[This post is from my personal blog Sunday Is For Lovers. I tried to post the complete work here including all six videos, but for some reason it didn't work. I wasn't able to insert all of the videos. For the full story with complete videos, please click on link to continue reading. :) Thanks.]
Over the last 6 months I have had various people ask me about David Icke. They want to know if I have heard of him & what I think of him. I personally really like what he stands for, although his message is nothing new. His main message is: life as we know it is an illusion. This I already learned from studying Vedanta (more specifically Advaita Vedanta) 13 years ago. There are also other authors & lecturers that had a similar message to Icke (Or is it the other way around?) over 60+ years ago. Great minds like Aldous Huxley, & Eric Fromm, as well as many others have made the same points. (Interesting though that Aldous Huxley & Eric Fromm studied Vedanta as well.)
The three main points I've seen David Icke present are;
1) Wake up to your illusion
. You are not the body. Your life is a superimposition.
2) Acknowledge that we are living in a Orwellian state. And it is your responsibility
to take your power back & be responsible for creating your life.
3) Realize that you are unlimited consciousness. Begin to choose freedom
for yourself. In order to do this you must come from a place of oneness & love.
I can truly say that I am thankful for David Icke. He brings a clear message to many people. (The reptilian part of his message can get a bit blurry, but I'll stick to the overall message. I encourage people to not focus on what sounds "out there" to them verses taking responsibility for the other 90+ percent of what he says.) David Icke's overall message is timeless. - Because it has been. Today is no different from 60 years ago or 600 years ago in many respects. People are suffering now & they were suffering then, all unnecessarily
In this blog post I will list a few quotes, & present videos from David Icke, Aldous Huxley, & Eric Fromm. As well as share a little information on Advaita Vedanta... [To continue reading please click here.]