So here we have the wackiest conspiracy theory of all, popularised by ex-Coventry City goalkeeper David Icke: our royal family are descended from a clan of extraterrestrial lizards called the ‘Babylonian Brotherhood’. Today I’m asking, is Mr Icke’s theory really as ludicrous as it sounds?
Let’s break this down. The British House of Windsor is part of a cabal of reptilians in human form secretly controlling us as part of the New World Order. This group also includes a bunch of presidents, prime ministers and… comedian Bob Hope. They’re all descended from a race of reptilians from the Draco constellation. These reptilians invaded Earth thousands of years ago and can shape-shift when they drink human blood. Oh, and the moon isn’t real. Neither is the reality we think we’re living in. Actually, the moon is an inter-dimensional spaceship controlled by the reptilians that projects a virtual reality ‘moon matrix’ into our minds. And the reptilians are not just from outer space. They’re from the fourth dimension.
Makia Freeman, editor of The Freedom Articles, writes that “the evidence is very strong that [reptilians] exist.”
Alright then, let’s take a little look….
“They’re not human.”
Princess Diana’s nicknames for the Royal Family were “the lizards” and “the reptiles”. She also said, “They’re not human.” According to Diana, the Queen Mother was a lot older than people thought. In fact, according to Diana, none of the Royal Family had died for a long time; they just kept recreating themselves from little pieces of flesh, cloning themselves over and over.
Wait, did I say “according to Diana”? Forgive me. All this is actually according to someone called Christine Fitzgerald, allegedly a close friend and confidant of Princess Diana’s for nine years. Fitzgerald says that Diana told her these things, but didn’t want to tell anyone else for fear of being called crazy. Convenient.
What else do we know about this alleged friend of Diana’s? She’s a gifted healer (oh dear, not a good start) and all the information we have about her comes from David Icke (even worse). She’s one of the ‘eyewitnesses’ he claims to have met with when researching for his book, The Biggest Secret. It’s possible, therefore, that she’s a figment of his imagination. In any case, this ‘evidence’ from Diana is third-hand hearsay.
“I have seen her sacrifice people and eat their flesh.”
Arizona Wilder is a woman who claims to have been the subject of a mind-control experiment by the reptilians. This woman is certainly real—there is a video of David Icke interviewing her.
Wilder says this of Queen Elizabeth II:
“I have seen her sacrifice people and eat their flesh and drink their blood. One time she got so excited with blood lust that she didn’t cut the victim’s throat from left to right in the normal ritual, she just went crazy, stabbing and ripping at the flesh after she’d shape shifted into a reptilian. When she shape-shifts, she has a long reptile face, almost like a beak, and she’s an off-white colour.”
Wilder also says that Princess Diana was a victim of mind-control by the reptilians. She recalled one ‘ritual’ that both she and Diana attended. It happened in 1981, just before Diana’s marriage to Prince Charles. Wilder says that the Queen, the Queen Mother, Prince Philip, Diana’s father Earl Spencer, Prince Charles and Camilla Parker-Bowles were all present when Diana was brought into the room. After being drugged, Diana was told by the Royals that her marriage to Charles was nothing more than a means to produce heirs. That Camilla was his true consort, not her.
Wow, it all makes sense now. That’s why Diana said, “There were three of us in this marriage.”
Icke believes that Diana’s tragic demise in a car crash in 1997 was a ritualistic murder committed by the reptilian Royal Family, a sacrifice to the ancient goddess Diana—or something.
“He married his crocodile wife.”
As far as I’m aware, Mohammed Al-Fayed does not subscribe to Icke’s theory that the Royal Family are lizards. But he’s certainly not a fan. He believes wholeheartedly that they conspired to murder Princess Diana and his son, Dodi Fayed. But pro-reptilian conspiracy theorists have seized on his words and taken them literally.
When Al-Fayed accused Prince Charles of being involved in Diana’s death, he said that he was “clearing the decks” so he could marry Camilla Parker-Bowles—his “crocodile wife”. That must mean he knows that Camilla is a shape-shifting reptile like the rest of them! He also referred to the Royal Family as a “Dracula family”—whatever that means. Oh, wait. The conspiracy theorists know exactly what that means, drawing connections between Dracula, blood-sucking and of course, the Draco constellation where the reptilians are from.
Sorry, but I can’t hold it any longer. Some of the conspiracy theories I write about actually have merit. Princess Diana’s death, for instance, is definitely one that is steeped in uncomfortable unanswered questions. And yes, cover-ups do happen, we all know that.
But this? David Icke’s reptilian New World Order claptrap is the most absurd conspiracy theory I’ve ever heard (actually, maybe this and ‘Flat Earth’ are tied). The people that Icke interviewed—they’re not ‘eyewitnesses’. They’re mentally deranged idiots. Having watched parts of Icke’s interview with Arizona Wilder, it’s frankly astonishing. It’s one utter fruit and nut cake interviewing another.
Icke has to be from the land of stupid to take these people’s ludicrous ramblings about blood-sucking lizards and mind-control rituals and ancient aliens as gospel—without a shred of physical proof. And that’s what this boils down to, folks. Not a single piece of objective physical evidence exists to support Icke’s theories. Nothing. Zilch.
What’s fascinating to me is how articulate Icke is about his lizard theories. He speaks as though he really does know what he’s talking about. Guess that shows how deep his mental illness goes. Oh, and he’s a footballer, isn’t he? They do say a lot of them would lose a debate with a doorknob (sorry, footie fans 🙂 ).
All of this is beautifully entertaining, of course, I’ll give it that. They could make a great TV show of it.
Oh wait, they did. V.
Funny. David Icke starting spouting nonsense about lizards taking over the world after the TV series V aired, popularising the idea. His ‘moon matrix’ theory came some years after the release of a little movie called The Matrix.
What does this tell us?
Next week: a conspiracy proven true—Watergate