Get Your Crazy On: Writing Contest


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Here is a headline from the Daily Mail on April 12, 2012:

“Welcome to our new lizard overlords: Study suggests alien worlds could be full of super-intelligent dinosaurs”

Let’s play with this ‘crazy’ study.

How would you feel if our lizard friends are already here?

How would you feel if English is invented by and is the main language of our lizard friends?

How would you feel if English is correctly pronounced ‘in lizzzz’?

To the Mayans writing was considered as a gift of the gods.

The ancient Egyptians believed that writing was invented by the gods.

In Chinese mythology the god-king Fu Xi — part lizard, part human — is reputed to be the inventor of writing.

Here is Credo Mutwa, South African Elder, Sanusi in the Zulu Nation, The carrier, the keeper of the ancient knowledge, including the ancient knowledge of the history of Africa:

…And these were the people, Sir, who first told me about a race of highly intelligent beings which they called the Chitauri – the talkers – a race of creatures which looked like reptiles, who had ruled the world for hundreds, if not thousands of years…

(from David Icke’s interview “The Reptilian Agenda” with Credo Mutwa)

Get your crazy on. Get your tickets to David Icke live at Wembley. Get on the David Icke Forum.

Join the fun 🙂

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