What is so threatening about David Icke?
Banned from 29 countries, yet for the most part, I feel he speaks truth. Is the possibility of what may be the truth that frightening?
This morning I watched the interview between David Icke and James Delingpole. I read numerous posts by James Delingpole stating what a terrible interview it was, and how David Icke was dogmatic and closed minded. It didn’t put me off - I still wanted to watch it.
I’ve not read any of David Icke’s books and I have only seen a few clips of him on TV. I can say, hand on heart, I’m not an avid follower. But I’m not an avid follower of anyone. I think that stands me in very good stead, but that’s another substack for another day.
I enjoyed mostly every minute of the interview. I realise that I’ve come to many of the same conclusions as David Icke myself. It was good validation. And, it was very interesting to watch James become more and more uncomfortable.
I could see it straight away - as David talks about what other religions have in common, how we are always pitted against each other, James shifted into becoming protective of his space. David made a suggestion that if we stopped identifying ourselves by what is different, and started to look at what is the same, we would come together. That all religions are designed to divide us. This is where James looses grip on his safety net - religion.
Currently I believe that humans are designed to always need something. The safety net that religion provides is one of those things. I said as much in my video with Zuriel but here is a short clip from it that I put on Tik Tok -
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I believe, as I’ve said above, that humans need a structure to guide and support them (as well as food, drink and the occasional handbag). Humans need for security and safety can be stronger than their desire for truth. There’s a big statement.
Because of what happened over the past few years, many of us have lost that false sense of security that we got from being part of ‘the system’ or ‘Empire’, and are learning how to stand up on our own two feet. Taking full responsibility for ourselves and make our own decisions based on our own needs - this is sovereignty. Spiritual sovereignty is part of the deal, and if whatever school of thought we have pledged our spiritual allegiance to does not stand up to the same close scrutiny we apply to other aspects of our lives, we need to walk away from that, too.
This is what I saw in this interview - James was asked to let go of his Bible and think with a different perspective. He reacted in anger. Feel free to watch - the link is below (be warned, it is 2 hours long!).
The more we know the more we realise we don’t know.
We can’t hold onto this statement and still cling to our idea of what the moon is, what this realm is, or who God actually may be. The two ideas just cannot sit in juxtaposition.
Some of us are okay with that, in fact, we find this stimulating and exciting. I’ve met many people who say this is a most interesting time to be alive, or that they’ve never felt more alive. Being free to be ourselves totally - to have the freedom to explore the possibility that perhaps we are not living on a sphere surrounded by clouds and gas, that maybe the sky is purple and there are two suns… But I digress.
Some of us find the idea our reality is not what we thought it was, terrifying. That’s okay too. James Delingpole, for example. He’s just not ready for it, and that’s okay too. It was a pity that David Icke put it down to James not reading any of his books, I disagree with that. James had not yet processed the possibility that this realm is a simulation. Maybe it is - maybe it isn’t. I said before - row row row your boat, merrily down the stream, for life is just a dream. Is God dreaming us and we are lucid in the dream? If so, this could be an interpretation of a simulation. It’s where I am with it at the present time.
We need to be patient with ourselves as we grow, and with others as they let go of their security blankets. As more of us pave the way, the way will be more solid for others to follow. Not everyone is ready for where we are going. And not everyone has to go there. Thank youfor some very interesting material.
PS - if anyone has an answer for me as to why David Icke is so threatening, I would love to hear about it in the comments.
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