David Icke: Born April 29, 1952
David Vaughan Icke (born April 29, 1952) is an English writer, conspiracy theorist and public speaker best known for his views on what he calls “who and what is really controlling the world” and “reptilians”. He has written 16 books explaining his position, considered highly important by SRI because of their many corolations to biblical theology. Icke non the less has attracted a substantial following across the political spectrum paradoxically including many libertarian leaning americans drawn by his never ending contrarian positions which simultaneously attack both extremes of American and European politics. Icke first came to the public eye as a BBC television sports presenter and spokesman for the Green Party, but this “normal” life would begin to unravel after he met with a psychic in 1999 that told him that he was a healer placed on Earth for a purpose.
If one were to personality “type cast” David Icke I would guess he is an ENFP, the “Idealist Champion” . I have learned over the years that many extroverted highly intuitive people often walk a line between brilliance and madness. highly rational in their speech and systems of connecting massive amounts of information (conspiracies). but often finding themselves out on a limb because their decisions are generally based on “feelings”. Icke truly went off on a limb early in his new-age career as a prophet championing many “end of world” scenarios being channeled to him by spirits etc.
As a Christian, one must squarely paint Icke as a “false prophet” and simply discount his every word? Yes and No. You see, unlike most false prophets seeking to control their followers, Icke is so Libertarian in his thought patterns that he was first to admit that that he was duped. There is a sincere honesty about his persona that keeps people interested no matter what off the wall subjects he may bring up. I just pray that some day he will realize that “those christians” he so vehemently attacked early in his career are often the most open minded people who are aware that there is “some truth” behind many of his conspiracies. truths that more often than not parallel biblical eschatology. After all a man named Paul from Tarsus came face to face with the Living Christ and turned from the church’s #1 opponent to its top supporter and champion.