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24 April 2006 @ 01:41 pm
It has returned  
Infinite Love is the Only Truth, Everything Else is Illusion is an interesting book.

I knew it would be, of course - knowing David Icke. In my (somewhat unbiased) eyes, he's always come across as a very down-to-earth, reasonable and intelligent man, with a healthy dose of humour thrown into the mix. And, all things considered, I like the guy; his public speaking is exceptionally entertaining, not to mention informative, and I recall some years back reading Robot's Rebellion and being completely engrossed.

Very much against the general-held opinion; he's a positive and fascinating force in the, shall we say, "New Age Movement". Despite the fantastical theories and concepts he relays, and the non-ordinary realities he supposes, he retains a definite normality, and an english charm which is difficult to not warm to.

His involvement in my life, though, goes back further, and more deeply than the above paragraphs allude. Just over two years ago - February 2004, to be exact -  in the period of my life where the fantastical occurred, where the magical transpired to confront me head-on and smash itself into my consciousness, the presence of David Icke ran alongside, seemingly, to the changes that took place. His voice was the one that brought conviction and assurance to the path I was on, and his words gave definition to the feelings I found impossible to capture intellectually.

He gave me that extra, added boost of confidence which I so needed. And when success came to me, the resulting experiences gave credence to his words, and I understood him to be a fellow adventurer, truth-seeker and genuine human being.

The experiences I had... I will detail them later.  I will seek to explain how I was able to achieve such feats, and perhaps indulge in idle speculation about what it all means, lol.

But for now I will only assert one thing, and one thing only - and it is the following: there is something inside me; something innate, something that will never be extinguished. It is a feeling of indignance and complete opposition - when it appears, it consumes me. It is this feeling that acted as the catalyst two and half years ago for experiences that brought illumination to the nature of self and reality, that annihilated my worldview further and above all, gave me hope, great, great hope.

And when I read such things; how we are taken for fools, the ridiculous setup of society, the world, and the control  - I realize that it is the feeling that will drive me to action, once more.

Peace out.

- Matt
 
 
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MantridDronemantriddrone on April 24th, 2006 03:03 pm (UTC)
yep, DI is always an interesting listen (neglecting the forray into lizard-territory which noone can really prove either way). the rest of the time he seems to have a fairly good handle on the events that seem to be unfolding around us.

incidentally, he was on Talksport last week. i recorded it but havnt had a chance to listen to it yet? shall i upload it somewhere if you, or anyone reading this is interested?
Matt: garleydrakotah on April 24th, 2006 03:10 pm (UTC)
Hey. I would be VERY interested in hearing it - thanks. Used to listen to Talkforum all the time as a teenager, but once it went all sports my interest waned.

Thanks for the quick response. Nice to meet ya!
MantridDronemantriddrone on April 24th, 2006 03:21 pm (UTC)
np.

let me edit out James Whale talking shit before and after the broadcast, and i'll upload it in the next couple of days...

:)
Matt: ratfunkdrakotah on April 24th, 2006 07:14 pm (UTC)
Brilliant!

:*>
MantridDronemantriddrone on April 24th, 2006 07:28 pm (UTC)
it uploaded a lot quicker than i thought...

http://www.sendspace.com/file/266gon