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Sunday, August 14, 2005

 
I've been reading Mr.Icke for a few years now and this book, for me, is his second best book - the first, naturally, being '...And The Truth Shall Set You Free!'; but then again, 'The Biggest Secret' has got everything! It develops the political/economic/military arguments of '...And The Truth Shall Set You Free!' into a much broader conspirator's landscape, including such features as; an age-old plot to take over planet Earth and its people which is still running today; alien invaders living among us; rampant satanic ritual among the Global Elite hierarchy; free-range genetic experimentation on the human population; the real robots: mind-controlled humans; revelation after revelation about our hidden history - particularly Jesus; the real Diana death story; UFOs and the hollow earth; the roots and development of the Illuminanti/Freemasonary; plus extensive referencing and bibliography...There really is something for everyone in this book, and although I doubt many people will buy the idea in its entirety, David himself is the first to admit that that would not be the point - the point is to take a lot less for granted and open your eyes! He asks us to remember that we may or may not believe that we are part of a galactic hominid gene pool (as David does) with both friends and foes among our ET cousins, but don't let this kind of idea put you off the much more down-to-earth stuff like the questionable day-to-day behavior of people like Henry Kissenger! Lastly, I recommend anyone who is interested in David Icke's research to be patient and start with '...And The Truth Shall Set You Free!' before 'The Biggest Secret'.

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