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Infinite Love Is the Only Truth: Exposing the Dreamworld We Believe to Be Real' [Anglais] [Broché]

David Icke , Neil Hague
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Infinite Love is the Only Truth - Everything Else is Illusion Quite simply, the cutting edge just moved! Never before has a book explained with such clarity why 'physical' reality is merely an illusion that only exists in our brain. Fantastic? Sure it is. But David Icke's information, presented in a way that everyone can understand, is a life-changing exposure of both the illusion we believe to be 'real' and the way this illusion is generated and manipulated... Full description

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  • Broché: 223 pages
  • Editeur : Bridge of Love (30 avril 2005)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0953881067
  • ISBN-13: 978-0953881062
  • Dimensions du produit: 24 x 17,2 x 1,4 cm
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 One of the Greatest Books ever Written 24 août 2005
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According to the author all material limitations are produced by a so-called mind trapped in a matrix world of deception, which is supported and fed by a vicious circle of fear.
Material life is an illusion generated with the aid of the Reptilian illuminati who tricks and controls the human mind through holograms, disasters, be them natural or not, (9-11) cell phone towers, television, the government, chemicals in food and water, dreams and countless other ways.
It is good to know that David Icke is not the first to say that human experience is an illusion. Science and Health, authored by Mary Baker Eddy, has been teaching the illusive, mental nature of time, the body, matter, and limitations since 1875. Also some Oriental religions teach Maya or the illusive nature of life.
Human fear, which is expressed in hate and competition for "limited" resources, is the most effective weapon in the hands of the manipulators says David.
Take a look for instance of what happened on 9-11-01, which was nothing but a nasty show of the Illuminati to generate fear, to divide nations for feeding the illusion and enslaving humans. (Yet the oppressors are losing the mental confrontation, they say)
"There is no creation." Says Icke and I agree with him. There is not such a thing as material, limited creation of planets, peoples and nature. One of the most effective tricks of the rulers is the lie, pushed mostly through religions, of an imperfect God who has created mater, time and evil.
Yet I believe there is an escape from the trap and this book will get you out of your cell and into at least the prison yard. The next step for freedom, in my opinion, is the understanding of our here and now Perfection, Our Divinity and Oneness.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Icke's most impressive awareness expander so far 27 mai 2005
Par Jed Shlackman - Publié sur Amazon.com
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David Icke's new book picks up where the final section of his Tales From The Time Loop left off - in examining the nature of consciousness and reality. There is less focus on the details of Illuminati history and more examination of how all is a virtual reality game - the "Matrix," generated by Consciousness itself to challenge itself and explore the possibilities of existence when separation and limitation are the basis of perception. Icke throws in a number of interesting photos, including his nude self from I am Me I am Free, Neil Hague's metaphysical art, holographic 3D images, and Dr. Emoto's water crystals as popularized by the What The Bleep Do We Know movie. This book seems to me a positive step for Icke, but the title is problematic due to the nature of associations of the world "love." All things considered, this a great book to expand your mind with and help in deprogramming onself from the confines of this experiential reality matrix. The illusions exist only as consciousness perceives itself in limited (filtered, programmed) ways. Icke is a truly groundbreaking author in connecting holistic science, spiritual development, and research into dark polarity power structures. By helping us understand these topics he has employed some nice wit and come to the realization that it's all an Illusion of sorts. Nice work David!
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Hits and Misses 8 février 2007
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The Hits with this book for me involve references to the Holographic Universe, by Michael Talbot, and Castaneda, and the whole idea of the world as illusion, or matrix, which I believe carries much weight. I think that ultimately Icke has changed the focus in this book from previous ones to the more positive idea that Love is the greatest reality. I agree! Without knowing it, I think, Icke in his words echoes many concepts contained in Yoga, Buddhism, and (especially, I think) Gnosticism (his reptiles sounds a lot like the archons, his matrix the creation of the gnostic Demiurge).

The Misses are big, though. How is it that Icke says that the way out of the matrix is by simply understanding that we are Infinite Consciousness... and presto: we're free! Yet at the same time, he dedicates two entire chapters to demonstrating that all religions and new age movements are simply mechanisms of division and control on the part of the Matrix itself? I think he is spot-on when he points out that religious literalism and fundamentalism cause little more than strife and division, and that religious legalism can easily become fanaticism. But if Icke actually did his homework and investigated the mystical and esoteric teachings contained in some of the religions he dismisses as hogwash, he would see that many people have worked much, much harder at understanding the nature of reality than he has, have even transcended the ego, illusion, the matrix, if you will, achieved gnosis, theosis, Union with the Infinite, enlightenment, etc, and have left us practical methods for doing the same. These methods are to be found in the many paths of Yoga, Christian Mysticism, Buddhism, Sufism, and others.

I loved how the book stretched my mind. I loved how it analysed the global deception reality in a metaphysical, holistic, time-and-space-transcending manner. But by dismissing all religions and new age movements with a single stroke of his pen, he is, in my opinion, dismissing some of the very means of achieving what he claims is the solution to all of this : Infinite Love.

With respect to David Icke and his courage for coming forth with his thoughts and research, he leaves us with no practical instructions for waking up to the greater consciousness of which he speaks. For that, I believe we should turn to the mystics, within and without religious traditions, to find the way.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Trailer park Advaita for the unwashed! 22 mai 2005
Par Scott Meredith - Publié sur Amazon.com
It has taken David Icke 15 years (since his epiphany in 1990) and umpteen books to reach the same conclusions that he could have jumped to in 15 minutes spent reading about Ramana Maharishi.

Stripped of all the breathless scattershot verbiage, the message boils down to (as the title says) "Everything is an illusion". Individual human consciousness units are game pieces trapped in an artificial Matrix - a web of deception designed to milk fear and other negative emotions for use as energy for its own sustenance and expansion. Pretty much everything you could roll out as a topic for conversation is just another brick in that wall - space, time, nature, DNA, science, religion, technology, art, education, medicine, and of course the financial system and the endless wars - you name it.

The shape-shifting reptilians for which David Icke was once radically famous are now pretty much demoted to minor bit-player operatives in the overall scheme (and even come in for a bit of sympathy).

The book's message really is pure "Advaita" - the ancient Hindu doctrine that, well, "Everything is an illusion". The part about Infinite Love is so removed from regular human garden variety love (which all its pressures, pains, and fears) that you might as well tag Icke's concept as Advaitic "Self" (big S!) and be done with it.

A book like this (in fact most of Icke's books) also really show the influence of the Web on authorship. Anybody can be an instant expert on anything, but that fact-finding power doesn't necessarily confer logic or organization skills.

So given all this kvetching, why my 5 Star rating?

Simple! I mean the answer to that is simple, and the reason is that Icke presents the same message more SIMPLY and more humorously than the regular Neo-Advaitic authors. The presentation of core concept "Everything is an illusion" by the current crop of Neo-Advaitic authors (no, "Neo" isn't a reference to The Matrix here, it just means the Western 21st century appropriation of classical Advaita by such as John Wheeler, Nathan Gill, Jan Kersschot, and so on) are so bloodless, dull, and humorless that Icke's version cuts through them like a top-end Harley Davidson hog through a kid's tricycle race. Admittedly though Icke gilds the lily a LOT more than those purist Neo-Advait's mentioned, with his digressions about natural health maintenance, sexuality, 9-11 conspiracy, Jewish religious law (he should've gone easier on that particular one, why continue to feed the spurious charges of anti-Semitism?), and on and on.

Icke delivers the goods with a lot more sauce and fun than anybody else. However, as usual it is more diagnosis than practical working prescription (maybe it has to be this way, as in Icke's world, one sign you are dealing with The Matrix is the prevalance of RULES governing everything). That does leave us with a bit of a quandry - how to actually eject ourselves from The Matrix? Hmmm, maybe those Neo-Advaita authors are looking a bit better ...

One area where Icke is a bit naiive is that he seems to accept some kind of unit of "consciousness" as the subject for all the deception. "Your consciousness is trapped" type of thing. What is that - "consciousness"? Is there some base unit of inviduation there that we need to deal with? I remember somebody once asked Ramana - "How should we treat others?" His answer - "There are no others."

But I think Icke differs in one small way from the Neo-Advaits in that they seem to say that there is no escape apart from acceptance. 'Lie back and enjoy it' type of thing. Whereas Icke seems to feel you could really jump ship entirely, into a pool of pure infinite Love.

Anyway, I want to know HOW to escape! For now, this book will at least get you out of your cell and into the prison yard.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 New Age, Old Conspiracy 26 octobre 2006
Par David R. Poole - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.

Carl Justav Jung

For those who like New Age philosophy conjoined with conspiracy theory, Infinite Love is the Only Truth Everything Else is Illusion by David Icke provides an intoxicating mix of consciousness-expanding insight, radical hypothesis, and sinister, covert agendas by a parallel species that simultaneously exists with and enslaves humanity. The author's inward journey began in 1990 wherein he discovered that life itself is an illusion put in place as a means of control; that the very five senses we rely on in our daily life to "see" the world are no better than a pentagon-inspired prison, designed specifically to keep us blind; and that there is only one truth: love... everything else is illusion.

The first two chapters are devoted almost exclusively to the author's views of the ultimate conspiracy theory: the Illuminati, the fascist super secret society that rules the world through nefarious means and strict control of their bloodline. Those new to David Icke, may be surprised to find his views go slightly further out in that he believes the Illuminati is in actuality a completely alien, reptilian life form that can at will vibrate at a different frequency to apparently shape shift to mask their true identity. Conspiracy theories always make for a fast, entertaining read, and this book is no exception; however, the author's lack of footnotes of source material, actual witnesses, photographic or other hard evidence, make his theories speculative at best and libelous at worst. President Bush and Prime Minister Blair are evil, shape-shifting reptoids according to Mr. Icke, but in this book he offers not one scintilla of evidence to support this supposition.

The book presents a strong case for silent command and control of the world population by a series of "Problem, Reaction, Solution" scenarios, as epitomized by the 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center. The Illuminati-controlled governmental agencies destroy the towers; the public at large demands a strong response; and the Illuminati governmental puppets provide a "solution", which of course entails the deletion of previous freedoms and ceding further control to the Illuminati. This is referred to as a kind of silent warfare and is yet another tool in the Illuminati's arsenal to control our lives and trap our consciousness, which if allowed to be awakened, would hold infinite potential without the imposed restrictions of our reptilian masters.

From conspiracy, the book quickly shifts to a kind of New Age philosophy extremely similar to views espoused by the Advaita Vedanta (Hinduism) that states what we call "life" is really the dream, and "Infinite Love is the Only Truth". Substitute the word "love" with the Hindu concept of Brahman, and the overall message is exactly the same. Mr. Icke is not referring to love in the conventional sense, such as the way a man loves his wife, but rather as it represents "the One", "the Whole", or "Everything" (in other words, we are all infinite beings, with infinite consciousness, and are all "One").

It wasn't years spent with a yogi studying Hindu texts and meditation that shaped Mr. Icke's philosophy, but rather a visit to the Amazon rain forest and receiving it telepathically under the influence of the psychotropic ayahuasca, a giant vine (that contains a naturally occurring hallucinogenic alkaloid [DMT]) used historically by indigenous people for shamanic and medicinal purposes. The ayahuasca freed the author's mind, and combined with a series of synchronicities in his life, convinced him of the importance of the event and the meaning of the message. Unfortunately, by choosing to blend his Neo-Hindu philosophy with his previously held beliefs of reptilian overlords and shadow governments, the author has taken two disparate topics that don't necessarily seem to belong in the same book. It is difficult at times to follow, as the book is somewhat poorly organized and flip flops between conspiracy and New Ageism.

The book's preferred method for describing the illusionary world our infinite consciousness is trapped in is the Matrix. Much like the movie of the same name, the Matrix is a shared holographic reality, delivered to us through the DNA receiver and transmitter that is our bodies. By now you must be asking yourself "What do I take? The blue pill or the red pill?" Unfortunately neither, as Mr. Icke does not offer an easy answer as to how one escapes the Matrix, but rather this: "Only when we become pure consciousness in awareness of itself can we ditch the bodies and with them the Matrix."

The best chapter in the book is called The God Program, and it's so good it left me wanting more. Basically, the chapter makes the case that religions are nothing more than programs in the Matrix, designed as another means of control. If I were a book publisher, I would be approaching David Icke to stretch the chapter out to a full-length book... It's that good. Equally good, and included generously throughout the book are excellent, full color artwork by Neil Hague, that illustrate the concepts the author presents.

Despite the obviously contradictory nature of combining conspiracy theory with New Age philosophy, Infinite Love is the Only Truth Everything Else is Illusion is an exciting, educational book to read. One might not agree with the author's claims, but you cannot deny he's a lively talented writer, who is extremely skilled at pulling you in with the almost conversational tone he sets throughout the book. Reading Infinite Love is the Only Truth Everything Else is Illusion is similar to a long, late night conversation with your well-read friends over drinks at a local pub. Maybe your pal had one too many and is making the case that lizards rule the world and everything we see is illusion, but he sure sounds convincing and is great fun to listen to!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Revealing and straight to the point! 13 janvier 2006
Par Luigi - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
This book is awesome. It is just telling me what I already suspected. The reptilian theory could be explained better, what the author is saying is that the inner, deeper part of us (the subconscious, also called the ego) is the entity that creates the reality we experience. this hidden part of our psyche is controlled and orchestrated by the deepest and oldest part of our brain which is a relict from the reptilian species, that is why David refer to them as the controllers of our reality. they are really ourselves and the seeming duality is just an illusion created by the act of separation (I hope I didn't lose you there...). Quantum physics should shed some light on the inner working of this concept. Overall: EXCELLENT!
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