A bunch of interviews with David Icke right here:
Everything David Icke says seems possible after he introduces you to the holographic universe theory. And who's to say what's not possible? There
are so many people that you just pass by each day that could be into anything. Witchcraft, voodoo, whatever. We only come in contact with a small
percentage of people and most of the people that you do come in contact with won't discuss their "spirituality" with you (if they are spiritual)
unless they feel you're open to it.
I've seen some crazy things, done some crazy things, and heard some crazy stories and after a lot of research none of the things that I've done,
seen done, and heard done seemed crazy anymore. In fact it seems anything is possible and I do mean anything. The only conclusion I can come to
after all of the research I've done is that we do come from "infinity", we are a part of infinity (There's no way you can separate yourself from
infinity. But since this Universe is one of infinite possibilities, you can create the illusion that you're not a part of infinity just by
believing it), and just as you're able to manifest a thought in your mind seemingly out of nowhere or start dreaming and get caught up in it, so can
the infinite mind from which we came from (and which we are).
And what have religions all over the world been saying for centuries? This is an illusion. A "crystallized dream" if you will. And the only thing
that crystallizes this dream are our beliefs in it's reality. Some studies have been done where a group of believers and non-believers in psychic
phenomena were separated into two groups and were given the same tests where they were supposed to guess which card was hidden out of a choice of five
cards they were shown previously. Well, the believers scored significantly higher than chance would permit and the non-believers scored significantly
lower than chance would permit. More evidence your experiences on Earth are dictated by your beliefs.
If you want to experience this "reality" more realistically than previously, eliminate your thoughts and beliefs about it and how it works. Go into
a state of "being" (ie, meditation) and just experience the Universe the same way the Universe does; by just being. Once you eliminate all of your
thoughts and beliefs about the Universe then you're no longer separating yourself from the infinite possibilities that once lay behind your mental
I don't know if any of you have ever had lucid dreams but if you have any mental blocks while you're in that dream there's no way you're going to
do seemingly impossible things in the dream unless you eliminate the belief that what you're trying to do is impossible.
Anyways, you don't need to believe in anything to meditate. In fact the main purpose of true meditation is to just "be". And if any of you have a
hard time just eliminating your background thoughtsr whole life have broken off and you're finally free once you're able to just be., just don't
partake in those little mindgames you play with yourself where you tell yourself you can't meditate. You don't have to partake in those thoughts.
Those thoughts are not you. The one that manifests those thoughts is you and one of the best ways to exercise that self control is to decide not to
partake in any thoughts and just be. It truly feels like the bars that have kept you in your cell your whole life have been broken off and you're
You'll find yourself not partaking in anybody else's mindgames either. You'll see everything from the Universe's perspective which just is. You
won't get yourself caught up in anything you don't want to partake in any longer. And after you've eliminated your thoughts about this universe
you might want to try some "psychic" experiments.
Last year I took a trip to Sierra Nevada where I stayed at a cabin in isolation. It was only for a week but it was long enough to get into a state of
"being". In fact the first day I was able to clear all of the mental chitter chatter and useless background thoughts to enter a state of being.
Well after a couple of days in this state of being, I decided to try something with a deck of cards. In a state of being I shuffled the cards around
a bit and after making the images in my minds eye more clear by creating new scenery for a bit, I decided to finally "guess" which card I was going
Now let me explain what "a state of being" is once more before I continue. It's a state where you're no longer thinking about what's going on
around you but rather experiencing everything that's going on around you without any thoughts present in your mind about the situation. So there are
no mental blocks present to keep you from what you're trying to do. You're just in a state of total mental control and instead of wasting time
thinking about the outcomes of what you're going to do, you just focus on the task at hand.
So after I shuffled the deck of cards that were in my hands I decided to close my eyes, go into a state of being, and just focus my attention on what
card I was about to pick. Well, after seeing it and feeling it in my mind I opened my eyes and saw that the card I saw in my mind's eye was indeed
the one I saw with my physical eyes and I did this about 20 more times in a row and was right each and eveyrtime.
Now I forgot to mention that when you're in a state of being and no thoughts are just creeping around in your mind, your mind's eye becomes more
activate and you're able to focus it on imaginary scenes or real life scenes. Because of the earlier exercises to eliminate unwanted thoughts
you're able to focus on whatever you want without any thoughts popping up.
The mind is not a complicated thing but unwanted thoughts can make it appear so. Looking at scenes with your mind's eye is not hard when there are
no longer any thoughts to prevent you from doing so. When you're in a state of being you know longer have to question how you're going to do
something because you already know how to. Seeing things in your mind's eye is as easy as focusing your normal eye's on what you want. You just
have to know what you want to focus your mind's eye on and do it.
You're basically using just pure unbiased focus and attention. No longer focusing on one aspect of the universe through thoughts but focusing on all
of it without thoughts through "being".
If you were to just think about infinity for a little while and what it would mean if infinity existed anywhere in the entire Universe you would see
that what we're experiencing right now would have to be a "dream". If infinity existed anywhere, it would have to exist everywhere and it would
extend into every aspect of the universe and reality. If infinity existed anywhere it would mean that this would have to be an illusion because it
would only be a small fraction of the infinite possibilities we could be experiencing.
Infinity's existence anywhere opens up the possibility to anything. Infinity is mind.