Reptilians shapeshifting caught live on camera

Tracy R. Twyman has a round-up of reptilians caught shapeshifting live on camera.

Full Story: Tracy R. Twyman.

See also: Presidents and Others Shapeshift.

Paranoia Magazine editors interviewed by Washington Post

The tone of this article is annoying (tin foil hat jokes? how original), but I liked reading what the editors had to say:

Hidell and D’Arc represent different wings of the conspiracy theories movement. “She’s more into the speculative paranormal end of things,” he said. “I’m more of a meat-and-potatoes politics, international relations and secret societies kind of guy.”

Together, they attempt to publish a “provocative, unpredictable mix” of conspiracy theories. “We try not to have a house conspiracy style,” he said.

Hidell admitted that he doesn’t believe all the conspiracy theories advanced in the pages of Paranoia. For instance, he’s a little skeptical of Icke’s theory that the queen of England and the Rockefellers are really shape-shifting Satanic reptiles from outer space. But then he adds this about Icke: “For all we know, he’s putting all that in purposely so people think he’s just a nut and he can keep publishing.”

Full Story: Paranoia Magazine.

(via Adam Gorightly).

Review of David Icke Guide to the Global Conspiracy

Wow! All throughout this book and his others for that matter, Icke details and talks about how secret societies have all these very same rituals, ideas, plans and structures and how evil and dangerous they are. And then he’s saying that some unknown being wants to indoctrinate him and the rest of us in those same mystic rites and that he wants Icke and the rest of us to turn ourselves inside out.

I’m afraid that I don’t turn myself inside out for any entity; no matter how ?good’ they supposedly are.

I also have a very hard time following the logic that Satanism, witchcraft and Harry Potter are different from Icke’s sources of information. What I mean is this. Icke constantly rails against them, (well not so much Harry Potter but he does mention the ?evilness’ of the Harry Potter series) and yet Icke consorts with psychics, who channel goodness knows who, as well as witch doctors and shamans. Not that I’m against the Harry Potter series, on the contrary I loved it. And as for witches, I have a wonderful story or two that I could share about the kindness and total loving nature of a witch I happen to know. My point is there seems to be some sort of double standard or divide here. Why is one bad and the other good? It boggles my mind.

Full Story: My Strange Blog.

(via Disinfo).

David Icke and Alex Jones on Outside the Box

David Icke:

Alex Jones:

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