Incarnation: T or F?

For those of you out of the conspiracy theory research loop, the last few days have finally cemented David Wilcock’s status as a colossal fraud.

Wilcock, along with his cohort Benjamin Fulford, claimed that based on “insider information’ by an informant named “Drake”, at the beginning of July, there were going to be mass arrests of Illuminati members. It also involved some convoluted story involving triad gangs like the White Dragon Society and a trillion-dollar lawsuit, gold being hoarded up in China somewhere and finally culminated to Wilcock apparently receiving death threats and breaking down in tears on Project Camelot.  (If  all this sounds confusing, it is, it’s as mixed up as Wilcock’s mind).

I never liked Wilcock. He always struck me as a little disingenuous and what really tipped the barrel for me was that he was arrogant enough to go so far as to claim that he’s an incarnation of Edgar Cayce  because a) they look like each other and b) apparently they have similarities in their natal astrological charts and on the basis of this, we’re somehow supposed to believe him.

Edgar Cayce and David Wilcock side by side

The mystic of Virginia Beach, Edgar Cayce

Sorry Bro, I’m just not seeing it

Wilcock is a proven fraud. Back in 2009 he said that Full Disclosure would be taking place any day now, meaning that governments were finally going to come clean and admit to the existence of UFOs and alien races. It never happened. And now this mass arrests bullshit. Anyone who takes Wilcock seriously after this seriously needs to have their heads examined.

But this got me thinking about people who are real incarnations, not proclaimed or assumed ones.

I mean we know the Dalai Lama is the 14th incarnation of the Tibetan Bodhisattva of Compassion, Avalokiteśvara.

The Tibetan Bodhisattva of Compassion – God form

And in human form

Here’s a look at some people I’ve come up with who certainly are much more than meets the eye…

Brian May, lead guitarist for Queen and Sir Isaac Newton

Both are geniuses in the pure and applied sciences

I make no secret of the fact that I’m crazy when it comes to great music and rocking out. Brian May is considered to be one of the best rock guitarists ever. Rolling Stone magazine ranked him #26 in their Top 100 Best Rock Guitarists of all time. He was also responsible for writing some of Queen’s top hits including “We Will Rock You” and “Fat Bottomed Girls”. Dude is not only mega talented, he is fiercely smart as well. He dropped out of his doctorate program in astrophysics to pursue his musical career in Queen. Then 30 years later, he went back to school and got his PhD in astrophysics. His thesis was  entitled “A Survey of Radial Velocities in the Zodiacal Dust Cloud”  and he is currently Chancellor of Liverpool John Moores University.

Sir Isaac Newton was also a mathematician and physicist. We have him to thank for coming up with calculus and half the laws surrounding mechanical physics and understanding the laws of gravitational motion. Little known fact: Dude was a serious student of alchemy, astrology and religion. According to his calculations the world would end no sooner than 2060.

Here’s a wonderful interview with Brian May which gives you an inkling of where he lies on spiritual matters:

Professor Noam Chomsky and any of the Old Testament Prophets

Typical Sagittarius Philosopher prophet, Noam Chomsky

Being a prophet is very hard work. The prophetic assignment is not always portrayed as positive and prophets were often the target of persecution and opposition. They usually spoke truths which no one wanted to hear and often went against the grain of society. In some ways they were rebels. You see this over and over again if you read any of the old religious texts. Practically every prophet from the Old Testament were ostracised. Same thing happened to Mohammed in medieval Saudi Arabia. Buddha also upset the apple cart and pissed off some of the Brahmin Hindu priesthood. People who challenge the status quo often have to pay a high price for it.

For over 50 years, Professor Chomsky has challenged American foreign policy, the occupation of Palestine, the mechanics of globalization. You name it, he’s taken it on is some form or other. With over 100 books behind him, Chomsky is considered the most important living intellectual and is the only living intellectual in the Top 10 of all-time quoted intellectuals in the Social Sciences Citations Index (he’s at number 8, between Plato and Sigmund Freud). In a most just world, he would have won the Nobel Peace Prize a long time ago but seeing as corrupted the system is, it’s war criminals like Henry Kissinger who get it instead.

Why do I think he’s a possible incarnation of an Old Testament prophet? Chomsky comes from a line of ancient Hebrew scholars. His father was a renowned Hebrew linguist. You have to remember that before the establishment of Israel, Hebrew had been a dead language for many, many years, much like Latin is these days.  Chomsky’s commitment to fighting the good fight and his moral outrage is unparalleled in today’s word of bland talking heads and morally impotent academics.

(I know he’s a dyed-in-the-wool atheist, and I know this will never happen but I would love to get him in a regressionist’s chair one day and see what comes out of that marvelous mind of his.)

This is my favorite clip of Chomsky:

Dr. Norman  Finkelstein and  any of the Old Testament Prophets

Another Sagittarius Philosopher prophet

I find Dr. Norman Finkelstein to be one  amazing individual. It’s not the fact that he’s a student and close friend of Professor Chomsky’s. It’s not the fact that he single-handedly unmasked the Holocaust Industry in the same-titled book.  It’s not the fact that he’s the son of two Holocaust survivors who drilled it into his mind that the Jews have a special duty to protect and speak up against ANY persecution, given their own history and experiences. It’s not the fact that he regularly blows the whistle and lets everyone know that the Emperor is indeed wearing no clothes.

It’s his courage and his passion. It takes an enormous amount of bravery to stand up to the Jewish lobby of the United States and the American Industrial complex which is its closest ally. Finkelstein also paid the price for it. He’s been kicked out of every college he taught at, never mind the fact that all the students walked away saying his lectures were transformative experiences. When he was up for tenure at DePaul University, there was a virtual manhunt against him led by Alan Dershowitz, his nemesis. Finkelstein, like Chomsky, are one of the few from that rare breed of intellectuals who speak the truth and don’t give a damn who that affects

Here’s what I mean:

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8 thoughts on “Incarnation: T or F?

  1. I was only recently introduced to David Wilcock by a friend. I’ve only listened to a couple of his talks on YouTube and am not an expert, but I was amused when he referred to Shiva as a female deity and wove “her” into a complex theory about 2012. He didn’t strike me as a fraud so much as self-deluded and not all that bright.

    Someone told me once that I look a little like Michelangelo’s God when I’m angry. Therefore, by Wilcock’s reasoning, I may be God. What do you think?

  2. Wilcock is charging about $300 per person for his weekend conferences. Not including hotel overnight stays. When counted in the hundreds, that’s serious coin. Icke’s tickets, in contrast, go for something like $80 and his marathon lecture run 9 hours and you’re out. If people want to throw their money out the window, I guess that’s their business but Wilcock has been proven wrong over and over again.

    Of course you’re God, Rob. Pass me your natal chart along with God’s and I’m sure we can finalize it and make it official 🙂

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  4. Wow. That May and Finkelstein video were awesome. I never knew about Brian May’s genius but the fact that he expresses so much through music I believe is a very good indication that he is coming from Light. What an amazing individual. I also felt the incredible passion exerted by Finkelstein and everything he said was of course true… his closing statement said it all. If anyone had a heart they would feel for the Palestinians and deplore the horrors that Israel perpetrates. Some people can’t see the forest for the trees – It’s quite amazing really.

    I think maybe David Wilcock may have begun with the best intention many years ago and to some extent he may even believe in his “mind” (but not heart) that he is channeling cosmic information… which of course anyone can do because everyone is a part of the cosmos… and it may be true that he was getting insights… but it seems to me that his imagination began to run away from him. This may be because his intention shifted from “self-less” help to one where he was able to make a “good living” and benefit materially. As you know… money is part of the problematic illusion.

    Giving knowledge or guidance or insights to others from a place of humble “love” is the greatest gift any being of “light” can give to another because that is when its true and unconditional. It requires no expectation for reward, it requires no desire to benefit from money, it requires no status, no commendations, no stardom. In fact, relative obscurity appears to be a welcome requirement of channeling true Love and wisdom for in doing so you “know” and “understand” that you are never alone and what you are doing is part of a much greater purpose.

    It can be liberating.

    Much Love


    • Here’s a guy who is a rock legend in his own right AND an astrophysicist to boot. Compare his comportment with say, Mick Jagger who left the London School of Economics to be in the Rolling Stones and is no dullard himself. One is an arrogant, cocky jerk and the other is marked by his utter and complete humility, humbleness and willingness to admit when he doesn’t know something. Which to my mind, is the mark of true wisdom.
      Same with Chomsky. Did you notice how both of them are also very quiet and low-key? I also find they both have very, very kindly faces.
      Finkelstein is someone who has that quality of Righteous Anger, like some of the ancient Hebrew prophets. I couldn’t tell you if he is an incarnation of Amos, Joel, Zepheniah, Zachariah, Daniel or Moses, but his integrity and commitment to justice speaks volumes about the man.

  5. Wow! I just listened to that short Noam Chomsky clip. I’ve always liked him. Now I like him even more. Here’s an atheist and an intellectual who, in my opinion, is more “spiritual” than most of us who like to wear that badge.

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