Tuesday, 25 February 2014

The Deception Perception by David Icke

This isn't something I would normally read but I wanted to do something special for The Ethereal 2014 Reading Challenge. 

I don't usually include the blurbs about books but what this book is about is just too hard to explain...especially with a straight face. But even the blurb doesn't explain it well enough. 

David Icke, the world s most controversial author, has spent the last quarter of a century unravelling the secrets of the Universe, reality and the forces that manipulate our world. What was once ridiculed and dismissed is now being confirmed again and again as Icke, a figure of fun for so long, is acknowledged as a man way ahead of his time.

DavidIcke.com adds
In this massive work of 435,000 words, 900 pages and more than 800 illustrations, Icke lays out in dot-connected detail a lifetime of research and insight about our ‘computer’-simulated reality, the holographic universe and the hidden non-human forces that are manipulating human life via hybrid bloodline families and networks into a global Orwellian state of total control. 

What Icke exposes across a vast range of connected subjects, people and events provides the tools and awareness for humanity to stop this unfolding nightmare and restore the world to what it once was and will be again – a place of love, harmony, peace and awakened consciousness. 

As Icke says: ‘I can now see that my whole life has been leading to this book.’ 

The Perception Deception is destined to be a work recorded by history as the masterpiece that changed the world.

My Review
The chapters on how everything is an illusion, part of the Matrix, and has frequency are excellent. This was my favorite part of the book. I also liked the parts about Gnosticism. However, Icke conveniently leaves out the parts where they did believe a true god exists. He gives the impression that all they believe in is the Demiurge which just isn't accurate.

The rest of the chapters seem to describe how every single aspect of life has been taken over by the Archon intentions. Yes this is implied by the title but if I am to believe David Icke than everything that has ever been created is to enslave me. And all of it is done by an interdimensional race to serve Saturn aka the Demiurge aka Satan. This book made me feel hopeless and depressed. Everything is to serve Saturn/Satan/Demiurge and enslave us. Yes, everything.

Icke's reason for this enslavement?

Because they are jealous of humans. And they feed off our misery. Our misery is like batteries providing juice to them.

Okay, but what happens once all of the human race is enslaved? I just couldn't figure out what the Archon end game is here. If everything isn't even real anyway, what is the point?

Is there something that hasn't been left untouched by the Archon Satan-serving lot? Icke basically lists every aspect of life as being there to serve Satan; religion, entertainment, food, medicine, science, government, our DNA...

I waited for him to talk about the things that are good in this world. And I waited and I waited and I waited. I think David Icke has got to be the most miserable human being who has ever lived.

I kept reading chapter after chapter waiting to hear about the good guys in all this. Who are the heroes? There was only ever one mentioned.

David Icke will save us all.

This book was 900 pages of how everything in all of history in all of (fake) time has been building up to enslave the human race but David Icke will save us from that fate. The solution to this enslavement is believing every word of David Icke and...

Wait for it...


We can only love each other because fighting them will do nothing. We need to follow the Golden Rule.

Let me repeat it for emphasis. After reading almost 900 pages David Icke says the solution to this mass enslavement by interdimensional beings that have permeated everything that has ever existed is to love each other and follow the Golden Rule.

Gee thanks David Icke. I hadn't thought of that.

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My Thoughts About David Icke
The blurb alone shows how egotistical this guy is and how he has a total savior complex. Who writes about their own book that it's "destined to be a work recorded by history as the masterpiece that changed the world?"

Well this "masterpiece that is destined to change the world" has a total of 10 reviews (8 positive and 2 negative) on Amazon and one of them is mine. This masterpiece isn't even in the top 100 on Amazon. But the sheeple don't recognize his genius right? 

I mean if everything he says is true about the Archon interdimensional alien race trying to enslave humans is true, how is that David Icke even got this book published, much less is even alive to tell the tale? You'd think the Archon race would have suppressed the knowledge he shares at some point in the last 25 years, right?

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