Why David Icke would love Tenerife in the Canary Islands

The reptilian conspiracy and evidence in Tenerife

Conspiracy theorist and author David Icke ought to come to the Canary Islands. He has become well known for putting forward the idea that the world is controlled by shape-shifting reptilians that are able to masquerade as humans. He believes that the Royal Family and leading politicians carry the hybrid human and alien bloodline that enables them to change from one form to the other.

The Biggest Secret

He first wrote about this in his book The Biggest Secret, in which he named names and quoted from people who claimed to have witnessed reptilians. One of these was fellow author Stewart Swerdlow.

David has pointed out as backup to his theory that reptilian images, such as dragons, are found all around the world and are often in coats of arms and displayed in the architecture of buildings such as churches. If he came to Tenerife he would find plenty of examples of reptilians on the island.

Reptilian photos

Reptilian supermarket
Reptilian supermarket
Dragon in the Puerto de la Cruz coat of arms
Dragon in the Puerto de la Cruz coat of arms
Dragon in the masonic gardens of La Orotava
Dragon in the masonic gardens of La Orotava
Mayan sacrifice scene
Mayan sacrifice scene

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Puerto de la Cruz

If David came to Tenerife he would find a dragon conspicuously depicted in the coat of arms of the popular resort of Puerto de la Cruz. If he headed inland a short distance, in the town of La Orotava, he would again find dragons, not only in the heraldic shield for the place but on buildings and in the metalwork of gates in a mysterious masonic gardens that surounds a mausoleum there.

This would be of particular interest to David, I would imagine, as he has strongly linked the Freemasons with the Reptilian conspiracy to run the world. Tenerife has masonic lodges that advertise in the press and much of the architecture of the island shows Freemasonic and occult symbolism.

Cueva del Viento

The island of Tenerife is riddled with caves and boasts the longest volcanic tube in the world, which is known as Cueva del Viento ("Cave of the Wind".) Icke and Swerdlow both claim that as well as reptilians that are disguised as humans there are others in their true form living deep underground in their bases there, whilst yet more are in another plane of existence or dimension parallel to this one.

Draco

They say that these beings were originally from another planet and galaxy and are known as the Draco. They are aliens.

Tenerife has had many UFO sightings in places such as Mt Teide, El Médano and Punta del Hidalgo. It has also been claimed that there are portals and entrances to other dimensions here. Barranco del Badajoz in the Gúímar area is one of these.

Pyramids

Gúímar is famous for its pyramids that are housed today in the Ethnographic Park there.

Many people believe these pyramids were built by the Guanche people who lived on the Canary Islands before the Spanish invasion long ago. There are more of these constructions on the other side of the island in San Marcos and Santa Bárbara which are both in the Icod de los Vinos area that was a known stronghold for the Guanches.

There is an exhibition in the centre displaying pyramids from around the world and evidence of a pyramid-building culture worldwide. Amongst the photos, artefacts and models on display is a picture of a Mayan sacrifice to a reptilian serpent god.

Thor Heyerdahl

Pyramids were made in Mexico and Central and South America and had been witnessed by the late Thor Heyerdahl who had created the Ethnographic Park with the help of shipping magnate Fred Olsen.

That these ancient cultures had reptilian serpent deities of course is further evidence for Icke and Swerdlow's theory as being a reality.

Besides dragons in its architecture and heraldry, mysterious pyramids, UFO-sighting areas and underground cave system, Tenerife also has weird trees known as Dragon Trees. The largest of these is said to be between 1,000 and 3,000 years-old and is called the "Drago Milenario":

This ancient tree has become a symbol for the island and stands in a small park in the city of Icod de los Vinos. The botanical name for the Dragon Tree is Dracaena draco.

And if all of that isn't enough, Tenerife has a supermarket chain with a reptilian name and a friendly little dinosaur in its logos. The supermarket is called Hiperdino!

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