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David Icke Interview June 18, 2012

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Apotheosis

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Have you watched this? What do you think of it?
Hi - Yes, have listened to it. Have read a few of his books & looked into some of his other stuff.

In essence I think that he's right & talks some sense; it is his take on it all though, & there are probably millions of enlightened people on the planet, & a lot of different interpretations. There is debate in all these areas however. Others have said similar, & different, no one knows the future.

He appears to be talking more about spirituality these days. Peace, harmony, kindness, open hearted/centred/based energy - intuitive knowing, connection/awareness with higher/true self. I think it's a good thing to be discussing genuine spirituality, however it's framed. Spirituality is of course a vast & expansive area. I think also that these areas have their pitfalls, dilemmas, & difficulties. Things are very individual at that level. Resolving conflicts in our personal daily lives seems like a good idea.

At a more expanded perspective then I think that all of it could be considered to be a Game, an incarnational Game. But what is right for one isn't necessarily right for another. People are where they are at. Sometimes maybe people are best to just focus on the living & enjoying of their lives as much as possible, & none of this information or areas are right for them?

I like David, I have always found him interesting & have followed his life. He had his initial experiences at around the same time that I first went into the experiences of madness that I had, in 90/91.
 
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I haven't watched this, but I will do. I find what he says interesting. Although, some of it I have to be very wary of. I spent a lot of time 'lurking' his forum a while back and got really unwell with believing all the conspiracies there and just felt so full of fear.
I'm interested in why you think him talking about "peace, harmony, kindness etc..." is framed? (I'm not saying I disagree, I just find the word framed ambiguous so I wanted to know what you meant :)).
 
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I haven't watched this, but I will do. I find what he says interesting. Although, some of it I have to be very wary of. I spent a lot of time 'lurking' his forum a while back and got really unwell with believing all the conspiracies there and just felt so full of fear.
I'm interested in why you think him talking about "peace, harmony, kindness etc..." is framed? (I'm not saying I disagree, I just find the word framed ambiguous so I wanted to know what you meant :)).
Hi Scorpio. Icke has a World view & understanding of spirituality. It is his. The question is how accurate a view of reality is it all? Or maybe, how much is true & how much not so true? I have my own understandings & views, based on my own life experiences & things that I have read & looked into. Some things I agree very much with Icke on, & other things not so much on. I think that he is spot on about what he is saying about religions in the above interview.

Spirituality is a vast area, it's a massive & expansive subject - let alone considering the vastness of what the realities may be to it all? [so too is the Alien question & other areas] I don't know how much you have looked into what Icke says about spirituality? A lot of it to me seems somewhat basic in a way (infinite consciousness having a human experience). It's OK, but he doesn't seem to go into much depth/detail with it all (& Why?). It is also 'framed' in relation to everything else that he is discussing. I said 'I think it's a good thing to be discussing genuine spirituality, however it's framed' - because I feel that he is discussing genuine spirituality (which is good), but that it is 'framed' in relation to his World view & spiritual ideas. Does that make more sense?

Many others have talked about the things that Icke does/has; & some at far more depth; they are just not as well known. Some people have reached different conclusions to Icke about it all. Icke these days seems to be talking about a 'spiritual solution' - OK, I tend to agree, but in relation to spirituality; there are a vast amount of systems, understandings, approaches & ways of practising it all; it is all a very expansive & in depth subject (one I'm only scratching the surface of as well)

I do like Icke & agree with the general gist of a lot of what he is discussing. There are some things/interpretations that I disagree with him on, & feel that there is also a question mark over some of his motivations/intentions? If some of these areas give you too much fear Scorpio then avoid them all. A lot of these areas used to freak me out as well - these days I'm not so bothered by any of it - but that's after over 2 decades of researching it all, & reading up a lot on it all. & there are many perspectives to all these areas. Icke focuses on certain aspects of things. It may seem that he has a very broad/deep scope with what he is discussing - but it's not really; not if you start to look into what else has been said about it all. We all filter reality through our own individual personalities, & have our own interpretations/understandings.

http://www.multidimensionalman.com/Multidimensional-Man/Levels_of_consciousness_and_OBEs.html
 
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