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Old 06-22-2009, 12:09 AM   #1
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Default David Icke on Alex Jones TV: Superseding the Reptilian Brain

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David Icke on Alex Jones TV: Superseding the Reptilian Brain
By Sterling Allan
June 21, 2009

A fascinating dialogue between two pillars in the freedom and enlightenment movement; relevant to the emergence of free energy technology because it describes the 'mindset' of those who seek to suppress the emergence of these technology [sic] that would not only make oil obsolete, but would remove one of the primary methods of maintaining control over society.

Alex Jones is one of the most courageous spokesmen on the subject of the intentional erosion of freedom by a cabal who is seeking to establish a New World Order that would essentially be a global socialist dictatorship, for which President Barak Obama has been putting the U.S. on the fast track.

I recommend that you subscribe to his YouTube channel, http://www.youtube.com/user/TheAlexJonesChannel and listen in once in a while.

One of the most amazing interviews he's done on his http://PrisonPlanet.tv show, from a spiritual point of view, is an interview he did on June 15, 2009, with David Icke, former professional football player, reporter, BBC television sports presenter, author, popular lecturer and New World Order researcher. See David's website at http://www.davidicke.com

Here they talk about the "reptilian brain," which is a mainstream scientific term for the brain stem where the primitive animalistic instincts are found: fight-flight, knee-jerk reactions, fear, lust, survival instincts. In contrast, the enlightened "consciousness" component of advanced humans, can supersede this animalistic foundation, and will ultimately be what enables civilization to rise above the present central-authoritarian-control-based society (New World Order) that is based in the reptilian brain instincts, both in terms of the controllers and those who allow themselves to be controlled.

It's a fascinating dialogue between two pillars in the freedom movement and well worth your time to listen to it.

This subject is highly relevant to the emergence of free energy technology as well, because it describes the "mindset" (reptilian) of those who seek to suppress the emergence of these technologies that would not only make oil obsolete, but would remove one of the primary methods of maintaining control over society. Distributed energy and free, individualistic, enlightened expression go hand in hand. That is our destiny.

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Here's the link for part 1 of 10 of the interview:

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Old 06-22-2009, 12:22 AM   #2
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Thanks I'll check it out. I used to listen to Alex Jones all the time. His yelling and theatrics got to me after awhile. I do like his guests and put up with it when he has someone interesting on.
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Old 06-22-2009, 12:31 AM   #3
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Thanks I'll check it out. I used to listen to Alex Jones all the time. His yelling and theatrics got to me after awhile. I do like his guests and put up with it when he has someone interesting on.
His voice is irritating, too, but he's tops in my book! A couple of years ago when I was soooo upset about my country's Bill of Rights being shred to pieces, he was the only other person I knew of who was as upset as I was!
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I guess that's why he has such great guests, funny that someone with a voice like that could make it in Radio.
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Old 06-22-2009, 01:00 AM   #5
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I guess that's why he has such great guests, funny that someone with a voice like that could make it in Radio.
It is interesting about his voice because if you watch his early documentaries, he has a beautiful voice. I think the bullhorning has damaged his vocal cords!
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I wonder what a reptilian would sound like? Perhaps we could compare Alex's voice to that of one and find out?
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It is interesting about his voice because if you watch his early documentaries, he has a beautiful voice. I think the bullhorning has damaged his vocal cords!
I'll have to watch some. Yes he very well could have taxed his vocal cords his voice has become harsh.
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I wonder what a reptilian would sound like? Perhaps we could compare Alex's voice to that of one and find out?
You're such a joy!
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