a bit about Icke. I have read a couple of his books, and attended one of his talks. Sure some of his claims are incredible, but, that
does not change the rest of the information he presents. I agree with the first post, and feel that he has done a lot of good research and presents
alot of interesting information that has a lot of evidential support. I hope he's off base with the reptilian overlord stuff, cuz if it's true,