Originally posted by Swills
reply to post by Heartisblack
He's not bat # crazy, a lot of what he says a lot of people agree with. He is accused of being bat # crazy when he starts talking about reptiles and what have you. As far as the global agenda of the elite and their practices, he's spot on. Check out the Bilderberg group and Bohemian Grove if you're not familiar with this, but being a member of this website I am sure you are.
David Icke as Lord? Who is saying that?
Those without the ability to think outside the box, or is completely ignorant of what a metaphor is, should not read, listen, watch or comment on David Icke. Why? Because they completely miss the point and instead hate on a man due to their own inability to grasp simple concepts let alone covert meaning. Icke may have said he was the son of God, but he also stated we are all the son of God. He never claimed to be Jesus or the like contrary to the opinion many a shill. As for the whole reptile thing, well if you honestly believe he's talking about lizard people then not only are you missing the point, but your comprehension skills are shockingly terrible.
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The other foundation of the ridicule was that I had supposed to have called myself the Son of God, implying that I wasJesus or something. Ironically 'Jesus' is a 'man' I have no doubt did not exist as depicted by Christianity as I
have explained in detail in some of my books. I used the term 'Son of God' in the sense of being an aspect, as I understood it at the time, of the Infinite consciousness that is everything. As I have written before, we are like droplets of water in an ocean of infinite consciousness. We are 'individual' on one level, but also part of the infinite whole. More than that, we are the infinite whole as I shall later explain. I was not trying to say I had come to save the world or anything, only that, like everyone and everything else in all existence, I was an aspect of the Infinite and not just a physical 'personality'.
If you call the Infinite consciousness 'God', I was trying to say, we are all the symbolic 'sons' and 'daughters of 'God'. Obviously my awareness of these matters has increased dramatically since then, but that was the
basis of my comments about being a 'Son of God'. However, I was both misrepresented in the media and, with my mind downloading so much information following the mound in Peru, I wasn't grounded or 'here'
enough to articulate clearly what I was trying to say and this led to even greater misrepresentation and misunderstanding among those who ridiculed and laughed.