Stephen M wrote:
Stuart Wilde is a great writer, has a real interesting take on the UFO/Gray thing, I'd love to have a beer with him.
Marshall Vian Summers (Allies of Humanity), the same, well maybe lunch at a health food restaraunt instead of the beer.
I liked that, that was good.
Stephen M wrote:
Until we can get to the bottom of that, nothing that any of these guys says should be taken as gospel.
I definitely agree, that's why I always make sure to point out that I don't agree with everything Stuart, David Icke, et al say. I've never come on here and tried to push or present anything as being "gospel". My #1 goal has always been to get to the bottom of things, like you mentioned, and to present much needed viewpoints but which also may be unpopular. I think a lot of people have their fanciful beliefs and images and views of the Grays, whether it be a New Age Love n Light "space breathren" view, or some druggie trance trippin' cosmic psychodelic Grays Are Cool view reminiscent of Spencer's Gifts. Both views are skewed in my opinion, so, I just want to present something else that's more "Down to Earth."
Stephen M wrote:
OK, I'll shut up now.
Why?? The more that get on here the merrier!! I wish more people would post instead of feeling like their opinion means they need to shut up and crawl back to the corner where they just read what other people post but rarely post themselves.
Lyra, I haven't got Icke's latest book yet - though I have a few of his previous books. But I am interested in what his new perspectives on the replitians are and the illusion that surrounds them.
Could you possibly give a brief synopsis on how Icke now sees this, and what he learnt from his Ayahuasca experience?
I think I did already mention it here, or maybe elsewhere, but the brief summary is this:
- Icke's earliest books didn't mention the reptiles, it was strictly the NWO / Powers That Be conspiracy thing, more about who's really running things politically and economically and how we're all slaves to the system.
- He learned about the reptilians and started putting out books which showed the overwhelming evidence for something reptilian going on historically in this world. His view was that they exist in 4th density, feed on humans' negative emotions and sexual energy, and can either "shadow" or possess humans here in 3rd, or just flat out shapeshift into them in actual physical form. The latter he said was accomplished via blood drinking / sacrificial rituals to be able to hold the physical form and to extract the maximum negative energy food from victims.
- Finally in 2003 he took his first trip to Brazil and took Ayahuasca with a group of people and some Shamans. While on Ayahuasca he learned that anything that vibrates is an illusion, all of the inner densities, 1 - 6 are illusory, and the only thing that's real or what matters is "infinite love" and the Creator Source which exists outside the incarnational densities. Everything else is illusion. Including the reptiles. He began to realize that these reptilian predators that he villanized in his previous books were all just a part of the 3D program game illusion as well and that we somehow allowed them / invited them into our reality / world, for whatever reason.
So that's the gist, in a nutshell.
"Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, totally worn out, shouting "Holy shit ... what a ride!" - Anonymous
"I get by with a little help from my (higher density) friends."