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Illusion & the Illuminati

Date Thursday - June 2, 2005
Host George Noory
Guests David Icke

Controversial author/speaker David Icke returned to share his insights on how the world works and what defines reality. What you get in the mainstream media, he said, is just a tiny fraction of what is really going on. And that is symbolic of what we see through our own eyes, he continued. We are caught in the illusion of identifying with our body, "a biological computer," and just see its software rather than the reality of who we area-- which is the infinite. The chatter of our thoughts is the program defending itself from infinite consciousness, Icke stated.

Such a mode of existence leaves humanity open for manipulation, he expressed. The Illuminati, "a network of interbreeding families," at the top of secret society pyramids, have access to advanced knowledge and seek to enforce their agendas on the population that is caught in illusion, said Icke. Further, he noted that some of these Illuminati are shape-shifting Reptilians that inhabit a dimension beyond our 5-sense reality. Yet, Credo Mutwa, the African shaman, has told Icke that he believes the Reptilians hail from our planet and are not as such extraterrestrial. Their bloodline extended back to Babylon (Iraq) and then moved to the Roman Empire, followed by Northern Europe, and eventually to America, Icke recounted.

The allegiance of the Illuminati/Reptilians is not to a specific country, but rather to their agenda, which is plotted decades ahead, he said. Icke suggested that George W. Bush is a front man, and being used to destroy America from within, in order to make way for a One World government.

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