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Never Fear, Big Brother is Here.
on 28 December 2015
This is a book of great scope, depth, information and... perception. I have never read anything quite like it.
In what is rightly subtitled "the greatest exposure of human life ever written", Icke unravels the nature of reality, perception, evil, control, death and life in a long and painstaking overview of that which is happening on earth today.
It is impossible I think to account for all the topics and points covered in the book in a review. Pretty much everything under the sun is covered here.
I was helped in my week-long journey with this book by having spiritually matured over the years and seeing the lies for what they are and, more importantly, unlearning the fear.
And the reasons to be afraid are plentiful. The extent of the conspiracy against mankind and life on earth is so immense and exhaustively covered in the book that reaching the end, as I did, will prove impossible except for the most seasoned and bravest of readers, thinkers and truth-seekers who are not afraid to look at things the way they are.
Indeed, it is easy to succumb to despair when faced with the desperate material in this book and attack the messenger but in my experience, with perseverance and openness, one is heavily rewarded spiritually and intellectually with seeking and getting to know the truth - fear melts away and freedom from mind control begins.
And in a formidable last chapter Icke offers the proper solution to bring and end to the perception deception: open up your heart, learn the truth, and with the right perception of reality the right actions will follow.
We are far from this state collectively however. We must start seeing the crazies in charge of this world for what they truly are - demented psychopaths -, unlearn their mind control techniques, of which there are many, learn the basic principles of natural law, including treating others in a way we would wish to be treated, and engage en masse in non compliance with the Big Brother Superstate, regardless of outcome.
Short of that we are without a doubt headed to a place which would make the Hell of the Christians seem like Paradise.