Winston and co,
I have read eleven David Icke books from cover to cover. I like
aspects of his metaphysics and little else. I can no longer read him,
because I've come to see that his complicated worldview relys on a
mixture on rumour trafficking, character assassination and
pseudoscience. You can find a source for nearly anything, and put a
whole mixture of oddball things together and call it "joining the
My rational response to Darryl:
Well at least you've studied David Icke so you are more qualified to comment on him than Dr. H is. However, have you seen his 7 hour mega lectures such as "The Lion Sleeps No More"? In them, he connects a lot of dots and you realize that what he says, though crazy on the surface, may be more plausible than you thought.
See it here:
He has a ton of good info, some of it is circumstantial, but he does quote a lot of scientific experiments and researchers that back up what he says. So he at least backs up some of his stuff with scholarly citations.
But hey, one can say a lot in 7 hours, so you can't dismiss it all as fluff, nor can you say it's all true either. It's a lot more complicated than that, since A LOT of info is covered in such 7 hour lectures. You can't say it's all true or false, you got to address each of his points one at a time. It's not a simple black and white issue.
In the lecture above, he spends a whole hour talking about the moon and why it's not a natural body. Have you considered the points there? He does present multiple lines of evidence that does make sense. There is a ton of stuff about our moon that doesn't add up. See part 2 of his mega lecture above called "Moon Control":
There is so much we don't know about reality and our origins, that it's an open book. Anything is possible. But what you have to remember is that just because something sounds "crazy" or "bizarre" doesn't mean it must be false. You agree with that right Darryl?
Darryl, are you in touch with your right brain? Supposedly, that's the area of the brain that connects the dots.
Is it your opinion that David Icke is "crazy"? It seems that all those who have never read his books or seen his long lectures, like to dismiss him with that word - crazy. How convenient. They are so programmed and unqualified.
Also, do you realize that you can't know for sure whether he is wrong about this or that? Thus you can't just dismiss what he says as wrong. You don't have all the answers either, right? We simply don't know, so you can't jump to conclusions either way. Icke has been researching this far longer than you or I have. He only presents this stuff for you to consider. He doesn't ask you to accept whatever he says on faith either.
But his spiritual message and what he says about consciousness is very good indeed.