Originally posted by weirdo
do you know what caused David Icke to change from a retired sports man, commentator to the man who has all this info.I am not trying to debunk or
insult you it`s just that l cannot find an answer to this and you seem to show some knowledge of it.U2u me if you want or post please.
Well, partially it was because when he was a spokesman for the Green Party, he noticed that all of the Green Party's decisions were made at the
He had already written political material dealing with the environment before. However, by now he realised that most of the government of Britain
was being controlled or manipulated by mafias like the Freemasons.
Also, while at the BBC it was obvious to him (as it is to anyone with a brain who works for the BBC) that that news station blatantly
He then suddenly left the BBC, I believe after he had a spiritual experience which introduced him to psychic material. After that spiritual
experience he became the subjective massive ridicule, mainly after a TV appearance in which he was cornered, and severely misinterpreted. He stated
that he, like everyone else, is a 'Son of the Godhead', but for some reason people took this to mean that he thought he was Jesus (don't ask me
about where they got this idea. After all, Jesus did say that we are all "Sons of God" or "Children of God")
After that incident, the extreme ridicule took a toll on him, and he withdrew from the public.
According to him, the indicent changed him. He became so used to ridicule that he no longer felt constrained by the boundaries of mainstream
'reality', and decided that someone had to expose the conspiracies that he saw. Concluding that he would be ridiculed either way, he decided that
he might as well write a book about the conspiratorial mafias manipulating the British government.
During his research, he realised that this spanned far beyond Britain--that most of the 'civilised' world was under mafia control. He wrote several
books on this before a new dimension of the conspiracy unfolded--reptilian shapeshifters.
This is probably the hardest part of Icke's material for most people to swallow, though I know it to be true from personal experience. You will have
to decide for yourself what to believe, but remember that what you believe does not change reality.
That's basically Icke's story, though there is a lot more complexity to it. There is an autobiography section of Icke's website at