Originally posted by Scouser640
At the risk of raising the ire of the anti-Icke group, I must speak in his defense. I worked with him - about 15 years ago - on a book tour. Heck of
a nice guy. He struck me as a very ordinary person doing extraordinary things. Like many of you I have issues with accepting the reptilian concept
on a purely logical level. But on a much deeper level I know it to be true. I've also had some weird experiences. One in particular when I was
working with David when I had a massive psychic attack. Nasty business. Much of what he has said was and is true, or at least a good working theory.
I have yet to fathom why the ridicule towards David is still so overt, surely there are enough people now who can see things for what they really are.
Anyway, this is my first post here - so be nice.
Nor me either,i'm signed up to the newsletter and scan the forum from time to time.I do have a bit of a problem buying into the reptillian conspiracy
but other things he's talked about are quite plausable,even highly astute.
I try,like yourself,not to get too bogged down in the specifics of the reptile business and follow the gist of his message before making up my
Now as for why he's taken so much scorn I think that's easy to explain ~
He went from a household name as a BBC sports reporter/tv presenter (I mean how more middle class,conservative,utterly part of the establishment in
it's fullest sense could you possibly get !!!) to almost overnight quitting tv and pronouncing himself son of god,that the Royal family were 1000
year old reptiles and a particular conspiracy involving the Isle of Skye that I can't remember (but wish I could as I have a special feeling for the
Isle of Skye) and numerous other wild and crazy notions.
If he'd not been heard of before then appeared making such claims then he'd have been judged simply on his theories but to go from literally a
household name,pillar of respectable,conservative society.A face instantly recognised,trusted and in all honesty held in high esteem for his
role,image on the 'beeb' that turned into what we British are not too keen on ~ a radical,especially a 'religious/spiritual/messiah' kind.
We've had a 1000 years of religious zealots and wars amongst ourselves in the name of religion that it is almost a thing of suspicion.Why do you
think the Church of England (the Church of Scotland is maybe held in a little more respect,certainly out the West Coast/Western Isles but overall
it's is pretty much toothless these days) - we like it that way !!!
So for a figure,trusted and well liked to suddenly turn into what seems like some kind of self appointed messiah or spiritual leader whilst,lets not
forget,calling the Royals reptiles in human skin wasn't exactly endearing himself to his audience not to mention pulling almost an entire populations
scorn onto himself,
That's why he's been so vilified,why many,many people will never even consider listening to what he's got to say.It is a shame as he's clearly
learnt to temper his zeal over the years and let his words do the talking,
I can remember when he 'came out',,I personally thought he'd obviously lost it,got a meglomania/god complex.
Again it was the son of god bit that did it for him,as I said we British don't do messiahs,appointed by god being bad enough but self appointed.Oh No
I sometimes think if jesus had been born in the UK he'd have just remained an unknown carpenter because no-one would have taken him seriously,just
told him to get a grip (argueably it'd saved the world a lot of pain,conflict and war if he had just remained unknown.lol).
Like I say it's a pity as much of what he's got to say if you don't get too stuck in the more outlandish detail is worth hearing !!!