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Postby wraith » 04 Jun 2009, 00:37

Hello!
Wraith here.
I read many of David Icke's books and many things relating to the paranormal.

Ask me questions, any question. I'll be glad to answer 'em for you guys.
My focus within the paranormal, consists of, though not limited to: the Illuminati, conspiracy 'theories', metaphysics, astrology, and forbidden archaeology.

It's been a pleasure introducing myself.
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Re: Hello, everyone!

Postby Scepcop » 04 Jun 2009, 01:03

Hi Wraith!

Welcome! I posted some great lectures by Icke in the Paranormal Videos section of the board. Have you seen them? I love how he says "infinite love is the only truth, all else is illusion".

BTW, what is his theory about reptiles among the elite based on exactly? Is it based on Sumerian legends?

If you know any other good David Icke videos, feel free to share them in the Paranormal Videos section.

Regarding Forbidden Archaeology, I just listened to some interviews with Michael Cremo on Coast to Coast AM. He is so wise, knowledgeable and spiritually attuned, and a very articulate speaker too. I never took that stuff seriously until I heard him. Have you read his books? I never knew there was a concept called "Human Devolution", which is what his second book is about.

Here is his interview on Coast to Coast AM.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owmYuv8rHiw
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Re: Hello, everyone!

Postby wraith » 04 Jun 2009, 01:12

Scepcop wrote:Hi Wraith!

Welcome! I posted some great lectures by Icke in the Paranormal Videos section of the board. Have you seen them? I love how he says "infinite love is the only truth, all else is illusion".

BTW, what is his theory about reptiles among the elite based on exactly? Is it based on Sumerian legends?

If you know any other good David Icke videos, feel free to share them in the Paranormal Videos section.

Regarding Forbidden Archaeology, I just listened to some interviews with Michael Cremo on Coast to Coast AM. He is so wise, knowledgeable and spiritually attuned, and a very articulate speaker too. I never took that stuff seriously until I heard him. Have you read his books? I never knew there was a concept called "Human Devolution", which is what his second book is about.

Here is his interview on Coast to Coast AM.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=owmYuv8rHiw


His theory on reptiles is based on any culture that has knowledge of reptilian species. The Annunaki of Sumerian legends correspond with the Nagas of Indian legends, as well as the dragons of Chinese mythology, and reptilian species of various African or native American mythologies. If you have read Children of the Matrix, it'll explain pretty much a lot of stuff about the reptilians.

I have read Cremo's books, but I didn't dwell into them too much. Well Cremo believes that there are Humans and Humanoid species (if possible) in the period in which humans should not have existed according to science. There is significant evidence that Humans, much more or just as advanced than we are, did exist during prehistoric times. For example, a gold chain was found embedded in a piece of coal which should be at least be millions of years old. Of course sceptics would say, 'Oh, maybe someone from this time found a way to put a gold chain inside coal'. But the reality is that it was found underneath layers of undisturbed rock and the discovery of the man-made gold chain was found in a layer of coal millions of years old.

I'll break it down:

-Gold chain, which looks man-made, was found embedded in a layer of coal, millions of years old.

Sceptic; Oh, someone from this time period probably dug a hole in the ground, found the coal layer, and put the chain there.

-The gold chain was found in a coal layer in which the top rock layers were undisturbed. Furthermore, the chain was discovered as the coal was found.

Sceptic: Oh, blank.

In essence, that would mean, some human was wearing a gold chain during a prehistoric time period, died, its body decomposed along with decaying plant matter, but the gold chain would still remain intact.
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Re: Hello, everyone!

Postby Scepcop » 05 Jun 2009, 00:49

That's fascinating. I never knew that there was any actual evidence that humans were much older than what was thought.

I heard that carbon dating only goes back 50,000 years though, so how do they know if something is much older than that?

So what do you make of Sitchin's theories? I don't get this Nibiru thing. How can it have such an eliptical orbit that goes that far out of the solar system? And how could any alien race survive on such a planet that much be at sub zero temperatures? Sitchin doesn't explain this in his videos or on his website. There is no contact email on his website either. I asked one of his biggest fans, Jason Martel, who does a lot of lectures about Sitchin's theories, but he never answered my email about this.

What do you think?

What do you think of Von Daniken? And Graham Hancock? Do they agree with Michael Cremo? Do they work together? Hancock is also a great speaker with spiritual beliefs.
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Re: Hello, everyone!

Postby wraith » 05 Jun 2009, 09:07

Scepcop wrote:That's fascinating. I never knew that there was any actual evidence that humans were much older than what was thought.

I heard that carbon dating only goes back 50,000 years though, so how do they know if something is much older than that?

So what do you make of Sitchin's theories? I don't get this Nibiru thing. How can it have such an eliptical orbit that goes that far out of the solar system? And how could any alien race survive on such a planet that much be at sub zero temperatures? Sitchin doesn't explain this in his videos or on his website. There is no contact email on his website either. I asked one of his biggest fans, Jason Martel, who does a lot of lectures about Sitchin's theories, but he never answered my email about this.

What do you think?

What do you think of Von Daniken? And Graham Hancock? Do they agree with Michael Cremo? Do they work together? Hancock is also a great speaker with spiritual beliefs.


I believe that Sitchin knows more than he is telling. According to David Icke, he contacted Sitchin once about whether the Annunaki were reptilians. Sitchin, according to Icke, became defensive about it and told Icke 'don't go there'. It is possible that Sitchin may be working for the Illuminati and the NWO.

David Icke wrote:For some inexplicable reason, Zecharia Sitchin refuses to accept the existence of a serpent or reptilian race in the ancient world, despite the mountain of evidence. During a conversation with me in Cancun, Mexico, in 1998, he told me there was no evidence of such a race. Later he leaned forward across the table and said: "Don't go there". As you can see, I took his advice.
-David Icke

Nibiru is the 13th, 'unknown' planet. My friend told me that the 13th Astrological zodiac sign, Ophiuchus, was related to this 'lost planet'. Or it might not be a planet, it might even be a massive comet.

For the record, I have not heard of Von Daniken and Graham Hancock, but I'll look into it.
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