Infinite Love Is the Only Truth: Everything Else Is Illusion

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Why the “world’ is a virtual-reality game that only exists because we believe it does.

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Overview

Why the “world’ is a virtual-reality game that only exists because we believe it does.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780953881062
  • Publisher: Icke, David Books
  • Publication date: 4/1/2005
  • Pages: 217
  • Sales rank: 685,000
  • Product dimensions: 6.80 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 0.70 (d)

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  • Posted July 10, 2009

    more from this reviewer

    Icke I Like

    What is 'mind' and 'emotion' and why do they control us?

    Who created religion and what are its advocates really worshipping?

    These questions and so many more are explained with a coherence and simplicity rarely, if ever, seen before. David Icke's narrative, supported by Neil Hague's superb illustrations, will change the reality - the 'life' - of everyone who has the courage to read it. It touches on the fact that we are all divine ... and that the physical plane is just a hologram, an illusion. It also illustrates the origin of fear and how we can transcend it!

    "The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honours the servant and has forgotten the gift." ~ Albert Einstein

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 12, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    Another must read!!!!

    All David Icke books are a must read, this one just adds to the collection of answers to some really awesome questions. Very interesting and very informative.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 7, 2005

    Don't Take Hallucinogenic Drugs And Write

    This will be the sixth book I have read by Mr. Icke and I¿m sad to say, the most disappointing. His previous books proved to be very interesting reading because he was so adept at connecting the dots between the major players that were effecting global change. However, in his newest book, Mr Icke departs from his normal investigative style and takes us on a very personal journey which resulted from two experiences he had while under the influence of powerful hallucinogenic drugs. As a result, this book relies very heavily on a ¿woman¿s voice¿ and the things this ¿voice¿ told him while he was hallucinating. Therefore, one cannot comment on the book without commenting upon Mr. Icke, because the entire theme of the book is about what the ¿voices¿ told him and the epiphany he had as a result. Among other things, the ¿voice¿ said that ¿Infinite love is the only truth, and that EVERYTHING else is illusion.¿ So, the title of the book comes from an outside ¿voice¿ he ¿heard¿ while hallucinating on drugs. And then Mr. Icke spends the rest of the book trying to convince the reader of what the voice said, namely, that everything ¿ and he means EVERYTHING ¿ is an illusion except for infinite love. Mr. Icke inserts a disclaimer into one of the first few chapters, admitting that his epiphany of the illusionary world doesn¿t rely on any factual proof. He states that it will be up to the reader to draw his or her own conclusions, and whether or not to believe him. This doesn¿t mean that there aren¿t interesting parts in the book. Actually, the best parts are when Mr. Icke talks about other things besides his own personal opinions. A good example is when he shows how holograms work. However, that information is short-lived because he doesn¿t adequately explain or prove how holograms relate to the premise of the book. As a result, it becomes a hollow attempt to try and ¿prove¿ his point. I found the book difficult to read because, to put it bluntly, the majority of the book didn¿t make any sense to me.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 3, 2005

    Earth To David Icke, Come In Please

    In this strange book, David Icke takes the reader on a wild roller coaster ride full of mental gymnastics. The basic premise of the book ¿ that love is the only truth and that EVERYTHING else is illusion ¿ is irrational and absurd in the least. If I walk out in front of a bus and the bus slams into me, knocking me half-way down the block, and I am rushed to the hospital with broken bones, internal and external bleeding, and die as a result of the accident, then THAT, my friends, is no ¿illusion.¿ However, Mr. Icke would like to convince you of precisely just that ¿ that it was all just an ¿illusion.¿ They have a place for people who believe and think the way that Mr. Icke does, and place is called a mental institution. If you have plenty of time to waste, then by all means, buy this book. However, if you¿d rather not read a book full of delusional paranoia, then please buy something else.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted February 16, 2010

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