- Taschenbuch: 441 Seiten
- Verlag: David Icke Books Ltd (25. Juli 2015)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 095599733X
- ISBN-13: 978-0955997334
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 16,5 x 2,5 x 23,1 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 1 Kundenrezension
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 84.776 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
Remember Who You Are (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 25. Juli 2015
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Formerly best known as a TV sports commentator and leading spokesman for the British Green Party, David Icke is a world renowned philosopher, social visionary and tireless campaigner for truth. He credits a widely publicised spiritual transformation with giving him the courage to speak out fearlessly against lies and deceit. These days, he travels extensively, offering public talks and discussions about the belief systems and clandestine interests that shape our world. He is the author of several acclaimed titles, including "Heal The World", "The Robots' Rebellion" and "Truth Vibrations".
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Why, didn't you know that the God behind your eyelids makes you yourself God Almighty? David Icke believes so and Remember Who Tou Are is about this You being an aspect of divinity. Yes, you, and all you need to do is switch those faculties on, and off you go! Erwin Schrodinger, the father of quantum physics, believed this; no, he knew this, and this is why he would finish his lectures by declaring, "Hence I am God Almighty" to the local Church congregation, and he ended up winning the Nobel prize (though not for thinking that he was God, I am happy to say). We cannot all be Nobel's and we cannot all feel our divinity because we cannot all be like David Icke and so what is left for you and I is to hitching a ride on the Brahma O Mamma Matrix, and dive in to one of David Icke's books
David Icke stumbled upon his path by ignoring the never-ending chatter of tongues and swords and the crackling of flames bellowing out of the organs of mass culture. Instead, he took the advice of Socrates and accepted that I knew nothing; this is when the real wisdom begins. I suggest we all do the same!
Moises Pittounikos, author of DMT Spirit: A requiem to Terence McKenna, ayahuasca and the afterlife.
First, it's a very long, very belligerant rant, reading less like a well-structured book than the transcript of a largely ad-hoc speech. Now, given, ranting is what he's about... but this rant isn't so much about conveying eye-opening information as it is about being angry, angry, angry, angry. It is petulant. It is deprecating... to the READER... yes, to the reader almost as much as the perpetrators of malign elitist agendas, which is what is supposed to be the focus. It becomes extremely tiresome to deal with this onslaught, as it is so much diatribe as opposed to details. If you imagine curling up with a good read, this one will give you a stiff neck. For every 200 paragraphs of pounding negativity, there may be one statement of resolution, that the "Truth-Rays" will change it. Yet NOWHERE is there mention of how or where these "Rays of Truth" emanate or work. Since this is his only answer to the massive problems he exposes, this is a major deficit in the book. In contrast to his self-styled dirt-grounded exposees of the mass psychosis of world governments and agencies, he offers... a magic ray to save the day. But he doesn't say why he thinks so, let alone why you should.
Second, the book is replete with illustrations, yet nearly all of them imaginative constructs conjured up by David and executed by one artist. In an exposee' of things that are supposedly the way things "really are" and presumably new and different and challenging to the reader (though most of this information is abundandtly available in mulitple forms of media), you'd hope that the illustrations would indeed illustrate the problems outlined, offer some kind of "proof", literally some "eye-openers" supporting the purportedly eye-opening material. But as the text that was supposed to be such bite of reality was less research than emotion and reactivity, so it is with the illustrations. They are primarily conceptual fantasies with a smattering of photos from news media. I expected and wanted a great deal better than that.
I felt let down by the scope of material in this book and put off by the tone of it and the lack of actual information. As there are two overriding reasons for the disappointment, there are likewise two alternative routes to take for a better experience and elucidation. View his prolific videos! That is where his presence shines. The book was written ad-lib, hardly any more structured than semi-ad-hoc speech. You can get more from the live performance than this transcription. Further, there is more information available in most of his videos, not only because he will go into more depth on some topics, but also because associated videos of related material will appear as suggestions and some of those are far better in providing facts, documentation, examples. There is ample and excellent coverage available on these topics. And I've never heard him be so "down" on the audience (reader) in the videos.
In summary, I can rate this book only average. It was not his best attempt at revelation or relevance, really just ranting. Try another title or view his videos as a better alternative to this particular one.
If you haven't read any of David Icke's books, this one is sure to knock your socks off! Every book he comes out with adds more and more additional information to the "spider-web" of information. David's books are pretty formulaic: the first few chapters describe who and what we are and are very positive, the middle chapters go into the whole global conspiracy and connects the dots and can be somewhat dark, and the final chapters describes what we can do to defeat the conspiracy and our place in the Universe.
His last book, "Human Race Get Off Your Knees - The Lion Sleeps No More" went into great detail about the Moon. He lays out a well-researched argument on why the Moon is not real. It's an artificial satellite or perhaps even an ancient spacecraft not unlike the Death Star in the Star Wars Movie.
This book briefly touches on his moon concepts in the prior book but adds another intriguing element. He deftly argues that Saturn is actually the "Black-Sun" (Satanism aka Saturnism) and that its rings are actually a technology made of a crystalline substance that broadcasts our reality to the moon which "focuses" it to Earth. It reminded me of when you take a magnifying glass and use the sun to burn something on the ground. The Moon in the case "enhances" the broadcast coming from Saturn. I know it all sounds absolutely crazy but when you read this book it just makes so much sense.
We are living in a Holographic Universe. Mainstream Science now recognizes it as such. What David Icke describes in this book reminds me so much of the Matrix Movie. We are living in a "false" reality dictated by Saturn and the Moon. Even Budha stated that 99% of this reality is an illusion.
David works with artist Neil Hague and helps to clarify his points with beautiful artwork. The artwork is such a great visual for helping to understand what David it trying to say.
For those of you interested in the greater conspiracy going on in our world and who, what, and where we came from, this is the book for you.