David Icke's Biggest Secret: the conspiracy theory the Queen is a reptilian
John Lydon said "she ain't no human being."
David Icke is famous for being a very controversial conspiracy theorist and he shocked a lot of people including many of his fans when he announced in his book The Biggest Secret that The Queen and the British Royal Family are shape-shifting reptilians.
The theory is that a reptilian or alien race from another star system and from another dimension interbred with the human race many thousands of years ago and that the descendants of this reptilian and human hybrid bloodline are the rulers of the world today. These reptilians are also known as the Draco and it is believed that they can change from human to their true reptilian form.
David Icke says that some of these
reptilians are in another dimension and can possess and control people
from there and that others are in this physical world but hidden by a
human appearance. Yet more are in physical bodies but live deep
Bizarre as this information is, Icke says that he met people all around the world who told him stories about how they had witnessed humans changing into reptiles and that the idea is supported by all the legends and references in myths and religions about reptilian beings.
Johnny Rotten's still my hero image
God Save The Queen - The Sex Pistols
magazine featured an illustration of The Queen with some of her skin peeled back to show her reptilian nature. You can view this cover artwork here: Fortean Times and cover with The Queen as a reptilian. Fortean Times
Back at the start of the punk rock era in the late '70s the Sex Pistols had a number one that was banned from broadcast entitled God Save the Queen and in the lyrics John Lydon aka Johnny Rotten sings: "she ain't no human being."
Inspired by all this back in 2002 the year of the Queen's Jubillee, I wrote a song entitled Johnny Rotten's still my Hero, which mentions David Icke and Johnny Rotten in the lyrics and also the fact that "Diana called the family "lizards."
This information was taken from David Icke's book in which he says that Christine Fitzgerald who knew Princess Diana told him that this was how she actually often referred to the Windsor family. There is an online interview with David in which he explains this.
Back in 2001, I had met a group of girls in their late teens at a gig I played at the West End Centre in Aldershot and they became instant fans of mine. We were talking in the bar and exchanged contact details and kept in touch by e-mail. Several months after my gig one of them called Ellie got in touch to say they were feeling inspired by me to get their own band together and they wanted to ask me a question.
They wanted to know if I would have them as my support act if I played in the Aldershot area again. Ellie said they were going to call their group The Somethings.
I replied saying we could do something even better than that - they could back me on a new song I had written. The girls agreed and I went down to Aldershot for a rehearsal at Ellie's house.
After that I had to leave it with them to sort out a date for recording and a studio in their area. I had to do this because the girls were in their last year at college and had exams and a couple of them had part-time jobs and it had to be a date everyone could be free on.
So we only had that one rehearsal to go by when the big day came and that left the recording a bit rough at the edges but I thought it fitted the spirit of D-I-Y music that punk rock was about. I added an ending line to the song: "We're the Somethings and we've got it all planned, and we don't care if we get banned."
I don't know what happened to The Somethings because they all went separate ways by going on to university and we lost touch.
I wrote to David Icke to tell him about my song and it got a plug in his headlines on his website at the time.
Whether the Queen is a reptilian or not is perhaps debateable but that her family are Germans is not. Also, her husband Prince Philip is Greek.
Wikipedia tells us: "The House of Windsor is the current Royal House of the United Kingdom and each of the other Commonwealth realms. It is a branch of the House of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha (German: Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha ), which adopted the name Windsor by a royal proclamation of George V in 1917."
People in the UK are brought up to think that the royal family are British but they are not. And if the Sex Pistols song and David Icke are right they are also not humans. Conspiracy theorists and followers of Icke's actually believe this stuff about alien shapeshifting reptilians disguised as human beings! What a crazy world this is!
Reptilian Queen Jubilee
© 2009 Steve Andrews
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