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Message Subject David dIcke Debunked in 19 Seconds
Poster Handle danwa
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Icke presents info and opinions based on his own life experiences and realities.
 Quoting: danwa

Has Icke ever claimed to have an experience with an actual reptilian? He may have but as far as I know, he hasn't.

I think I mentioned it in this thread but when Icke's revelations were supposedly coming from channeled information that seemed more plausible to me then his evidence for the moon matrix and saturn-moon matrix theories, does he have any actual evidence for those things?

I know his moon matrix theory pretty well and in regards to it Icke claims that he got some kind of spiritual inspiration that told him that the moon was not what it seems to be but as far as I know he doesn't claim that he got such inspiration for the mooon matrix theory itself.

How do the moon matrix and saturn moon matrix come from Icke's "his own life experiences and realities" even remotely?

David dIcke claimed to be a prophet in 2006 (see the video below). Icke fits the definition of a charlatan because when someone has made multiple predictions that have failed to come to pass but they continue to call themselves a prophet, such as:

Icke claimed Saddam Hussein was dead 1991 (not 2006 when he actually died.)

"In defiance of Icke's predictions for the early 1990s, Cuba is still to be found on the map of the real world, New York City remains upright and the white cliffs of Dover are still standing."

Read more: [link to www.dailymail.co.uk]

That is called a charlatan by the normal definition.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 23082377

Ask yourself why it is you feel compelled to debunk anyone. Reality is loosely defined by self awareness. Your opinion is as valid as any other, seek your own truth.
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