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The Case for Reptilians in Human History

Discuss Ancient Mysteries and Places - Atlantis, The Pyramids, Stonehenge, etc. Also Forbidden Archaeology.

Re: The Case for Reptilians in Human History

Postby Scepcop » 14 Dec 2012, 20:16

Arouet wrote:Ventura suggests that David Icke makes about $2,000,000 a year. What do you think about that Scepcop?


I don't know how much David Icke makes. But it can't be little, because his speaking events are sold out with thousands of people paying high prices, and his website gets 4 million visitors a month. See this video where David Icke explains why he doesn't make millions, while showing us around his home.



I knew you would get a kick out of this episode Arouet. Too bad ProfWag and Derrida aren't here to get a kick out of it too. lol
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Re: The Case for Reptilians in Human History

Postby Scepcop » 15 Dec 2012, 03:54

Arouet,
If you got a kick out of that Reptilian episode, you will get another kick out of these episodes too.

This one about Time Travel is funny. Jesse meets a guy who claims to have gone back and met George Washington to help change the course of the American Revolutionary War, and also identifies himself in a photo with Abraham Lincoln too. It's pretty hilarious. Watch what happens when Jesse and his team ask Stewart Swerdlow to turn on time machine. You will laugh your socks off.



Also see this episode about how the black ops government is creating human/ape hybrids that will take over the world and eat humans, like in the Planet of the Apes movies. lol



Those are guaranteed to give you a good skeptic laugh. lol
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