Why would someone spend 20 years researching so many diverse subjects about human life on earth in 50 different countries: compiling history, politics, market and bank dominations and policies and laws and expose a connection at the top to a few ruling families? Why bring into this mix, universal phenomenon including interdimensional life on other spheres beyond earth in the galaxy?
It seems Icke is bringing forgotten self-respecting information to those who desire to learn about it during an unprecedented era in human life, in order to help unstick and empower people who desire to be self determined.
Free to think, to feel, to have unique adventures, to protect your dignity, life (and the lives of fragile or voiceless children and nature) this seems to be the alert. Icke exposes over-chemicalized, sadistic or ignorant living, but most shocking is elite policies or expanding tracking, surveillance, invasions of private lives with cameras and imposed undignified searches (for example invasive radiation scans or touching pat downs for law abiding people to be able to fly) and military, medical martial law on law abiding people. No thanks to that, I prefer mutual respect, co-existence, free informed choice in consenting, trustworthy, honourable relationships.
After learning about this it made me think: "What's wrong with this increasingly controlling military-medical corporate picture?" Isn't a technological era supposed to be more shared respect, ideas, understanding of the fragility of nature, the importance of free choice to humans and more communication and fun?
Most of all this book encourages all who desire to be so, to be thoughtful, become empowered "get off your knees" become more informed about what affects your life and the lives of your children.
Choose the kind of life and adventures you desire and no longer play out the limiting robotic human as dictated by "a bad one-size-fit's-everyone" blueprint pushed along by corporate and sometimes self-annointed ill-informed mill-billionaire advisors and media who over-influence governments.
This book was a tough (multi-level) read with a lot of detail, yet it is a vital, good and worthy read. There are long lists of names exposing what and who seem to be out-of-touch, self-appointed, "elite" people, corporations and think tank institutions affecting our lives behind unaccountable closed doors (many names are listed). There are also many exposures of those who enjoy mononpoly on the earth who seem to be obsessed with "trying to be our life, marketplace, health, food, information (media) controllers and earth leaders" by bringing in laws and policies which increasingly interfere with free informed choice.
There are many people which I have noticed working hard to expose corruptions since seeing Icke's books. Starting in their own lives or whistle-blowers great strides are being made in bringing back openness and honour in governments, commerce and politics after exposures of such things as debt-profit and corrupt private banking, disaster-profit corporately planned wars and resource stealing from other countries and institutionally hi-jacked profitting or manipulation of the market or government policy. (such as that done by pharmaceutical companies in funding university science and medicine labs.) Do the research.
Icke is a steadfast forerunner who discovers unsavory disgraceful activities often hidden behind the eyes of most people and he reveals it. No matter how unthinkable people ought to be able to know about what secretly affects their thoughts, lives and freedoms. I prefer debt-freedom, fair trade, honourable trustworthy relationships and no longer chemicalizing children and nature in harmful ways. (For all who desire that.)
In this book, there is gentle encouragement to uncover or pull back the curtain on those who profit by: injuring with chemicals, electromagnetic weaponization, sound weapons technologies; burdening the earth's fragile biosphere; creating unfathomable debt, corrupt private money-lending or trading-banks; lab patented seed and food cartel attempts to dominate; police-military, government imposition of surveillance; markets propagated by fear, planned sickness scares, media, medical-pharmaceutical and (red flag) military manipulations. Why would anyone want to control people's lives that much? I don't prefer it. I prefer more simple, honourable and trusting living to be promoted with genuine honesty and care.
The most important message I got from this book is there's no one to hate or blame, it's a waste of energy, love them all. After that, the first step is to learn about the problems ...(the families, leaders, institutions or corporations who profit when they bring fear, harm, steal freedom, denature food, harm health, disrespect life and nature, monopolize markets or profit from chemical harm, killing, secrecy or dominating world resources to dominate profit a few behind closed corporate doors) ... otherwise you can't do anything to address them.
Another message was to do a reality-check and question what you are told to believe. If it doesn't seem honest or self-respecting question it. Also, allow yourself to discover the multi-level nature of earth and recover your creative capacities. Most important of all perhaps, no matter what religion you may enjoy, connect to "the you" that is Infinite Consciousness - directly. Something to ponder.
Finally, don't fight those people or conditions which you don't desire, instead say no-thanks, do the best you can to enjoy "the non-compliance dance" alongside of others while calmly exposing injustices and earnestly, honestly doing everything you can to build what you want in your health, life, neighbourhoods and on the earth (and maybe ponder beyond earth realms) in self-respecting ways.
Icke in all of his books (over a dozen) is empowering even if you differ with some of his points. He redirects you back to YOU as the one who ought to do your own thinking, research and decide what brings meaning to you and your life. He also reminds respectfully that others have a right to do the same for their lives. Also woven into this man's book are perspectives (some I agreed with, some I differed with) which uncover a pattern (after 20 years of research in 50 countries) and he connects the dots to a blue-print which is unfolding from country to country. We can say no to the blue-print and go a free healthy direction together this decade or we can go with this unveiling plan which takes us in another direction dictated by a few who seem to enjoy tracking, surveilling, controlling and dictating your life and the lives and bodies of your children (from birth to death). Sharing and informed options and guidance is nice in life but I don't prefer being secretly dictated to by those who seem to be very out of touch with the needs of most people and nature.
Most important and inspiring is Icke's "powerful lift up" to: remember who you are ... Infinite Consciousness ... having an experience as 'the unique person, you' in this cosmic game.
Each of Icke's books do have repetitive sections which are added to. However, because for me this is all so new, it is a good refresher. I am now able to see that these subjects which affect our lives are not as 'random' as I once thought, it seems corporations like to plan behind closed doors and dictate things. The monopoly corporate types (from this realm and Icke suggests underground and inter-dimension-capable) actually systematically orchestrate (sometimes above the law and above governments and behind closed doors) while it seems they often ignore wisdom or input from 7 billion people the tax-paying, hard-working others and their families who actually are the very ones who pay for, support or uplift them!
I prefer a world with less law, less goverment, less corporations. Instead living 'guidelines' and communication as needed to help us all get along when needed, but most of all I prefer to build trust in each person's self-caring ability to be self-trusting, self-honourable, self-respectful and thoughtful and then contributing to how they each desire to live. I do not desire a "Wizard of Oz" or a "one world order" - which so many officials have parroted in the media recently. A very few out-of-touch "rulers" trying to run and control everyone's lives doesn't make any sense. Free and with informed choice in a (real democracy), where 7 billion unique 'leaders' care for our bodies, lives and nature thoughtfully in our backyards (while sharing ideas with those who care for "fair flow in trade or maintenance in shared infrastructure" this technological day-and-age) - does make sense.
If you are new to these topics, I recommend Icke's other books starting with his first about the enviroment: It Doesn't Have to be Like This: Green Politics Explained
It I Am Me, I Am Free: The Robots' Guide to Freedom I am Me, I am Free: The Robots Guide to Freedom
or RobotThe Robots' Rebellion: The Story of the Spiritual Renaissance
s Rebellion or The David Icke Guide to the Global Conspiracy: And How to End It The David Icke Guide to the Global Conspiracy (and How to End It)
or you can go to Icke's website to see update reports and his list of books. Read more ›