Saturday, March 27, 2010

Is David Icke a Freemason ???

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David Icke dressed in full Masonic Robes ???

This could be a fake , but only God knows who is who in this big comedy that is life , some people are not probably who they seem to be and the conspiracy movement is full of double agents and disinfo agents , below you will read extracts of what the original poster of the photo have written about this saga on concen forums ...There is a website showing David Icke dressed in full Masonic Robes and he is referred to as W. Bro David Icke .A photo showing what appears to be David Icke dressed in full Masonic Robes and naming him as W. Bro David Icke has suddenly been removed by the webmaster of Masonic website known as "The Lodge of Angels" (on the Isle of Wight UK). This happened straight after the following video was made. Why has the picture been taken down?



Former contributors of David Icke's books have come out publicly against him. Ivan Fraser for instance was a major contributor of "The Biggest Secret" - Who has now distanced himself from Icke because of all of the bullshit that went on behind the scenes Here is an excerpt of what Ivan Fraser (who helped Icke write The Biggest secret) wrote about David Icke and the book:

Arizona Wilder states the royal lizards change back to lizards when asleep. Considering how many of them were educated in schools where they also lived amongst hundreds of others in dorms, and how many of them were in the armed forces, you would think someone would have noticed this little thing!

My suspicions about Arizona Wilder (AW) first manifested the first time I heard of her. Something in me said, something isn't right here?. A familiar feeling which usually turns out to be trustworthy, as anyone who has read Lifting The Veil knows.

She was not mentioned at all in the draft copy of The Biggest Secret (TBS) which I had read. David had not met her yet. When the book was released people started ringing me with questions like, is it true about the reptiles, and is this stuff about the royal family true. At which time I replied that I thought it was, based on the fact that the version I had read stated only the theory of the reptilians and that certain of the Royals were involved in Satanic rituals.

Soon I heard about Arizona Wilder. I reviewed the book again, this time the printed version, and asked Linda Icke (the British manager of Bridge of Love) to send a copy of the video from which AW's testimony was taken. I was by this time very dubious about AW's statements. Her statements had already overshadowed those of Christine Fitzgerald, Princess Diana's healer and confidante, which were prominent in the version I read and which were not so sensational. However, Fitzgerald's account may have been a taster? for what was to come, to ease the way for the far more incredible information which Wilder had to impart.

Ivan also says that Icke had a contact by the name of Brian Desborough who he gets most of his information from and who just happened to introduce him to Arizona. In the book Icke mentions Desborough as a source for the majority of his information.

Arizona Wilder also claims that the Royal family are shape shifters, also that Sitchin and Gardner are reptoids.

Then she targeted Sitchin and Gardner and said they take part in blood rituals with the Royals where shapeshifting happens. Considering Gardner?s books are revealing profound insights into the ancient knowledge, I am not surprised they wanted him demonised. I personally do not believe this testimony. I do however, think that Sitchin has been less than honest in his research, but again, the statement that he takes part in murderous rituals is more than I will accept without some pretty firm proof. But proof is offered nowhere in relation to AW?s testimony.
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Interesting view of David Icke - Especially about his personal assistant & what Jim Keith has to say about David Icke's ability to discern truth ...

http://old.disinfo.com/archive/pages/dossier/id330/pg1/index.html

Icke's biographical story offers ample examples of this common mistake of 'Seekers After Truth'. Professional soccer player, sports correspondent, and later national spokesperson for Britain's Green Party, Icke underwent a highly publicized spiritual awakening after a visit to a medium and healer. The brutal reality according to some conflicting accounts however, is that Icke got a personal assistant pregnant whilst on holiday, and split with his family. The public outcry drove Icke into the very fringes of conspiratorial subcultures.

According to a scathing review of 'The Biggest Secret' by the late Jim Keith, Icke lacks the finely honed analytical skills required to discriminate between credible and delusional sources. Whilst Icke does highlight in his own way the turbulence of the multi-polar Digital Age and the exploitative excesses of laissez-faire capitalism run amok, he also prints (plagiarizes?) the most bizarre anecdotes, without any sustained critique. His books are required reading to grasp the irrationalism and virtually nonexistant research methodologies that plagues the conspiriology underground, but for all the wrong reasons: Icke may awaken the desire for conscious evolution, but then provides an error-filled map.
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