The Biggest Secret

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Bridge of Love Publications USA, 1999 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 517 pages
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David Icke's most powerful and explosive book so far. Every man, woman and child on the planet is affected by the stunning information that Icke exposes. He reveals in documented detail, how the same interconnecting bloodlines have controlled the planet for thousands of years. How they created all the major religions and suppressed the spiritual and esoteric knowledge that will set humanity free from its mental and emotional prisons.

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Entertaining reading, but should be read with an open mind - and BY open minded people (unfortunately everyone believes they are just that).
Has it's fair share of really silly assertions, some
even borderline ludicrous, as well as that of well written, convincing sections that can be verified by doing simple homework of one's own. One such sub-topic is the designs of the streets of DC, Paris and more and the uncanny, striking resemblance in so many Big Oil (as one example) companies' logos; their dealings; greed.
The book never hints even at the slightest towards collusion, but lays out some real food for thought.
As for the Freemasons, Illuminati and similar brotherrhoods, this man is very educated in that regard and never degrades them. No masons can deny anything he writes about... wait, I take that back, Why?
Reptilian shapeshifters - that's why.
Said reptiles, I'm not saying they shouldn't have been discussed. The way it was done (in full colour like in kiddies' 'My Pet Goat II' type books) [Kudos if that title hits home with you ;) ]
No, the "Big Secret" (Yikes... :\ ) - these lizard people - are sold so desperately to the reader; almost prostituted actually. There are not any strong counters to the lizarrd conspiracies, but plenty of graphic (in full colour too) images, anecdotes, and so on that it really got me wondering whether Icke is really open-minded enough to consider that he may be wrong.
In brief: a decent read, just don't believe everything in it without thinking it through first. And the term "The Biggest Secret" is so lame.
 

Review: The Biggest Secret: The Book That Will Change the World

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At first, I checked this book out as a joke, since the premise seemed completely ludicrous! But, then, I ended up reading it almost overnight and was blown away. Not for the feint of heart or for those that can only see with their 'physical' eyes... Read full review

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About the author (1999)

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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