Tales from the Time Loop: The Most Comprehensive Exposť of the Global Conspiracy Ever Written and All You Need to Know to Be Truly Free

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Bridge of Love, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 503 pages
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Tales from the Time Loop is the most comprehensive book yet written about the global conspiracy that is now unfolding all around us. David Icke has been warning for well over a decade of the plan for a world fascist state, a global version of Nazi Germany, in which the people will be prisoners of a Big Brother dictatorship founded on the suppression of the most fundamental freedoms and total control and surveillance. Today there is a gathering awareness that he was right. People are realizing that Big Brother is no longer "coming" - he's here. Icke pulls together his fantastic wealth of accumulated knowledge to reveal the multi-levels of the fascist conspiracy. He begins in the "five-sense" world with a highly detailed exposure of the forces, methods and agenda behind the "war on terrorism," the invasion of Iraq and the planned conquest of the Middle East and elsewhere. He goes on to explore the other-dimensional connection to the "human" manipulators and then reveals how our sense of reality - what we think is "real" - is being implanted in our minds by the second while we believe we are thinking for ourselves.In early 2003, Icke had some amazing experiences in the Amazon rainforest of Brazil that revealed to him as never before that the world we think is "real" is only an illusion; a lucid and manipulated dream that he calls the "Matrix." In Tales from the Time Loop, he shares those experiences and details the scientific support for what he learned about the illusion we call daily life. Icke says that this section of the book is the most important work he has published. It is, he says, the knowledge that will set us free and take us home.

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A lot of interesting concepts, but loses a lot of credibility with the conspiratorial stuff which has been debunked time and time again by more impartial sources with less to gain. Also, we're STILL talking about the lizards? I thought at first it was supposed to be allegorical, but apparently he really believes it despite having no proof and even less intuitive reasoning behind his claims. Still, the theory of 'order out of chaos' rings true in many other examples, so it's an entertaining and enlightening read as long as you're willing to remain detached from the more questionable elements. 

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David Icke's most spiritually aligned text, providing a detailed overview on the global conspiracy network with multiple sources, with the added crucial elements (and I mean CRUCIAL) of spirituality ... Read full review


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