David Icke Q&A Electronic Implant Exposed!
David Icke Perception Deception
In the Q&A broadcast from David Icke on the 14th of September 2014. If you listen closely at 29 minutes 52 seconds. David Icke says something unintelligible followed by “fafft don’t talk to me”. Remember David Icke lives alone! So is unlikely to be conversing with someone else in the small room he uses as his office.
Is this evidence of David Icke having an electronic implant? As he clearly is telling someone not to communicate with him. Or is it just a glitch? What do you all think?
It is also worth mentioning that in his book The Truth Vibrations. David mentions being sat on his bed and hearing a womans voice. He has mentioned this on several occasions in various interviews too.
David has visited many countries on his travels. When performing lectures and on speaking engagements. It would be easy to of performed a secret procedure. To implant the device without his knowledge. When he was jet lagged and staying in a strange place.
David Icke has also said that the top of his head blew off and that he was stuck to the ground and could not move for hours in Peru. I can confirm that my own experience of when the device was activated resulted in a similer experience. With it feeling like my feet were magnatised to the ground and would not move at times. Also I experienced a burning and electrocution sensation. With pulses of energy rippling all over my body.
The device has been around since the early 70’s as you can see if you investigate the various links to other patents for similer technology listed on the following webpage.
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No, I’ve listened to that part of the video a few times and David appears to be saying, “This is vital to me” at that point.
I think it is possible that you are not being given the same audio as I have on that video or you have not listened with all your attention to it. I have listened a few times and I can’t hear david saying “This is vital to me” Although he does say a few seconds afterwards at 29 minutes 55 seconds “Most important thing for me”
I listened to the video in the link you gave in your article, I haven’t listed or viewed that video anywhere else. David does actually lower his head and move it around at the point he says, “This is vital to me” and then follows it up with, “The most important thing for me”. I viewed that point in the video a few times and typed the words in that part of the video, as I listened to it over and over again. So, I’m fairly sure he just says, “This is vital to me”, it only appears to sound slightly differently due to the way he moves his head while saying it, as it to highlight what he is saying at that part in the video.
That’s right, some of those types of implant devices do exist, you are definitely right in some of what you have been saying, but possibly mainly for tracking purposes only, or possibly some devices which could be used as explosive devices as well, as you mentioned as well. It wouldn’t surprise me if there are people walking around with these types of implant devices inside of them. Those types of devices would be fairly low tech devices though, fairly easy to manufacture using existing technology and easy enough to implant during a medical examination or something like that. The only problem as I was saying, would be the capacity of battery power on a tracking device. Mind control implant devices to control a person’s thoughts or speech would be very advanced technology, I’m not sure devices such as those would exist, even within the present limits of secret technological capabilities. Possibly what does exist is maybe modified viral strains which can do all manner of alterations to a person’s state of mind, as that would get over the need for a battery or some other type of power source for an implanted device, or else as I was saying, controlling a person’s thoughts or speech can still be done using mind control or hypnotic suggestions.
The power is probably taken via thermal heat from the body, or via Tesla wireless transmission.
That’s possibly the case, certainly for a tracking device or an explosive device anyway, or a limited sort of device like that, although mobile phones can easily be used as tracking devices and possibly explosive devices anyway, so there’s possibly no need for anyone to go to the trouble of implanting a device for these types of purposes when covert surveillance of a person’s mobile phone will do the same job anyway. As I was saying though, I think possibly other functions might still be out of the range of present technology and cost wise it would probably not be worth the bother when easier and less expensive methods of mind control exist.