David Icke is one of the worlds most famous conspiracy theorists and an extremely talented English writer and public speaker. He is one of the world’s leading polemicists. An insightful, charismatic and highly intelligent man who has devoted his life to the exposure of what he seeks to unveil as the ‘truth’ behind the modern world. Leaving no stone unturned David has faced down the goliath that is global agenda and control by the new world order.
He is best known for his views on ‘who and what is really controlling the world’ and as a result of his passion for these thoughts and ideas he has written 18 books. David describes himself as the most controversial speaker and author in the world and has attracted a substantial following worldwide, in particular across the political spectrum.
David was a very well known BBC Television sports presenter and spokesman for the Green Party and during this time in 1990 he encountered a psychic who told him he was a true healer placed on Earth for a purpose. Shortly after this, in 1991, David appeared on BBC’s Terry Wogan show stating various predictions which caused huge speculation and from this point in time, his journey continued as he developed his ideas. At the heart of David’s theories lies the idea that a secret group of reptilian humanoids called the Babylonian Brotherhood controls humanity, and that many prominent figures are reptilian. Based on these theories David has written many books, with titles including ‘The Robots’ Rebellion’ (1994), ‘The Biggest Secret’ (1999), ‘Tales from the Time Loop’ (2003) and ‘Human Race Get Off Your Knees – The Lion Sleeps No More’ (2010), as well as a range of DVDs. These books, DVDs and David’s theories have attracted a great deal of attention and interest and he now enjoys huge support globally.
David has a constant stream of new information flowing from the pages of his personal website about his thoughts and opinions on the world today as well as current news, attracting hundreds of thousands of supporters to comment on and praise his work, so it is no wonder he is a highly sought after lecturer worldwide.
Macs caught up with David Icke to find out more about his life, love and work
Q. Describe your current state of mind?
Focussed and very determined to see through what I started in 1990. The world is waking up to the manipulation and control of the many by the few and we are in the midst of enormous change and transformation in the next few years on multiple levels of reality and experience, as humanity not only ‘gets off its knees’, but also remembers its true and infinite nature.
We are not our name, body, job or lifestyle. They are our experience. What we are is consciousness and ever more people around the world are awakening from the hypnotist’s trance and remembering that.
Q. Who or what is the love of your life?
My love is my work – it is a priviledge to do what I do. I live alone and have for years, but my first wife of 29 years, Linda, who has published my books for nearly two decades, is an incredible human being and I feel privileged to know her, too. She has been the most important person in my life by a million miles and bar none.
Q. What is your most pronounced character trait?
Q. Which trait do you most value in others?
Honesty and integrity.
Q. Which trait do you most deplore in others?
Self-obsession and lack of integrity.
Q. What word or phrase do you most overuse?
Mate. I have a photographic-type memory when it comes to speaking for eight hours without a script about multiple subjects, but I often can’t recall names of people I have known and met personally. So I have tended to call them ‘mate’ when I meet them again until the penny drops of who they are and where I know them from.
‘Hello, mate, sorry, do I know you?’
‘Yes, I’m your son, dad.’
Q. When were you at your happiest?
Today, although I loved watching steam trains as a kid in the 1950s and 60s. I loved that era.
I am a Pop Larkin (Darling Buds of May) waiting to get out and live his life with ‘Ma’ and the kids, but needs must and I have come to terms with the fact that I have other things to do. ‘Pop’ will have to wait for another lifetime.
Q. What talent do you wish that you had?
To be able to sing without clearing the room. My singer-songwriter son, Gareth, has that talent and he certainly didn’t get it from me (or his mum!).
Q. What angers you most in life?
Unfairness and injustice.
Q. Who are your heroes?
Anyone who stands up for what they believe is right irrespective of the consequences.
Q. Who are your favourite artists?
Van Gogh, Constable and my friend, Neil Hague, who illustrates my books with his unique original art – see Neilhague.com
Q. Where would you like to live?
Where I do now – the Isle of Wight. I have been to 52 countries so far and had amazing experiences, but I still say the Isle of Wight. It is ‘home’ to me and I have felt the same since I was a small boy on holiday there from Leicester in the 1950s.
Q. What is your single greatest achievement?
Continuing to speak my truth when most would have run and hide.
Q. What is your motto?
The title of my new book – ‘human race get off your knees’.
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