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Remember Who You Are: Remember Where You Are and Where You Come from #2020

Remember Who You Are: Remember Where You Are and Where You Come from By David Icke Neil Hague Remember Who You Are Remember Where You Are and Where You Come from David Icke has been a trailblazer for than two decades warning of the coming global facist communist state that is now unfolding on the television news and in our daily experience He was subjected to
  • Title: Remember Who You Are: Remember Where You Are and Where You Come from
  • Author: David Icke Neil Hague
  • ISBN: 9780955997334
  • Page: 228
  • Format: Paperback
  • Remember Who You Are: Remember Where You Are and Where You Come from By David Icke Neil Hague David Icke has been a trailblazer for than two decades, warning of the coming global facist communist state that is now unfolding on the television news and in our daily experience He was subjected to mass ridiculae and called a madman but events have proved him right, and continue to do so Remember Who You Are breaks massive new ground as David connects the dotsDavid Icke has been a trailblazer for than two decades, warning of the coming global facist communist state that is now unfolding on the television news and in our daily experience He was subjected to mass ridiculae and called a madman but events have proved him right, and continue to do so Remember Who You Are breaks massive new ground as David connects the dots between apparently unconnected people, subjects and world events like never before Suddenly, a world of apparent complexity, mystery and bewilderment makes sense The key is in the title We are enslaved because we identify self with out body and our name, when these are only vehilcles and symbols for what we really are Infinite Awareness, Infinite Consciousness We are imprisoned in the realms of the five senses and little me when we are All That is.
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    1. David Icke Neil Hague

      David Icke is a writer and public speaker He has toured all over world giving presentations and has written over 10 books sharing his research and views regarding the current state of society and global events.Former BBC television sports presenter and British Green Party spokesman.David s Facebook page facebook pages David I

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    1. One day, David Icke realised, through judicious accessing of the Brama O Mamma Matrix, that in every human being there slumber faculties to which he or she can attain the higher yoga awareness the realisation that God resides not in the clouds but behind your eyelids in other words, every human being was God looking out onto the world This sounded good to David Icke and, dare I say it, it should sound good to you too Forget the rubbish they have been slinging on Icke, all these years Do you thin [...]


    2. I came across David Ickes many years back, I went off him when I decided his writing of exposing the world as we now it breeds fear than Love A close brought his latest book to my attention and I found that He hasn t evolved at all He spend nearly fifteen chapters unveiling the works of the Rothschilds, Rockefellars and Bilderberg, talking about the ancient serpents By the end of the reading his book you are scared to live and then he devoted one chapter talking about Love as the way of defeati [...]


    3. 3.5 stars.This is a typical David Icke book, with lots of information about the things that move in the shadows I found parts of this book a bit hard to understand For instance when David is talking about the mind body computer, holograms, viruses, and the Saturn Moon Matrix, I have a hard time seeing myself in this light Maybe this will be explained a bit clearer in later books.I m happy the book concludes with a short chapter on awareness, and passive resistance He urges everyone to take respo [...]


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    5. I m not sure whether the title is appropriate but I do love the book I guess I was thinking this was one of those books that would be informative along the same lines as a Delores Cannon book I don t know why I thought that truthfully since David isn t a regression therapist But, I love all of David Icke s books anyway I have truly learned a great deal about the secretive world around us It makes me angry to know we have been kept in the dark ages for so long And we thought we were enlightened [...]


    6. I was unfamiliar with the work of Mr Icke and I feel this was a good book from which to gain an introduction It begins with an autobiography which weaves its way into a broad scope of his unique view of the world The thing I find most compelling about the author s story is that these random strands are woven so tightly together He makes a compelling case to question everything you think you know I would actually give the first 200 pages of this book 4 stars It s at about that point that he start [...]


    7. 3.5 StarsThe author has substantially improved his way of exposing information, making the book interesting As expected the majority of subjects are repeated.The author presents some new theories linked with Saturn and Moon connections.Although i never agreed with all of the ideas from David Icke, i always thought that in his books there are many points of interest and relevant topics.A book that could make some people open their eyes but its essencial to be selective in the information, don t [...]


    8. What to say This book was pretty crazy and followed the whole don t be rational just except what I say while at the same time saying question everything Tons of claims were made and most of them lacked any evidence I attempted to read the book with an open mind and then realized I could only count it as being satirical But the worst part was that I found it incredibly boring and had to drag myself through the pages I say it was ok because I enjoyed a few of the conspiracies discussed and I was a [...]


    9. Started skimming the book after chapter six It just didn t keep my interest after that point I love a good conspiracy theory and have questioned the nature of reality most of my life, but this book was a little over the top for me The author seemed too broad and conflicting Reality is an illusion but the reality is we are being controlled by reptilian aliens gods Ugh Which one is it Ha


    10. Another home run for David Icke, this book is basically an updated version of the Lion Sleeps no More, lots of repeat information but plenty of new material as well I particularly enjoyed the chapters on the Saturn Moon matrix and the decoding process of the 5 senses we use to perceive reality David Icke is one of the most unique voices in the fight to awaken folks to the new world order and help them unplug from the matrix.


    11. I read this book nearly three years ago without much footing in the subject Yet it resonated so well that i read the whole dam thing Now i find myself coming full circle and wanting to revisit Icke s contributions in the Perception Deception years later Of course, I m not exactly looking forward to carrying that around with me like i had this one.


    12. a complete load of new age inspired, bullshit whilst recent events have proven the early theories NWO, One world currency etc this multidimensional shiz is just stupid.


    13. A wonderful book filled with information on the global conspiracy, how this reality works, and of course, remembering who you really are.



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