David Icke lost a promising career in soccer due to joint issues and lost an equally promising career in BBC sports broadcasting due to mental issues. He’d become a leading spokesperson for the Green Party in England before spending a few months in Saudi Arabia, and when he returned, he rocketed off planet earth into the realms of delusion and egomania. Strangely, he quickly became the world’s most successful and widely-known conspiracy theorist. Why? Because spooks control the Tin Foil Hat Disinfo Matrix just like they control the mainstream media.
In March 1991, Icke held three press conferences to explain how a recent psychic experience had transformed him into the “Son of the Godhead” and his divinely inspired automatic writings foretold the end of the world by 1997. He promised the cliffs of Kent would be underwater by Christmas. Icke became the laughingstock of England almost overnight.
But a funny thing happened on the way to the looney bin. Icke began mixing up bits of real information with crackpot delusions. He claimed a small cabal at the top of the banking/oil/chemical industries was instigating terror for social control and schools were dumbing people down. He claimed the control mechanisms ran through secret societies that included Masonry and its offshoots. He claimed children were being prostituted to people at high levels of power, a nasty secret that accidentally burst into view with the collapse of the CIA-connected Franklin Savings and Loan in Omaha, Nebraska.
Icke is playing an important role in spook world. He lost a $200,000 judgment against a Canadian lawyer who claimed his book Children of the Matrix libeled Jewish people. Icke places the center of power inside the Rockefeller/Rothschild axis, but asserts they are alien-human hybrids who shape-ship at will and have lizard-like skins in their natural state.
If you analyze this op, it’s possible one intent is to make the power of the Rockefeller/Rothschild axis seem divinely inspired by merging them with alien gods. The most obvious intent is to hide some truth by wrapping it in a stinking pile of bullshit. Icke scares people with magic tales, and fear is the basis of all apocalyptic religion, as well as the more modern forms of mind control.
I don’t believe Icke’s rise to fame was achieved organically and wonder if the Icke we see today wasn’t influenced somehow by those mystery months in Saudi Arabia.
“There are indications that the ritual of the Eucharist is a reflection of earlier rituals related to human sacrifice and blood drinking,” writes Icke. “There is the emphasis on symbolically eating the body of Jesus and drinking his blood as red wine. We might expect, therefore, that the Christian Church would be a front for Satanism and its blood and sacrifice rituals. That, it turns out, is precisely what it is.”
The above is an example of connecting dots that don’t connect while skipping over the most important dots. Yes, the Eucharist has at its roots a Zoroastrian Eucharist, and before that a Scythian Eucharist that began millennia ago with the drinking of blood of a vanquished enemy from his decapitated skullcap. But between the blood drinking, there were many centuries of drinking cannabis and milk from a golden chalice. Don’t you think that’s an important piece of information to know when discussing the significance of the Eucharist? It’s absurd to claim a hidden religion born millennia ago has existed unchanged, or that a secret cabal of satanists is running the Christian religions. The rules of magic apply equally to all no matter what icons appear on any altars, and when someone tries to scare you with boogie-man stories about the devil, it’s always a hoodwink. Always.