David Icke and the Moon Matrix

... I have just had the opportunity to watch
some youtube videos by David Icke, whose
claim to fame is his assertion that the British
Royal Family and other world leaders, are being
manipulated by inter-dimensional reptilian
creatures, in order to create a New World Order

... as I listened to him, I found myself agreeing
with most things he says in principle, even though
it all seems so far-fetched, because in essence
he is saying the same message which the
Srimad Bhagavatam teaches

... Icke talks of the Golden Age of Man, the same
Golden Yuga talked about in the Srimad Bhagavatam,
in which mankind had expanded awareness and powers,
and lived to extraordinary ages

... he also talks about the fall of mankind, at the
end of the Golden Age, at which time, men were put
under control of inter-dimensional aliens

... he claims these aliens hover behind all world
leaders, guiding their thoughts and actions, by
keeping contact with our special chakra points

... this is also the same information which the
Srimad Bhagavatam relates, which calls the
inter-dimensional creatures the demi-gods, and
further states that we cannot do anything, not
even lift a finger, or breathe, unless the
demi-gods allow it ... they control our chakras

... Icke goes on to explain that our cosmic
consciousness is degraded by what he calls
the Moon Matrix, and unless one intently
pursues expanding his cosmic consciousness,
the Moon Matrix will pull back you back
down into a base earth consciousness of
material illusions

... the Srimad Bhagavatam says the exact same
thing, only it calls the Moon Matrix by
its more well known name, Maya

... similar to Icke, Prabhupada constantly
relates that Maya is designed to pull all
souls back into the illusion of the material
world, unless one intently pursues expanding
one's cosmic consiousness

... any deviation from the path to perfection,
and Maya regains control over you, it's foolproof

... both Icke and the Srimad Bhagavatam assert
that the moon and the planets are actually
portals for inter-dimensional energies; they
are more than what we see with the human eye

... now Icke seems to want oppose the control
by the inter-dimensional creatures, the demi-gods,
but the Srimad Bhagavatam says this is futile,
as Maya or the Moon Matrix will win everytime

... the Srimad Bhagavatam, Prabhupada, and
the Krishna Consciousness movement say that
the only way out is to chant the Maha Mantra

... this is because, in this degraded age of
mankind, we cannot keep our minds on the
Supreme Consciousness, but if we chant the
Holy Names of God, God will hear our pleas and
remove us from this planet

... finally, both Icke and Srimad Bhagavatam
say that human consciousness will degrade even
further, and conditions on earth will continue
to substantially worsen

... Icke seems to want hang on to his humanity,
and fight the demi-gods, but the Srimad Bhagavatam
says that we should aspire to leave the material
world, and go to a world even beyond the dimensions
where the demi-gods live

... finally Icke seems to think that there is some
other option for our over-crowded withering planet
than the option of the New World Order, which the
demi-gods are trying to impose

... the demi-gods are doing the will of the Supreme
Consciousness. Their first job is to train us to do
the will of God, so that we might go back to Godhead
when we die as humans, otherwise we are to be kept
imprisoned on earth, under the illusion of Maya

... the second function the demi-gods must perform
is to maintain the earth, and with a planet
overburdened with materialistic humans, there is no
better solution that the scientific efficiency of the New
World Order

... and don't blame the demi-gods for the
over-population problem, it wasn't them doing all
the fornicating

... so Mr. Icke, I hear you loud clear, you
resonate with truth, but chant Mr. Icke, chant.

... according to Prabhupada, even though the demi-gods
control us like we are their dogs, they envy us,
because we humans each have a chance to go back to
Godhead, while they don't

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